Felix Vaughan Smith

???? - 1879


Army officer, legatee under his brother George Smith's will made in 1824 of one moiety of an estate in Mauritius called Jacote [sp?] subject to a payment of 20,000 dollars to Mme Contesse Dupuy from the revenue of the estate or immediately from his [the legatee's] purse. His wife was the grand-daughter of Thomas Hankey of Fetcham Park. Online genealogical sources show him as the son of George Smith (d. 1823), Chief Justice of Grenada, then Trinidad and finally of Mauritius; if so his sister Sarah married Robert Campbell Scarlett, 2nd Baron Abinger.

  1. Burial at West Brompton Cemetery 1879 aged 79. He left £25,000 in personalty.


Administration of the will of George Smith of Port Louis, made in 1824 and apparently attested in 1826 in Mauritius, granted 07/08/1832, PROB 11/1804/338.

  1. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/199653837/felix-vaughn-smith [accessed 03/06/2020]; National Probate Calendar 1879.

Further Information

Charlotte Eliza Massey
Wealth at death

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Felix Vaughan Smith married Charlotte Eliza Massey, daughter of Sir Hugh Dillon Massey and Sarah Hankey, the daughter of Thomas Hankey of Fetcham....

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3 Lyall Street, London, Middlesex, London, England