81. Baron William Rutley MOWLL of the Cinque Ports16 was born in 1819. On 17 April 1847 he was a Cashier of London & County Branch Bank in Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom. On 17.4.1847 the Dover Telegraph (p.8 col.3) reported that William Rutley MOWLE, cashier of London & County Branch Bank - was a witness at Dover Spring Sessions.
In 1878 he lived at Chaldercot. Leybourne Road in Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom.4,104 In 1878 William was an a Justice of the Peace in Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom.4,104 He died on 21 March 1886 at the age of 67 at Chaldercot, Leyburne Road in Dover, Kent, England, United Kingdom.105 He was a Freeman of the City of London.16 At some point he was made Freeman of the City of London and also was made a Baron of the Cinque Ports. The reasons for this are unclear at the time of writing. However the Barony was heritary and was handed down to Henry Martin Mowll (1860 - 1916) and then to Howard West Kilvington Mowll (1890 - 1958). Howard had no male heirs so the title then passed to his brother Robert James Mowll (1895 - 1963). Robert had no male heirs so the Barony lapsed upon his death in 1963. However, before he passed away he donated his Baronial robes to the National Trust who put them on display in the "keep" of Dover Castle.
The Portrait of William Rutley Mowll, a coal merchant and for many years a Dover JP. The photo, by Mr Amos, was scanned from a sepia print found pasted into a printed guide book, the Dover Year Book for 1887, edited by John Bavington Jones, and published by the Dover Express in 1888. Mr Mowll was at one time President of the Dover Young Men's Christian Association.
Baron William Rutley MOWLL of the Cinque Ports and Sarah WORSFOLD had the following children: