Lord Arthur Clinton
He lived, for a time, as "husband" to transvestite Ernest Boulton, alias Stella, (of Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park). Stella had been dressed as a girl from a young age, with the support of her mother. Jack Saul, a rent boy who wrote his memoirs The Sins of the Cities in the Plain, claimed to have witnessed Lord Arthur make love to Stella at a ball given at Haxell's Hotel in the Strand.
Boulton and Park were brought to trial on the allegation that they were homosexual and "conspiring and inciting persons to commit an unnatural offence". Lord Arthur died on 18 June 1870, the day after receiving his subpoena for the trial, ostensibly of scarlet fever but more probably a suicide.
After the prosecution failed to establish that they had had anal sex, which was then a crime, or that wearing women's clothing was in any sense a crime, both men were acquitted.
Boulton and Park appear in the play Lord Arthur's Bed (2008) by English playwright Martin Lewton. The play premièred at the Brighton Festival on 14 May 2008. It subsequently toured nationally in 2008, and transferred to Dublin in 2009.
Fanny and Stella: The young Men who Shocked Victorian England by Neil McKenna. McKenna's website has three additional chapters about Lord Arthur for which there was no room in the book.