William Speed from Southwell Nottinghamshire


William Speed (Queen's Counsel)
born 19 May 1813 in Southwell, Nottinghamshire,
died 4 December 1893 at 15 Devonshire place London,
parents of William Speed were William Speed and Mary,
William Speed lived at 91 Westbourne Terrace London when he
married on 27 December 1855 at St Nicholas Church Brighton to
Fanny Harriet Bond
christened 21 January 1835 at St Nicholas Church Brighton
died 1911 in Christchurch Hampshire
Fanny Harriet Speed (nee Bond) remarried January 1902 in London to
John Lloyd Elsegood
parents of Fanny Harriet Bond were
Charles John Bond
Professor of Music of 47 Montpelier Road, Brighton
born 1807
died 1878 at Brighton
Isabella Maria Bond (nee Leathem)
music teacher
born 1808
died 1892

Isabella Maria Bond 1808-1892

William Speed was a Barrister, known later as William Speed QC (Queen's Counsel)
in his will he left effects of 39,307 pounds 9 shillings 6 pence to
Fanny Harriet Speed and Lancelot Speed.

William Speed had a daughter from an unknown marriage
Emily Maria Speed
born 1848 in Greenwich London
died 1904 in Chelsea London
married 1 February 1876 at Marylebone London to
Thomas Andros de la Rue
from 1898 known as
Sir Thomas Andros de la Rue 1st Baronet of Cadogan Square
born 26 May 1849
died 10 April 1911

Children of William Speed and Fanny Harriet Bond were

Harry Fiennes Speed
christened 27 December 1856 at Holy Trinity, Paddington, London
died 1925 on the Isle of White
married 27 March 1883 at Marylebone to
Adelaide Maude Maturin
born 23 March 1856 at Lymington, Hampshire

Francis Elmer Speed
born 28 February 1859 in Paddington London,
died 23 August 1928 at Knowlton Court in Kent
married 1889 at St George Church, Hanover Square, London to
Elinor Leyland
christened 3 December 1861 at St Barnabas Church, Liverpool
parents of Elinor Leyland were
Frederick Richards Leyland and Frances Dawson
Frederick Richards Leyland founded the Leyland shipping line in 1873


                                                                                                     Frederick Richards Leyland                      Frances Leyland (nee Dawson)
Lancelot Speed
born 1860 in Barnes Surrey
died 31 December 1931 in Eastry Kent
married 1883 in Marylebone, London to
Florence Lowe
born 1856 in Brighton
Lancelot Speed was a famous Victorian illustrator of books
in his will he left only 265 pounds to Knight, Sir Owen Seaman

Katherine Georgina Speed
born 18 November 1862 in Marylebone London
christened 21 March 1863 at St Mary Marylebone, London
married 5 January 1900 in Pancras London to
Arthur Ambrose Parsons
born 25 June 1872 in Peckham, Surrey
died 3 August 1929 in Brentford, Middlesex

Mabel Speed
born 25 December 1864,
christened 8 July 1865 at St Mary Marylebone London
married 1888 in Marylebone London to
Martin Robert De-Selincourt
born 1865 in Westminster London

Theodora Speed
born 6 December 1869,
christened 21 July 1870 at St Mary Marylebone London
died 1962 in Bournemouth, Hampshire
married 1911 in Christchurch, Hampshire to
James T Bullock

Children of Francis Elmer Speed and Elinor Leyland were

John E L Speed
born 1893 in London
married 1933 in London to
Evelyn C M Crawford-Wood Or Leaf

Charles D L Speed
born 1894 in London

Emma Speed
born 1898 in Kingsgate, Kent