Papers of Arthur Pelham Heneage
Son of Captain F. W. Heneage, Arthur attended Eton from April 1895 to July 1899. He was in E. L. Vaughan's house. After the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, he joined the Royal Horse Artillery in 1900, and was promoted Lieutenant in 1903. By the end of WW1 he had reached the rank of major, serving in France, the Balkans and Egypt. He was mentioned in depatches three times and awarded the DSO. He eventually reached the rank of Lt.-Colonel. From 1924 - 1945 he was Conservative MP for Louth; the family seat of Hainton Hall was nearby.
1895 - 1899
Reports, bills and trials papers
Originally given to School Library by Sir Arthur Heneage in 1970 and transferred to College Library in January 1980. They were subsequently transferred to the archives.
- Reports, bills and Trials papers, ED 409 01, (Midsummer 1895)
- Bills and Trials papers, ED 409 02, (Michaelmas 1895)
- Reports, ED 409 03, (December 1895)
- Accounts, ED 409 04, (Easter 1896)
- Bills and Trials papers, ED 409 05, (Summer 1896)
- Bills and Trials papers, ED 409 06, (Lent 1897)
- Reports, ED 409 07, (March 1898)
- Bills, ED 409 08, (December 1898)
- Reports, ED 409 09, (Easter 1899)
- Postcard of Barnes Pool, ED 409 10, (1890s)