Birth28 Nov 1805
Death31 May 1877, Christchurch district, Hants
General3rd s. Bishop of Sodor & Man.
FatherThomas Powys Lord Lilford (1775-1825)
Spouses
Marriage21 Feb 1833 [64, Lilford, p. 1708]
ChildrenHorace (1835-1857)
 Percy William (1838-1918)
 Sophia Vernon (ca1838-1935)
 Henry Littleton (1839-ca1919)
 Mary Georgiana (ca1840-1876)
 Percy Maria (1845-ca1921)
 Ann Gertrude (ca1847-1861)
 Laura Harriet (ca1847-ca1921)
 Gore (-ca1845)
Notes for Rt Rev Horatio Powys
In the LDS Vital records he is written "Horace" as the father for all his children, save for his son Horace when he is down as Horatio.
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TFPL, Sep 2004, from ancestry.com:

Name: Powys, Horatio
Record Type: Deaths
Age at death: 72
Quarter: June
Year: 1877
District: Christchurch (1837-1919)
County: Hampshire
Volume: 2b
Page: 379 (click to see others on page)
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Russell Powis reports that he found on IGI "a baptism for a Henrietta Marie Powys on 15 June 1834, died 19 March 1845, daughter of Horatio and Percy Gore". Sounds like the eldest child. The birth of an unnamed daughter is reported in the 1834 Annual Register, p. 187, on 15th of June at Wandsworth, confirming this.
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From the London Gazette:

7 Jul 1854: “Whitehall, July 5, 1854. The Queen has been pleased to direct letters
patent to be passed under the Great Seal, nominating, presenting, and appointing the Honourable and Reverend Horatio Powys, M.A., to the Bishoprick of the Isle of Man and Sodor, void by the translation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Robert John, Lord Auckland, to the see of Bath and Wells.”

1 Aug 1854: “Whitehall, July 31, 1854. The Queen has been pleased to present the
Reverend William Quekett, M.A., to the Rectory of Warrington, in the county palatine of Lancaster, and diocese of Chester, void by the promotion of the Honourable and Reverend Horatio Powys, D.D., to the Bishoprick of Sodor and Man.”

17 Jul 1877: “Whitehall, July 17, 1877.
The Queen has been pleased to direct Letters Patent to be passed under the Great Seal nominating, presenting, and appointing the Reverend Rowley Hill, M.A., to the Bishoprick of the Isle of Man and Sodor, void by the death of the Honourable Horatio Powys, D.D., late- Bishop thereof.”
Last Modified 18 Jan 2010Created 25 May 2017 by Tim Powys-Lybbe