Birth: 29 June 1816
Place or Registered Place of Birth: 56 Queen Anne St., Cavendish Square, London
Baptism: Not Known
Place of Baptism: St. James, Westminster, Middlesex
Death: 24 August 1888
Place or Registered Place of Death: Prestwich, Lancashire
Burial: 29 August 1888
Place of Burial: Hampton Church, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey
Father: Henry William Paget
Mother: Charlotte Cadogan
Spouse(s): Cecilia Windham
Date of Marriage: 8 April 1847
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. James, Westminster, Middlesex
Victoria Alexandrina (1848-1859)
Evelyn Cecilia (1849-1894)
Arthur Henry Fitzroy (1851-1928)
Alfred Wyndham (1852-1918)
George Thomas Cavendish (1853-1939)
Gerald Cecil Stewart (1854-1913)
Violet Mary (1856-1908)
Sydney Augustus (1857-1916)
Amy Olivia (1858-1948)
Alberta Victoria (1859-1945)
Almeric Hugh (1861-1949)
Alice Maud Honoria (1862-1925)
Alexandra Harriet (1865-1944)
Guinevere Eva (1869-1894)
Lord Alfred Henry Paget (29 June 1816 – 24 August 1888) was a British soldier and courtier.
Born 1816, fourth son of the 1st Marquess of Anglesey. Lieutenant, Royal Horse Guards; Lieutenant-Colonel (unattached), 1854. Liberal Member of Parliament for Lichfield from 1837 until defeated 1865.
Lord Alfred Henry Paget was a director of the North Staffordshire Railway Company between January 1854 and February 1875.
Annual Register - 1847
At St. James's, Piccadilly, Lord Alfred Paget, M. P., fourth son of the Marquis of Anglesey, to Miss Cecilia Wyndham, second daughter of George Thomas Wyndham, esq., of Cromer Hall, Norfolk.
The Gentleman's Magazine - Volume 34, 1853
In Berkeley Square, Lady Alfred Paget, a son.
Upper Lodge, Bushy Park (Suite LIII)
Lord and Lady Alfred Paget: 1868
Alfred Henry (1816-88), CB, MP, second son of Sir Henry William Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey, and of his second wife, Lady Charlotte Cadogan (for her sisters, Louisa and Emily, see the Haunted Gallery Lodgings and Apt 29, respectively), daughter of the 1st Earl of Cadogan (Surveyor of Gardens and Waters, Hampton Court Palace, 1764-9). Westminster School; Liberal MP for Lichfield, 1837-65; Chief Equerry, 1846-74; Gen in the army, 1881; Equerry and Chief Marshal of the Royal Household, 1846-88. In 1847 he married Cecilia (d 1914), second daughter and co-heiress of G T Wyndham, of Cromer Hall, and of his wife Maria, Countess of Listowel.
The house was used as a hospital for Canadian soldiers during the First World War and requisitioned during the Second World War by the Air Ministry for the US 8th Air Force, who later shared the building with the RAF Transport Command. The US Air Force continued to use the site until 1962.
In 1847, Alfred Paget married 1847 Cecilia, 2nd daughter and co-heiress of George Thomas Wyndham, of Cromer Hall, Norfolk.
Paget was Chief Equerry and Clerk Marshal to the Queen, July 1846 to March 1852, December 1852 to March 1858, and from June 1859.
Address: 42 Grosvenor Place, London; Melford Hall, Sudbury, Suffolk. Club: White's.
18, Berkeley Square, Saint Georges Hanover Square, Westminster
Alfred Paget - Head - Married - 34 - Army Major - Unattached - St. George's, Hanover Square
Cecilia Paget - Wife - 21 - Cromer, Norfolk
Victoria Paget - Daughter - 2 - 1849 - St. George's, Hanover Square
Evelyn Paget - Daughter - 1 - St. George's, Hanover Square
Unnamed Paget - Son - 1 Month - St. George's, Hanover Square
Address: Bushey Park, The Cottage, Hampton, Surrey
Lord Alfred Paget - Head - 58 - Colonel in the Army - Old Burlington St., London
Cecilia Paget - Wife - 52 - Norfolk
Gerald Paget - Son - 16 - Lieut. in Northumberland Militia - London
Sydney Paget - Son 13 - Scholar - London
Amy Paget - Daughter - 12 - Scholar - London
Alberta Paget - Daughter - 11 - Scholar - London
Almeric Paget - Son - 11 - Scholar - London
Alice Paget - Daughter - 8 - Scholar - London
Alexandra Paget - Daughter - 6 - Scholar - London
Guenevere Paget - Daughter - 2 - London
List of Officers, Crew and Others on Board the Ship or Vessel names the Dido on the Night of Sunday, April 3, 1881
Lord Alfred Paget - Married - 64 - - Gentleman, Army - 56 Queen Anne St., London.
General Lord Alfred Henry Paget