83. Elizabeth ADYE widow of the late Major Stephen Payne Adye of the Royal Artillery died 1 March 1810 aged 63.
85. Beneath this stone are deposited the mortal remains of Mary, wife of Brigade Major ADYE, who died 20 September 1809 aged 37. Also of Major General Stephen Galway Adye CB husband to the above Mary Adye who died on 13 September 1838 aged 66. Also Clara Anne relict of the late John MILLER Esq and only surviving sister of the above M. General S.G. Adye who died 4 July 1840 aged 72.
James Pattison Adye, captain RA 1814-9, d. near Naples 26 Oct. 1831
At St. Giles's Church, James Ram, esq. barrister at law, to Eliz. Jane, only dau. of the late Capt. R. W. Adye, R.A. [25.v.1826]
John Willett Adye, b. 1745, of Lincoln's Inn and Dean Street
Major Adye died in command of a company of invalid artillery, in Jersey, in 1794
ADYE, Sir JOHN MILLER (1819-1900), lt.-general, born at Sevenoaks, Kent, on 1 Nov. 1819, was son of Major James Pattison Adye, R.A., by Jane, daughter of J. Mortimer Kelson of Sevenoaks. He died on 26 Aug. 1900 at Cragside, Rothbury, Northumberland. His eldest son, Colonel John Adye, R.A., has seen active service in Afghanistan, Egypt, the Soudan, and South Africa. His eldest daughter Winifreda Jane married, in 1889, Lord Armstrong's grandnephew and heir, Mr. William Henry Watson-Armstrong.
Afterwards Maj.-Gen. Stephen Galway Adye, O.B. Superintendent of the Rl. Laboratory. 2nd son of Maj. Stephen P. Adye, R.A. Served under Abercromby in Egypt, and took part in the Walcheren Expedition. Served also in the Pa. D. 13th Sept., 1838.
Willett Adye, an amateur violinist of considerable reputation, and author of Musical Notes (London, 1869), was the son of Major J. Pattison Adye, R.A.
John Willet Adye of St. Christopher admitted a student of Lincoln's Inn. 1767. [SHS: It seems family was from West Indies]
Stephen Bawtree Adye, b. 1803, the son of Major RW Adye, RA, entered Charterhouse School in 1816. He proceeded to Caius College, Cambridge ... 98th Regt.
ADYE, Stephen Bawtree. b. 15 Sep. 1802, 2nd s. of Major Ralph Willett Adye, RA Previously at Colchester School.
A very interesting family.