The invalid son of Sir Gregory, an antiquarian of some note, the projector of a new theory about Stonehenge. On his death the property went to Walter Marrable.
"He was very tall and thin, narrow in the chest, and so round in the shoulders as to appear to be almost hump-backed. He was so shortsighted as to be nearly blind, and was quite bald. He carried his head so forward that it looked as though it was going to fall off. He shambled with his legs, which seemed never to be strong enough to carry him from one room to another ..."