Beresford, Henry de la Poer, third marquess of Waterford (1811–1859), reprobate and landowner, was born on 26 April 1811 at 5 Mansfield Street, Marylebone, Middlesex, the second son of Henry de la Poer Beresford, second marquess of Waterford (1772–1826), and his wife, Lady Susanna Hussey Carpenter (1784–1827)...
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Delaval, Sir Francis Blake (1727–1771), rake, was born on 16 March 1727, the second child and eldest son of Francis Blake Delaval (bap. 1692, d. 1752) [see under Delaval family] of Seaton Delaval and Ford, Northumberland, and his wife, Rhoda (...
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Harris, James Thomas [Frank] (1856
Hervey, Frederick William John Augustus, seventh marquess of Bristol (1954–1999), wastrel, was born on 15 September 1954 at 35 Weymouth Street, St Marylebone, London, the eldest son of Victor Frederick Cochrane Hervey, Earl Jermyn and sixth marquess of Bristol (1915–1985), and his first wife, ...
Hoffman, William (1867–1941), traveller and rogue, the son of William Hoffman, a surgical maker, was born in Bernburg, Anhalt, on 10 October 1867 but brought up in England from 1877. The explorer Henry Stanley met him in London in 1884 and employed him, despite his total inexperience, as his servant or valet. ...
Howell, Charles Augustus (1840
Warner, Samuel Alfred (1793/4–1853), charlatan, was born at Heathfield, Sussex, the son of William Warner, a carpenter. His own fanciful account of his early years was contradicted by information later confided to Sir Robert Peel when Peel was becoming convinced of Warner's deceit (...