Thomas Sherwin Pearson Gregory

Scope and Content

  • gre/5/1 Pearson Gregory holdings by Lincolnshire Archives
  • gre/5/2 Extracts from papers held by Mr A Harris of West End, Harlaxton
  • gre/5/3 Pearson Gregory - Harlaxton Manor
  • gre/5/4 Pearson Gregory - Death
  • gre/5/5 Pearson Gregory - Photographs
  • gre/5/6 Pearson Gregory - Newspaper cuttings and miscellaneous information
  • gre/5/7 Pearson Gregory - Manor, Contents and Estate Sale
  • gre/5/8 Pearson Gregory - Staff and acquaintance memories

Administrative / Biographical History

When Catherine Sherwin Gregory died in 1892; the named heir for Harlaxton Manor was godson, Thomas Sherwin Pearson, who became Thomas Pearson Gregory (1851-1935). He was no relation of either the Sherwins or the Gregorys, but the youngest son of a friend, General Pearson.

Pearson Gregory was a widower, his wife having died in 1888 giving birth to their only son, Philip. Best known to locals as 'the man with the gun'; the quintessential English sporting gentleman, Pearson Gregory was also a well known cricketer, sportsman, and civic leader, supporting the Grantham Hospital. He was Squire of Harlaxton Manor for 43 years.

Arrangement

Gregory family box

Access Information

By appointment

Archivist's Note

Added by Linda Dawes, College Librarian

Accruals

Ongoing

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