Reverend Charles Robert Dampier. Born at Bishop’s Caundle 22/09/1824. Died at Tenby 29/03/1862.
Father of Richard Dampier.

Frances Elizabeth Dampier (nee Frowde). Wife of Rev. C.R. Dampier.
Mother of Richard Dampier.

She remarried - James Highett.

Frances Elizabeth Dampier on a cabinet card by W. Kent, of Eastbourne. James Highett. He died 22/09/1873 & was buried at Arreton, IOW.
CDV by Callaway & Co.SOLD

Richard Dampier (born circa 1841) & his wife - Mary Louisa (nee Child - born circa 1854). They adopted the surname Dampier-Child on marriage. They apparently had 9 children in total. George as a baby is featured above right on a CDV by Williams of Bath.

According to the 1881 census they were living at 2 Sandhill house, Brading, Hants and had 4 children: Lucy Frances - 7 years old, Richard - 5 years old, Alice - 2 years old, Thomas - 8 months. Also in residence was Frances Highett (mother of Richard senior). Six servants were also listed, notably 61 years old Elizabeth Bell who was born at Upper Clatford (see below).

Reverend Thomas Child of Upper Clatford, Hants. At Upper Clatford 1863-1882. Father of Mary Louisa. Thomas was married to Mary who died around 1852? SOLD
Miss Fielder is featured on the above CDV - she appears to be Elizabeth Fielder who lived with Thomas, presumably after the death of Mary.
CDV by Alfred Seeley of Richmond Hill. SOLD

Reverend Alfred Child of Upper Clatford, Hants. Born 1840. SOLD

Son of Reverend Thomas & brother of Mary Louisa.
CDV by Chaffin & Sons, Taunton.

Reverend Edward Child on a CDV by Debenham of Ryde.

Elizabeth Bell (top left), with Frances Highett (right), on the left is Lucy Frances (born 24/10/1858 & sister of Richard presumably). The child on her lap is unidentified but I think it is probably her son, Courtney Marshall Kennedy. This would the date the CDV to circa 1886.
The middle CDV by Savage of Winchester features Mrs Herbert, a nurse to the Dampier family.
The CDV by Paice of Windsor features Nurse Elizabeths Bell’s mother - possibly also a previous Dampier
family servant. SOLD

The cabinet card by Charles Treble features (Gerald) Digby Frowd Dampier who was born 17/04/1859 in the Sherborne district.

The CDV by Nicholls shows Digby with Thomas Henry Fielder Dampier Child who was born 05/08/1880.

The CDV, on the left, by Nicholls shows Thomas on his own. Thomas married his cousin, Isabel Child, who was the daughter of Richard’s brother, Alfred. Thomas was lost at sea in 1918.

His sister, Lucy Frances Dampier Child, is featured on

Edward Child on a CDV by Mayland of Cambridge.
Lieutenant Colonel?

Kenelm Dampier Child.
Born 1890 in Kingsclere district.
Became a tea planter in India. SOLD
John Child. Married to Sarah Ann.SOLD
Reverend Maurice Child.SOLD