Lord Hatherton, in London for the State Opening of Parliament, falls into conversation with Lord Llanover. Lord
Llanover corrected Hatherton for the mispronunciation of his name.
“I told him the common people of his neighbourhood would settle the point in their own way, just as they all
call Althorpe, Althrope. I said I had thought of calling myself Levedale – but I thought the people of the county would
have called me Ledale."