Adelbert Salusbury Cockayne Cust, 5th Baron Brownlow (1867-1927)
Sir Frank Owen Salisbury RA (Harpenden 1874 – 1962)
Oil painting on canvas, Adelbert Salusbury Cockayne Cust, 5th Baron Brownlow (1867-1927) by Sir Frank Owen Salisbury (Harpenden 1874 – 1962), signed and dated 1925, with the Brownlow coat of arms in the top right hand corner. A three-quarter-length portrait, dressed in purple fur edged robes and gold chain as Mayor of Grantham, seated. He was the son of Henry Francis Cockayne-Cust (1819-1884) and Sara Jane Cookson (d.1867). He married Maud Buckle (1870-1936), daughter of Captain S. Buckle, on 5 October 1895; Deputy Lieutenant of Lincolnshire; fought in the First World War; gained the rank of Major in the service of the Reserve of Officers; succeeded to the title of 5th Baron Brownlow of Belton on 17 March 1921; Mayor of Grantham 1924-1925; Honorary Colonel of the 4th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment; appointed Paymaster General 1887; Under Secretary of State for War (1889-92); Ecclesiastical Commissioner; Trustee of the National Gallery; and was ADC to King Edward VII. His three children were:Elizabeth Barbara Cust (1896 - 1913), Peregrine Francis Adelbert Cust, 6th Baron Brownlow (1899 - 1978) and Sarah Marie Adelaide Cust (1906 - 1992) who married Edward Jan Hoos.
Purchased with a grant from the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) from Edward John Peregrine Cust, 7th Baron Brownlow, C. St J. (b.1936) in 1984
Belton House, The Brownlow Collection (acquired with the help of the National Heritage Memorial Fund by the National Trust in 1984)
Makers and roles
Sir Frank Owen Salisbury RA (Harpenden 1874 – 1962), artist