Lewis-Chadwick Hargrave was British Consul in Gibraltar, having held destinations in Tunisia and the Balearic Islands. He was the son of John Hargrave and Ann Stott, both of Lancashire, England.
His father, John, had been Chief Engineer of the Port of Mahon, Minorca, in the times of the British invasion in the island. He was who designed the first map of this territory. His father -I believe- was the British governor of Gibraltar, General William Hargrave, who died unmarried and is buried in Westminster Abbey.
Lewis Chadwick Hargrave married a Venetian, Anna-Monica Francovich, which were born Caroline, who married Joseph-Louis Kuhn, Paymaster of the Marine Corps of the United States, Louise, who married John Parody, merchant in Gibraltar, of Genoese origin, and James-Augustine, who married Antonia Quartin, born in Gibraltar, apparently with origin in the Isle of Man, from a clan of irish roots: Mc Curtin.
The children of James-Augustin Hargrave and Anna-Monica Francovich were Emily-Ann-Josephine, who married Gregorio Tenorio, Spanish General of Infantry, Antonia-Adelaide, who married Antonio Sanchez, with whose great-granddaughter, Pilar Cubas, I still maintain relationship of family, Anna-Antonia, who married Rafael López Suarco, and Caroline-Emily-Dorothy, who married Carlos Crestar y Penas, Spanish Colonel of Infantry. These two are my great grandparents.
The children of Caroline Hargrave and Joseph-Louis Kuhn were, I believe, Henry, Caroline, who married Robert Pennington, Lawyer in Ohio, Louisa and Antonia.
Excuse my bad English, but isn’t my language.
José-Ramón López Créstar