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GENEALOGY COLLECTION 




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THE WOELD. Jan. 25, 1893. 



An interesting^ fact in family history is mentioned by the editor (M ^w 
Walery) of Our Celebrities, who publishes a portrait of Major-General Sir \ 
Osven Burne in his last niimber. He Fays : " Some few years ago the \ 
2Iorning Post cited the family of Sir Owen Burne as a remarkable instance I 
of illustrious descent in families which have no specially prominent position I 

sin the world. Forster's Roijal Linear/e of our Noble and Gentle Families I 

jgives his descent on his father's side from the ancient families of de Leiburne | 

and Bodicote, and on his mother's side from French and English kings : I 

jthirty-fourth from Charlemagne, thirty-first from Alfred the Great, and / 

'sixteenth from Edward II[., and, agiin, through his four sons separately : / 
thus being connected with some of the noblest families in England and / 
France." / 



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EXAMPLES. 

Henry Meysev Walker, of Hill Court, co. Glouc, General in 
the Army, sth son of late Harold Walker, also of Hill Court 

Or 
Mary Juliana, youngest dan. of Alfred George Saunders, of 
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Cjje 3Ro;)al Etneage 



OUR NOBLE AND GENTLE FAMILIES, 



TOGETHER WITH 



THEIR PATERNAL ANCESTRY. 



COMPILED BV 

JOSEPH FOSTER, 

Corres;ponding Member of the "New England Historic Genealogical Society, 

Author of the "British Peerage and Baronetage," 

and 

numerous other Genealogical Works. 









PRIVATELY PRINTED BY 

HAZELL, WATSON, AND VINEY, LIMITED, 

LONDON AND AYLESBURY. 

1884. 



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PREFACE. 



TT is with much pleasure that I am enabled to issue another new volume 
of " The Royal Lineage of our Noble and Gentle Families." 

Though this is not the first work that has appeared on Royal Descents, 
it is the first in which they have been genealogically treated. Hitherto they 
have only appeared in the form of chart pedigrees, which, though useful 
adjuncts to a genealogical narrative, are by themselves meagre and uninstruc- 
tive. The families included in the present work will have their descent from 
the blood royal traced in the form of a detailed narrative, introducing the 
various historic houses — now extinct, for the most part, in the male line — 
through whom they derive their royal descent. Most of the names illustrious 
in our early annals are no longer to be found in works dealing with the extant 
Peerage, but they will necessarily occupy a prominent place in the pages of the 
present work. A well-known and almost solitary exception to the utter extinction 
of these historic houses is to be seen in the mighty race of Nevill, still represented 
in the English Peerage by a lineal descendant, in the male line, of Ralph Neviil, 
first Earl of Westmorland, and his second wife, the daughter of John of Gaunt. 
Both on the ground of its exceptional paternal ancestry, and on that of its descent 
in an unbroken line, from a match with the blood-royal of England, * the House 

* The issue of John of Gaunt by Katherine Swynford received letters of legitimation from 
Richard II. as "entire Emperor of his realm of England," which was preceded by a similar act 
by the Pope ; the King's patent received the assent of parliament 5th February, 1397, rendering 
the issue capable of succession to all honours. This patent was confirmed by Henry IV., loth 
February, 1407, the royal dignity being excepted, but without the consertt of ^arliafnent ; they 
were called Beaufort from the Duke's castle in Anjou, where they were bom. — " Excerjtta 
Historica." pp. is2 seg. 



iv Preface, 

of Nevill fitly occupied the first place in my first volume But it is not only in 
these respects that I claim for my undertaking a novel character. Many of those 
who are outside the charmed circle of the titled classes can prove their descent 
from the kings of England ; and I have taken the opportunity afforded me 
by this fact, and by the wide sphere which the subject consequently presents, 
to extend my genealogical operations beyond the Peerage and Baronetage, 
and to deal on a somewhat comprehensive scale with the history of our gentle 
though untitled families. 

In so doing I shall be breaking new ground, not only so far as I am 
myself concerned, but also in respect that, numerous as are the works dealing 
with the Peerage and Baronetage, no worthy effort has ever been made to 
deal with the families beyond their pale ; and yet there are to be found 
among the latter houses of equal, if not of greater antiquity than those which 
bear "the guinea stamp." And of these many are no longer to be found in 
the ranks of the " landed gentry," and are consequently supplanted in the 
work which deals with that class, and which bears the imprimatur of Sir 
Bernard Burke, by families either of no pedigree at all, or of pedigrees 
which no one but the Ulster King-of-Arms could dare to foist upon the 
public. 

I have therefore decided to comprise in my work, as a supplementary and 
special feature, accurate narratives of the "paternal ancestry" of the principal 
families that figure in its pages. The usual plan in such cases is the 
exceedingly simple one of printing a pedigree just as it is received, with the 
result, in some instances, of including much that is false, and in others of 
omitting much that ought to appear. To exclude, on the one hand, infor- 
mation which is false, and to amplify, on the other, that which is imperfect, 
is a work involving no little time, trouble, and cost ; but I have set myself 
to perform it to the best of my abilities, trusting that the members of the 
families whose history I undertake to compile will, on their part, loyally supply 
me with that detailed and personal information without which it would be 
utterly impossible to make my work complete. I venture to think that in 
respect not only of elaboration, but of truth, I may fearlessly invite comparison 
between the pedigrees in these pages and those which have appeared in any 
other work. 

Mr. Freeman has denounced, in scathing language, " the hideous nonsense 
... of the absurd tales which fill the pages of Sir Bernard Burke " (" Pedigrees 



Preface. v 

and Pedigree Makers," Contemporary Review, June, 1877). From his indignant 
criticisms I here extract a few weighty sentences. 

" What, for instance, can be the state of mind of Sir Bernard Burke ? Does 
he know, or does he not know, the manifest falsehood of the tales which he reprints 
year after year ? He may, one is tempted to say, be reasonably called on for a more 
critical examination than we can ask from people who simply send him the stories 
which they have been taught to believe about their own families. If he says that 
he is not responsible for them, that he simply puts into his book what is sent to him 
without examining into its truth, if he says that the responsibility for the truth or 
falsehood of the stories rests with those who send them to him, he shows a very 
imperfect notion of the duties of authorship or editorship, even in its lowest form. 
No man can have a right to publish, without contradiction or comment, as alleged 
fact and not as avowed fiction, a number of stories which are false on the face of 
them. The readers of the book accept the stories on the faith of the author or 
editor. If they think about the matter at all, they hold that it is his business to 
examine and verify the statements which are sent to him. Indeed, Sir Bernard 
Burke himself tells us, in his ' Prefatory Notice ' prefixed to the thirty-second edition 
of his Peerage and Baronetage, that he has ' again subjected its pages to searching 
revision and extensive amendment.' Here, then. Sir Bernard Burke distinctly 
takes on himself what reason would have laid upon him even if he had not taken it 
upon himself, namely, responsibility for his own book. It is the Ulster King-at- 
Arms, not the unknown persons who send him the accounts of this or that family, 
whom we must, in fairness, blame for the monstrous fictions which appear as the 
early history of so many families." 

These criticisms apply with special force to the pedigrees which appear in 
his " Landed Gentry." For that work deserves, if possible, even more justly 
than his " Peerage," the description of a " gorgeous repertory of genealogical 
mythology " (Chester Waters' "Parish Registers in England," 1883 edition, page 
39). In the words of an "eminent jurist and herald" (as he has been recently 
styled by the Edinburgh Review), whom the whirligig of time has oddly transformed 
into Ulster's latest apologist, — 

" While the ' Peerage ' maybe, to a slight extent, improving from year to year, 
the ' Landed Gentry ' is deteriorating. . . . The immense majority of the pedigrees 
in the 'Landed Gentry,' including more especially the Scottish pedigrees, cannot, I 
fear, be characterized as otherwise than utterly worthless. The errors of the 
' Peerage ' are as nothing to the fables which we encounter everywhere. Families 
of notoriously obscure origin have their veins filled with the blood of generations of 
royal personages of the ancient and mythical world. . . . Other pedigrees contain 
a small germ of truth eked out with a mass of fiction, in the proportion of Falstaff's 
bread and sack ; while an extreme minuteness of detail is often combined with 
reckless disregard of dates and historical possibilities." (" Popular Genealogists." 
Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1865.) 

I would urge that though Ulster may still blazon this work as "an 
adequate and faithful (!) record of a very influential and important class " (Preface 



vi Preface. 

to 6th edition, 1 879), it has far too long been, to use his own words, " considered " 
{j,.e. by the simple-minded public) " an authority on the subject of which it treats." 
Specially is this the case on the Continent, where the imprimatur of a King- 
of-arms on a work adorned with his official insignia naturally carries all the 
weight which it should, but which, alas ! it does not, possess. It is therefore on 
behalf of Continental, even more than of home readers, that a vigorous protest 
should be at length raised against this quasi-official publication of notoriously 
fictitious descents. To quote from an article on " Pedigrees and Peerages " which 
has recently appeared in the Edinbtirgh Review (July, 1883) : — 

" The not unfrequent fabrication of a fictitious ancestry on behalf of wealthy 
upstarts naturally reminds us of La Rochefoucauld's happy definition of h3rpocrisy, 
• The homage which vice pays to virtue.' The heralds of the Middle Ages were 
sometimes inclined to carry back their pedigrees to a remote period, and to invent 
a good many ' forbears ' for the earliest ancestor on record. . . The modem 
professors of the science of genealogy are still bolder in their procedure, and such 
is the persuasive power of wealth that in the course of a single week they 'contrive 
to furnish the obscurest novus homo with an historic name, an elaborate pedigree, 
and a highly respectable gallery of family portraits. ... It is much to be regretted 
that these unscrupulous adventurers are no longer liable to the salutary punishment 
administered to certain framers of false pedigrees in the sixteenth century-^to wit, 
the loss of an ear." 

We look anxiously, but in vain, for some signs of amelioration and 
repentance. Undeterred by Mr. Freeman's emphatic warning. Sir Bernard assures 
us in the "Prefatory Notice" prefixed to the Sixth Edition of this work (1879) 
that — 

" No pains have been spared in the preparation of this edition of the ' Landed 
Gentry.' Every available source of information has been exhausted, each memoir 
has been carefully revised," etc., etc. 

We are therefore entitled to claim, with Mr. Freeman, that " it is the Ulster 
King-at-Arms, and not the unknown persons who send him the accounts of this 
or that family, whom we must in fairness blame for the monstrous fictions which 
appear as the early history of so many families." For notwithstanding the 
revision here vaunted, these " monstrous fictions " bedeck its pages with more 
reckless audacity than ever. Each successive edition of this imposing work bears 
fresh witness to the esteem which it enjoys among those who manufacture spurious 
pedigrees, and those for whom they are manufactured, for each successive 
edition contains a fresh infusion of these transparent and contemptible con- 
coctions, to the joy of their compounders, to the deception of the public, and 
of course to the profit of the editor. The purveyors of pedigrees, when in the 
good old times such would have found their career abruptly closed by the official 



Preface. ' vii 

intervention of a most formidable critic in the King-of-arms, now find in a King- 
of-arms their most powerful patron and accomplice, while the task of exposing 
them is left to private enterprise, and is actually rendered increasingly difficult 
by the official patronage they enjoy. 

As to Coat Armour, I regret to say it has been allowed to drift into 
so anarchic a condition as to be now in an even worse state than genealogy. 
Here, again, though the irresponsible heraldic stationer — the tradesman who 
so obligingly " finds " arms for his customers — is in too many cases doubtless 
to blame, the real responsibility must lie with those who give official currency 
to these inventions and piracies. The official aegis of a King-of-arms has 
been freely cast over these spurious coats which it is his special official 
function to expose and suppress ! And false heraldry, moreover, unlike false 
genealogy, is not a mere imposition upon the public. In the innumerable 
cases where coat armour, the peculiar property of a certain family, has been 
fraudulently assumed by strangers in blood, a deliberate injury is done to the 
rightful owners of the coat. To such a farce, in fact, has heraldry now been 
reduced, that were an " avenging angel " suddenly to arise and to exercise the 
functions of a King-of-arms as they were exercised by a Dugdale, not only 
would the coach panel, the note-paper, and " the family plate " be deprived 
in the great majority of instances of the armorial insignia which now adorn 
them, but few public buildings, from the cathedral to the banqueting house, 
could pass unscathed through the ordeal, or undergo with impunity such a 
" visitation." 

I have consequently found myself reluctantly compelled practically to 
exclude from these pages all mention of Coat Armour. 

These remarks will doubtless be assailed by cynical critics and genea- 
logists, who may charge me with posing as omniscient or immaculate. To 
such a pretension, I need scarcely observe, I make no claim. I merely wish 
it to be clearly understood that, so far as my knowledge and experience 
enables me, I have tested every pedigree submitted to me for publication, 
and that in no single instance have I included a descent the truthfulness of 
which I had the least reason to suspect, merely because it was sent me for 
insertion. 

I cannot but hope that though in some instances I may be forced to 
reject a descent altogether, and in others to prune and correct it, yet the 
public at large will value this work all the more because of its efforts at 



viii Preface. 

accuracy and truth, and will remember that such excision guarantees the 
trustworthiness of the information which has passed unscathed through the 
ordeal. To quote once more from Mr. Freeman's Essay : — . 

"When a man is bold enough to begin his pedigree in the seventeenth or 
eighteenth century, still more when he is bold enough to begin it in the nineteenth, 
lovers of truth will respect him as a fellow-lover of truth. . . . All the more honour 
then to those, and there are not a few, who withstand the temptation, and who claim 
no forefathers save those to whom they can prove a right." 

They will also find that the amount of rejected matter is far more than counter- 
balanced by my original additions. 

Irrespective, therefore, of its Royal Descents, this work should command 
peculiar interest on account of the numerous genealogies which will only be 
found in its pages, and which will enable many families for the first time to 
possess, in a permanent and handy form, an elaborate account of their rela- 
tives and kin, with a trustworthy history of their ancestors. 

JOSEPH FOSTER. 

21, Boundary Road, 
May, 1884. 



ROYAL DESCENTS— CHART PEDIGREES. 



Barclay, Robert, of Bury Hill, Dorking . .150 
Barnard, Rev. Henry John, vicar of Yatton, 

Somerset • 115 

Bayly, Catherine, wife of Edward S.,of Bally- 

arthur, co. Wicklow 45 

Bell, Sir Francis Dillon, K.C.M.G., agent- 
general for New Zealand . . . .107 
Blencowe, John Alexander, of Marston St. 

Lawrence, Northants 173 

BoSANQUET, Arthur, of Cleddon Hall, Monmouth 22 
Brodrick, Charles Cumberland . . .11 

BuRNE, Henry Kuightley, Lt.-Genl., C.B. 178. 179 
Butler, Col. Thomas, of Berry Lodge, Hants . 147 
Buxton, Lt.-Col. Sir Thos. Fowell, Bart., M.P. 134 
Buxton, Thomas Fowell, of Easneye, Herts . 137 

Caulfeild, Alfred Henry 187 

Chamberlain, Mary E. C, wife of Canon . 99 
Christian, William Bell, of Ewanrigg Hall, 

Cumberland, and of Milntown, Isle of Man . 54 
Clark. Fanny Frederica, wife of Frederic, of the 

Old Manor House, Hythe, Kent, etc. . . igi 
Clarke-Travers, Major Sir Guy F. T., Bart. . 87 
Clerk, Lt.-Col. Sir George D., of Pennycuik, 

CO. Edinburgh, Bart 46 

Clerk, Sir George Russell, G.C.S.L, K.C.B. . 108 
Clerk. Robert, of St. Helen's, Hobart, Tasmania 113 
Clerk-Rattray, Lieut.-Genl. James, C.B. .111 
Clough, William, of Clifton House, and New- 
bald Hall, Yorks 9 

Commerell, Vice-Adml. Sir John E., V.C, 

K.C.B 31 

Cumberland, Col. Charles E., R.E., C.B. . 2 
Curwen, Henry Fraser, of Workington Hall, 

Cumberland 126 

Duff, Robert William, M.P., of Fetteresso 

Castle, CO. Kincardine . . . ' . -155 
Dunne, Arthur Mountjoy, of Calcutta, bar.-at- 

law 8s 

Ellenborough, Charles, 3rd Lord . . .88 
Fetherstonhaugh, J. Wolseley . . .165 

FFORDE, Arthur Brownlow 169 

FitzGer ald. Sir Maurice, Bart., knight of Kerry 38 
Foster, William Fry, of Le Court, Hants . .17 
Fowler, Lucy Charlotte, lady mayoress of 

London 1884 67 

Fox, Alfred Lloyd, of Penmere, Falmouth . 65 



Fox, Robert, of Grove Hill, Falmouth . .159 

Fuller, James Franklin 35 

Law-Gisiko, Axel Markham, of St. Petersburgh 91 
GoFF, Une Cameron, wife of Robert, of Sumners 

Place, Sussex 150 

Gordon, George John Robert, of Ellon Castle, 

Aberdeenshire 7 

Haig, George Augustus, of Pen Ithon, Radnor, 

J.P .162 

Hanbury, Edmund Smith, of Poles and Bedwell 

Park, Herts 121 

Hanbury, Osgood Beauchamp, of Holfield 

Grange, Essex ,118 

Harkness, William Henry, of Carigbeg, capt. 

5th dragoon guards 101 

Ingram, Eliza Sarah, wife of James, of Ades, 

Sussex 93 

Johnstone, Col. John Douglas . . . .176 
Justice, William Clive, C.M.G. ... 81 
Kf.lly, Rev. Walter, of Hove, Sussex . 36, 37 
Lambert, Emma, wife of Alexander C, of 

Brook Hill, co. Mayo 79 

Lampson, Helen Agnes, wife of Norman G. . 51 

Law, Edmund Christian 96 

Law, George Vanbrugh (Col. ) . . . .97 
Lincoln, Rt. Rev. the Bishop of . . .14 
Lushington, Edmund Law, of Park House, 

Maidstone 103 

Lushington, Sir Henry, of Aspenden Hall, 

Herts (Bart.) 142 

Lushington, Rev. Thomas G. Law . . .105 
Mackenzie, Osgood Hanbury, of Innerewe 

House, Ross-shire 123 

McLaughlin, Lt.-Col. Edward, R.A. . . 1S4 
MOLYNEUX, Rev. Sir John Charles, Bart , LL.B. 61 
Mundy, Geraldine H. T., wife of Major-Genl., 

lateR.H.A 42 

Musgrave, Major Christopher Edward . . 145 
Otway, Adelaide, wife of H. E. C. . . 70, 71 

Pease, Mary Lady 69 

Prendergast, Arthur Hugh Dalrymple . . 72 
Prendergast, James Henry (Lt.-Col.) . . 75 
Reynolds, Robert Barclay, of The Shnibbeiy, 

Woodford, Essex 157 

Roberts, Lt.-Col. Richard Samuel . . . S3 
St. Andrews, Right Rev. the Bishop of . .14 
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Royal Descents — Chart Pedigrees. 



Shipton, Charles Percy 133 

SiMSON, Francis Bruce, of Broom Hill, Northants 77 
Smith-Bosanquet, Cecilia J., wife of Horace J., 

of Broxbouraebury, Herts . . . .25 
Stuart, Rev. Henry Cumberland, M.A. . 
Taylor, Alice L., wife of Rev. FitzWilliam J 
BuNBURY-TiGHE, Lt.-Col. Frederick Edward, of 

Woodstock, CO. Kilkenny ... 

Vernon, Alice G. T., wife of Rev. and Hon 

CourtenayJ 42 

Walker, Catharine Isabel, wife of Capt. . .139 
Chester-Waters, Robert Edmond . . .177 
Wedderburn. Andrew.late Madras Civil .Service 49 



Whatman, George Dunbar, of London . . 29 
Whatman, James, of Vinters, Kent . . .27 
Williamson, Julia, mfe of Rev. Dugald S., of 

Tongland, N.B 57 

WiLLSHiRE, Lt.-Col. Sir Arthur R. T. (Bart.) . 117 
WoLSELEY, Genl. Lord, G.C.B.. G.C.M.G. . 167 

WoLSELEY, Sir Charles Michael, of Wolseley, 

Staff. (Bart.) 171 

Wordsworth, William, B.A., principal of El- 

phinstone Coll.. Bombay 131 

Young, Lt.-Col. Thomas, of Thackwood, Cum- 
berland 59 



NARRATIVE PEDIGREES. 



Barclay, of Mathers . i6i 

BOSANQUET, OF FoREST HoUSE, EsSEX 33) 34 

Buxton, of Great Coggeshall, Essex 141 

Clerk, of Pennycuik 53 

Christian, of Milntown, Isle of Man 62, 63 

CuRWEN, OF Workington 132 

Lushington, OF Sittingbourne .... 149 



INDEX. 



This list does not include the 7iames of those who are deceased. Italicised names 
appear in the collateral or paternal lineages. 



Adams, Alice Mary, wife of Rev. William . .116 
154 
Margaret (Mrs.) 154 



Robert 



Francis, Henrietta. 
John Ramsay, t _ 
Florence, Edythe. > ' 

Antrobus, Charles 

Susan Emily .... 
Arbuthnot, Isabella A., wife of George G. I 
Cecilia. • 

Armitage, Matilda C, wife of Rev. George D. 

Hubert, Robert, Margaret. 
Ashton, Anne, relict of William 



;ton, Sarah, relict of William H. 
Baker, Isabel, wife of John H. I 
Isabel. i 

Baldwin, Caroline Maria, wife of Rev. Edward C. I 

Godfrey. 
Eannerman, Ann C, wife of E. M. ) 
Kenneth, D'Arcy. ) 

Barbour, Charlotte R., wife of Rev. R. ) 
George. > 

Barclay, Alexander Charles 
Charles. 

Charles, Cicely, Madeleir 
Charles Arthur. 

Edwyn, Oscar, Rhod». 
Charles Wright. I 

Cyril, Magdalen, Muriel. * 

David 

Elizabeth Anne . 

Elizabeth Ellen, wife of Robert. 



, Charlotte, 
} • 



Frederick Kett . 
Hanbury(Lt.-Col.) I 

Hubert, George, Arthur, Adeline. > 
Harriet Maria . . . . 
Hedworth David (late). 

Hedworth Trelawny, Harry, Reginald, 

Maria Dorotliea . 

Barclay, Robert, of Bury 

Dorking . 
Robert, Ellen . 



Hill, 



Barclay, Robert Gumey 156 

Robert William 156 

Thomas George 160 

Raymond-Barker, Leonora 30 

Barkworth, Louisa, wife of Thomas. I jg 

John, Alfred, Louisa, Gwenddolen. ' ' -^ 

Barnard, Edward Thomas . . . .114 
Eleanor, widow of Rev. Henry W. .114 
Emily Haniet 114 

Barnard, Rev. Henry John, vicar 

of Yatton, Somerset . Chart lie, 
Henry, Philip, Lionel. Basil, Con- ) 

stance, Helen, Maude, AUce, Wini- }■ n^ 

fred, Olive. j * 

Barnes, Christopher H. (Col.) . . . .122 

Elizabeth A. M 122 

Hanbury.(Rev.) 122 

Octavius R. B 122 

Barrett, Samina, ist wife of Capt. ■) 

William, Charles, Walter, John, Caroline, ^ . 16S 
Louisa. J 

Barry, Rose, wife of Rev. H. T. ) o 

William, Florence. j- . . . t. 
Bartholomew, Dora L., wife of Col. ) 

James, John, Lenox, Dora, Ellen, [ . 00 
Emily. ) 

Bathurst, Jane, wife of Robert A. . . . loi 
Batt, Alice, wife of Mark 19 

Bayly, Catherine, wife of Edward 

S., of Ballyarthtir, co. Wicklow C/iart 45 

Maurice, Selina, Frances. , , 44 

Bayly, Edward Richard (Lt.Col.). ) .. 

Edward, Charles, Adela, Kathleen. ) " * '*^ 

Bell, Sir Francis Dillon, K.C.M.G., 

agent-general for New Zealand Chart 107 
Alfred, Edward, Arthur, Ernest, Frank . I07 

Bell, Alfred 107 

Francis Henry Dillon \ 

Francis, Margaret, Iris, f " ' * • '°' 

Jasper H. (Col.) 107 

Katharine, wife of Canon 1 

Henry, Aubrey, Kathleen, Ida, Gertrude, f ' 44 

Teresa, wife of Charles E. . . .170 

Bellingham, Grace, wife of Thomas E. ) 

^ William. } • ■ '°° 

Best, Elizabeth Caroline 30 



Index. 



Best, Mawdistly Gaussen .... 

Thomas Charles H 

Binyon, Mary, wife of Rev. F. ) 

John, Robert, Francis, Charles, Gilbert, 
Lucy. ' 

Blackburn, Jean, relict of Peter. > 

John, James, Peter Adam, Mary. ( 

Jemima, wife of Hugh I 
William, Hugh. I ■ 

Blackwell, Frances, wife of Robert . 
Bland, Annie Jane, wife of Loftus H. ) 
Annie Sophia. f 

Blandy, Adam F. ) 

Robert, John, Adam, Lyster, Sydenham, J 
Blanche, Constance, Caroline, Mabel, Mary, | 
Margaret, Elizabeth. •' 

Caroline Anne, wife of John, t 



BlandyJenkins, John ) 

John, Mary, .\lice, Eva, Ethel, f 
Blencowe, Rev. Alfred James. \ 

Edward, Alfred, Charles, Eric. ' 
Barbara S., wife of James . 
Charles Edward. \ 
Arthur, Cecilia. , • • • ■ 

Blencowe, John Alexander, of 

Marston St. Lawrence, Northants Chart 

Blencowe, Mary Cecilia 

Bloomfield, Henrietta S., wife of FitzMaurice. 1 
Godfrey, Kathleen, Ethel. ) 

Bosanquet, Adela 

Alfred William .... 

Bosanquet, Arthur, of Cleddon 

Hall, Monmouth . . . Cliai-t 
Lionel, Victor, Oswald, Arthur, Nora, ) 
AUeen. l 

Bosanquet, Bernard 

Bernard;Tindal (Major). 1 

Bernard, Nicolas. f ' 

Caroline J 

Cecil (Rev.) . I . 

Gaston, Ernestine, Irene, Ginevra. I 
Charles Bertie P. ) 

Robert, George, Frances, Amy, Ellen, >■ 

Elizabeth, Caroline, Rosalie. ) 

Charles John (^Jiear-Ad/nl.) . 
Day Hort. ^ . . . . 

Beatrice, Alice. J ■ • ' • 

Claude (Rev.) 1, 5 , 

Claude, Charles, Reginald, Eustace. ' 
Edmund Fletcher. I 

Edmund, Ernest, Catherine. ' 
Edward Bernard . . . . 
A'ev. Edward S. \ 

Frederick S., Charles yolm, \ 

Emmelifu, t 



Fanny Elizabeth 
Frederick A., Q.c. 

Bernard, Godfrey, Lilian, Nora. . 
Frederick Bernard . 
Frederic Charles (Rev. ) . 
Gaorge Stanley (Capt.R.N.) I 
William, Ethel. • ' 

George Stanley , . . . 
Georgiana Maria 
Gustavius (Rev.) j. 



Cyril, Flo 
Henry Anstey. 
Mary, Edith, Amy. 



• 34 
. 30 

• 34 

• 33 

• 33 
30&32 



Bosanquet, John Bernard A. 
Percival. 

Augustus, Eugene, Louis, Herbert. 
Richard Arthur 

Robert H. M 

Samuel C. I 

Samuel, Vivian, Maud. ' 
Theodore. ) 

James, Henry, Bernard, Nicolas, f 
Mary, Adelaide, Juliana, Louise. ^ 
Walter Henry. ) 

Henry, Frank, Evelyn, Florence. J 
William David. I 

Mabel. t • • ■ 

William Henry S. . 
du Boulay, Annie L., wife of Rev. F. H. . 
Bourne, John Henry W. I 

James, WilUam, Theodora. ' ' 
WilliamWykehamF.) 

Magdalene, Norah. f " 

Boutflower, Mary S., wife of Rev. Charles. I 
Charles, Margaret. f 

Boyd, Janet Augusta, vrife of George F. \ 

Sybil, Ann, Hester, Janet. 1 ' 

Boyle, Eleanor M., wife of Cecil W. 1 

Hugo, Dorothea. ' 

Boyle, Eleanor Vere, wife of Rev. and Hon. R. C.l 

Algernon, Charles, Hamilton. i 

Bray, Emily O., \vife of Reginald M. \ 

Reginald, Edward, Jocelyn, Francis, Faimy, > 

Marjorie, Lilian, Olive. ' 

Braithwaite, Alfred Lloyd 

Charles Lloyd. I . - . 

Charles Lloyd, Isaac. | ' 

George Foster. \ 

George Foster, Edward, Ernest, Cecil, \ 

Herbert, Harold, Emma. ) 

George Henry . . . . 

Isaac. 1 

Basil, Reginald, Eliza, Florence, Ade- \ 



James. I ,(, 

Mary, AUce, Rachel, f ' ' • "* 

John Masterman. ) 

John, Francis, Richard, Laurence, V 19 
Michael, Florence, Dorothy. ) 

Joseph Bevan. ) 

George, William, Martha, Mary, > . 20 
Rachel, Catharine. / 

Joseph Bevan, jun. ) _ _ .20 
Jonathan Frederick. ) ' ' ' 

Robert 19 

Thomas 19 

Bramston, Anna, wife of Dean. \. . . . 125 

Bredin, Geo. A. W 127 

Brett, Mary, wife of Capt. Spencer P. . . 182 

Bridgford, Georgiana H., wife of J. H. . . 190 

Bridgman, Gertrude C, wife of Hon. Francis . 124 

Brind, Eleanor E L., wife of Genl. Sir James. (^ jg 

~'.Iennor. loan. i '^ 



Percy, Ralph, Eleanor, Joan. 
Broadwood, Mary F,, wife of Capt. 

Ivo, May, Kathleen, Joan, 
Faith. 



Brodrick,CharlesCumberlandc//a«' 

Charles, .■^thur, William . 

Brodrick, Edward George. ) 

Harry, Alfred, EUie, Alice, Annie. |- 

Frances- ) 

William Richard. ) 

Helen, Alice, William, Francis, Maye. ) 



30 



Index. 



Bromhead, Agatha Elizth. 
Browne, Clara Harriet 

Frederick George F. . 

Hon. Arthur H. 

Hon. John Edward 

Hon. JuhaS. . 
Bryans, Anna IMaria, wife of Rev. Francis. 



Burne, Alan de Leyburn 
Alfred Bodicote 

Arthur Stephen .... 
Caroline Mary . , . 
Douglas Edward ... 
Fanny Caroline Knightley 
Felix Neeld (late). | 

Felix, Newdigate, Beata, Ellen, j 
Frederick. 

Frederick, Edward, Claude, Knightley 

Grey. 
George Charles. ^ 

George Henry Poyntz. ) 
Guy Edward Knightley . 

Burne, Henry Knightley, Lt.-GenI 

C.B. . . . Chart 178 

Burne, Jasper (IVIajor) .... 

Knightley Grey. ) 

Knightley, Lindsay, Evelyne, Beatrice, f 

Knightley Owen .... 

Newdigate Hooper Kearney, 



Newdigate, Knightley, Malcolm, Herbert, '. 
Rainald, Ethel, Dora, Lilian, Eveline, ( 
Christabel. / 



Francis, Charles, Edward, Gertrude, Evelyne, 

Burrard, Louisa, dowager of Admiral Sir Charles 148 

Burton, Mrs 63 

Butler, Dora 148 

Fanny, wife of Edward H. . . .112 

George Hew (Rev. ) . . . . 14S 

Isabella 148 

Butler, Col, Thomas, of Berry 

Lodge, Hants . . . Chart 147 

Butler, Thomas Dacres ..... 148 
f n,- Hn,™ r: > 

' '72 

Buxton, Anna Cecilia 140 

Bertram H 138 

Catherine Elizabeth . . . .140 
Charles (late). ^ 



Mary Emma, Richenda, Sybil. 
Charles Louis. ) 

Walter, Norah, Amy, Millicent. ) ' 
Charlotte IW., relict of Edmund C. (^ 

Anna, Augusta, Catherine. J 

Edmund Charles . . . • 
Edward North. 

Gerald, C 

Hannah, 
Francis William. -\ 

John, Hugh, Robert, Rulh, Madeleine, ■ I40 

Hilda, Frances, Cecil. J 

Geoffrey Fowell. i , ,0 

Geoffrey, Bernard, Joan. \ ' ' " '30 
Henry Edward (Lt. -Col.) -i 

Abbot, Ronald, Edward, Rnj-vet, Winifred, }• I40 

Violet, Rosalind. ) 

John Henry. ) „ 

Henry, Leonard, Andrew, Arthur. ( " • ' J° 

Rachel Jane 140 



Buxton, Samuel G. 1 

Edward, Harry, Lionel, Margaret, Anna, [• 14° 
Isabel, Victoria, Carolyn. ) 
Sydney Charles 138 

Buxton, Lt.-Col, Sir Thos, Fowell, 

Bart., M.P. . . Chart 134 

Thomas, Noel, Charles, Harold,) 
Edith, Mary, Constance, Victoria, }■ iqc 
Mabel. j " 

Buxton, Thos. Fowell, of Easneye, 

Herts .... Chart 137 

Alfred, Barclay, Rachel, Catharine, ) ._„ 
Effie, Ethel. ) J^ 



Caldecott, Alice E. H., wife of Andrew E. ) ,0 

Andrew, Ethel. 1 ■ ^° 

Callander, Sophia, wife of H. B. . . .10 

Cambell, Dora E., wife of Peter Colin . .114 

Cambie, Alexander JefTry. ) „ 

Charles, David, Ale.\ander, Susan, Sarah. ( ' ^^ 

Henry John. 1 „ 

Henry, Elizabeth, Helen, Ida. f • ' °^ 

Capel, Sophia A. E., wife of Capt. William. ) ^8 

Cattley, Alfred 92 

James 92 

Oswald 92 

Caulfeild, Alfred Henry chart 187 

Caulfeild, Algernon Thomas St. George . . 190 
Hon. Susannah Anne, wife of St. 1 
George. ] '90 

Chalmers, Ellen M., wife of Patrick. -j 

Patrick, John, Arthur, Cecil, Gilbert, !■ I?? 
Violet, Evelyn. / 

Chamberlain, James Slade fibster. (^ 

James, Thomas, Emily, Mary. 1 

Chamberlain, Mary E. C, wife of 

Canon .... Chart 99 

Thomas, Augusta, Sara . . . lOO 

Chapman, Anna Maria, wife of Capt. W. D. . 15S 
Madeline E., wife of Alfred D. . . 124 
Chichester, Frances M., widow of Hon. F. ■) 

Spencer, Alan, Ernest, Atholl, Reginald, > IQO 
Evelyn, Violet. j 

Christian, Alfred, c.M.G. \ 

Basil, Edward, Alfred, Charles, Victor, \ 63 
Gerard, Margaret. j 

Caroline, relict ofEwan (now tsjife of^ 

Alexander, Edith. ) 

Ezvait. I , 

Anme.Agues, Alice. J- • • • 02 
Frances Emily, wife of A. \ 

Basil, Edward, Alfred, Charles, Victor, \ 63 

Gerard, Margaret. j 

Geo>-gc, of Bighton Wood . . .63 

George B. 63 

Henry (Rear-Adml.) 1 , 

Harold, Ewan, Emily. Mar)', Lilian. ) ^ 

Henry Bailey. 1 

Otuen, Ewan, Henry. Harold, Ada, f 63 
Mande, Mary, Hilda. ) 

Jessie. ...... 63 

Joseph Henry 63 

Sarah 63 

William 63 

Christian, William Bell, of Ewan- 

rigg Hall, Cumberland, and of Miln- 
town, Isle of Man . . Chart 54 

Ewan, Malcolm, Edward, Julia, Bertha. ) 
Emmie, Mary, Rita. / 55 



Index. 



Clark, Fanny Frederica, wife of 

Frederic, of the Old Manor House, 
Hythe, Kent, etc. . . Chart 191 

♦ Frederick.Mervj-n.Kathleen.Augnsta, \ 

Dorothy. t 

Unwin-Clarke, Caroline Marie V.,\vife of John J. (^ gg 
Johnjames, Alexander. t 

Clarke, Edward Henry 86 

Margaret 86 

Clarke-Travers. Agnes Isabella . . . -86 

Boyle L.T 86 

Christiana Mary . . .86 

Elise Barbara . . . .86 

Clarke-Travers, Major SirGuyF.T., 

Bart Chart S? 

Clarke-Travers, Henry Alexander (Rev.) . . 86 

Clay, Margaret, wife of Sir Arthur T. ). _ jgo 

William, George. ) 

Clerk. Alexander. ) 

Hugh, Arthur, John, Cecilia, Isabella, Char- \ 5^ 
lotte, Dorothea. ' 

Allan Henry "2 

Angus I _ . . .114 

Muriel, Ethel, Mabel. 1 

Claude 109 

David Malcolm (Rev.) I _ _ . ,12 
Caroline, Anna. ' 

Dora "2 

Duncan Ramsay. I . 112 

Allan, Stuart. ) • • • • 

Edmund Hugh.) _ _ .114 

Edith, Dorothy, t ' 

Edward George "4 

Edward (Major). ^ . 52 

William, Herbert, Florence, Maud. ( 

Eva Dorothy "4 

Frederick Malcolm 1 14 

Clerk, Lt.-Col. Sir George D., of 

Pennycuik, co. Edinburgh, Bart. C/(ar/ 46 
George James Robert . . .47 

George Edward (late). ) 

George, Charles, Henry, Edmond, Ale.\andre, 1 52 
Jean, Emily, Marie. -' 

Godfrey (Col.). I 109 

George, John. * 

Clerk, Sir George Russell, G.C.S.I., 

K.C.B Chart loS 

Clerk, Henry (Major-Genl.) .... 52 

Henry (Major-Genl.) I _ 1,2 

Henry, Albert, Henrietta, Emma. ) 

Isabella 52 

Jane Isabella M 52 

John, Q.C. , ) .^ 

George, John, Malcolm, Duncan, Helen, 54 

Mabel. ■' 

John I°9 

Malcolm George (Col.) I. ^ _ . ,12 

Marietta. t 

Mary Elizabeth 52 

Mildmay. (. _ . . .116 

Henrj', Emma, May. t 

Clerk, Robert,of St. Helen's, Hobart, 

Tasmania . . . Chart 1:3 

.-Albert, George, .\rthur, Frederick, ). 
Claude, Edmund, .-Vgnes. ) ■ ■■' 

Robert Mildmay^ . jj2 

Robert, Nora. ) " " ' 

Clerk, Thomas (Major-Genl.) ' _ _ _ , ,2 

Francis, Frances. ' 



Clerk-Rattray, Lieut.-Genl. James, 

C.B Chart 

Clerk-Rattray, Jane 

Clough, Frederick 

John. I 

lohn, Edmund, Hugh, Henr^". Bernard, \ 
Alice, Mabel, Amy, Beatrice. .* 

Clough, William, of Clifton House 

and Newbald Hall, Yorks Chart 

Coathupe family 

Colchester, Reginald Charles, 3rd Lord . 
Combe, Florence Amy, wife of Harvey 

Commerell, Vice-Adml. Sir John E., 

V.C, K.C.B. . . . Chart 
Ella, Alice . 
Conde, Frederica, wife of Capt. . 
Cooper, Ella, wife of Francis E. 
Cottenham, Theodosia, Countess of 
Kenelm, 4th Earl of 
na, mfe of W. G 
Hugh, Thomas, John, 



Edward, 3rd Lord 
(Hon.) Francis G. 



Gertrude. Ernest, George, Alfred, Francis. ( 

Gertrude Catherine G. . . . 44 & 
Crofts, Charies Daniel (Rev.). (^ 

Charles, Evan, John, Amy, Mary, Ethel. 1 ' 
Edmund William (late). (^ 

Edmund, Francis, Leonard, Laura, Beatrice. ) 
Henry Peter. ) 

Elizabeth, Gertrude, Maude. ) ' 
Crosthwaite, Caroline A., wife of C. H. T. \ 
Henry, Frederick. ) 

Ellen, wife of Thomas. )^ 

Darcy, Henrj-, Emily, Mabel, Ellen. I 
Crozier. Rebecca Frances, wife of Capt. Bernard R. 
Cumberland, Alexander Charles. \ 
Ale.\ander Charles. S 
Adela Russell 
Adelaide 
Amabel Mary 
Amelia 
Annie Louisa 
Bentinck Laporte . 

Cumberland, Col. Charles E., R.E,, 

C.B Chart 

Cumberiand, Charles .Sperling .... 
Charles Russell .... 
Emma Anne .... 

George Bentinck (Major) 
George Bentinck. ■) 



Maude F 

Penelope 

Peregrine. I 

Charles, Reginald, Cecil,Vivian,.4dela. \ 
Richard F. W. (late). ) 

Charles, George, Richard, Bentinck ^ 

Mary, Jessie. Maud, Florence, Rose. ) 
William B. (Col.) |^ 

Louis, Adela, Norah. 1 ' 
Cumberlege, I^ura Elizabeth, widow of Nathaniel 



Index. 



Dick-Cunyngham, Elizabeth P., wife of Alexr. (^ 

George, Katharine. t 

Ciirrey, Mary M., -uife of John B. . 



nry, Dora, Isabi 
Alfred Francis. 

Christopher, Stanley, Katheri 
Ellen, John, Esme, Mirabel. 

Charles H. > 

Clare, Trenna. t 
Edward Hasell. ^ 

Edward, Frances. ) 
Eldred V. M. 1 

Chaloner, Edith. )" 
Henry (Rev.). i 

Henry, Cecil, Isabel, Jane, l" 

Curwen, Henry Fraser, of Work 

ington Hall, Cumberland C/iari 
Edward, Alan, Lucy, Ethel, ) 
Henrietta, Mary. J 

Curwen, Jane Christian, wife of William B. 58, 



Dalgleish, Ellen K., wife of Laurence , . 80 

Dallas, Hon. Frances H., Lady . . . 106 

Sir George, Bart 106 

Rupert, C. F. (Capt.) . . . .106 

Elphinstone-Dalrymple, William Robert . . 6 

Davidson, James M So 

Mary Caroline, widow of Major, i g 
Henry, Arthur, Mary, Amy. J 

Davy, Catherine A., wife of Rev. Chas. R. 1 ,.„ 

William, Maria. j- . 100 

Dayrell, Violet E., wife of Rev. F. R. (. „ 

Francis, Violet. ) ' " '^ 

Dillon, Hon. Augusta, wife of Hon. Luke. ) .. 

Robert, Georgina, Edith, Ethel. ) ' '^^ 

Dixon, Henrietta Eliza, wife of Major-Gen. . 24 

Juliana, wife of Capt. 1 , 

Juliana, Merelina, Georgiana, Lsetitia. ) * "^^ 

Dockray, Robert Henry 20 

Caroline Margaret . . . .21 

Dombrain, Katherine E., wife of Edward . .166 

Downey, Mrs. Emily Harriette . . . .168 

Dryden, Frances Isabella, wife of Alfred E. ^ ,,_ 

Arthur, Alfred, Clara, Louisa, Mary. ) ' -^ 

Duck, Eliza J. ) 

Herbert, Philip, Marcus, Edmund, Richard, ■ 168 

Garnet, Frances. ) 

Duff, Robert William, M.P,, of 

Fetteresso Castle, co. Kincardine C/iari 155 

Robert, Arthur, Patrick, Helen, Heather, ) 

Isabel, Dorothy. f '54 

Dugdale, Mary E. C, wife of Arthur G. . .26 

Dunne, Arthur Disney. i o 

Arthur Mountjoy. j- • • • • 04 

Dunne, Arthur Mountjoy, of Cal- 
cutta, bar.-at-Iaw , . C/iari 85 

Dyneley, Col. Henry E 106 

Amelia F io6 

Ebsworth, Josephine Mary, wife of Edward H. ) „ 

Elizabeth. I 92 
Edmunds, Arthur J. G. W 16S 

Ellenborough, Charles, 3rd 

Lord .... C/iari 88 

Buller-Elphinstone, Elizabeth H., wife of ■> 

Hon. E. C. [ 52 

George, Lilias, Margaret. J 



Elton, Mary A., wife of Charles I. . 
Elvey, Mary, wife of Sir George. ) 
George. | 

Cary-Elwes, Augusta C. L., wife of Capt. 

Alastair, Cuthbert, Charles, Arabella 
Edith. 
Emmott, Elizabeth, wife of Geo. Henry. (^ 

Mary, Hannah. ) " 

Evans, Anna 

Elystan Eyre 

St. George 

Hon. Sophia, relict of Eyre . 
Eyton, Georgiana P. (late). ■) 

Wilham, Archibald, Rose, Lilia.s, Isabel, 
Evelyn, Mabel. J 



Falcon, Edith, relict of Rev. Thomas W. . 
Falloon, Charles Henry .... 
Edward L. S. (late). 
William, Marcus, Anne, Charlotte, Hester. 



Eva, Georgiana. 
Jane 
William Hugh (Rev.) 



William, Cecil, Kathleen, Hilda, l 
William Marcus (Rev.) I 
Maria Louisa. I 

Farquharson, Lenox James (Major-Gen.) 
Farrer, Caroline, wife of Matthew G. 

Fassin, Jasie 

Ferroux, Marie Louise, wife of Charles 
Fetherstonhaugh, Clement W. . 



I ley CAai 

a, Edward, 



Fetherstonhaugh, Louisa L., wife of Charles 
Richard Henry 
William A. (Lt.-Col.) I 
William, Talbot, Isabelle. > 

fforde, Arthur Brownlow . c/iart 

Arthur, Cecil, George, Kate 

Field, Barclay 

George Hanbury. I 

Cuthbert. Isabel. > ... 

FitzGerald, Brinsley .... 

Eileen, Emily, Frances, Julia. Maria 
Peter David .... 
Robert John La Touche. | 
Peter Francis. ( 

Stephen Edward 

FitzGerald, Sir Maurice, Bart,, 

knight of Kerry . . C/iart 

Forbes, Emma L.. wife of Rev. John G. (. 
Charles, Margaret. t ' 

Sophia Helen A., wife of Willi.am P. 

Forde, Cyril W 

Forster, Rt. Hon. William Edward, v.c. . 

Foster, Charles James. ) 

Archibald, Chrystabel, Norah, Rachel. ) 

Edward Henry .... 

Joseph (late). ). 

Turville, Percival, Bertram, Raymond. 1 

Louisa, relict of S. J^Ioyd. 

Constan 
Lucy . 
Sarah E, 






Index. 



Foster, William Fry, of Le Court, 

Hants .... ChaH 

Reginald, Ellis. Sybilla, Florence, ) 

Helen, Lucy. / 

Fortescue, George Ernest 

Fowler, Lucy Charlotte, lady 

mayoress of London 1884 Chart 

Fowler, Sarah Charlotte (late), wife of R. N. -. 

Fowler, lord mayor of London 1 8S4. I 



Fox, Alfred Lloyd, of Penmere, 

Falmouth K''""' 

Alfred. Hubert, William. ) 

Fox, Anna Maria 

George Croker. I 

George, Herewald, Cecil, Myra. t 
George Henry. I 
Barnard. * 

Henry Backhouse 
Howard. 1 

Howard, Charles, Olivia, Stella. / 
Joseph Gumey . 

Fox, Robert, of Grove Hill, Fal 

mouth .... Chart 

Robert, Lilian .... 

Fox, Samuel M 

Theodore. 

Theodore, Edwin, Herbert, Eliza, Harriet, 

Wilson Lloyd 

Fry, Caroline Emma 

Haidee Harriett, wife of Col. 

Richard William 

Fuller, James Franklin. ) 

ett John, May Florence, Adela ( Chaii 



Bessie, Evelyne Melic 
Furley , Helen M. , wife of Frederick W. . 

Garrett, Alexander John. \ 

Reginald, Alexander, John, Agneta, \ 
Lilian. ) 

Garrett, Joanna, wife of Rev. Thomas 

Henry, Elizabeth .... 

Robert Henry .... 

Thomas 

Thomas, Irene, Ethel 

Gascoyne family 

Gaussen, Casamajor William 

Letitia, relict of Frederick C. 

Alfred, William, Edward, Bernard, Alice. 
Robert George. ^^ 
Emily Cicely. J ... 

Gayer. Charlotte, wife of Rev. H. W. 

Sarah, wife of Robert 
Gibb, Emmeline, relict of Col. 1 
Malcolm, Favell. \ 

Hughes-Gibb, Francis. ) 

Charles, Dorothy, Gwendolen. ) 
Gildea, Rachel C, wife of Major, i 
George, Kathleen. f 

Gillett, Evelyn Mary G., wife of Rev. Hugh H, 
Hugh, Charles, George, Sybil, RLirjorie 

Girardot, Alice E., wife of Frederick G. ) 

Charles, Gladys. ] ' 

Law-Gisiko, Axel Markham, of St 

Petersburgh . . . Chaii 

Law-Gisiko, Erik Mosley , 
C-lover, Elizabeth C, wife of John A. ^ 
Eliza, Mary, Gertrude. ) 



Goff, Une Cameron, 



130 



82 



wife of 

Robert .... Chart 150 

Ewen Cameron Robert , . .154 

Goldstone, Frances Eliza, wife of William . 

Gooch, Philip S. (Rev.) .... 

Goodlake, Margaret Jane, wife of Lt.-Gen. 

Gordon, Charles Alexander B. (Major-Gen.) 

Charlotte Emily Jane . 

George Battersby (Rev.) 

Gordon, George John Robert, of 

Ellon Castle, .\berdeenshire Chart 7 
Cosmo, Arthur 

Gordon, Hall Tyndall 

Samuel P 

Sarah Maria 

William Everard A. (Vice-Adl.) 
Gore, Emma, relict of Major H. P. ) 
James, Heru-y. ) 

Graham, Augusta, wife of Col. Sir Lumley 

Jemima B., late wife of Lt.-Col. (^ 
Helena, Agnes. \ 

Green, Charlotte M., wife of Dr. 1 

Charlotte. ( " 

Greene, Margaret, relict of W. S. 

William Sheppey . 
Greve, Frederica, wife of M. . 
Griffin, Robert Nash .... 
Groom, Eliza A., widow of Rev. J. 1 

Caroline Ada E. / ' 

Gurdon, Mary, wife of Rev. Philip . 
Gumey, Sarah E., wife of Richard H. J. 



30 



Hackett. Charles Prendergast. ) g. 
Evelyn. V 

Haig, Caroline Mary 175 

Caroline Maty W 175 

Cecilia Wolseley 174 

Charles Edwin. ) ,,,. 

Roland, Rachel. ; '^ 

Charles Robert. 1^ ,,. 

Stuart, Miriam, Kathleen, Winifred, Mildred. ) '^ 

Col. Charles Thomas. 1 ,-- 

Gertrude, Mabel. / * ' * " '■' 

Christine Marianne 175 

Farrand 175 

Florence Eliza 174 

Frederick M 175 

Haig, George Augustus, of Pen 

Ithon, Radnor, J.P. . . Chart 162 

Ale,xander William, Cecil Henry, Edric ) 

Wolseley, Edith Caroline, Charlotte \ 174 

Wolseley. ) '^ 

Haig, George Edward. (. . . 17c 

George, Marion. J * ' ' * ' /J 

Gertrude Mary, wife of Alexr. (. j _ 

Kenneth, Helen. t ' ■ /4 

Henry. ) ,, 

Neil, Ethel, Ella, Amy. ) ' ' ' ' ''* 

Henry Alexander. !. .., 

Alfred, Claude, Alan, Harry, Evelyn, Lilian. ) '-> 

Henry Geoffrey 175 

Henry Wolseley . . . -175 

Herbert de Haga 174 

James 174 

James Felix. ) _ 

lames, Charles, Charlotte, CaroUne. ) ' • / J 



Index. 



Haig, John. \ 

Thomas, John, Herbert, Robert, Francis, Mai- 1 

colm, Hugh, Edward, Helen, Marian, Alice, f 

Clara, Bertha, Violet, Maud, Gladys. ) 

Louisa Evelyn Cotton .... 

Margaret Christian 

Mary Reeves , . 

Percy de Haga 

Phyllis Wolseley 

Thomas Wolseley 

William Spencer ) 

Douglas. I ■ 

Hamilton, Jane, wife of (Hon. ) John . 
Hamond, Charles Annesley \ 

Philip. , . . . . 

Hanbury, Albert George 

Anna Emily 

Anthony 

Arthur (Rev.) I 

Arthur, Archibald, Walter, Hubert, Jessie, t 
Charles 

Cyril, Muriel, Dorothy . . " . 

Charles A. ) 

John, Basil, David, Florence, Isabel, \ 

Clotilde A., wife of George S. I 

Francis. ( ' 
Constance 



Edgar. ) 

Bernard, Caryl, Evelyn, Ethel, Maud, \ 
CecU, Sybil, Beatrice. ) 

Hanbury, Edmund Smith, of Poles 

and Bedwell Park, Herts . Chart 

Hanbury, Edmn Charles. ^ 

Joan. j . . . . 

Emily 

Ernest Osgood. \ 

Philip, Cecile, Gladys, Dorothy. ) 

Evan 

Fredeiick Barclay. \ 

Alfred, Geoffrey, Cuthbert, Philippa, \ 
Elfrida ) 

George. \ 

Lionel, Robert, Mildred, Dora, Nigel, > 
Elsie. ) 

Gumey 

Louisa 

Margaret 

Mary 

Marion Edith 

Hanbury, Osgood Beauchamp, of 

Holfield Grange, Essex . Chart 

Hanbury, Philip Capel 

Sampson. \ 

Gerald, Henry, Lilian. Helen, Ada, >■ 

Edward, Noel. ) 

Susanna .-.,.. 

Theodore d'Escurry . 

Zoe Blanche T. . 

Hannay, Julia C, wife of William. ) 

Alexander, George, Cathcart. i 

Hargrorjc, Eleanor K., wife of Rev. J. \ 

EUatwr, Dorothy. \ 

Harkness, Florence Law . 

George Law (Rev.) (^ 
Harry, Jane. I 

Henry Law (Rev.) 

Edward, Henry, Agatha, Constance. 
James Clarke (Rev.) . 
Maude Bellingham . 



Harkness, Robert (Rev.) ) 

Robert, William, Margaret, Katherine, \ 
Constance. ) 

Harkness, William Henry, of Carig- 

beg, capt. 5th dragoon guards Chart 
Harman, Richard James S. ] 

Richard, Thomas, Annesley, William, I 
Victor, Harold, Mary, Annie, Frances, f 
Eveleen, Bessie, Dora, Kathleen. ; 

Hawdon, Mary Charlotte Georgiana . 

Haworth, Eda Geraldine 

Julia C, wife of Capt. Edward. ) 
Henry, Edward, Winifred, Matilda, f 

Heathcote, Priscilla, wife of Col. Bache H. 
Hewett, Alice, mfe of Harry .... 
Rhoda Mary, wife of C. J. \_ 
Vera, Rhoda, Hilda. ) ' ' ' 

Hill, Caroline 

Eleanor 

Hillary, Susan C, relict of Sir A. W. 

Hills, Frances Anne, wife of J. F. ). 

Francis, Thomas, Fanny, Catherine, Eliza. 1 

Hoare, Rachel J., wife of Joseph 

Hodgkin, Lucy Anna, wife of Thomas. ) 

Thomas, Robert, George, Lucy, Eliza- t 

beth, Ellen. •' 

Holland, Alice 

Guy L • • 

Henry L 

May 

William 

Hollins, Priscilla, wife of Rev. W. T. 
Holt— Alice, Blanche, Fanny, Rose . 
Hope,' Rebecca M., wife of John. \ 

Charies, Helen, Katherine. 1 ' 
Horsford, Lucretia, relict of Valentine. ) _ 

George, Florence, Lucretia. ) 
Howes, Isabella A., wife of Rev. Herbert T. 
Howes, Herbert C. I 

Cecil, Isabel. J ' ' " 

Hudson — Harrington, James, Evelyn, Blanche . 
Hunter, Constance, wife of Sir Claudius. ) 

Charles, Constance. f ' 

Hely-Hutchinson, May, wife of Hon. Walter. ) 
John. ) 

Hutson, Cecilia L. P., wife of Dr. ) 
John, Henry, Eliza. )' 



Ingram, Eliza Sarah, wife of dames, 

of Ades, Sussex . . Chart 93 

William, Henry, Eliza, Edith, \ 
Constance, Florence, Helen, ,- . 94 
Mabel, Margaret. ) 



Jameson, George Stanley B. 

Nina Seton 
Olive Frederica W. 
Janson, Richard. \ 

Gertrude Mary. I 
Tenkinson, Mary, wife of Henry T. J. ) 
Henry, Mary. ( 

Johnson, Anna B., wife of Rev. J. H. |^ 
Herbert, John, Anna. 1 

Johnston, Andrew .... 
Fowell B. » 

Miles, Edward, Ada. » 
Priscilla Hannah 

Johnstone, Col. John Douglas cha. 

John, Randalina 



Index. 



Joyce, Emily, mfe of Rev. Hayward. "i 

Robert, George, Gilbert, Laura, Rachel, \ I&O 

Justice, Elizabeth Sophia, relict of Genl. . . So 

Hem-y Annesley (Col. ) 1 «,-, 

Lilla, Eva. j. . . . ou 



Maud, f 

Robert. (^ %. 
Robert, Marion. ) 

Justice, William C live, CM, G. Chart 8 

Charles, Clive, Leila, Violet, Maiian , 8l 



Kelly, Heniy 17° 

Charles Walter 
Edward EmUius (Rev.) 
Ileniy Richard 
Persis Mary 

Kelly, Rev. Walter, of Hove, 

Sussex .... ChaH 36, 37 



Kelly, Walter WiUiam (Rev.) . 

Kemble, Kythe A., wife of Horace W. 

Kennedy, Jane S., wife of Rev. Bennet S. . 

Kilmaine, Francis William, 4th Lord . 

Kindersley, Emma, relict of Robert 

Kirke, Agnes, wife of Henry. \ 

Henry, Arnold, Dorothea, Mildred, Henrietta, > 
Margaret, Mary, Violet. ) 

Kirkland, Isabella Elizabeth, wife of Maj.-Geul. 
Kitchener, Eleanor F. , wife of Capt. ^ 

Henry, Norah. | 

Kough, Rosalie J. D., wife of Edward H. -j 
Edwardina Catherine, Edwardina Harlej-, \ . 
Benedetta, Annie. ) 



Laffan, Gertrude Agnes 78 

Lambert, Emma, w/ife of Alexander 

C, of Brook Hill, co. Mayo Chart 79 

Joseph, Emma, Flora, Louisa. , . go 

Bence-Lambert, Guy L 80 

Lampson, Helen Agnes, wife of 

Norman G. . . . Chart 51 

Curtis, Miles, Adam, Jane, Bridge 
Laurence, Mary, \rife of Percy E. 
Laurie, Laura Frances, wife of Edward. I 
Edith. t 

Lautour, Une C, relict of Col. . 

Law, Ada Jane 

Arthur (Rev.) ) 

Arthur, George, Eleanor. J 
Arthur Boddam 

Law, Charles, E. T., 3rd Lord Ellen 

borough , . . Chai 

Hens. Ch.-u-les, Gertrude, Emily 
Law, Charles Woodin .... 
Charlotte Elizabeth .... 
Edward (Com. R.N.) 

Ed\vin (Capt.) 

Edmund (late). ^ 

Edmund, Henry Towry, Edwin, Gertrude. ) 

Law, Edmund Christian. 

Francis, Cyril, Eliza, Eveljm. 
Law, Elizabeth Sophia 
Emma Henrietta 
Col. Francis T. A. {C.B.) . 
Frederick Charles, i 
John, Marj-. ) " 



Char 



Law, George Hungerford 

Law, George Vanbrugh (Col.) c,^'^'-' 

Law, Henry Patten (Major) .... 
Henry Spencer (Hon.) ) 

Edward, Cecil, Louisa, Ethel. J ' ' 

James Adeane (Major). ) 

James, Charles. J ' 

James Macdonald 

Louisa Augusta 

Sidney Elizabeth 

Thomas Graves. ) 

Henry. f 

Victor Edward (Major). ) 

Marj'. f ■ 

William Ogilvie 

Rev. and Hon. William Towry. ) 

Ernest, William, Helen, Matilda, Geialdine, \ 

Lawless, Henrietta B., relict of Clement. > 
Emily. f 

Lawrence, Agatha, wife of Capt. R. ) 
Williaraina. l" 

Leeke, Dora, wife of Rev. E. T. t 

William, Christopher. ) * ' ' 

Lees, . ) 

John, Arthur, Herbert, Edwin, Lionel, Laura, > 



Leigh, Charles Edward .... 
Olympia, wife of Rev. Charles B. ^ 

Francis, Stratford, Emily, Olympia. ) 

Lincoln, Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Chan 

Lindsay, Henrietta J., wife of Major . 
Little, Georgina, wife of Ernest K. 
Loch, Caroline E.M.,wifeofMajorWm. Granville 
Lonsdale, Constance, Dowr. Countess of . 
Emily Susan, Dowr. Countess of 
Henry, 5th Earl of . 
de Lousada, Marianne, Countess. ^ 
Horace, Frances. ) 
Lowe, Caroline, wife of Rev. Chas. B. ) 
Charles Frederic, Frances. i 

Edward Henry .... 
Lowther, Lady Gladys Mary J. 

Hon. Charles .... 
Hon. Lancelot .... 
Lady Sibyl Emily 
Lady Verena Maud 
Lushington, Algernon Hay. ) 

Herbert, Munel, Montague. I 

AUce 

Arthur James. ) 

Charles (Rev.). 

Lushington, Edmund Law, of 1 

Park House, Maidstone I Chart 

Cecilia . . . .j 
Lushington, Edward Harbord. i 

Edward, Sydney, Guy, Stephen. \ 

Ellen Eliza 

Emily 

Frances 

Col. Franklin (^C.B.) 

Franklin. 1 

George, Franklin, Louisa, Mildred. ) ' 
Frederick A. 1 

Somerville, Beatrice, Constance, Violet. ) 



Index. 



Lushington, Sir Hen., of Aspenden 

Hall, Herts (Bart.). CJiart 142 



Lushingto 



Geraldine 
Henrietta 
Henry. 



Arthur, Edith ) 
Laura 
Maria C. . 
M.-.ry, relict of Th( 

Thomas, Henry, Lionel, May 

Lushington, Rev. Thomas G. Law, 

rector of Hawstead, Suffolk Chart 105 

Lushington, Vernon. ) , .0 

Katharine, Margaret, Susan. 1 ' ' ^'^^ 

William Bryan. I ,,c 

Philip Austen. I " " " " '4° 

Lyon, Mrs. Edward 116 

Lyons, Margaret G., wife of Col. . . .154 

Bovy-Lysberg, Maria Jane, wife of Capt. A. ) _, 

Charles, Ernest, Charlotte. f '^ 



Maclnnes, Miles. \ 

Henry, Neil, John, Rennie, Grace, Dora, >■ 

Mackenzie, George William . . . . 

Jean Charlotte 

Mackenzie, Jessy Adela, wife of Mackayl 

J-S. \chart 

Alexander, Frank, Sheila, ( 
Mary. ) 

John 

Louisa Helen 



Mackenzie, Osgood Hanbury, of 

Innerewe House, Ross-shire Chart 
Mackenzie, Priscilla Rachel .... 



Charles (Comr. R.N.) 

IVlcLaugh lin, Lt.-Col. Edward, 

R.A Chart 

Edward (Rev.), George, Hubert, Vivian 
McLaughlin, Frederick H.. ) 

Hubert, Charles, j- ■ ■ • • 

Georgina Susan .... 

Louisa Elizabeth 

Sophia Charlotte .... 
McLaughlin-Berens, Randolph H. (Rev.) . 
McLaughlin, WilUam George. 1 

Reginald, Millicent, Lilian, Frederica. ) 

McTaggart, Anne 

Jane 

Wilham Bell (Capt.) (^ 



Major, George Robert _ . 
Malcolmson, Blanche H. C. 
Helen C. 



Maiden, Margaret E., wife of Henry E. 

Edward, Anne, Helen, Mary. 
Manson, Mary Sophia, widow of Major. > 
James, Dora. f 

Markham, Alexander M. . . . 
Frances .... 
George Handcock 
Maria Sophia W. 
William Hogg W. . 



Man-iott, Charlotte Elizabeth . . . . 
Marsham, Laura, wife of Robert H. B. ). 
Charles, Robert, Mary, Leila. I 

Martin, Helena M., wife of Leslie 
Martley, Francis Blackbume. ) 

William, Francis, f ' 

Massy, Lucy Caroline, wife of Hugh. ) 
William, Mary. ( 

Masters, Joanna, wife of Rev. George E. . 

Maxwell, George S. (Col.) 

Emily 

Julia 

Heron-Maxwell, Adeline H., wife of William H. S. 

Meade, Constance Isabel 

Helen Adelaide 

Merriman, Harriet, wife of Rev. William H. R. . 
Meyer, Louisa, wife of Rev. Horace. 1 

Horace RoUo, Horace Leycester, Favell Lee, - 
Evelyn, Clara, Margaret. ) 

Miller, Caroline F., relict of Richard. |^ 
Caroline Frances. ) 

Dora, wife of Lt.-Col. ) 

Edward, Evan, Grace, Amy, Charlotte, Dora. ( 
James Charles. \ 

Alexander, James. j" ■ • • • 

Mills, Charlotte D., wife of Capt. Joseph . 

Molyneux, Howard W 

Isabella L 

IVIolyneux, Rev, Sir John Charles, 

Bart., LL.B. . . . Chart 

Molyneux, Sir John Charles (bart.). ) 

Edward, William, John, Mary. ) " 

Mary Emily, Dowager Lady. 1 

Julia. )■ 

Monckton, Maria Sophia 

Moore, Hannah, wife of IV. F. . 
Moore-Smyth, Charlotte M., wife of Hon, 

Charles W. . 
Morse, Ada L., wife of Major. ) 
Ada, Florence. f " 

Mundy, Geraldine H T., wife of 

Major-Genl., late R.H.A. Chart 
Burn-Murdoch, Elizabeth S., wife of Rev. Alex. 1 
Paul, James, Christina, Anne, Jane. I 
Murray, Aimie, relict of Robert. ) 

Andre, Roberta. \ ' ' ' 

Musgrave, Major Christopher 

Edward .... Chart 



Nares, Agnes Sophia 52 



Nash, Jane, wife of Rev. John J. 
Nesfield, Fanny C, relict of A. M. ) 
Bertram, Margaret, Dorothy. / 
Nicholson, Anna Margaret, wife of Col. 
Norris, Edith Grace, wife of Archdeacon. ) 

Stephen, Edward, Hugh. Francis. ) 

North, Sarah Eliza, wife of Walter M. ) 

Gwladys. j- ■ 



O'Beirne, Charles 

William Stuart (Rev.) n 

William. Henry Charles, Richard, Mari- \ 
anne, Blanche, Laura. ) 

O'Keefe, Constance 

Oldham, Abel John ...... 

Anne Matilda 

Arthur Combermere 



Index. 



Oldham, Caroline Elizabeth 



James Montagu 



175 
174 
175 
175 
175 
hart "JO, 71 
71 



Otway, Adelaide, wife of H.E.C.c/. 

Georgina Frances, Muriel Augusta 
Outhwaite, Blanche, wife of Robert . 

Page, Caroline, wife of Dr. . 
Parry, Ellen Jane, relict of Lt.-Col. . 
Pawle, Clotilda A., wife of George S. ) 
Francis. f 

Pearson, Agatha 

Elizabeth A., wife of David A. 
Alexander, Andrew, David, Robert B 
Pearson, yemima, 'linfe of J. L. . 
Pease, Albert Edward. I . . . 
Edward. ' 

Helen M., wife of J. W. 
Howard, John, Sarah, Florence, Sophia. 

Pease, Mary Lady . . Char 

Joseph, Sarah, Maud, Helen, Lucy, Agnes 
Pelham, Laura Priscilla, wife of Henry F. ) 
Edward, Herbert. f 

Pelly. Margaret Jane, wife of Rev. Richard A. 

Pepys, Hon. Everard D 

Lady Mary 

Percy, Maria, wife of Major. 

William, Robert, Crofton, Gertrude, Katherine. 
Persse, Margaret, wife of Major Edward . 
Phillips, Agatha, wife of Rev. Stephen 

Stephen, Robert, Harold, Alban, Maurice, 
James, Herbert, Arthur, Edith, Margaret. 

Charlotte M., wife of John J. ) 
Ralph, Edward Paul. ) 

Pole, Alexander Edward. ) 

Alexander, Mabel, Ethel. ) ' 
Jane, wife of Rev. Reginald, 
John Lionel, Mary Joanna, i 
Augusta. 1 

Pollock, Jessie G., wife of Major 
Porter, Charlotte E., wife of Thomas . 
Powell, Alexander Francis. I 

Alexander, Marion, Dorothea. ) 
Arthur Crofts. ) 

Arthur, Robert, Reginald, Lucy, Beatrice. ) 
Fanny C, wife of Arthur. 
Edward Cotton, James Crofts, Clement ) 
(Rev.), Hubert John, Owen. ) 

Francis. ) 

Frank, Mary, Phyllis, Ethel, f 
George Francis S. (Rev.) 
■ George Henry, Arthur L., Wadham L 
Joanna, Everilda, Mary, Augusta, Alexandra 
Sidney, Katharine. 

John Alexander T 

Mary E., relict of Alexander P. E. ) 
William Henry, Maiy. S 

Power, Frances Anne, relict of Col. William 
Poyntz, Nathaniel C. S. (Rev.) (^ 
Richard. ) 






Newdigate (Rev.) 

Newdlgi "■ • 



Prendergast, Alice Margaret . ' . 

Anna Maria 

Prendergast, Artiiur Hugli Dal- 

rymple .... C)uirt 



Prendergast, Charles Lewis (Major) . 
Dora Elizabeth 
Elizabeth Charlotte Ellen 

Emily 

Francis 

Francis Ensor. ) 

Jeflry, Frederic, John, Lucretia, i^ 
Guy Annesley, Lt.-Col. . 
Guy Lushington 
Harry N. D. (Maj.-Genl.) 

Harry, George, Herbert, Amy, Fanny, 



The: 



, Maude, 



Helen 

Henrietta 

Hew Lindsay (Lt.-Col.) ) 

Theodore, Hew, Caroline, Augusta, f 

Prendergast, James Henry 

(Lt.-Col.) .... Chart 
Prendergast, John Dalrymple . . . . 

John Patrick . , . . . 

Joseph Samuel .... 

Lenox (Col.) ) 

Gerald, Frederick, Reginald, Henry, • 
Edmund, Eleanor, Anne. ) 

Maria 

Mary , 

Mary Jane 

Maunsell M. (Major). ) 
Catherine May. J * 

Reynolds S. J. (Lt.-Col.) 

Rosetta May 

Susan Theresa . . . . 
Thomas 



William PaiU 
Prowett, Caroline Anne 
Emma Maria 



Radcliffe, Helen, wife of Francis R. Y. 
Ramsay, Laura, wife of Genl. the Hon. Sir H. 
Reeve, Emma F., wife of K. 
Repton, Emily Blanche, *ife of Edmond H. 
Reynolds, Charles Henry .... 

Emma L 

Juliana 

Reynolds, Robert Barclay, of The 

shrubbery, Woodford, Essex Chart 

Robert, Clement, Evelj-n, Ida, Blanche, ) 

Hilda. J 

Reid, Florence Mary, wife of Major H. A. . 

Richardson. Mary Emily, wife of William. {^ 

William, John, Edmund, Edith, Emily. ) 

Rimington, Euphemia, wife of Lt.-Col. 

Roberts, Archibald 

Henry William. (^ 

Gerard, Maurice, Frederick, Norah, ( 

Jane, relict of Lt.-Col. Emanuel. (. 

Charles, John, Haidee, Jane. t 

Roberts, Lt.-Col. Richard Sam I. cha. 

Richard, HaidJe 

Robinson, ( ), wife of Albert 

Isabella S., late wife of Henry. \ 
Henry, Isabella, Fanny, Olga. S 

Rumbold. Charles James A. ) 

Charles, Christian, Agatha. / 



Index. 



Rumbold, Henry Edmund William. ) 
Cumberland, Edward, Ellen, f 
Thomas Henry (late). 

Anwer,William,Thomas, Harriett, Kathe- 



Sadleir, Eliza Henrietta 

Francis John 

Jane Woodward 

John Martley 

Thomas Rothvvell 

Richard Willoughl^y 

William- Martley 

.Sainsbury, Mary, wife of Rev. S. L. ^^ 

Thoma.s. Grace, Katharine, Mary. I 

St. Andrews, Right Rev. the Bishop 

of Chart 

St. Lawrance, Elizabeth A., relict of Rev. R. K. 
Salvin, Agnes 

Bryan John 

Marmaduke Henry 

Mary 

Saunders, Jane, wife of Rev. A. C. | 



, Catharin 



Chart 



Frederick, Nathaniel, C 

Savory, Arnold Wordsworth (Rev.). I 
Arnold, Islay, Evelyn. ' 

Ernest Lloyd (Rev.) 

Ernest, Douglas, Hubert, Evelyn, Dorothy, 
Alice, Winifred, Mary, Evangeline. 
Ethelbert .... 

Joseph 

Mary Caroline, relict of Joseph 
Ronald Herbert. 1 
Ronald, Alicia. S ' 
Sawyer, Edith M., wife of Capt. W. H. ^ 

Roland. ) 

Seton-Stewart, Edith, wife of Alan H. 
Sharpe, Catherine Edith, wfe of Rev. James W 

Thomasin Elizabeth 
Sharpies, Francesca J., wife of George William 
Shelley, Mary, wife of Edward . 

Shipton, Charles Percy 

Shipton, Francis Eldred 
Simson, Caroline 

Paulina .... 

Simson, Francis Bruce, of Broom 

Hill, Northants . Chart 

Bruce, Dura ..... 

Smeaton, Arthur Lushington .... 
Mary Edith 

Smith-Bosanquet, Cecilia Jane, 

wife of Horace J. . . Chart 
George, Florence, Marian. Ella, Alice 

Smyth, Henry John W 

Somerville, Henrietta 

Thomas Henry. | 

Thomas Henry, Aylmer, Arthur, Hueh, \ 
Edith, Elizabeth. ) 

Spens, Mary Elizabeth, wife of Reginald. ) 

Archibald, Evelyn. J" ' 

von Spieling, Alicia A. G., wife of C<iunt Ivan ) 

von Dillen [ 

Spring-Rice, Elizabeth A., wife of Hon. F. 
Stanier, Caroline Judith, wife of Francis. -i 

Frank, Beville, William, Lucy, Eleanor, ■ 
Leila. ) 



Stanley, Caroline K. ) 

John, William, Augusta, Caroline, Samina. f 
Henrietta C, wife of E. J. . 
Steedman, Priscilla, wife of Percy h.\ 
Susanna, Dorothy. 1 

Strachey, Alexander 

Richard Charles." 



tichard, Theodore, Claude, Reginald, 
-- ■ n, Mildred, 
Violet'.' 



Henry, Constance, Mari 



Strain, Mary Caroline, wife of John L. 



Richard, Frank. 

Strutt, Charles Brownlow 

Stuart, Georgina, relict of Rev. H. W. ) 

Henry C, Charles B., Arthur, Georgina, \ 
Mary, Alice. ) 

Stuart, Rev. Henry Cumberland, 

M.A Chart 

Synge, Margaret, wife of Rev. Francis. ■(_ 
Edward, Margaret, Emily, Else, Maud. ) 



Talbot, John 

Taylor, Alice L, w/ife of Rev. Fitz- 

WilliamJ. . . . Chart 
Ernest, Edward, John, Violet, Edith, ) 
Winifred. f 

Taylor, Charlotte M., wife of Rev. Robert, i^ 

Frederick, Charles, Susan. t " 

Edward Clough. 

Horatio, Leonard, Harriet, Constance 
Edward Harrison C. 

Edward. 
Emma Georgina B., relict of Edward 

(Clough). 
Marianne G., wife of Rev. Samuel B. 
Taylour, Maria J., wife of Herbert. )^ 
Herbert, Evelyn, Helen. ) 
Thomas, Anna Lloyd, wife of Richard H. ) 
Henrietta. )' 

Eliza P., wife of Lynch. ) 
Mary, Cecilia. ) 



. 158 



Sybil Margaret, wife of David A. | 
Margaret. ) 

Thompson, Charlotte Anne, wife of Alex. ■) 

Ernest, Frederick, Gerald, Maurice, \ 
Kathleen. ) 

Thornton, Louisa F. M., wife of Reginald, j. 
Leslie, Henry, Alice. f 

Reginald D. ) 
Mary Benita. 1 ' 

Bunbury-Tighe, Lt.-Col. Frederick 

Edward, of Woodstock, co. Kil- 
kenny .... Chart 
William, Edward .... 

Tighe. James Stuart Bunbury. (^ 

Walter, Wilfred, Louisa, Flora, Una, Maud. ) 

Louisa Elizabeth 

Susan Diana 

Stephens-Townshend, Hubert de Burgh F. T. . 

Maurice F. T. . 
ToUemache, Mabel, wife of Hon. Hamilton 
Trebeck, Mary, wife of Rev. J. J. 
Tristram, Blanche E., wife of Samuel B. I 
Lancelot. ) ' 

Trousdell, Ellen P. L., wife of W. Blakeney P. ) 
William, Charles, John, Maurice, Edith, \ 



Index. 



Tucker, Sarah 114 

Tuckett, Rachel E., wife of P. D. I ^o 

Philip, Percival, Ivor. • " ' 

Tyndall, Isabella 82 

Spencer 82 

Underwood, Margaret, relict of Dr. , . .60 
John Christian C. \ gQ 

Mnrgaret. I ' ' * 

Thomas William .... 60 

Uniacke, Isabella Louisa, wife of H. T. ) q 

Henr>-, John, Frederick, Evelyn, Charles, : 8 
Kathleen, Isabel, Juliana. -' 

Vandeleur, Hon. Maletta. widow of Capt. . . 44 

Vernon, Alice G. T., wife of Rev. 

and Hon. Courtenay J. . Chart 42 
Courtenay, Sydney . . -43 

de Volborth, Hilda, wife of Alexander E. . .92 



Wali<er, Catharine Isabel, wife of 



James 

John Curwen 

Walsh, Thomas Prendergast Boles (Col.) . 
Warburton, Elizabeth Emily, wife of Dean . 
Ward, Aniia, wife of Geo. B. \ 

George Arthur, Famty. 1 * * ' ' 

Helen C, wife of Michael F. ) 

Thomas, Helen, Gertrude, Ada, Sophie. )' 
Lee-Warner, Ellen Paulina, wife of Edward 

Chester-Waters, Robt. Edmond cimn 

Catharine Diana 

Waters, Mary Alice 

Way, Emma Kate 

Wedderburn, Andrew, late Madras 

Civil Service . . . Chart 
James, Harry, Francis, Charles, Alice, |^ 

Welman. Frances L. B., wife of Lieut. ) 

William, Clara. f ' 

Wells, Henrietta A. M., wife of Edward P. I 
Allison. ) 

Westray, Dora B., wife of John . . . . 
de Wet, Pauline H., late wife of J. P. 
Whatman, Augusta Bertha E. R. 

Whatman, George Dunbar, of 

London .... Chart 
Arthur Dunbar .... 

Whatman, James, of Vinters 

Kent Cha 

Florence, Louisa 
Whishaw, Emily Mary, wife of Robert C. ) 
Montague. )' 

Wightwick, Margaretta C, wife of William N. 
Norman, Helen, Margery. 

Peers-Williams, .... 

Williams, Mary Christian, relict of Sir Fredk. 
Frederick, Edward, Leonard, Ernest, Victi 
Harold, Bertram, Marj', Beatrice, Amy 

Sir Robert, (bart.) 
Williamson, Agnes Isabella, wife of Andrew. (^ 



Williamson, Julia, wife of 



Rev 

Char. 



Willshire, Annette, Lady. I 

Ernest, Edith. • . . . . 

Willshire, Lt-Col. Sir Arthur R. T., 

Bart Chart 

Wilson, Anna M.. wife of Thos. C. -, 

Charles, William, Kathleen. ( ' 

Mary Jane, wife of John 
Neville, J., wife of Rev. Chas. L. 

Harold, Bertram, Cuthbert, Evelyn, Margt 
Sarah M., wife of Rev. Daniel F. (^ 
Cecil, Laurence, Olive, Rachel, Gladys. S 
Winterscale, Katharine, relict of Major, l 
George, Katharine. * 

Wise, James Fownes Norton 
Witham, Louisa, wife of Philip. ) 

Charles, Dorothy, Winifred. ) ' 
Wollaston, Marian, wife of Alfred 
Wolseley, Sir Charles M. (bart.) . 

Charlotte P., relict of William B . 

Edward T. (Capt.). 1 

Mervyn, Hubert, Charles, Edward, \ 

Florence. ) 

Francis V 

Henry John. \ 



John St. George (Major) . 
Robert Flockhart 
Robert Joseph 
William Augustus D. . 
William Richard. 

Wolseley, Genl. Lord, G.C.B.,) 

G.C.M.G. \Chart 

Hon. Frances. ) 

Wolseley, Sir Charles Michael, of 

Wolseley, Staff'., Bart. Chart 

Wood, Alice, wife of Rev. Jacob 

Anna, wife of R. L 

Robert, Charlotte .... 
Henrietta F.. wife of C. J. ) 

Charies, Lydia, Ethel, Mildred. I 
Wordsworth, Rt. Rev. Charles, Lord Bishop , 
of St. Andrews. / 

Charles Samuel. I 

Charles, Christopher, Emily. V 

Robert, William, John, Emmeline. ( 
Katharine, Margaret, Emily, \ 
Edith, Mary, Louisa, Harriet. -' 

Charles 

Christopher (Right Rev.), Bishop ■, 
of Lincoln. 
John, Elizabeth, Susanna. ) 

Christopher (Rev.). \ 



Willi: 



, Dorothy, 



John (Rev.) 
John, Edwai 



Ale.v; 



Violet 130 

Wordsworth, William, B.A., prin- 
cipal of Elphinstone Coll., 
Bombay . . Chart 131 

Wylly, Henrietta, wife of Capt. Edmond . .112 

Young, Lt.-Col. Thomas, of Thack- 

wood, Cumberland . Chart 59 
Thomas, William, Henry, Robert, ) 
D'Arcy, Francis, George, Ewan. \ cS 

Mabel, Dora, Kate. / " •> 

William H. (late). s 

Henry, Bertram, Winifred, Nes-sie, > . 60 
Katie. ) 



^.'i ^ .;. ^ ^ ^ .;. .^ .;. ^. ^f ^. 4. 



THE LINEAGE OF 

Our ^ Noble * and ^ Gentle ^Families 



TRACED FROM THE 



BLOOD ROYAL OF ENGLAND, 



• -i- '!• -i- '^ ■{■ ♦ -H. ^ 



^* THG DeSCGDT OB •♦ 

Col. Charles Edward Cumberland, 



R.E., C.B., 



FROM THE 



^looD IRogal 




of CnglanD. 



EnwARD I., crowned i9=f=Eleanor (ist wife), da 
Aug. 1274, b. I7june, 1239, Ferdinand III., king ol 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Joan of Acre (2nd wife), m.=f Gilbert de Clare, Earl ol 
2 May, 1290, d. 10 May, I Gloucester a!nd Hereford 
2305. I (1st husband), d. 7 Dec 

I 1295- 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir=j=Hugh le Despencer, sum 
of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of I to parlt., declared traitor, 
Gloucester, m. I May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Philip le Despencer (4th=pMargaret, dan. and heir of 
son), d. 7 Edward II. (ist I Ralph de Goushill, d. 23 
husband). I Edward III. 



Philip le Despencer, sum. T=Margaret Cobham. 
to parlt. 1387-1400. I 



Sir Philip le Despencer, of= 
Nettlested in right of his 
wife, d. 2 Henry VI. 



=Elizabeth , youngest dau. and 
co-heir of Robert de Tibe- 
toft, or Tiptoft (1st wife). 



Margery le Despencer, sole=i=Sir Roger Wentworth, of 
dau. and heir, m. June, 1423, Nettlested, J.U., d. 21 Oct. 
d. 20 April, 1478. 1452 (2nd husband). 



Henry Wentworth. of Cod-=j=Elizabeth (ist wife), only 
ham, Essex (2nd son), d. 22 I dau. and sole heir of Henry 
March, 1482. Howard. 



Margery Wentvvorth=f=Sir William Waldegrave, of 
I Smallbridge, Suffolk, K.B., 
/Kd. 26 Jan. 1524-S. 



lied above. 



A, 

continued from helow. 
Margery Wentworth^fSir William Waldegrave. 



ve=f=Sir John St. John, of Blets- 

I hoe. 



Margaret Waldegri 



Oliver St. John, istLordSt.=fAgnes, dau. of John Fisher, 
John, d. 24 Elizabeth. | of Beds. 



Thomas St. Tohn= 



Oliver St. John, of Cay-=rSarah, dau. of Edwd. Buck- 
shoe, Beds. I ley, of Odell, Beds. 



Oliver St. John, of Long-=j=Elizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
fhorpe, Northants, chief of Henry Ciomwell, of Up- 
iustice Common Pleas, d. 31 wood, Hants, m. 1638. 
Dec. 1673, aged 75. 



Elizabeth St. John (I 



t wife)=i=Sir John 'Bernard, Kt. and 
I Bart., d. June, 1679. 



Johanna Bernard, d. 1740. 



=Richard Bentley, master of 
Trin. Coll.. Camb., 1699, 
vice chancellor 1700, d. 14 
July, 1742. 



Johanna Bentley. bapt. i=f=Denison Cumberland, D.D., 
Sept. 1703, d. 27 May, J 775. i bishop of Kilmore, d. Dec, 
I 1774- 



Richard Cumber- 
land, '• the cele- 
brated dramatist," 
d. 7 May. 1811, 
buried in West- 
minster Abbey. 



=Elizabeth, only Elizth. Bentley 

dau.ofGeo. Ridge, Cumberland, m. 

of Kilmiston, to John Hughes, 

Hants, d. 4 Oct. Esq.=j= 

1801. A 



Richd.Cum-=fLadyAlbinia Chas. Cum-=f=Penelope Sus- Wm. Cum- Elizabeth, m. Sophia, m. to 

berland, cpt. I Hobart. d. 2 berland,b.2I t annah, widow berland.rear- to Lord E. Wm. Bad- 

Scotsguards. Aug. 1S53. May,i764.d. of D. Dewar, adml. R.N. C. Bentinck cock (seep. 

I 23 0ct. 1799. Esq., dau. of (seep. 8).=r (seep. 10). io).=f= 
i I Genl.Mathew. A A 



Marianne, 
m.toLt. Jan- 
sen (see p. 



land, capt. 
Scots fusi- 
lierguards, 
d. 1870. 



=Mary The- Albinia, m. Richd. Edwd.=Pen<!lope, yst. Chas. Brownlow Bentinc 

rpsa.dau.ofT. toA.Gordon, Cumberland, I dau. of Dr. Cumberland, Hairy.i 

Milner Cole, of Ellon (s.e comr. R.N., b. Bankhead (ist major-genI.R.A. in 

Esq., she d. p. 6).= j8oo, d. i88a. wife), m. 182S, (see p. 12). — army, 

12 June, 1842. A Id. 1836. A andd. ! 



Geo. Burrell 
Cumberland, 
major 42nd 
Highlanders 
(seep..).= 



F. F. Schell, of 
Hamburg, m. 
17 May, 1 881. 



'Elizabeth, 
bishop of 



Georgina, 
1831 to 1 
Henry Wil 
Stuart, ■ 
E.IC.S 
1S56. = 

A 



", wL^ 



Alexander Charles 



[2] 




CUMBERLAND, CHARLES EDWARD, 
C.B. 1881, col. commanding R.E., Jersey, 
1883 (2nd son of Richard E. Cumberland, com. 
R.N., see page 12); 21ST in descent from 
Edward L; born 27 Jan., 1830; married 12 
June, 1883, Elizabeth Anne, widow of Rt. Rev. 
Addington Venables, Bishop of Nassau, daughter 
of late Rev. WilHara Moss King. 





The Descent of 
Col. Charles Edward Cumberland, C.B., 

FROM 

THE Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; bom at Westminster, 
17 June, I23g, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand IIL, king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 5290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

JOAN OF ACRE, bom there 1272 ; died lo 
May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (sumamed "The 
Red"), earl of Gloucester and Hertford; he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295 ; she re-mar^ 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 



issue ; JoAN OF ACRE had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

ELEANOR DE CLARE, sister and co-heir of 
Gilbert, Earl of Gloucester; married ist, 

1 May, 1306, to Hugh Despencer, a favourite of 
Edward L ; summoned to parliament as Hugoni 
le Desj>encer,ju7iiori, from 29 July 8 Edward IL, 
1314, to 10 Oct. 19 Edward IL, 1325; hanged 
29 Nov., 1326; declared a traitor by act of par- 
liament, and his honours forfeited, his wife and 
family imprisoned in the Tower; she re-married 
to William la Zouch, of Mortimer, and died 30 
June, 1337. By her ist husband she had, with 
other issue (see Cresswell and Lloyd pedigrees 
in vol. i.), a son, 

PHILIP LE DESPENCER, 4th son, died 7 
Edward II,, having married Margaret, 
daughter and heir of Ralph de Goushill (she re- 
married to Sir John de Roos, brother of William, 
Lord Roos, of Hamlake ; no issue) ; she died 23 
Edward III., having had a son, 

Philip le Despencer, married Joan, daughter 
of Strange, and died 23 Edward III., 

leaving a son, « 

PHILIP LE DESPENCER, aged 7 at the death 
of his grandmother, 24 Edward III., in 50 
a" ; he had a grant of a market and fair at his 
manor of Goushill, co. Lincoln, as cousin and heir 
of Giles de Goushill, etc. ; summoned to parlia- 
ment 17 Dec. II Richard II. , 1387, to 3 Oc*. 

2 Henry IV., 1400 (Nicolas gives this summons 
to Philip, his son, next named) ; he married 
Margaret, daughter of Cobham, and died 
1400, leaving a son, 

SIR PHILIP LE DESPENCER, of Nettlested, 
Suffolk, knight, aged 36 at his father's death, 
2 Henry IV., 1400; he married ist, Elizabeth 
(heiress of Nettlested), youngest daughter and 
co-heir of Robert de Tibetot, or Tiptoft (who had 
summons to parliament 42 and 44 Edward III.) ; 
he married 2ndly, after 1414, Margaret, widow of 
William de Roos, 7th baron of Hamlake, daugh- 
ter of Sir John Amndell ; he died 2 Henry VI., 
1423-4, leaving, by his ist wife, an only child, 



[3] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



MARGERY LE DESPENCER, of Nettlested, 
sole daughter and heir, aged 26 at her 
father's death ; she died 20 April, 1478, her will 
dated ^o Aug., 1477, proved (C.P.C.) 28 May, 
1478 ; she married ist to John de Rocs, 8th baron 
of Hamlake, who was slain s.p. in the French 
wars, Easter Eve, 22 March, 142 1 ; she reTmarried 
June, 1423 (marriage portion;^!, 000), to Sir Roger 
Wentworth, of Nettlested, Suffolk, in right of his 
wife; he died 21 Pet-, 1452, having had (with 
other issue, see Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees) a 
son, 

HENRY WENTWORTH, of Codham, Essex. 
2nd son, died 22 March, 1482 ; he married 
I St, Elizabeth, only daughter and sole heir of 
Henry, brother of Sir Robert Howard, ancestor of 
the Duke of Norfolk, and had 5 sons and 4 daugh- 
ters ; he married 2ndly, Jane, daughter and heir 
of Robert, or Henrj', FitzSimon (she re-married 
as 2nd wife to Sir Richard FitzLewis, of West 
Horndon, Essex, whose will she proved 24 Nov., 
1529), and had issue. His eldest daughter by his 
1st wife, viz., 

MARGERY WENTWORTH, married to Sir 
William Waldegrave, of Smallbridge, 
Suffolk (son of Sir Thomas Waldegrave, who was 
knighted after the battle of Towton Field, 29 March, 
1461; see also vol. i., page 86), knight of the bath 
at the marriage of Arthur, Prince of Wales, 14 
Nov., 1501, a commissioner for collecting sub- 
sidy by a poll tax 5 Henry VIII. ; died 30 Jan., 
1527-8, M.I. Bures, will dated 26 Jan., 1524-5, 
proved 6 March, 152^.8, and had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

Margaret Waldegrave, married to Sir John 
St. John of Bletshoe (son of Sir John St. John, 
K.B.), and had, with 4 daughters, an only son, 

OLIVER ST. JOHN, created Lord St. John 
of Bletshoe, 13 Jan., 1558-9; died 24 
Elizabeth ; he married Agnes, daughter of John 
Fisher, and grand-daughter and heir of SirMichael 
Fisher, Knt., who was possessed of a considerable 
estate in Bedfordshire, and had, with 6 daughters, 
3 sons. 

[1] John, 2nd baron, died 21 Oct., 1596, leaving an only 

(laughter. 

[2] Oliver, 3rd baron, of Ripton Regis, 1613 : married 

Dorothy, daughter and heir of Sir John Rede, of Oding- 

ton, CO. Ploucester; she died 1605, having had issue (see 

Foster's Peerage). 

[3] Thomas (according to Wotton's BaroiietaQc, 1741 

edition, vol. v., page 178), had a son and daughter. 

(1) SIB OLIVEK, of whom presently. 

(2) Frances, married to Nicholas Browne, of Pole- 
brook, Northants, father of Sir Samuel Browne, of 
Arlesey, Beds, a judge of Court of Common Pleas. 

C IR OLIVER ST. JOHN,- of Cayshoe, Beds, 
>-^knight of the shire, 12 and2i Jas. I.; married 



Sarah, daughter of Edward Buckley, of Odell, 

Beds, and had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] OLIVER, of whom presently. 

[2] John, died unmarried. 

[3] EUzabeth, married 6 Aug., 1629, as 2nd wife, to Rev. 

Samuel Whiting, D.D. 

OLIVER ST. JOHN, of Longthorpe, North- 
ants, chief justice of common pleas, of 
Queen's Coll., Camb., 1615, admitted to Lincoln's 
Inn 22 April, 1619, called to the bar 22 June, 1626, 
vehemently opposed the payment of " Shipmoney," 
M.P., Totnes, 1640, 1640^1648, chairman of parlia- 
mentary committee to consider the legality of "Ship- 
money," solicitor-general 29 Jan., 1640-1, until the 
king revoked his appointment 30 Oct., 1643, the 
parliament, however, nominated him their first 
custodian or commissioner of the great seal, with 
the title of "his majesty's solicitor-general," chief 
justice common pleas 12 Oct., 1648, an ambassador 
to Holland 1651, a commissioner for the affairs of 
Scotland 1651; died 31 Dec, 1673, aged 75 ; he 
married ist, Johanna, only child of Sir James 
Altham, of Marks Hall, Latton, Essex (by Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Sir Francis Barrington by his 
wife Joan, one of the daughters of Sir Henry 
Cromwell, of Hinchinbroke, and aunt both to 
Oliver Cromwell, the Protector, and John Hamp- 
den, the patriot) ; she died , having had 2 
sons and 2 daughters ; he married 2ndly, 1638, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Henrj' Cromwell, of Up- 
wood, Hunts (and cousin of Oliver Cromwell) ; he 
married 3rdly, Elizabeth, widow of Caleb Cock- 
croft, of London, merchant, daughter of Daniel 
Oxenbridge, M.D., of Daventry ; she re-married 
to Sir Humphrey Sydenham, of Chilworthy, Somer- 
set. By his 2nd wife he had a son, Oliver, and a 
daughter, 

ELIZABETH ST. JOHN, married as ist wife 
to Sir John Bernard, knight and baronet, 
M. P., Huntingdon, 1654-5 I ^^^ died June, 1679, M.I. 
Brampton, having (married 2ndly, Grace, daughter 
of Sir Richard Shuckburgh, of Shuckburgh, 
Warwickshire, Knt.) had, with a son, 2 daughters, 
of whorr) the younger, 

JOHANNA BERNARD, died , 1740, 

having married 4 Jan., 1701, to Richard 
Bentley, the greatest English scholar of his day, 
Regius professor 1717, and master of Trin. Coll., 
Camb., 1699, vice-chancellor 1700, archdeacon of 
Ely 1701, entered as a sub-sizar of St. John's 
Coll., Camb., 24 May, 1676, B.A. 1680, M.A. 1683, 
M.A. (ad eundem) Wadham Coll., Oxon, 1689, 
chaplain to tjie Bishop of Worcester, prebendary 
of Worcester 1692, rector of Hartlebury 1695, 
D.D., Camb., 1696, royal librarian 1693 (son of 
Thomas Bentley, of Woodlesford, Yorkshire, and 
Sarah, daughter of Richard Willie, a stonemason, 
at Oulton, near Wakefield), bom at Oulton, 27 

4] 



♦9 Thg Descent ob •♦ 
ALICE LISLE wife of Rev. FitzWilliam John Taylor, 

RECTOR OF EAST AND WEST OGWELL, DEVON, 



FROM THE 



IBIooti laopal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), da 
Aug. 1274, b. I7june, 1239, Ferdinand III., king 

' ' I P^cfilfi H -7*7 '^rw !■ 



d. 7 July, 1307. 



Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre (2nd wife), m.=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
2 May, 1290, d. 10 May, I Gloucester and Hereford 
1305. I (1st husband), d. 7 Dec. 

I I29S- 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir=j=Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of to parlt., declared traitor, 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Philip le Despencer (4th=j=Margaret, dau. and heir of 
son), d. 7 Edward II. (ist Ralph de Goushill, d. 23 
husband). | Edward III. 



Philip le Despencer, 
to parlt. 1387-1400. 



'Margaret Cobham. 



Sir Philip le Despencer, of=j=Elizabeth, youngest dau. and 
Nettlested in right of his I co-heir of Robert de Tibe- 



wife, d. 2 Henry VI. 



toft, or Tiptoft (ist wife). 



Margery le Despencer, sole=i=Sir Roger Wentworth, of 
dau. and heir. m. June, 1423, I Nettlested, J.U., d. 21 Oct. 
d. 20 April, 1478. I 1452 (2nd husband). 



Henry Wentworth, of Cod-=j=Elizabeth (1st wife), only 

ham, Essex (2nd son), d. 22 ' " 

March, 14S2. 



Margery Wentworth=j=Sir William Waldegrave, of 
I Smallbridge, Suffolk, K.B., 
Ad. 26 Jan. 1524-5. 



A, 

contlnmd/rom hcto-jj. 
Margery Wciitworth=pSir William Waldegrave. 

Margaret Waldegrave=f=Sir John St. John, of Blets- ' 



Oliver St. John, istLord St.=j= Agnes, dau. of John Fisher, 
John, d. 24 Elizabeth. | of Beds, 



Thomas St. John= 



Oliver St. John, of Cays-=f Sarah, dau. of Edwd. Buck- 
hoe, Beds. I ley. of Odell, Beds. 



Oliver St. John, of Long-=fEIizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
thorpe, Northants, chief | of Henry Cromwell, of Up- 
justice Common Pleas, d. 31 I wood, Hants, m. 1638. 
Dec. 1673, aged 75. | 



Elizabeth St. John (ist wife)=f 

I Bart'., d. Ju 



John Bernard, Kt. and 
679. 



Johanna Bernard, d. I740.=f Richard Bentley. master of 
I Trin. Coll., Camb., 1699, 
vice-chancellor 1700, d. 14 

I July, 1742. 



Johanna Bentley, bapt. i=pDenison Cumberland, D.D., 
Sept. 1703, d. 27 May, 1775. j bishop of Kilmore, d. Dec. 
I 1774- 



Richard Cumber- 
land, " the cele- 
brated dramatist," 
d. 7 May. 1811, 
buried in West- 
minster Abbey. 



^Elizabeth, only Elizth, Bentley 

d.au.of Geo.Ridge. Cumberland, m. 

of Kilmiston, to John Hughes, 

Hants, d. 4 Oct. Esq.=f= 
i8qi. Xs 



Richd.Cum-=j=LadyAlbinia Chas. Cumber- Wm. Cum-=pEliza, dau. of Elizabeth 



berland, cap- 
tain Scots 



Hobart, d. 
Aug. 1853. 



land, b.2i May, berland.rear- 

764,d. 23 0ct. adml. R.N., 

799 =j= d. Nov. 1832, 

/k aged 67. 



.Sophia, m. to Marianne. 

Charles Pym to Lord E. Wm. Bad- ra. to Lt. 

Burt, of Lon- C. B^ntinck cock (see p. Jansen 

don, m. 10 (seep. 10). Io).=j= (seep. 10.) 
May, 1800. K 



iCossens, m. 
■837. 



Other Elii 



1829 I 



3=Ge 



May,' 1828, d. I rick Koi 
I d. I Fs 



Frede 



John 



John Ciimberland, ofBath^ 
and Bristol, solicitor, b. I 
1844. 



Isabella=j=Henr)r Tur- Alice Lisli 
Louisa, 1 ner Uniacke, m. 5 Sept, 



Uiam Taylo 
"[5] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Jan., 1661-2; died 14 July, 1742, buried in the 
chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge, having had 
a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard (Bentley), of the customs, wrote for the 
drama; died at Westminster 23 Oct., 1782 (see Gentle- 
man's Magazine, vol. Hi., p. 550). 

[2] Elizabeth (Bentley), marriel ist, to Humphrey Ridge, 
Esq.; 2ndly, to Rev. James Favell, D.D., fellow of Trin. 
Coll., rector of Houghton-cum-Wilton, Hunts, 1762 ; 
died s.p. after 1770. 

[3] Johanna (Bentley), baptized I Sept., 1703; died 27 
May, 1775, having married, 1726, to Denison Cumber- 
land, D.D., afterwards Bishop of Kilmore (2nd son of 
Richard Cumberland, archdeacon of Northampton, and 
grandson of Richard Cumberland, D.D., bishop of Peter- 
borough 1691 until his death, 9 Oct., 1718, aged 86), 
educated at Westminster School, fellow commoner Trin. 
Coll., Camb., M.A. 1728, rector of Winwick, North- 
ants, 1731, which he exchanged for the living of Fulham 
in 1757, prebendary of St. Paul's 1759, chaplain to the 
lord-lieut. of Ireland, bishop of Clonfert 1763, of Kilmore 
1772 until his death, in Dublin, Dec, 1774, having 
had a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) BICHAED (Cumberland), of whom presently. 

(2) Joanna (Cumberland), died about 1745. 

(3) Elizabeth Bentley (Cumberland), married to John 
Hughes, of Westminster ; he died in Parliament Street 
1770, having had, with other issue, a son, 

John Cumberland Hughes, of whom subse- 
quently. 

(4) Mary (Cumberland), married 21 July, 1770, to 
Alexander Alcock, M.A., archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, 
and prebendary of Clonfert, Ireland, author of "Ned 
Evans"; he died s.p. 1807. 

RICHARD CUMBERLAND, "the celebrated 
dramatist," educated at WestrainsterSchool, 
B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1750, M.A. 1754, secre- 
tary to Lord Halifax when lord-lieut. of Ireland, 
secretary to the Board of Trade, declined a 
baronetcy, bom at his grandfather's in the Masters' 
Lodge, Trin. Coll., Camb., igFeb., 1732; died in 
Bedford Place, Russell Square, 7 May, 1811, 
buried in Poets' Comer, Westminster Abbey ; he 
married 19 Feb., 1759, Elizabeth, only daughter 
of George Ridge, of Kilmiston, Hants; she died 
4 Oct., 1801, having had 8 children, of whom 4 
sons and 3 daughters {a), 

[la] Richard, capt. gienadier guards ; died at Tobago, 
in the East Indies; married, 14 July. 1784, Lady Albinia 
Hobart, daughter of George, 3rd Earl of Buckingham- 
shire ; she died at Hampton Court, 2 Aug., 1853, aged 
91, having had a son and 2 daughters (^). 

\ib-ia) Richard (Cumberland), capt. 3rd regt. (Scots 
fusilier) guards, A.p.C. to the Duke of Wellington in 
the Peninsula, page of honour to George III., gentle- 
man usher to Queen Adelaide, collector land revenue, 
Malta, until the abolition of the office in 1S38. lastly, in 
1842, a clerk in the Royal Mint, where he died 9 March, 
1870, aged 77 ; married in St. George's, Hanover Square. 
17 Dec, 1827, Mary, daughter of ' Turner, of Rother- 
ham, solicitor, deputy coroner for Lancashire and 
Cheshire ; she died at Brighton. 12 June, 1842, aged 38, 
having had, with other issue, a son and daughter (c). 
\\.c-ib\ Alexander Charles (Cumberland), formerly 
Lieut. Armstrong's horse (crown rangers), Australia, 
bom 19 Jan., 1830; married 17 May. 1S81, Hen- 
rietta Maria Lillian, daughter of Fredericke Ferdinand 
Schell, of Hamburg, and has a son, 
Alexander Charles, born 29 June, 1882. 



[2f-/*] Adelaide (Cumberiand). 
(ib-ia) Albinia Elizabeth (Cumberland), died 7 July, 
1848, having married 20 May, iSil, to Alexander 
Gordon, of Ellon Castle, Aberdeenshire, who died 21 
March, 1873, having had 5 sons and 4 daughters {d). 
\\d-2b'\ George John Robert Gordon of Ellon 
Castle, J. P., D.L., private secretary to late Sir 
Edward Disbrowe, at Stuttgardt, in 1832 ; attache 
at Frankfort, 1833; at Stockholm, 1834; at Rio, 
1836 ; charge d'affaires, 1837-8 ; special service, 
Paraguay, 1842; secretary of legation, Stockholm, 
1843, and charge d'affaires 1845-6, 1847-9, 1850-1 ; 
minister plenipotentiary, Swiss Confederation, 1854; 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary, 
Hanover, 1858, Stuttgardt, 1S59-70, and at Baden 
1859-70; retired 1871 ; bom 4 March, 1812 ; mar- 
ried 2 Feb., 1843, Rosajustina, daughter of William 
Young, Esq., of Rio de Janeiro, and has 2 sons and 
a daughter. 

(1) Cosmo Frederick Maitland Gordon, comr. 
R.N., bom 30 Oct., 1843. 

(2) Arthur John Lewis, C.M.G. 1877, private 
secretary to Governor of Ceylon, born 19 March, 
1S47. 

(3) Alicia Albinia Georgiana, born 10 Aug., 1845 ; 
married 11 May, 1867, to Count Ivan von Dillen 
von Spiering, of Wurtemberg, It.-col. Austrian 
army, A.D.C. to inspector-general cavalry. 

[2d-2b] Bertie Edward Murray (Gordon), col. 91st 
Highlanders, born 17 Dec, 1813 ; died 27 July, 
1870; maiTied , Katherine Alicia, daughter 

of Francis Beynon Hacket, Esq., of Moor HalJ, co. 
Warwick ; she died s.p. 19 March, 1S78. 
[3d-2b] Richard Louis Hobart (Gordon), mid. R.N.; 
drowned in the wreck of H.M.S. C/talieiigcr. 
[id-2b} William Everard Alphonso (Gordon), vice- 
admiral R.N., retd. i860, C.B. 1869, knight Legion 
of Honour, and 5th class Medjidie, served in Jamaica, 
1832, blockade of Alexandria, 1841, Kaffir war, 
1852-3, at Sebastopol, 1S54; born 17 Nov., 1817. 
\bd-3b] Charles Alexander Boswell (Gordon), major- 
general late commanding a battalion (6oih) king's 
royal rifle corps, bom 29 March, 1823 ; married 2 
March, 1867, Eweretta Rosa, daughter of Edward 

Johnston, Esq., of AUerton Hall, Liverpool, sp. 
id-Zb] Harriet Albinia Louisa (Gordon), died 13 
Feb., 1854; married 12 Sept., 1849, as Ist wife, to 
Charles Elphinstone-Dahymple (see Elphinstone, in 
Foster's Baronetage, and had a son, 

William Robert (Elphinstone-Dalrymple), capt. 
4th battalion royal Scots fusiliers, born I Feb., 
1S54. 
\!ld-2b\ Sophia, and [8</-^*] Katherine (Gordon), 
both died young. 

[9d-2b'\ Eleanor Vere (Gordon), married 23 Sept., 
1845, 'o J^^'^- ^"<i Hon. Richard Cavendish Boyle, 
M.A. Christ Church, Oxon, 1834, rector of Marston 
Bigott, Somerset, 1S36-75, chaplain-in-ordinary to 
the Queen since 1847 (youngest son of Genl. Ed- 
mund, Sth Earl of Cork, see Foster's Peerage), and 
has 3 sons and a daughter, 

(1) H.amilton Richard (Boyle), late lieut. 23rd 
royal Welsh fusiliers, on reserve of officers, born 3 
Feb., 1848. 

(2) Charles John, capt. 2nd battalion of the 
Oxfordshire light infantry, adj. 4th battalion, born 
17 March, 1849. 

(3) Algernon Edward Richard, born 17 Sept., 
1S54. 

(4) Isabella Albinia (Boyle), married 9 Sept. 
1873, to George Gough Arbuthnot, Esq. (see 
vol. iii.), and has a daughter, 

C--ciIia Albinia (Arbuthnot), bom 30 Sept., 1881. 
[Zb-ia) Harriet (Cumberland), died - 



[6 



^* Thg DGSCGHT OB •♦ 



George John Robert Gordon, Esq., 

OF ELLON CASTLE, ABERDEEN SHLRE, J.P., D.L., 



TBlooD laopal 




of OBnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. lyjune, 1239. Ferdinand III., king of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre (2nd wife), m.=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
2 May, 1290, d. 10 May, I Gloucester and Hereford 
1305. I (1st husband), d. 7 Dec. 

I I29S- 



of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of I to parlt., declared traitor, 
Gloucester, m. 1 May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Philip le Despencer (4th=j=Margaret, dau. and heir of 
son), d. 7 Edward II. (1st i Ralph de Goushill, d. 23 
husband). I Edward III. 



Philip le Despencer, sum. ^Margaret Cobham. 
to parlt. 13S7-1400. I 



Sir Philip 
Nettlested 
wife, d. 2 Henry VI, 



Despencer, of=j=Elizabeth, youngest dau. and 
co-heir of Robert de Tit 
toft, or Tiptoft (ist wife). 



right of his co-heir of Robert de Tibe- 



Margery le Despencer, sole=j=Sir Roger Wentworth, of 
dau. and heir, m. June, 1423, I Nettlested, J.U., d. 21 Oct. 
d. 20 April, 1478. I 1452 (2nd husband). 



Henry Wentworth, of Cod-=f=Elizabeth (ist wife), only 
ham, Essex (2nd son), d. 22 dau. and sole heir of Henry 
March, 1482. Howard. 



Margery Wentworth=f=Sir William Waldegrave, of 
I Smallbridge, Suffolk, K.B., 
Ad. 26 Jan. 1524-5. 



continued abcn'C. 



A, 

continued frovi below, 
Margery Wentworth=f=Sir William Waldegrave. 



Oliver St. John, ist Lord St.T= Agnes, dau. of John Fisher, 
John, d. 24 Elizabeth. I of Beds. 

Thomas St. John=r 



Oliver St. John, of Cays-=j=Sarah, dau. of Edwd. Buck- 
hoe, Beds. I ley, of Odell, Beds. 



Oliver St. John, of Long-=f Elizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
thorpe, Northants, chief I of Henry Cromwell, of Up- 
justice Common Pleas, d. 31 wood, Hants, m. 1638. 
Dec. 1673, aged 75. 



Elizabeth -St. John (1st wife)n=Sir John Bernard, Kt. and 
I Bart., d. June, 1679. 



Johanna Bernard, d. 1 740.=^ Richard Bentley, master of 
I Trin. Coll., Camb., 1699, 
vice-chancellor 1700, d. 14 
I July, 1742. 



Johanna Bentley, bapt. i=ppenison Cumberland, DX)., 

774- 



Sept. I703,d. 27 May, 1775. I bishop of Kilmore, d. Dec. 



Richard Cumber-=f=Elizabeth, only Elizth. Bentley 



land, "the cele- 
brated dramatist," 
d. 7 May, 181 1, 
buried in West- 
minster Abbey. 



dau.ofGeo. Ridge, Cumberland, 

of Kilmiston, to John Hughes, 

Hants, d. 4 Oct. Esq.=j= 
1801. A 



Richd.Cum-=rLadyAIbinia Chas. Cum-=i= Penelope Su- Wm. Cum- Elizabeth,m. Sophia.m.to Marianne, 



berland, cap- 
tain Scots 
guards. 



Hobart. d. 2 berland, b.2i [ sannah. widow berland.rear- 

Aug. 1853. May, 1 764, d. of D. Dewar, adml. R.N. 

23 0ct. 1799. Esq., dau. of (seep. 8).=j= 

Genl.Mathew. /k 



Lord E. Wm. Bad- m.toLt.Jan- 
C. Bentinck cock (see p. sen (see p. 
(seep. 10). lo).=i= 10). 



aEli-=Alexander Richd. Edwd.: 



berland, cap 
Scots fusilii 



zabeth, m. 
20 May, 
1811, d. 7 
July, 1848. 



.873- 



Bankhead ( 
wife), m, 1828, (see 
■ 1836. 



Brownlow Bentinck 



A 



Burrell Georgina, m. 1831 

erland, to Rev. Henry 

R.A. in ' the major 42nd William Stuart, 

army, m. Highlanders chaplain^E^I^.S., 

and d. s.p. (seep. 12). = 



A 



A 



A 



George John Robert Gor-= 
don, of Ellon, diplomatic 
service, 1832-71, b. 4 
Mar. 1812. 



^RosaJustina, dau. 
of Wm. Young, of 
Riode Janeiro, m. 
2 Feb. 1843. 



William Everard, vice- 
adml. R.N , C.B. 
Charles Alexander, ma- 
jor-gen. in the army. 



Harriet,m.l849t< 
C. E. Dalrymple 
and d. 1854.=!= 
A 



Eleanor, m. 1845 to Hon. 
and Rev. Richard Caven- 
dish Boyle, chaplain to 
the Queen. = 

A 



Cosmo Frederick Mait- Arthur John Lewis ( 
land Gordon, com. R.N., don, C.M.G., b. 19 1 
b. 30 Oct. 1843. 1847. 



Alicia Albinia Georgiana, m. 1 1 Sept.=Count Ivan von Dillen 
1867. von Spiering, It. -col. 

Austrian army. 

[7] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[2aJ George (Cumberland), commander R. N., killed at 
the siege of Charlestown.* 

[3a] CHABLES, of whom presently (see page lo). 

[4a] William (youngest son of Richard Cumberland), 

rear-admiral R.N., commanded H.M.S. Leyden at the 

capture of the Danish navy at Copenhagen 1807 ; died 

Nov., 1832, aged 67; he married, 10 May, iSoo, 

Eliza, daughter of Charles Pym Burt, of London ; she 

died , having had 3 sons and 6 daughters (f). 

(\c-4a\ William, major nth Bengal N.I., served in 

the Sikh war, 1845 (eldest son), born July, 1808 ; 

died at Bath 6 Dec, 1S60; married at Cheltenham, 

13 Dec, 1837, Amelia Ann, daughter of Cossens, 
of Cheltenham, merchant ; she died , 
having had 3 sons and a daughter (/). 

[!/-/£■] William Henry (Cumberland), born 31 July, 

1839; died 27 June, 1840. 

[2/-7<!] George Edward, born 9 March, 1841 ; died 

13 May, 1843. 

[3/-/6-] John (Cumberland), of Bath and Bristol, 

solicitor, bom 3 March, 1844; married 29 Oct., 

1868, Jane Elizabeth, daughter of W. Lambert, of 

Bath, and has a son and daughter. 

William Bentinck, bom 19 Feb., 1870; Linda, 
born 22 Feb., 1S76. 
\i.f-ie\ Annie Louisa. 
(2e-4a) Octavius, rear-admiral R.N., C.B., knight of 
• the Legion of Honour, knight of the Medjidie ; born 

14 April, 1813; died s.p. 6 Aug., 1877, aged 64; he 
married, 10 June, 1862, Laura Anna, daughter of 
Loraine McDowal Kerr, Esq., of Castle Hill; she re- 
married, II June, 1880, to Maj.-Gen. Jackson Mus- 
pratt Williams, retired list Indian army, of Femihurst, 
near Cheltenham. 

(3«-^a) Edward Sandford, 44th regt., killed at Gan- 
damuck in the retreat from Cabul, 13 Jan., 1843 (see 
Gentleman's Magazine, vol. i., page 354). 
(ii-4a) Eliza, died , , having married at 

Exeter, 26 Sept., 1829, to Oliver Coathupe, Esq., of 
Redland, Bristol, after of America, and had 7 sons and 
a daughter. 

(6e-4a) Anna, died 27 July, 1844, having married, 
20 May, 1828, to George Frederick Fortescue (only 
son of Rev. George Fortescue, rector of St. Million, 
Cornwall), who died I Feb., 1868, having hai\.2 sons 
and 3 daughters (^g). 

[1^-j-^] Charles Percy Fortescue, born 15 Aug., 

1833 ; died in Australia 1856-7. 

[2^-J'^] George Ernest, born 5 Aug., 1S3S ; living 

unmarried in Australia. 

[ig-jel Juliana Mary, born 18 Sept., 1831 ; died 

s.p. 3 Sept., i860, having married , 

to late Major Bredin. 

[ig-Se} Isabella Louisa, author of a life of "the 

dramatist," born 12 Feb., 1836 ; married 16 Feb., 

i860, to Henry Turner Uniacke, late capt. 19th 

regt. , and has 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

Henry Percy Uniacke, born 13 Sept., 1862 ; 

John Mainwaring, bom 30 Sept., 1863 ; Frederick 

Fitzgerald, born 20 June, 1866 ; Evelyn William 

Pienepont, born 20 Feb., 1873 ; Charles Fortescue, 

bom 29 Aug., 1874; Kathleen Ann, bom 12 

March, 1865 ; Isabel Alice, born i March, 1S68; 

Juliana Fortescue. bora 27 June, 1871. 

[6g-Se] Alice Lisle (Fortescue), bom 28 Sept., 1S41 ; 

married 5 Sept., 1865, to Rev. Fitzwilliam John 

Taylor, rector of East and West Ogwell, Devon, 

since 1844-5; °f Haccombe since 1849; vicar of 

Rattery, Devon, 1844-5 ! rector' of East AUington, 

Devon, 1842-4 ; rural dean of Ipplepen 1865-72 ; 

B.A. Christ Church, Oxon, 1839 (son of Maj.- 

Genl. Taylor, C.B., of Ogwell House, Devon, 

• 9 July, 1792, at W. Badcock's, Esq., at Leatherhead, LiTut: 

Wm. Cumberland, of the royal navy, fourth son of Rd. Cumberland, 

Esq., of Tunbridge ^^\\%.-~-Gentieman's Magazine, vol. Ixii., page 



Lieut.-Gov. R.M. Coll., Sandhurst), and has had 
4 sons and 4 daughters. 

Ernest Fitzwilliam Taylor, born 16 Nov., 1867 ; 
Edward Fortescue, bom 5 Aug,, 1869 ; Cyril 
Reynell, died 30 Sept., 1871 ; John Cumberland, 
born 30 Oct., 18S3 ; Isabel Alice, died 30 March, 
1867 ; Violet Annie, born 16 Jan., 1872 ; Edith 
Mary, born 5 July, 1873 ; Winifred Harriet Sophie, 
born 24 Jan., 1875. 
{6e-4a) Louisa, died s.p. , , having married, 

18 May, 1843, to John Potter Lockhart, president of 
the island of Dominica, where he died 
(te-^a) Julia, married at Exeter, 20 Oct., 1830, to 
J W Gascoyne, Esq., of Clifton, Bristol 

(nephew of Baniber Gascoyne, M.P.) ; he died 13 
Nov., 1869, having had 6 sons and 2 daughters (/;). 
[U-yc] Bamber Gascoyne, married and murdered 
in New Zealand with his wife and family when in 
charge of the redoubt. 
[2l:-ie'] Charles Cecil, died in Australia 
[3/;-7t'] John Waldegrave. 

[4/2-7^] Arthur Henry Maurice, died in New Zealand. 
[ph-ye] Thomas Edmund. 
[Gh-ye} John Frederick, died at Clifton. 
[Th-ye] Laura Elizabeth, married to Nathaniel Cum- 
berlege (son of Joseph Cumberlege, of Bombay), 
admitted to the Middle Temple 28 April, 1S37 ; he 
died in Paris 

[8/;-7t-] Mary Burt Anne, married to William Hid- 

dingh (?), Esq. 

{'ie-4a) Rosina, died 7 July, 1869, having married at 

Cheltenham, 28 July, 1S33, to John Clough, Esq., of 

Clifton House, and Newbald Hall, Yorkshire ; he died 

12 Jan., 1865, having had 4 sons and 4 daughters (*). 

[lk-8e] William Clough, of Clifton House, and 

Newbald Hall, aforesaid, J. P., born at Acomb, 23 

Aug., 1834 ; married 23 Aug., 1863, Georgina 

Maria, youngest daughter of William Ford Hulton, 

Esq., of Hulton Park, co. Lane. ; she died s.p.s., 

6 April, 1864. 

[2k Se] John (Clough), M.A., Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 

1862, rector of Clifton-with-Glapton since 1S73, 

chaplain at Bengal 1S63-73 ; born at Acomb, York, 

29 Nov., 1835 ; married at Madras, 23 March, 1867, 

Amy Louisa Margaret, 3rd daughter of Col. Thomas 

Geils Edward Gammell Kenny, and has 5 sons and 

4 daughters. 

John William, born 18 Aug., 1869; Edmund 

Richard, born 10 March, 1871 ; Hugh Delves, 

born 26 Sept., 1872 ; Henry Kenny, born 19 Dec, 

1S76 ; Bernard Broughton, born 6 May, 1883 ; 

Alice Maia, born 12 March, 1868 ; Mabel Frances 

Clifton, bom 13 Nov., 1874; Amy Blanche, born 

22 Jan., 1878 ; BeaUice Mary, bom 19 April, 1880. 

[Zk-Se] Edmund, bom 9 Aug., 1839 ; murdered by 

mutineers near Delhi May or June, 1857. 

[44-<ft-] Frederick, in Australia, born 30 Oct., 1845. 

[5i-8e] Rose Maria (Clough), married 1st, 30 Sept., 

1862, to Francis Stirling Brown Holt (son of Admiral 

William Holt and his wife, Fanny Vesey), lieut. 5th 

fusiliers; died in South America 17 June, 1871, 

ha\'ing had 4 daughters. 

(1) Fanny Vaughan Holt. 

(2) Blanche Machell. (3) Alice. (4) Rose. 
Mrs. Rose Holt (now Barry) re-married, 29 Aug., 
1876, to Rev. Henry Thomas Barry, M.A., and has 
a son and daughter. 

(5) William Henry BARRY, born 30 Sept., 1877. 

(6) Florence Dorothy. 

lek-Se] Emma, married at Calcutta, 27 Jan., 1866, 
to William Gordon Lynch Cotton, exec, engineer, 
P.W.D., India (V. Combermeke), and has 3 sons 
and a daughter. 

Hugh Gordon Cotton, born 23 July, 1869; 

Thomas Calveley, born 8 Sept., 1S73; Jolui 



♦• Thg DGSCGHT OB •♦ 

William Clough, Esq., 

OF CLIFTON HOUSE AND NEWBALD HALL, YORKSHIRE, J. P., 



FROM THE 



151000 iRopal 




of Cnglano. 



EiiWARD I., crowned i9=r=Eleanor (ist wife;, dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. I7june, 1239, Ferdinand III., king of 
d. 7 July, 1307. ] Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Joan of Acre {2nd wife), m.=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
2 May, 1290, d. 10 May, 1 Gloucester and Hereford 
1305. I (1st husband), d. 7 Dec. 

I 1295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir=j=Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of I to parlt., declared traitor, 
Gloucester, m. I May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 

I : 

Philip le Despencer (4th=j=Margaret, dan. and heir of 
son), d. 7 Edward II. (ist I Ralph de Goushill, d. 23 



d. 23T=Joan St 



Philip le Despencer, 
to parlt. 1387-1400. 



. T=Margaret Cobham. 



Sir Philip le Despencer, cf=j=EIizabeth,youngestdau.and 
Nettlested in right of his co-heir of Robert de Tibe- 
wife, d. 2 Henry VI. toft, or Tiptoft (ist wife). 

Margery le Despencer, sole=j=Sir Roger Wentworth, of 
dau. and heir, ni. June, 1423, I Nettlested, J.U., d. 21 Oct. 
d. 20 April, 1478. 1452 (2nd husband). 

Henry Wentworth, of Cod-=j=Elizabeth (ist wife), only 
ham, Essex (2nd son), d. 22 I dau. and sole heir of Henry 
March, 14S2. | Howard. 



Margery Wentworth=j=Sir William Waldegrave, of 
( Smallbridge, Suftbl'k, K.B., 
Ad. 26 Jan. 1 524-5- 






contiuHcd from bchzv. 
Margery Wentworth=j=Sir William Waldegrave. 



Oliver St. John, istLord St. =j= Agnes, dau. of John Fisher, 
John, d. 24 Elizabeth. | of Beds. 



Thomas St. John=p 



Oliver St. John, of Cays-=j=Sarah, dau. of Edwd. Buck- 
hoe, Beds. 1 ley, of Odell, Beds. 



Oliver St. John, of Long-=rElizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
fhorpe, Norlhants, chief | of Henry Cromwell, of yp- 
iustice Common Pleas, d. 31 wood, Hants, m. 1638, 
Dec. 1673, aged 75. | 



St. John(ist wife)=i=Sir John Bernard, Kt. and 
I Bart., d. June, 1679. 

Bernard, d. i740.=pRichard Bentley, master of 
I Trin. Coll.. Camb., 1699, 
vice chancellor 170Q, d. 14 
I July, 1742. ■ 



Johanna Bentley. bapt. i=j=Denison Cumberland, D.D., 
Sept. 1703, d. 27 May, 1775. i bishop of Kilmore, d. Dec. 
I 1774- 

Richard Cumber-=f Elizabeth, only Elizth. Bentley 



land, " the cele- 
brated dramatist." 
d. 7 May. iSii, 
buried in West- 
minster Abbey. 



dau.ofGeo. Ridge, Cumberland 

of Kilraiston, to John Hughes, 

Hants, d. 4 Oct. Esq.=[= 
1801. i. 



Richd.Cum-=j=LadyAIbinia Chas. Cumber- Wm. Cum- 
berland, cap- Hobart. d. 2 land, b. 21 May, berland. rear- 
tain Scots Aug. 1S53. I764,d.23 0ct. adm'. R.N., 
guards. i799-=i= d. Nov. 1832, 
/ \ A aged 67. 



=f=Eliza, dau. of Elizabeth, m. Sophia,ni.to Marianne. 

Charles Pym to Lord E. Wm. Bad- m. to Lt. 

Burt, of Lon- C. Bentinck cock (see p. Jansen 

don, m. 10 (seep. 10). lo).=f= (seep. 10.) 

May, iSoo. A 



William Cumberland,=j=Amelia Ann 
maj. nth Bengal N.I., 1 Cossens, m. 
b. 1S08, d. 1660. -^1837. 



Other 



Julia, m.=pJ.W- Gascoyne, Rosina Cumberland, = John Clough, of Clifton Amelia. 
~ "■ 1869. m. 28 July, i3j3, d.7 I Ho. and Newbald Hall, 

July, 1869." lYprks, d. I2jan. 1865. 



^•A''- 



I Clough. of CI f- John Clough, Edn\und Clough, 13 

I. and Npwbald rector of CUf- murdered near m. ist To i-. I i ho*: 

i863Georgiana, ton, b. 1835, m. Delhi, 1857. S. R Holt. M.A, . 

W. F. HulioD, 1867 Amy, dan. Frederick, b.1845. who d. 1871. husband, 

he d. 1864. of Col. Kenny. = _ j 



John, b. 
Edmund, 
Hugh, b. 






,,=Rev. Henry Emma. m. Belk, m. 1865 to Har- 
. I The:. Barry. i866loW.G. nngton Hudson, E q.. 

L. Coiton, of Bef'singby, and d. 

Esq.= 1879.= 

Hugh Cotion. Harrington. 



[9] 



Barry, 1 

1877. 
Florence. 



Thomas. 

John 



The Descendants of tfie Kings of England. 



Delves Lynch, born 28 Nov., 1881 ; Ella Blanche, 
bora 8 Dec, 1S66. 
\^k.8i\ Belle Blanche, died 7 March, 1879 ; married 
II Jan., 1865. to Harrington Hudson, Esq., of Bles- 
singby, Vorks, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 
Harrington (Hudson), born 7 March, 1867; James, 
bom 7 July, 1869; Evelyn, born 15 Oct., 1865; 
Blanche, born 2 Aug., 1863. 
[8/C--<5V] Florence Mary (Clough), married 13 April, 
187 1, to Major Hame Archbold Reid, 7th hussars, 
s.p. 
{9e-4a) Amelia (Cumberland). 
[6a] Elizabeth (Cumberland, daughter of Richard, see 
page 6;, died at Ramsgate, 30 Sept., 1837, aged 77, 
having married 28 Dec, 1782, to Lord Edward Charles 
Cavendish Bentinck (2nd son of William, 2nd Duke of 
Portland), M.P. Lewes 1766-8, Carlisle 176S-74, Notts 
1775-96. Clitheroe 1796-1S02 ; he died 8 Oct., 1S19, 
having had, with 2 sons, who died s.p., 2 daughters (/). 
(U-jfl) Harriet Elizabeth, died 31 Dec, 1862, having 
married 8 May, 1809, as 2nd wife to Sir William 
Mordaunt Milner, 4th bart., who died 24 March, 1855, 
leaving issue (see Foster's Baronetage). 
(8/-ja) Charlotte Georgiana Sophia, died s.p., 6 Nov., 
1S19, having married 27 April, 1814, as 1st wife to 
Major-Genl. Sir Robert Garrett, K.C.B., of Ellington, 
Isle of Thanet ; he died 13 June, 1S59. 
[6aJ Sophia Bentley (Cumberland, daughter of Richar J, 
see page 6), died about 1823, having married 1st, to 
William Badcock, of Elms House, Leatherhead, educated 
at Charter House, and at Oxford University (only son of 
Jno. Neale Badcock, of Hendon, Middlesex) ; he died 3 
April, 1802 ; she re-married at Walcot church, Bath, 10 
Sept., 1802, to Reece, of ; by her 

1st husband she had 4 sons and 3 daughters (/«). 
■"(1«/-6j) Henry Neale Badcock, born 26 Sept., 1796; 
died 5 March, 179S. 

(2/K-6a) Jonathan Neale Badcock, born 2 Nov., 
1799; married and died s.p.s., at Ticehurst, March, 
iS8i. 

(Sm-6a) Charles Christopher, born 2 March, 1801 ; 
married, but died s.p.l., in London, July, 1880. 
(im-dar) William Richard, midshipman H.M.S. S/.i/el}', 
born 15 Aug., 1792 ; died 3 Dec, 1808. 
(5m-6a) Sophia, born 25 July, 1794, died 2 Dec. fol- 
lowing. 

'(6m-6a) Frances Sophia, born 4 Aug., 1798; died 27 
Sept., 1849; married at Tunbridge, 6 Dec, 1813, to 
(jeorge Ick, of' Antigua, planter (son of William Ick, 
tiee Brodrick) ; he died April, 1842, having had 3 
sons and 2 daughters (n). 

[ln-6m] William Rithard Brodrick, resumed his 
patronymic, late Taylor Exhib., fellosv 1843-58, and 
Bean of Sidney Coll., Cambridge, B. A. 1841, 
M.A. 1845, B.D. 1850, vicar of Peasmarsh since 
1858; born at Antigua, 16 Dec, 1815 ; married ist, 
at Blonorton, Norfolk, 21 July, 1858, Helen, daughter 
of James Goldson, of East Dereham ; she died 1 1 
Dec, 1863, having had 3 daughters. 

(1) Margaret Priscilla Elizabeth (Brodrick), born 
9 May, 1859 ; died 23 Aug., 1875. 

(2) Helen Mai-y, bora 9 Sept., i860. 

(3) Alice Elizabeth, born 26 Aug.. 1S61. 

Rev. W. R. Brodrick married 2ndly, Jan., 1S65, 
Rachel Jane, daughter of Thomas Du'rell Hammond, 
of Jersey, and has had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(4) William Edward Bentinck (Brodrick), bora 10 
Dec, 1865. 

(5) Francis Hatnmond, bom 7 Aug., 1867. 

(6) Harriet Elizabeth Rachel, bora 28 April, 1870 ; 
died I Feb., 1872. 

(7) Maye Annie, bom 15 Feb., 1S73. 

[2n-6w] Charles Cumberland (Brodrick), paymaster 
R.N., born 7 April, 1822; 'married 7 Feb., 1856, 
Mary Anne, daughter of Rev. George' Balleine, 



[I 



rector of St. Martin's, Jersey, and has had 4 sous 
and a daughter. 

(1) Charles Cumberland (Brodrick), bom S Nov., 
1857 ; married 20 July, 1882, Julia Selina.daugh- 
ter of H. Crockford, Esq., of Flackley Ash, Sussex, 
and has a daughter, born 12 Feb., 18S3. 

(2) Arthur Bentley, born 9 Nov., 1858. 

(3) William Bentinck Balleine, bar. -at-law of the 
Inner Temple, born 25 Jan., i860. 

(4) George Leopold McClintock, born 12 Nov., 
1864 ; died 20 Feb., iS65. 

(6) Mary Lilian, born 17 Oct., 1863. 
[3«-6/«] Edward George MacDougall (Brodrick), 
major (late adjutant) 1st Cheshire R. Vols., born 
12 Aug., 1826 ; married 12 Nov., 1861. Bridget, 
daughter of Rev. Lewis F. Thomas, incumbent of 
St. James's, Liverpool (son of Genl. Sir Lewis 
Thomas, C.B.), and has 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

Harry Edward (Brodrick), born 14 Sept., 1862. 

Alfred Cumberiand, born 5 Dec, 1868. 

Ellie Arabella Bridget, bora 7 Dec, 1864. 

Alice Constance Fanny Emma, born 9 March, 1867. 

Annie Florence Bentinck, born 26 June, 1873. 

Frances Kate Gladys Midleton, born 8 Sept., 1883. 
[iit-6m] Emma Frances, born 11 Feb., 1820; mar- 
ried 12 April, 1877, to Kingsnorth Reeve, Esq. 
[5,i-6m] Priscilla Elizabeth, born I July, 1824 ; died 
unmarried May, 1856. 
[Tm-6a) Emma Georgina Bentley (Badcock), bom 15 
July, 1802 ; married 8 Jan., 1822, to Edward (Clough) 
Taylor. Esq., of Kirkham Abbey, Yorks, J.P., D.L. ; 
took the name of Taylor in lieu of his patronymic 
under the will of his great-uncle, h; Rev. Henry 
Goodricke. of Sutton-on-the-Forest, Yorks ; he died 
14 May, 1851, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters (/). 
[I/-7/H] Edward Clough Taylor, late of Kirk- 
ham Abbey, Yorks, J. P., D.L., M.A. ; born 25 
Sept., 1822 ; married I Sept., 1848, Sophia Mary, 
eldest daughter of Rev. Thomas Harrison, of Firby, 
Yorks, and has 3 sons and 3 daughters (?). 

m-ip) Edward Harrison Clough Taylor, capt. 

23rd Royal Welsh fusiliers, bora 19 June. 1849; 

married 17 July, 1880, Lady Elizabeth Campbell, 

daughter of George Douglas, 8th Duke of Argyll, 

K.T., and has a son, 

Edward Lome Frederick, bora 6 Oct., 1881. 

(2|7-//)) Horatio George Clough, bom 12 Oct., 1856. 

(3i/-i/i) Leonard Goodricke Clough, bora 5 Jan., 

1858. 

(itj-ip) Sophia Leonora Clough, married 9 Nov., 

1S75. to Henry Banington Callander, younger son 

of late James Heniy Callander, of Craigforth and 

Ardkinglass, N.B., s.p. (see vol. iii.). 

(bq-ip) Harriet Anna Georgina Clough. 

(6^-7/) Constance Caroline Clough. 
[2p-jm\ Thomas Clough, capt. 41st regt., born 27 
Aug., 1823; died in India, 1859. 
[3/)-7/«] Harriet Mary Anne Clough, died 13 Feb., 
1851. 

[4/>-7w/] Emma Sarah Clough, married 6 Feb., 
1855, to Major Henry Pratt Gore, of 6th regt., who 
died 5 Sept., 1863, leaving 2 sons. 

(1) James Frederick William Gore, of Ceylon, 
born 22 Nov., 1855 ; unmarried. 

(2) Henry John Edward, of Australia, bora 13 
April, 1862 ; unmaiTied. 

r7a] Marianne (youngest daughter of Richard Cumber- 
land, see page 6), married to Charles John Frederick 
Jansen, lieut. 2nd light battalion king's German legion ; 
he died at Tunbridge Wells, 12 Oct., 1810. 

CHARLES CUMBERLAND (ja), in the Blues 
(3rd son of Richard Cumberland, "the 
dramatist"), bom 21 May, 1764; died 12 May, 
i8j5, having married 23 Oct., 1799, Penelope 

o] 



<•>• THS DGSCGDT OB •♦ 

Charles Cumberland Brodrick, 



OF THE ROYAL NAVY, 

FROM THE 



TBlooO laopal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned I9=f Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. lyjune, 1239. Ferdinand III., king 

• ' ■ ! Ci 



d. 7 July, 1307. 



astile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre (2nd wife), m.=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
2 May, 1290, d. 10 May, I Gloucester and Hereford 
1305. I (ist husband), d. 7 Dec. 

I 1295- 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir=i=Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of to parlt., declared traitor, 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Philip le Despencer (4th=f=Margaret, dau. and heir of 
son), d. 7 Edward II. (ist I Ralph de Goushill, d. 23 
husband). I Edward III. 

Philip le Despencer, d. 23=f=Joan Strange. 
Edward II. I 



Philip le Despencer, 
to parlt. 1387- 1400. 



.^Margaret Cobha 



Sir Philip le Despencer, of=j=Elizabeth,youngestdau.and 



Nettlested in right of his 
wife, d. 2 Henry VI 



heir of Robert de Tibe- 
toft, or Tiptoft (ist wife). 



Margery le Despencer, sole=j=Sir Roger Wentworth, of 
dau. and heir, m. June, 1423, I Nettlested, J.U., d. 21 Oct. 
d. 20 April, 1478. 1452 (2nd husband). 



Henry Wentworth, of Cod-=j=Elizabeth (ist wife), only 
ham, Essex (2nd son), d. 22 I dau. and sole heir of Henry 
March, 1482. Howard. 



Margery Wentworth=f=Sir William Waldegrave, of 
I Smallbridge, Suffolk, K.B., 
Ad. 26 Jan. 1524-5. 



Continued abave 



A, 

continued from hettnv. 
Margery Wentworth=f Sir William Waldegrave. 

Margaret Waldegrave=j=Sir John St. John, of Blets- 



OliverSt. John, Ist Lord St.=j= Agnes, dau. of John Fisher, 
John, d. 24 Elizabeth. | of Beds. 

Thomas St. John=j= 



Oliver St. John, of Cays-=i=Sarah, dau. of Edwd. Buck- 
hoe, Beds. I ley, of Odell, Beds. 



=Elizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
of Henry Cromwell, of Up- 
wood, Hants, m. 1638. 



Oliver St. John, of Long-= 
thorpe, Northants, chief 
justice Common Pleas, d. 31 
Dec. 1673, aged 75. 



Elizabeth St. John (ist wife)YSir John, Bernard. Kf. and 
I Bart., d. June, 1679. 

^Richard Bentley, master of 
Trin. Coll.. Camb., 1699, 
vice chancellor 1700, d. 14 
July, 1742. 



Johanna Bernard, d. 1740.- 



Johanna Bentley, bapt. i=pDenison Cumberland, D.D., 
Sept. 1703, d. 27 May, 1775. ] bishop of Kilmore, d. Dec 
I 1774- 



=Elizabeth, only Elizth. Bentley 

dau.ofGeo.Ridge. Cumberland, m. 

of Kilmiston, to John Hughes, 

Hants, d. 4 Oct. Esq.=j= 
1801. A 



Richard Cumber- 
land, " the cele- 
brated dramatist," 
d. 7 May. 



West- 
iter Abbey. 



Richd. Cum- 
berland, capt. 
Scots guards 



>ts gua 
: p. 6). 



:LadyAlbinia Chas. Cum-=pPenelope,wid. Wm.Cumber- 

Hobart, d. 2 berland, b.ji | of D. Dewar, land, rear- 

Aug. 1853. May,i764, d. I Esq., dau. of adml. R.N. 

- -■ ■ V. (see p. 8).= 



'5;"U' 



Henry Neale Badcock, Charles Badcock, Frances Sophia, m. 6=pGeorge(Ick)Br5dri 

d. 5 March, 1798. d. s.p I. July, 1880. Dec. 1813, d. 27 Sept. of Clare Hall, Ar 

Jonathan, d. s.p. 5 M.ar. Wm. Richd., R.N. , 1849. gua, d. Apnl, 1842 



Elizabeth, m. Sophia Bent-^pWm. Badcock Marianne, m. 

tolordE.C. ley, d. 1823. 1 (ist husband), to Lt. Jansen 

Bentinck(see I ofLeatherhead, (see p. 10). 

p. 10). d. 3 Apl. i8o2. 

^ 

ma, ni. 8 Jan.=pEdward Cloiigh 
2. I Taylor, of Kirkham 






Abbey. 



^Rachel Jane Chas. Cum-==Marv Anne, dau. Edwd. George- Bridget, 

(2nd wife), berland I!rod-Tof Rev. George .M., major isi~ofRev. 1 

■ .ofThos. rick, R.N.,b. I Balleine, rector Cheshire rifle , Thomas. 

i.dau. of T. Golc-son,or I D.Hammond, 7 April, 1822. of St. Martin's, vohinteers, b. Liverpool 

East Dereham, shed. 1863. Esq , m. Jan. Jersey, m. 7 Feb. 12 Aug. 1826. 12 Nov. 1 



,,or D.Ha 
I E.^q , 
I .S65. 

Wmiam. 
Francis. 



Emma Frances, m. ,877 
to Kiugsnorth Reevi, 

Priscilla, d. 1856. 



Charles Cumberland Brod- 
rick, b. 5 Nov. 1857. m. 20 
Julv,i882,JuliaSelina,dau. 
of H. Crockford, Esq., of 
Flackley Ash, Sussex. 



[II] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Susannah, widow of David Dewar, Esq., of Enham 
House, Hants, youngest daughter of General 
Edward Mathew (by his wife Lady Jane Bertie, 
3rd daughter of Peregrine, 2nd Duke of Ancaster 
and Kesteven); she died 27 Aug., 1828, aged 
64, having had by this marriage 4 sons and 2 
daughters {r). 

;^1;-] EICHAED EDWAED, of whom presently. 
[2?-J Charles Browrlow, iiiajor-genl. in the army, com- 
manded 96th regt. 1S42-56, born 21 Nov., iSoi ; died 27 
Nov., 1882, having married 2 Aug., 1825. Russell, daugh- 
ter of (Hon.) Archibald Gloucester and Miss Jarvis, of 
Mount Joshua, island of Antigua ; she died 28 June, 1870, 
having had 5 sons and 2 daughters (s). 

{\s 21) Richard Felix Wilson, capt. late 96th regt., 
born 21 May, 1826 ; died 28 June, 1871, having 
married , 1855, Jessie," daughter of 

Landale, of , and had 4 sons and 6 daughters. 

[1] Charles Thomas, born 16 Dec, 1850. 
[2] George Landale, bom 4 June, 1853. 
[3] Richard Landale, born 21 June, 1855. 
[4] 1 entinck Landale, born 3 Jan., 1864. 
[8] Adela Landale, bom 16 Aug., 1857 ; d. y. 
[6] Mary Gertrude Gordon Landale. 
[7] Jessie Landale. [8] Maud Landale. 

[9] Florence. [10] Rose. 

t^s-2r) Charles Burrell, general surveyor India, bora 
21 Feb., 1828 ; died at Bareilly, India, 17 Dec, 1875, 
having married 9 Oct., 1865, Marianne, daughter of 
David Cowan, of New Scone, Perth ; she died 23 
May, 1S69, leaving a son, 

Charles Russell, born 12 Aug., 1866. 
{Zs-2r) George Bentinck, capt. late 96th regt., born 
16 April, 1829 ; married 1st , , Georgina 

Anne, daughter of James Barlow, of ; she 

died , leaving 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] James Bentinck, born I June, 1863. 
[2] Archibald Roland, bom 3 June, 1867. 
[3J Dora Russel, bom 7 July, 1866. 
[4] Adela Georgina, born 22 Sept., 1869. 
Capt. G. B. Cumberland married 2ndly, 
Mary, daughter of Walter Stocker, and has a son and 
daughter. 
[5] Walter Bertie, bom 15 Jan.. 1881. 
[6] Marie. 
{is-2r) Peregrine Bertie, bf Melbourne, born 26 Jan., 
1834; married Lillie , and has 4 sons and 

a daughter. 

Charles Bertie, born , 1871 ; Reginald 

Gloucester ; Cecil George ; Vivian Bentinck ; Adela 
Muriel. 
(5j-.?r) Bentinck Laporte, late lieut. 82nd foot, bom 3 
Dec, 1839. 

^s-2r) Georgiana Penelope, died 7 July, 1877. having 
married 29 April, 1856, to William Archibald Eyton, 
capt. 96th regt. (3rd son of Thomas Eyton, of Eyton, 
Salop); he died 11 Sept., 1869, having had 2 sons and 
6 daughters (f). 

\\t-6s\ William Charles Campbell (Eyton), born 2 
Nov., 1859. 

[2/-6i| Archibald Cumberland, born 29 Aug , 1866. 
ifit-6s\ Violet Elizabeth, born 10 Aug., 1857; mar- 
ried 9 Oct., 1878, to Rev. Francis Robert Dayrell, 
B.A. Emanuel Coll., Camb., 1874; curate of 
Baschurch and Little Ness since 1875, and has a son 
and daughter, 

Francis William (Dayrell), born 9 June, 1S82. 
Violet Elizabeth Mildred, bom 24 Dec, 1879. 
Rose Adela Russel, born 10 June, i860. 
Lilias Agnes Charlotte, bom 30 July, 1861. 
6/-6f] Isabel Georgina, born 25 Aug., 1862. 
"' ■■ Evelyn Margaret, born 6 Sept., 1863. 
Mabel Ella Lucy, died 31 Oct., 1870. 



[I.] 



(7j-2r) Adela Russell (Cumberiand). 
[3r] Bentinck Harry, lieut. -col. in the army, capt. 96th 
regt., born 30 Nov., 1803 ; died s.p. 30 June, 1881, 
having married 25 Nov., 1833, Margaret Tryon, 3rd 
daughter of General Edmund Fanning, lieut.-gov. of 
Nova Scotia, and also of Prince Edward Island. 
[4r] George Burrell, major 42nd Highlanders, born 10 
March, 1804 ; died 22 May, 1865, having married 9 Sept., 
1845, Margaret Delicia, younger daughter of General Sir 
John Macleod, K.C.H., C.B., col. 77th regt., and had 3 
sons and 3 daughters (z/). 

(l?'-4;-) George Bentinck Macleod, major the Black 
Watch, (42nd) Royal Highlanders, 1883. wounded in 
Ashantee campaign, 1874. and dangerously wounded 
in Egj'ptian campaign, 18S2, A. D.C. to Gov. and 
Comr. -in-chief, Ceylon, 18&2; born 22 June, 1846. 
{2v-4r) Charles Sperling, capt. East Lancashire regt., 
1882. bora 5 Dec, 1847. 

('ic/-4r) Ferdinand Brook, bom 25 May, 1857 ; died 
31 March, 1882. 

{'ki-4r) Elizabeth Penelope, married 24 Nov., 1875, to 
Alexander Dick-Cunyngham, 2nd surviving son of late 
Sir W. H. Dick-Cunyngham, Bart., and has a son and 
daughter. 

George Ahster Dick-Cunvngham, bora 11 May, 
18S1 ; Katharine Mary Delicia, born 21 Jan., 1883. 
(bv-^r) Maude Fraser. (6z/-^) Amabel Mary. 

[5/-] Priscilla. born 23 Nov., 1807 ; died 30 Dec, 1812. 
[6>-] Georgina, mairied at Broadwater. Sussex, 12 Sept., 
1S31, to Rev. Henry William Stuart, chaplain E.I.C.S., 
who died 5 Oct., 1 856, having had 3 sons and 3 
daughters («'). 

(\w-6r) Henry Cumberland Stuart, incumbent of 

Wragby, Yorkshire, since 1863, M.A. Ch. Coll., 

Camb., 1859, born 31 Jan., 1S33 : married 7 Aug., 

1858, Eleanor Caroline, daughter of Lt.-Col. Charles 

Bevan and his wife, Mary Dacres ; she died 18 May, 

1880. aged 69. 

{2w6r) Charies Bentinck George (Stuart), born 9 July, 

1843. 

(Sw-6r) Arthur Edward (Stuart), bom 21 Dec, 1850, 

married June, 1880, Mary Halton, 2nd daughter of 

late William Jephson, of Sutton, Notts, s.p. 

i4w-6r) Georgina Adela Anna. 

(5u'-6r) Mary Emily Eliza. 

(6w-6;-) Alice Rosalind Bertie. 

RICHARD EDWARD CUMBERLAND, of 
Middlecave House, Yorkshire, comr. R.N. 
(eldest son of Charles and Penelope Cumberland), 
born 23 Sept., 1800; died 2 April, 1882, having 
married 1st, ig Jan., 1828, Penelope Mary, younger 
daughter of Dr. Bankhead ; she died 15 April, 
1836; he married 2ndly, 26 April, 1838, Adela, 
daughter of Rev. Henry Garioch Vernon, rector 
of Bromley, Esse.x ; she died s.p. 27 April, 1863. 
By his ist wife he had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Richard Raymond, lieut. 6ist Bengal N.I., bora 22 

Nov., 1828 ; died unmarried at Walcot, co. Lincoln, 12 

April, 1854. 

[2] CHARLES EDWAED, named on page 3. 

[3] William Bentinck, col. R.A., born 21 July, 1833 ; 

married at Wimbledon. 5 Sept., 1865, Louisa Anna, 

youngest daughter of Brigadier-Genl. Manson, C.B., 

R.A., and has a son and 2 daughters. 

Louis Bertie, born I July, 1S70; Adela Mary; Norah 

Harriet. 
[4] Vemon Henry, bora 26 Jan., 1836 ; died 16 March,' 
1837. 

[5J Penelope Maria Elizabeth, unmarried. 
[6] Emma Anne, unmarried. 
[7J Adela Sophia, died young, Aug., 1836. 



-*-• Thg DGsceriT ob ••» 
REV. HENRY CUMBERLAND STUART, M.A., 

INCUMBENT OF JVRAGBV, YORKSHIRE, 



151000 Eogal 




of CnfflanD. 



Ki.WARD t., crowned i9=f=Eleanoi- (1st wife), dan. ot 
Aug. 1274, b. I7june, 1239, I Ferdinand III., 'king of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre (2nd wife). m.=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
2 May, 1290, d. 10 May, i Gloucester and Hereford 
1305. I (1st husband), d. 7 Dec. 

I 1295- 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir=j=Hugh !e De=;pencer, sum. 
of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of to parlt., declared traitor, 
Gloucester, m. I May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 

Philip le Despencer (4th=j=Margaret, dau. and heir of 
son), d. 7 Edward II. (ist Ralph de Goushill, d. 23 
husband). I Edward III. 



Philip le Despencer, d. 23=j=Joan Strange. 
Edward IT, | 



Philip le Despencer, 
%o park. 1387- 1400. 



-f=Marga 
I 



Sir Philip le Despencer, of=f=Elizabeth,youngestdau.and 
Nettlested in right of his 1 co heir of Robert de Tibe- 
wife, d. 2 Henry VI. | toft, or Tiptoft (ist wife). 

Margery le Despencer, sole=pSir Roger Wentworth, of 
dau. and heir, m. June, 1423, I Nettlested, J.u., d. 21 Oct. 
d. 20 April, 1478. I 1452 (2nd husband). 



Henry Wentworth, of Cod-=j=Elizabeth (ist wife), only 
ham, Essex (2nd son), d. 22 I dau. and sole heir of Henry 
March, 1482. Howard. 



Margery Wentworth=j=Sir William Waldegi'ave, of 
I Smallbridge, Suffolk, K.R., 
/kd. 26 Jan. 1524-5. 
A, 
continued ai'oz'e. 



A, 

continued from below. 
Margery Wentworth=j=Sir William Waldegrave. 

Margaret Waldegrave=f=Sir John St. John, of Blets- 
I hoe. 

f John Fisher, 



Oliver St. John, istLord St.=j=Agnes, 
John, d. 24 Elizabeth. I of Bed; 



Thomas St. John= 



Oliver St. John, 
hoe, Beds. 



if Cays-=f=Sar.ih, dau. of Edwd. Buck- 
I ley, of Odell, Beds. 



OUver St. John, of Long-=f Elizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
thorpe, Northants, chief j of Henry Cromwell, of Up- 
justice Common Pleas, d. 31 wood, Hants, m. 1638. 
Dec. 1673, aged 75. | 



Elizabeth St. John (1st wife)= 



=Sir John Bernard, Kt. 
Bart., d. June, 1679. 



Johanna Bernard, d. l740.=i=Richard Bentley, master of 
I Trin. Coll.. Camb., 1699, 
vicech.ancellor 1700, d. 14 
I July, 1742. 



Johanna Bentley. bapt. i=f=Denison Cumberland, D.D 
■ "risho] ' . ^ 

774- 



Sept. 1703, d. 27 May, 1775. I bishop of Kilmore, d. Dec. 
I 17 



Richard Cumber-=f=Elizabeth, only Eliztli. Bentley 

land, "the cele- dau.ofGeo.Ridge. Cumberland, m. 

brated dramatist," of Kilmiston, to John Hughes, 

d. 7 May. 181 1, Hants, d. 4 Oct. Esq.=f= 
buried in West- l8oi. /K 

minster Abbey. 



Richd.Cum-=f=LadyAlbinia Chas. Cumber-= 

berland,cap- I Hobart. d. 2 land, b.2I May, 

tain Scots Aug. 1853. : 764, d. 23 Oct. 

guards. I799- 



=Penelope Su- Wm. Cum- Elizabeth, m. Sophia, m.to Marianne, 

sannah, widow berland.rear- to Lord E. Wni. Bad- m. to Lt. 

of D. Dewar, adml. R.N. C. Bentinck cock (see p. Jansen 

Esq., dau. of (seep. 8). =i= (seep. 10). io).=f= (see p. 10.) 

Genl.Mathew. X\ /k 



Richard =pMary The 
Cumber- 1 resa.dau.ofT 
land, capt. 1 Milner Cole 
Scots fusi- Esq., she d 
lier grds., 1 i.June,i842 
d. 1870. A 


Albinia, m. Eichd.Edud. Chas. Ur 
toA.Gordon, Cumberland, Cumb-rb 
of Elton (see comr. RN. major ge 
p. 6). =j= (see p. I2).=f= (see p. 12 

A A 


ownl.iw Eenti .ck Geo. Bnrrell Georgina, m.==Rev. Hen. Wm. 
nd, Harry.col. Cumberlan-l, at Broadwater, TStuart, chaplain 
1. R.A. in the major 42nd Sussex,i2Sept. E.I.C.S., d. 5 
.== army, m. Highlanders .831. Oct. 1856. 


Hen' Cumberland Stuart,= 
incumbent of Wr,icby, 
Vork-s, .B63, M.A. Christ 
Coll. Camb. .S59, b. 31 
Jan. .833. 


=Eleanor Caroline, Chirles Bentinck 
dau.ofLt.-Col.Chas. George Stuart, 
Bevan (and Mary b. 9 July, 1843. 
Dacrcs his wife), ra. 7 


Arthur Edward=MaryHalton, 2nddau. Ge'orginI Adela Annx 
Stuart.b. 21 Dec. of late William Jeph- Mary Emily Eliza. 
,850. son, of Sutton. Notts, Alice Rosalind Bertie, 
m. June, 1=80. 



[13] 



♦• a"iHe + Descent + OB •♦ 
The Rt. Rev. THE BISHOP OF ST. ANDREWS, d.c.l., 



AND HIS BROTHER, 



The Rt. Rev. THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN, d.d.,''d.c.l., 



OBtooD Eog:.I 



Edward I.j crowned l9=j=Eleanor (1st wife), df 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307; I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 




cf €ng1anX 



Joan of Acre, d. io May,--rGilbert de Clare, Earl of 

1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester and Hereford 

I (lsihusband),d.7Dec.l295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-h. of=pHugh le Despencer, sum. 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of I to park. ; declared traitor ; 
Gloucester, m. I May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Elizabeth Despencer=f=Sir Maurice Berkeley, sum. 
I to parlt. 1362-136S. 



Sir James Berkeley, of Rag-=i=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h. of 
land, knt., d. 13 June, 1409. Sir John Bluet, of Kagland, 
knt. 



JamesBerkeley, nephew and=i=Isabel {2nd wife), widow of 
heir male of 'I'homas, Lord I Henry Ferrers, son and 
Berkeley ; he had sum. to heir of William, 5th Lord 
parlt. 1421-1461, d. Nov. | Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
1463. I Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 

Norfolk. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd son, =f Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
d. , 1507. I Mead, of Bristol, d. 151 7. 

James Berkeley, of Thorn-=rSusan WaJdall, 
bury (3rd son). | Veel. 






^ 



Sir Thomas Perrott,=j=Mary Berkeley,^SirThomas Johnes 
of Haroldstone, co. I dau. and heir./f^(2nd husband), 



Pembroke (1st hus- 
band). ^ 



Robert Whit- 
ney (3rd husband). 



continued from below. 
Sir Thomas Perrott (1st husbd.)=f=Mary Berkeley. 

Sir John Perrott, of Harold-^ Anne (rst wife), dau. of Sir 
stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
Ireland 1583, admiral of the=i=Jane Pollard (2nd wife), 
fleet, died in the Tower. | 

Anne Perrott (1st wife)=pSir John Philipps, of Picton 
I Castle, Pembroke, bart., d 
I 27 March, 1629. 



Olive Philipps (5th dau.)=j=Sampson Lort, of East 
moor and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke. 



Elizabeth Lort ( 1st wife), m.=rCharles Lloyd, of Dolobran, 
II Nov. 1661, d. 7 Feb. co. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 
1685. 1637, d. 26tU .^d. month, 

I 1698. 



SampsonLloyd,of Birming-=j=Mary (2nd wife), dau. ef 

ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, m. I Ambrose Crowley, of Stour- 

5 X. 1695, d. 3 i. 1724. bridge, sister of Sir Am- 

brose Crowley, died 1st ix. 

I month, 1770, .iged 93. 

I ' 

Sarah ( 1st wife),=T=Sampson Lloyd,=i=Rachel (2nd wife), 



of' Richard 1 of Birminghs 
Parkes, of Oaks- banker, b. 1699, 
well Hall, CO. I d. 1779 (see pp. 
Staff. A146, 155). 



of Nehemiah 
Champion, of Bris- 
tol, m. 1731, d. 
1766. 



Charles Lloyd, of Birming-=T=Mary, only dau. of Joseph 
ham, b. 22 viii., 174S, d. 16 Farmer, Esq., of Bingley 
Jan. 1828. House, Warwickshire, d. 

1S21. 



Chas. Lloyd PriscillaLloyd,=j=Rev.Chrisr.Words- OliviaLloyd, MaryLloyd.m. Anna Lloyd, Agatha, ni. to 
and 6 brothers b. 6 Oct. 1 78 1, | worth, master of m. to P. M. to Ceo. Braith- m. to Isaac Jas. Pearson, of 
' ' ■ - ''^- -"-■ ■ '^ - - '"-" '-- L ' ■- -■■ ' <" " -'-hwaite P.irminr;ham 



p. m. 6 Oct. 1804, I Trin.Coll.,Cri 

d 7 Oct. 1815. I 1820-41, d. 2 Feb. 
I 1846. 



, d.s.p. 



t;(seep.iS 

A 



(see p. I9).=T= (see p. 2o).=j= 
k A 



John Wordsworth, Cbnrlotte (ist=CharlesWords*orth, = Kath3i 

fellow ofTrin. C"ll., wife), dau. of I DishopofSt.Andrews, | wife), dau. of Rev. W B. Bishop "of Lincoln, D.D., 

Ca:nb.,i830, d.unra. Rev. George | etc , U.C.L., b. 1606. I Barter, of Burghcleie, D.C.L., b. 1807, 

1839. VI6.1. I I Hants, m. 28 Oct. 1846. 





1 


ChaJlotte 
Emmeline. 


Charles Saml.,=Emily, 3rd dau. ' Robert.' ' 
rector of Old 1 ol R.v. C. H.C Widiam. 
Swinford, b. Craufurd, M.A. John. 
1848. 1 Katharine. 
1 Margaret. 

1 



-Emily. Jhn.Word 



Rev. H. O. Coxe. Rtv., 



i.'ly'coi 



[14 



Christopher. 
NVilUam. 




WORDSWORTH, RIGHT REV. CHARLES, 
lord bishop of St. Andrews, Dunkeld, and 
Dunblane since 1853, capt. of Harrow eleven 
1824-5, Christ Church, Oxford, Latin verse prize 
1827, 4th in inter-university boat-race 1829, in 
university eleven 1826-9, B.A. 1830, first class 
in classics, Latin essay, 1831, hon. D.C.L. 1853, 
second master of Winchester College 1835-45, 
first warden of Trinity College, Glenalmond, 
1846-54 (eldest son of Rev. Christopher Words- 
worth and Priscilla Lloyd, see page 21 ); i8th 
IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD L ; bom 22 Aug., 
1806; married ist, 29 Dec, 1835, Charlotte, 
daughter of Rev. George Day, rector of Ear- 
sham, Norfolk; she died 9 May, 1839, leaving a 
daughter, 

[I] Charlotte Emraeline, born 9 May, 1839. 

Bishop Wordsworth married 2ndly, 28 Oct., 
1 846, Katharine Mary, daughter of Rev. William 
Brudenell Barter, of Burghclere, Hants (and his 
wife, Sarah Sweet Escott, of Hartrow House, 
Somerset), and has had 5 sons and 7 daughters. 

[2] Charles Samuel, M.A., University Coll., 0.xon, 
1S79, rector of Old Swinford, co. Worcester, since 1878, 
born 30 March, 1848; married 17 April, 1879, Emily, 
3rd daughter of Rev. Charles Henry Cregan-Craufurd, 
M.A., rector of Old Swinford aforesaid (see Foster's 
Baronetage), and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Charles William, born 19 Feb., 1880 ; Christopher 
Robert, born 18 Oct., 1S81 ; Emily Constance, bora 
28 Jan., 18S3. 
[3] Robert Walker, born 30 July, 1849. 
[4] William Barter, born 4 Aug., 1S50. 
[S] Kenneth Andrew, born 14 May, 1853 ; died 16 May, 
1862. 

[6] John Roundell, born 14 Feb., 1S66. 
[7] Katharine Mary, born 19 March, 1S52. 
[8] Margaret Walker, born 16 April, 1854. 
[9] Emily Sarah, born 24 July, 1856. 
[10] Edith Louisa, born 17 Sept., 1857. 

[II] Mary Barbara, born 24 April, 1859. 
[12] Louisa Caroline, born 19 April, 1S61. 
[13] Harriet Susan, born 26 Sept., 1868. 



-Bishops' Hall, St. Andrews, N,B. 





[I 



The Descent df 
Right Rev. Charles Wordsworth, D.C.L. , 

Bishop of 

St. Andrews, Dunkeld, and Dunbl.\ne, 

FROJi the Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD L, so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; born at Westminster, 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand UL, king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

TOAN OF ACRE, born there 1272; died 10 
J May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (surnamed "The 
Red"), earl of Gloucester and Hertford; he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 
issue ; JOAN OF ACRE had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

T7 LEANOR DE CLARE, sister and co-heir of 
■L^ Gilbert, Earl of Gloucester, who fell at 
Bannockbum, 24 June, 1314, s.p. ; married ist, 
I May, 1306, to Hugh Despencer, a favourite of 
Edward L ; summoned to parliament as Hugoni 
5] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



le Desjiencer, juniori, from 29 July, 8 Edward II., 
1314, to 10 Oct., 19 Edward II., 1325; hanged 
29 Nov., 1326; declared a traitor by act of par- 
liament, and his honours forfeited, his wife and 
family imprisoned in the Tower ; she re-married, 
as 2nd wife, to William la Zouch (younger son of 
Robert, Lord Mortimer, of Richards Castle}, had 
summons first as William la Zouche, and after- 
wards as William la Zouch de Mortimer, 1327-37, 
and died 30 June, 1337. By her 1st husband she 
had, with other issue a daughter, 

ELIZABETH DESPENCER, married to Sir 
Maurice Berkeley (eldest son of Thomas 
Berkeley, of Beverston Castle, by his wife Margaret, 
daughter of Roger Mortimer, Earl of March) ; he 
had summons to parliament 14 Aug., 36 Edward 
III., 1362, to 24 Feb., 42 Edward III., 1368 ; said 
to have died 8 June, 1367, buried in St. Augustine's 
Abbey, and had, with 2 daughters, 4 sons, of 
whom the 2nd, viz., 

SIR JAMES BERKELEY, of Ragland, Knt., 
governor of Tretour Castle, co. Pembroke, 
1402 ; he married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of 
Sir John Bluet, Knt.; she (re-married to William 
Thomas, Esq.) brought Ragland manor and other 
estates to her ist husband, who died 13 June, 
1409, buried in St, Augustine's Abbey, had 2 
sons, of whom the elder, 

JAMES BERKELEY, nephew and heir male 
of Thomas Berkeley, summoned 1382-1416, 
succeeded to the castle and lands of Berkeley 
under an entail made by his great-grandfather, 
Thomas, 3rd lord ; he had summons to parliament 
20 Oct., 1421, to 23 May, 1461 ; he died 22 Oct., 
3 Edward IV., 1463, buried in Berkeley Church ; 

he married ist, , daughter of Sir Humphrey 

Stafford, of Hoke, Dorset; she died s.p., and he 
married 2ndly, Isabel, widow of Henry Ferrers (son 
and heir of William, 5th Lord Ferrers, of Groby), 
daughter of Thomas, and cousin and co-heir of 
John Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk; she died 29 
Sept., 1452, buried at the Grey Friars, Glouces- 
ter ; he married 3rdly, Joane, daughter of John 
Talbot, ist Eari of Shrewsbury, s.p. (she re-mar- 
ried to Edmund Hungerford) ; by his 2nd wife he 
had, with 3 daughters, 4 sons, of whom 

MAURICE BERKELEY (2nd son), styled 
Maurice Berkeley, Esq., mad.e partition 
with the Earl of Surrey of the Mowbray inherit- 
ance, but was not summoned to parliament ; he 
died 1507, having married Isabel, daughter of 
Sir Philip Mead, of Bristol ; she died 1517, buried 
at the Augustine (Austin) Friafs, London, having 
had, with a daughter, 3 sons. 

[1] Sir Maurice. K.B., summoned to parliament 1522 ; 
mairicd and died s.p. 12 Sept., 1523. 



[2] Sir Thomas, constable of Berkeley Castle, died 22 

Jan., 1533 ; ancestor of the Earl of Berkeley. 

[3] James, of Thornbury, married Susan Weddall, widow, 

ni-e Veel, and had a daughter. 

Mary Berkeley, heir of her father, married Ist to 
Sir Thomas Perrott, of Haroldstone, co. Pembroke ; 
she re-married to Sir Thomas Johnes, Knt., of Aber- 
marles, Carmarthenshire, by whom she had 4 sons 
and 3 daughters ; she is said to have re-married lastly 
to Sir Robert Whitney ; by her 1st husband she had, 
with other issue, a son, viz., 

SIR JOHN PERROTT, of Haroldstone, co. 
Pembroke, K.B., lord-deputy of Ireland 1583, 
Knight of the Bathatthe coronationof EdwardVL, 
P.C. Queen Elizabeth, president of Munster 1572, 
admiral of the fleet at the time of the meditated 
invasion of Ireland by the Spaniards, subsequently 
(J58S) tried and condemned for high treason, but 
respited, and died in the Tower ; made his will 
3 May, 1592 ; he married ist, Anne, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Cheney, K.G., and had a son. Sir 
Thomas ; he married 2ndl3', Jane Pollard, and 
had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 145), a 
daughter, 

Anne Perrott, married, as ist wife, to Sir John 
Philipps, of Picton Castle, Pembroke, etc.. Baronet, so 
created 9 Nov., 1621 ; he died 27 March, 1629, having 
had, with numerous issue, a daughter, 

Olive Philipps (5th daughter), married to Sampson 
Lort, of Eastmoor (or East Meare) and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke, high sheriff 1649 (brother of Sir Roger Lort, 
created a baronet 15 July, 1662), and had a daughter, 
viz., 

ELIZABETH LORT, bom 2 Nov., 1633, died 
7 Feb., 1685, having married 11 Nov., 1661, 
as ist wife, to Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, co. 
Montgomery*, of Jesus Coll., 0.\on, a magistrate 
for the county, and nominated for the shrievalty 
(son and heir of Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, by 
his wife Elizabeth Stanley, see lineage, page 156); 
bom 9 Dec., 1637; died 26th nth month, 1698; 
he married 2ndly, 8 Feb , 1686, Ann Laurence, 
of Lea, CO. Hereford ; she died s.p. 2 March, 1708 
(inscription states 6th month, 1708). By his ist 
wife he had, with other issue (see'vol. i., page 145), 
a son, 

SAMPSON LLOYD, of Lea, near Leominster, 
and of Birmingham, iron merchant ; born at 
Welshpool, 26 Feb., 1664; died 3, buried 16 xi., 
1724, having married ist, 1685, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Sybil Good, Esq., of ; she died 10 
April, 1692, having had 4 daughters (see vol. i., 
page 146); he married 2ndly, 5 x., 1695, Mar)', 
daughter of Ambrose Crowley, Esq., aforesaid; 
she bom 15 Sept., 1677 ; died ist 9th month, 
1770, aged about 93, having had, with other issue 
(see vol. i., page 146), a son. 



Charles Lloyd joined the Society of Friends m : 
irisoned (with his wife) in Welshpool gaol for 
ount of his religious principles. 



L16J 



♦• Thg + Desceut + OB •♦ 

William Fry Foster, Esq, 

OF LE COURT, HANTS, D.L. FLINTSHIRE, 

FROM THE 



131000 Eogal 




cf €ngIanD. 



Edward I., crowned ig=pEleanor (ist wife), clau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, d. lo May,^rGilbert de Clare, Earl of 

1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester and Hereford 

I (isihusband),d. 7 Dec. 1295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-h. of=pHugh le Despencer, sum. 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of I to parlt. ; declared traitor ; 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. | hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Elizabeth Despencer=j=Sir Maurice Berkeley, sum. 
I to parlt. 1362-1368. 

Sir James Berkeley, of Rag-=j=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h. of 



land, knt., d. 13 June, 1409. 



Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 



knt. 



JamesBerkeley. nephew and=j=Isabel (2nd wife), widow of 
heir male of Thomas, Lord I Henry Ferrers, son and 
Berkeley ; he had sum. to heir of William, 5lh Lord 
parlt. 1421-1461, d. Nov. | Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
1463. ' I Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 

I Norfolk. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd son, =j=lsabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
d. ,1507. Mead, of Bristol, d. 151 7. 

James Berkeley, of Thorn-=i=Susan Waddall, widow, 7u'c 
bury (3rd son). Veel. 



Sir Thomas Perrott,^ 
of Haroldstone, co. 
Pembroke (1st hus- 



Mary Berkeley,=SirThomas Johnes 
dau. and heir./|\(2nd husband). 

=Sir Robert Whit- 
/|\ ney (3rd husband). 



continued from bel&iu.. 
Sir Thomas Perrott (1st husbd.)=f=Mary Berkeley. 

SirJohnPerrott, ofHaroId-=Anne (1st wife), dau. of Sir 
stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
Ireland 1583, admiral of the=j=Jane Pollard (2nd wife), 
fleet, died in the Tower. | 



Anne Perrott (1st wife)=j=Sir John Philipps, of Picton 
I Castle, Pembroke, bart., d! 
I 27 March, 5639. 



Olive Philipps (5th dau.)=j=Sampson Lort, of East- 
I moor and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke. 



Elizabeth Lort (ist wife), m.=j=Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, 
II Nov. 1661, d. 7 Feb. I co. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 
16S5. 1637, d. 26th xi. month. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Birming-= 
ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, m. 
5 X. 1695, d. 3 i. 1724. 



=Mary (and wife), dau. of 
Ambrose Crowley, of Stour- 
bridge, sister of Sir Am- 
brose Crowley, died 1st ix. 
month, 1770, aged 93. 



Sarah (ist wife).=j=Sampson Lloyd,=f=Rachel (2nd wife), 
dau. of Richard I of Birmingham, | dau. of Neheiniah 
Parkes, of Oaks- banker, b. 1699, Champion, of Bris- 
well Hall, CO. | d. 1779 (see pp. tol, m. 1731, d. 
Staff. I 146, 155). I 1766. 



Sampson Lloyd, of=f Rachel, dau. of Saml. Charles 
Bordesley, co. War- Barnes, of London, d. (see vol. 
wick, d. 27 Dec. 1807. 20 March, 1814. i.,p.i56). 



Saml.,ofBir- Richard, of Alfred^ 

mingham, m. Allesley,m. Goldic 

Rachel Brai- Elizth.Har- 

thwaite (see man(seevol 

vol. i., p. 150). i., p. 146). 



of 



Sarah Lloyd.=f=Jos. Foster, Elizth..m. 

m. II Nov. of Bromley to John 

m. Anna 1785, d. 8 | Hall, Essex, Biddle 

Lloyd (see Sept. 1S47. Id. 9 June, (see vol. i., 

vol. i., p. 1S35. p. 148). 

148). 



Joseph TalwiQ Sampson Foster, of= 
Foster, m. Mary Le Court, Peters- 
Tweedy, and field, Hants, d. 9 
d.s.p. 1S61. Aug. 1870. 



wifetoGeo. 
Birkbeck, 
M.D. (see 
vol. i.. p. 
150).^= 

Mary, dau. of Rachel, m. 1823 Anne, m. toRich. Lucy Foster, Wm. Lloyd Birkbeck, Down- 

William Fr}', to Jas. Foster, of Janson, of Lon- living unmar- ing professor of laws, Camb. 

of London, d. London, who don (seep. i8).= ried. Univ. .since i860, bar. at-law 

13 March, 1860. d.s.p. 1861. ' A ' Lincoln's Inn, M.A. Trin. 

• Coll., Camb., 1833, b. 1806. 



Rachel Charlotte, 

andAnnie, m. to 

m.toW.P. Thomas 

Summer- Phelps, 

field (see Esq. (see 

vol. i., p. vol. i., pp. 

148). 14S-9)- 



William Fry=.Car( 
Foster, of Le I of E 
Court, b, 1825, lide 
m. 1850. 



'Rev'^C. Whit- re° 
more, M.A.,m. Gr 



Foster, = Letitia, dau. of Edwd.Henry, Chas.Jas.=Anna,da 
or of I Ven. Benjamin b. 1839, m. Foster, b. | ot Ven. 
atham, I Philpot, m. 1874. Mary, 1844. I Philpo 

83o. 1862, d. 1874. dau. of Rev. 

R. Hollings. 



Sarah. 



Reginald C, Geiti 



Syhilla. 
Florence 
Helen. 
Lucy. 



Turville, b. 1863. 
Percival, b. 1871. 
Bertram, b. .873. 
Raymond, b.1874. 



Archibald Sampson, I 

Chrvstabel. 

Nurah. 

KacheL 



[^7] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



SAMPSON LLOYD, of Old Park House, Bir- 
mingham, banker and ironmaster, purchased 
"Owen's Farm" 1743 (son of Sampson Lloyd 
and Mary Crowley, see page ); bom at Bir- 
mingham, 15 v., 1699, died 30 Nov., 1779; he 
married ist, 29 Sept., 1727, Sarah, daughter of 
Richard Parkas, Esq., of Oakswell Hall, co. 
Stafford, and of Birmingham ; she died 16 iii., 
1729, aged 29 [leaving an only son, Sampson, 
father, by Rachel Barnes, of 7 sons and 10 daugh- 
ters (see vol. i., page 146), of whom the eldest, 
Sarah, wife of Joseph Foster, see note below] ; he 
married 2ndly, 17 Sept., 1731, Rachel, daughter 
of Nehemiah Champion, of Bristol ; she born 30 
March, 1712, and died 16 Sept., 1766, having had, 
with other issue (see vol. i., page 156), a son, 

CHARLES LLOYD, of Birmingham, banker, 
and of Bingley House, Warwickshire (by 
devise of his brother Nehemiah), bom 22 viii., 
1748; died 16 Jan., 1828; married .1774. 

Mary, only daughter of James Farmer, Esq., of 



Bingley House, Warwickshire ; she died 9 Dec, 

1821, aged 71, having had, with 7 sons (see vol. i., 
page 157). 7 daughters [a). 

[lo] Priscilla (Lloyd), born 7 May, died 5 June, 1777. 
[2rt] PEISCIILA (Lloyd), married to Christopher Words- 
worth, of whom see page 21. 

[3«] Olivia (Lloyd), bom 7 March, 1783 : died s.p. 
Dec, 1854, having married, at Birmingham, 3 Aug., 
iSoS, to Paul Moon James, of Wake Green, Worcester- 
shire, J. P., and of Birmingham, banker, high bailiff 1834; 
he died 13 July, 1854. 
[4a] Mary (Llo)d), bom i June, 1784 ; died 22 Nov., 

1822, having married 19 March, 1806, to George Braith- 
waite, of Kendal; he died 23 Nov., 1853, having had 6 
sons and 3 daughters (1^). 

(\h-4a) George (Braithwaite), born 27 Aug., 1808 ; 
died 27 Feb., 1810. 

(Zb-4a') George (Braithwaite), bom 21 July, 1810; 
died unmarried 22 May, 1865. 

(Zf>-4a) Thomas (Braithwaite), born I May, 1816; un- 
married. 

(V>-4c7) Samuel (Braithwaite, twin with James), bom 
25 April, 1820 ; died 7 March, 1870 ; married 3 
March, 185S, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Halters- 
ley, and had 3 sons. 

[1] George Henry (Braithwaite). born 9 April, 1859. 



CAR AH FOSTER, «.y LLOYD (eldest daughter of 

^5 Sampson Lloyd, of Bordesley, co. Warwick, and 

of Birmingham, banker, by his wife Rachel Barnes, see 

vol. i., page 146), born 28 Oct., 1764 ; died at Stamford 

Hill, Middlesex, 8 Sept., 1847 ; married at Henley-in- 

Arden 11 Nov., 1785, to Joseph Foster, of Bromley Hall, 

Essex ; he died there 9 June, 1835, aged 74, having had 

4 sons and 5 daughters. 

[1] Robert (Foster), born at Bromley Hall 11 Sept., 

1786 ; died there 20 Jan., 1798. 

[2] Joseph Talwin (Foster), of Williams, Foster, and Co., 

born at Bromley 3 Jan., 1794: died s.p. at Stamford Hill 

I Feb., l86t ; inarried at Falmouth 13 Oct., 1825, Mary, 

daughter of William Tweedy, of Falmouth, banker ; she 

died s.p. 16 May, 1871. 

[3] SAMPSON, of whom immediately. 

[4] Robert (Foster), born at Bromley 4 Nov., 1802 ; 

died unmarried at Stamford Hill 9 Sept., 1841. 

[5] Rachel(Fpster), born at Bromley Hall 10 April, 1788 ; 

died s.p. at Staimford Hill 12 Aug., 1862 ; married 14 May, 

1823, to her 2nd cousin, James, 2nd son of Robert Foster, 

of Hebblethvvaite Hall, Yorkshire ; he died 20 Jan., 1861. 

[6] A daughter, born at Bordesley 16 March, {790; died 

at Bromley 10 April following. 

[7] Anne (Foster), born at Bromley 16 July, 1795; died 

7 Nov., 1881 ; married at Plai^tow i Jan., 1828, as and 

wife, to Richard Janson, of London, stockbroker ; he 

died 18 July, 1830, leaving a son, 

Richard J^NgoN, born 3 March, 1829; married at 

Farnham, Surrey, 7 May, 1863, Mary, daughterof Robert 

Clark, of that place, and has a daughter, Gertrude Mary. 

[8] Sarah (Foster), born at Bromley 13 June, 1805 ; died 

at Stamford Hill 28 March, 1861. 

[9] Lucy (Foster), born at Bromjey 13 Nov.. :8io. 

SAMPSON FOSTER, of Le (Court, Petersfield, Hants, 
sometime of Norwich and of Fakenham, Norfolk, 
bora 22 March, 1797; died 9 Aug., 1870; married 26 
March, 1824. Mary, daughterof William Fry, of London ; 
she died 13 March, 1869, having had 6 sons and i daughter. 
[1] William Fry (Foster), of Le Court aforesaid, D.L. 
Flintshire, born 8 Aug., 1S25 ; married in Paris 23 
Dec, 1850, Caroline, elder daughter of Ellis Watkin 
Cunlifte, Esq., of London (see Foster's Haroiiclusf), and 
has had 3 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Herbert Cunliffe (Foster), bom 4 March, 1854; 

died 6 April, 1856 



[t8] 



(2) Reginald Cunliffe (Foster), bora 5 Oct., i860. 

(3) Ellis Cunliffe (Foster), lieut. the royal fusiliers 
(City of London regt.), 1883, late 4th battalion Duke of 
Wellington's (West Riding) regt., born 22 April, 1863. 

(4) Gertrude (Foster), born 4 Oct., 185 1 ; married 14 
Sept., 1875, to her 2nd cousin, Walter Howell Cun- 
liffe, capt. and adj. 52nd light infantry (brother of Sir 
R. A. Cunliff'e, Bart. M.F.), and has a daughter, 

Gwynedd .Sybilla (Cunliff'e). 
(6) Sybilla Caroline (Foster), born 4 Dec. 1852. 

(6) Florence Annabel (Foster), bom 24 March, 1856. 

(7) Helen Mary (Foster), born 15 March. 1858. 

(8) Lucy Edith (Foster), bora 26 July, 1864. 

[2] Sampson Lloyd (Foster), C.E., born 7 Aug., 1831 ; 
died 31 March, 1879; married I Jan., 1859, Louisa Laura, 
daughter of Rev. Charles Blayney Cavendish Whitmore, 
M. A., rector of Stockton, Salop, and had 3 daughters. 

(1) Constance Mary (Foster), bora 3 Dec , 1859. 

(2) Laura Josephine (Foster), born 26 Feb., i86l. 

(3) Frances Mabel (Foster), bom 14 Jan., 1863. 

[3] Joseph (Foster), born 24 Feb., 1833; died 6 Feb., 
1S34. 

[4] Joseph (Foster), B.A. Christ Coll., Camb. (Jun. 
Opt.), 1857, M.A. i860, rector of Greatham, Hants, 
1879-80, etc., born 9 Dec, 1834 ; died 3 March, 1880 ; 
married 15 May. 1862, Letitia Frances, daughter of Yen. 
Benjamin Philpot, rector of Dennington 1881-3, vicar- 
genl. Isle of Man. and archdeacon of Sodor and Man ; 
she died 13 Nov., 1874, having had 4 sons. 

Turville Douglas (Foster), born 29 Nov., 1865 ; Percival 
Lloyd, bom 23 Oct., 1871 ; Bertram Noel, born I Jan., 
1873 ; Raymond Leslie Vachel, bom 16 Aug., 1S74. 
[5] Edward Henry (Foster), of Earlscourt, Davenport, 
Ontario, Canada, M.A. St. John's Coll., Camb., late 
major ist Staff, mihtia, bora 5 Dec, 1839; married 16 
Feij., 1874. Maiy, daughter of Rev. Richard Hollings ; s.p. 
[6] Chades James (Foster), B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
(jun. opt.). 1867, M.A. 1870, bom 12 May. 1844; mar- 
ried 10 Feb., 1871, Anna Cecilia, daughter of Yen. 
Benjamin Philpot, archdeacon of Sodor and Man, afore- 
said, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Archibald Sampson (Foster), bom 27 Jan., 1872 ; 
Chrystabe} Mary, born 18 Jan., 1873 ; Norah Louisa 
^Iargaret, born 21 July, 1874; Rachel Dorothy, born 
1 Feb., 1877. 
[7] Sarah Elizabeth (Foster), bom 8 Aug., 1829. 



Braithwaite of Hookfield Grove, Surrey. 



[2] Robert William, born 7 May, 1863; died 18 

Jan., 1882. 

[3] Alfred Lloyd, bom 8 Nov., 1864. 
(hb 40) James (Braithwaite, a twin with Samuel), 
bora 25 April, 1S20 ; married 25 July, 1S60, Ann, 
daughter of Andrew M'Landsborough , of Otley, Yorks, 
and has 3 daughters. 

Mary (Braithwaite), born 15 July, 1861; Alice, bom 

28 March, 1864 ; Rachel Lloyd, born 5 March, 1866. 
{,^-40) Gurney (Braithwaite), born 25 June, 1S18 : 
died 27 April, 1819. 

i^b-4a) Mary (Braithwaite), bom 28 Feb., 1807 ; 
died 18 April, 1833, having married 8 March, 1S30, 
as 1st wife, to Charles Kingston, M.D., of Plymouth ; 
he died 5 Sept., 1872, having had 2 daughters. 

Mary Anna (Kingston), died unmarried 26 Feb., 1870, 

Georgina Braithwaite, died unmarried 12 Oct., 1854. 
(ib-4a) Deborah (Braithwaite), died unmarried 17 
April, 1833. 

(9b-4a) Alice, born 18 July, 1814; married 28 June, 
1855, to Mark Batt, Esq. 
[6a] Anna (Lloyd), born 27 Dec, 178S ; died 18 Dec, 



IS59 ; marr 



16 March, 1S08, to Isaac Braithi 



Kendal, who died 27 Dec, 1 86 1, aged 81, having had 
7 sons and 2 daughters (c). 

O-c-Sa) Isaac (Braithwaite), of Hookfield Grove, 
Surrey, and of Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, London 
(a twin with Charles Lloyd), born 6 July, iSio; 
married 10 March, 1840, Louisa, daughter of John 
Masterman, Esq., of Leyton, Essex, M.P. city of 
London 1841-57, and has had 5 sons and 4 daugh- 
ters (flO- 

\ld-ic] Alfred (Braithwaite), born 21 Nov., 1843 ; 
"died unmarried 18 June, 1880. 
[id-ic] Basil (Braithwaite), of London, banker, born 
II Feb., 1845; married 17 July, 1872, Rosamond 
Augusta, daughter of Augustus William Gadesden, 
Esq., of Ewell Castle, Surrey, by his wife Emma, 
daughter of John Barkworth, Esq., of Tranby 
House, Yorkshire, s.p. 

[SiZ-j-t-] John Masterm.in (Braithwaite), vicar of 
Croydon since 1882, and of St. Michael and All 
Angels', Maidstone, 1878-82, B.A. Trin. Coll., 
Camb., l858, M.A. 1872, born 27 March, 1846 ; 
married II Oct., 1871, Elizabeth Jane, daughter of 
late Col. Thomas Sidney Powell, C.B., 53rd regt., 
and has 5 sons and 2 daughters, 
John Sidney, born 17 Sept., 1874; Francis 
Powell, bom 2 Nov., 1875; Richard Wilfred. 
bom 6 Feb., 1877; Lawrence Walter, born 18 
July, 1878 ; Michael Lloyd, born 27 April, l88i ; 
Florence Lilian, born 9 March, 1873 ; Dorothy 
Louisa, bom 24 Jan., 1883. 
[id-tc] Reginald (Braithwaite), of London, stock- 
broker, born 18 July, 1847; married 22 June, 1876, 
Adelaide Catherine Anne, 2nd daughter of Rev. 
George Vaughan Chichester, M.A., rector of Wotton, 
Surrey, niece of William, 1st Lord O'Neill, s.p. 
[5^-/^] Walter (Braithwaite), B.A. Wadham Coll, 
Oxon, admitted to the Inner Temple 2 July, 186S, 
born 23 Sept., 1848; died s.p., 8 Feb., 1872; married 
14 lune, 1871, Elizabeth Emily, only daughter of 
William Singleton Birch, Esq., of Kersal Edge, 
Manchester; she re-married 26 April, 1877, to 
Edward, youngest son of late John Martin, Esq., of 
St. Austell, Cornwall. 

[6<//ir] Louisa (Braithwaite), married 27 June, 1868, 
to Thomas, youngest son of John Barkworth, Esq., of 
Tranby aforesaid, and has 2 sons and 2 daughters, 
John Raymond (Barkworth), born 17 June, 1869; 
Alfred Montgomery, born 16 July, 1873; Louisa 
Maud, bom 13 April, 1871 ; Gwenddolen Edith 
Georgiana, born 26 Oct., 1876. 
\yd-ic\ Eliza (Braithwaite). [id-ic'\ Florence. 
Vid-iA Adeline. 



(2<--j-a) Charles Lloyd (Braithwaite, twin with Isaac), 
born 6 July, 1810 ; died in infancy. 
(3f-ja) Charles Lloyd (Br.-iithwaite), of Ghyll Close, 
Kendal, born 10 Dec, iSll; married 3 July, 1838, 
Susanna, daughter of Isaac Wilson, of Kendal, and 
has 2 sons and a daughter («). 

[le-sc] Charles Lloyd (Braithwaite), of Kendal, 

born 24 March. 1840; married 8 July. 1875, Eleanor 

Hannah, daughter of Samuel Davis, of Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

[Z^-jf] Isaac (Braithwaite), of Kendal, born 9 Aug., 

1844 ; unmarried. 

[3c- jr] Anna Mary, bom 25 Jan., 1850 ; married 

2 May, 1877, to her 2nd cousin, Thomas Crewdson, 

2nd son of William Wilson, of Kendal, and has 2 

sons and a daughter. 

Charles Braithwaite (Wilson), born 20 March, 
1878; William Ernest, born 25 June, 1880 ; 
Kathleen Mary, born 5 Oct., 18S2. 
(ic-ja) George Foster (Braithwaite), of Hawesmead, 
Kendal, J. P. Westmoreland and borough of Kendal, 
mayor six times, born i5 Aug., 1813 ; married 23 
June, 1846, Mary, youngest daughter of Adey Bellamy 
Savory, Esq., of London, and has had 9 sons and 5 
daughters (/). 

[l/^f] George Foster (Braithwaite), of Kendal, 
bornsOct., 1847; married 5 Aug., 1875, Mary Agnes, 
daughter of Roger Moser, Esq., of Kendal ; she died 
s.p., 31 Dec, i"876. 

[2f-4i] Arthur Lloyd (Braithwaite), born 22 Dec, 
1848 ; died at Sydney, N.S.W., 24 April, 1868. 
'-4c\ Albert, born 10 May, 1851 ; died 19 Nov., 



W-4C 
1 866. 



[if ■4c] Paul James, born 13 May, 1854; died 2 
Nov., 1S66. 

W-4c] Edward Martin (Braithwaite), born 17 Aug., 
1858. 

[<af-4c] Ernest, born 2 May, died 9 Sept., 1861. 
[7/-^-] Cecil (Braithwaite), born il Sept., l8b2. 
W-4.C] Herbert Morris (Braithwaite), born 15 
April, 1S64. 

[9/-^] Harold Bellamy (Braithwaite), born 20 Nov., 
1867. 

[Wf-4c\ Mary Savory (Braithwaite), born 24 Jan., 
1850; married 7 Nov., 1877, to Rev. Charies Bout- 
flower, M.A. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1870, 
vicar of Terling, Essex, since 1S76, and has a son 
and daughter. 

Charies (Boutflower). born 3 Nov., 1878; Mar- 



lied 26 



garet Braithwaite, born 8 Dec, 1879. 
[nf-4c] OUvia, born 22 Dec, 1852; 



1S62. 



[12/-^(r] Caroline (Braithwaite), bom 14 Aug., 
1855; married 9 Sept., 1879, to David Page, M.D. 
Edin., and has 2 children. 

[13/-^] Emma (Braithwaite), born 1$ Jan., 1857. 
[li/-4i-] Priscilla Anna (Braithwaite), bbrn 17 
Dec, 1859; married 29 Aug., 1883, to Rev.' 
William Tyndale Hollins, M.A. Hertford Coll., 
Oxon, 1882, rector of St. Peter, Bristol, since 1882. 
(5<:-j-a) Thomas (Braithwaite), bora Feb., 1815; 

died young, 

(6<-.j-a) Robert (Braithwaite), vicar of Chipping 
Campden, co. GIouc, 1873-82, bom 24 July, 1816; 
died 21 Jan., 1882 ; married 9 April, 1844, Charlotte, 
daughter of John Masterman, Esq., of Leyton, Essex, 
aforesaid, M.P. London, and had a son and 2 
daughters (^). 

[ii-6c] Robert (Braithwaite), bar.-at-law Lincoln's 
Inn 1871, born 23 Dec, 1845 ; married, s.p. 
[2^-6f] Chariotte (Braithwaite), bom 6 June, 1847 ; 
died 4 April, 1848. 

[S^-Sc] Anna (Braithwaite), bom tl March, 1851 ; 
married 21 Sept., 18S0, to Robert Ley Wood, Esq., 
of Cheltenham, formerly of Llanelly, 2nd son of 



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The Descendants of the Kings of Enoland. 



James Wood, Esq., of Ratcliffe Culcey, co. Leic, 
and has a son and daughter. 

Robert Braithwaite (Wood), born 9 Dec, 1882; 
Charlotte Anna Braitliwaite, born 29 Oct , iSSi. 
(7<--5<!) Joseph Bevan (Braithwaite, a twin with 
Mary Caroline), bar.-at-law Middle Temple 1S43, 
born 21 June, 1818; married 27 Aug., 1851, Martha, 
daughter of Joseph Ashby Gillett, Esq., of Banbury, 
banker, and has 3 sons and 6 daughters (h). 

\\.h-jc\ Joseph Bevan (Braithwaite), of London, 
stockbroker, bom 5 Oct., 1855 ; married 27 July, 
1 88 1, Anna Sophia, only daughter of Jonathan 
Gillett, of Banbury, banker, and has a son, 
Jonathan Frederick, bom 9 Aug., 1883. 
[2/(-7(-] George (Braithwaite), bom 5 March, 1861. 
[3/i-7(-] William Charles (Braithwaite), B.A., born 
23 Dec, 1S62. 

[4/i-7c] Martha (Braithwaite), bora 26 March, 1853. 
[5/i-7t-] Anna Lloyd (Braithwaite), bom 6 Aug., 
1854; married 28 March, 1878, to Richard Henry 
Thomas, of Baltimore, M.D., and has a daughter, 

Henrietta Martha (Thomas), bom 24 May, 1879. 
i6,4-7c] Mary Caroline (Braithwaite), born 4 April, 
1857. 

[7/; 7<r] Elizabeth (Braithwaite), bora 24 July, 1858; 
married 24 Aug., 1881, to George Henry Emmott, 
M.A., LL.n., bar.-at-law Inner Temple 1879, and 
has 2 daughters, 

Mary King (Emmott), bora 22 Oct., 1882; 
hannah Elizabeth, born 30 Dec, 18S3. 
\%h-ic\ Rachel Barclay (Braithwaite), born 20 Nov., 
1859. 

[9/;-7i] Catharine Lydia (Braithwaite), born 30 
Aug., 1864. 
(ic-sa) Anna (Braithwaite), bom 30 May, 1809; died 
tmmarried, 31 Jan., i860. 

(9(--5a) Mary Caroline (Braithwaite, twin with Joseph 
Bevan), bora 21 June, 1818 ; married 26 Oct., 1841, 
to Joseph Savory, Esq., of Buckhurst Park, Berkshire; 
he died 16 Dec, 1879 (see vol. i., page 121), having 
had 5 sons and 3 daughters (j). 

Wj-gc\ Joseph (Savory), of Buckhurst Park, Berks, and 
of the city of London, alderman 1883, sheriff London 
and Middlesex 1882-3, bom 23 July, 1843. 
[2/-9C] Ernest Lloyd (Savory), rector of Palgrave, 
Suffolk, since 1879, bom 18 March, 1845 ; married 
1st, 28 June, 1871, Eliza Ann, daughter of late Rev. 
Paul Johnson, rector of Sidestrand, 1834-72, and of 
Overstrand (both Norfolk), 1841-72; she died 23 
Oct., 1874, having had 3 daughters. 

(1) Evelyn May (Savoi-y), bom 14 April, 1872. 

(2) Dorothy Lloyd, born 1 Aug., 1873. 

(3) Alice Braithwaite, born 2 Oct., 1874. 

Rev. Ernest Lloyd Savory (ij-gc) married 2ndly, 
2 Nov., 1876, Gertmde, 2nd daughter of Arthur 
J Arrowsmith, Esq., of London, and has 3 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

(4) Ernest Braithwaite (Savory), bora 5 Sept., 
1877. 

(5) Douglas Lloyd, born 17 Aug., 1878. 

(6) Hubert Dolobran, born 25 Sept., 1883. 

(7) Winifred Gertrude, born 16 Sept., 1879. 

(8) Mary Caroline, bom i5 April, 18S1. 

(9) Evangeline Bolingbroke, born 17 June, 1882. 
\^j-gc\ Arnold. Wordsworth (Savory), vicar of 
Worlaby, co. Line, 1883, born 26 May, 1850; married 
5 Jan., 1875, Eliza Robertson, youngest daughter of 
late Alexander Lawson, Esq., of Poole, Dorset, and 
has a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Arnold Kenneth Malcolm Cecil Wordsworth 
(Savory), bora 26 July, 1S82. 

(2) Islay Mabel Laura Wordsworth (Savory), bom 
6 Nov., 1875. 

(8) Evelyn Violet Wordsworth, bom 26 July, 



[4;-9r] Ethelbert Keston (Savory), bom 5 March, 
1852; married 17 April, 1878, Eliza, 2ad daughter 
of late Edward Lisney, of Dorking. 
[5/-91-] Ronald Herbert (Savory), born 28 June, 
1856 ; married 2 Dec, 1879, John Alicia Maria, 
daughter of John Berry Torry, Esq., of Sunningdale, 
Berks, and has a son and daughter, 

Ronald Herbert, born 8 Oct., 1880 ; Alicia Eva 
Theresa, bora 4 March; 1S82. 
\^j-gc\ Mary Caroline (Savory), bora 22 Aug., 1842 ; 
married 12 July, 1883, to John Loudon Strain, of 
Buxton, Derbyshire. 

\!lj-gc\ Anna Braithwaite (Savory), born izg Oct., 

1846 ; married 20 June, 1876, to Rev. John Henry 

Johnson, B.A. Caius Coll., Camb., 1863, rector of 

Brocklesby since 1879. and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Herbert Braithwaite (Johnson), bom 16 Aug., 

1877 ; John de Moniiis, born 17 May, 1882 ; Anna 

Maude, bom 29 Oct., 1879. 

[8;'-9f] Mary (Savory), married 20 June, 1882, as 4th 

wife, to Sir George J. Elvey, organist Chapel Royal. 

Windsor, 1835-82, and to the Queen 1837-82, Mus. 

Bac New Coll., Oxon, 1838, Mus. Doc 1S40, and 

has a son, 

George Frederick Handel (Elvey), bom 29 June, 
1883. 
[6a] Caroline, bora 29 June, 1790; died unmarried 13 
Oct., 1811. 

[7a] Agatha, born II Aug., 1791 ; died , 1838, 

having married 19 July, 1815, to James Pearson, of 
Birmingham, banker, who died 2 March, 1853, having 
had 4 sons and 2 daughters (/t). 

O-k-jd) James Pearson, born 15 Aug., 1818; died 

unmarried, Oct., 1S77. 

(^k-ya) Charles Richard; died 17 Feb., 1S21, aged 

10 months. 

(3/&-7a) Charles Lloyd, born 15 April, 1824; died 

unmarried, 8 July, 1857. 

(4^-7a) Richard, born 29 August, 1825 ; died un- . 

married, Oct., 1S76. ' 

(5^-7a) Mary Caroline (Pearson), bora II Nov., 1816 ; 

died 5 Feb., 18S3, aged 66, having married 15 Aug., 

1S38, to Robert Benson Dockray, of Highgate Aston; 

he died 8 Sept., 1 87 1, having had a son and 4 

daughters (/). 

{Xl-Sk^ Robert Henry (Dockray), bora 15 May, 
1843. 

[2/-5.4] Mary, born 4 Sept., 1839 ; married at Lan- 
caster, 21 June, 1866, to Rev. Frederick Binyon, 
curate of Hammersmith since 1881, vicar of Burton- 
in-Lonsdale, 1866-74, etc. ; B.A. Trin. Coll.. Camb. 
(Jun. Opt.), i860, M.A. 1S63, and has had 8 sons 
and I daughter. 

John Frederick BiNYON, born lo June, 1868; 
Robert Laurence, bom 10 Aug., 1869 ; Alfred 
George, bom 14 Nov., 1 870, died Jan.. 1871 ; 
Francis Dockray, bora 4 Dec, 1871 ; Charles 
Arthur, bora 9 March, 1874 ; Edward Reginald, 
born 13 Oct., 1875. died 31 Aug., 1876; Herbert, 
born 24 Feb., 1877, died the following month; 
Gilbert Clive, born 12 July, 18S0 ; Lucy Caroline 
Winifred, born 10 March, 1S73, died 18 Feb., 
1879.: 
[SZ-jX-] Agatha Sophia, born 11 Sept., 1840; 
married 8 Oct., 1863, to Rev. Stephen Phillips, pre- 
centor of Peterborough cathedral 1876, M.A. Merton 
Coll., Oxon, 1872, and has had 9 sons and 4 
daughters. 

Stephen Phillips, born 28 July, 1864 ; Robert 
Francis, born II Nov., 1865; Harold Dockray, 
born 13 April, 1867 ; Alban Lloyd, bom 6 July, 
1869; Maurice Frederick, born 29 Nov., 1S70; 
James Christopher, bora 13 Sept., 1873; Herbert 
Septimus, bom 19 Dec, 1874 ; Austin Henry, bora 
14 Aug., 1S77, died young; Ajthur David, born 



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Tlie IVorciszoorth Family. 



28 Feb., 1882 ; Mary Agatha, born 30 May, 1868, 
died young ; Frances Lucy Caroline, born 7 Aug., 
1872, died young; Edith Juliet, born 29 June, 
1876 ; Margaret Emma, born 18 April, 1879. 

[il-ji'] Katharine, born 2 Jan., 1842 ; died 18 

Jurte, 1857. 

\5l-jk} Caroline Margaret Josephine (Ddckray), born 

4 March, 1S56. 
(6X--7a) Agatha (Pearson), born 8 Oct., 1821. 

PRISCILLA LLOYD (eldest surviving daugh- 
ter of Charles Lloyd, of Birmingham, banker, 
etc., see 2a, page 18), born 6 Oct., 1781 ; died 7 
Oct., 1815, having married 6 Oct., 1804, to Rev. 
Christopher Wordsworth, master of Trin. Coll., 
Camb., 1820-41, educated at Hawkshead and at 
Trin. Coll., Camb., tenth wrangler 1796, fellow, 
M.A. 1799, S.T.P. 1810, chaplain to Right Rev. 
Charles Manners-Sutton, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, dean _of Booking 1807, rector of Lambeth 
and Sundridge, Kent, 1816, rector of Buxted- 
cum-Uckfield, Sussex (brother of William Words- 
worth, poet laureate), bom at Cockerraouth . 9 
June, 1774; died at Buxted 2 Feb., 1846, aged 
71, having had (with 2 children who died in 
infancy) 3 sons {m). 

[1;«] John (Wordsworth), educated at Winchester 1819, 
and at Trin. Coll., Camb., 1S24, fellow 1830, etc., ordained 
deacon and priest 1837, born I July, 1S05 ; died un- 
married 31 Dec, 1839. 

[2m] CHAEIES, bishop of St. Andrews (named on 
page IS). 

[37«] Christopher, D.D. 1839, hon. D.C.L. 1869, bishop 
of Lincoln, so consecrated 24 Feb., 1869, formerly fellow 
of Trin. Coll., Camb., B.A. (senior classic) 1830, M.A. 
1833, B.D. and D.D. 1839, head master of Harrow School 
J836-44, canon of Westminster 1844-69, and archdeacon 



1865-9, Hulsean lecturer 1847-8, vicar of Stanford, in the 
Vale of Berks, 1850-69, born 30 Oct., 1807 ; married 6 
Dec, 1838, Susannah Hatley, daughter of George Frere, 
of Twyiord, Herts (see Foster's Baionctage), and has 2 
sons and 5 daughters (n). 

{In-jm) John (Wordsworth), Oriel professor of the in- 
terpretation of Holy Scripture, and canon of Rochester 
1883, fellow (and late tutor) of Brasenose Coll., 0.\on, 
M.A. 1868, prebendary Lincoln Cathedral 1870; uni- 
versity preacher at Whitehall 1879, select preacher 
Oxford, 1875-6, Bampton lecturer i88». born 2I Sept., 
1843 ; married 28 Dec, 1870, Susan Esther, daughter 
of late Kev. Henry Octavius Coxe, of the Bodleian 
Library, Oxon. 

(2n-jm) Christopher (Wordsworth), M.A. Trin. Coll., 
Camb., 1873, rector of Glaston, Rutland, since 1877, 
fellow of St. Peter's Coll., Camb., 1870-8, tutor 1872-4, 
1S75-7, born 26 March, 1848; rnarried 14 April, 1874, 
Mary, daughter of Rev. Andrewes Reeve, vicar of ICim- 
meridge, Dorset, and has 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

Christopher Andrewes, born 21 Sept., 1876; John 

Vincent, born 26 Sept., 1S79 ; William Arthur, bom 

24 May, 1881 ; Dorothy Mary; Ruth Mary; Susanna 

Mary. 
(3«) Elizabeth (Wordsworth), lady principal of the 
Lady Margaret Hall, Oxon, 1879. 
(4k) Priscilla (Wordsworth), married 30 Nov., 1878, 
to Percy Andrew Steedman, Esq., and has 2 daughters. 

Susanna Margaret (Steedman), born 12 Nov., 1879; 

Dorothy Wordsworth, born 19 March, 1S82. 
(6«) Mary (Wordsworth), married 28 Oct., 1874, to 
Rev. James John Trebeck, M.A. Christ Church, Oxon, 
rector (curate-in-charge 1877-81) of Southwell Col- 
legiate Church, Notts, since 1881, vicar of Annesley, 
Notts, 1869-71, etc. 
(6«) Susanna (Wordsworth). 

(Tn-jw) Dora (Wordsworth), married 6 April, 1880, 
to Rev. Edward Tucker Leeke, chancellor of Lincoln 
Cathedral, and has 2 sons. 

William Wordsworth (Leeke), born 23 Jan , 1882 ; 

Christopher, bom 26 Jan., 1883. 



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♦• Thg + Desgedt + OB ©<► 



Arthur Bosanquet, Esq., 

OF CLEDDON HALL, MONMOUTHSHIRE, 



OBIooD JRog:J 




cf €nglan:3. 



Edwaed I., crowned i9=i=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Au;. 1274. b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, 

d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec, 



there l272,=rGilbert de Clare. Earl of 
GloiK 
1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=pHugh de Audley (2nd hu 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl band), cr. Earl of Glouce 
of Cornwall. | ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret d( 
Sept. 1349. 



Audley, d. 7=rRa1ph de StafTord, K.G., 
I cr. Earl of StaflTord, d. 31 
I Aug. 1372. 



Margaret Stafrord=f=Sir John Stafford, Knt., of 
I Bramshill, co. Staff. 

SirRalphStafford, of Graf-=T=Maud, eldest dau. and heir 
ton, CO. Wore- of Sir John Hastings, of 

, Grafton. 

I ' • ' 

Sir Humphrey Stafford, of=j=Elizabeth, dau. and heir of 
Grafton, d. 1419. Sir yohnBurdet.of Huncote, 

I CO. "Line. 



Ann Stafford=p\Villiam Rous, of Lench 
I Randolph, co. Leic. 

Miss Taylor=f Thomas or John Rous, of=Elizabeth {2nd 
(ist wife). I Overton or Everston, wife), dau. of 
i Northants. 






Wm. Vavasour. 



continue frjm helo-v. 

Miss Taylor=i=Thomas (or John) Rous. 

Ann (ist wife), dau.=j=John Rous,=EIeanor (2nd wife), 
of Sir Edward Mon- of Lench dau. of Richard 
tagu. I Randolph. Cresswell, Esq. 

Cicely Rous=i=WaUer Hanbury, of Bean- 
I hall, CO. Wore. 



Sir John Hanbury, of Kel-=f=Mary Whetle, of Suffolk. 
marsh, Northants. | 



Lucy Martin=Edward Hanbury, =Mary(2nd wife), dau.of 

(1st wife). ofKelmarsh. I EdwardShuckburgh,of 

I Navesby, Northants. 

John Hanbury, of Kelmarsh^Mary, yst. dau. and co-heir 
I of Thomas Waller, serjt-at- 
law. 



Thomas Hanbury, John Han-=pCatherine or Elizabeth, 
ancestor of Lord bury. dau. of Sir William 

Bateman. | Gore, ofTring, Herts. 



John Hanbury, 
m. Elizabeth 
Laurence.=f= 

A _ 

Willi 



Mary, m. to Elizabeth, =T=JacobBosan- 
John Bree- m. 18 Jan. quel, of Lon- 
don, Esq.=j= I 748, d. 9 don.d.gjune, 
A Jan- 1799- I 1767. 



m Bosanquet.of Lon-;=Charlotte, dau. of John Ives, 
on, banker, ■^. 8 Dec. | of Norwich, died 13 Nov. 
7S7, d. 21 June. 1800. I l8c6. 

I 



William George Augustus Hen. Bosan-- 

Ives Bosanquet, quet,of Osidge, Herts, 

E.I.C.S.=f b. I March, 1792, d. 

A 19 Feb. 1877. 



=Louisa Priscilla, eldest dau. John Ives, Samuel, Edwin.rector Other 

of D. Bevan, Esq., of Bel- E.I.C.S. m. and d. ofForscote,b. issue, 

mont and Fosbury, m. 20 ^ 20 Oct. loDec. 1799.= 

June. 1825, d. II Apl. 1883. A i848,s.p. ^ 



Arthur Bosanquei,=Isabella Matilda, 
of Cleddon Hall, | dau. of Col. A. 
co.Monmouth.j.p., 1 Crawford, Bo. 
BombayC.S. 1851- ! army, m. 1861. 
77, b. 1828. I 

A 



I'ercival, of Ponfield, Theodore Bosanquet.=Merelina Lelitia Mary, Other 

Herts,b. 1831, m. 1859 of West Down, Brad- I dau. of James What- issue 

Charlotte Louisa, dau. worthy, Devon, Bo. ' man Bosanquet, Esq., (seep, 

of Richard Bevan, C. S. 1854-80, b. 22 of Claysmore, Middle- 32). 

Esq.^ June, 1833. se.x, m. 30 July, 1867. 
A 



James Tindal Htn.Theodore Bernard Charles Nicolas Conyng 
Ives, b. 30 Augustus, b, 3 Horace, b. 3 hameSymonds,h 
Aug. 1S68. Aug. 1870. March, 1876. 26 June, iSSl. 



MaryFrancesMerelina. JuhanaFlorenceCecilia. 
Adelaide Louisa, Louise Marguerite Jer- 

myn. 



[ " ] 




BOSANQUET, ARTHUR, Bombay Civil Ser- 
vice 1851-77, J. P. Monmouth, educated at 
Harrow and Haileybury ; i8th in descent 
FROM Edward I.; bom 27 Oct., 1828 ; married 
at Ahmedabad 16 April, 1861, Isabella Matilda 
eldest daughter of Col. Crawford, 3rd rcgt' 
Bombay Europeans, and has had 4 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] Lionel Arthur, born 29 Jan., 1862. 
[2] Victor Foulcrand, born I Feb., 1863. 
[3] Oswald Vivian, born 5 April, 1S66. 
[4] Arthur Neville Crawford, born 10 June, 1S79. 
[5] Eva Geraldine, born 9 March, and died 27 Dec, 
1870. 

[6] Nora Louisa, born 7 Sept., 1872. 
[7] Aileen Isabel, born 24 April, 1S76. 
Residence— Cleddon Hall, near Chepstow. 




The Descent of 

Arthur Bosanquet, Esq., of Cleddon Hall, 

FROM THE Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; born atWestminster, 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester ; crowned 
atWestminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

JOAN OF ACRE, born there 1272 ; died 10 
May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nii wife to Gilbert de Clare (sumamed " The 

[2 




Red"), Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 
issue. Joan of Acre had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

MARGARET DE CLARE, 2nd sister and 
co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, Eari of 
Gloucester and Hertford (who fell at Bannock- 
bum, 24 June, 1314, s.p.); she married ist to 
Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall, to whom 
Edward II. granted the county of Cornwall by 
charter, dated at Dumfries, 6 Aug., 1307, sum- 
moned to parliament 19 Jan. following ; beheaded 
without form of trial, 1314, leaving an only 
daughter, who was betrothed to John Moulton. 
Margaret, Countess of Cornwall, married 2ndly to 
Hugh de Audley; he had summons to parliament 
in the lifetime of his father, 13 17-21, and 1326-36, 
and was created Earl of Gloucester by patent, 
16 March, 1337 ; he died without male issue in 
1347, and the dignity which was to him and his 
heirs appears to have been considered extinct ; 
he left an only child, 

MARGARET DE AUDLEY, died 7 Sept., 
1349, having married to Ralph de Stafford, 
K.G. (son and heir of Edmund de Stafford, a lord 
of parliament), summoned to parliament 14 Jan., 
10 Edward III., 1337, to 25 Nov., 24 Edward III., 
1350, created Earl of the County of Stafford, 5 
March, 135 1, to hold to him and his heirs ; served 
in the wars in Scotland and in Britany, taken 
prisoner at the siege of Nantes, seneschal of 
Aquitaine, 20 Edward III., had a principal com- 
mand at the battle of Cressy, one of the founders 
of the Order of the Garter, lieutenant and captain- 
general of the duchy of Aquitaine; he died 31 
Aug., 1572, having had, with other issue (see also 
pp. 55, 89, 144, etc.), a daughter, 

NTARGARET STAFFORD, married, 15 
I Edward 111., to Sir John Stafford, Knt., 
of Bramshill, co. Stafford (2nd son of Sir William 
Stafford, of Sandon and Bramshill), and had, 
with other issue, a son, 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



SIR RALPH STAFFORD, of Grafton, co. 
Worcester (in right of his wife), steward of 
the household to Edward III. ; married Maud, 
eldest daughter and heir of Sir John Hastings, 
Knt., pf Grafton Manor aforesaid, of Leamington 
Hastings, cq. Warwick, and of Chebsey, co. 
Stafford, and had, with other issue, q son, 

SIR HUMPHREY STAFFORD, of Grafton, 
Knt., married Elizabeth, daughter and heir 
of Sir John Burdet, of Huncote, co. Leicester, and 
died in 1419, having had, with other issue, a 
daughter, 

Ann Stafford, married to William Rous, of 
Lench Randolph (now Rouse Lench), co. Wor- 
cester, and had, with other issue, a son, 

THOMAS (or John) ROUS, of Overton, or 
Everston, Northants, married ist, Miss 
Taylor, and 2ndly, Elizabeth, daughter of William 
Vavasour; by his ist wife he had, with other 
issue, a son, 

JOHN ROUS, of Lench Randolph, co. Wor- 
cester, married ist, Ann, daughter of Sir 
Edward Montagu, of Boughton, Northants, chief 
justice King's Bench (ancestor of the Duke of 
Manchester, see Foster's Feet-age); he married 
2ndly, Eleanor, daughter of Richard Cresswell; by 
his ist wife he had, with other issue, a daughter, 

C~ICELY ROUS, married as 2nd wife to Walter 
Hanbury, Esq., of Beanhall, co. Worcester 
(i557andi568), and hadjsons, of whom the eldest, 

SIR JOHN HANBURY, of Kelmarsh, North- 
ants, sheriff ; knighted at White- 
hall 29 Aug., 1627; married Mary Whetle, or 
Whethill, of Suffolk, and had (with a daughter, 
Mary, Lady Sandys, of Missenden) a son, 

EDWARD HANBURY, of Kelmarsh, married 
ist, Lucy Martin, and had issue; 2ndly, 
Mary, daughter of Edward Shuckburgh, of Naves- 
by, Northants; he died 1656, having had by her 
a son, 

JOHN HANBURY, of Kelmarsh, married 
J Mary, youngest daughter and co-heir of 
Thomas Waller, sergt.-at-law 1660, bencher of 
Gray's Inn 1654 (2nd son of Thomas Waller, of 
Gregories, Bucks), and had at least 2 sons. 
[1] Thomas, ancestor of Lord Bateman (see Foster's 
Peerage). 

[2] John (Hanbury),* married Catherine, or Elizabeth, 
daughter of Sir Wijliam Gore, Knight, of Tring, Herts, 
lord mayor of London, 1702, and had a son and 2 
daughters. 

(1) John (Hanbury), married Elizabeth, daughter of 
Capt. Laurence, R.N., and had at least a son and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Charles, died unmarried. 
L2] Mary (Mrs. Thompson). 
[3] Henrietta (Mrs. Brodler). 



ti. 



• Meyer, named on page ; 



[m] 



(2) Mary (Hanbury), died 21 Feb., 1764, aged 44, 
having married to John Breedon, Esq., of Berecourt, 
Berks, and had issue. 

(3) ELIZABETH, of whom next. 

ELIZABETH HANBURY (younger daughter 
of John Hanbury, last named), died g Jan., 
1799, aged 73, buried in Bro.xbourne Church, monu- 
ment ; she married, 18 Jan., 1748, to Jacob, 8th 
son of David Bosanquet, of London, a Turkey 
merchant (see page ^i), born 22 Dec, 1713 ; died 
9 June, 1767, monument Bath Abbey; had 3 sons 
and 3 daughters [a). 

[la] Jacob, of Broxbourne Bury, Herts, high sheriff 1803 ; 
deputy governor Levant Company, director French Hos- 
pital 1787; East India director 45 years, rnany times 
chairman; died 30 July, 1828, aged 73, monument Brox- 
bourne; married at Marylebone Church, 27 Sept., 1790, 
Henrietta, relict of Thos. Grady. Esq., of London, 2nd 
daughter of Sir George Armytage, Bart., of ICirklees, 
Yorks ; she died 18 Oct., 1797, aged 31, having had 2 
sons and 2 daughters {b). 

{U-ia) George lacob, of Broxbourne Bury, Herts, J.P., 
D.L.; high sheriff 1S33 ; of Christ Church Coll., Oxon; 
attache at court of Berlin, 1815 ; at Paris, 1817 ; at 
Madrid, 1822-9 5 born I July, 1791 ; died 3 July, 
1866, having married, 30 Oct., 1831, Cecilia, widow of 
Samuel Robert Gaussen, Esq. (see page 28), daughter 
of William Franks, Esq., of Beech Hill ; she died 16 
May, 1868, aged 80, leaving an only daughter. 

Cecilia Jane Wentworth-Bosanquet, born 
27 Aug., 1833 ; married at Broxbourne 7 Oct., 1858, 
to Horace James Smith-Bosanquet, Esq. (who as- 
sumed that surname, together with the arms, by 
royal licence, 8 Sept., 1866), youngest son of Samuel 
George Smith, Esq., of Sacomb Park, Herts (see 
B. Carrington, Foster's Peerage), J. P., D.L., 
Herts, high sheriff 1873, formerly capt. S. Herts 
yeomanry, of Broxbourne, in right of his wife, and 
has a son and 5 daughters. 

[1] George Richard Bosanquet (Smith-Bosanquet), 
born 5 Feb., 1S66. 

[2] Florence Cecilia Bosanquet, born 22 Aug., i860. 
[3] Marion Constance Bosanquet, born 27 July, 1862. 
[4] Ella Bosanquet, born 17 March, 1864. 
[5] Alice Eugenia Bosanquet, born 18 Sept., 1869. 
[6] Lettice Evelyn, born 6 March, 1878. 
(2li-ia) Richard Godfrey, educated at Sunbury and 
Westminster ; bora 29 Sept., 1793 ; died 15 May, 1875, 
having married at St. George's, Hanover Square, 26 
June, 1S52, Grace Isabella, daughter of William 
Browne, Ei-q., of Browne's Hill, co. Carlow, and had a 
son, 

Godfrey Raymond, born 26 May, 1854 ; died 8 June, 
1858. 
{Zh-ia) Henrietta Maria, born 2 Oct, 179^; died s.p. 
18 May, 18S2, having inarried at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, 31 July, 1824, to John, 2nd son of Godfrey 
Wentworth-Wentworth, Esq., of Woolley Park, Yorks 
(see Yorkshire Pedigrees, ed. Foster) ; he died , 

186 . 

(ib-ia) Chariotte Eliza, born 7 Nov., 1794; died 14 
June, 1872, having married, 5 lune, 1832, to Charles 
John Bosanquet, vice-admiral R.N. 1871 (5th son of 
Samuel Bosanquet, of Forest House and Dingestow 
Court, see page 34) ; born 22 May, 1807 ; died 3 Oct., 
1871, leaving 2 daughters (c). 

[le-4b] Henrietta Eliza Letiti.-i (Bosanquet), bom 17 
June, 1833: married at Enfield, 13 May, 1862, toMajor- 
Genl. Matthew Charles Dixon, RA., V.C, served in 
the Crimean war, knight of the Legion of Honour 
and Order of Medjidie (2nd son of Genl. Dixon, 
R.E., and grandson of Admiral Sir Manley Dixon). 



4 THG + DeSCGHT-f-OB fi 

CECILIA JANE WENTWORTH BOSANQUET, 

WIFE OF 

HORACE JAMES SMITH-BOSANQUET, Esq., 

OF BROXBOURNEBURY, HERTS, 



FROM THE 



'251000 JRopal 




of (ZBnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug;. 1274. b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joanof Acre, b. there i272,=rGiIbert de Clare. Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
of Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=T=Ralpli de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 

Margaret Stafford=f Sir John Stafford, Knt., of 
I Bramshill, co. Staff. 



A, 

continued from helow^ 
Miss Taylor=i=Thomas (or John) Rous. 

Ann (ist wife), dau.=j=John Rous,=EIeanor (2nd wife), 
of Sir Edward Mon- I of Lench dau. of Richard 
I Randolph. Cresswell, Esq. 



Cicely RouST=Walter Hanbury, of Bean- 
' ■• Wore. 



tagu. 



iis=F waiter i: 
hall, CO. 



Sir John Hanbury, of KeI-=j=Mary Whetle, of Suffolk. 
marsh, Northants. | 

I 



Sir Ralph Stafford, of Graf-=T=Maud. eldest dau. and heir 
ton, CO. Wore. of Sir John Hastings, of 

Grafton. 

Sir Humphrey Stafford, of=j=Elizabeth, dau. and heir cf 
Grafton, d. 1419. I SirJohnBurdet.of Huncote, 

I CO. Line. 



Ann Stafford=FWilliam Rous, of Lench 



Randolph, co. Leic. 



Miss Taylor=f=Thomas or John Rous, or=;Elizabeth (2nd 
(ist wife). Overton or Everston, wife), dau. of 
I Northants. Wm.Vavasour. 



Northants. 
continued above. 



Lucy Martin^Edward Hanbury, =Mary (2nd wife), dau.of 

(1st wife). ofKelmarsh. I EdwardShuckburgh,of 

Navesby, Northants. 



John Hanbury, of Kelmarsh=Mary, yst. dau. and co-heir 
I of Thomas Waller, serjt-at- 
law. 



Thomas Hanbury, John Han-=T=Catherine or Elizabeth, 
ancestor of Lord bury. I dau. of Sir William 

Bateraan. Gore, of Tring, Herts. 



John Hanbury, Mary, m. to Elizabeth,=j=JacobBosan- 

m. Elizabeth John Bree- m. 18 Jan. quet,ofLon- 

Laurence.=f= don, Esq.=p 1748, d. 9 don.d.gjune, 

A A Ja°- 1799- 1767. 



Jacob Bosanquet, of^Henrietta 



William 



Broxbournebury, 
Herts, high sheriff 
1803, d. 30 July, 



=Charlotte E., Henry Bosan-=Caroline, dau. Three 



Grady, widow, sanquet, of I dau. of J. Ives, quet, High I of C. Anstey, daus. 

dau. of Sir G. London, bank- of Norwich, m. Sheriff Hants the poet, m. 

Armytage.Bt., er. d. 21 June, | 1787, d. 1806. 1815, b. 1760, I 1790, d. 1848. 

ra.i79o,d.i797. iSoo, aged 43./K d. 1817. ^ 



George Jacob Bosanquet,=CeciIia, widow of S. R. 
of Broxbournebury, Herts, I Gaussen, Esq., dau. of W. 
high sheriff 1833, b. : Franks, Esq., of Beech 
July, i79i,d.3july,iS66. 1 HiU, d. 16 May, 1S68. 



Richard Godfrey Henrietta Maria, m. Charlotte.m. 1832 

Bosanquet, m. and to John Wentworth- to Vice-Adml. Bo- 

d. s.p.s. Wentworth, Esq., and sanquet, and d. 

d. s.p. 1872.= 



Cecilia Jane Wentworth=Horace James Smith-Bo- Henrietta Eliza^Major-Genl. Amelia Eleanor,z 
Bosanquet, only child, I sanquet, of Broxbourne- Letitia,m.l862. Dixon, R.A., m. 1861. 



. 7 Oct. 1858. 



bury, in right of his wife. 



=Rev. Claude 
Bosanquet, 



George Richard Bosanquet, S.-B., 
b. 5 Feb. 1S66. 
Florence Cecilia Bosanquet, S.-B. 
Marion Constance Bosanquet, S.-B. 



Ella Bosanquet, S.-B. 
Alice Eugenia, S.-B. 
Lettice Evelyn, S.-B. 



Claude, b. 1862. 
Charles, b. 1865. 



Reginald, b. 1867. 
Eustace, b. 1871. 



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Tlie Descenda7its of the Kings of England. 



IZc-^d] Amelia Eleanor (Eosanquet), born l8 Sept., 
1835; married, 22 May, 1861, to Rev. Claude Eosan- 
quet (see page 34), M.A. Oriel Coll., Oxen, 185S, 
vicar of Chribt Church, Folkestone, 1874; incumbent 
of St. Osyth, Essex, 1861-4 ; vicar of North Mimms, 
Herts, 1864; vicar of St. Nicholas', Rochester, and 
senior registrar diocese Rochester, 1864-73; and has 
had 5 sons. 

Claude Charles Courthope (Bosanquet), born 
19 Dec, 1862 ; Charles Richard, born 21 April, 
1865 ; Reginald Albert, born 14 June, 1867 ; 
Ra}Tnond Armytage, born 13 Aug., 1869, died 8 
Aug., 1873 ; Eustace Fulcraiid, born 20 April, 



[2a] WILLIAM, of whom see page 30. 
[Sa] Henry, of Clanville Lodge, Andover, Hants, high 
sheriff 1815 ; director of French Hospital 1786 ; M.A. 
Hertford Coll.,Oxon, 1785; born 18 Sept., 1760; died 
29 Jan., 1817; he married at Walcot Church, Eath, 
3 May, 1790, Caroline, daughter of Christopher Anstey, 
the poet, of Trumpington, Cambridge ; she died 2 Aug., 
1848, aged 82 ; buried with her husband in Weyhill 
Church, Andover ; had an only son, 

Henry (Bosanquet), M.A. Corpus Christi Coll., 
Oxon, 1819 ; born 29 Dec, 1793 ; died 31 Jan., 1861, 
having married at Upper Clatford, Hants, 6 June, 
1827, Mary, daughter of Wm. Richards, Esq., of 
Upper Clatford ; she died 17 Jan., 1861, having had a 
son and daughter. 

(1) Henry Anstey (Bosanquet), late of Clanville Lodge, 
Andover, Hants, M.A. Christ Church, Oxon, 1852, 
bar.-at-law Inner Temple, born 25 March, 1828 ; 
married at Kilve, 4 Sept., 1861, Mary Anne youngest 
daughter of Lt.-Col. Luttrell, of Kilve Court, Somerset, 
and of Dunster Castle, and has 3 daughters, 

Mary, born 5 July, 1862 ; Edith Caroline, born 15 
Aug., 1864 ; Amy Louisa, born 13 May, 1866. 

(2) Caroline Jane. 
[4a] Susanna (Bosanquet), buried at Boxley, Kent, 6 
Dec, 1828, having married (setts. 28 Nov., 1776) as 2nd 
wife to James Whatman, Esq., of Vinters, Kent, high 
sheriff' 1767 ; he died 18 March, 1798, leaving a son, 

James (Whatman), of Vinters, Kent, J. P., educated 
at Charterhouse andTrin. Coll., Camb., born 11 Sept., 
baptized 11 Oct., 1777 ; died iS Sept., 1843, buried at 
Boxley; married Feb., 1811, Eliza Susanna, eldest 
daughter of Samuel Robert Gaussen, Esq., M.P., of 
Brookmans Park, Herts (see page 28) ;■ she died 10 
March, 1864, having had 5 sons (d). 
(lii) James, born Dec, 1812, died same year. 
(2a') James (Whatman), of Vinters, Kent, J.P., D.L., 
educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxon, M.A., 
F.R.S., and F.S.A., late capt. West Kent mihtia, 
M.P. Maidstone 1852-7, West Kent 1857-9, Maid- 
stone 1865-74, born 3 July, 1813 ; married 23 April, 
1850, Louisa Isabella, eldest daughter of late Charles 
Ross, Esq., M.P., commissioner of the Audit Board 
(and his wife, Mary, daughter and co-heir of Charles, 
2nd and last Marquis Cornwallis, by his wife Louisa, 
4th daughter of Alexander, 4th duke, and sister of 
George, 5th and last Duke of Gordon, K.T.), and has 
had 5 daughters. 

[1] Mary Eliza Cornwallis, bom 19 Jan., 1852; 

married 25 July, 1878, to Arthur George Dugdale, 

capt. R.A., brigade-major N. District. 

[2] Ellen Philippa Louisa, born 18 June, 1854; 

married 7 March, 1875, to W Blakeney Persse 

Trousdell, late lieut. 7th Queen's Own Hussars, and 

has had 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

Alexander James (Trousdell), bom 18 Sept., died 
15 Dec, 1877 ; William Hugh Cornwallis, born 
9 Jan., 1879 ; Charies Fr.incis, born 15 Feb., 
1880 : John Ponsonby, born 6 Nov., 1882 ; 
Maurice George, bora 16 Dec, 1883 ; Edith Ellen 
Mary ; Evelyn Marion Louisa. 

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[3] Florence Emma Jemima (Whatman), born 30 
April, 1857. 

[4] Louisa Elizabeth, born 24 Aug., 1858. 
[5] Evelyn Julia, born 7 and died 12 Nov., 1861. 
(3i/) Henry Armytage, lieut. 9th lancers, educated at 
Eton, born 8 July, 1815 ; died 20 Aug., 1836. 
(id) Charies James, educated at Eton, and Christ 
Church, Oxon, born 2 July, 1817; died 7 Nov., 1855 ; 
married Dec, 1838, Harriet Elizabeth, daughter of 
Rear-Adml. Geoffrey, Baron de Raigersfeld ; she died 
30 April, 1876, aged 70, having had an only son, 

Charles Richard Raigersfeld (Whatman), born 15 
March, 1842 ; died 29 March, 1874 ; married 28 
Oct., 1868, Emily Jane, widow of William Edmund 
Finch, of Rochester, daughter of James Hall ; she 
died 19 April, 1873, leaving a daughter. 

Augusta Bertha Elizabeth Raigersfeld (Whatman), 
born 12 Nov., 1869, H.S.H. Princess Edward of 
Saxe Weimar sponsor. 
(5d) William Godfrey, of London, banker, educated 
at Eton, and Christ Church, Oxon, M.A., born 17 
Feb., 1819; died 16 Dec, 1S76; married 6 May, 
1845, Emma Jane, daughter of Serjeant Heath, of 
Kitlands, Dorking, and had 3 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] George Dunbar (Whatman), of London, banker, 
a commissioner of lieutenancy of London, educated 
at Eton, and Exeter Coll., Oxon, B.A., bom 21 
Feb., 1846; married. 9 April, 1872, Frances, eldest 
daughter of George Arthur Fuller, Esq., of the 
Rookery, Dorking. Surrey, and has a son, 

Arthur Dunbar, born 13 Feb., 1873. 
[2] Edward Godfrey, bom 4 March, 1850; died 15 
June, 1857. 

[3] William Douglas, lieut. 20th hussars, born 14 
Oct., i860. 

[4] Ann Eliza, born 4 Aug., 1847; died 7 Aug., 1870. 
[5] Margaret Eleanor, bom 24 Feb., 1852 ; married 
23 April, 1879, to Henry Elliot Maiden, M.A. 
Trin. Hall, Camb., and has a son and 3 daughters. 
Edward Elliot (Maiden), born 23 Feb., 1880; 
Anne Douglas, born 14 Jan., 1881 ; Helen 
Georgina, born II June, 1882; Mary Joanna, 
born 23 June, 1883. 
[6] Emma Louisa, born 2 Feb., 1854 ; married 6 
Nov., 1878, to John Gregory Forbes, M.A. Trin. 
Coll., Camb., vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, 
and has a son and daughter. 

Charies Godfrey (Forbes), bora 24 Oct., 1879 ; 
Margaret Julia, born 24 Feb., 1881. 
[7] Mary Julia, born 6 July, 1856 ; died 12 June, 
1857. 



[Sa] Mary (Bosanquet), died 16 March, 1844; buried at 
Hanwell 25th ; she married there, 2 Nov., 1786, to John 
William Commerell, of Hanwell Park, Middlesex, and 
Strood Park, Sussex, high sheriff' 1803 ; he died 22 Dec, 
1847, aged 92, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters (/). 
(If-Ja) William John (Commerell), of the foot gu.ards ; 
fell at the battle of Barossa 5 March, 181 1 ; unmarried. 
(2/-5a) John (Commerell), of Strood Park, Sussex, edu- 
cated at Harrow and Cambridge ; died 27 Feb., 1836, 
aged 41 ; married 17 July, 1821, Sophia Henrietta, 
2nd daughter of William, 2nd son of Jacob Bosanquet, 
Esq. , of Broxbournebury (see page 30) ; she died 1 5 
Nov., 1841, having had (with 6 children who died in 
mfancy) 2 sons and a daughter (g). 

[lS-2f] William Augustus, of Hanwell Park, Middx., 
and of Strood Park, Sussex, educated at Harrow, 
gentleman commoner of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxon, 
born I Oct., 1822 ; married , 1849, M. 

Smith, and died s.p. 20 Nov., 1858, buried at 
Hanwell. 

{2g-2/] Vice-Adml. Sir John Edmund, K.C.B. 1874, 
V.C, C.B. (civil 1866, military 1869), a lord of the 
admiralty 187982, served in Baltic, and on China, 
India, and South American stations, knight of the 



I 



♦• Thg + Descent + oe •♦ 

James Whatman, Esq., F.S.A., 

OF VINTERS, KENT, LATE M.P. WEST KENT, ETC., 

FROM THE 



^looo laopai 




of OBnglanD, 



Edward I., crowned i9=pEIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Joan of Acre, b. there l272,=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=f=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl I band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
of Cornwall. ler, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=j=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



Margaret Stafford^ 



Sir Ralph Stafford, of Graf- 
ton, CO. Wore. 



=Maud. eldest dau. and heir 
of Sir John Hastings, of 
Grafton. 



Sir Humphrey Stafford, of=f=Elizabeth, dau. and heir of 
Grafton, d. 1419. SirJohiiBurdet.of Huncote, 

I CO. Line. 



Ann Stafford=j=William Rous, of Lench 
I Randolph, co. Leic. 



Miss Taylor=j=Thomas or John Ro 
(ist wife). Overton or Eve 
I Northants. 



s, of=Elizabeth (2nd 

;ton, wife), dau. of 

Wm.Vavasour. 



coniinued/rom below. 
Miss Taylor=j=Thomas (or John) Rous. 

Ann (ist wife), dau.=j=John Rous,=EIeanor (2nd wife), 
of Sir Edward Mon- of Lench dau. of Richard 
tagu. I 



Randolph. Cresswell, Esq. 



Cicely Rous=f=Walter Hanbury, of ! 
I hall, CO. Wore. 



Sir John Hanbury, of Kel-=i=Mary Whetle, of Suffolk, 
marsh, Northants. 

I 

Lucy Martin=Ed ward Hanbury, =Mary(2nd wife),dau.of 

(1st wife). ofKelmarsh. I EdwardShuckburgh.of 

I Navesby, Northants. 



John Hanbury, of Kelmarsh=:Mary, yst. dau. and co-heir 
I of Thomas Waller, serjt.-at- 
law. 



=Catherine or Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir William 
Gore, ofTring, Herts. 



Thomas Hanbury, John Han-' 
ancestor of Lord bury. 
Bateman. 



John Hanbury, Mary, m. to Elizabeth, =f=JacobBosan- 

m. Elizabeth John Bree- m. iS Jnn. quet.of Lon- 

Laurence.=r don, Esq.=f= 1748, d. 9 don,d.9june, 

A A Jan- 1799- I i?^?. 



Susanna Bosanqu et, m . I776,=i=james Whatman, of Vinters, 
buried at Boxley 6 Dec, I Kent, d. 18 March, 1798. 
1828. 



James What- J air.es \Vhaiman,=f l.uuisa Isabella, eldest 
inan,b. Dec. of Vinlers, Kent, 1 dau. oflateChas. Ross, 
1812, died J.P., P.I... F.S.A., I Esq., M.P.(andh;swife 



M.P., Mr.idstonc, I Maiy, 
1852-7, 1S65-74, I ofCha 
West Kent 1857- I of Cc 
9, b. 3july, 1813. I wift 



and co-heir 
Marquis 
by his 
Louisa, 4th dau. of 
ander, 4th Duke of 
Gordon),m.23Apl.i850. 



James Whatman, of Vinters,=i=Eliza Susanna, eldest dau. 
Kent, b. 11 Sept. 1777, d. | ofS.R. Gaussen,Esq.,M.P., 
18 Sept. 1843. I m. Feb. 181 1, d. 10 March, 

1864. 



Wm.Godfrey=pEmniaJane, 
Whatman, of 

London, 
banker, b. 17 
Feb. i8i9,d. 
l6Dec.i876. 



Heniy Army- 
tage, lieut. 9th 
lancers, d. 20 
Aug. 1836. 



Chas. James 
Whatman, b. 
2july, 1S17, 
d. 7 Nov. 
i855.=p 



Serjeant 
Heath, of 
Kitlands, 
Dorking, 
m. 6 May, 
1845. 



Mary Eliza Corn-=Arthur George Ellen Philippa=i=\Villiaml!lakeney Florence Emma J 

wallis Whatman, Dugdale, major Louisa What- | Persse Trousdell, Whatman, 

m. 25 July, 1878. R.A. man, m. 7 Apl. late 7th Queen's Louisa Elizabeth. 
1875. I Own hussars. 



Evelyn Julia, b. 
and d. Nov. 
1S61. 



Alexander James Trousdell, b. 

"-^cpt. d. 15 Dec. 1877. 
W, li.nm Hugh Cornwallis, b 

Jan. 1S79. 



Charles Francis, b. 15 Feb. i88( 
John Ponsonby, b. 6 Nov. 1S82. 



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Maurice George, b. Edith Ellen Mary. 

16 Dec. 18S3. Evelyn Marion Louisa. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Legion of Honour and of the Medjidie, Crimean, 
Turkish, Baltic, China, and Ashartee medals, naval 
A. D.C. to the Queen 187 1 -6, groc m-ii- waiting 1872-9, 
commanding at Cape 1871-3, winnled at the Prah 
1873, commander-in-chief special sjuadron, Mediter- 
ranean, 1878, and on American and West India 
station since 1882 ; i8th in descent from Ed- 
wardI. ; bom 13 Jan., 1829 ; married 13 Oct., 1854, 
Matilda Maria, 4th daughter of Joseph Bushby, of 
St. Croix, West Indies, and of London, and has had 
3 daughters. 

(l)^Ella Maude, bom 29 Jan.. 1862. 

(2) Alice Gordon Ives, born 14 Oct., 1S63. 

(3) Jessie Sophia, born 26 Oct., 1865 ; died 25 
May, 1S68. 

l^g-^f] Henrietta Sophia, bom 15 Nov., 1824 ; 
married 21 June, 1848, to Fitzmaurice Gustavus 
Bloomfield, of New Park, co. Waterford, J. P., capt. 
late Bengal artillery (2nd son of Major John Colpoys 
Bloomfield. of Redwood, co. Tipperary, see Foster's 
Peerage, 1883 edition), and has had 2 sons and 6 
daughters. 

(1) Fitzmaurice Edmund (Bloomfield), died 15 
Feb., 1 87 1, aged 12. 

(2) Godfrey Herbert, bora 5 March, 1865. 

(.3) Sophia Arabella Edith, married 2 Feb., 1S70, 
to William Capel, capt. the Prince of Wales' 
volunteers (South Lane, regt.), formerly S2ndregt., 
and has a daughter, Edith Beatrice. 

(4) Kathleen Mary. 

(5) Charlotte Dorothea, married 31 Aug., 1876, 
to Joseph Mills, capt. late 5th dragoon guards. 

(6) Alice Eliza Helen, married 1st, 2 June, 1874, 
to Frederick Malcolmson, Esq., of Clodiagh, Port- 
law, CO. Waterford, who died 20 Dec, 1876, 
leaving 2 daughters. 

[1] Helen Christina (Malcolmson), bom 20 

March, 1875. 

[2] Blanche Henrietta Caldwell (Malcolmson), 

born 8 May, 1876. 
Mrs. Malcolmson re-married 26 Feb., iSSo, to 
Andrew Edgar Caldecott, J. P. co. Waterford, late 
lieut. 3rd dragoon guards, eldest son of Edward 
Caldecott, Esq., of Trueloves, Essex, and has a 
son and daughter. 

[3] Andrew Herbert (Caldecott), born 15 Nov., 

1883. 

[4] Ethel Mary Florence (Caldecott), born 2 

Dec, 1880. 

(7) Henrietta Julia, married 23 April, 1SS3, to 
jiajor Walter James Lindsay, rifle brigade (see E. 
Crawford, in Foster's Peerage). 

(8) Ethel Ac-elaide. 

{y-Sa) Maria Susanna, died s.p. Nov.. 1852; mar- 
ried 20 July, 1821, to Robert Melville Grindley, 
E.I.C.S. 

(ifSa) Eliza, died unmarried Nov., 1863, aged 64. 
[6a] Elizabeth (Bosanquet), bom 31 March, 1762; died 
30 Jan., 1798 ; buried at North Mimms, having married, 
26 July, 1783, to Col. Samuel Robert Gaussen, of Brook- 
mans, Herts, high sheriff 1790, M.P. Warwick 1796- 
1802, col. of volunteers, director of French Hospital ; he 
died 16 Aug., 1812, aged 56, having had 7 sons and 3 
daughters (k). 

(lk-6a) Samuel Robert (Gaussen), of Brookmans Park. 

Herts, born 11 April, 1783 ; died 28 April, iSiS; he 

married Sept., 1813, Cecilia, daughter of William 

Franks, Esq., of Beech Hill, Berks ; she died 16 May. 

1S68, aged So. having (re-married to George Jacob 

Bosanquet, of Broxbournebury, Herts, who died 3 July, 

1866. see page 26; had 3 sons (/). 

[1/-7/C-] Robert William, of Brookmans Park, Herts. 

J.P., D.L., high sheriff- 1841. M.A., attache H.B.AL 

legation, Stockholm, 1836-8, bom 7 July, 1814; 

died II July, 1880; he married 11 Aug., 1841. 



Elizabeth Christian, daughter and co-heir of James 
Archibald Casamajor, Esq., E.I.C.S.; she died 23 
July, 1864, leaving 2 sons. 

(i) Robert George (Gaussen), of Brookmans Park, 
Herts, J.P., capt. grenadier guards, born 14 June, 
1S43 ; married 31 Dec, 1870, Selina, 3rd daughter 
of Major Arthur Willoughby Cole-Hamilton, of 
Eeltrim, co. TjTone (E. Enniskillen, in Foster's 
Peerage), and has 2 daughters. 

[1] Emily Christian, born 23 Oct., 1871. 
[2] Cicely Anne, born 16 Dec, 1S74. 

(2) Casamajor William (Gaussen), of the Dell, 
Llanelly, born 3 Jan., 1845 ; married 2 Feb., 
18S4, Mabel Constance, daughter of Sir Philip 
John William Miles, Bart., M.P., of Leigh Court. 
Somerset. 

{2l-i/c] Frederick Charies, born 24 May, 1816 ; died 
31 May, 1867, aged 51 ; he married 7 Oct., 1852, 
Letitia, eldest daughter of Alfred Chapman, Esq. 
(see vol. iii.), and had 5 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Alfred William George, lieut. 43rd regt.; 

bom 9 March, 1855. 
" ■ ■ 1 Hay 

died 21 Feb., 1862. 

(3) William Frederick Armytage, bom 9 Jan., 
1863. 

(4) Edward Herbert, born 9 June, 1S65. 

(5) Bernard Macnaghten, born 23 Nov., 1866. 

(6) Alice, bora 28 Aug., 1857. 

[3/-7*] William Augustus, capt. 14th light dragoons; 
born Oct., 1818 ; died 19 June, 1857. 
(2k-6a) Peter, bom , 17S4, died young. 

(3k-6a) Peter, capt. Coldstream guards, served in 
Walcheren expedition; born iS Oct., 1785 ; died un- 
married 10 Oct., 1808. 

(4/5-6a) Armytage, rector of Meesden, Herts, bom 30 
April, 1 791 ; died s p. July, 1859; married, July, 
:Sl4, Sarah, daughter of Admiral Thomas Sotheby 
[and co-heir of her mother (the admiral's 1st wife), 
Sarah, daughter of Christopher Anstey, of Tramping- 
ton, CO. Camb.] ; she died at Richmond I June, 
1S65. 

(^ik-da) William, bom 15 May, 1792-3 ; fl'ed s-P- 19 
July, 1861 ; he married, 10 Aug., 1852, Eleanor Letitia, 
eldest daughter of Samuel Bosanquet, Esq., of Forest 
House, Essex, and Dingestow Court, Mon. (see page 34). 
(Jak-6a) George ; and {7k-6a) Henry, both died young. 
(8k-6a} Eliza Susanna, born 10 April, 17S7 ; died 
10 March, 1864, having married, Feb., 1811, to her 
cousin, James Whatman, Esq., of Vinters, Maidstone ; 
he died iS Sept., 1843, leaving issue (see page 26). 
(9k-6a) Harriet, bom 30 Jan., 1795 : died 21 Jan., 
1875, having married. 23 Sept., 181 7, to James Best, 
of Park House, Boxley, and Rome House, Chatham, 
J. P. ; It.-col. West Kent Militia (son of Thomas Best, 
and grandson of James Best and Frances Shelley, see 
vol. i., p. 74) ; he died 20 Jime, 1S49, having had 5 sons 
and 2 (laughters. 

[1] James t Best), gentleman commoner Christ Church 

Coll., Oxon, bom 27 Oct., 1822; died 10 June, 

1S45. 

[2] Thomas Henry, bom 17 June, died 13 Sept.. 1825. 

[3] Mawdistly Gaussen (Best), of Park House, 

Boxley, Kent, late major in the army, served with 

34th and 25th regts. in the Crimea and India, born 

23 Aug., 1826; married, 14 April, 1864. Katharine 

Anabella, eldest surviving daughter of Rev. Tatton 

lirockman, of Beachborough, Kent. 

[4] Thomas Charles Hardinge (Best), major 72nd 

Highlanders, served in Indian mutiny, medal, bom 

22 May, 1S2S. 

[5] John Aylmer, bom 22 April, 1831 ; died 2S 

Jan., 1832. 

[6j Kmi.'y Dorothy, born 15 Dec, 1829 ; married, 

25 Aug., 1864, as 3rd wife to [ames Whatman 



[ 28 ] 



♦• Ths + Descert + OB •♦ 



George Dunbar Whatman, Esq., 



OF LONDON, BANKER, 

FROM THE 



151000 iRopal 



Edward I., crowned ig=f=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Au?. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. 




cf €ngIanB. 



Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joanof Acre, b. there 1 272,=rGilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
of Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=rRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 



Aug. 1372. 



Margaret Staflrord=j=Sir John Stafford, Knt., of 
Bramshill, co. Staff. 



Sir Ralph Stafford, of Graf-=j=Maud. eldest dau. and heir 
ton, CO. Wore. I of Sir John Hastings, of 

Grafton. 



Sir Humphrey Stafford, of=pElizabeth, dau. and heir of 
Grafton, d. 1419. SirTohnBurdet,ofHuncote, 

CO. "Line. 



Ann Stafford=f=William Rous, of Lench 
I Randolph, co. Leic. 



Miss Taylor=j=Thomas or John Rous, of^EIizabeth (2nd 
(1st wife). Overton or Everston, wife), dau. of 
I Northants. Wni.Vavasour. 

A, 
continued above. 



continued/rom Iclow. 
Miss Taylor=j=Thoraas (or John) Rous. 

Ann (1st wife), dau.=j=John Rous,=Eleanor (2nd wife), 
of Sir Edward Mon- I of Lench dau. of Richard 
tagu. I Randolph. Cresswell, Esq. 

Cicely Rous=pWalter Hanbury, of Beau- 
I hall, CO. Wore. 

r' ' 

:el-=j=M:ary Whetle, of SufTolk. 



Sir John Hanbury, of 
marsh, Northants. 



Lucy Martin — Edward Hanbury, =Mary (2nd wife),dau.of 

(1st wife). ofKelmarsh. I EdwardShuckburgh.of 

I Navesby, Northants. 



John Hanbury, ( " Kelmarsh^Mary, yst. da 



I ofThomas Waller, serjt.-at- 
I law. 



Thomas Hanbury, John Han-=j=Catherine or Elizabeth, 
ancestor of Lord bury. dau. of Sir William 

Batenian. | Gore, ofTring, Herts. 



John Hanbuiy, Mary, m. to Elizabeth, =j=JacobB osan- 

ra. Elizabeth John Bree- m. iS Jan. I quet.of Lon- 

Laurence.=j= don, Esq.=p 1748, d. 9 don,d.9june, 

A A Jan. I799-J 1767. 

Susanna Bosanquet,ni. 1 776,=j=JamesWhatman, of V inters, 
buried at Boxley 6 Dec., Kent, d. 18 March, 1798. 
1828. 



James What- James Whatman,=j=Louisa Isabella, eldest 

nian,b. Dec. of Vinters, Kent, I dau. oflateChas. Ross, 

1812, died J.P., D.L., F.S.A., I Esq., M.P.(andhis wife 

same year. M.P. Maidstone 1 Mary, dau. and co-heir 

1852-7, 1865-74, I of Charles, last Marquis 

West Kent 1S57- I of Cornwallis, by his 

9, b. 3 July, 1813. I wife Louisa, 4lhdau. of 

I Alexander, 4lh Duke of 

/|\Gordon ),m.23 Ajil. 1 850. 



James Whatman, of Vinters,=f Eliza Susanna, eldest dau. 
Kent, b. n Sept. 1777, d. | ofS.R. Gaussen,Esq.,M.P., 
iS Sept. 1843. I m. Feb. 181 1, d. 10 March, 

I 1S64. 



Wm.Godfrey=rEmmaJane, 



Heniy Army- 
tage, lieut. 9th 
lancers, d. 20 
Aug. J 836. 



Chas. James 
Whatman, b. 
2 July, 181 7, 
d. 7 Nov. 



Whatlnan, of 

London, 
banker, b. 17 
Feb. l8l9,d. 
l6Dec.i876. 



dau. of 
Serjeant 

Heath, of 
Kitlands, 
Dorking, 

m. 6 May, 

1845. 



George Dunbar What-=|=Frances, eldest 
man, banker, commis- | dau. of George 



sioner of lieutenancy for 
city of London, H.A. 
Exeter Coll., O.xon, b. 
21 Feb. 1846. 



Fuller, Esq., 
of the Rookery, 
Dorking. 



Wm. Douglas, 
It. 20th hus- 
sars, b. I40ct. 
lS6o. 



m.23Apl. 
1S79. 



^Henry EIHl 
Maiden, 
M.A. 



Louisa, =pJohn Gregory 
Forbes, M.A. , 
vicar of Hat- 
field Broad 
Oak. 



Arthur Dunbar Whatii 
h 13 Feb. 1873. 



Edward, b. 1S80. Georgina. 

Anne, b. iSSi. Mary Joanna, 

[29] 



Charles, b. 1S79. Margaret, b 1S81. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Bosanquet, of Claysmore, Enfield (see page 34), who 
died 22 Dec, 1877, leaving by her 3 daughters. 

(1) Harriet (Bosanquet). 

(2) Elizabeth. 

(3) Aylmer Adela. 

[7] Elizabeth Caroline Anne (Best), bom 18 May, 
1836. 
{\!6k-6a) Charlotte (Gaussen), died when 6 years old. 

WILLIAM BOSANQUET, of London, ban- 
ker, partner in Forster, Lubbock, & Co., 
a director of French Hospital, educated at the 
Charter House; died 21 June, 1800, aged 43; 
buried at Willesden ; married at St. George's, 
Tombland, Norwich, 8 Dec, 1787, Charlotte 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Ives, of Norwich ; 
she died 13 Nov., 1806, aged 39 ; buried with 
her husband ; had 7 sons and 5 daughters {71). 
[1»] William George Ives (Bosanquet), E.I.C.S., bom 10 
Feb., 1789; died 31 March, 1S57, having married at 
St. Andrew, Enfield, 29 Aug., 1S22, Eliza, daughter of 
Patrick Cumroing, Esq., of Riga ; she died 20 Feb., 
1869 ; buried at Moriimer ; had 3 daughters (0). 

\^o-iti) Eleanor Eliza, born 28 May, 1823 ; died at 
Mentone, 4 April, 1880, having married 9 April, 1850, 
to Richard Edward, 3rd son of Ven. and Hon. Pierce 
Meade, archdeacon of Dromore (see Foster's Peerage, 
E. Clanwilliam), and had 3 daughters. 

[1] Mary Frances (Meade), born 27 Feb., 1851 ; 
married 15 May, 1873, to Arthur Broadwood, capt. 
and lieut.-col. Scots guards, and has a son and 5 
daughters. 

Ivo (Broadwood), born 8 March, 1874 ; May, 
born 25 March, 1875 ; Kathleen, born 17 May, 
1876 ; Joan, born 19 June, 1878 ; Ruth, born 6 
July, 1879 ; Faith, born 19 Oct., 1883. 

!2] Constance Isabel (Meade), bom 23 March, 1852. 
3] Helen Adelaide, born 27 July, 1853. 
(Zo-iii) Constance, bom 27 Aug., 1S26 ; married 17 
Feb., 1852, to Sir Claudius Stephen Paul Hunter, 2nd 
bart., of Mortimer Hill, Berks, J. P., D.L., high sheriff 
i860, lieut.-col. 1st batt. Berkshire vols., capt. Berks 
mil., and has had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Claude (Hunter), R.N., born 18 Dec, 1853; 
died 3 Dec, 1878. 

[2] Charles Roderick (Hunter), lieut. rifle brig., born 
6 July, 1858. 

[3] Constance, born 3 Dec, 1852. 
(3o-/«) Isabel, born 5 May, 1841 ; died Aug., 1844. 
[2«] AUGUSTUS HENRY, of whom presently. 
[3«] Joseph, twin with Mary, born and died 1793. 
[in] John Ives, E.I.C.S., joint magistrate Moradabad, 
born 16 Jan., 1794; died in India, 20 Dec, 1820; he 
married (lie i July, 1818) Elizabeth Magdalen, daughter 
of Thomas Boileau, Esq., of Calcutta (see Foster's Baro- 
netage)\ she died 5 Sept., 1869, having had 2 daughters. 

(1) Charlotte Elizabeth, boin 26 May, 1819; died 18 
April, 1820. 

(2) Harriet Alicia, born 22 Sept., 1S20. 

[5«] Samuel, bora 9 May, 1797; died s.p.. 20 Oct., 184S ; 
he married 25 March, 1824, Sophia, eldest daughter of 
James Tschudi Broadwood, Esq., of Lyne ; she re- 
married 3 Jan., 1856. to Rev. Henry Charles Raymond 
Barker, rector of Daglingworth, co. GIouc, hon. canon 
Biistol, 1872, M.A. Merton Coll., Oxon. 1832. 
[6«] Ed«in, rector of Forscote, Bath, 1848, M.A. Corpus 
Christi Coll., 0.\on, 1826, twin with Frederick, born 10 
Dec, 1799; he died 30 Aug., 1872; married 2 Aug., 
1S31, Eliza, 2nd daughler of Stephen Terr)', Esq., of 
Dummer House, Hants ; she died , 1S81, having 

had an only daughter, 



[30] 



Frances Eliza, bom 16 Nov., 1833 ; married 7 June, 
1859, to William Goldstone, M.A. Lincoln CoU., 
Oxon, 1854. 
[tit] Frederick, twin with Edwin, bom lo Dec, 1799; 
died 10 Sept., 1800. 

[8«] Charlotte Elizabeth Ives, born 21 Feb., 1790; died 
4 July, 1S52. 

[9«] Mary, twin with Joseph, born and died 1793. 
[10«] Sophia, born 15 Feb., 1795 ; died 15 Nov., 1841, 
having married, 17 July, i82l,t o her cousin John, 2nd 
son of John William Commerell, Esq., of Strood Park; 
she died 27 Feb., 1836, leaving issue (see page 26). 
[11«] Emma, horn l4March, 1796; died 24 Oct., 1871; 
married, 23 July, 1825, to Charles Adolphus de Kantzow, 
chevalier, created Baron de St. George in the kingdom 
of Portugal, many years Swedish envoy at the court of 
Lisbon, knight of the Order of the North Star, and 
commander of the Order of Vasa (of Sweden), knight 
of the Order of Christ, and commander of the Tower 
and Sword (of Portugal) ; he died at Kissingen, 9 Sept., 
1S67. having had 6 sons and 3 daughters. 
[12«] Harriot Ives (Bosanquet), bom 6 Nov., 1798 ; died 
8 Sept., 1830, having married 6 May, 1823, as 1st wife to 
John Raymond Raymond-Barker, of Fairford Park, co. 
Glouc., and had 2 daughters. 

(1) Augusta (Raymond-Barker), bom l5 March, 1827; 
married I Jan., 1856, to Col. Sir Lumley Graham, 4th 
hart., served in Kaffir war 1851-3, in Crimea 1854-5, 
at battle of the Alma and siege of Sebastopol, severely 
wounded and lost his right arm, knight of the Legion of 
Honour and of the Order of Medjidie, s.p. 

(2) Leonora (Raymond-Barker), bom 27 Feb., 1829. 

AUGUSTUS HENRY BOSANQUET, of 
Osidge, Herts, educated at Harrow and 
Haileybury, Bengal civil service 1811-17, a di- 
rector of East and West India Dock Company 
and of Imperial Fire Insurance Company, one of 
the founders of Universal Life Insurance Com- 
pany, director 1842-77 ; born i March, 1792 ; died 
19 Feb., 1877, having married 20 June, 1825, 
Louisa Priscilla, eldest daughter of David Bevan, 
of Belmont, Middlesex, and Fosbury, Wilts (see 
vol. iii.); she died 11 April, 1883, having had 6 
sons and 3 daughters (/). 

[1/] Horace Augustus, bom 5 Aug., 1827 ; died 26 

Aug., 1S40. 

\2p] ARTHUR, first named (see page 23). 

[3;S] Percival, of Ponfield, Herts, J. P., J.P. Middx., 

educated at Rugby, bom 30 Dec, 1831 ; married 9 Aug., 

1S59, Charlotte Louisa, youngest daughter of Richard 

Bevan, Esq., of Brighton (see vol. iii.), and has had 6 

sons. 

(1) Augustus Percival, born 26 Oct.. l85o. 

(2) Erig?ne Percival, born 13 Oct., 1862. 

(3) Gerald Percival, born 26 April, 1864; died 8 Feb., 

(4) Louis Percival, born 20 July, 1865. 

(5) Herbert Percival, bom 3 Feb., 1867. 

(6) Maurice Percival, bora 19 April, 1868 ; died 19 
April, 1870. 

[4/] Theodore, of West Down, Bradworthy, North Devon, 
Bombay C.S. 1854-80, educated at Harrow and Hailey- 
bury, born 22 June, 1833 ; married 30 July, 1S67, Merelina 
Lretitia Mary, eldest daughter of James Whatman Bosan- 
quet, Esq., of Claysmore, Middlesex (see page 34), and 
has 4 sons and 4 daughters. 
James Tindal Ives, bom 26 Aug., 1868 ; Henry Theo- 
dore Augustus, born 3 Aug., 1S70; Bernard Charles 
Horace, born 3 March, 1S76; Nicolas Conynghame 
Symonds, born 26 June, 188 1 ; Mary Frances Merelina, 



^9 The + Descent + ob •♦ 



Vice-Admiral Sir John E. Commerell, 



V.C., K.C.B., etc., etc., 



FROM THE 



01510011 iRogal 




of (ZBnsIanD. 



Edward I., crowned I9=f Eleanor (ist wife), daii. of 
Au^. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Joan of Acre, b. there l272,=i=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). | Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl I band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
of Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=rRalph de Stafford; K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 



Aug. 1372. 



lySir 
I Brai 



Sir Ralph Stafford, of Graf-=rMaud, eldest dau. and heir 
ton, CO. Wore. of Sir John Hastings, of 

Grafton. 



Humphrey Stafford, of=j=Elizabeth, dau. and heir of 
n, d. 1419. SirJohnBurdet,of Huncote, 

CO. Line. 



Ann Stafford=j=William Rous, of Lench 
I Randolph, co. Leic. 

Miss Taylor=i=Thomas or John Rous, of=Elizabeth (2nd 
(ist wife). I Overton or Everston, wife), dau. of 
I Northants. Wm. Vavasour. 

A, 
contin ued aboz'e. 



cotttiKUed/rom below. 

Miss Taylor=rThomas (or John) Rous. 

Ann (1st wife), dau.=r=John Rous,=Eleanor (2nd wife), 
of Sir Edward Mon- of Lench dau. of Richard 
tagu. I Rar 



Randolph. Cresswell, Esq. 



Lucy Martin=Edward Hanbury,=^Mary (2nd wife), dau. of 
(1st wife). ofKelmarsh. I Edward Shuckburgh.of 

Navesby, Northants. 



-Mary, yst. dau. and co-heir 
of Thomas Waller, serjt.-at- 
law. 



John Hanbury, of Kelmarsh- 



Thomas Hanbury, John Han-=f Catherine or Elizabeth, 
ancestor of Lord bury. I dau. of Sir William 

Bateman. Gore, of Tring, Herts. 



John Hanbury, Mary, m. to Elizabeth,=j=Jacob Bosan- 

m. Elizabeth John Bree- m. 18 Jan. I quet, of Lon- 

Laurence.=f= don, Esq.=p 1748, d. 9 don,d.9june, 

A A J an. 1799- I 1767- 

Mary Bosanquet, m. 2 Nov.=T=John William Commerell, 
1786, d. 16 Mar. 1844. of Hanwell Park, Middx., 

, d. 22 Dec. 1847. 



William John John Commerell, of=j=Sophia Henrietta, Maria Susanna, m.=Robert Mel- Ellen Commerell, 

" .. ^ .. .-. ,„ . .-, 2nd dau. of William 20 July, 1821, d. ville Grindley, d.unm. Nov. 1863. 

Bosanquet, Esq., m. s.p. Nov. 1862. E.LC.S. 

1821, d. 1841. 



Commerell, fell Strood Park, Sussex, 
at Barossa 5 d. 27 Feb. 1S36. 
March, 1811. 



William A. Com- Vice-Admiral Sir John Edmund= 
merell, of Hanwell Commerell, V.C. K.C.B., a lord of 
Park and Strood the admiralty 1S79-82, commander- 
Park, m. and d. in-chief on American and W.Lsta- 
s.p. 20 Nov. 1858. tion since 1882, b. 13 Jan. 1829. 



^Matilda Maria, 
4th dau.of Joseph 
Bushby, of St. 
Croix, W.L, m. 
13 Oct. 1854. 



Henrietta Sophia=i=FitzMaurice Gustavus 



Commerell, m. 21 
June, 1848. 



Bloomfield, of New 
Park, CO. Waterford, 
J.P. 



Ella Maude. Alice Gordon 



Ives. Jessie Sophia, d. 25 May, 
[31 ] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



born 3 Oct., 1871 ; Adelaide Louisa, born 21 March, 
1873; Juliana Florence Cecilia, born 16 June, 1877; 
Louise Marguerite Jermyn, born 5 June, 1883. 
[8/] Cecil (Bosanquet), educated at Ru^jby and Exeter 
Coll., Oxon, M.A., curate of Crawley, 'Hants, 1864-5, 
curate-in-charge of Kirstead 1867-8, born 12 Dec, 183S ; 
married 17 Oct., 1866, Theodosia, 3rd daughter of John 
Mellor Chapman, Esq., formerly of llswonh Place, co. 
Durham (see vol. iii.) ; she died 12 April, 1880, having 
had a son and 5 daughters. 

Gaston Augustus Ives, born 12 July, 1874 ; Madeleine 
Augusta Cecil, born 6 Aug., died 29 Sept., 1S67 ; 
Ernestine Theodosia Favell, born 3 Oct., 1S70 ; Aline 
Coralie Raymond, died 30 April, 1874 ; Irene Theo- 
dosia Raimond, born 14 Dec, 1876; Ginevra Louisa 
Hays, born 13 May, 1878. 
[6/] Gustavus, educated at Harrow and Trin. Coll., 
Camb., M.A. 1S67, rector of Clophill, Beds, since 1869, 
born iS Aug., 1840 ; married 3 June, 1868, Cecilia Cams, 
3rd daughter of Rev. David Barclay Bevan, vicar of Little 
Amwell, Herts (see vol. iii.) ; she died 14 March, 1874, 
having had 2 sons and a daughter, 

Cyril Gustavus, born 10 April, 1869 ; Florian Gustavus, 
born 3 April, 1S70 ; Leila Frances, born 4 Oct., 1871; 
died 10 March, 18S3. 
[7/] Louisa Clara, born 29 May, 1826 ; married I Nov., 
1859, to Horace Meyer, vicar of Christ Church, Clifton, 
Bristol, since 1881, entered E.I. C.S. (Bengal marine) 1S43, 
fellow commoner St. Catharine's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1855, 
M.A. i860, vicar of North Mimms, Herts, and rural 
dean of Barnet 1856-64, rector of East Tisted. Hants, 
I1864-9, rector of Trowbridge, Wilts, 1869-81 (7th son 



of John Meyer, by his wife Margaret, 2nd daughter of 
John Strother Ancram, Esq.), and has had 3 sons and 4 
daughters. 

Horace Raymond (Meyer), bom and died 4 April, 

1862; Horace Rollo, born 6 July, 1868; Horace 

Leycester, born 19 Dec, 1870; Favell Lee, bom 11 

April, 1861 ; Evelyn Agneta, born 4 April, 1863 ; 

Clara Louisa Lattice, born 7 Aug., 1865 ; Margaret 

Alda. bom 4 March, 1867. 

[8j*] Emmeline Favell, born 9 June, 1830; married 24 

July. 1852, to Charles John Gibb, col. R.E., served at the 

Cape and in the Crimea ; Cape, Crimea, Sebastopol, and 

Turkish medals, clasp and the Order of the Medjidie 

(eldest son of Harry Scott Gibb, R.A.); he died at 

Canpes I Dec, 1865, aged 43, having had 2 sons and 2 

daughters. 

(1) F'rancis (Hughes-Gibb), educated at Hanow and 
Trin. Coll.. Camb., M.A. 1883, bom 20 Feb., 1857; 
married 6 April, 1880, Eleanor Mary, eldest daughter 
of William Knox Wigram, Esq. (by his wife Hon. 
Eleanor Mary Pomeroy, elder daughter of John, 5th 
Viscount Harberton, see Foster's Peerage), and has a 
son and 2 daughters, 

Charles Pomeroy (Hughes-Gibe), bora 2 Aug., 
1883; Dorothy Frances, born 10 Jan., 1881; Gwen- 
dolen Margaret, born 7 March, 18S2. 

(2) Malcolm Couper, Bo.C.S., educated at Harrow 
and Trin. Coll., Camb., LL.B., 1882, born 22 Jan., 
1861. 

(3) Favell Lucy, born 25 April. 1853. 

(4) Ethel Ramsay, born 29 April, died 5 May, 1863. 
[9/] Adela, bom 26 Feb., 1835. 



u?\ 



Bosanquet, of Forest House, Essex. 



BOSANQUET, OF FoREST HoUSE, EsSEX. 



BOSANQUET, SAMUEL COURTHOPE, of 
Forest House, Essex, and of Dingestow 
Court, Monmouth, J. P., educated at Eton and 
Christ Church Coll., Oxon, bar.-at-law Lincoln':, 
Inn 1857, born 2 March, 1832 ; married 7 Aug., 
1862, Mary, 2nd daughter of John Arkwright, Esq., 
of Hampton Court, Hereford, and has 2 sons and 
a daughter. 

[1] Samuel Ronald Courthope, born 6 Sept., 1S68. 
[2] Vivian Henry, bom 13 April, 1872. 
[3] Maud. 

ili'neaffe. 

piERRE BOSANQUET, of Lunel, in Languedoc, de- 
^ scended, according to the family pedigree, from Roubs 
Bosanquet de Colognac, about 1500 ; he married 1653, 
GaiUard de Barbut, of Lunel, and died 7 Nov., 1700, Tiaving 
had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Pierre, of Lunel, embraced the Roman Catholic faith ; 
had 2 sons, and 3 daughters. 

E2] DAVID, of whom presently. 
3] John, came to England 1695, naturalized by act of 
pariiament 1703, a merchant 1720, bom 31 Oct., 1674 ; died 
unmarried 12 June, 1750. 

[4] Wilham, a captain of grenadiers in France ; had a son 
and daughter. 

[5] Marguerite, married to Jean Gaussen, of Lunel, made 
his will 10 June, J729. 

[6] Catherine, married to M. Trossel, who died Nov., 
1745. aged 82. 

[7] Louise, married to M. Berard, of Lunel, and had 2 
daughters. 

DAVID BOSANQUET, of London, Turkey merchant, 
fled from Lyons on account of the persecution to 
Geneva, came to London 21 Feb., 1686, naturalized by 
warrant under the great seal 16 Dec, 1687, in which year he 
was summoned belore the Heralds to have his arms and 
pedigree recorded, born 31 Oct., 1661 ; died 5 July, 1732, 
buried in the chancel of St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, will 
dated 10 June, 1732 ; he married at St. Stephen's, 15 Sept., 
1698, Elizabeth, daughter of Claude Hays (and his wife, 
Elconor Cognard) ; she born 23 Sept., 1676, died 30 Sept., 
1737, buried with her husband ; had 9 sons and 5 daughters. 
[1] David, born in London 5 Oct., 1699, baptized in French 
Church, Threadneedle Street, 29 Oct. ; died 4 Oct., 1741 ; 
married Dorcas Melchior ; she died i8 Sept., 1779, leaving 
a son, 

Richard, director East India Company, bom 27 May, 1735, 
baptized at St. Dionis, Backchurch, 1 1 J une ; died un married 
at Green Bank, near Falmouth, 17 April, 1809, aged 74. 
[Si SAMUEL, of whom presently. 
[3] Daniel, born 20 Feb., 1701 ; died 18 April, 1702. 
[4] Claude, of London, director French Hospital 1741, fined 
for sheriff of Northumberland 1755, bom 15 March, 1707; 
died unmarried 26 .July, 1786, monument St. Stephen's, 
Coleman Street. 

[5] Benjamin, of Hatton Garden, fellow of Trin. Coll., 
Camb., B.A. 1730, M.A. 1734, L.R.C.P. 1742, M.D., F.R.S., 
of the council 1749, born 25 Sept., 1708 : died unmarried 22 
Dec, I7SS- 

[6] Pierre, or Peter, bom 13 Nov., 1709 ; died unmarried 
at Aleppo, 23 July, r739. 

[1] Daniel, born 16 Oct., 1711 ; died 17 Feb., 1725. 
18] Jacob, married Elizabeth Hanbury (named on page 24). 
[9] Jean, bom 24 April, 1717, buried 11 May same year in 
St. Antholin, London. 

[10] Elizabeth Eleonor, born 17 Aug., 1703 ; married to M. 
Sheppard, and died s.p. 7 Oct., 1737. 

[H] Susanne, bom 13 Jan., 1704; died 2 April, 1774, 
having married at St. Stephen's, 2 May, 1732 to Charles 
Van Notten, of Amsterdam ; he died i March, 1750, leaving 
a son, Charles, created a baronet 28 July, 1791 (^see Pqle in 
Foster's Baronetage] . 



[3 



[IS] Debora, born 30 Dec, 1705 ; died 12 Jan. following. 
[13] Marguerite, born 2 Nov., 1712 ; died 7 July, 1713. 
[14] Eleonora, born 25 Oct., 1715; died 21 Aug., 1786, 
having mairied 24 June, 1736, to Henry Lannoy Hunter, of 
Hoech Hill, Berks ; he died 24 June, 1726, leaving issue ; 
his grandson Claudius was created a baronet 15 Dec, 1812 
(see Foster's Baronetage). 

CAMUEL BOSANQUET, of Forest House, E'se:*, and 
^~' of Dingestow Court, co. Monmouth, lieut. of forest of 
Waltliam, high sheriff Essex 1770, governor of Eftnk of 
England 1774, director of French Hospital 1782, deputy 
governor of Levant Company, born 8 June, 1744, died 4 
July, 1806; married at Strathfield Saye, 27 Nov., 1767, his 
cousin, Eleanor, youngest daughter of Henry Lannoy Hunter, 
Esq. (see Foster's Baronetage) ; she died 7jan., 1819, having 
had 3 sons and a daughter. 
[1] SAMUEL, of whom presently, 

I'^J Charles Bosanquet, of the Firs, Hampstead, and of 
Rock, Northumberland, high sheriff 1828, governor of South 
Sea Company, It. -col. hght horse volunteers 1819, comd. 
London and Westminster light horse volunteers, born 23 
July, 1769, died 20 Jime, 1850 ; married i June, 1796, 
Chariotte Ann, daughter of Peter Holford, Esq., of Weston 
Birt, CO. Gloucester ; she died 15 Feb., 1839, having had 6 
sons and a daughter. 

(1) Charles Holford Bosanquet, bar.-at-law Lincoln's Inn, 
and of Ealliol Coll., Oxon, born 21 March, 1798 ; died un- 
married 19 Dec, 1834. 

(S) Robert William, of Rock, Northumberland, J. P., rector 

of Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, born 26 Jan., 1800, died 

25 Dec, 1880; married at Spennithome, 25 Feb.. 1834, 

Frances, 4th daughter of Henry Percy PuUeine, of Crake 

Hall, Yorks, Esq. ; she died 9 Jan., 1835, leaving a son, 

[1] Charles Bertie Pulleine Bosanquet, sometime of 

Lincoln's Inn, and of Balliol Coll., Oxon; born 27 

Dec, 1834 ; married 31 July, 1862, Eliza Isabella, eldest 

daughter of late Ralph Carr-EUison, Esq., of Dunsfon 

Hill, CO. Durham, and Hedgeley, Northumberland, and 

has 2 sons and 6 daughters. 

Robert Carr Bosanquet, bom 7 June, 1871 ; George 
Pulleine ; Frances Elizabeth ; Amy Caroline ; Ellen 
Pulleine ; Elizabeth Feilde ; Caroline Henrietta ; 
Rosalie Ellison. 
Rev. Robert W. Bosanquet married 2ndly, at Kil- 
malcolm, Renfrewshire, 16 Oct., 1838, Caroline, daughter of 
Day Hort Macdowall, Esq., of Castle Semple and Walken- 
shaw, N.B. ; she died 4 June, 1883, having had 4 sons. 
[2] Robert Holford Macdowall Bosanquet, fellow St. 
John's Coll., Oxon, 1870, and of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at- 
law 1S66, bom 30 July, 1S41. 

[3] Day Hort Bosanquet, post capt. R.N., bora 22 
March, 1843 ; married i Feb., 1881, Mary, 3rd daughter 
of late Col. Thomas Bromhead Butt (see Foster's Baro- 
netage), and has twin daughters, Beatrice Mary and 
Ahcia Grace, bora 9 Oct., 1881. 

[4J George William Bosanquet, of the audit office, 
and of 8sth regt., bora 4 July, 1845, died 24 Jan., 1869. 
[5] Bernard, fellow of University Coll., 0.xon, 1879, 
scholar of Balliol, born 14 June, 1848. 

(3) George Henry, B.A. Trin. Coll., Oxon, 1S26, in holy 
orders, bora 8 Aug., 1801, died s.p. 8 Sept., 1880 ; married 
18 .^pril, 1850. Louisa, daughter of Admiral Wm. Bateman 
Dashwood. 

(4) John Stayner, died unmarried 17 April, 1824. 

(5) Henry Dunster, died young. 

(0) Henry Ferdinand, died unmarried 5 March, 1829, 
aged 23. 

(J) Mary Anne, died s.p. 12 Dec, 1867 ; married 26 Jan., 
1836, to Rev. Edward Feilde. M.A., incumbent of Rock 
and Rennington, Northumberland ; he died 25 Jan., 1851. 
[3] Sir John Bernard Bosanquet, knighted Feb., 1830, 
P.C. 1833, justice of common pitas 1830-41, bar.-at-law 
of Lincoln's Inn 1800, counsel to the East India Company 
and to the B;rnk of England, serjt.-at-law 1814, king's seijt. 
1827, decUned the chief justiceship of Bengal 1824, a com- 
missioner of the great seal 1835-6, arbitrator between the 

3] 5 



Bosmiquet, of Forest House, Essex. 



Crown and the Duke of Athole for the claim arising upon the 
resignation of the sovereignty of the Isle of Man, born 2 
May, 1773 ; died 25 Sept., 1847; married 12 Sept., 1804, 
Mary Ann, eldest daughter and co-heir of Richard Lewis, 
Ecq., of Llantilo, Monmouthshire; she died 28 April, 1819, 
having had a son, 

Lewis Bcrna'-d. born 23 Aug., 1803, died 24 April, 1806. 
[4] Eleanor, born Sept., 1770, died young. 

S.\MUEL BOSANQUET, of Forest House, and Dinges- 
tow aforesaid, born 26 Aug., 1768, died 3 June, 1843 ; 
married 19 Jan., 179S, Letitia Philippa, younger daughter of 
James Whatman. Esq., of Vinlers. Kent ; she died 8 Dec., 
1855, having had 7 sons and 6 daughters. 
[I] SAMUEt RMll.tKD, of whom presently. 
yi\ James Whatman Bosanquet, of Claysmore, Middlesex, 
).P., a comniis^iuner of lieutenancy for city of London, born 
2n Jan.. 1804, died 22 Dec, 1877 ; married ist, i6 May, 1840, 
Mi-relina. only daughter of Rt. Hon. Sir Nicolas Conyngham 
Tindal (of royal descent), lord chief justice court of common, 
pleas ; she died 2 Sept., 1852, having had 5 sons and 3 
daughters. 

(I) James Tindal, born 21 March, 1 841, died i April, 1S47. 
(?) Bernard Tindal. of Claysmore, Middlesex, major K.O. 
royal Tower Hamlets militia, born 6. Aug., 1842 ; married 
II Nov., 1874, Eva Maude. 2nd daughter of Wm. James 
Richmond Cotton, Esq., alderman, of London, and has 2 
sons and a daughter. 

Bernard James Tindal, born 13 Oct., 1877; Nicolas 
Edmund Tindal, bom 10 March, 1879 ; daughter born 
ioFeb..i88i. 

(3) Nicolas William Tindal, lieut. 2nd Queen's regt., bom 
2 May. 1844, died 2 Oct.. 1877. 

(4) Frederick Charles Tindal, B.A. Caius Coll., Camb., 
1872, in holy orders, born 28 Oct. , 1847 ; married 10 Sept., 
1879. Gertrude Mary, daughter of Rev. W. Darwin Fox, 
of Broadlands. Sandown, I.W., late rector of Delamere, 
Cheshire, and lias a daughter, bora 30 Oct., 1880. 

(5) Alfred Tindal, born 2 July, 1850. died 29 March, i860. 
(«) Mereliiia Letitia Mary ; married 30 July, 1867, to 
Theodore Bosanquet (see page 30), and has issue. 

(J) Juliana, married 3 July, 1875, to Capt. Manley Charles 
Matthew Dixon, late 8th King's Liverpool regt., and has 
4 daughters. 

Juliana Frances (Dixon) ; Merelina Adinal ; Georgiana 

Catherine ; Lastitia Clara. 

(8) Georgiana Maria Annie. 

Mk. James W. Bos.a.nquet married 2ndly, 5 July, 1854. 
Frances Georgiana Eliz.abeth, eldest daughter of Lord John 
Somerset (see Foster's Peerage, D. Beaufort) ; she died 
s.p. 19 Sept., 1862 ; he married 3rdly, 25 Aug., 1864, Emily 
Dorothy, elder daughter of James Best, Esq., of Bo.xley, 
Kent (see page 28), and had 3 daughters. 

(9) Harriet Emily Hardinge Best. 

(10) Elizabeth Louisa Whatman Best. 

(II) AylmerAdela. 

[3j William Henry Francis Bosanquet, of Knockane Lodge, 
Portlaw, Waterford, and of Kilmagemogue, co. Waterford, 
J. P., bar.-at-law Inner Temple 1836, born 26 Feb., 1805, 
died 30 Sept., 1878, having married 6 May, 1861, Amelia 
Mary Georgiana, eldest daughter and co-heir of John Sherlock, 
Esq., of Kilmagemogue House aforesaid ; she died 26 Sept., 
1878, having had 3 sons. 
William, born March, died Oct., 1862 ; John Bernard 
Alexander, born 6 Aug., 1863 ; William Henry Sherlock, 
bom 3 Oct., 1864. 
[4] Edward Stanley Bosanquet, B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 
1829, rector of Bolingbroke since 1841, bom 27 March, 1806 ; 
married 10 June, 1847, Emmeline, daughter of 
Blight. Esq.. of ; she died 6 Dec, 1878, 

having had 8 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Edward Bernard, b. 10 March, died July, 1848. 

(2) Edward Bernard, of Colston, Queensland, bom 29 July, 
1849; married 6 Dec, 1877, Letitia, daughter of Rev. 
Francis Smith, rector of Moorby, co. Lincoln. 

(3) George Stanley, lieut. R.N.. born 8 April, 1851 ; married 
22 Feb.. 1877, Josephine Jane Mary Harriet Emma, eldest 
daughter of late Rev. Francis Tate. 

(4) Alfred William, of Mackay, Queensland (a twin with 
Emmeline), bom 29 March, 1854 ; married 26 Feb.. 1884, 
Emily Grace, eldest daughter of Frederic Peede, Esq., of 
Valparaiso, Chili. 

(5) Arthur Cedl, bora 2 Feb., 1857, died 



issue pee 

[6) Fred( 
[J] Fredf 
Nov., 181 



(6) Frederick Sydney, born 27 Sept., 1858. 

(:) Charies Albert, bom 29 Sept., 1861, died 7 May, 1862. 

(S) Charies John, born 17 Oct., 1864. 

(9) Emmeline Lsetitia, onlv daughter, twin with Alfred 

William. 
[5] Charles John, rear-admiral R.N. 1864, bom 22 May, 
1807 : married 5 June. 1S32, Charlotte Eliza, younger daugh- 
ter of Jacob Botanquet, Esq., of Broxboumebury, and had 
issue (see page 24). 

Frederick, bora 24 June, 1808, died young. 
Frederick Bernard, capt. Bengal army 1847-8, bom 15 
2 ; married 24 July, 1855. Elizabeth Fanny Catherine, 
daughter of Thomas James Raikes Barrow, Esq., R.N., of 
Stroud, CO. Gloucester. 

[8] Eleanor Letitia, married 10 Aug., 1852, to William 
Gaussen, Esq., who died s.p. 19 July, i85i (see page 28). 
f9| Harri'-t, born 18 June, 1801, died .1814. 

[10] Camilla Anne, died 14 July, 1S62 ; married 20 Dec, 
1836, to William Needham, Esq., of Lenton House, Notts, 
and had 2 daughters. 
[11] Anna, died vonng. 

[13] Georgiana, married 16 April, 1846, to Thomas Ogilvy, 
Esq., BO.C.S.; he died 16 Nov.. 1872 (see Fosler's Baronetage). 
[13] Anna Maria, born 12 May, 1815. 

SAMUEL RICHARD BOSANQUET, of Forest House, 
and of Dingestow Court, educated at Eton and Christ 
Church Coll., Oxon. bar.-at-law Inner Temple 1826, J.P.,D.L. 
and chairman of quarter sessions Monmouthshire, born i 
April. 1800. died 27 Dec. 1882 ; married 4 Feb., 1830, Emily 
(royal descent), eldest daughter of George Courthope, Esq., 
of Whiligh, Sussex ; she died i Jan., 1869, having had 9 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

IllSAMHEL COITRTHOPE, first named on preceding page. 
[2] Claude, M.A. Oriel Coll., Oxon, 1858, vicar of Christ 
Church, Folkestone, 1874, incumbent of St. Osyth, Essex, 
i85i-4, vicar of North Mimms, Herts, 1864, vicar of St. 
Nicholas, Rochester, and senior registrar diocese Rochester 
1864-73, born 8 Nov., 1833 ; married 22 May, 1861, Amelia 
Eleanor, younger daughter of Admiral Charles John Bosan- 
quet (see page 26), and has had 5 sons. 

Claude Charles Courthope, bom 19 Dec, 1862 ; Charies 

Richard, born 21 .-April. 1865 ; Reginald Albert, bom 14 

June, 1869 ; Raymond Armytage, bom 13 Aug., 1869, died 

1873 : Eustace Fulcrand, bom 20 April, 1871. 

[3] George Stanley, capt. R.N., bom 18 April, 1835; 

married 15 Sept., 1864. Caroline Susan, daughter of Rev. 

William Courthope, incumbent of South Mailing, Lewes, 

and has a son and daughter. 

William Cecil, born 12 Oct., 1866 ; Ethel. 
[4] Frederick Albert, Q.C., fellow of King's Coll., Camb., 
bar,-at-law Inner Temple 1863, born 8 Feb., 1837 ; married 
22 Aug., 1871, Albinia Mary, eldest daughter of John Curtis 
Hayward, Esq. . of Quedgeley House, co. Gloucester; she died 
8 March, 1882, having had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

Bernard Hugh, bom 21 Nov., 1872 ; Godfrey Courthope, 
twin with Nora, bom 26 Dec, 1876; Lilian; Hilda, 
died Dec, 187s; Nora Margaret, twin with Godfrey. 
[5] Walter Heniy, bom 10 Jan., 1839 ; married 5 April, 
i8tj6, Penelope Eliza, eldest daughter of Rev. Stewart Evelyn 
Forster, of South End, Lewisham, and has 2 sons and 3 
daughters. 

Henry Stewart, bom 29 Jan., 1867 ; Frank Montague, 
born 4 Sept.. 1878 ; Evelyn Mabel ; Florence Mary. 
[6] Edmund Fletcher, of Beech Grove/ Ross, Herefordshire, 
educated at Eton and Pembroke Coll., Oxon, bom 2 Sept., 
1840 ; married 20 Jan., 1876, Louisa, 2nd daughter of 
Major Marriott, and "has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Edmund Marriott, bom 21 March, 1878 ; Emest Cour- 
thope, bom II June, 1879 ; Catherine Mamott. 
[7] Reginald David, bom 24 Jan., 1847, died 2 July, 1849. 
[8] William David, born 3 Jan., 1849 ; married 7 Aug., 
1872, EUnor, 3rd daughter of G. Hamilton Verity, Esq., and 
has a daughter, 

Mabel. 
[9] Richard Arthur, bom 25 May, 1852. 
[10] Emily Le'iiia, married 3 Oct., 1861, to Rev. John 
Lloyd. M.A., rector of Llanvapley, Monmouthshire, and 
has '2 daughters. 

Emily Mary Edith ; Violet Amy. 
[11] Fanny Elizabeth, 
[12] Ellen Edith, died 31 May, 1839. 



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Thg + DescenT + oE |» 



James Franklin Fuller, Esq., F.S.A., 



'BlooO Eopal 



±rfTi ,-;^ ,*=* /=» j^^ 




Of OBnglanD* 



Edward I., crowned i9=f=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
<i- 7 July. 'SO?- Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

John, Counti=Elizabeth, =f Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
of Holland, d. 5 May, 1 Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (1st hus- 1316, aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band),d. s.p. 32. | March, 13.?!. 



James Butler, Earl of= 
Carrick and Earl of Or- 
monde (ist husband), 
d. 6 June, 1337. 



=Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 
de worth (2nd husband), 
Bohun. had summons to parlt. 
13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=j=Eli2abeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. I Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 



Robert Hereford. 



James Butler, 3rd Earl of=fAnne, dau. of John, 5th 
Ormonde, d. 7 Sept. 1405. Lord Welles. 



Sir Richard Butler, of Poles-=T=Catharine, dau. of Gildas 
town, CO. Kilkenny. O'Reilly. 



Sir Edmund Butler, d. l3=j=Catharine, dau. of Mulrony 
June, 1464. I O'Carroll, d. 1506. 



cotitimicd ahtri'e. 



Bastable Herbert, of Brews-=;Barbara FitzGerald. 
terfield, co. Kerry, grand- I 
son of Thomas Herbert, of 
Muckross. I 



Arthur Bastable Herbert=Barbara, dau. of Emanuel 
I Hutchinson of Castle Island, 
I by his wife Hannah Massy. 



Lucinda Herbert=Francis C. Bland, Esq., 
I D.L., of Derriquin Castle, 
I CO. Kerry. 



A, 

continued from heltnv. 
Sir Edmund Butler=pCatharine O'Carroll, 

Sir James Butler, his attain-=f Sabina, dau. of Donnell 
der was reversed, d. 16 Apl. Reagh, MacMurrough, Ca- 
1487. venagh, d. 1508. 



=Margaret,2nd dau.of Gerald 
FitzGerald, Earl of ICildare. 



Pierce, 8th Earl of Ormonde,= 
in 151 5, cr. Earl of Ossory 
1527, d. 21-26 Aug. 1539. 



Ellen Butler=j=Donogh O'Brien, 2nd Earl 
I of Thomond. 



Conor O'Brien, 3rd Earl of Margaret, m. to Dennod 
Thomond.=p 0'Brien,2ndLordInchiquin. 



Daniel O'Conor, Viscount Morrogh O'Brien, 3rd Lord 
Clare (3rd son).= Inchiquin.= 



Conor O'Brien, 2nd 'Visct. Dermod O'Brien, 5th Lord 
Clare.^ Inchiquin.^ 



Honor O'Brien, m. to John Honora O'Brien, ; 
FitzGerald, knight ofKerry. Anthony Stoughton.: 



Maurice FitzGerald, knight Ellen Stoughton, m. 
of Kerry .= Thomas Blennerhassett.: 



Frederick Mullins, of Burn-=Martha Blennerhassett. 
ham, CO. Kerry. I 



William Mullins, Esq., of=Mary, daughter of George 
Burnham. | Rowan, Esq. 



Mary Mullins, eldest sister^Capt. Thomas Goddard, d. 
of 1st Lord Ventry,m 1740. I 1757. 

Louisa Goddard=Rev. John Blennerhassett, 
I rector of Tralee. 



Fanny Diana Bland, m. 1832, 



Elizabeth Blennerhassett=Capt. Edward Fuller. 
i872.=Thomas Harnett Fuller, 



James Franklin Fuller, only son, fellow of Royal Institute: 
of British Architects and F.S.A.., ; 19TH IN A diuect 
DESCENT FROM KiNG EDWARD I. through his mother, 
and 23RD through his father. 



Franklin Bland Fuller, lieut. R.A., Harnett John 

b. 1863, d. 1882, Fuller. 



rHelen H. Guivier, dau. of John Prospere Guivier, and 
granddaughter of Baron Prospere Guivier of Corsica, one 
of Napoleon's generals who fell in the retreat from Moscow, 
m. 1S60. 

:1a Bessie Evelyn Melicent 

fuller. Fuller. 



May Florence 
Fuller. 



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Rev, Walter Kelly, of Hove, Sussex; 



AND OF HIS DAUGHTER AND SISTER 



Mrs. CATHERINE EDITH SHARPE, and the late 
Mrs. THOMASIN SHARPE, of Windlesham, Surrey, 



^looo JRopal 




of €nglanO. 



Henry III., King of England, < 



I272J 



Eleanor of Provence, d. 1291. 



Eleanor of Castile,=j=Edward I., King of=j=Margaret, grd.-dau. of St. Louis, Edmund " Crouchback," ist Earl 

d. 1290 (ist wife). I England, d. 1307. I King of France, d. 131 7 (2nd of Lancaster, d. 1295; bd. West- 

I wife). minster Abbey ; m. 2ndly, Blanche, 

I Queen of Navarre, descendant of 

Thomas "de Brotherton," Earl of Loijis VIII., King of France, and of 

Norfolk and Earl Marshal, d. 1338; Henry II., King of England. 
m. Alice, dau. of Sir Roger Halys, Mentioned below. 

knight.=j= 



Joan "of Acres," d. 1307; m. in 
Westminster Abbey, 1290, Gilbert 
de Clare, Earl of Gloucester, who d. 
I295-T= 



Eleanor de Clare, eld. dau. and co-h., 
d. J 337; nj- Hugh Pespencer, exe- 
cuted 1326.=!= 

Edwaxd Despencer, .d- 1342 ; m. 
Anne, sister .of Henry, Lord Ferrers 
of Groby.=j= 



Edward, Baron d,e Spencer, K.G,, 
d. 1375; m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir 
of Baron Burghersh.=j= 

Margaret Despencer, d. 1415 ; m. 
Robert Ferrers, of Chartley, who d. 
141 3; both bd. at Merevale.=j= 

I 1 

Philippa de Ferrers, m. Sir Thomas 
Greene, Kt., of Greene's Norton, who 
d. 14 18 ; he was son of Mary, dau. 
of 4th Baron Talbot, a descendant 
of Edmund "Crouchback." 



JT 



Sir Thomas Greefte, Kt., d. 1461 ; 
m. Maud Thockraorton, dau. of the 
under-treasurer of England.=r 



Sir Thomas Greene, Kt., d. 1507 ; m. 
Joanna, dau. of Sir John Fogg, Kt.=f= 



Margaret de Clare, dau. and co-h., 
m. 2ndly, Hugh de Audley, who d. 

«347-=f= 
I 

Margaret de Audley, dau. and h., m. 
Ralph, Earl of Stafibrd, K.G.. who 
d- l372-=r 

Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafibrd, m. Phi- 
lippa Beauchamp, dau. of Earl of 
Warwick.=j= 

I ' 

Margaret de Stafford, Ist wife of 
Ralph Nevill, 1st Earl of Westmore- 
land, K.G., who d. I425.=f= 



Margaret Nevill, m. Sir Richard 
Scrope, 3rd Baron of Bolton, who 
d. I420.=p 



Scrope of Upsale.^ 



of John, Lord 



Sir Richard Scrope, kt., 2nd son, m. 
Eleanor Washbourne.=f= 



Margaret Plantagenet, Puchess of 
Norfolk, d. 1399; m. ist, John, Lord 
Segrave, who d. I353.=f 



Elizabeth Segrave, heir, d. 1376 ; m. 
John, 4th Baron Mowbray,* grd. son 
of Edmund " Crouchback. "=f= 

Thomas Mowbray, Puke of Norfolk, 
K.G., d. 1399; m. 2ndly, Elizabeth.f 
dau. of Richard Fitzalan, loth Earl 
of Arundel, grd. son of Edmund 

" CROUCHBACK."=f= 



Eleanor Scrope, dau. and co-h., 
in Norwich Cathedral (ist wife). 



Margaret Mowbray, dau. and eventual 
co-h., m. Sir Robert Howard, K.t.=j= 

Sir'~John Howard, K.G., Puke of 
Norfolk, slain at Bosworth, 1485, 
m. 1st, Catherine, dau. of 4th Baron 
de Molines, a descendant of EDMUND 
"Crouchback"; she d. i452.=f= 

I 

Margaret Howard, m. Sir John Wynd- 
ham, Kt., of Felbrigg, executed 
1502J 

= Sir Thomas Wyndham, Kt., of Fel- 
, brigg, d. 1522; bd.in Norwich Cath. 



* Through whom Royal Descent from WiUiam I. 
t Through whom Royal Descents from WiUiam 
Edward I. 



Alfred the Great, and Charlemagne, and from Elizabeth, sth daughter of 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



cotttimted front preceding pctge. 
Sir Thomas Greene=f=Joanna Fogg. 

Anne Greene, dau. and co-h. (aunt of Catherine Parr, 
last queen of Henry VIII.), m. Sir Nicholas Vaux, 1st 
Lord Vaux of Harrowden, who d. 1523. (Extinct in 
male Iine.)=r 



continued frotn preceding poge. 
Eleanor Scrope=f=Sir Thomas Wyndha 



Mr id Vaux, dau. 3nd co-h., d. 1569; m. Sir John 
Fermor, Kt., who d. 1571 ; both bd. at Easton Neston, 
Northants.=i= 

Sir George Fermor. Kt., d. 1612; m. 1572/3, Mary, 
dau. and heir of Thomas Curson (god-dau. of Queen 
Mary I.); she d. 162S; both bd. at Easton Neston. t= 

Sir Hatton Fermor, Kt., d. 1640 (extinct); m. 2ndly, at 
St. Peter le Poor, London, 1620/1, Anna, dau. of Sir 
William Cokayne,Kt. (extinct in male line); she d. 166S; 
both bd. at Easton Neston. =p 



Mary Wyndham, died 1596/7; m. Erasmus Fasten, of 
Paston, who d. v.p. 1540 ; both bd. at Paston. =p 

Sir William Paston. Kt., of Paston,d. 1610; m. at P^ton, 
1551, Frances, dau. of Sir Thomas Clere, Kt., of StoSesby 
(both extinct) ; he bd. at Paston. =p 



Anne Paston, d. 1637, and bd. at Hanwell, Oxon ; m. 
1st at Paston, 1572, Sir George Chaworth, Kt. (ward of 
Queen Elizabeth), of Wiverton, Notts, who d. 1589, bd. 
at Langar, Notts. (Extinct.)=f= 



Elizabeth Chaworth, sole heir, d. 1635 ; m. at Hanwell, 
1602, Sir William Cope, 2nd bart., of Hanwell, who d. 
1637 ; both there bd. (He was son of the 1st bart. by 
his 1st wife, Frances Lytton, sister of the last male 
Lytton of Knebworth.)=r 



Anna Fermor, b. 1628 ; m. 1653 at Easton Neston ; 
1712; bd, at Ellenhall, co. Stafford. 



=Jonatlian Cope, of Ranton Abbey, co. Stafford, 2nd so 1, 
d. 1670; bd. at Ellenhall (grd. father of Sir Jonathan 
Cope, 1st bart., of Breweme, extinct, represented now by 
the Marquis of Huntly and Earl Delawarr). 

Elizabeth Cope, eldest daughter, born 1655 ; married =,= John Gouldsmyth,junr., of Nantwich and Stapely Manor, 
1691 in Westminster Abbey; died 1706; buried at Cheshire, bar. of Midd. Temple, b. 1654; d. 1702; bd. 



Nantwich (2nd wife). 



Judith Gouldsmyth, b. 1696 ; m. 1712, at Kemberton, 
Salop ; d. 1760; bd. at Beckbury (heir of her brother. 
Dr. Jonathan Gouldsmyth, M.D., F.R.S., d. s.p. 1732). 



(His mother was Judith Woodroffe, of 
Poyle, Surrey ; grd. dau. of Judith Caryll, of Tangley, 
Surrey ; descendant of Sir Robert Rede, Kt., chief jus- 
tice, ar.d 2(0. ejfecutor of Heniy VII. ; and of the Alpheghs 
of Boie Pla e, Kent, temp. Henry VI., all extinct.) 

Walter Stubbs, of Beckbury Hall, b. 1687; d. 1754; bd. 
at Beckbury (son of Walter Stubbs by his wife Anne, 
"daughter" of Sir Richard Astley, of Patshull, Bart, and 
Kt. Banneret, through whom Royal Descents from 
John of Gaunt and Edward I.). 



Walter Stubbs, of Beck- 
bury Hall, d. 1766. 
Jonathan Stubbs, rector of 
Orton Longville, d. 1789. 



Catherine Stubbs, b. 1728; 
m. 1757, at Beckbury; d. 
1780 ; bd. at Brewood, co. 
Stafford. 



■ Thomas Plimley, of 
Brewood Hall, co. 
Stafford; d. 1786, 
and there bd. 



Anne Plimley, t 
(sole child leaving 
m. 17S9 at St. Margaret's, 
Lothbury ; bd. at Hove, 
Sussex, 1837. 



76o=f= Patrick Kelly, 
LL.D., b. 1755 at 
Stradbally, Queen's 
Co. ; d. 1842; bd. at 
Hove. 



Henry Plimley, vicar of 
New Windsor, Cuckfield, 
and Shoreditch, preb. and 
chancellor of diocese of 
Chichester, d. 1841. 



Barbara Stubbs, b. 1732; d. 1772; 
m. 1760; 2nd wife of Thqs. Evans, 
of Derby .=f= 

Barbara Evans, b. 1 761 ; d. 1804 
(sole child leaving issue); m. 1793 
Wm. Strutt, of St. Helen's, F.R.S,, 
dep.-lieut. co. Derby.=j= 

Edward Strutt (sole child leaving 
issue), 1st Baron Belper. 



Anthony Plim- Thomasin Kelly, d. 1880; 2nd wife of James Birch Mary, only dau. of Lt.-Col.=j=Walter Kelly, b. 



ley Kelly, vicar Sharpe, of Windlesham, SuiTey (both there bd.), 
of St. John's, J.P. for Bucks ; he d. 1S63. =j= 
Hoxton, d. I ■ 1 



Thomasin Elizabeth Sharpe. 



Henry Richard, of Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Edward Emilius, vicai Charles Walter, 
of Earlham, Sussex. PersisMaryTho- 

jnasine. 



Richard Buckner, C.B. 
R.A.,J.P.,of\VhykeHouse, 
Chichester ; she m. at Pres- 
ton, 1840. 



Walter William, 
Brighto 



1803 ; vicar of 
Preston-cum- 
Hove, Sussex, 
1S34 to 1878. 

Catherine Edith Kelly, =rjames William Sharpe, Fellow of Caius Coll., 
bp. at Preston, 1853 ; I Camb. ; assist, master at Charterhouse ; b. 
m. at Hove, Sussex, 1852 ; eld. son of William H. S. Sharpe, who 
1881. 19TH IN De- I d. 1867, lieut. 1st R. Regt., adjut. and capt. R. 
SCENT FROM EDWARD I Cumberland Militia, and J.P. for that co., who 
I., AND 20TH FROM was 3rd son of the above-named James Birch 
Henry III. | Sharpe, by the latter 's 1st wife Anne Ellis. 



Ellin Mary Caiyll Sharpe, bp. at Hove, 1883. 



Son of Vice- Admiral Cliarles Buckner, of Clewer, Berks, and nephew of Dr. John Buckner, Bishop of Chichester. 



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«|- Thg + Descent -i- OB |» 
CAPT. SIR, MAURICE FITZGERALD, BART., 



KNIGHT OF KERRY, 



'JBlooD Eopal 




of (JEnglanu. 



Edward I., crowned ig=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



John, Count=Elizabeth, =pHuniphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
of Holland, d. 5 May, I Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (isthus- 1316, aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band),d. s.p. 32. | March, 1321. 

James Butler, Earl of=pEleanor^Sir Thomas de Dag- 
Carrick and Earl of Or- I de worth (2nd husband), 
monde (1st husband), Bohun. had summons to park, 
d. 6 June, 1337. 13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=i=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. I Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
I Robert Hereford. 



James Butler, 3rd Earl of=i=Anne, dau. of John, 5th 
Ormonde, d. 7 Sept. 1405. | Lord Welles. 

Sir Richard Butler, of Poles-=f=Catharine, dau. of Gildas 
town, CO. Kilkenny. | O'Reilly. 



Sir Edmimd Butler, d. i3=pCatharine, dau. of Mulrony 
June, 1464. I O'CarroU, d. 1506. 



Sir James Butler, his attain-=f=Sabina, dau. of Donnell 
der was reversed, d. l6Apl. Reagh, MacMurrough, Ca- 
14S7. I venagh, d. 1508. 

Pierce. 8th Earl of Ormonde,=pMargaret,2nd dau. of Gerald 
in 1515, cr. Earl of Ossory FitzGerald, Earl of Kildare. 
1527, d. 21-26 Aug. 1539. Xs 



Sir Richard Power (ist=i=Catiierine But-^James FitzGe- 
husband), cr. Lord La I ler,d. at Askea- raid, 14th Earl 
Poer and Curraghmore ton 17 March, of Desmond 
1535, slain 10 Nov. 1552. (2nd husband), 

1539. d. 14 Oct. 1558. 



Piers, 2nd lord, John, 3rd=T=ElIen, 3rd dau. of James, 
d. 10 Dec. 1545. lord, d. 15 14th Earl of Desmond. 
Nov. 1592. I 



Richard, 4th Lord La Poer^Catharine, dau. and heir of 
and Curraghmore, d. 2 Aug. John Barry, Visct. Buttevant. 
1607. 



Julia Power (2nd wife), m.=f=Thomas FitzMaurice, iSth 
1615. I Baron of Kerry, d. 3 June, 

I 1630. 



Katharine FitzMaurice.=f=John FitzGerald, of Ennis- 
I more, knight of Kerry. 



John FitzGerald, knight of=j=Honora, dau. of Conor 
Kerry, d. at Ennismore, I O'Brien, 2nd Visct. Clare 
will proved 12 Nov. 1681. | (RoYAL Descent). 



Maurice FitzGerald, knight=f=Elizabeth Crosbie, sister of 
of Kerry, d. 15 Nov. 1 732. I Maurice, Ist Lord Brandon. 



Robert FitzGerald, knight=Catherine (3rd wife), dau. 
of Kerry, LL. B., M.P. j of Lancelot Sandes, of Kil- 
Dingle 1741 until he died, cavan, Queen's Co. 
II Dec, 1781. I 



Maria (1st wife), dau. 
Rt. Hon. David Dig 
La Touche, of Marlay, co. 
Dublin, m. S Not. 1801, 
d. 1827. 



f=Maurice FitzGerald, knight of Kerry,= 
P.C, M.P. CO. Kerry 1795-1831, a 
lord of the treasury, etc., b. 29 Dec. 
1772-4, d. 6-7 March, 1849. 



;CeciIia Maria Robert, fell at the Mary, d. 

Knight, widow siege of Seringa- unmarried 

(2nd wife), d. patam 4 May, aged 22. 

15 Oct. 1859. 1799. 



Maurice, d. un- 
married 1S36. 

David, d. un- 
married 1848. 

Brinsley, 4th 
son, d. unm. 



Sir Peter George FitzGerald,= 
knight of Kerry, deputy vice- I 



Robert FitzGerald, 

d. 1835, aged 30, m. 

Ellen, eldest dau. of treasurer Ireland, created 

Peter Bodkin Hus- baronet 8 July, 1880, b. 15 | 

sey, of Farrinakilla Sept. 1808, d. 6 Aug. 1880. | 

House, CO. Kerry. 1 



:Julia, dau. of Peter Stephen Edward, Other 
Bodkin Hussey, yst. son, m. Mar- issue. 
Esq.. of Farrina- garet, dau.ofRev. 
killa House, afore- R. Story, of Rose- 
said, m. 1 1 Aug. neath, N. B. 
1838. 



Sir Maurice FitzGerald,=Lily, younger 

2nd bart., knight of Kerry, dau. of H. L. 

capt. on reserve of officers, Eischoffsheim. 

late rifle brigade, served in of London, m. 

Ashantee war, equerry to 4 Oct. 1883. 
H.R.H. the Duke of Con- 
naught, b. 5 Feb. 1844. 




Katharine, Elizabeth,m. 

m. 1873 to 1882 to Hon. 

Rev. Henry Francis 

Bell, vicar of Spring-Rice. 

Muncaster, Julia, 

hon. canon Eileen. 
Carlisle.= 



Julia. 



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Heniy. Kathleen. 

Aubrey. Ida. 

Gertrude. 




FITZGERALD, SiK MAURICE, of Glanleam, 
Valencia Island, and Ballinruddery, co. 
Kerry ; knight of Kerry, a title borne by the 
head of this sept of the Geraldines since feudal 
times*, educated at Harrow, capt. rifle brigade 
1875-81, A.D.C. to Sir Archibald Alison during 
part of Ashantee war, at battle of Amoaful, capture 
of Coomassie, etc., equerry to Major-Genl. H.R.H. 
the Duke of Connaught, K.G., since 1881 ; igTH 
IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD I. ; born 5 Feb., 
1844 ; married 4 Oct., 1882, Lily, younger daugh- 
ter of Henry Louis Bischoffsheim, of London, Esq., 
D.L. Tower Hamlets. 

AKlls-r-rm. on a saltire gu. a cross pattfe arg. 

Crest— A knight mounted and armed all proper. 

Motto — " MuUahar a boo.'* 

Seats— Glanleam, Island of Valencia, and Ballinruddery, co. 

Kerry. 




The Descent of 

Sir Maurice FitzGerald, Bart., the 

Knight of Kerry, 

LOOD Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; bom at Westminster, 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester ; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 



Gerald, the great-grand 
descended from the Gherardini of Florence. Gerald FitzWalt 
Castellan of Windsor and Constable of Pembroke, married, abr 
logs, a beautiful Welsh princess, Nesta. daughter of Rhys 




Pembrc 



FitzGerald (with his 
panied Stroncbow, Earl of 
id founded the Geraldine 



John FitzGer; 



of Ireland, 
race on the grants of land obt.-iined the 
H7J. Of the same family were the tw 
created Earl of Kildare, and Maurice FitzGeral. , 
Desmond (1329, 3 Edward III.), who respectively married two sisters, 
Joan and Margaret, daughters of Richard de Burgh, Earl of Ulster. 
"" " " be (oandia the A'iU.tnri)' A rc/iM- 



TheGl 



i Margaret 
herardini ; 



the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor (who died 27 Nov., 1290), daughter of 
Ferdinand III., king of Castile, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

ELIZABETH, died 5 May, 1316, aged 32; she 
married ist to John, Count of Holland and 
Zealand, and Lord of Friesland, who died s.p. ; 
she re-married to Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
Hereford and Essex, Lord of Brecknock, and con- 
stable of England ; he served in the wars against 
Scotland, taken prisoner at the battle of Stryvelin, 
7 Edward II., was exchanged for the wife of 
Robert Bruce ; he fell at the battle of Borough- 
bridge, Yorks, 16 March, 1321, leaving, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

ELEANOR DE BOHUN, married ist, 1327,10 
James Butler, Earl of Carrick (eldest son of 
Edmund Butler, created Earl of Carrick i Sept., 
1315), created Earl of Ormonde 2 Nov., 1328 ; 
founded the Friary of Carrickbeg-on-the-Suir 
1336 ; he died 6 Jan., 1337, buried at Waterford ; 
she re-married before 134410 Sir Thomas de Dag- 
worth, the celebrated warrior who brought Charles 
de Blois, Duke of Britany, a prisoner to the Tower, 
21 Edward III., had summons to parliament 13 
Nov., 1347, had a son, Nicholas ; by her ist 
husband she had, with a daughter, Petronilla, 
1st wife of Gilbert, Lord Talbot, a son, 

JAMES BUTLER, 2nd Earl of Ormonde, lord- 
justice of Ireland 1359- 1360, lord-deputy to 
thelord-lieut., Duke of Clarence, 1364, lord-justice 
1376, constable of Dublin Castle 1372, summoned 
to the parliaments held by Richard II. ; bom at 
Kilkenny 4 Oct., 133 1 ; died in his castle of 

lorical Journal for 
VII. 's reien was t 
that "airireland could 

replied : "Then, in good faith, shall this earl rale all Ireland, 
interesting letter, which he wrote in reply to an epistle from the 
Gherardini of Tuscany, is still extant, and signed " Gerald, chief 
in Ireland of the family of Gherardini. Earl of Kildare, viceroy of 
the most serene kings of England in Ireland." Eight years after 
the date of this letter, Ariosto writes thus of a brave old man whose 
fame had passed long before to distant lands :— 

■'Or guarda gl' Ibcrnisi : appresso il piano 
Sono due sijuadre : e il Conte di Childera 
Mena la prima ; e il Conte di Desmonda, 
Da fieri monti ha tratta la seconda." 



eland in Henry 
:users declared 
earl," to which the King 



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Tlie Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Knocktopher i8 Oct., 1382-3 ; he married Eliza- 
beth, daughter of his guardian, Sir John Darcy, 
lord-justice of Ireland (she re-married to Sir 
Robert Hereford), and had, with other issue (see 
page ), a son, 

JAMES, 3rd Earl of Ormonde, built Gowran 
Castle and purchased Kilkenny Castle, 1391 
(built by William, Earl Marshal, the elder), from 
the heirs of Sir Hugh le Despenser, Earl of 
Gloucester (and Isabel, his wife, daughter and 
co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester) ; 
he also bailt the Castle Dunfert, commonly called 
Danes' Fort, founded the Friars Minors at Ayles- 
bury in 1386, lord-deputy of Ireland 1384, 1392, 
1401, 1404, governor of counties Kilkenny and 
Tipperary 1389, took Teige O'Carrol, prince of 
Elye, prisoner; 1390 "being a mighty strong man, 
he is styled in some annals the head of the chivalry 
of Ireland, which kingdom he governed to the 
content of the king and his good subjects " ; he 
mah-ied Anne, daughter of John, 5th Lord Welles 
(by his 2nd wife, a daughter of John, Lord Mow- 
bray), and died 7 Sept., 1405, buried at Gowran, 
having had 2 sons. 

[1] James, 4th earl, "the white earl " ; his male line 
expired with death of his son Thomas, 7th earl, 3 Aug., 

[2] Sir Richard, of Polestown, co. Kilkenny; married 
Catharine, daughter of Gildas O'Reilly, lord of East 
Breffny, co. Cavan, and had a son, viz., 

SIR EDMUND BUTLER, built the castle of 
Postletsrath, and the castle and bridge of 
Carrick ; he died 13 June, 1464, buried in the 
Grey Friars, Kilkenny ; he married Catharine, 
daughter of Mulrony O'Carroll, surnamed Bar- 
BATUS; she died 1506, having had 3 sons, of 
whom the eldest, 

SIR JAMES, attainted for espousing the Lan- 
castrian interest, but when Edward IV. 
came to the throne, theattainder,etc., was reversed 
by act of parliament, had a grant from the king 
of the manor and advowson of Callan for life in 
1468, built the castle of Nehoni, near GowTan, 
founded the priory of Augustine at Callan, where 
he was buried; he died 16 April, 1487 ; married 
Sawe (Sabina), daughter of Donnell Reagh, Mac- 
Munough Cavenagh, lord of Ferns, co. Wexford ; 
she died 1508, having had, with 2 daughters, 2 
sons, of whom the elder, 

piERCE, 8th Eari of Ormonde (1515), lord- 
^ deputy to Thomas, Earl of Surrey, 152 1, 
lord-treasurer of Ireland 1524 ; the king having 
conferred the title of Ormonde on Thomas Boleyne, 
Viscount Rochfort, at his earnest suit thereof 
created Sir Pierce (who to satisfy the king's 
pleasure had been contented to resign his ancient 
and rightful title of Ormonde) Earl of Ossory by 

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patent 23 Feb., 1527, and on the death of Thomas 
Boleyne without male issue the king, 22 Feb., 
1537, restored him the title of Ormonde, which 
was confirmed to the family by act of parliament 
6 Nov., 1541 ; he married 1485 Margaret, 2nd 
daughter of Gerald FitzGerald, 8th Eari of Kil- 
dare, and died 21-26 Aug., 1539, having had, 
with 3 sons (see Foster's Peerage), 6 daughters, 
of whom the 2nd, 

CATHERINE BUTLER, died at Askeaton 17 
March, 1552 ; married ist to Sir Richard 
.Power, Lord la Poer andCurraghmore, so created 
13 Sept., 1535 ; he was slain in an engagement 
against the Irish rebels by Owen O'Callaghan, 
10 Nov., 1539; his widow re-married, as 3rd 
wife, to James FitzGerald, 14th Earl of Desmond, 
who died at Askeaton 14 Oct., 1558; Lord la 
Poer and Curraghmore left, with other issue, 

OHN (More), 3rd Lord la Poer (on the death 



JOHN I 
J of hi 



at Boulogne, where he was slain) ; married EUice, 
3rd daughter of James, 14th Earl of Desmond (by 
his 2nd wife) ; he died 15 Nov., 1592, leaving, 
with other issue, a son, 

RICHARD, 4th Lord la Poer and Curragh- 
more, married Catharine, daughter and 
heir of John Barry, Viscount Buttevant ; he died 
at Curraghmore 2 Aug., 1607, having had, with 
5 sons, 3 daughters, of whom the eldest, 

JULIA (or GYLES) POWER, married 1615, as 
2nd wife, to Thomas FitzMaurice, i8th Lord 
Kerry, a celebrated rebel; he refused to perform 
service to the queen " because it stood not with 
his conscience nor his honour," and was for some 
time excepted from pardon ; he subsequently 
engaged himself in several rebellious engage- 
ments, but after King James's accession he made 
an humble submission, whereupon he was par- 
doned, 16 July, 1604, and restored to his estates; 
had a dispute concerning precedency with Lord 
Slane in the parliament of 1615 ; died at Drogheda 
3 June, 1630, buried at Cashel, having had by 
his 2nd wife 5 sons and 3 daughters, of whom the 
eldest, 

KATHARINE FitzMaurice, married to 
John FitzGerald, of Ennismore, knight of 
Kerry (see lineage, page ) ; he forfeited part 
of his estates in 1649, but was restored by act of 
parliament in 1667 to Ennismore, Rahinnane, etc., 
and had 4 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Thomas, of Rathmac Carthie, died in the lifetime of 
his father, 1667 ; married Julia, sister of Sir Redmond 
Everard, l?art., and had an only child. 

Amy, married to James FitzGerald, of Castle Ishen, co. 

Cork. 
[2] JOHN, succeeded as knight of Kerr)'. 
[3] Edmund, of Ballinclare, etc.; died s.p. 1677. 



FitzGerald, K^iight of Kerry. 



[4] Patrick, of Gallerus, married Thomasine, daughter of 
Edward Spring (by Anne, daughter of Sir Nicholas 
Brown), and had a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) John. 

(2) Catherine, married to James Conway, Esq., of 
Cloghane, co. Kerry, and had an only daughter, 

Alice, married to John Colthurst, Esq.,.,of Ardrum, 
CO. Cork (see Foster's Baronetage). 

(3) Anne, married to Thomas Conway, of Castle 
Conway, co. Kerry, and had 3 sons. 

[1] Christopher (Conway), married Mary MacCarthy, 
died s.p. 

[2] James (Conway), married Julian, daughter of 
O'Mahony, of Dromore Castle, and had 
2 sons. 

(1) Thomas, Count Conway of France, a general 
in the service of that country, governor of the 
Mauritius. 

(2) James, a brigadier-gen. in the French army, 
married , daughter of Gen. Copley, 
governor of Guadaloupe, a knight of St. Louis. 

[3] Edward, married Ellen Mahony, and had 2 sons. 

(1) Thomas (Conway), secretary to Lord Corn- 
wallis in India, died s.p. 1824. 

(2) James, col. 53rd regt., had a son and daughter. 
[1] Thomas Sydenham (Conway), gen. in the 
army, C. B., col. of grenadier guards. 

[2] Amelia Hood, died 13 Feb., 1S80, married 
April, 1831, to Sir John Halkett, 7th bart., 
comr. R.N., who died 4 Aug., 1847, leaving a 
son and daughter (see Foster's Baronetage). 

[4] Elizabeth, married 1740 to Christopher Hickson, 

of Fermoyle. 

[5] Catherine (Conway), married to James Mahony, 

Esq. 

(4) Lucy (FitzGerald), married to Richard Ferriter, of 
Dingle, co Kerry, and had a daughter married to 
Giles, whose daughter, Mary, is said to have been 
married to George Hilliard, Esq. 

[5] Elinor, married to MacCarthy Mor, and died s.p. 

JOHN FitzGerald, of Ennismore, knight of 
Kerry, died at Ennismore, 1681 (will proved 
12 Nov., 1681), married Honora, daughter of 
Connor O'Brien, 2nd Viscount Clare (royal 
descent), and had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] MAURICE, succeeded as knight of Kerry. 
[2] John, died without issue. 

[3] Daniel, of Ballinruddery, and Kill.icrim, co. Kerry, 
1742; married 13 Nov., 1706, EUinor, daughter of Darby 
Long, of MonoUig, co. Cork, who was outlawed in 1 69 1, 
and had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Maurice, capt. in Marshal Thomond's (Lord Clare) 
regt. in French service: died unmarried 1768. 

(2) John, of Ballinruddery, died without issue 1757 ; 
he married Anne, daugliter of Rev. Henry Parr, of 
Dingle [by Martha, widow of Frederick Mullins, Esq., 
of Burnham (see Foster's Peerage, B. Ventry), the 
daughter of Thomas Blennerhassett]. 

(3) William. 

(4) Honora, married to Francis Griffin, of Glenalappa, 
and had a daughter. 

(5) EUinor, married 1st, to Richard Griffin, of Glena- 
lappa, CO. Kc/rry, and 2ndly, to William Burke ; by 
her 1st husband she had 4 sons. 

[1] John (Griffin), married Catherine, daughter of 
Robert Kean, of Ballyvoe, co. Clare, and had a son 
and daughter. 

(1) Richard (Griffin), capt. in Clare militia, mar- 
ried Amelia, daughter of John Nash, of Cork, and 
had, with other issue, 

[1] John T- ish (Griffin), D.D.,laterectorofTrinity 
Church, Oablin ; married 1st his cousin Susan, 
daughter of Pilkington, of Beech Park, 



Ennis, and 2ndly Milward, and has 

issue by both. 

[2] Robert Nash (Griffin), bar.-at-law King's 
Inns 1846, of Sandymount, Dublin, married 
Ann, daughter of Pilkington, of Beech Park. 
(2) Jane, married to Garret Stack. 
[2] Maurice (Griffin). [3] Henry, a lawyer. 
[4] Daniel, It. -col. in the Indian army; died un- 
married. 
(6) Susan, married to John Hickson, of Fermoyle, co. 
Kerry, and had S sons. 
[4] Thomas, of Ardglas, and had, it is supposed, a 
daughter, 
Joan, married to Edmund, brother of Thomas Conway 
aforesaid. 
[5] Katherine, married to MacElligot, and had 3 

sons in the French service, one of whom fell at Fontenoy, 
II May, 1745. 
[6] EUinor. [7] Honora. [8] Mary. 

MAURICE FitzGerald, knight of Kerry, died 
15 Nov., 1732, married 30 July, 1703, 
Elizabeth, daughter of David Crosbie, of Ardfert, 
and sister of Sir Maurice Crosbie, ist Lord Bran- 
don (extinct), and aunt of William, 2nd Lord 
Brandon, creaied Earl of Glandore (extinct), and 
had 2 sons and 10 daughters. 

[1] JOHN, became knight of Kerry. 

[2] ROBERT, became knight of Kerry on the death of 

his nephew Maurice in 1779. 

[3] Jane, married to George Herbert, of Currens, and 

had 7 sons and 4 daughters (?ee vol. iii.). 

[4] Honora, married to Richard Meredith, of Tiemey- 

gore, and had 7 sons and 6 daughters. 

(1) Richard (Meredith), of Kathnalogue, co. Kerry ; 
married 5 Dec, 1752, Frances, daughter of George 
Greene, Esq., of Abbey, co. Limerick, and had 2 
daughters. 

[1] Margaret, manied to Tobias Horan, of New- 
castle, CO. Limerick, and had an only daughter, 
Honora, who married 
[2] Honora (Meredith), died young. 

(2) John, died young. 

(3) Maurice, died without issue. 

(4) William and (5) John, both died young. 

(6) Robert, died young. (7) David, died unmarried. 

(8) Anne, married to Terence Monsell, of Limerick, 
and had issue. 

(9) Elizabeth and (10) Marian, died unmarried. 
(11) Bridget and (12) Jane, died unmarried. 
(13) Honora (Meredith), died unmarried. 

[6] Bridget, married Ist, to Thomas Sandes, of Sallow 
Glen, CO. Kerry, and had a son and daughter (son of 
John Sandes and Mary Blennerhassett) ; she re-married 
to Stephen Creagh (see subsequent volume). 
[6] Anne, married to John Stack, of Ballyconory, co. 
Kerry (see vol. iii.). 
[7] Elizabeth, died unmarried. 

[8] Lucy, married 1737, to Rev. John Day, of Loher- 
cannon, co. Kerry, and had 3 sons and a daughter (see 
vol. iii.). 

[9] Margaret, married 23 Oct., 1737, to John Hewson, 
of Ennismore, and had, with other issue, 3 sons and 
6 daughters (see vol. iii.). 

[10] Marian, married to William Meredith, of Dix Grove, 
CO. Kerry (youngest brother of Richard Meredith afore- 
said), and had 4 sons and 5 daughters (see vol. iii.). 
[11] IVIary, married Ist, in 1743, as 2nd wife, to Robert, 
youngest son of William Collis, Esq., of Lisedoge, co. 
Kerry, and had a son ; she re-married to Thomas Rice, 
Esq., of Mount Trenchard, and was ancestor of Lord 
Monteagle (see vol. iii.). 



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•JTHS + DeSCGDfP + OB |» 



Geraldine Henrietta Townshend Mundy, s Alice Gertrude TowDshend Yernon, 

WIFE OF PIERREPONT HENRY MUNDY, g WIFE OF THE HON. AND REV. COURTENAY 
MAJOR-GENL. LATE R.H.A., < JOHN VERNON, 

FROM THE 



TBlooti JRogal 




of CnglanD, 



Edward I., crowtied i9=i=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June. 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



John, Count^Elizabeth, =f Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
of Holland, d. 5 May. I Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (isthus- 1316, aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band),d. s.p. 32. March, 1321. 

James Butler, Earl of=rEleanor^Sir Thomas de Dag- 
Carrick and Ear! of Or- I de worth (2nd husband), 
monde (ist husband), Bohun. had summons to parlt. 
d. 6 June, 1337. | 13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=i=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 13S2-3. I Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 



Robeit Hereford. 



James Butler, 3rd Earl of=j=Anne, dau. of John, 5th 
Ormonde, d. 7 Sept. 1405. | Lord Welles. 



Sir Richard Butler, of Poles-=f=Catharine, dau. of Gildas 
town, CO. Kilketmy. I O'Reilly. 

Sir Edmund Butler, d. l3=j=Catharine, dau. of Mulrony 
June, 1464. I O'Carroll, d. 1506. 

Sir James Butler, his attain-=j=Sabina, dau. of Donnell 
der was reversed, d. 16 Apl. Reagh, MacMurrough, Ca- 
1487. venagh, d. 1508. 



Pierce, Sth Earl of Ormonde=j=Margaret,2nddau.of Gerald 
in 1515, cr. Earl of Ossory | EitzGerald, Earl of Kildare. 
1527, d. 21-26 Aug. 1539. /K . 

continued ahoz'e. 



continued from below. 
Pierce, Sth Earl of Ormonde=rMargaret FitzGerald. 

Sir Richard Power (lst=j=Catlierine But-=James FiuGe- 
husband), cr. Lord La ler,d. at Askea- raid, 14th Earl 
Poer and Curraghmore ton 17 March, of Desmond 
1535, slain 10 Nov. 1552. (2nd husband), 

1539. I d. 14 Oct. 1558. 



Piers, 2nd lord, John, 3rd=f Ellen, 3rd dau. of James, 
lord, d. 15 ■--■-'- 

Nov. 1592. 



10 Dec. 1545. lord, d. 15 14th Earl of Desmond. 



Richard, 4th Lord La Poer^Catharine, dau. and heir of 
and Curraghmore, d. 2 Aug. John Barry, Visct. Buttevant. 
1607. 



Julia 
1615. 



(2nd wife), m.=r 



Katharine FitzMaurice.^ 



John FitzGerald, knight of=j= 
Kerry, d. at Ennismore, 
will proved 12 Nov. 1681. 

I ■ ■ 

Maurice FitzGerald, knight= 
of Keny. d. 15 Nov. 1732. 

John FitzGerald, of Dingle,= 
knight of Kerry, m. 12 
April, 1732, d. 1741. 



Thomas FitzMaurice, 18th 
iaron of Kerry, d. 3 June, 
1630. 

rjohn FitzGerald, of Ennis- 
more, knight of Kerry. 

Honora, dau. of Conor 
O'Brien, 2nd Visct. Claie 
(Royal Descent). 

=Elizabeth Crosbie, sister of 
Maurice, 1st Lord Brandon. 

=Margaret, dau. of Rt. Hon. 
Joseph Deane, chief baron 
of the Exchequer, Ireland. 



judge=Lady Anne FitzMaurice, only dau, 



.ady A 
fWill: 



Earl of Kerry. 



r=Richard 
I Townshend, co. Cork, M.P. i 
I 83, col. of militia, d. 23 Dec. i 



M.: 



nham, of Maryborough, CO. Cork, 



I. Richd.,d unm.iSos. 3^. Maurice FitzGeraId=Alice Elizabeth, only surviving Henrietta j! 

I.John, It.-col., d. Stephens - Townshend, I child of Richmond Shute, Esq., gusta, m. 

unm. 1845. of Castle Townshend, of Iron Acton, CO. Glouc, and Oct. i822,d, 

4. A. Boyle (Rev.), d. CO. Cork, vicar of Thorn- | heirof her matemaluncle, Henry Dec. 1869. 
i860, unm. bury, co. Glouc, d. 21 I Stephens, Esq., of Chavenage 

5. Henry, R.N., d. March, 1872. Home, co. Glouc, m. 16 May, 
unm. I 1826. 



i=Thomas Somer- Elizabeth Anne, m. 
2 I ville, Esq., of 3 Sept. 1850, to Rev. 
;i Dr'shane, co. Robert K. St. Lau- 

I Cork.J P.,D.L., rence (son of Hon. 

I d. loMav. i£82. Thomas, Bishop of 
Cork and Ross), who 

I d.s.p . June, 1866. 



Henry John Townshend 
Stephens-Townshend, 2d 
life guards, b. 1827, d. 
.869,m. i864janeA. C, 
eldestdau. ofj. H.Hus- 
sey de Burgh, Esq., of 
: Castle. = 



Kiltin 



Geraldine Henrietta Alice Gertrude=Hon.Courtenay John Thos. H. Somer-=Adelaide E 

Townshend Stephens, Townshend Ste- I Vernon, rector of ville.ofDrishane, ' ^ "■ 

m.3oApl.i870,as2nd phens, m.2s Mar. Grafton Underwood, lieut.-col., b. 29 

wife, to Major-Genl. 1856. | Northants, son of Oct. 1824. 

Pierrepont Henry I Robert, ist Lord 

Mundy, R.H.A. (see Lyveden. 

vol. i., p. 108). 



Adml. Sir J. 
Coghill, Bart., 

1857. 



Maurice FilzGerald Townshend Hubert de Burgh Filz- C. R. Percy Evelyn Mary Geral- T. Cameron. 

Stephens-Townshend, of Castle Gerald Townshend (Vernon), b. dine, m. 1877 to Rev. H. Boyle. 

~ ' ' • Cork, and Stephens-Townshend, 1857. Hugh H.Gillett.rector Aylmer. 

Glouc, b. 4 b. 4 April, 1867. Sydney C.F., of Compton,Surrey.= 

b. 1862. /t^ 

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Townshend 
Chavenage, 
Nov. 1865, 



Hugh. 



Stephens-Townshend of Castle Townshend, co. Cork. 



[12] Barbara, married to Bastable, youngest brother of 
George Herbert, of Currens aforesaid, and had issue 
(see vol. iii.) ; ancestor of 

James Franklin Fuller, 20th in descent from 
Edward I. (see chart pedigree, page 35). 

JOHN Fitzgerald, of Dingle, knight of Kerry, 
died at the Grove, Dingle, 1741, having 
married 12 April, 1732, Margaret, youngest daugh- 
ter and co-heir (with her sisters, Elizabeth, Vis- 
countess Doneraile, Anne, ist wife of Arthur Hill, 
created Viscount Dungannon, Mary, wife of John 
Bourke, created Earl of Mayo, and Catherine, 
wife of John Lj'saght, created Lord Lisle) of 
Right Hon. Joseph Deane, chief baron of the 
exchequer, Ireland, 1714-15 (by his wife Margaret 
Boyle, sister of Henry, created Earl of Shannon), 
and had (with Joseph and Margaret, both died 
unmarried) a son and daughter. 

MAURICE Fitzgerald, of Dingle, knight of 
Kerry, a judge of the admiralty court, 
M.P. Dingle 1761-8,' 1768-76 ; married 10 June, 
1764, his cousin. Lady Anne FitzMaurice, only 
daughter of William, 2nd Earl of Kerry : he died 
s.p. 1779, having bequeathed his estates in Kerry 
and all his possessions to his only sister, Elizabeth, 
and her heirs, as follows : — 

ELIZABETH Fitzgerald, 17TH in descent 
FROM Edward I. ; married Oct., 1752, 
to Richard Townshend, of Castle Townshend, co. 
Cork, M.P. for that county in 4 parliaments, 1759- 
61, 1761-8, 1769-76, 1776-83, and col. of militia 
(son of Richard Townshend, of Castle Townshend, 
by his 2nd wife, Elizabeth Becher) ; he died 23 
Dec, 1783, having had (with an only daughter, 
Elizabeth, died young) an only son, 

Richard Boyle Townshend, of Castle 
Townshend aforesaid, and of Dingle, co. 
Kerry; i8th in de.^cent from Edward L; 
educated at Eton, M.P. Dingle in 3 parliaments, 
1781-3, 1783-90, 1790 until he accepted the office 
of escheator of Munster, shortly before 22 Jan., 
1795 ; died 26 Nov., 1826, having married 16 May, 
1784, Henrietta, daughter of John Devonsher 
Newenham, Esq., of Maryborough, co. Cork, and 
had 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard FitzGerald (Toivnshend), died unmarried at 
Christ Church, Oxon, 13 Feb., 1805, aged 19. 
[2] John, of Castle I'ownshend, co. Cork, and Dingle, 
CO. Kerry, It.-col. comd. 14th light dragoons, A.D.C. 
to the queen, served throughout the Peninsular war, de- 
clined to be nominated a knight of Hanover, born 11 
June, 1786 ; died unmarried 23 April, 1845. 
[3] Maurice FitzGerald (Stephens-Townshend), of Castle 
Townshend, co. Cork, and Dingle, co. Kerry ; 19TH in 
DESCENT FROM Edwakd I.; vicar of Thornbury, co. 
Gloucester, 1823-82, M.A. Christ Church, Oxon, 1812, 
D.L. CO. Gloucester; died 21 March, 1S72 ; married 
16 May, 1826. Alice Elizabeth, only surviving child and 
heir of Richmond Shute, Esq., of Iron Acton, co. 
Gloucester, and heir of her maternal uncle, Henry 
Hannes Willis Stephens, Esq., of Chavenage House, 
CO. Gloucester (who died a monk at La Trappe, in Nor- 
mandy, 22 March, 1S21, aged 46), and had a son and 2 
daughters. 



(1) Henry John Townshend (Stephens-Townshend), 
J. P., 2nd life guards, educated at Eton, born i Nov., 
1827 ; died in the lifetime of his father, 7 Sept., 1869 ; 
married 29 Sept., 1864, Jane Adeliza Clementina, 
eldest daughter of John Hamilton Hussey de Burgh, 
Esq., J. P., of Kilfinane Castle, co. Cork (she re-mar- 
ried 7 March, 1S77, to Arthur Oriel Singer Cave, Esq., 
formerly of Rossbrin Manor, co. Cork), and had 2 sons. 

[1] Maurice FitzGerald Townshend (Stephens- 
Townshend), of Castle Townshend, co. Cork, and 
Chavenage, co. Gloucester; 21ST in descent from 
Edward L; born 4 Nov., 1865. 
[2] Hubert de Burgh FitzGerald Townshend 
(Stephens-Townshend); 21ST IN DESCENT FROM 
Edwakd I. ; born 4 April, 1S67. 

(2) Geraldine Henrietta Townshend (Stephens), mar- 
ried 30 April, 1S70, as 2nd wife, to Major-Gen' 
Pierrepont Henry Mundy, R.H.A. (6th son of Genl. 
Godfrey Basil Mundy, of Shipley, Derbyshire, by his 
wife, Hon. Sarah Rodney, daughter of Admiral Lord 
Rodney, see vol. i., page loS). 

(3) Alice Gertrude Townshend (Stephens), married 25 
March, 1S56, to Rev. and Hon. Courteuay John 
Veraon, B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1851, rector of 
Grafton Underwood since 1854 (son of Robert, Ist 
Lord Lyveden), heir-presumptive to his brother Filz- 
Patrick, 2nd Lord Lyveden, and has 2 sons and a 
daughter. 

■ [IJ Courtenay Robert Percy (Vernon), capt. 1st royal 
Lanark militia iSSo, born 29 Dec, 1S57. 
[2] Sydney Charles FitzPatrick, late 2nd It. North- 
ants and Rutland mditia, born 14 July, 1S62. 
[3] Evelyn Mary Geraldine, married 7 Aug., 1877, 
to Rev. Hugh Hodgson Gillett, rector of Compton, 
Surrey, since 1877, M.A. Exeter Coll., Oxon, 
1S60, and has 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

Hugh Vernon (Gillett), born 12 June, 1878; 
Charles Richard, bom 24 Aug., 18S0 ; George 
Maurice Gerald, born 17 Nov., 1882 : Sybil 
Evelyn, born 6 Sept., 1879; Marjorie, born 11 
Oct., 1S81 ; Gertrude Mary, born 18 Nov., 1SS3. 
[4] Abraham Boyle (Townshend), rector of Easthamp- 
stead, Berks : died unmarried 5 Feb., 1S60. 
[51 Henry, R.N., died unmarried in West Indies. 
[6] Henrietta Augusta (Townshend), died 11 Dec, 
1869 ; married 12 Oct., 1822, to her cousin, Thomas 
Somerville, Esq., of Drishane, co. Cork, J. P., D.L., 
high sheriff 1S63 ; he died 19 May, Ib82, leaving a son 
and daughter. 

(1) Thomas Henry (Somerville), of Drishane, co. Cork, 
J. P., lieut.-col. late 3rd Buft's, born 29 Oct., 1824; 
married 29 June, 1857, Adelaide Eliza, 9th daughter 
of Vice-admiral Sir Josiah Coghill, 3rd bart., and has 
had 6 sons and 2 daugliters. 

Thomas Cameron Fitzgerald (Somerville), born 30 
March, i860; Joscelyn Josiah Coghill, died 25 
Oct., 1864 ; Henry Boyle Townshend, burn 7 Sept., 
1863; Aylmer Coghill, born 23 Sept., 1865; John 
Arthur Coghill, born 26 March, 1872 ; Hugh 
Gualtier Coghill, born 10 July, 1S73 J Edith Anna 
CEnone ; Elizabeth Plihlagarde Augusta. 

(2) Henrietta (Somerville). 

[7] Elizabeth Anne, married 3 Sept., 1850, to Rev. 
Robert Kingsborough St. Lawrance, rector of Moragh 
(youngest son of Rt. Rev. and Hon. Thomas, Bishop of 
Cork and Ross, D.D., son of Thomas St. Lawrance, Ist 
Earl of Howth;, who died s.p. June, 1866, 

1") ober T FitzGerald, knight of Kerry on the 
V death of his nephew Maurice, 1779, LL.B., 
judge of the admiralty court, RLP. Dingle 1741- 
60, 1761-8, 1768-76, 1776 until his death, 11 Dec, 
1781 ; he married 1st, Lucy, daughter of John 
Leslie, of Tarbert House, co. Kerry; she died 



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"^riie Descendants of the Kings of England. 



s.p. ; he married 2ndly, Catherine FitzGerald 
widow of Thomas Freke Crosbie, Esq., of Tubrid, 
and daughter of Thomas FitzGerald, knight of 
Glin ; he married 3rdly, Catherine, daughter of 
Lancelot Sandes, of Kilcavan, Queen's County, 
and by her had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] MAURICE, succeeded as knight of Kerry. 

[2] Robert, fell, leading the grenadiers of 33rd regt., at 

siege of Seiingapatam, 4 May, 1799. 

[3] Mary, died unmarried, aged 22. 

MAURICE FitzGerald, knight of Kerrj', 
P.O. Ireland 1800, M.P. co. Kerry in the 
Irish parliament 1795-7, 1798 until the Union, 
and from that period until 1831, J. P., D.L., a 
comptroller of excise and customs in Ireland 
1799-1802, and a lord of the treasury 1800-6, a 
lord of the. treasury in England 1827, vice-trea- 
surer Ireland 1829, and a lord of the admiralty 
1834-5, 3- page in Dublin Castle 1785; bom 29 
Dec, 1772-4; died 6-7 March, 1849, having 
married 1st, 5 Nov., 1801, Maria, daughter of 
Right Hon. David La Touche, of Marlay, 
CO. Dublin ; she died 1829 ; he married 2ndly, 
Cecilia Maria Knight, widow ; she died 15 Oct., 

1859; ^y '^'^ ^^^ ^'^^ ^^ ^^'^ ^ ®°"^ ^"^^ 4 
daughters, 

[1! Maurice, died unmarried 1836. 
[2] David, died unmamed 1848. 

[3] Robert, died in the West Indies in the lifetime of his 
father in 1835, aged 30 ; he married Ellen, eldest daugh- 
ter of Peter Bodkin Hussey, of Farrinakilla House, co. 
Kerry, and had an only daughter, 

Maria (posthumous), married to Major John William 
Percy, late 9th regt., served in Crimea, at siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, and has 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) William Frederick Percy, lieut. 9th regt., born 
I June, 1857. 

(2) Robert FitzGerald, R. M.L.I. 

(3) CroftonJ. 

(4) Helena M., married , to Leslie 
Martin, Esq., of Oatlands, co. Dublin. 

(6) Rebecca Frances (Percy), married II Oct., 1877, 
to Burrard Rawson Crozier, capt. 21st Royal Scots 
fusiliers, late Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 
(79th regt.), and has 3 sons. 

A son born 9 Jan., 1879; a son born 29 Sept., 
i88i ; a son born 27 July, 1883. 
(6) Gertmde. (7) Katherme Cecil. 

[4] Brinsley, died unmarried 1S32. 

[5] SIR PETER GEORGE, knight of Kerry, created a 
baronet. 

[6] Stephen Edward, bom 1816; married Margaret, 
daughter of Rev. R. Story, of Roseneeth, N.B. 
[7] Elizabeth Emily, died 10 April, i860, having mar- 
ried 9 November, 1833, to Crofton Tliomas Vandeleur, of 
Wardenstown, co. Westmeath, in right of his wife, and of 
Mcy\'ille, co. Galway, 1835, by devise of his uncle. Justice 
Vandeleur, capt. 34th regt. (posthumous and only son 
of Major-Genl. Crofton Vandeleur) ; he died 13 Aug., 
18/6, having h.ad an only son, 

Crofton Thomas Burton ( Vandeleur), of M'ardenstown, 
CO. Westmeath, J.P., high sheriff 1880, and of Moy- 
ville, CO. Galway, capt. City of Dublin artillery, capt. 
I2th lancers, born 20 Feb., 1842; died s.p. 13 June, 
1881 ; married 7 Oct., 1S68, Hon. Maletta Yelverton, 
daughter of Barry John, 3rd Viscount Avonmore. 
[8] Maria, unmarried. 



[9] Gertrude, died unmarried 1828. 
[10] Catherine, married 20 June, 1835, to Edward 
Symes Bayly, of Ballyarthur, co. Wicklow, J. P., D.L., 
high sheriff 1837, late lieut.-col. comdt. Wicklow rifles, 
formerly capt. 34th regt., vice-lieut. co. Wicklow 
1855-66 (see Foster's Peerage, M. Anglesey), and has 
had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry Nicholas (Bayly), lieut. 45th regt., bom 2 
Oct., 1843 ; died 16 March, 1868. 

(2) Edward Richard (Bayly), lieut.-col. (7th brigade) 
Wicklow artillery militia 18S0, late 3rd buffs, born 20 
June, 1S45 ; married 10 Aug., 1S75, Adelaide Alicia, 
eldest daughter of Col. Charles John Tottenham, of 
Plas Berwyn, North Wales (see Foster's Peerage, 
Makquis of Ely), and has had 3 sons and 2 
daughters. 

Edward Archibald Theodore, bom 19 June, 1S77 ; 
Charles John, bom 8 Sept., 1878; George Paget, 
bom 13, died 15 June, 1S83; Adela Maude, born 
27 Jan., 1S80; Kathleen Isabel, bom 6 March, 1882. 

(3) Maurice Spring Rice (Bayly), heir to Wardenstown, 
CO. Westmeath, by devise of his cousin, the late Capt. 
C. T. B. Vandeleur, born , 1S50; married 
March, 18S1, Jeannie Theodora, and daughter of Capt. 
Hayes, of Ovoca, co. Wicklow. 

(4) Gertrude Caroline, died 19 Aug., 1869, having 
married 1st, 15 Sept., 1858, to John Talbot, Esq., of 
Mount Talbot, co. Roscommon ; he died 24 July, 
1859, leaving a son, William John Talbot, born I July, 
1859 ; his widow re-married, 18 Aug , 1S64, as ist wife, 
to Hon. Francis George Crofton, late commander R.N. 
(youngest son of Edward, 4th Baron Crofton, see 
Foster's Peerage), and had a daughter, 

Gertrude Catherine Georgiana (Crofton). 

(5) Selina Emily. 

(6) Frances Catherine (Bayly). 

SIR Peter George FitzGerald, of Ballin- 
ruddery, co. Kerry, and of Glanleam, 
island of Valencia; knight of Kerry, J. P., D.L., 
high sheriff 1849, ^ep. vice-treasurer Ireland, 
created a baronet 8 July, 1880; born 15 Sept., 
1808; died 6 Aug., 1880, having married 11 Aug., 
1838, Julia, daughter of Peter Bodkin Hussey, 
Esq., of Farrinakilla House, co. Kerry, afore- 
said, and had 4 sons and 7 daughters. 

[I] SIR MAURICE, 2nd and present baronet. 

[2] Robert John La Touche, born 12 Jan., 1S52 ; married 
1878, Marion, eldest daughter of late Mahony Harte, 
Esq., and has a son, 

Peter Francis, bom 1879. 
[3] Peter David, born 29 Dec, 1S55. 
[4] Brinsley John Hamilton, bora 25 Sept., 1859. 
[S] Mary Emily Frances, married 15 Jan., 1S63, to Sir 
Capel Molyneux, Bart., of Castle Dillon, co. Armagh ; he 
died 24 Jan., 1879. leaving a daughter, 

Julia Elizabeth Mary (Molyneux). 
[6] Emily. [7] Frances Caroline. 

[8] Katharine, married 17 April, 1873, to Rev. Henry 
Bell, vicar of Muncaster, Cumberland, since 1873, rural 
dean 1S7S, and chaplain to Lord Muncaster 1S73, hon. 
canon of Carlisle 1SS3, and has 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

Henry Fitzgerald liELI., born 28 March, 1877; Aubrey 

Fiizgerald ; Kathleen Mary Lorraine; Ida Constance 

Vere ; Gertrude Sheel.ih. 
[9] Elizabeth Anne, married 28 Sept.. 1882, to Hon. 
Francis Spring-Rice, lieut. R.N. (brother of Thomas, 
2nd Lord Monteagle, see Foster's Peerage), and had a 
son, 

Francis Peter, born 13 Aug., died 2 Dec, 1883. 
[10] Julia Emma Isabella. 

[II] Eileen Gertrude. 



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♦• Thg Descent OB •♦ 
CATHERINE, WIFE OF EDWARD S. BAYLY, ESQ., 

OF BALLYARTHUR, CO. WICK LOW, 



TBIooti JRopal 




Edward I., crowned i9=i=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

John, Count=Elizabeth, =j=Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
of Holland, d. 5 May, I Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (isthus- 1316, aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band), d. s.p. 32. | March, 13.''.I. 



:Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 
de worth (2nd husband), 
Bohun. had summons to parlt. 
13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1 382-3. I Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
I Robert Hereford. 



James Butler, Earl of 
Carrick and Earl of Or- 
monde (1st husband), 
d. 6 June, 1337. 



James Butler, 3rd Earl of=pAnne, dau. of John, 5th 
Ormonde, d. 7 Sept. 1405. | Lord Welles. 



Sir Richard Butler, of Poles-=j=Catharine, dau. ofGildas 
town, CO. Kilkenny. | O'Reilly. 



Sir Edmund Butler, d. l3=j=Catharine, dau. of Mulrony 
June, 1464. I O'CatroU, d. 1506. 



Sir James Butler, his 



14S7. 



A'as reversed, d. 16 Apl. 



=Sabina, dau. of Donnell 
Reagh, MacMurrough, Ca- 
venagh, d. 1508. 



Pierce, 8th Earl of Ormonde,=T=Mare;aret,2nd dau.of Gerald 
n 1515, cr. Earl of Ossory FitzGerald, Earl of Kildare. 
1527, d. 21-26 Aug. 1539. X. 



Pierce, 



Of CnglanD. 



continued from heZow, 
1 Earl of Ormonde. =i=Margaret FitzGerald. 



Sir Richard Power (ist=pCatherine But-=James FitzGe- 



husband), cr. Lord Ll* 
Poer and Curraghmore 
1535, slain 10 Nov. 
1539- 



, at Askea- raid, 14th Earl 

ton 17 March, of Desmond 

1552. (2nd husband), 

d. 14 Oct. 1558. 



Piers, 2nd lord, John, 3rd=f=Ellen, 3rd dau. of James, 
d. 10 Dec. 1545. lord, d. 15 14th Earl of Desmond. 
Nov. 1592. I 



Richard, 4th Lord La Poer=j=Catharlne, dau. and heir of 
and Curraghmore, d. 2 Aug. John Barry, Visct. Buttevant. 
1607. 



Julia Power (2nd wife), m.=i=Thomas FitzMaurice, i8th 
1615. I Baron of Keny, d. 3 June, 

I 1630. 



Katharine FitzMaurice.=i=John FitzGerald, of Etmis 
j more, knight of Kerry. 

I ' 

John FitzGerald, knight of=pHonora, dau. of Conor 
Kerry, d. at Ennismore, I O'Brien, 2nd Visct. Clare 
will proved 12 Nov. 1681. | (RoVAL Descent). 

Maurice FitzGerald, knight=pElizabeth Crosbie, sister of 
of Kerry, d. 15 Nov. 1732. I Maurice, Ist Lord Brandon. 



Robert FitzGerald, knight=Catherine (3rd wife), dau. 
of Kerry, LL.B., M.P. I of Lancelot Sandes, of Kil- 
Dingle 1741 until he died, cavan, Queen's Co. 
n Dec, 17S1. I 



Maria (ist wife), dau. of=Maurice FitzGerald, knight of Kerry,=Cecilia Maria Robert, fell at the Mary, d. 



Rt. Hon. David Digges 
La Touche, of Marlay, co. 
Dublin, m. S Nov. iSoi, 
d. 1827. 



P.C, M.P. CO. Kerry 1795-1S31, 
lord of the treasury, etc., b. 29 Dec. 
1772-4, d. 6-7 March, 1849. 



Knignt, witlov 
(2nd wife), d 
IS Oct. 1859. 



siege of Seringa- unmarried 
patam 4 May, aged 22. 
1799. 



Sir Peter George Fitz-=Julia. dau. of Peter Other Elizabeth Emily, Maria 



Gerald, knight of Kerry, 
deputy vice-treasurer Ire- 
land, created a baronet 
8 July, iSSo. b. 15 Sept. 
1808, d.. 6 Aug. 1S80. 



Bodkin Hussey, issue m. 1833 to Crofton Gertrude, m.2oJ 
Esq., of Farrina- (see Thos. Vandeleur, d. unm. 1S35, 
killa House, m. II p. 38). Esq., of Wardens- 1828. 
Aug. 1838. town, CO. West- 

meath.= 

A 



Catharine,=Edward Symes 



Bayly, of Bally- 
rthur,co. Wick- 
)w, lieut.-col. 
onidt. Wicklow 
ifles. 



Henry Bayly Edward Richard=rAdeIaide,da 

lieut. 45th Bayly, lieut.-col. | of Col. Tc 

regt., d. 16 Wicklow artil- I tenham, 1 

March, 186S. lery militia. | 1S75. 



Maurice=Jeannie,dau. Gertrude,d.i869.=Hon. F. G. Selina. 

S. R. of Capt. m. 1st to John ] Crofton, (2nd Frances. 

Bayly, Hayes, of Talbot, Esq., j husband), m. 

b. 1850. Ovoca. who d. 1859.=: 1869. 



William John Talbot, b. 1859. Gertrude (Crofton), 



[45] 



^« T-HG -i- DESCEnai + OB •♦ 

LT.-COL. SIR GEORGE DOUGLAS CLERK, BART., 

OF PENNYCUIK, CO. EDINBURGH. 



FROM THE 



IBlooD JRogal 



Edward I., crowned i9=pEleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 1 7 June, 1239. I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 




Of OBnglanD. 



Edward II., crowned 23= 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, J2S4, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. 



Edward III., crowned 1= 
Feb. 1327, b. 13N0V. 1312, 
d. 21 June, 1377. 



Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 22 Aug. 1357-8. 



Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
liam, Count of Holland and 
Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



confinued/rom below. 
James, Earl of Arran=j=Janet Livingsto 



John of Gaunt (4th son),=f=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
Richmond, etc., b. 24 June, (wid. of Sir Otes Swynford, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, d. 

10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=f Margaret, 3rd d. of Thomas 
Somerset and Marquis of and sister and co-heir of 
Dorset, so. cr. 1397, d. 21 Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Apl. 1410. Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 

Duke of Clarence, 2nd son 
of Hen. IV.), d. 31 Dec. 1440. 

James I. of Scotland,=T=Joane,=i=Sir James Stewart, the 
d. 21 Feb. 1438. Queen 1 Black Knight of Lorn. 

r Scots./K 



i,=|=Jo; 

Q' 

ofS 



James II. of Scotland, b. l6=j=Mary, dau. of Arnold, Duke 
Oct. 1430, killed at the siege of Gueldres, m. June, 1449, 
of Roxburgh Castle, 3 Aug. d. 16 Nov. 1463. 
1460. J 

Thomas, Lord Boyd,=Mary, dau.=j=Sir James Hamilton, 
cr. Earl of Arran, ofjamesll. j of Cadzow (2nd hus- 
attainted 1469 (ist band), cr. a lord of 

husband). | parlt., d. 6 Nov. 1479. 

James, Earl of Arran, so cr.=j=Janet (3rd wife), widow of 
II Aug. 1503, It.-genl. of I Sir Thomas Livingstone, of 
Scotland, one of the lords Easter Wemyss, dau. of Sir 
of regency. | David Bethune, of Creich. 

A 



James, 2nd Earl of Arran, 
regent of Scotland, d. 2; 
Jan. 1574-5. 



,|D 
to 



Margaret, dau. of James 
ouglas, 3rd Earl of Mor- 



John, Duke of Claud, Lord Pais-=i=Margaret, dau. of 

Hami!ton.=p ley, so cr. 1587, d. George, Sth Lord 

A 1621. I Seton. 



William, nth Earl of An- 
gus, cr. Alarquis of Douglas 
1633, d. 19 Feb. 1660 



Margaret Hamilton, only= 
dau., d. II Sept. 1623 (ist 
wife). 



Jean Douglas (2nd dau.)=pSir John Hamilton, 1st 
Lord Bargany, d. Apl. 1658. 



AnJie Hamilton=i=Sir Patrick Houstoun, of 
that ilk, cr. a baronet 20 
I Feb. 1668, d. 1696. 

SirJohnInglis,=i=Anne=2 Sir William Hamilton, of 
of Cramond, | Hous- Whitelaw, lord of session, d. 14 
cr. a .baronet 1 toun. Dec. 1704. 
1687, d. 1688. —3 Adam Cockbum, a lord of 

I session, d. 16 April, 1735. 



Janet =j=Sir John Clerk, M.P.,=:Margaret (ist wife), dau. 



Inglis 
(2nd 
vife). 



a baron of exchequer, of Alex. Stewart, 3rd Earl 
Scotland, d. 4 Oct. of Galloway, m. 23 Feb. 
I7SS- I70i,d. 26 Dec. following. 



Sir George Clerk, 4th bart.,=j=Dorothea, dau. and heir of 
of Drumcrieff, d. 1784. I William Clerk, Esq. 



James Clerk, E.I.C.S., d.=fjanet, dau. of George Irving, 
1793. of Newton, m. I7t,6. 



Sir George Clerk. 6th bart.,^Maria, 2nd dau. of Ewan 
M. P. Edinburgh. Stamford. I Law, Esq., of Horstead 
and Dover, vice-president | Place, Sussex, m. 1810, d. 
board of trade 1S45-56, etc.. I i860, 
d. 23 Dec. 1867. ■ I 



Sir James Clerk, George Edward John Clerk, of Rol- Henry, Edward, late major Alexander, Elizabeth, 

7th bart., d. 17 Clerk, of Mon- leston Hall, Q.C., b. major gen., Madrascavalr)-,m. depy.comsy. m. 1859 to 

Nov. 1870, m. treal, d. 1S75. m. l8i6,m. 1845 Rose, b. 27 Dec. 1864 Emma, dau. gen.i88o,m. Hon.E.C. 

1851, Jane, dau. I S49 .Marie, dau. dau. olThos. Greene, 1S21. of T. W. Bram- 1857 Edith, B. Elphin- 

of Major-Gen. of C. Dupuis, of Esq.,ofWhittington Is.ibella. ston, Esq., M.P., dau. of Dr. stone.^ 

Mercer Hender- Montreal.= Hali.:= ofSkreens.= Buchanan.=: i. 
son, C.B.-I A A A A 

Jane Mary 

Isabella Elizabeth. 
Maria. 



Sir George Douglas Clerk, of^Aymee Elizabeth Georgiana, 2nd 
Pennycuik, Edinburgh, lieut,-col. I dau. of (Sir) Robert John Milli- 
commanding 2nd Midlothian and ken Napier (Bart.), m. 4 Jan., 
..PeebleshireK.V..b,i7May,i8s2. | 1876. 



Susan Edith, m. 5 June, 
1883. to Alan Hy. Seton 
Steuart, Esq. 



George James Robert, b. 4 Oct., 1876. 



[46 J. 




CLERK, SIR GEORGE DOUGLAS, Bart., 
of Pennycuik, co. Edinburgh, J. P., lieut.-col. 
commanding 2nd Midlothian and Peebles-shire 
R.V., hon. lieut. on reserve of officers, late 2nd life 
guards, formerly capt. 3rd batt. R. Scots (Lothian 
regt.)mil.; 17TH in descent from Edward 
IIL; bom 17 May, 1852; married 4 Jan., 1876, 
Aymee Elizabeth Georgiana, 2nd daughter of 
(Sir) Robert John Milliken Napier (Bart.), and 
has a son, 
[1] George James Robert, born 4 Oct., 1876. 

Arms— Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. between two crescents gu- 

and a boar's head sa. 

Crest — A demi-huntsman sounding a horn ppr. 

Supporters — Dexter, a naked man wreathed about the loins with 

oak leaves, in the dexter hand a bow, a quiver of arrows over his 

shoulder, and the skin of a wild beast hanging down his back all 

ppr. Sinister, a Druid with a flowing beard ppr., vested and 

hooded arg., holding in the sinister hand an oak branch fructed ppr. 

Granted 1807. 

MoTTOES-(Over the crest) Free for a blast. (Under the arms) 

Seat — Pennj'cuik House, Edinburgh. 




The Descent of 
Sir George Douglas Clerk, Bart., of 

Pennycuik, co. Edinburgh, 
from the Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD IIL, King of 
England, Earl of Ches- 
ter 1320, Duke of Aqui- 
taine. Count of Pon- 
thieu and Montreuil 1325 ; 
crowned at Westminster 
in his father's lifetime, 
1 Feb., 1327 ; defeated 
the Scots at Halidon 
Hill 1333 ; in 1339 he 
assumed the style of 
" King of France and England, and Lord of 
Ireland," and quartered the arms of France in 




the first quarter; gained a great naval victory 
over the French off Sluys 1340, and won the cele- 
brated battle of Cressy 26 Aug., 1346; 17 Oct. 
following the Scots were defeated at Neville 
Cross and King David II. taken prisoner to 
London, where he remained nearly 11 years. 
Instituted the order of the Garter 1349. His son, 
the Black Prince, defeated the French at the 
battle of Poictiers 19 Sept., 1356, and brought 
King John prisoner to London, where he re- 
mained nearly 5 years (for further particulars see 
Royal Lineage, Foster's Peerage). The king 
died at Sheen, Surrey, 21 June, 1377, having 
had, with other issue, 

JOHN OF GAUNT (4th son), created Duke of 
Lancaster in parliament 13 Nov., 1362 ; mar- 
ried 1st, 13 May, 1359, Blanche, youngest daughter 
and co-heir of Henry, Duke of Lancaster, grand- 
son of Henry III.; she buried in St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral 1369, having had, with 2 daughters, a son, 

[1] Henry, became Henry IV. OF England. 

JOHN OF GAUNT married 3rdly, at Lincoln, 13 ' 
Jan., 1396, Katherine, daughter of Sir Payn Roet, 
Guienne King-of-Arms, and widow of Sir Otes 
Swynford, Knt. ; she died 10 May, 1403, buried 
in Lincoln Cathedral, having had, with a daugh- 
ter (see vol. i., page 4), 3 sons, of whom the eldest, 

SIR JOHN BEAUFORT, created Earl of 
Somerset 20 Rich. II., 1397, and Marquis of 
Dorset 29 Sept. the same year (England's 2nd 
marquis), chamberlain of England for life, 9 Feb. 
I Hen. IV., capt. of Calais, died 21 April, 1410; 
he married Margaret, 3rd daughter of Thomas, 
and sister and co-heir of Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent ; she died 31 Dec, 1440, having (re-married 
to Thomas, Duke of Clarence, 2nd son of Henry 
IV., slain at the battle of Baug6) had, with other 
issue (see vol. i., page 21), a daughter, 

JOANE, Queen of Scots, died at Dunbar 1445, 
married ist, in the Priory of St. Mary Overy, 
Southwark, Feb. 1423-4, to James Stuart I. of 
Scotland, who was murdered by the faction of 
Walter, Earl of Athole, his uncle, 21 Feb., 1437-8, 
and had, with other issue, a son and daughter. 



[47] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



ril JAMES II., king of Scotland. 

[2J Princess Annabella, or Arabella, married as 1st wife 
to George, Earl of Huntly, who died at Stirling, 8 June, 
1501, leaving, with other issue, a son, 

Alexander, 3rd earl, who married his cousin (of the 

half-blood) Janet, daughter of Sir John Stewart, Earl 

ot Athole, of whom presently. 
The Dowager-Queen of Scots married 2ndly, 1439, to 
Sir James Stewart, the black knight of Lorn (3rd son 
of Sir John Stewart, of Lorn and Innermeath), and had, 
with other issue, a son, 

[3] Sir John Stewart, ofBalveny, created Earl of Athole 
1457, re-invested with the earldom of Athole 18 March, 
14S0-I, ambassador to England 1463, etc., had a principal 
command in the army of James III. 14S8, died 19 Sept., 
1512, buried in Dunkeld cathedral; married 1st Mar- 
garet, dowager of William, 8th Earl of Douglas, only 
daughter of Archibald, 5th Earl of Douglas, Duke of 
Touraine; he married 2ndly, Eleanora, daughter of 
William Sinclair, Earl of Orkney and Caithness, and 
had issue. 



JAMES II. of Scotland, on the death of his 
father, 21 Feb., 1437-8, bom 16 Oct., 1430; 
killed at the siege of Ro.xburgh Castle, then in 
the hands of the English, 3 Aug., 1460 ; married 
June, 1449, Mary, daughter of Arnold, Duke 
of Guelders (by Catherine of Cleve) ; she died 16 
Nov., 1463, having had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

1] James IH. of Scotland. 

21 Alexander, Duke of Albany, so created after 1455. 

'3 1 John, Earl of Mar. 

4] Mary, married 1st to Thomas, Lord Boyd, created 

Earl of Arran, attainted and forfeited 1469; died about 
1472 ; she re-married as 2nd wife to Sir James Hamilton, 
of Cadzow, created an hereditary lord of parliament by 
royal charter 28 June, 1445, whereby his lands were 
also erected into a free lordship and denominated 
Hamilton. He was one of the commissioners who con- 
cluded a peace with the English in 1449, was appointed 
sheriff of Lanarkshire by royal charter I July, 1455, and 
acquired territorial possessions by subsequent grants 
from the king; was appointed ambassador extraordinary 
to the English court in 1472 (son of Sir James Hamilton, 
of Cadzow) ; died 6 Nov., 1479, leaving an only son 
ind heir, viz., — 



He was 
marriage 



JAMES, 2nd Lord Hamilton, P.C. 
sent to England to conclude a 
between the King of Scotland and Margaret 
daughter of Henry VII., and was after the mar- 
riage created Earl of Arran, 11 Aug., 1503; was 
appointed lieut.-gen. of Scotland, warden of the 
marches, and one of the lords of regency in 1517; 
died before 1529, and left issue by his 3rd wife, 
Janet, widow of Sir Thomas Livingstone, of 
Easter Wemyss, daughter of Sir David Bethune, 
of Creich, comptroller of Scotland, a son and 
heir. 



JAMES, 2nd Earl of Arran, chosen Regent of 
Scotland on the death of James V., lord of 
the duchy of Chatelherault, by King Henry II. 
of France, 1548 (see Genealogist, vol. viii., page 
4); died 22 Jan., 1574-5, having married Mar- 



garet, daughter of James Douglas, 3rd Earl of 
Morton, and had, with other issue, 3 sons. 

[1] James, 3rd Earl of Arran, died unmarried, March, 
1609. 

[2] John, created Marquis of Hamilton 17 April, 1599. 
His grandson James (who was beheaded 9 March, 
1649) was created Duke of Hamilton, 12 April, 1643, to 
the heirs male of his body, whom failing to his brother 
Wilham and his heirs male, whom failing to the eldest 
heir female of the Marquis' body, etc. (see Foster's 
Peerage, D. Hamilton). 

f3] Claud, a zealous and faithful adherent of Mary, 
Queen of Scots (forfeited 19 Aug., 1568), was created 
Lord Paisley by King James, 29 April, 1587; died 
1621, having married Margaret, daughter of George, 5th 
Lord Seton (and sister of Alexander, Earl of Dunferm- 
line, high chancellor of Scotland), and had, with other 
issue (see Foster's Peerage, D. Abercorm), a daughter, 
viz., — 

MARGARET HAMILTON (only daughter), 
died II Sept., 1623, aged 38 ; married as 
1st wife to William, nth Earl of Angus, created 
Marquis of Douglas 17 June, 1633, with re- 
mainder to his heirs male whatsoever; he united 
with Montrose after the victory of Kils3rth 1645, 
capitulated after the rout of Philiphaugh 13 
Sept., 1645, fined under Cromwell's act of grace 
and pardon ; died 19 Feb., 1660, aged 71, having 
had, with other issue, 

JEAN DOUGLAS (2nd daughter), married to 
Sir John Hamilton, of Carridden, created 
Lord Bargeny 1639, or, according to Nisbet, 14 
Nov., 1641, with limitation to the heirs male of 
his body, was excepted out of Cromwell's act 
of grace and pardon 1654; he died April, 1658, 
having had, with other issue, a daughter, 

NNE HAMILTON, married to Sir Patrick 
Houstoun, of that ilk, created a baronet of 
Nova Scotia 29 Feb., 1668, represented Renfrew- 
shire in parliament 1661, Dumbartonshire in the 
convention of 1678, and in parliament 1681-2 ; he 
died 1696, leaving, with other issue, a daughter, 

ANNE HOUSTOUN, married ist to Sir John 
Inglis, of Cramond, co. Edinburgh, created 
a baronet of Nova Scotia 22 March, 1687; he 
died 1688; she re-married ist, in Edinburgh, 30 
Sept., 1700, to Sir William Hamilton, of Whitelaw, 
lord of session 1693, and knighted by King 
William, represented Queensbury in convention 
1689, and in parliament 1689-1702, 1702-4, lord 
justice clerk 31 Oct., 1704, until his death, 14 
Dec. same year ; she re-married lastly to Adam 
Cockbum, P.C, lord justice clerk 1692, treasurer 
depute (chancellor of the exchequer) 1699, until 
the accession of Queen Anne, represented Had- 
dington Constabular}' in the convention 1678, 1689, 
and in parliament 1681-2, 1689-92, lord justice 
clerk again 1705-10, and a lord of session 1705 
until his death 16 April, 1735, aged 79. Sir James 
Inglis had a son and 4 daughters, of whom, 



A' 



[48] 



<«« Thg + Desceiit + OB •♦ 

Andrew Wedderburn, Esq., 

MADRAS CIVIL SERVICE i84i-;8, 

FROM THE 



'JBlooO JRogal 




of CnglanQ. 



Edward I., crowned 19= 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, 
d. 7 July, 1307. 



Edward II., crowned 23 
Feb. I307,b. 25 April, 1284, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. 



Edward III., crowned 1= 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, 
d. 21 June, 1377. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),= 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, etc., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



■Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Ferdinand III., King of 
Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 22 Aug. 1357-8. 



Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
liam, Count of Holland and 
Hainauh, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

^Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(wid. of Sir Otes Swynford, 
knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, d. 
10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=rMargaret, 3rd d. of Thomas 



Somerset and Marquis of 
Dorset, so. cr. 1397, d. 21 
Apl. 1410. 



and co-heir of 
Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 
Duke of Clarence, 2nd son 
ofHen.IV.),d.3lDec.l440. 



James I. of Scotland,=j= Joan e,=j=Sir James Stewart, the 
d. 21 Feb. 1438. I Queen | Black Knight of Lorn. 

f Scots./f\ 



,=i=Joa 
Qu 
ofS 

,id, b. i6-pi,iai^. 
:he siege of Gut 
, 3 Aug. d. 16 1 



James II. of Scotland, b. i6=f Mary. dau. of Arnold, Duke 
Oct. 1430, killed at the siege of Gueldres, m. June, 1449, 
of Roxburgh Castle, 3 Aug. | d. 16 Nov. 1463. 
1460. 

Thomas, Lord Boyd,^Mary, dau.=i=Sir James Hamilton, 
cr. Earl of Arran, of James II. I of Cadzow (2nd hus- 
attainted 1469 (ist band), cr. a lord of 

husband). | parlt., d. 6 Nov. 1479. 



coniinited/rom below. 
James, Earl of Arran=j=Janet Livingstone. 



James, 2nd Earl of Arran,=f=Margaret, dau. of James 
regent of Scotland, d. 22 Douglas, 3rd Earl of Mor- 
Jan. 1 574-5. | ton. 

John, Duke of Claud, Lord Pais-=j=Margaret, dau. of 

Hamilton.=p ley, so cr. 1587, d. George, 5th Lord 

A 1621. I Seton. 

Margaret Haniilton, only=f= William, uth Earl of An- 
dau., d. II Sept. 1623 (1st I gus, cr. Marquis of Douglas 
wife). I 1633, d. 19 Feb. 1660. 



Jean Douglas (2nd dau.)=rSir John Hamilton, 1st 
j Lord Bargany, d. Apl. 1658. 



Anne HamiIton=f=Sir Patrick Houstoun, of 
that ilk, cr. a baronet 29 
Feb. 1668, d. 1696. 



SirJohnInglis,=f= Anne=2 Sir William Hamilton, of 
of Cramond, | Rous- Whitelaw, lord of session, d. 14 
cr. a baronet 1 toun. Dec. 1704. 
1687, d. 1688. =3 Adam Cockburn, a lord of 

I session, d. 16 April, 1735. 



Janet =j=Sir John Clerk, M.P.,=Margaret (ist wife), dau. 
Inglis a baron of exchequer, of Alex. Stewart, 3rd Earl 
(2nd Scotland, d. 4 Oct. of Galloway, m. 23 Feb. 
wife). I 1755. i7oi,d.26Dec.following. 

Sir George Clerk, 4th bart.,=j=Dorothea, dau. and heir of 
of Drumcrieff, d. 1784. I William Clerk, Esq. 



James, Earl of Arran, so cr.=j=Janet (3rd wife), widow of 



Aug. 1503, It.-genl. of 
Scotland, one of the lords 
of regency, 



Sir Thomas Livingstone, of 
Easter Wemyss, dau. of Si 
David Bethune, of Creich. 



A 

A, 

ntinued ahove. 



James Clerk, E.I.C.S,, d.=f=Janet,dau. of George Irving, 
1793. I of Newton, m. 17S6. 



Sir George Isabella Clerk, only=pJames Wedderbum, 

Clerk, 6th dau,, m.28 0ct. 1813, I sol.-genl. Scotland, 

bart,=r d. 2 Nov. 1S65. 1S16, etc, etc., d. 7 

A I Nov. 1S22. 



James Wedder- George Wedderbum, John Wedderbum, major- Andrew Wedderburn,=:Joanna, dau. Other 
bum, M.D., b. writer to the signet, b. gen. in the army, m. and Madras C.S. 1841-78, I ofjames Keir, issue. 
23 Sept. 1814, 25 March, 1817, d. d. s. p. 4 Jan. 1879. b. 16 Dec. 1821. M.D.,m.i847. 



James Andrew Col- Harry George Wed-=Jane, dau, of (Hon.) David Francis Ed- Charles Alexander 

vUle Wedderbum, derburn, bar.-at-law F.Carmichael, Madras C.S., ward Keir, latelieut.iStli regt.. 

cpt. Bengal staff corps, l.T. 1S75, b. 1850. m. 29 Dec. 1 88 1. b. 1857. b. 15 Nov. 1858. 

b. 1849. 

[49] 7 



Alice. 
Mary. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



JANET INGLIS, died 29 Jan., 1760; married 
as 2nd wife (contracted 5 Feb., 1709) to 
Sir John Clerk, 2nd baronet (see page 53), 
advocate 20 July, 1700, a baron of the e.xchequer 
in Scotland 1707 till his death 4 Oct., 1755, a 
commissioner for the Union, M.P. Whithorn in 
the Scottish parliament 1702-7, and sat in the 
first parliament of Great Britain 1707-8, a cele- 
brated antiquary, and had 7 sons and 6 daughters. 

[I] Sir James, 3rd bart.; died s.p. 6 Feb., 17S3, having 
married Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. John Cleghorn ; she 
died March, 1786. 

[2] SIR GEOKGE, succeeded as 4th bart. 

[3] Patrick, and [4] Henry, both "died abroad in the 

service of their country." 

[5] John, of Eldin, F.S.A., baptized at Pennycuik 12 Sept., 

1728; died July, 1812; married Susannah, daughter 

of William Adam, of Maryborough, architect (see Foster's 

Baronetage), and had, with 4 daughters, 2 sons. 

(1) John, advocate 3 Dec, 1785, Lord Eldin of session 
1823, died 30 May, 1832. 

(2) William, clerk of the jury court. 

[6] Matthew, born 15 Dec, 1732, and [7] Adam, born 
II May, 1737 ; both "died abroad in the service of their 
country." 

[8] Anne, died unmarried 26 Nov., 1755. 
[9] Elizabeth, married to Robert Pringle, Lord Edgefield 
of session 1754, advocate 1724, sheriff depute Banff- 
shire 1 748 (see Foster's Baronetage) ; he died 8 April, 
1764, having had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Thomas (Pringle), It.-col., born 21 Oct., 1736. 

(2) John, advocate 1763, professor of history; died 
1811. 

(3) James, in the navy. 

(4) Anne, died unmarried. 

(5) Margaret, died unmarried. 

[10] Jean, married at Pennycuik 17 Jan., 1740, to James 
Smollett, of Bonhill, co. Dumbarton, advocate, one of 
the commissaries of Edinburgh, and died s.p. 

[II] Joanna, baptized at Pennycuik 10 March, 1724. 
[12] Barbara, born 17 Oct., 1725. 

[13] Janet, born 16 Aug., 1727, died s.p. at Hailes, 24 
Jan., 1784; married at Pennycuik 16 April, 1750, to 
James Carmichael, of Hailes, co. Edinburgh, writer to 
the signet 1 741 (brother of John, 4th Earl of Hynd- 
ford) ; died s.p. 12 Jan., 1781. 

SIR GEORGE CLERK, 4th bart., ofDrumcrieff, 
in Annandale, a commissioner of customs, 
lord treasurer, remembrancer in the exchequer ; 
died 1784, having married 20 Jan., 1740, his 
cousin, Dorothea, daughter and heir of William 
Clerk, Esq. (by Agnes Maxwell, heiress of Mid- 
dleby, Dumfries-shire, see page 53) ; she died 4 
Dec, 1793, having had 5 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] Sir John, 5th bart., served in the navy; died s.p. 
24 Feb., 1798, having married Mary Dacre, of Kirkhnton, 
Cumb. 

[2] George, advocate 21 Nov., 1767; died 1776. 

[3] James, E.I.C.S., died , 1793, having married 

1786, Janet, daughter of George Irving, Esq., of Newton, 
and had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) SIK GEORGE, succeeded as 6th bart. 

(2) John Clerk-Maxwell, of Middleby, co. Dumfries, 
advocate 14 Dec, 1811, bom , 1790; died 3 
April, 1856, having married , 1826, Frances, 
daughter of Robert Cay, Esq., of North Charlton Hall, 
Northumb. ; she died 6 Dec, 1839, leaving an only son, 

James Clerk-Maxwell, hon. fellow Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A., second wrangler 1854, professor natu- 



ral philosophy Marischal Coll., Aberdeen, 1855, 
professor natural philosophy and astronomy King's 
Coll., London, 1859-71, professor of experimental 
physics Camb. 1871-9, F.R.S., president Camb. 
Philosophical Society, Rede lecturer 1878; bom 13 
June, 1831 ; died s.p. 5 Nov., 1879, having married 
2 June, 1858, Katharine Mary, 3rd daughter of Rev. 
Daniel Dewar, D.D., LL.D., principal of Marischal 
Coll., Aberdeen. 
(3) Isabella, died 2 Nov., 1865, having married 28 Oct, 
1813, to Right Hon. James Wedderbura, solicitor- 
general Scotland 1816, advocate 17 Dec, 1803, col- 
lector of decisions 1807-11, deputy advocate iSio-lI, 
sheriff depute Peebles-ghire 1811-16; born 12 Nov., 
1782, died 7 Nov., 1822, having had 4 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] James (Wedderburn), M.D., bom 23 Sept., 1814; 
died unmarried. 

[2] George (Wedderburn), writer to the signet, 
born 25 March, 1817; died unmarried. 
[3] John (Wedderburn), major-gen. in the army, 
lieut.-col. (retired full pay) Bengal S.C, bom'5 July, 
1829; died 4 Jan., 1879, having married Matilda, 
daughter of Don Costello ; she died 19 Jan., 1874. 
[4] Andrew (Wedderburn), Madras C.S., 1841-78, 
born 16 Dec, 1821; married 1847, Joanna, 

daughter of James Keir, M.D., and has 4 sons and 
2 daughters. 

(1) James Andrew Colville (Wedderburn), capt. 
Bengal staff corps 1881, bom 5 Feb., 1849. 

(2) Harry George (Wedderbum), bar.-at-lavy 
Inner Temple 1875, advocate Madras, born 

, 1850; married 29 Dec, 1881, Jane Trevel- 
yan, youngest daughter of (Hon.) David F. 
Carmichael, Madras C.S. (see Foster's Baronetage). 

(3) Francis Edward Keir, Indian C.S., bom 

, 1857. 

(4) Charies Alexander, late lieut. iSth regiment, 
born 15 Nov., 1858. 

(5) Alice. (6) Mary. 

[6] Janet Isabella (Wedderburn),' bom 20 Oct., 
1815 ;died , 1852, having married , 1838, 

to James Hay Mackenzie, Esq., of the Portmore 
family, writer to the signet; he died 16 Feb., 1865, 
having 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) John (Mackenzie), writer to the signet, 
born 

(2) George William, bom 

(3) Isabella Elizabeth, married 1873, as 
2nd wife to Maj.-Gen. John Agmondisham Vesey 
Kirkland, of Wester Fordel, Perthshire, J.P., 
D.L. Ross-shire, and J.P. Edinburghshire, late 
lieut.-col. 5th foot. 

(4) Louisa Helen. 

(6) Ann Christian, married 8 July, 1873, to 
Edward Mordaunt Bannerman, Esq., and has 
had 5 sons. 

Kenneth Mordaunt (Bannerman), bom 15 May, 
1874; D'Arcy, born 31 Oct., 1875; Eric Edward, 
born 17 May, 1878, died 18 Oct., 1883; son 
born 7 Aug., 1879; son bom 21 Oct., 1883. 
(6) Jean Chariotte (Mackenzie). 
[6] Jean (Wedderburn), bom 7 Aug., 1818 ; married 
1838, to Peter Blackburn, Esq., of Killearn, 
Stiriingshire, M.P. 1855-65, a lord of the treasury 
1859 (brother of Rt. Hon. Lord Blackbnm, see 
Foster's Peerage); he died 20 May, 1870, having 
had at least 4 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) John (Blackburn), of Killeam, a commissioner 
of supply for Stiriingshire, bom 1843. 

(2) James (Blackburn), bar.-at-law Lincoln's Inn 
1870, late R.N. 

(3) Peter (Blackburn), capt. royal artillery, adju- 
tant Lanarkshire artillery volunteers since 1880, 
born 26 Nov., 1847. 



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♦• THG + DESCEDT + OB •♦ > 

Helen Agnes, 

WIFE OF 

Norman G. Lampson, Esq., 



OBloon laopal 




of (ZBnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=f=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crowned 23= 
Feb. I307,b. 25 April, J284, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. 



Edward III., crowned 1 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, 
d. 21 June, 1377. 



Jiichmond, etc., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 22 Aug. 1357-8. 



=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
liam, Count of Holland and 
Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(wid. of Sir Otes Swynford, 
knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, d. 
10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=f Margaret, 3rd d. of Thomas 



Somerset and Marquis of 
Dorset; so. cr. 1397, d. 
Apl. 1410. 



and sister and co-heir of 
Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 
Duke of Clarence, 2nd son 
of Hen.lV.), d. 31 Dec. 1440. 



James I. of Scotland,=i=Joane,=j=Sir James Stewart, the 
d. 21 Feb. 1438. I Queen Black Knight of Lorn. 



of Scots./ 

id, b. i6=pMa,^,ua 
:he siege 1 of Gueld 
, 3 Aug. d. 16 No 



James II. of Scotland, b. l6=pMary, dau. of Arnold, Duke 
Oct. 1430, killed at the siege I of Gueldres, m. June, 1449, 
of Roxburgh Castle, 3 Aug. | d. 16 Nov. 1463. 
1460. 

Thomas, Lord Boyd,i=Mary, dau.=f=Sir James Hamilton, 
cr. Earl of Arran, ofja'mesll. I of Cadzow (2nd hus- 
attainted 1469 (ist band), cr. a lord of 

husband). parlt., d. 6 Nov. 1479. 

James, Earl of Arran, so cr.=f=janet (3rd wife), widow of 
II Aug. 1503, It.-genl. of I .Sir Thomas Livingstone, of 
Scotland, one of the lords Easter Wemyss, dau. of Sir 
of regency. | David Bethune, of Creich. 

A 

A, 
continued above. 



contiKuedfrom helow. 
James, Earl of Arran=j=Janet Livingstone. 



James, 2nd Earl of Arran, =j=Margaret, dau. of James 
regent of Scotland, d. 22 Douglas, 3rd Earl of Mor- 
Jan. 1574-5. ton. 



John, Duke of Claud, Lord Pais-=j=Margaret, dau. of 

Hamilton. =f= ley, so cr. 1587, d. George, 5th Lord 

A 1 62 1. Seton. 



Margaret Hamilton, only=f= William, nth Earl of An- 
dau., d. II Sept. 1623 (ist gus, cr. Marquis of Douglas 
wife). I 1633, d. 19 Feb. 1660. 



Jean Douglas (2nd dau.)=f=Sir John Hamilton, Ist 
1 Lord Bargany, d. Apl. 1658. 

Anne Hamilton=j=Sir Patrick Houstoun, of 
that ilk, cr. a baronet 29 
Feb. 1668, d. 1696. 



SirJohnInglis,=f Anne=2 Sir William Hamilton, of 
of Cramond, | Hous- Whitelaw, lord of session, d. 14 
cr. a baronet 1 toun. Dec. 1704. 
1687, d. 1688. =3 Adam Cockburn, a lord of 

I session, d. 16 April, 1735. 



Janet =f=Sir John Clerk, M.P.,=Margaret (ist wife), dau. 
Inglis a baron of exchequer, of Alex. Stewart, 3rd Earl 
(2nd Scotland, d. 4 Oct. of Galloway, m. 23 Feb. 
wife). I 1755. 1 701, d. 26 Dec. following. 



Sir George Clerk, 4th bart., 
of Drumcrieff, d. 1784, 



=Dorothea, dau. and heir of 
William Clerk, Esq. 



James Clerk, E.I.C.S., d.=fjanet, dau. of George Irving, 
1793- I of Newton, ra. 1786. 



Sir George Isabella Clerk, only=f=James Wedderbum, 

Clerk, 6th dau.,m.2S0ct. 1813, sol.-genl. Scotland, 

bart.=j= d. 2 Nov. 1S65. 1816, etc., etc., d. 7 

A I Nov. 1822. 



Jean Wedderburn, b. 7 Aug.=i=Peter Blackburn, Esq., of 

1818. I Killearn, Stirlingshire, M.P. 

I "855-65, d. 20 May, 1870. 



John Blackburn, of Killearn, Peter.capt. R.A.,b. i 847. RebeccaMarion, Mary L. Helen Agnes, m. 1874 to 
bd. 1843. Adam Gillies, lieut. Cam. ni. 187210 John Norman George Lampson, 

James, bar. -at law. Highlanders, b. 1858. Hope, Esq.=f= Esq., of London. =p 



Charles D. (Hope), Helen. 
b. 1873. Katherine. 

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Curtis W., b. 1875. Jane L. 
Miles W., b. 18S0. Bridget H. 
Adam C , b. 1SS2. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(4) Adam Gillies (Blackburn), lieut. (the Queen's 
own) Cameron (79th) Highlanders, served in the 
Soudan 18S4, born 24 May, 1858. 

(S) 

(6) Rebecca Marion (Blackburn), (2nd daughter) 
married 13 Aug., 1872, to John, eldest son of Hon. 
Charles Hope, com. R.N. (see Foster's Peerage, E. 
Hopetoun), and has a son and 2 daughters. 

Charles Dunbar (Hope), born 12 July, 1873; 
Helen Jacqueline ; Katherine Marion. 

(7) Mary L. (Blackburn). 

(8) Helen Agnes (Blackburn), (4th daughter), 
married 16 Nov., 1874, to Norman George Lamp- 
son, Esq. (see Foster's Baronetage'), and has 3 
sons and 2 daughters. 

Curtis Walter (Lampson), born 18 Aug., 1875; 

Miles Wedderburn, born 24 Aug., 1880 ; Adam 

Cathcart, born 27 Oct., 1882; Jane Leslie; 

Bridget Helen. 
[7] Jemima (Wedderburn), born (posthumous) I 
May, 1823 ; married 12 June, 1849, to Hugh Black- 
burn, of Roshven, Inverness, fellow Trin. Coll., 
Camb., prof, mathematics Glasgow University 
(brother of Peter Blackburn aforesaid), and has, 
with other issue, 2 sons, 

(1) William (Blackburn), B.A. Trin. Coll., 
Camb., bar.-at-law Inner Temple 1877. 

(2) Hugh (Blackburn), lieut. the Buffs (E^st Kent 
regiment), born 17 Feb., 1856. 

[4] William. [6] Robert. 

[6] Agnes, married to John, second son of Robert Craigie, 
of Glendoick, lord president of the court of session 
1754-60, and had, with a daughter, a son, 

George Craigie, of Dumbarney, who had 2 sons ; the 

younger, Morris, left 2 daughters. 
[7] Johanna. [8] Dorothea. [9] Janet. 

SIR GEORGE CLERK, 6th bart., P.C. 1845, 
- F.R.S. 1819, advocate 1809, hon. D.C.L. 
Cxon 1810, chairman of Royal Academy of Music, 
M.P. CO. Edinburgh in eight parliaments, 1811-32, 
1835-7, Stamford 1838-47, and Dover 1847-52, lord 
of the admiralty 1819-27, 1828-30, under-sec home 
department 1830-5, sec. treasury 1841, master of 
the mint and vice-president board of trade 1845- 
56; died 23 Dec, 1867, aged 80, having married 
13 Aug., 1810, Maria, 2nd daughter of Ewan Law, 
Esq., of Horsted Place, Sussex (see page 92); she 
died 7 Sept., i856, having had, with other issue, 
6 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] SIR JAMES, succeeded as 7th bart. 
[2] George Edward, clerk of the city of Montreal, bom 18 
March, 1815 ; died 23 Sept., 1S75, having married 27 Nov., 
1849, Marie Louise Elizabeth, daughter of Casimir Dupuis, 
of Montreal, Canada, and had 6 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) George Edward, born 4 Sept., 1850 ; married 12 

Jan., 187s, Henrietta Davignon. 



(2) Charles Francois, bom 15 Oct., 185 1; married 30 
June, 1873, Noemi Bertrand. 

(3) Henry Joseph, born 22 Aug., 1856. 

(4) Edmond Antoine, born 27 Feb., 1858. 

(5) Alexandre Marie Joseph, born 30 Aug., 1861. 

(6) Jean Pio Robert, born 9 June, 1870. 

(7) Marie Louise, married II Jan., 1875, to Charles J. 
O. E. Ferroux. 

(8) Emily Victoria Marie. (9) Marie Isabella. 

[3] John, of Rolleston Hall, Leic, Q.C. 1868, bar.-at- 
law Lincoln's Inn 1 841, born 15 April, 1S16; married 
9 Dec, 1845, Rose Alice Clothilde, 2nd daughter of 
Thomas Greene, Esq., of Whittington Hall, co. Lane, 
and has 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

George Thomas, born Dec, 1846; John Frederick, 

born May, 1848 ; Malcolm Henry, born May, 1853; 

Duncan, bom Jan., 1863; Helen Georgina; Mabel. 

[4] Henry, major-genl. in the army, late col. R.A., retired 

1872, F.R.S., born 27 Dec, 1821. 

[5] Edward, major late Madras cavalry, born 24 June, 
1824 ; married 28 April, 1S64, Emma Alice, youngest 
daughter of Thomas William Bramston, Esq., of Skreens 
Park, Essex, M.P., and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 
William Henry, born 19 Sept., 1S67 ; Herbert Edward, 
born 15 April, 1871 ; Florence Eliza; Maud Alice, 
born 12 July, 1880. 
[6] Alexander, deputy-commissary-genl. in the army 
1S80, served throughout the Crimean campaign 1854-5, 
battles of Alma, Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, 
medal with three clasps and Turkish medal, medal for 
New Zealand war 1864-6, born 22 Dec, 1828 ; married 
I Dec, 1S57, Edith Mary, daughter of Andrew Buchanan, 
Esq., M.D., and has 3 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Hugh Edward, born II June, 1859. 

(2) Arthur Stanley, born 26 Nov., 1864. 

(3) John Eric, born 3 Sept., 1883. 

(4) Agnes Isabella, married 16 Jan., 1883, to Andrew 
Williamson, Esq., of Edinburgh, and has a son, 

Andrew George (Williamson), born 15 Jan., 18S4. 

(6) Cecilia Mary. (6) Isabelb Edith. 

(7) Charlotte Elizabeth. (8) Dorothea Emma. 
[7] Isabella. 

[8] Elizabeth Harriette, married 5 May, 1859, to Hon. 
Edward Charles BuUer-Elphinstone (see B. Elphinstone, 
in Foster's Peerage), and has a son and 2 daughters. 
George Keith (Buller-Elphinstone), born II May, 
1865 ; Lilias Mary ; Margaret Elizabeth. 

SIR JAMES, 7th bart., J.P. and D.L., capt. 
com. 3rd Midlothian volunteers, bom 17 
July, 1812 ; died 17 Nov., 1870, having married 
26 June, 1851, Jane Calvert, eldest daughter of 
Major-Genl. Mercer Henderson, C.B., and had a 
son and 3 daughters. 

[1] SIB GEORGE DOUGLAS, 8th and present bart. 

[2] Susan Edith, married 5 June, 1SS3, to Alan Henry, 

elder son of late Archibald Seton-Steuart, Esq. (see 

Foster's Baronetage). 

[3] Jane Isabella Maria. 

[4] Mary Elizabeth. 



[5?] 



Clerk of Pennycuik. 



LINEAGE 

OF Clerk, of Pennycuik. 



JOHN CLERK (son of William Clerk, of Montrose, mer- 
chant burgess temp. Queen IVIary and James VI.), settled 
as a merchant in Paris 1634, where he acquired a consider- 
able fortune, purchased the lands and barony of Pennycuik 
1647 (which is said to be held by the following tenure, that 
the proprietor must sit on a rock called the Buckstane and 
wind three blasts of a horn when the sovereign shall come to 
hr.nt on the Borough Muir, near Edinburgh), baptized by the 
Bishop of Caithness at Fettercairn 22 Dec, 1611, and died 
1673 ; married Mary, daughter of Sir William Gray, of Pit- 
tendrum (grandfather of 9th and loth Lords Gray), by whom 
he had with other issue 5 sons and 5 daughters, 
[la] SIK JOU^", created a bart. 

[8a J James, of Wrightshouses, near Edinburgh, which his 
father purchased 1664 : he married Mary Ricard, a French 
lady, and had 2 daughters. 

(1) Margaret. 

(2) Mary, married to John Pringle, of Graycook, and had 

fSa] William, baptized 3 Sept., 1658, bred to physic ; died 

unmarried. 

[4al Alexander, baptized 15 Nov., 1661 ; died unmarried. 

[5a] Robert, of Edinburgh, " chirurgeon apothecary, " born 

1664, died 1720 ; married ist, Margaret, daughter of Hugh 

Brown, of the Colston family, and had 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) John, president of the Royal College of Physicians, 
Edinburgh ; married Margaret Rattray (see page iio). 

(2) Hugh, a merchant, married Magdalen, daughter of 
George Drummond, Esq.. of the Eastfield family, and had 
3 sons and 7 daughters. 

[1] Robert, of Mavisbank, Midlothian, by purchase ; 
married Margaret, daughter of John Urquhart, of Cro- 
marty. 

[2] George, of Rooksnest, Surrey, It.-col. in the army, 
barrack-master in the American war ; died unmarried. 
[3] John, died at sea. 

[4J Anne, married ist to-Major Robert Brown ; 2ndly 
to David Cheape, commander of the Wager, sloop-of- 
war, in Lord Anson's expedition round the world ; she 
died s.p. 

[5] Magdalen, died unmarried. 

[6] Margaret, married to James Cheape, Esq., of West- 
field, 2nd son of James Cheape, of Rossie, co. Fife, and 
had 4 sons. 
17] Janet, died young. 

[S] Mary, married to Alexander Maxwell, Esq., of Leith, 
merchant, brother of Sir William Maxwell, of Calder- 
wood, Bart., and had issue ; ancestor of Sir William 
Maxwell, of Calderwood, loth bart. (see Foster's Baro- 
netage). 
[9] Alicia, [10] Helen, died unmarried. 

(3) Archibald, and (4) a daughter, both died unmarried. 
ROBERT CLERK, of Edinburgh, married 2ndly, at Edin- 
burgh (16 Aug., 1696), Agnes, daughter of William Car- 
stairs, of Kilconquhar, co. Fife, and had 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

(5) Robert, and («) Primrose, both died in Jamaica s.p. 
(I) Helen, died 8 Feb., 1745, having married 19 Sept., 
1727, as ist wife, to Henry Strachey, of Sutton Court, 
Somerset, who died 23 May, 1765, leaving by her, with 
other issue, a son, Sir Henry, created a baronet 15 June, 
1801 (see Foster's Baronetage). 

(8) Mary, married to John Mackintosh, surgeon R.N. , son 

of Joseph Mackintosh, Esq., of Raigmore, and had issue. 

[6(7] Margaret, married as and wife to William Aikman, of 

Caimy, Forfarshire, sheriff depute, advocate, and had a son, 

William Aikman, portrait painter, died4june, 1731, aged 49. 



[7a] Janet, baptized 12 Oct., 1659 ; married , to 

Drummond, of Eastfield. 
[8a] Mary, married at Pennycuik 12 April, 1672, to Andrew 
Brown, of Dolphington, Esq. 

[9a] , married to CoUn Mackenzie, clerk of the privy 

council and commissioner in Edinburgh, younger brother of 
Sir George Mackenzie, of Rosehaugh. 

[lOo] Catherine, baptized 20 May, 1662; married to Sir David 
Forbes, of Newhall. 

SIR JOHN CLERK, of Pennycuik, was created a baronet 
of Nova Scotia 24 March, 1679, with remainder to the 
heirs male of his body ; M.P. Edinburghshire 1690-1702 ; 
buried i April, 1722, having married ist, at Edinburgh, 12 
Feb., 1674, Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Henderson, of 
Elvington, and had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

[I] SIE JOIIK, named in the text, page 50. 

[«1 Henry, died unmarried, buried 20 May, 1715. 

[3] William, of Middlebie, Dumfries, in right of his wife, 

Agnes Maxwell, and had an only daughter, 

Dorothea, heiress of Middlebie, married 20 Jan., 1740, 
to her cousin Sir George Clerk, 3rd bart. (see page 50). 
[4] Elizabeth, married to Alexander Forbes, of Ballogie, and 
had issue. 

[5] Barbara, married ist to John Lawson, of Caimmuir, 
Esq., and had issue ; she re-married 21 Feb., 1710, to Dr. 
William Arthur, of Elie, co. Fife, by whom a daughter. 
[6] Sophia, married to Gabriel Ranken, of Orchardhead, 
Stirlingshire, and had issue. 

SIR JOHN married 2ndly, Christian, daughter of Rev. James 
Kilpatrick, and had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 
[7] James, general inspector of the outposts of North 
Britain ; married in Edinburgh 7 May, 1727, Mary, daugh- 
ter of Thomas Brodie, of Pitgoumie, and died s.p. 
[8] Robert, of Collinton, Midlothian, advocate, a com- 
missary of Edinburgh, married Susan, daughter of William 
Douglas, of Tympandoun, Esq., and had 3 sons and 3 
daughters. 
(I) John, of Collinton, East India merchant. 
2 Thomas. 

(3) Archibald, died young. 

(4) Jean, married to her cousin, William Little, of Liber- 
ton, and had issue. 

(5) Christian. 

[9] Hugh, a merchant, married Mary Beaumont, and had 
2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) John, married and had issue. 

(2) Hugh, served in the Low Countries, died soon after 
the battle ef Minden. 

(3) Susan. 

(4) Euphemia, married to Thomas Dallas, surgeon, and 
had issue. 

(5) Mary. 

[10] Alexander, a painter, baptized 9 Aug. , 1731 , the second 
child of that name ; died 20 April, 1775. 

[II] Mary, married at Pennycuik 28 March, 1722, t 
Alexander Moncrieff, of Culfargie, Perthshire, — "' 
Abernethy, and had issue. 
[12] Christian, married to David Seto 
family, and had issue. 
[13] Margaret, married I 
Esq. , and had issue. 
[14] Catherine, died unmarried. 



Rev. 



of the Cariston 



I Alexander Belsches, of Innerraay, 



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♦• THG DGSCGDT OB •♦ 

William Bell Christian, 

OF EWANRIGG HALL, CUMBERLAND, and of MILNTOWN, ISLE OF MAN, 

FROM THE 



•BlooB iaopal 




of €nfflanli» 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Joan of Acre, b. there i272,=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 

Margaret de Clare, ra. lst=i=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
toSirPiersGaveston,Earlof band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



^Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 
Aug. 1372. 



Margaret de Audley, d. "]■ 
Sept. 1349. 



_h, 2nd Earl of Stafiford,=f=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K,G. Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
18 Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=f Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=i=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
1466. 



Joan Stapilton=T=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



Sir John Huddleston, d,=rJoan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
3 Hen. VIII. Ahugh. 



continued from belo^v. 
Sir John Huddleston=j=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and ( 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=j=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 
Farington, CO. Lane, etc. of Cuthbert Hutton, of 
Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddleston, of=T=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 

Westmorland. 



Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland. 



Andrew Huddleston, 
Hutton John. 



Mary 
wife). 



Huddleston (2nd=j=John Senhouse, of Nether- 
hall, Cumberland. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. 14 
May 1 71 7, bd. ^^ Sept. 
1749- 



=Eleanor, dau. of William 
Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 
CO. Lane. 

John Christian, of Miln- 
town. Isle of Man, d. 20 
Sept. 1745. 



John Christian, of Miln- 
town and Unerigg, b. 5 Oct. 
1719, d. 23 Nov. 1767. 



;. Curwen, of Workingt 
I m, 



Margaret (lstjyife),=j=John Christian Curwen, of=pIsabella (2nd wife), dau 
Unerigg and 



dau. of John Taub 
man, ofCastletown 
Isle of Man. m. 1 77 5 
d. 1778. 



Work 
Carlisle and 
■756. 



Julia, m. to Edv 
ole heir of Ueniy Stanley. 
Curwen. of Workington Jane,m. toWilHi 
HaU,Cumber!and,M.P., Blamire. 



/f,m. 1782, d. 1820. 



Jane, eldest dau. of Eldred 
rwen, of Wo 
28 Sept. 1745. 



Frances, m. to Rev. 

E. Christian. 
Dorothy, m. to 

Major Taubman. 



John Christian, of Unerigg (or Ewanrigg) Hall, Cumberland, and=f=Susannah, dau. of 
Milntown, Isle of Man, and of Lincoln's Inn. bar.-at-law 1803, a I Bath, m. 23 April, 
judge in the Isle of Man, b. 1776, d. 27 Feb. 1852. | 



Lewis Robert Allan, Esq., of 
1807, d. March, 1853. 



John Allen, d. 
unm. 1828. 

Henry Taub- 
man, of Ew- 
a-nrigg,d.unm. 
1859- 



Robert, 
d.iSi3. 
Charles, 



Charlotte (ist=William Bell Christian, of=Emma(2nd: 
wife), dau. of I Ewanrigg Hall, Cumberland, I wife),dau.of 
Thos. Brine, | and Milntown, Isle of Man, Rev.J.T.H. 
Esq., oflsleof I J. P.,memberofthecouncil.and | du Boulay, 
Man, m. 1840, | Her Majesty's receiver-genl. in 



d. 1862. 



the island, b. 17 Aug. 1815. 



Ewan John, a Malcolm Wil- 

commissioner Ham, b. 5 Feb. 

of police. So. 1850. 
Africa,b.i845. 



Annie Louisa, m. 
1867, as 2nd wife, 
to Rev. F. H. du 
Boulay, M.A.=t= 



Isabella, 
d.young. 



ISei^ 



1S64. 



-Maria (3rd wife), dau. 


Otl^er 


ofCol.Johnson.ofAr- 


issue 


genteuil, Canada, m. 


(seep. 


1867, d. s.p. 1871. 


60). 


-SophieMarie(4thwife) 




Idau.ofHerrvonSchlae 


. 


Edward Alan, b. 


MLrl. 


S Dec. 1S79. 


Rita. 



Hillary. 



Dorothy. 

[54] 




CHRISTIAN, WILLIAM BELL, of Ewanrigg 
Hall, Cumberland, and of Milntown, Isle of 
Man, J. P., member of the council, and Her 
Majesty's receiver-general in the Isle of Man, 
formerly member of the House of Keys, admitted 
to the Middle Temple 15 Nov., 1834, B.A. Trin. 
Coll., Camb., 1840, vicar of Kirk Christ Lezayre, 
Isle of Man, 1845-61; 19TH IN DESCENT FROM 
Edward I. ; bom 17 Aug., 1815 ; married ist, 16 
July, 1840, Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
Thomas Brine, Esq., of the Isle of Man ; she died 
27 Oct., 1862, having had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] Ewan John, a commissioner of police, South Africa, 
formerly in the army, born 10 May, 1845. 
[2] Malcolm William, bom 5 Feb., 1850. 
[3] Annie Louisa, married 3 Sept., 1867, as 2nd wife, to 
Rev. Francis Houssemayne du Boulay, M.A., rector of 
Heddington, Wilts, since 1853, and has 2 daughters. 

Hillary Du BouLAY, bom 14 Sept., 1868. 

Dorothy, bom 19 Oct., 1S73. 
[4] Isabella Susan, died 11 luly, 1863. 
[6] Julia Elizabeth. [6] Bertha Mabel. 

W. B. CHRISTIAN married 2ndly, 5 Jan., 1864, 
Emma Mary Houssemayne, daughter of late Rev. 
James Thomas Houssemayne du Boulay, rector 
of Heddington, Wilts, aforesaid ; she died 19 
Dec, 1864, leaving an only daughter. 
[7] Emmie Ida Houssemayne. 

W. B. CHRISTIAN married 3rdly, 18 June, 1867, 

Maria Bowes, elder daughter of Col. Charles 

Christopher Johnson, of Argenteuil, Canada (see 

Foster's Ba?-onetage) ; she died s.p. 20 March, 

1871 ; he married 4thly, i Sept., 1874, Sophie 

Marie, daughter of Herr Cari von Schlaet, of 

Schwerin, North Germany, and has a son and 2 

daughters. 

[8] Edward Alan, born 5 Dec, 1879. 

[9] Mary Ulrike. 

[10] Rita Gwendoline. 

Motto—" Salus per Christum." 

Seats— Ewanrigg Hall, Maryport, Cumberland; and Milntown, 

Isle of Man. 

The following are among the eariiest notices of this family :— 

WILLIAM McCHRISTEN, of the Isle of Man, was a member 
of the House of Keys at the Tynwald Court held in that 
island Tuesday next after the feast of St. Bartholomew, 1422, as per 



JOHN McCHRISTEN, 
J Altdi 

u 



McCHRISTEN, of Alldale,'possibly 

deemster of that island and 

ore " 1500, 1502, 1505, and 1509, 



of William, was seated at 
Isle of Man. 

of John, was 
cum Johanne 
per record. 




The Descent of 
THE Rev. William Bell Christian, 

OF Ewanrigg and Milntown, 
FROM the Blood Royal of England. 






DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; bom at Westminster, 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

JOAN OF ACRE, bom there 1272; died 10 
May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (sumamed " The 
Red"), Earl of Gloucester and Hertford ; he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295 ; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 
issue. Joan of Acre had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

MARGARET DE CLARE, 2nd sister and 
co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, Eari of 
Gloucester and Hertford (who fell at Bannock- 
bum, 24 June, 1314, s.p.); she married ist to 
Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl of Comwall, to whom 
Edward II. granted the county of Cornwall by 
charter, dated at Dumfries, 6 Aug., 1307, sura- 



[55] 



The Descendants of the Kings of En. 



moned to parliament 19 Jan. following; beheaded 
without form of trial, 13 14, leaving an only- 
daughter, who was betrothed to John Moulton. 

Margaret, Countess of Cornwall, married 
2ndly to Hugh de Audley ; he had summons to 
parUament in the lifetime of his father, 1317-21, 
and 1326-36, and was created Earl of Gloucester 
by patent, 16 March, 1337 ; he died without male 
issue in 1347, and the dignity which was to him 
and his heirs appears to have been considered 
extinct ; he left an only child, 

MARGARET DE AUDLEY, died 7 Sept., 
1349, having married to Ralph de Stafford, 
K.G. (son and heir of Edmund de Stafford, a lord 
of parliament), summoned to parliament 14 Jan. 
10 Edward III., 1337, to 25 Nov. 24 Edward III., 
1350, created Earl of the County of Stafford, 5 
March, 1351, to hold to him and his heirs ; served 
in the wars in Scotland and in Britany, taken 
prisoner at the siege of Nantes, seneschal of 
Aquitaine, 20 Edward III., had a principal com- 
mand at the battle of Cressy, one of the founders 
of the Order of the Garter, lieutenant and captain- 
general of the duchy of Aquitaine; he died 31 
Aug., 1372, having had, with other issue (see also 
Bosanquet, page 23), a son, 

HUGH, 2nd Earl of Stafford, K.G., also served 
in the wars ; died on his return from a 
pilgrimage to the holy sepulchre at Rhodes, 
October, 1386 ; he married Philippa, daughter of 
Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and had, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

KATHERINE DE STAFFORD, married to 
Sir Michael de la Pole (son of the attainted 
Earl of Suffolk), restored to his father's dignities 
1397, but the proceedings of the parliament, 11 
Richard II., 1388, having been by the parliament 
of I Henry IV., 1399, affirmed, and the proceedings 
of 21 Richard II., 1397 (which restored him), 
annulled, he again fell under his father' s attainder ; 
the king therefore restored to him a portion of his 
father's lands, and gave to him, and the issue 
male of his body, the title of Earl of Suffolk, by 
patent, 15 Nov., 1399; he died in camp before 
Harileur, 18 Sept., 1415, and had, with other issue, 



Sir Thomas de la Pole, who married Ann, 
daughter of Nicholas Cheney, and had an only 
daughter and heir, 

KATHERINE DE LA POLE, married ist to 
Sir Miles Stapilton, of Bedale, co. York, 
Ingham, Norfolk, and Codeford Manor, Wilts, 
was a commissioner to look after the beacons of 
Norfolk, 1428, knight of the shire, 28 Henry VI. ; 
died 30 Sept., 1466, will proved 21 Dec, 1466, 
inquisition post-mortem 6 Edward IV. ; Lady 



Stapilton re-married as 2nd wife to Sir Richard 
Harcourt, of EUenhall, co. Stafford; by her 1st 
husband she had 2 daughters, of whom the 
younger, 

JOAN STAPILTON, married ist to Sir Chris- 
topher Harcourt, sonof Sir Richard Harcourt, 
of EUenhall, aforesaid ; she re-married to Sir John 
Huddleston, of Milium, Cumberland, appointed 
sheriff of that county for life by the Duke of 
Gloucester, 35 Henry VI., knight of the shire, 7 
Edward IV., 1467-8, made a knight-banneret in 
Scotland, 24 July, 1482, by the Duke of Gloucester, 
keeper and bailiff of the king's woods and chases 
in Barnoldswick, Yorks, steward of Penrith, and 
warden of the west marches, and had at least 3 
sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard (Huddleston), died in his father's lifetime; 
he married Margaret (Nevill), daughter of the Earl 
of Warwick; she died 14 Henry VII., leaving a sou, 
Richard, who died s.p., and 2 daughters. 
[2] Sir John, married Joane, daughter of Lord Fitzhugh, 
and died 3 Henry VIII., 1511-12, leaving a son, 

SIE JOHN, of whom presently. 
[3] William, living 17 Henry VII. ; married Isabel, 
daughter and heir of John Nevill, Marquis of Montagu, 
and had issue. 

[4] Anne, married as 1st wife to Sir Thomas Curwen, of 
Workington (see page 128). 

[5] Mary, died 20 May, 1525 ; married 23 Edward IV., 
1483, to Sir John Pennington, of Muncaster, who died 28 
June, 1 5 16, leaving an only daughter, Isabel, married to 
Thomas Dykes, of Warthall (see Penningtoniana, by J. 
Foster). 

SIR JOHN HUDDLESTON, of Milium, aged 
24 at his father's death in 1512, knight of 
the bath at the coronation of Anne Boleyne, Whit- 
Sunday, 1533 ; married ist, Jane, daughter of 
Henry Clifford, Eari of Cumberland; she died 
s.p. ; he married 2ndly, Joan, sister of Sir John 
Seymour, Knt., aunt of Jane Seymour, queen of 
Henry VIII., and had a son, Anthony, lord of 
Milium, and a daughter, Elinor ; he married 
3rdly, Joyce, daughter and heir of John Prickley, 
of Prickley, co. Worcester, and had, with 2 
daughters, a son, 

ANDREW HUDDLESTON, of Farington, 
Lancashire, Preston Richard, Westmore- 
land, and of Abington, Oxon, an officer of the 
body-guard to Henry VIII., Edward VI., Queen 
Mary, and Queen Elizabeth; he married 1564, 
Mary, 3rd daughter and co-heir of Cuthbert 
Hutton, of Hutton John, Cumberland, and had a 



JOSEPH HUDDLESTON, of Farington, afore- 
said, and of Hutton John, Cumberiand ; mar- 
ried Elinor, 2nd daughter of Cuthbert Sisson, of 
Kirkbarow, Westmoreland, and had, with numer- 
ous issue, a son. 



[56] 



^- <♦-• Tne Dgscght ob •♦ 

JULIA, 
WIFE OF REV. DUGALD STEWART WILLIAMSON, 



OF TON GLAND, N.B., 



FROM THE 



'BIooo Eogal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=T=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1 272,=pGilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295. 



=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist= 
to Sir Piers Gaveston,Earl of 
Cornwall. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7= 
Sept. 1349. 



=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 
Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford ,=r=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

I wick. 

Katherine de Stafford=f=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
i8 Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=f Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

I ' 

Katherine de la Pole=T=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
^1 1466. 

Joan Stapilton=f=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



Sir John Huddleston, d.=fJoan, dau. of Lord 
3 Hen. VIII. Ahugh. 



continued above. 



A,- 

contintttdfrom helaw. 
Sir John Huddleston=r=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of=j=Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
Milium. heir of John Prickley, of 

Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=f=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 

Farington, co. Lane, etc. I of Cuthbert Mutton, of 

Hutton John, Cumberland. 

Joseph Huddleston, of=f=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 

Westmorland. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=j=Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Hutton John. Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 

morland. 



Mary Huddleston (2nd=fJohn Senhouse, of Nether- 
wife), j hall, Cumberland. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. i4=j=John Christian, of Miln^ 



May, 1717, bd. 27 Sept. 
749- 



Isle of Man, d. 
Sept. 1745. 



John Christian, of Miln-=f=Jane, eldest dau. of Eldred 
town, b. 5 Oct. 1719, d. 23 I Curwen, of Workington, m. 
Nov. 1767. I 1745, d- 1762. 



Julia, m. II Nov. 1769, d.=i=Edward Stanley, of Work- 
26 Jan. 1793. I ington, d.6 May, i8lo. 



John Stanley, Henry Stanley,: 
died young. E.N. 



Elizabeth, 

John El- 
ford, Esq. 



Edward, rec- 
tor of Work- 
ington, died 
unmarried. 


Richard, in 
the army, 

wnuTm, 

R.N.,d.unm. 


Jane, m. 1804 
to Hen. Cur- 


Isabella, 
died un- 
married. 


Claran 


tl 



Julia Cur«'en^Rev. Dugald Stewart 
Stanley. I Williamson, of Tong- 

land, N.B. 



Patrick. Edward Stanley Julia, now Mrs. 
=: Browne, col. in Birdwood.= 
A the army, retd. A 



Elizabeth, now Clara, mar- 
Mrs. Lampton. ried. 



Henry Stanley Williamson, 
lieut. 7th dragoon guards, 
etc., died unmarried. 

John Stewart, died unm. 



Julia Christian, 
m. to William 
Hannay.^ 



Isabella Perrin, 
died young. 



Alexander. 

George. 

Cathcart Christian. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



ANDREW HUDDLESTON, of Hutton John, 
aged 13 in 1617 ; married 1632, Dorothy, 
daughter o^ Daniel Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland, and had, with other issue, a daughter, 

Mary Huddleston, married as 2nd wife to 
John Senhouse, of Netherhall, Cumberland, who 
died 1667, leaving, with other issue, a son, 

HUMPHREY SENHOUSE, of Netherhall, 
Cumberland, aforesaid, high sheriff 1714 ; 
married Eleanor, daughter of William Kirby, Esq., 
of Elslack, CO. Lancashire, and had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

BRIDGEt'sENHOUSE, burfed at Dearham, 
27 Sept., 1749, having married 14 May, 
1717, to John Christian, of Milntown, Isle of Man, 
and Unerigg, Cumberland (see page 62), admitted 
to Gray's Inn 14 June, 1706; barrister 22 June, 
1713; bom 14, baptized at Dearham 24 May, 1688; 
died 20, and buried there 25 Sept., 1745, having 
had 7 sons and 4 daughters. 

[I] Ewan, of Milntown and Uneri^, admitted to Gray's 
Inn 26 May, 1736 ; barrister 29 June, 1742 ; bom 28 
July, and baptized at Dearham 3 Aug., 1718; died un- 
married, buried at Dearham 16 Aug., 1752. 

r2] JOHN, of whom presently. 

[3] Humphrey, rector of Docking, Norfolk ; married and 
had issue (see vol. iii. ), 

[4] Joseph, born 17, baptized at Dearham 26 May, 1 723 ; 
died 12, buried at Dearham 14 March, 1734. 
[6] Edward, capt. R.N., born 15 July, baptized at Dear- 
ham S Aug., 1725; died unmarried, 1 761; buried at 
Cambridge M.I. 

[6] Charles, of Moreland Close, Brigham, Cumberland, 
attomey-at-law ; born 12, baptized at Dearham 23 Dec, 
1729 ; died March, 1768, buried at Brigham ; he 
married Anne, daughter and co-heir of Jacob Dixon, of 
Moreland Close, Cumberland, and had, with other issue, 
2 sons, 

(1) John (eldest son), admitted to Lincoln's Inn 29 
June, 1 77 1. 

(2) Edward, of Moreland Close, admitted to Gray's 
Inn 5 July, 17S2, called to the bar 25 Jan., 17S6, 
bencher 7 June, 1809, treasurer iSioand 181 1. 

[7] George, born 3, and baptized at Dearham 23 Jan., 
1730 ; died 4, and buried at Dearham 6 Nov., 1731. 
[8] Mary,born 19, baptized at Dearham 27 March, 1721-2; 
died I March, 1762, having married at Dearham, 27 June, 
1740, to Right Rev. Edmund Law, D.D., bishop of 
Carlisle 1768 until his death, 14 Aug., 1787, aged 74 ; 
father with other issue of Lord EUenborough (see p. 92). 
[9] Eleanor, born 13, and baptized at Dearham 22 Sept., 
1726; died 29, buried at Dearham 31 March, 1728, 
[10] iJridget, born 30 Oct., baptized at Dearham 5 Nov., 
1732; died s.p. having married to Thomas Hirst, rector 
of Boxworth, co. Camb., he living 1787. 

[II] Dorothy, bom i Dec., 1737. baptized at Dearham 
19 Jan. following ; died at Cambridge unmarried 1761. 

JOHN CHRISTIAN, of Milntown and Unerigg, 
Cumberland, high sheriff 1766 ; bom 5, bap- 
tized 14 Oct., 1719 ; died at Petty France 23 Nov., 
1767; buried at Dearham 6 Dec. following; he 
married at Harrington, 28 Sept., 1745, Jane, eldest 
daughter of Eldrcd Curwen, of Workington (see 
page 129); she buried at Dearham, 27 April, 
1762, having had 4 sons and 6 daughters {a). 



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[la] John, baptized at Dearham 31 Oct., 1753 ; buried 
there 2 Oct., 1754- 

[2ffl] Henry, baptized at Dearham 9 May, 1755 ; buried 
there 16 Nov., 1760. 
[8a] JOHN, of whom presently. 

[4a] Henry Curwen, baptized at Dearham 21 April, 
1761; died 1773. 

[Sal Bridget, died unmarried 11 June, 1793. 
[6a] Julia, died 26 Jan., 1793. having married at Dear- 
ham, II Nov., 1769, to Edward Stanley, of Workington 
(1st cousin of George Edward Stanley, Esq., of Pon- 
sonby) ; he died 6 May, 1810, having had, with 5 sons, 
3 daughters, of whom, 

(1) Henry (Stanley), R.N., married Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of John Elford, Esq., and had an only daughter. 

(2) Edward (Stanley), rector of Workington. 

(8) Jane, bom 12 Dec, 1778 ; married 11 Oct., 1804, to 
Henry Curwen, of Workington, who died 20 Oct.. 
i860 (see p. 130). 

(4) Caroline, mai-ried to Major Brown, and had issue. 
[7a] Jane, married 23 July, 1784, to William Blamire, of 
The Oaks, formerly The HoUin, Dalston, surgeon, and 
had a son and 3 daughters (c), 

(lc-7a) William Blamire, of Thackwood and The 
Oaks, Cumberland, J. P., high sheriff 1828, M.P. Cum- 
berland, 1831-2, East Cumberland 1832-5, 1835-6, 
chief tithe commissioner 1836; born 13 April, 1790, 
died s.p. 12 Jan., 1862, having married 3 April, 1834, 
his cousin Dorothy, relict of Col. Mark VVilks, of 
Kirby, Isle of Man, governor of St. Helena, youngest 
daughter of John Taubman, of the Nunnery, Isle of 
Man ; she died 9 Jan., 1857. 

(2(r- 7a) Mary Simpson (Blamire), died 25 March, 1859, 
having married 15 Aug., 1814, to Rev. Thomas Young, 
rector of Gilling, Yorks ; he died 11 Nov., 1835, having 
had 6 sons and 2 daughters {d). 

[Id-zc] Thomas (Young), bom 28 June, 1815 ; died 
21 Dec, 1824. 

[Zd-sc] William Blamire (Young), born 8 March, 
1817; died 19 Jan., 1855; married 3 Sept., 1851, 
Jane Litton, who died 17 March, 1S55, having had 
2 daughters. 

Kate Blamire, died 2 March, 1870; Mai^aiet 
Litton, died 5 July, 1856. 
I3d-2C^ John (Young), surgeon E.I.C.S., bom 5 
Dec, 1818; died unmarried 30 Nov., 1851. 
[4a'-5f] Ewan Christian (Young), bom 10 Sept., 
1820 ; died unmarried 27 Aug., 1845. 
[6d-2c'\ Robert (Young), born 31 March, 1822; 
died 22 Sept., 1S68; married Kate Cooms, and had 
a daughter, Mary Simpson, who died 27 Aug., 1868. 
[Gd-2c] Thomas (Young), of Thackwood, Cumber- 
land, It.-col. 2nd volunteer battalion East York regt., 
born 20 April, 1825 ; married 11 Jan.. i860, Mary, 
daughter of Henry Bowser, Esq., of Faxfleet Grange, 
and has had 9 sons and 3 daughters. 

Thomas (Young), born 16 Oct., i860; Wilham 

Blamire, born 9 Aug., 1862; Henry Bowser, bom 

6 Sept., 1S63; Ewan Christian. born 4 Oct., 1864, 

died 29 Jan., 1874; Robert Richmond, born 4 

Dec, 1S66 ; D'Arcy Curwen, born 26 Feb., 1868 ; 

Francis Eldred, born 30 Jan., 1872 ; George Basil, 

born 14 April, 1875 ; Ewan Christian, born 27 

May, 1881 ; Mabel Mary, bom 31 Dec, 1869; 

Dora Blamire, born 1 7 Sept., 1873; Kate Christian, 

bora 10 April, 1877. 

[Id-sc] Jane Christian (Young), born 3 March, 

1827; married 23 July, 1S78, as 2nd wife, to William 

Blamire Curwen, Esq., formerly of the Oaks (see 

page 130). 

ISd-jc] Mary Isabella, born 12 Dec, 1S28; died 

unmarried 9 Dec, 1853. 

(3f-7a) Jane Christian, died unmarried 20 Sept., 1857. 

(4f-7a) Sarah Susannah, died 6 June, 1866, havmg 

married 6 March, 1830, to Rev. William Young, 



THe DGscenT ob ••♦- 



Lt.-Col. Thomas Young, 

OF THACKWOOD, CUMBERLAND, 



051000 iaogal 




Edward I., crowned i9=f Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there l272,=pGilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=T=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=i=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. £arl of Stafford, d. 31 

Aug. 1372. 

Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafibrd,=i=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

I wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=f Sir Michael de la Pole, 1 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, 
18 Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la PoIe=f=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=f=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
1466. 



ile=f=Si 
J .4 



Joan Stapilton=f=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 

Sir John Huddleston, d.=f:Joan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
3 Hen. VIII. Ahugh. 



continued ahffve. 



Of OBnglanti. 



continued from below. 
Sir John Huddleston=i=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of=i=Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
Milium. I heir of John Prickley, of 

Worcester. 



if=i=Joyce (31 
heir of 1 
Prickley,' 



Andrew Huddleston, of=rMary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 

Farington, co. Lane, etc. i of Cuthbert Hutton, of 

I Hutton John, Cumberland. 



ofT=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
I bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 
I Westmorland. 



Joseph Huddleston, 
Farington. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=j=Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Hutton John. Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 



Maiy 
wife). 



Huddleston (2nd=|=John Senhouse, of Nether- 
hall, Cumberland. 



Humphrey Senhouse, of= 
Netherhall. 



=Eleanor, dau. of William 
Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 
CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. I4=fJohn Christian, of Miln- 
May, 1717, bd. 27 Sept. town. Isle of Man, d. 20 
1749- Sept. 1745. 



John Christian, of Miln-=T=Jane, eldest dau. of Eldred 
town and Unerigg, b. 5 Oct. I Curwen, of Workington, 
1719, d. 23 Nov. 1767. m. 28 Sept. 1745. 



John Christian-Curwen, Julia Chris-=pEdward Stanley, 



berland.=f= 
A 



A 



Jane Christian,=T=WiUiam Frances, 
m. -.._.. _ _ . 

1784, 



Carlisle and Cum- tian, d. 26 I of Workington, d. m. 23 July, I Blamire, Rev. Edward to Major John 
Jan. 1793. I 6 May, ^ " 



of 
Oaks. 



Christian.:^ 
A 



Taubman.=r 

A 



William Blamire, of Thackwood, Mary Simpson- 
Cumberland, M.P. 1831-2, East Blamire, m. 15 
Cumberland 1832-5, 1835-6, m. and Aug. 1814, d. 
d. s.p. 12 Jan. 1862. 25 Mar. 1859. 



:Rev. Thomas Young, Sarah Susannah=T=Rev. William Young, 

rector of Gilling, Blamire, m. 6 I rector of Aller,Somer- 

Yorks, d. II Nov. March, 1830, d. | set, d. 30 Nov. 1857. 

1835. 6 June, 1866. A 



WilliamBlamire John,E.I.C.S., Ewan Christian, Thomas Young, of= 

Young, d. 19 d. unm. 1851. d. unm. 1845. Thackwood, It. -col. 

Jan. 1855. =p Others, d. s.p. Robert, d. 22 2nd vol. batt. E.York 

A Sept. 1 868, lea V- regt.,b. 2oApl. 1825. 

ing issue. 



:Mary, dau. of Henry Jane Christian 

Bowser, Esq.. of Fax- Young, m. 1878,33 

fleet Grange, m. II 2nd wife, to Wm. 

Jan. i860. B. Curwen, Esq. 



Thomas, b. i860. Henry B., b. 1863. 

1 WilUam B., b. 1862. Ewan, d. 1876. 

Robert R., b. 1S66. 



D'Arcy C, b. 1868. 
Francis E., b. 1872. 

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George Basil, b. 1875. Mabel Mary. 

Ewan C, b. 1S81. Dora Blamire. 

Kate Christian. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



rector of AUer, Somerset ; he died 30 Nov., 1857, 
having had a son and 2 daughters (/). 

[lf-4c] William Henry (Young"), iom 29 Aug., 

1837; died 13 Aug., 1872 ; married 22 April, 1862, 

Ellen Martha, daughter of Rev. Bennet Michell, 

rector of Winsford, and had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

William Dearden Blamire (Young), died 2 Jan., 

1875, aged II ; Heniy Christian, born 20 Aug., 

1865 ; Sloane Wilson and Edward Stanley, twins, 

died young 1866 ; Bertram Michell, bom 13 April, 

1872 ; Winifred, born 6 Feb., 1863 ; Nessie, born 

5 July. 186S; Katie Lilian, bom 10 Sept., 1869. 

W-41:'] Sarah Susannah, born 20 June, 1831 ; died 

6 Nov., 1847. 

{Sf-4c'\ Jane Christian, bom 31 Aug., 1832 ; died 
26 Nov., i860. 
[8a] Frances, died at Unerigg, buried at Dearham 29 
Oct., 1787, having married 4 March, 1773, to Rev. 
Edward Christian, of Brancaster, Norfolk (see vol. iii.). 
[9a] Dorothy, born 23 Oct., baptized at Dearham 20 
Nov., 1757 ; married there, 20 Dec, 1774, to Major John 
Taubman, of Nunnery, Isle of Man, who died i Dec, 
1822, having had a son and 3 daughters (see vol. iii.). 
[10a] Mary, born I May, bapt. at Dearham 19 June, 1789. 

JOHN CHRISTIAN-CURWEN, of Unerigg 
J and Workington Hall; high sheriif 1784; 
M.P. Carlisle in 8 parliaments, 1786-1812, 
1816-20, and for Cumberland 1820-6, 1826-8 ; 
assumed the surname and arms of Curwen by 
King's sign-manual i March, 1790; baptized 13 
July, 1756; died 11 Dec, 1828, haying married 
ist, at Kirk Maughold, Isle of Man, 10 Sept., 
1775, Margaret, daughter of John Taubman, of 
Castletown, Isle of Man (see vol. iii.); she died 
at Peeltown, i Feb., 1778, leaving an only son 
[1] JOHN CHEISTIAN, of whom presently. 

MR. CHRISTIAN (-CURWEN) married 2ndly 
at Edinburgh, 5 Oct., 1782, Isabella, daughter and 
sole heir of Henry Cunven, of Workington, Cum- 
berland, M.P. ; she bom 20 Oct., 1765 ; died 21 
April, 1820, having had issue (see pages 129 and 
130)- 

JOHN CHRISTIAN, of Unerigg or Ewanrigg 
Hall, Cumberland, and Milntown, Isle of 
Man, J. P. and judge of the island ; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 23 Jan., 1798; barrister 1803; B.A. 
St. John's Coll., Camb. ; bom 12 July, 1776; 
died 27 Feb., 1852; married 23 April, 1807, 



Susannah, daughter of Lewis Robert Allen, Esq., 
of Bath; she died March, 1853, having had 5 
sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] John Allen, born 28 Feb., 1809 ; died unmarried 3 
June, 1828. 

[2] Henry Taubman, of Ewanrigg, bom 29 Jan,, iSloj 
died unmarried, 1859. 

[3] Robert, bom 30 Aug., 1812; died in 1813. 
[4] WILLIAM BELL, first named (see page 55). 
[5] Charles Craik, bora 20 March, 1821 ; died 1838. 
[6] Susan Curwen, married 29 Sept., 1829, to Sir Augus- 
tus William Hillary, Bart., admitted to the Middle 
Temple 15 Nov., 1834; he died 30 Dec, 1854, when the 
baronetcy expired. 

[7] Marg.Tret, married 12 Aug., 1834, to Thomas Under- 
wood, M.D., of Castletown, Isle of Man; he died 10 
Nov., 1 86 1, lea\dng 2 sons. 

(1) John Christian Curwen Underwood, rector of 
Howell, CO. Lincoln, since 1877 ; born 7 June, 1835 ; 
married 15 Aug., 1867, Isabella Lea, daughter of 
Sedgeley Hayley, M.A. Oxon, and has a daughter, 

Margaret Christian, born I July, 1868. 

(2) Thomas William, bom 21 Aug., 1837 ; married in 
America. 

[8] Isabella Ann, married 3 Sept., 1855, to Rev. Herbert 
Taylor Howes, M.A., 4th sou of late George Piggott 
Howes, Esq., and has an only son, 

Herbert Christian (Howes), civil engineer, educated 
at Eton, bom 4 July, 1856 ; married 27 Nov., 1878, 
Ada, daughter of William Speechley, Esq., of Peter- 
borough, and has a son and daughter, 

Cecil Herbert (Howes), bom 18 Dec, 1880; Isabel 
Mary, bora 8 Sept., 1S79. 
[9] Louisa Dorothy, died 15 Feb., 1877, having married 
21 April, 1842, to Rev. Sir John William Henry Moly- 
neux, 8th baronet, hon. canon Ely Cathedral, vicar of 
Sudbury, Suffolk ; he died 15 February, 1877, having had 
5 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Sir John Charles MoLYNEUX, 9th baronet, LL.B. 
Christ Coll., Camb., 1866, curate-in-charge of Barches- 
ton, Warwick, 1880 ; of Horsmonden, Kent, 1876-80; 
born 27 June, 1843 ; married 15 April, 1873, Fanny, 
daughter of Edward Jackson, Esq., of Walsoken 
House, near Wisbeach, and has 3 sons and a daughter, 

[1] Edward Charles, bom 11 Aug., 1876. 
[3] William Arthur, bom 26 July, 1877. 
[3] John Howard, born 22 Oct., 1878. 
[4] Mary Gertrude Fanny. 

(2) George Christian, bom 1 July, 1846 ; died 24 Dec, 
1873- 

(3) Howard William, bora 8 March, 1851 ; married 
30 July, 1879, Katharine Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
J. Glover, Esq., of Sudbury. 

(4) Henry Stuart, bom 14 Feb., 1852; died 29 Dec, 1869. 

(5) Capel Forbes, bom 25 April, 1855 ; died5june, 1875, 

(6) Isabella Louisa, died 12 July, 1859. 



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<^« THG DeSCGDT^ OB •^ 

REV. SIR JOHN CHARLES MOLYNEUX, BART. 

LL.B.. 



QBIooD Jaogal 




of (ZBnglanU. 



Edward I., crowned i9=|=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov* 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there i272,=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I '295. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=f=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston.Earl of I band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



^Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 
Aug. 1372. 



Margaret de Audley, 
Sept. 1349. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=j=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

I wick. 

Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
I 18 Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Po!e=j=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=rSir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept 
1466. 



.le=j=S 



Joan Stapilton=j=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



Sir John Huddleston, 
3 Hen. VIII. 



.=j=Joan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
/Khugh. 



coniiitued ahmie. 



coniimud/rom helcw. 
Sir John Huddleston=j=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of=Fjoyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
Milium. heir of John Prickley, of 

Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=pMary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 
Farington, co. Lane, etc. of Cuthbert Hutton, of 
Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddleston, of=f=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. I bert Sisson, of Kirkbairow 

Westmorland. 



Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland. 



Andrew Huddleston, of- 
Hutton John. 



Humphrey Senhouse, of=fEleanor, dau. of William 
Netherhall. Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 

CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. l4=j=John Christian, of Miln- 
May 1717, bd. 27 Sept. town, Isle of Man, d. 20 
1749- Sept. 1745. 



John Christian, of Miln-yjane, eldest dau. of Eldred 
town and Unerigg, b. 5 Oct. Curwen, of Workington, 
1719, d. 23 Nov. 1767. I m. 28 Sept. 1745. 



Margaret (1st wife),=f John Christian Curwen, of=j=Isabella (2nd wife), dau. Julia, m. to Edwd. Frances, m. to Rev. 



Unerigg and Workington I and sole heir of Henry Stanley. E. Christian. 

Hall. M.P. Carlisle and Curwen, of Workington Jane.m.toWiUiam Dorothy, m. to 

Cumberland, b. 1756, d. | Hall,Cumberland,M.P., Blamire. Major Taubman. 
1828. /Km. 1782, d. 1820. 

tian, of Unerigg (or Ewanrigg) Hall, Cumberland, and=f Susannah, dau. of Lewis Robert Allan, Esq., of 

Isle of Man, and of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law 1S03, a I Bath, m. 23 April, 1807, d. March, 1853. 
ihe Isle of Man, b. 1776, d. 27 Feb. 1852. | 



dau. of John Taub- 
man, ofCastletown, 
IsleorMan,m.i775, 
d. 1778. 



John Chri 
Milntown, 
judge i 



Sons (see Susan, m. 1829 Margaret, m. 1S54 Isabella 

chart 54). to Sir A. W. Hil- to Thos. Underwood, to Rev. 

lary, Bart., who d. M.D., who d. loNov. Taylor 

s. p. 30 Dec. 1854. i86i.=f= M.A.=i= 



m. 1855 Louisa Dorothy, =pRev. Sir John Wm. Hen. 
Herbert m. 2iApl. 1842, Molyneux, 8th bart., hon. 
Howes, d. 15 Feb. 1S77. canon Ely Cathedral, d. 
I IS Feb. 1877. 



JohnChristian; 
Curwen Un- 
derwood, rec- 
tor of Howell, 
CO. Line. , b. 7 
June , -SSS- 



ilsabella, Herbert Chris-= 

dau. of S. tian Howes, 

Hayley, C.E., b. 4 July, 

M.A. 1856.; 



Cecil Herbert Howes, b. 
18 Dec. t88o. 



lAda, dau. of SirJohnChas.Moly- 
W. Speech- neux, 9th bart., 
ley, Esq., of LL.B., incumbent 
Peterborough, of Barcheston, co. 
m. 27 Nov. Warwick, b. 27 
1S78. June, 1843. 



^Fanny, dau. of Howard William 

Edwardjackson, Molyneux, b. 1831, 

Esq., of Walso- m.1879 Katharine, 

ken House, near dau. of J. Glover, 

Wisbech, m. 15 Esq., of Sudbury. 
April, 1873. 



Howard, b. u Oct. 1878, 



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John 1 
Mary 



Getuud*. 



Christian, of Milntown, Isle of Man. 



Christian, of Milntown, Isle of Man. 



EWAN CHRISTIAN, architect to Ecclesi- 
astical Commissioners for England, bom 
20 Sept., 1814; married 6 July, 1848, Annie, 
younger daughter of William Walker Bentham, 
consul and notary, Rochester, and has 4 daugh- 
ters. 

[1] Eleanor Katharine, married 25 June, 1872, to Rev. 
Joseph Hargrove, vicar of Silsoe, Beds, since 1881, M.A, 
Clare Coll.. Camb., 1S69, and has 2 daughters. 

Eleanor Mabel (Hargrove) and Dorothy Elisabeth. 

f2] Annie Elizabeth. [3] Agnes Mary. 

4] Alice Margaret. 



Kirk 



?Lmeag:e. 

JOHN M'CHRISTEN, of Milntown, parish < 
J Maughold, Isle of Man, by purchase, probably in 1511; 
deemster of the island with Thomas Norris, 1511, 1512, 
1516, 1317, 1520, 1521 ; he put the Manx laws in writing ; 
by , daughter of — Skillicome, of Pries Hall, Lanca- 
shire ; he had 4 sons and a daughter. 

[I] William McChristen, of Milntown, aforesaid, deemster 
with his father, entered on the manorial records for the estate 
of Milntown, 1527, and died about 153s, having had a son, 

EWAK, of whom presently. 
[2] John, water bailiff of the Isle of Man, had the granting 
of leases, and the ordinance of Peel Castle, by gift of Heiuy 
VIII. ; left 2 daughters. 

(1) , wife of William, eldest son of Thomas Samsbury, 

of Ranaldsway. 

(3) , wife of Daniel Caine, of Jurby. 

rs] Ewan, 4th son, father of Robert, who was deemster (and 
fad a son and 4 daughters), and of William, Thomas, Jony, 
Catharine, Christian. 
[4] , daughter, wife of Kelly, of Kirk Andrew. 

EWAN, or HUAN, M'CHRISTEN, of Milntown, son and 
heir of William, was a member of the house of Keys, 
1532 ; named with his father in the manorial records, 1535 ; 
died about 1539, leaving a son, 

William M'Christen, of Milntown, son and heir, entered 
by the homage jury on the manorial records, 1539 ; died 
1568 -, father of 

William M'Christen, of Milntown, son and heir, entered 
by the homage jury on the manorial records, 1568, etc. ; he 
married — Culwen, of Chfton, Cumberland, and died 1593, 
leaving a son and 2 daughters. 
(Ij EWAN, of whom presently. 

(a) Jane, married to Thomas Samsbury of Ranaldsway, co. 
Lancaster. 

(3) Mary, married to John Quayle, of Ballaquale, water 
bailiff, and had issue. 



EWAN CHRISTIAN, of Milntown, only surviving son 
and heir, deemster of the Isle of Man 1605-53 I deputy- 
captain of Peel Castle 1640 ; married — Harrison, of Hest- 
holme-in-the-Field, and died 1653, having had 4 sons and 3 
daughters. 

1] JOH.V, of whom presently. 

a] Ewan, died 20 Oct., 1613, aged 7 years. 

3] William, bom 14 April, 1608, father of Ewan George 

ames, Ewan John, Charles, William, Patricius, Mary. 

4] Edward, lieut.-gov. of the Isle of Man 1629. 

5] Mabel, aged 16 in 1615 ; married to John Curghey, of 

JallakiUingham, and died s.p. 

[6] Margery, bom 6 June, 1604; married to Silvester Rct- 
cliffe, of Knockaloo, and had an only daughter, married to 
William Hudleston, of Ballahot. 

[7] Margaret, born 1617 ; married to Ewan, son of John 
Curghey, of Ballakillingham. 

TOHN CHRISTIAN, of Milntown, assistant-deemster to 
J his father ; bora i Aug., 1602 ; married 31 Aug., i62g, 
Margaret, daughter of John Parker, of Bradkirk, co. Lan- 



caster ; she died 10 Feb., 1661-2, at Preston, set. 53 ; buried 
at Kirkham, M.I., having had 8 sons and 5 daughters. 

[I] Eman, born 8 March, 1626 ; died in his father's lifetime 
[2] EDWAKD, of whom presently. 

[3] John, twin with Edward, born 7 Aug., 1628 ; married 
Aymy, daughter of Capt. Edward Christian, of Loughmolla, 
a descendant of the Milntown family. 

William, born 18 April, 1632. 

James, born 22 April, 1633. 

Robert, born 7 April, 1636. 

Charles, bom 5 June, 1644. 

Isabel, born 24 Aug., 1630 ; married to Major Richard 
Stevenson, of Balladoole, I.M., and had 3 sons and a 
daughter. 

[lOJ Alice, bom i May, 1630 ; married to Thos. Skelton, of 
Branthvvaite, Cumberland. 

[II] Mabel, bom 21 Aug. , 1639 ; married to Roger Cremble, 
of Donaghdee, Ireland. 

tl3] Anne, bom 26 Sept., 1641. 
13 1 Henrietta. 

EDWARD CHRISTIAN, of Milnto\vn, deemster of the 
island ; bom 7 Aug., 1628 ; died about 1693 ; he mar- 
ried Dorothy, 3rd daughter of Thos. Wilson, of Haversham, 
Westmorland ; she buried at Dearham 27 Feb., 1694, and 
had, with 4 daughters not named, 6 sons. 



I ] EWAN, of whom presently. 
J I Edward. [3] John, 

il Valentine. [61 lames. 



[4] WiUiam. 



EWAN CHRISTIAN, of Milntown, and the first of 
Unerigg, parish of Dearham, Cumberland ; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 19 Aug., 1671 ; barrister 20 Nov., 1678 ; died 
10 Sept., 1719 ; buried at Dearham 13th, aged 68 ; he married 
12 Feb., 1677, Mary, eldest daughter of John Caine, of St. 
Mary, Whitechapel ; she died 26 Feb., 1728, aged 71 ; 
buried at Dearham 2 March, M. I., having had 5 sons and lo 
daughters. 



1682 ; buried • 



Feb., 1690 ; 



[1] Ewan, bora 23 March, 1679 ; died 18 May, 1680 ; buried 
at Epsom. 

[8J Edward, bom 8 Dec, 1681 ; died 20 Jan., 
at Dearham. 

[3] .IOII.\, of whom as in text (page 58). 
[4] William, bom 3, baptized at Dearham 
died 2, buried 15 Feb., 1721, at Dearham. 
[5] Thomas, vicar of Crosthwaite, Cumberland, 1728, B.A.; 
born 17, baptized at Dearham 29 March, 1697 ; died 12 Oct., 
1770 : buried at Crosthwaite ; he married ist, 15 Aug., 
1728, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Monkhouse, of Win- 
ton, near Kirby Stephen, Westmorland ; she died 24 Nov., 
1732, buried at Crosthwaite, having had 2 daughters. 

(1) Dorothy, died unmarried 4 Sept., 1773, buried at 
Crosthwaite. 

(2) Mary, died s.p. i July, 1774, having married to John 
Scales, of Thwaitehead, co. pal. Lancaster, Esq. 

Rev. Thomas Christian married 2ndly Jane Scott, cf 
Broughton, near Cockermouth ; she died 7 Sept., 1737, 
leaving a son. , 

(3) John, bom 27 Aug., 1737 ; died at sea 1757. 
Rev. Thomas Christian married 3rdly Emma Naylor, of 

Leeds ; she died 27 Nov., 1794, aged about 82, havingh ad 
son and daughter. 

(4) JOSEPH, of whom presently. 
(6) Emma, bom 14 Oct., 1742 ; died 8 Feb., 1743. 

[6] Elizabeth, bom 10 June, 1680; died 8 Dec, 1696; 
buried at St. Mary, Whitechapel. 

[T] Sarah, bom Sept., 1683; buried Aug., 1684, at St. 
Mary, 'Whitechapel. 

[8] Dorothy, born 3 July, died 24 Aug., 1685 ; buried at 
Dearham. 

[9] Mary, bom 26 April, 1687 ; baptized at Dearham X 
May ; married there 7 Feb., 1710, as 1st wife to John Fletcher, 
of Clea, and had a son, 
Richard, who died young, 

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Christian, of Milntown, Isle of Man. 



[10] Margaret, bom 2, baptized at Dearham 3 Nov., 1689 ; 

wife of Tliomas Crakeplace, of Cral<eplace Hall. 

[II] Anne, born 8, baptized at Dearham 11 Sept., 1692; 

died 12 Jan. following ; buried at Dearham. 

[12] Isabel, bom 13, baptized at Dearham 28 Dec, 1693 ; 

died young. 

[13] Jane, bora 18 Feb., 1695 ; baptized at Dearham i March 

following ; married there 8 June, 1719, to Wilfrid Clarke, of 

Standingstone. 

[14] Martha, baptized at Dearham, 27 Aug., 1698 ; married 

to Robert Tubman, of Cockermouth. 

[15] Alice, born and baptized at Dearham 25 May, 1702 ; 

married to Quayle Curphy, of the Isle of Man. 



T OSEPH CHRISTIAN, of the Strand and Wigmore Street, 
J London, and lastly of Mortlake, Surrey ; bom at Cros- 
thwaite, 3 March, 1744 r died at Mortlake, 15 March, 1829, 
aged 8s ; he married 10 Aug. , 1769, Margaret, daughter of 
Samuel Wattleworth, of Peel, Isle of Man, merchant ; she 
died at Mortlake, 19 July, 1825, aged 79, having had 8 sons 
and 4 daughters (a). 

Elu] Thomas, born 23 June, 1770 ; died 4 April, 1773. 
2rt] Joseph, of Wigmore Street, London, born 29 Aug. , 1771 ; 
died 10 June, 1821, having married 1400^.1799, Katherine, 
daughter of late John Scales, Esq., of Thwaitehead, co. 
Lancaster, aforesaid ; she died 8 Oct., 1822, having had 5 
sons and 5 daughters (*), 

(liS-ja) John Scales (Christian), born 3 April, 1802 ; died 
unmarried at St. Mary Church, 20 Jan., 1877. 
(«^-2a) Thomas, of the Cape, banker, bora 14 July, 1808 ; 
died 27 Nov., 1850 ; married at Capetown, , 

Jessie, daughter of John Eyre, of Capetown ; she died 2 
April, 1848, having had a son and 2 daughters (c). 

\lc-2b'\ Arthur William, born 5 July, 1843, an officer 
in the Northern army ; killed at the battle of Bull's Run 
in the American war, 6 May, 1864. 

^c-2b\ Katharine, born 14 March, 1844 ; died at 
Brassels 2 May, 1875; married 7 Feb., 1873, to Jean 
Fassin, and had a daughter, Jessie. 

i[3<:-^*] Jessie, born 27 .\ug., 1845. 
^-2a\ EWAN, first named on preceding page. 
U-2Ci\ Joseph, of Pembroke Coll., Camb., bom 13 Jan., 
1817 ; died unmarried in California. 

^b-2a) William Frederick, bora 30 July, i8ig ; died un- 
married in New Zealand. 

(6b-2a] Margaret, bora 31 Aug., 1800 ; died 1859, 

having married i Feb., i83r, to G. H. Wood, late 67th 
regt., son of late General Wood. 
^^b-2a) Agnes, born 14 May, died 2 Dec, 1804. 
\%b-2a) Emma, bora 24 Nov., 1805 ; married Feb., 
1827, to Joseph Wontner, of Islington, and died , 

1847, leaving issue. 

M-2a.) Agnes, bom i June, i8ro ; died 12 Oct., 1876. 
\Mb'2a) Katharine, born 7 Aug., 1812 ; married 4 April, 
1831, to WilUam Lloyd, R.N., and had issue. 

fSij] John, born 29 July, 1778 ; died 9 May, 1790. 
4a] Henry Curv.on, bora 17 July, 1780 ; died 12 April, 
1846 ; married at St. George's, Bloomsbury, 3 Dec, i8r8. 
Christian Wattleworth : she died 23 Oct. , 1861, having had 
a son and 4 daughters \e). 

(\e-4a) Joseph Henry (Christian), of London, architect, 
born 27 April, 1832 ; married 14 Jan., 1873, Caroline, widow 
of his cousin, Ewan Christian, Esq. 

i^e-4a) Elizabeth, bom 9 Dec, 1820 ; died 22 Dec, 1879, 
having married 2 Jan., 1845, to Rev. John William Hall, 
perpetual curate of Baddesley since 1877, Mj\. Trin. Coll., 
Camb., 1838. I 

&e-4a) Sarah, bom 15 March, 1824.I 

\*e-4a] Hannah, born 26 June, 182^ ; married 29 April, 
1852, to William Fine Moore, of the Isle of Man. 
(S«-.^a) Jemima, born 12 Oct., 1829 ; married , 

to John Lonj^borough Pearson, R A. 
ISal rhomasChristian,borni4Sept.. 1782 ; died 14 Feb., 1783. 
[63] Ewan, of the Cape of Good Hope, merchant, born 25 
March, 1784 ; married, and had, with other issue, 4 sons and 
3 daughters (/). 

(\f-ba) Henry Bailey (Christian), of Port Elisabeth, South 
Afnca .merchant, has had 4 sons and 5 daughters. 

Owen Smith, bom 20 Oct , 1857 ; Ewan, bom 21 
May, 1861 ; Henry Courtney, born 6 May, 1S65 ; Harold 
Baiil, born 28 Oct., 1870; Ada Sophia Searight, born 
30 Nov., 1855; Maude Elizabeth, born n Sept., 1859 



Mary Aletta Badnall, born 12 April, 1863 ; Enid Edith , 
born 3 Feb., 1867, died 17 Nov., 1867 ; Hilda Owen, 
born 19 Feb. , 1873. 
(a/-(5a) Ewan, of Cape Town, killed by a tiger in India, 
unmarried. 
(3A(5a) George B , of King William's Town, born 

; married 5 Jan., 1881, Agnes Arnold, eldest 
daughter of late Rev. Richard E Pell Edmimds, of 

Bedford. 

(if-ba) Edward Oakes (youngest son), died 10 Oct., 1861, 
aged 25. 

{^f-6a) Mrs. Burton (2nd daughter). 

(<S,f-ba\ Emma (3rd daughter), married at Cape Town i 
Sept., 1853, to Robert Kindersley, Madras C.S., died 6 
July, 1874. 

(5/-6a) Mary Mirgaret, married at Cape Town 26 Jan., 
i860, to John b. Currey, of Heme Hill, Dulwich. 
[7a] Samuel, of Malta, born 6 April, 1786 ; died 14 Aug., 
1853, having married 27 July, 1818, Georgette, daughter of 
George Gregorie, of Dunkerque ; she died 17 Feb., 1879, 
having had 5 sons and 5 daughters (g). 

(1,^-7^) Alfred, C.M.G., bom at Amsterdam, 18 Dec, 1820; 
married at Malta, 5 May, 1855, Frances Emily, daughter 
of Capt. Basil Hall, R.N. (see Foster's Baronetage and 
also vol. iii. of this work), has 6 sons and a daughter. 
Basil Ewan, born 8 April, 1856; Edward William, bora 
31 May, 1857 ; Alfred James, bora 13 May, 1858 ; 
Charles Arbuthnot, born 31 Aug., 1862 ; 'Victor and 
Gerard (twins), bom 2 June, 1867 ; Margaret Eliz^. 
i^^-ya) George, of Bighton Wood, Hants ; has issue. 
(.'5°-7<z) Henry, rear-admiral R.N., retired 1870 : served in 
China 1842, Africa, Pacific, and Brazilian Stations ; chief 
constable of Gloucestershire since 1865 ; born 29 Oct., 
1828 ; married 31 Oct., 1865, Emily Margaret, daughter 
of James Moore, Esq., of Liverpool, and has 2 sons and 
3 daughters. 

Harold, R.N., born 28 Sept., 1867; Ewan, bom 25 
Nov., 1873; Emily Susan, born 6 Aug., 1866; Mary 
Constance, bora 17 Nov., 1868; Lilian, born 6 June, 
1870. 
(4^-70) Ewan, bom 23 Sept., 1833 ; died at Palermo 16 
Dec, 1870; m.irried 10 Sept., 1864, Caroline, daughter 
of Joseph Whitaker, Esq., of Palermo, Sicily; she (re- 
married 14 Jan., 1873, to Joseph Henry Christian, of 
London, architect, son of Henry Curwen Christian afore- 
said) had 2 daughters. 

Ate.\-andra Georgette, bom 11 June, 1865; Edith Mar- 
garet, bora 4 Feb., 1867. 
[hg-ya] William, of 21, Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, late 
of Bombay, merchant, born 11 July, 1838 ; married 6 July, 
1871, Alice Emma, daughter of Alexander Tod, Esq., of 
Richmond, S.W. 

{6g-ja) Susanna, dieds.p. 11 July, 1844, having married 14 
Sept., 1842, as istwife, to Frederick Holland, commander 
R.N., who died 21 July, i860, leaving issue (see Foster's 
Barondagc\. 

\?g-ya) Anna Ward, married 26 July, 1856, to George Bour- 
chier Ward, H.M. consul at Galatz, in Moldavia ; he died 
26 Feb., 1875. having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] George Arthur (Ward), born 4 July, 1859 ; married 

19 June, 1883, Katherine Scott, daughter of E. P. Youall, 

Esq., of Great "Varmoulh. 

[3J Herbert Christian, bora 10 Aug., 1861 ; died 5 .'^ug., 

1863. 

Elizabeth Georgina, bora 27 July, 1857; died 20 
[ay, 1865. 

[4] Fanny Margaret, bora i April, 1864. 
(8f-7ii) Frances Maria, married at Malta. 20 Jan., 1844, to 
Robert Arboujn Hunter, Esq. (only son of James Hunter, 
of London), ,who died 16 Feb., 1845 ; she re-married 21 
Jan., 1857, as 2nd wife to Edward Hollantl. Esq , M.P., of 
Dumbleton, co. Gloucester, who died 4 Jan., 1875 (see 
Foster's Baronetage). 

\9g-ja) Jane, died unmarried 16 Jan., 1856, aged 23. 
(10/- 7a) Emma, died in infancy. 
[Siz] Thomas, bom 16 March, died 11 May, 1778. 
fSa] Emma, bom 20 June, 1773 ; married to Maitland 
Falcon. 

[lOa] Margaret, born i June, 1775 ; died 24 Dec, 1778. 
[11a] Dorcfthy, bora 23 Aug., 1776; married to Heniy 
Nourse, of Cape of Good Hope. 
[ia<7] Mary, born 20 .'\pnl, 1789 ; died unmarried Jan., 



May 



[63] 



♦• THS + DESCEUT + OB •♦ 

Alfred iloyd Fox. 

OF PEN MERE, FALMOUTH. 



FROM THB 



xioou Jaogai 




of (ZBnglanir, 



Edward 1., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, d. 10 May, 
1305 (and wife). 



<iilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester and Hereford 
(isl husbd.), d. 7 Dec. 1295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-h. of=i=Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of to parlt. ; declared traitor ; 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Elizabeth DespencerySir Maurice Berkeley, 
to parlt, 1362-68, 



Sir James Berkeley, of Rag-=j=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h- of 



land, knt.jd. 13 June, 1409. 



Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 
knt. 



James Berkeley, nephew and=i=Isabel (2nd wife), widow of 



heir male of Thomas, Lord 
Berkeley ; he had summons 
to parlt. 1421-61, d. Nov. 
1463. 



Henry Ferrers, son and 
heir of William, 5th Lord 
Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 
Norfolk. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd son, =T=Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
d, ,1507. Mead, of Bristol, d. 1517. 

I -^ 

James Berkeley, of Thom-=T=Susan Waddall, widow, «/« 
bury (3rd son). Veel. 

Sir Thomas Perrott,=i=Mary Berkeley,=SirThomasJohnes 
of Haroldstone, co, I dau. and heir./|\(2nd husband). 
Pembroke (ist hus- =Sir Robert Whit- 

band), j ney (3rd husband). 



Sir John Perrott, ofHarold-=Anne (ist wife), dau. ofSii 
stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
Ireland 1583, admiral of the=j=Jane Pollard (2nd wife), 
fleet, died in the Tower. ^ 
A, 
contimted above. 



continued from below, 
3ir John Perrott=pJane Pollard) 2nd wife). 



Anne Perrott (1st wife)=f Sir John Philipps, of Picton 
■ Castle, Pembrok ' 
27 March, 1629. 



Olive Philipps (5th dau.)=p Sampson Lort, of East- 
moor and Stackpole, CO. 
Pembroke. 



Elizabeth Lort (ist wife), m.=j=Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, 
II Nov. 1661, d. 7 Feb. I co. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 
1685. 1637, d. 26th xi. month. 



SampsonLloyd,of Birining-=pMary (2nd wife), dau. of 



ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, 
5 X. 1695, d. 3 i. 1724. 



Ambrose Crowley, of Stour- 
bridge, sister of Sir Am- 
brose Crowley, died ist ix. 
month, 1770, aged 93. 



Sarah (ist wife).^ 
dau. of Richard 
Parkes, of Oaks- 
well Hall, CO. 
Staff. 



■Sampson Lloyd,: 
of Birmingham, 
banker, b. 1699, 
d. 1779 (see pp. 
146, I5S)- 



^Rachel (2nd wife), 
dau. of Nehemiah 
Champion, of Bris- 
tol, m. 1731, d, 
1766. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Bordes-==Rachel, dau. of Samuel 
ley and of Birmingham, I Barnes, of London, m. 1762, 
banker, b. 1728, d, 27 Dec. d. 20 March, 1814. 
1807, 



Samuel Lloyd, of Birming-=Rachel, eldest dau. of Geo. 
ham, banker, b. 7 Sept. I Braithwaite, Esq., of Ken- 
1768, d. 10 Nov. 1849. dal, m. 30 Oct. 1791, d. 2 

I May, 1854. 



Sarah Lloyd, b. at Birming-=Alfred Fox, of Falmouth, 
ham, 25 Nov. 1804, m. I b. 9 Sept. 1794, d. 20 May, 
there 15 May, 1828. 1874. 



Alfred Lloyd=i=Mary Jane, dau 



Fox, of Pen- 
mere, Fal- 
mouth, b. 
1859. 



of Francis fox, 
of Tottenham, 
m. IS March, 
1864. 



Theodore Fox, of Howard Fox, 

Sahbum,b. 1831, of Falmouth, 

m. 1857, Harriet b. 5836, m. 

H., dau. of J. P. 1864, Olivia 

Kirkbride, of B., dau. of C. 

Philadelphia. =j= Orme, Esq.=r= 



Charles, George Henry Fox, Wilson 

died b. 1845, m. 1SS2, Lloyd 

1866. Rachel Juliet, dau. Fox, b 

of H. Fowler, Esq., 27 Jan, 

ofWoodford.= 1854. 



Other 
issue 
(seep, 
68). 



Alfred Francis, b. 7 April, 1867. 
Hubert, b. 15 Jan. 1870. 
William Edward, b. i5 Dec. 1872. 



Theodore, b. 185S 
Edwin, b. 1859. 
Herbert, b. 1S63. 



:t""i 



Howard, b. 1865. Olivia. Barnard, b. I SS3. 
Charles, b. 1866. Stella. 



[64] 




Fox, ALFRED LLOYD, of Penmere, Fai- 
mouth; i8th in descent from Edward L ; 
bom at' Falmouth 26 May, 1829; married at Tot- 
tenham 15 March, 1864, his cousin, Mary Jane, 
only daughter of Francis Fox, of Tottenham, Mid- 
dlesex, and has 3 sons, born at Penmerp. 



ri] Alfred Francis, born 7 April, 1 
[2] Hubert, bom 15 Jan., 1870. 
[3] William Edward, born 16 Dec, 



867. 




The Descent of 

ALFRED Lloyd Fox, Esq., 

FROM THE Blood Royal of England. 






DWARD L, so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; born at Westminster, 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberiand, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand IIL, king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

JOAN OF ACRE, born there 1272 ; died 10 
May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (sumamed " The 
Red"), earl of Gloucester and Hertford; he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 



[65] 



Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299- 1306, and had 
issue ; JOAN OF ACRE had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter. 

ELEANOR DE CLARE, sister and co-heir of 
Gilbert, Earl of Gloucester, who fell at 
Bannockbum, 24 June, 1314, s.p. ; married ist, 
I May, 1306, to Hugh Despencer, a favourite of. 
Edward L ; summoned to parliament as Hugo?ii 
le Despencer, juniort, from 29 July, 8 Edward IL, 
1314, to 10 Oct., 19 Edward IL, 1325; hanged 
29 Nov., 1326; declared a traitor by act of par- 
liament, and his honours forfeited, his wife and 
family imprisoned in the Tower ; she re-married, 
as 2nd wife, to William la Zouch (younger son of 
Robert, Lord Mortimer, of Richards Castle), had 
summons first as William la Zouche, and after- 
wards as William la Zouch de Mortimer, 1327-37, 
and died 30 June, 1337. By her 1st husband she 
had, with other issue (see page 127), a daughter, 

ELIZABETH DESPENCER, married to Sir 
Maurice Berkeley (eldest son of Thomas 
Berkeley, of BeverstonCastle.byhiswife Margaret, 
daughter of Roger Mortimer, Earl of March) ; he 
had summons to parliament 14 Aug., 36 Edward 
IIL, 1362, to 24 Feb., 42 Edward III., 1368 ; said 
to have died 8 June, 1367, buried in St. Augustine's 
Abbey, and had, with 2 daughters, 4 sons, of 
whom the 2nd, viz., 

SIR JAMES BERKELEY, of Ragland, Knt., 
governor of Tretour Castle, co. Pembroke, 
1402 ; he married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of 
Sir John Bluet, Knt.; she (re-married to William 
Thomas, Esq.) brought Ragland manor and other 
estates to her ist husband, who died 13 June, 
1409, buried in St. Augustine's Abbey, had 2 
sons, of whom the elder, 

JAMES BERKELEY, nephew and heir male 
of Thomas Berkeley, summoned 1382-1416, 
succeeded to the castle and lands of Berkeley 
under an entail made by his great-grandfather, 
Thomas, 3rd lord ; he had summons to parliament 
20 Oct., 1421, to 23 May, 1461 ; he died 22 Oct., 
3 Edward IV., 1463, buried in Berkeley Church ; 

he married 1st, , daughter of Sir Humphrey 

Stafford, of Hoke, Dorset ; she died s.p., and he 



The Descendants of the Kings of Englmid. 



married 2ndly Isabel, widow of Henry Ferrers (son 
and heir of William, 5th Lord Ferrers, of Groby), 
daughter of Thomas, and cousin and co-heir of 
John Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk ; she died 29 
Sept., 1452, buried at the Grey Friars, Glouces- 
ter ; he married jrdly, Joane, daughter of John 
Talbot, ist Eari of Shrewsbury, s.p. (she re-mar- 
ried to Edmund Hungerford) ; by his 2nd wife he 
had, with 3 daughters, 4 sons, of whom 

MAURICE BERKELEY (2nd son), styled 
Maurice Berkeley, Esq., made partition 
with the Earl of Surrey of the Mowbray inherit- 
ance, but was not summoned to parliament ; he 
died 1507, having married Isabel, daughter of 
Sir Philip Mead, of Bristol ; she died 1517, buried 
at the Augustine (Austin) Friars, London, having 
had, with a daughter, 3 sons. 

[1] Sir Maurice, K.B., summoned to parliament 1522 ; 

married and died s.p. 12 Sept., 1523. 

[2] Sir Thomas, constable of Berkeley Castle, died 22 

Jan., 1533 ; ancestor of the Earl of Berkeley. 

[3] James, ofThombury, married Susan Weddall, widow, 

«/if Veel, and had a daughter. 

(1) Mary, heir of her father, married Ist to Sir Thomas 
Perrott, of Haroldstone, co. Pembroke ; she re-married 
to Sir Thomas Johnes, Knt., of Abermarles, Carmar- 
thenshire, by whom she had 4 sons and 3 daughters ; 
she is said to have re-married lastly to Sir Robert 
Whitney; by her Ist husband she had, with other issue, 
a son, viz., 

SIR JOHN PERROTT, of Haroldstone, co. 
Pembroke, K.B.,lord-deputy of Ireland 1583, 
Knight of the Bathatthe coronation of EdwardVL, 
P.C. Queen Elizabeth, president of Munster 1572, 
admiral of the fleet at the time of the meditated 
invasion of Ireland by the Spaniards, subsequently 
(1588) tried and condemned for high treason, but 
respited, and died in the Tower; made his will 
3 May, 1592 ; he married ist, Anne, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Cheney, K.G., and had a son. Sir 
Thomas ; he married 2ndly, Jane Pollard, and 
had a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] William, died s.p. 

[2] Lettice, died 27 Nov., 1620; married Ist, to Rowland 
Laugharne, of St, Bride's ; 2ndly, to Walter Vaughan ; 
and lastly, to Sir Arthur, Baron Chichester of Belfast, so 
created 23 Feb., i6(2; lord-deputy and governor-general of 
Ireland, 1604-15 (brother of Edward, Viscount Chichester, 
ancestor of the Marquis of Donegal); he died s.p.s., in 
London, 19 Feb., 1624-5 ; buried in the church of Carrick- 
fergus, 24 Oct.. 1625. 

[3] Anne, married, as Ist wife, to Sir John Philipps, of 
Pictou Castle, Pembroke, etc., Baronet, so created 9 Nov., 
1621 ; he died 27 March, 1629, having had, with numerous 
issue, a daughter, 

Olive Philipps (5th daughter), married to Sampson 

Lort, of Eastmoor (or East'Meare) and Stackpole, co. 

Pembroke, high sheriff 1649 (brother of Sir Roger 

Lort, created a baronet 15 July, 1662), and had a 

daughter, viz. :— 



PLIZABETH LORT, bom 2 Nov., 1633. died i„;V-- -Xh;°'wif.) in WeUhpooi g.oi for 

■i-' 7 Feb., 1685, having married II Nov., 166 1, account of his religious principle 

[ 66 ] 



as ist wife, to Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, co. 
Montgomery*, of Jesus Coll., Oxon, a magistrate 
for the county, and nominated for the shrievalty 
(son and heir of Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, by 
his wife Elizabeth Stanley, see lineage, page 156); 
born 9 Dec, 1637; died 26th nth month, 1698; 
he married 2ndly, 8 Feb., 1686, Ann Laurence, 
of Lea, CO. Hereford ; she died s.p. 2 March, 1708 
(inscription states 6th month, 1708). By his ist 
wife he had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 145) 
a son, 

SAMPSON LLOYD, of Lea, near Leominster, 
and of Birmingham, iron merchant ; bom at 
Welshpool, 26 Feb., 1664; died 3, buried 16 xi., 
1724, having married ist, 1685, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Sybil Good, Esq., of ; she died 10 
April, 1692, having had 4 daughters (see vol. i., 
page 146) ; he married 2ndly, 5 x., 1695, Mary, 
daughter of "Ambrose Crowley, Esq., aforesaid; 
she bora 15 Sept., 1677; died ist 9th month, 
1770, aged about 93, having had, with other issue 
(see vol. i., page 146), a son, 

SAMPSON LLOYD, of Old Park House, Bir- 
mingham, banker and ironmaster, purchased 
"Owen's Farm" 1743; born at Birmingham, 15 
v., 1699, died 30 Nov., 1779; he married ist, 29 
Sept., 1727, Sarah, daughter of Richard Parkes, 
Esq., of Oakswell Hall, co. Stafford, and of Bir- 
mingham ; she died 16 iii., 1729, aged 29, leaving 
an only son; he married 2ndly, 17 Sept., 1731, 
Rachel, daughter of Nehemiah Champion, of 
Bristol; she born 30 March, 1712, and died 16 
Sept., 1766, having had issue(see vol. i., page 155); 
by his ist wife he had an only son, 

SAMPSON LLOYD, of Bordesley, co. Warwick, 
and of Birmingham, banker; one of the 
founders in 1770 of the banking firm of Taylor, 
Lloyd, Hanbury, and Bowman, of 60, Lombard 
Street, which, under the nomenclature of Hanburys 
and Lloyds, amalgamated in 1864 with Bametts, 
Hoares, and Co., adopting the style of Bametts, 
Ho.-ires, Hanburys, and Lloyds, and which, together 
with Bosanquet, Salt, and Co., amalgamated with 
the Birmingham Bank in 1884; bom 2 viii., 1728; 
died 27 December, 1807, having married 11 xi., 
1762, Rachel, daughter of Samuel Bames, Esq., 
of London; she died 20 March, 1814, having had, 
with other issue (see vol. i., page 146), a son, 

SAMUEL LLOYD, of Farm, Birmingham, 
banker, left the Society of Friends 1836 ; 
bom at Birmingham 7 Sept., 1768, and died there 
10 Nov., 1849, having married at Preston Patrick, 
near Kendal, 3 Oct., 1791, Rachel, eldest daughter 



THS + DESCEIIT + OF •<♦> 



Lucy Charlotte Fowler, 

LADY MAYORESS OF LONDON 1884, 



FROM THE 



031000 Eogal 




of (ZBnglanti. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. 
Aug. I274,b. I7june, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, d 
1305 (2nd wife). 



Eleanor, sister and co-h. of= 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. 



10 May,=r-Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester and Hereford 
(islhusbd.), d. 7 Dec. 1295. 



^Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
to parlt. ; declared traitor ; 
hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Elizabeth Despencer=rSir Maurice Berkeley, sum. 
I to parlt. 1362-68. 



Sir James Berkeley, of Rag-=j=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h. of 



land, knt.,d. I3j>i 



Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 



knt. 



James Berkeley, nephew and=T=Isabel (2nd wife), widow of 
heir male of Thomas, Lord I Henry Ferrers, son and 
Berkeley; he had summons heir of William, Sth Lord 
to parlt. 1421-bl, d. Nov. Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
1463. Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 

Norfolk. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd son, 
d. , 1507. 



— Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
Mead, of Bristol, d. 151 7. 



James Berkeley, of Thorn- 
bury (3rd son). 



orn— T-j 



Sir Thomas Perrott,=f=Mary Berkeley,=:SirThomas Johnes 
of Haroldstone, co. I dau. and heir./{v^(2nd husband). 
Pembroke (Ist hus- =Sir Robert Whit- 

band). 1 ney (3rd husband). 



Sir John Perrolt, of Harold-^Anne (ist wife), dau. of Sir 
stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
Ireland 1583, admiral of the=j=Jaue Pollard (2nd wife). 
fleet, died in the Tower. /K 
A. 



continued from below. 
Sir John Perrott=pJane Pollard) 2nd wife). 



Anne Perrott (ist wife)=j=Sir John Philipps, of Picton 
I Castle, Pembroke, bart., d. 
I 27 March, 1629. 



■Sampson Lort, of East- 
moor and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke. 



Olive Philipps (5th dau.)= 



Elizabeth Lort (ist ■ 
II Nov. 1661, d. 
1685. 



vife), m.=i=Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, 

7 Feb. I CO. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 

1637, d. 26th xi. month, 



SampsonLloyd,of Birming-=f=Mary (2nd wife), dau. of 
' " ' " AmbroseCrowley, of Stour- 

bridge, sister of Sir Am- 
brose Crowley, died Ist ix. 
month, 1770, aged 93. 



ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, m. 
S X. 1695, d. 3 i. 1724. 



Sarah (1st wife),- 
dau, of Richard 
Parkes, of Oaks- 
well Hall, CO. 
Staff. 



-Sampson Lloyd,=f=Rachel (2nd wife), 
of Birmingham, I dau. of Nehemiah 
banker, b. 1699, Champion, of Bris- 
d. 1779 (see pp. I tol, m. 1731, d. 
146, 155)- A1766. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Bordes-=Rachel, dau. of Samuel 
ley and of Birmingham, | Barnes, of London, m. 1 762, 
banker, b. 1728, d. 27 Dec. d. 20 March, 1814. 
1807. I 



zRachel, eldest dau. of Geo. 
Braithwaite, Esq., of Ken- 
dal, m. 30 Oct. 1791, d. 2 

May, 1854. 



Samuel Lloyd, 
ham, banker, 
1768, d. 10 Noi 



)f Birming-: 
.. 7 Sept. 
1849. 



Sarah Lloyd, b. at Birming-=Alfred Fox, of Falmouth, 
ham, 25 Nov. 1804, m. I b. 9 Sept. 1794, d. 20 May, 
there 15 May, 1828. 1874. 



Sons (see Sarah Charlotte: 
p. 68). Fox, m. 27 Oct. 

1852, d. 17 Dec. 

1876. 



Rt. Hon. Robert Nicholas Fowler, Mary, 

of Gastard, Wilts, and of London, Lady 

banker, lord mayor 1883-4, M.P. Pease 

Penryn and Falmouth 1868-74, city (see p. 

of London since 1880. 68). 



Helen Maria, m. 13 LucyAnna,m.7Aug. 
Sept. i860, to John 1861, to Thomas 
Wm. Pease, D.C-L. Hodgkin, D.C.L.= 



A 



Thomas Fowler, Lucy Charlotte 
only son, b, IZ (lady mayoress), 
Aug. l868. b. 25 Jan. 1855. 



Charlotte Rachel, m. 25 Sept. 
1879, to Rev. Robert W. 



Helen Anne, m. Mary. Jean. 

10 Feb. 1880, to Harriet, d. 1871. Octavia. 

her cousin Alfred Caroline. Bertha. 

Edward Pease.=f Rachel. 



George Barbour, b. 1882. Edward Pease, b. 1880. 

[67] 



Th& Descendants of the Kings of England. 



of George Braithwaite, Esq., of Kendal; she 
bom at Kendal, 30 July, 1768, and died at 
Farm, near Birmingham, 2 May, 1854, aged 85, 
having had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 
150), a daughter, 

SARAH LLOYD, bom at Birmingham, 25 Nov., 
1804 ; married at Birmingham., 15 May, 
1828, to Alfred Fox, of Falmouth; bom there 9 
Sept., 1794, and died there 20 May, 1874, having 
had 6 sons and 5 daughters. 

[1] ALFRED LLOYD, first named (see page 65). 
[2] Theodore (Fox), of Bryn-y-mor, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, 
Yorks, J.P., bom at Falmouth, 4 April, 1831 ; married 
at Norwich, 26 March. 1S57, HaiTiet Howell, only 
daughter of John Paul Kirkbride, of Philadelphia, _and' 
has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Theodore Alfred, born I Feb., 1858. 

(2) Edwin Kirkbride, bom 14 May, 1859. 

(3) Herbert Lloyd, born 29 [une, 1863. 

(4) Eliza Gurney, bom 9 July, 1861. 

(5) Harriet Beatrice, born 30 Sept., 1865. 

[3] Howard (Fox), of Falmouth, born there 10 Dec, 1836 ; 
married in London, 19 March, 1S64, Olivia Blanche, 
daughter of Charles Orme, Esq., of London, and has 2 
sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Howard Omie, bora 16 Aug., 1865. 

(2) Charles Masson, bom 9 Nov., 1866. 

(3) Olivia Lloyd, born 5 Feb., 1868. 

(4) Stella, born II Dec, 1876. 

[4] Charles William, born at Falmouth, 13 June, 1843; 
died at Neath Abbey, 18 June, 1866. 
[6] George Henry (Fox), bom at Falmouth, 27 Sept., 
1S45 ; married 22 March, 18S2, Rachel Juliet (B.R.), 4th 
daughter of late Henry Fowler, of Woodford, Essex (see 
vol. iii.), and has a son, 

Barnard, bom 12 Oct., 1883. 
[6] Wilson Lloyd (Fox), born at Falmouth, 27 Jan., 
1845. 

[7] Rachel Elizabeth, bom at Falmouth, 6 Feb., 1S33 ; 
married 1st, 27 April, 1S54, to Samuel Lindoe Fox, Esq., 
of Tottenham, who died there 22 Nov., 1862, having had 
a son and daughter. 

(1) Samuel Middleton Fox, born 16 March, 1856. 

(2) Charlotte Maria, born 23 Dec, 1857 ; married 24 
July, 1879, to Thomas Heniy Green, M.D., of 74, 
Wimpole Street, W., and has a daughter, 

Charlotte Muriel (Green), bom 19 June, 1S80. 
Mrs. Rachel E. Fox married 2ndly, at Falmouth, 
II Sept., 1867, to Philip Debell Tuckett, Esq., of London, 
and has 3 sons. 

(3) Philip Debell Tuckett, born 22 Dec, 1868. 

(4) Percival Fox. bom 21 Aug., 1870. 

(5) Ivor Lloyd, born i Feb., 1873. 

[8] Sarah Charlotte, died at Chippenham, 17 Dec, 1876, 
having married at Falmouth, 27 Oct., 1852, to Right 
Hon. Robert Nicholas Fowler, of Gastard, Wilts, J. P., 
and of London, banker and alderman 187S, sheriff 1880-1, 
lord mayor Nov., 1SS3, M.A. London University 1850, a 
fellow or member of senate since 1864, F.R.G.S., F.S.A., 
M.P. Penryn and Falmouth 1868-74, and City of London 
since 1880, J. P. Middlesex 1S59, one of H.M.'s lieutenants 
for the city of London, a member of the council of bankers, 
and has had a son and 10 daughters. 



(1) Thomas Fowler, bom in London, 12 Aug., iS58. 

(2) Lucy Charlotte, bom 25 Jan., 1855. 

(3) Charlotte Rachel, bom 29 Oct., 1856 ; married 25 
Sept., 1879, to Rev. Robert William Barbour, M.A., 
Edin., and has a son, 

George, born Feb., 1S82. 

(4) Helen Ann, bom 4 Dec, 1858 ; mairied 10 Feb., 
1880, to her cousin, Alfred Edward, eldest son of Sir 
Joseph Whitwell Pease. Bart., M.P. (see below). 

(5) Mary, bom 14 May, i860. 

(6) Harriet Maria, died at Tottenham, I Sept., 1871, 
aged 9. 

(7) Caroline, bom 21 June, 1S63. 

(8) Jean Elizabeth, bom II Oct., 1S65. 

(9) Octavia Louisa, bom 6 Jan., 1867. 

(10) Bertha Sophia, born 13 Jan., 1871. 

(11) Rachel Elfrida, born 10 Dec, 1872. 

[9] Mary, born II Aug., 1S35 ; married at Falmouth, 23 
Aug., 1S54, to Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease, of Flutton 
Lowcross and Pinchinthorpe, Yorkshire, J.P., D.L. 
(N.R.), Baronet, so created 18 May. 1882, M.P. South 
Durham since 1865, and has 2 sons and 6 daughters. < 

(1) Alfred Edward Pe.vse, of Pinchinthorpe House 
Yorkshire, aforesaid, sometime of Trin. Coll., Camb.', 
born 23 June. 1857 ; married 10 Feb., iSSo, Helen 
Ann, 3rd daughter of Right Hon. Robert Nicholas 
Fowler, of Gastard, Wilts, aforesaid, M. P., lord mayor 
city of London 18S3-4. and has a son, 

Edward, bom 15 Dec, 1880. 

(2) Joseph Albert, bom 17 Jan., i860. 

(3) Emma Josephine, born 25 May, 1855 ; married 17 
Nov., 1S80. to Vincent Waldo Calmady Hamlyn, M.A. 
Balliol Coll., Oxon, bar.-at-law Lincoln's Inn 1881, 
3rd son of Shilston Calmady Hamlyn, of Leawood 
and Paschoe, Devon, D.L., and has a daughter, 

Mary Sylvia, bom 9 Aug., 1881. 

(4) Sarah Charlotte, bom i Sept., 1858. 

(5) Maud Mary, born 18 July, 1S62. 

(6) Helen Blanche, born 18 Nov., 1865. 

(7) Lucy Ethel, born 12 July, 1867. 

(8) Agnes Claudia Fox, born 14 April, 1S70. 

[10] Helen Maria, bom at Falmouth, 17 Nov., 1838; 
married there 13 Sept., i860, to John William Pease, 
D.C.L., of Pendower, and of Nether Grange, Alnmouth, 
Northumberland, J. P., and of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
banker, and has 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Howard Pease, bom 12 July, 1863. 

(2) John William Beaumont, bom 4 July, 1S69. 

(3) Sarah Helen, born 17 July, 1861. 

(4) Alice, died young. 29 Aug.. 1867. 

(5) Florence, born 8 Sept., 1S67. 

(6) Sophia Mabel, born 14 Sept., 1872. 

[11] Lucy Anna, born at Falmouth, 5 Oct,. 1841 ; mar- 
ried there 7 Aug,, 1861, to Thomas Hodgkin, D.C.L., 
of BensvellDene, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, banker, and has 
had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) John Alfred Hodgkin, died young, 5 Feb., 1872. 

(2) Thomas Edward, bora 20 April, 1872. 

(3) Robert Howard, born 24 April, 1877. 

(4) George Lloyd, born 22 Aug., 1880. 

(5) Lucy Violet, born 19 March, 1S69. 

(6) Elizabeth Howard Fox. 
(,7) Ellen Sophia Hodgkin. 

[12] Sophia Lloyd, bom 28 Sept., 1848 ; died unmarried 
25 Dec, 1S70, aged 22. 



[68] 



^9 ThG + DESCEIlfB + OB •♦ 

Mary, Lady Pease, 



FROM THE 



OBlootJ JRogal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned J9=i=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. I274,b. 17june, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, d. 10 May,=rGilbert de Clare, Earl of 

1305 (2nd wife). Gloucester and Hereford 

I (lslhusband),d.7 Dec.1295. 



^Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
to parlt. ; declared traitor ; 
hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Eleanor, sister and co-h. of= 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. 



Elizabeth Despencer=pSir Maurice Berkeley, 
I to parlt. 1362-1368. 



Sir James Berkeley, of Rag- 
land, knt.,d. 13 June, 1409. 



=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h. of 
Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 
knt. 



James Berkeley, nephew and=j=Isabel (2nd wife), widow of 



heir male of Thomas, Lord 
Berkeley ; he had sum. tc 
parlt. 1421-1461, d. Nov, 
1463. 



Henry Ferrers, son and 
heir of William, 5th Lord 
Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 
Norfolk. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd son, =j=Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
d. , 1507. I Mead, of Bristol, d. 151 7. 

=Susan Waddall, widow, m'e 
Veel. 



James Berkeley, of Thorn 
bury (3rd son). 



J' 



Sir Thomas Perrott,=f Mary Berkeley,=SirThomasJohnes 
of Haroldstone, co. I dau. and heir./f^{2nd husband). 
Pembroke (1st hus- =Sir Robert Whit- 

band). I ney (3rd husband). 



continued from helow. 
Sir John Perrott=j=Jane Pollard) 2nd wife). 

Anne Perrott (ist wife)=j=Sir John Philipps, of Picton 
Castle, Pembroke, bart., d. 
I 27 March, 1629. 

Olive Philipps {5th dau.)=f=Sampson Lort, of East- 
I moor and Stackpole, co. 



Elizabeth Lort (ist wife), m.=f Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, 
II Nov. 1661, d. 7 Feb. I co. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 
1685. 1637, d. 26th xi. month. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Birming-^ 
ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, m. 
5 X. 1695, d. 3 i. 1724. 



■Mary (2nd wife), dau. of 
Ambrose Crowley, of Stour- 
bridge, sister of Sir Am- 
brose Crowley, died ist ix. 
month, 1770, aged 93. 



pson Lloyd,=j=Rachel (2nd wife), 
dau. of Nehemiah 
Champion, of Bris- 
tol, m. 1731, d. 
A1766. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Bordes-=Rachel, dau. of Samuel 
ley and of Birmingham, I Barnes, of London, m. 1762, 
banker, b. 1728, d. 27 Dec. d. 20 March, 1814. 
1807. 




dau. of Richard 
Parkes, of Oaks- 
well Hall, CO. 
Staff. 



Sir John Perrott, ofHarold-^Anne (ist wife), dau. of Sir 
stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
Ireland 1583, admiral of the=i=Jane Pollard (2nd wife), 
fleet, died in the Tower. /K" 
A, 
continued above. 



Samuel Lloyd, of BinTiing-=Rachel, eldest dau. of Geo. 
ham, banker, b. 7 Sept. I Braithwaite, Esq., of Ken- 
1768, d. 10 Nov. 1S49. I dal, m. 30 Oct. 1791, d. 2 

May, 1854. 



Sarah Lloyd, b. at Birming-^Alfred Fox, of Falmouth, 
ham, 25 Nov. 1804, m. | b. 9 Sept. 1794, d. 20 May, 
there 15 May, 1828. 1874. 



Sons (as 
p. 64). 



Sarah Charlotte Fox, d. 
17 Oct. 1876, m. 27 Oct. 
1852. to Robert Nicholas 
Fowler, M.P., lord mayor 
of London 1883-4.= 
A 



Mary, b. ii: 
Aug. 1835, 
m. 23 Aug. 
1854. 



:Sir Joseph Whitwell 
Pease. Bart., of Hutton 
Lowcross and Pinchin- 
thorpe, Yoiks, bart., 
M. P. CO. Durham 
since 1865. 



Helen Maria, m. 13 Lucy Amy. m. 7 

Sept. l85o, to John Aug. 1 86 1, to 

Wm. Pease, D.C.L. Thos. Hodgkin, 

= D.C.L.= 

A A 



Alfred Edward :=Anne, 3rd dau. of (Rt. Hon.) Joseph 

Pease, of Pinchin- I R. N, Fowler, M.P., lord Albert 

thorpe, b. 23 June, mayor of London, m. 10 Pease, 

1857. I Feb. 1880. b. 1S60. 



Emma Josephine,^Vincent Waldo Sarah. Lucy, 

b. 25 May, 1S55, I Calwady Hamlyn, Maud. Agne», 
m. 17 Nov. 1880. M.A., bar.-at-law. Helen. 



Edward Pease, b. 15 Dec. 1880. 



[69] 



Mary Sylvia Hamlyn, 



♦• THG DGSCGHT OB •♦ 



Adelaide, wife of H. E. C. Otway, Esq., 



^enrp ni. ann 




CDtoarD I. anD III. 



Henry III., crowned at Gloucester, 28 Oct. 1216, bom=j=Eleanor, 2nd dau. and co-heir of Raymond Berenger, Count 
1 Oct. 1206, died at Westminster 16 Nov. 1272. | of Provence, m. 14, crowned 19 Jan. 1236, died at Ames- 

I bury, Wilts, 25 June, 1291. 

Eleanor (ist wife),=pEDWARD I., crowned at We 
dau. of Ferdinand i 19 Aug. 1274, born 17 June 
III., King of Cas- at Burgh, Cumberland, 7 J 
tile, m. 1254, d. 27 called on his tomb in Wi 
Nov. 1290. Abbey " Scotorum 



imamed " Crouch-=:j= Blanche (2nd wife^ 

back," Earl of Chester, of Lan- | Queen Dowager of 

. and of Leicester, b. 16 Navarre,dau.otRobt. 

245, d. inGascony 1296, brother of St. Louis, 

Westminster Abbey. j King of France. 



Lord 
Wake of 
Liddell. 



sole heir of her 
brother John, 
3rd earl, she d. 
8 July, 1385. 




Edward IL, b. 25; 
Apl. 1284, crowned 
at Westminster 23 
Feb. 1307, deposed 
25 Jan. 

dered in Berkeley 
Castle, 21 Sept, '" 

Edward in.= 

John "of Gaunt,'* Thomas 
whose dau. Joan of Wood- 
was mother of stock, cr. 
Richard, Earl of Duke of 
Salisbury, named Gloucester 
' ' " 1375. d. 



Henry, 3rd Earl 
of Lancaster and, 
Leicester, m. 
Maud, dau. and 
heir of Sir Pat- 
rick Chaworth, 
and d. 1345= 



land, K.G. (ist 
husband), Earl 
of Kent in right 



—John, son and heir of Henry 
Beaumont, Earl of Euchan, in 
Scotland, ist husband, had 

md. of Sir Ni- 
cholas Lovaine. dau. of Jno. 
362- 1 Vere, Earl of Oxford, she 
368, d. 1369. I rem.toSu-J.Devereux.Ku 



Catherine, dau. and heir— :John Beaumont, KG., 
of Sir Thomas Evering- summd. to parlt. 1383- 
ham, of Laxton, | 1393, d. 1396. 



1442, beheaded at Wakefield Dec. 1460, : 
Ralph Neville, Earl of Westmoreland, by his 
2nd wife, Joan, dau. of John "of Gaunt." 



Henry Beau-==EHzabcth. dau. of 

, summonedTWilliam, Lord Wil- 

) park. 1404-13, loughby d'Eresby. 



heir of Sir 
Fdk. Tilney, 
of Boston, CO. 
Lincoln, she 
rem.toThos. 

Howard. 
Earl of Suf- 
folk & Duke 
of Norfolk. 



Henry, 5th Baron== -^ 
FitzHugh, hadTN 
summs. to parlt. (3rd 
1455-70, d. 1472. 1 dau.) 



Mice • • •Elizabeth(ist wife), dau. —John Beaumont, K.G., summd. to parlt. 1432- 
and heir of William Philip. Lord 39, cr. Count of Eologne in France. 1436, and 
Bardolph, descend, from Eliza- Vis " ■ - 



beth, dau. of Joan "of Acre." I the first EngHsh a 



Beaumont in England, 



• • Sir Thomas Fi 
descended from 
garet. dau. of Joa 



parlL 1459-63) d. 1464. 



=Thomas Fiennes, 8th Lord Dacre, 

had summs. to parlt. 11-21 

.Vm., d. 26Hen. VIIL,i534. 



u 



:,==lhoma: 

K.B., : 

I Hen. V 



• • • • sSir Edwaid Norreys. son of Sir William Nor-=pFrideswid», dau. and 
reys, of Yattenden, by his 2nd wife, Joan de Vere, de- | co-heir, 
scended from Sir Richard Serjaux and Philippa FitzAlan. I 



Sir Thomas 

Fiennes,Kt.,d 

in his father' 

lifetime. 



s ==Jane, dau. of 

d. j Edward Sut- 

r's ton. Lord 

APudley. 



ary Fiennes. r=Henry Norreys (2nd son), usher of the black 
Trod 18 Hen. VIIL, esquire of the body to 
king, a gent, of the privy chamber, hanged 
/K14 May, J536, attainted same year, 
A, 
continued on opposite page. 

[ 70] 



John Norreys, 
of the ' ■ 
VIII., 



sesqiii 
to He 



Our Noble and Gentle Families. 



coniiniied/rom opposite page. 
Mary Fiennes=r=Henry Norreys. 



Sir Henry Norreys, of Wytham, : 
knighted at Rycote, 1566, sumr 
parlt. as Baron Norreys of Rycote 



:Margery,yst.dau.and Sir George Carew, Knt. (ist hus-= 
co-heir of Jno., Baron band), of Mohuns Ottery, drowned in 
Williams, of Thame. the Mary Rose, 37 Hen. VIII., s.p. 



William, marshal of Berwick, m. 
EUzabetJi, dau. of Sir Richard 
Morrison, Knt., died in his 
father's lifetime.^ 



Sir John Norreys, M.P. 
CO. Cork 1585, president 
ofthe Council of Muuster, of O: 



Henry, Sir Thomas Norreys,=pBn 



Edward, 

governor a. s.p. presiaentoi iviunsier, 1 01 oir yvuiiitm i,ittiii 1 
id, M.P. CO. Limerick Kingsmill, Kt. tany. 

1585. 



Francis, cr. Earl==Bridget de 
ofBerkshire,etc.,TVere, dau. . ' 
28 Jan. 1620, d. Edward Ea 
X623. /Kof Oxford. 

Earls of Abingdon. 



1620, M.P. Petersfield 1623 and 1625, d. 



=Mary (2nd wife), relict ist of 
Sir Francis Ruish, and 2ndly 
of Raloh Gifford, Esq., dau. 
and heir of Sir Henry Duke, o£ 
Castlejordan, CO. Meatb, Knt. 



William Jephson, sold=pAlicia, dau. Norreys Jeph-=j=Eleanor, dau. of Sir Bridget (ist wife), dau.=; 

the Froyle estate, M.P. I of Sir John son, col. in the I Henry Colley, of ofRichard Boyle, D.D., 

Stockbridge 1640, etc. ^j^Denham. army. ^Castle Carbery. Archbp. of Tuam. the array. 

Sir Chas. D. O. Jephson-Norreys, Bart. 



William Jephson, Dean 


Michael 


John Jephson, MaryJcph.=Sir Patrick 


of Lismore 16,0, a„- 












Mounteney Jephson, 


Patrick's, 


Maguire, of d. 19 Jan. 24 May 1713. 






Limerick. 1748. 


Foster's Baronetage). 


1694- 





Elizabeth Jeph-==Sir John Topham, 
son (2nd wife), I of Dublin, Knt.. a 
m. 1st to Wil- [ master inChancery, 
liam Beckett, d. | IreIand,M.P. New- 
Oct. 1692. 



I Limavady i6g; 
J3, d. sApl. 169I 



1698. 



Catherine, m. 
to Col. Wm. 
Richardson, 
of Rich Hill, 



Penelope Topham, named i 



r father's will 19 July, 1697, the 
lear sister" (wife of Sir Patrick 
nessed by John and William Je 



o. Cork, elder 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
/ill dated 13 May, 1754, proved 



Topham Elizabeth-pRow 

Coltl * " " ■ ■ " 

d. y 



1750, proveti 17 



Kerry, his 
July foil. 



id Penelope, marriage settIement=pGeorge Dunscombe, of Mount 

r. 10 Feb. 1738, buried 19 Jan. . Desert, co. Cork, baptized 28 

1781. /I^May, 1712, buried 4 Jan. 1752. 



Rowland Bate- CoUhurst 
man.of OakPark, Bateman, 
M.P., m. 1758 of Bed- 
Letitia, eldest ford Ho., 
dau. of Sir The 
niasDenny,Knt, 
ofTralee.= 

A 



Listo- Stoughton,< 
:!.= Rattoo.= 

A A 



lope (2nd 

175S. d- 
Sept. 
1789. 



tray, CO. knight, of 

Water- Glyn.= 

ford, d. 1 

Apl. 1768. '^ 



Sarah, m, Frances, m. Jane, m. 

to Rev. to Pierce Mar. 1770, to 

Dr.Barry, Crosbie, RichardDuns- 

ofCork.= of Bally- combe, Esq., 

^ heigue.s= ofCork.s= 
A A 



Richard GriceSmyth,==Mary Brodrick, John Smyth, of Rowland, Elizabeth.m. FrancisGardenCamp-^Peneloi 
Smyth, of Ballyna- dau.andco-heirof Temple Michael, d. unm. to Sir Hy. bell, Esq. (ist hus- Smyth, 



Pene!ope=:Maj.-Ge 



tray, d. 18 I Henry Mitchi 
Jan. i8r<, Esq.,ofMitche 
aged 54. I Fort, co. Cork 



Richard Smyth, of Henry Mitchell=-Priscil 
Ballynatray, m. Hon. Smyth, of Castle | denhai 
Harriet St.Leger,2nd Widenha: 



of Hayes, 
Visct. Doneraile, and 
d. 19 Apl. 1858.= 



m, CO. I ; 
1850. ' 



Wi- Grice Blakeney, Lt.-Genl. Sir 
dau. in holy orders, d. JohnRowIand 
■Jno. unm. 18 July, Smyth,K.c.B., Walhs. of H.l.H. Charle 
Cas- 1864. col. 6th Dra- Diishane.=. FerdinandBour- 

goon Gds.=p i bon, Prince of 



A 



Capu 



Charlotte 

Jan. i'848 to 
Hon. Charles 
Wm. Moore.= 

A 



I Grice Richd. 

Smyth,b.QNov. 

1827, d. 19 Jan. 

i86i. 

3 Percy Cha<;., 

b. 13 Jan. .836, 

It. g7th regt., 

fellatLucknow. 



Henry John Widenham 
Smyth, of Castle Widen- 
ham, b. 13 Feb. 1834, m. 
1864 Emily Mary, dau. of 
late A. W. Robarts, Esq., 



Elizabeth Cathe- Penelope, died , 
line, m. 3 March, May, 1868, m. 2. 
1849, to John Aug.i"' 



Mary, m. 25 June, 18 
to Edward Shelley, 

Avington Ho., Han . .,. . 

heir presumptive to his Ashton Glover, milian Grant, for- 
coz. Sir Percy F. Shel- Esq.,of Copsewood, merly ofthe Lan- 
ky, Bart. CO. Cork.= cers and 2nd Life 
I Guards. 



Gertrude, 

"'40'toWiU 
liam Lewis, 
ist Lord 
Dinorbec. 



Pnsdlla, 
m. i868,.to 
Col. Bache 

Harpur 
Heathcote, 
of Raleigh, 



John Henry Glover, b. 10 Eliza Penelope. 

Oct. 1854, d. Feb. 1855. Mary Priscilla, 

Henry Glover, b. 8 June, to Samuel, 3rd s 

1856, d. 7 July, 1866. whom she divoi 



ances.d.io Adelaide(Glover).: 
:c. 1854. m. 26 Aug. 1879. 

n'Tsss. 



la 



3ld Ernest 
lyon Otway, 
son of Capt. 
,oftus-Otway. 



Georgina Frances Otway (Otway). Muriel Augusta Victoria Otway (Olway). 



C 7^ ] 



♦• The + Descent + ob •<♦- 



Arthur Hugh Dalrymple Prendergastj 

OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW, 

FROM THE 



OBIooti iRopal 




of Cnglanti. 



Edward I., crowned i9=T=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

=Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
Hereford, etc. {2nd husband), 
fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
March, 1321. 



John, Count=EUzabeth,= 
of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (ist bus- I3l6,aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 

James Butler, Earl of= 
Carrick and Earl of Or- 
monde (1st husband), 
d. 6 June, 1337. 



Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 

de worth (2nd husband), 

Bohun. had summons to parlt. 

13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of^pElizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. I Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
Robert Hereford. 



Eleanor Butler, m. 1359, ■ 
1392. 



=Gerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
mond, lord justiceof Ireland, 
1370. 



James FitzMaurice, 7th=j=Mary, eldest dau. of Ulick 
Earl of Desmond. de Burgo, MacWilliam 

I Fighter. 



Thomas, 8th Earl of Des-=f=Ellice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
mond, lord deputy 1462-7, John, Lord Barry of Butte- 
beheaded 15 Feb. 1467-8. | vant. 



Thomas, 12th Earl of Des-=f= Gyles (ist wife), dau. of 
mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Cormac Macarthy, 9th Lord 
I of Muskerry. 



Maurice FitzThomas, onIy=j=Joane, dau. of John Fitz- 

son, d. 1529. /^Gibbon, the "White Knt." 

A, 

continued above. 



continued from helow. 
Maurice FitzThomas=f=Joane FitzGibbon. 



James, 13th Earl of Des- Ellen (2nd=f=Thomas Butler, 

mond.=p wife). Baron of Cahir, 

A I d. 1557- 



Joan Butler, co-heir to her=j=JeffreyPrendergast, of New- 



half-brother Edmund : 
barony of Cahir. 



castle, CO. Waterford, d. 12 
March, 1615. 



Thomas Prendergast, of=i=Eleanor Butler (ist wife), 
Newcastle, d. I March, sister of Walter, nth Earl 
1626. of Ormonde. 



James, Rober 
slain have d 
1627. 



Edmond Prendergast, 
Newcastle, by confirm; 
1639, etc., etc.=i= 



Jeffl-ey.=j= Thomas Prendergast, =f Eleanor, dau. and co- 
A of Croane, d. 1725. heir of David Condon. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, co. Jeffrey, of=pMargaret, dau. of 

Galway, Bart.=f= Crohane, William Daniel, 

A d. 1735. Esq. 



Thomas Prendergast, of=j=Mary, only dau. and heir of 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp., d. I John Keating, of Roches- 
8 May, 1761, aged 58. town Castle, co. Tipp., a 

I baron of the Exchequer. 



Thomas, dep. registrar 
of theCourt of Chancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. 1802, 
aged 83. 



=Jane, dau. of S. John Pren- 
Gordon, of Spring dergast.=i= 
Garden, CO. Water- A 

ford. m. 1757, d. 
19 April, 1S18. 



Thomas Prender- 
gast, B.A., M.P. 
Castlemartyr 
1796-7, Clona- 
kilty 1 798- 1 800, 
m. andd. 10 Dec. 



FrancisPrender- Sir JefiVey Pren- 
gast, registrar dergast. It. -genl. 



courtofchancery, 
Ireland, married 
twice, and d. 31 
May, 1846.=!= 
A 



inthearmy,mili- 
tary auditor- 
genl. Madras, b. 
28 Nov. 1769, d. 
4 July, 1856. 



Elizabeth, dau. Guy Lenox Pren- 

of Hew Dal- dergast. Bo. C.S., 

ryniple,Esq.,of M.P. Lymington 

Nunraw, m. 3 1826-7, m. andd. 

Oct. 1804, d. 21 Feb. 1845.=?= 
30 Nov. 1863. A 



Stephen Gordon Other 
Prendergast.major issue 
84th regt.. m. and (p. 82 
d.ilMarch, 1847. etseq). 

A 



Harris Prendergast,=f Hannah M. E., dau. Thqpias Prender- 



Q.C., bencher of 
Lincoln's Inn, b. 31 
July, 1S05, d. 30 
Sept. 1S7S. 



of Rev. Thos. Fry, 
rector of Emberton, 
m. II Aug. 1S32, d. 
25 April, 1859. 



g:\st, Madras C.S. 
(retd.), man'ied 
twice, and has 
issue. 



John Dalrym- William Grant Pren- Dorothea, d. 

pie Prender- dergast. It. -col. Bengal unmarried 3 

gast, b. 20 cavalry, m. and d. s.p. Dec. 1862. 

March, 1809, 15 Sept. 1858. 
unmarried. 



Arthur Hugh Dalrymple=Augusta Ellis, eldest dau. Chas. Middleton.capL 

Prendergast, bar.-at-law of late William Stedman, 52nd light infantry, d. 

Inner Temple 1859, b. 28 Esq., of Horsham, m. 3 uum. 17 AprU, 1867. 
June, 1833 (see p. 78). Aug. 1876. 



Dora Elisabeth 
Lindsay. 



Alice Margaret 
Dalrymple. 



[P] 




PRENDERGAST, JOHN PATRICK, of 
Dublin, bar.-at-law King's Inns 1830, 
admitted to the Middle Temple 14 Nov., 1828, 
B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1828, author of The 
Cromwellian Settlement of Irelatid; i8th in 
DESCENT FROM EDWARD I. ; torn 7 March, 1808; 
married at Loughgall, co. Armagh, i Sept., 1838, 
Caroline, 2nd daughter of George Ensor, of 
Ardress, co. Armagh; she died 8 Feb., 1875, 
buried in Mount Jerome Cemetery, near Dublin, 
leaving an only sur\'iving son, 

[1] Francis Ensor, of Newton Highlands, Massachusetts, 

B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, i860, C.E., born 28 Oct., 

1S41 ; married 2CvAug., 1873, Mary Abbie Childs, of 

Heiiniker, New Hampshire, and has 3 sons and a 

daughter. 

Jeffry Joseph, born 31 Aug., 1875 ; Frederic Francis, 

bora I July, 1S78 ; John Paul, bom 18 Nov., 1881 ; 

Lucretia, born 21 May, 1880. 




The Descent of 
the prendergast family 

FROM 

THE Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor ; bom at Westminster 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos 1254, created 
earl of Chester ; crowned 
at Westminster 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in W^estminster Abbey; by his 1st wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 




"PLIZABETH, died 5 May, 1316, aged32; she 
■t-> married 1st to John, Count of Holland and 
Zealand, and Lord of Friesland, who died s.p. ; 
she re-married to Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
Hereford and Essex, Lord of Brecknock, and 
constable of England ; served in the wars against 
Scotland, taken prisoner at the battle of Strj'velin 
7 Edward II., was exchanged for the wife of 
Robert Bruce ; he fell at the battle of Borough- 
bridge, Yorks, 16 March, 132 1, leaving, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

T7 LEANOR DE BOHUN, married ist, 1327, to 
-t-- James Butler, Eari of Carrick (eldest son of 
Edmund Butler, created Earl of Carrick 1 Sept., 
1315), created Earl of Ormond 2 Nov., 1328; 
founded the friary of Carrickbeg-on-the-Suir 
1336 ; he died 6 Jan., 1337, buried at Waterford ; 
she re-married before 1344 to Sir Thomas de Dag- 
worth, the celebrated warrior who brought Charles 
de Blois, Duke of Britany, a prisoner to the Tower, 
21 Edward III., had summons to parliament 13 
Nov., 1347, had a son, Nicholas; by her 1st 
husband she had, with a daughter, Petronilla, 
1st wife of Gilbert, Lord Talbot, a son, 

AMES BUTLER, 2nd Earl of Ormond, lord- 



TAIV 
J J 



justice of Ireland 1359, 1360, lord-deputy to 
thelord-lieut., Duke of Clarence, 1364, lord-justice 
1376, constable of Dublin Castle 1372, summoned 
to the parliaments held by Richard II. ; born at 
Kilkenny 4 Oct., 1331 ; died in his castle of 
Knocktopher 18 Oct., 1382-3; he married Eliza- 
beth, daughter of his guardian. Sir John Darcy, 
lord-justice of Ireland (she re-married to Sir 
Robert Hereford), and had, with other issue, a 
daughter, 

ELEANOR BUTLER, had for her portion the 
Barony of Inchiquin, in Imokilly; died 1392, 
having married, 1359, to Gerald, "the poet," 4th 
Earl of Desmond, lord-justice of Ireland 1370 ; 
disappeared in 1398, said to have been slain by 
O'Brien, in Thomond, and had, with other issue, 
a son, 

JAMES FITZMAURICE, 7th Earl of Desmond, 
obtained from the crown an exemption from 



serving as a lord of parliament, 11 Aug., 1445, 
constable of the castle of Limerick for life, 1423; 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



he and the Earl of Ormond were godfathers to 
George, Duke of Clarence ; he married Mary, 
eldest daughter of Ulick de Burgo MacWilliam 
Eighter, and died at Mocollop, buried at Youghal 
1462, having had, with other issue, a son, 

THOMAS, 8th Earl of Desmond, lord-deputy 
of Ireland to George, Duke of Clarence, 
1462 to 1467, founder of the college of Youghal 
1464, tried for high treason before the parliament 
at Drogheda, under John Tiptoft, Earl of Worces- 
ter, for extorting " coyn and livery," convicted 
and beheaded at Drogheda, 15 Feb., 1467-8, aged 
42 ; he married Ellice, or Elizabeth, daughter of 
John Lord Barry of Buttevant, and had, with 
other issue, a son, 

THOMAS, I2th Earl of Desmond, commonly 
called Thomas Maol— z'.e. Calvus, Bald (3rd 
son) ; died at Rathkeale 1534, aged 80, buried at 
Youghal ; married ist, Gyles, daughter of Cormac 
MacCarthy, gth Lord of Muskeny ; he married 
2ndly, Catherine (the famous "old Countess of 
Desmond"), daughter of John FitzGarret, lord 
of the Decies ; she died 1604, leaving an only 
daughter ; by his ist wife he had a son, 

MAURICE FITZTHOMAS, only son and 
heir, died of the plague 1529; he married 
Joane, daughter of John Fitzgibbon, the "White 
Knight," and had a son and daughter. 

[1] James, 13th Earl of Desmond, educated at the court 
of Henry VIII., called the "Court Page"; slain at 
Leacun Sgail, in Kerry, 19 March, 1540 ; he married 
Mary, daughter of Cormac Oge, Lord of Muskery, and 
had a daughter, Judith, died 1565. 

[2] Ellen, sole heir of her brother, married, as 2nd wife, 
to Thomas Butler, Baron of Cahir, so created to heirs 
male 10 Nov., 1543 ; he died , 1557, leaving 

2 daughters, of whom the elder, 

JOAN BUTLER, co-heir to the barony of her 
half-brother Edmund, 2nd Baron Cahir, mar- 
ried to Jeffrey Prendergast (brother of Edmond, 
M.P. Tipperary 1585, son of James FitzThomas 
Prendergast, of Newcastle, by his wife Eleanor, 
daughter of Sir John Grace, of Courtstown), of 
Newcastle, co. Waterford ; this lordship came 
into the possession of William de Prendergast by 
exchange, in 1230; he died 12 March, 1615, having 
had 4 sons, of whom the eldest, 



THOMAS PRENDERGAST, of Newcastle, co. 
Waterford; at the request of Queen Elizabeth 
he joined in a surrender of the title and estate of 
Cahir to Sir Theobald Butler, to whom the title 
was re-granted (became extinct with death of the 
last Earl of Glengall) ; he died i March, 1626, 
having married ist, Eleanor Butler, sister of 
Walter, nth Earl of Ormonde ; he married 2ndly, 
EUen, daughter of Nicholas White, Esq., and 

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had a daughter, Margaret ; by his ist wife he had 
3 sons. 

[1] James, claimed the barony of Cahir, his grandmother 
having become sole heir (in her issue) of her father, the 
original grantee ; married Catherine, daughter of Sir 
John Fitzgerald, of Dromany, co. Waterford ; he was slain 
by Edmund, 3rd Lord Dunboyne, 12 Dec, 1627, buried 
in the monastery of St. Francis in Clonmell. 
[2] Robert, said to have died s.p. (James, son of Robert, 
buried at St. Nicholas, Dublin, 15 Sept., 1699). 
[3] Edmond, of Newcastle, co. Waterford, of which he 
had a confirmation by the commission of grace 1639, 
ratified by act of parliament 1641, Cromwell, however, 
seized his estates, and his castles were dismantled ; he 
had 2 sons. y 

(1) Jeffrey, withdrew to France and the court of 
James IL, and had issue; and (2) Thomas, of whom 
next. 

THOMAS PRENDERGAST, of Croane (son 
of Edmond, last named), married Eleanor, 
daughter and co-heir of David Condon, Esq., and 
died 1725 (he is said to have been upwards of 100 
years old at his death), having had 4 sons. 

[1] John, inherited the properties of Newcastle and 
Mullagh ; married Miss Walsh, and had issue. 
[2] James, inherited the properties of Crohane and 
Trehans ; manried Miss Uniacke, and had issue. 
[3] Sir Thomas, of Gort, co. Galway, repurchased the 
forfeited estates of MuUough and Croane 1703, created a 
baronet 15 July, 1699, for revealing an Irish design to 
murder William III., and received a grant of 7,682 acres 
in CO. Galway, together with a regrant of certain for- 
feited lands, col. of foot, M.P. Monaghan 1703, until 
killed at the battle of Taniers, 11 Sept., 1709; be 
married 1697, Penelope, only daughter of Pleruy Cadogan, 
Esq., and sister of William, Ist Earl Cadogan, and had a 
son and 3 daughters. 

(1) Sir Thomas, of Gort, 2nd bart., P.C, M.P. Clon- 
mell 1733-60, postmaster-gen. Ireland, M.P. Chichester 
in English parliament 1733, nominated Viscount Clon- 
mell, but died s.p. 23 Sept., 1760, before the patent was 
completed ; he married II Jan., 1739, Anne (maid of 
honour to Queen Caroline), daughter of Sir Griffith 
Williams, Bart., of Marie, co. Carnarvon, co-heir of her 
brother Sir Robert Williams, 7th bart. ; she re-married 
to Capt. Terence Prendergast. 

(2) Juliana, died 12 Dec, 1758, having married II 
Dec, 1731, to Chaworth, 6th Earl of Meath, M.P. co. 
Dublin 1713-14, P.C. ; he died s.p. 14 May, 1763. 

(3) Elizabeth, married 1st to Sir Jolin Dixon-Hamon, 
or Ilammam, of Woodhill, co. Cork, bart., so created 
19 Nov., 1727, died s.p. ; she re-married 21 Nov., 
1728, to Charles Smyth, Esq. (eldest surviving son of 
Thomas Smyth, Bishop of Limerick), M.P. city of 
Limerick 1731-60, 1761-8, 1768-76 ; he died 18 Aug., 
1784, leaving issue (see Foster's Pierage, V. GORT). 

(4) Anne, married to Samuel Hobson, of Muckridge, 
capt. 33rd foot, and had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Thomas, and [2] James, both died captains in the 



[3] Elizabeth, married to Jeffrey, son of Thomas 

Prendergast (see below). 
[4] Jeffrey, of Crohane, or Croane, married Margaret, 
daughter of William Daniel, Esq., and died 1735, having 
had 4 sons and 3 daughters (a). 

(la) Edmond (Prendergast), married Helen Uniacke, 
of CO. Cork, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Teffrey, died s.p. 

[2] Uniacke. 

[3] Ellen, married to Thomas Robert Moore, of 

Ardmagh, co. Tipperary. 



♦• The + Descent + ob •♦ 



Lt.-Col. James Henry Prendergast, 



29th MADRAS NATIVE INFANTRY, 



OBIooD JRogal 




of CnglanD» 



Edward I., crowned i9=i=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 



d. 7 July, 1307. 

John, Count=Elizabeth,= 
of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (ist bus- I3i6,aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 



Castile, d. 27 Nov. 

Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
March, 1321. 



James Butler, Earl of=j=Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 
Carrick and Earl of Or- I de worth (2nd husband), 
monde (1st husband), Bohun. had summons to park. 
d. 6 June, 1337. 13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=i=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
Robert Hereford. 



=Gerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
mond, lord justice of Ireland, 
1370. 



Eleanor Butler, m. 1359, d. 
1392- 



James FitzMaurice, 7th=f Mary, eldest dau. of Ulick 
Earl of Desmond. I de Burgo, Mac William 

I Eighter. 



Thomas, 8th Earl of Des=f EUice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
mond, lord deputy 1462-7, I John, Lord Barry of Butte- 
beheaded 15 Feb. 1467-S. vant. 



Thomas, 1 2th Earl of Des-=f=Gyles (ist wife), dau. of 
mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Cormac Macarthy, 9th Lord 
of Muskerry. 



Maurice FitzThomas, only=j=Joane, dau. of John Fitz- 

son, d. 1529. /^Gibbon, the "White Knt." 

A, 

contimted aboz't. 



continued from below. 
Maurice FitzThomas=j=Joane FitzGibbon. 



James, 13th Earl of Des- Ellen (2nd=j=Thomas Butler, 

mond.=j= wife). Baron of Cahir, 

A d. 1557- 



half-brother Edmund in the 
barony of Cahir. 



her=j=Jeffrey Prendergast, of New- 



castle, CO. Waterford, 
March, 1615. 



Thomas Prendergast, of=j=Eleanor Butler (ist wife), 
Newcastle, d. i March, sister of Walter, nth Earl 
of Ormonde. 



James, Robert, said to Edmond Prendergast, of 
slain have died s.p. Newcastle, by confirmation 

1627. 1639, etc., etc.=r 



Jefrrey.=i= Thomas Prendergast, =j=Eleanor, dau. and 

/t\ of Croane, d. 1725. heir of David Condon. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, 
Galway, Bart.=j= 



Thomas Prendergast, 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp 
8 May, 1761, aged 58. 



Jeffrey, of=j=Margaret, dau. of 
Crohane, William Daniel, 
d. 1735- I Esq. 



^Mai7, only dau. and heir of 
John Keating, of Roches- 
town Castle, CO. Tipp., a 
baron of the Exchequer. 



Thomas, dep. registrar 
of theCourt of Chancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. 1802, 
aged 83. =r 
A 



John Pren-=pSusanna, dau. of 

dergast(ist i Thos.French,alder- 

husband), I man of Youghall, 

d. 1784. she re-m. to Dr. 

Follett. 



Jeffrey Prendergast.=y=Mary Ann, dau. of John John. Jas.Prendergast.majo 
O' Meagher, Esq. Jt'?'"''^' 3^1*^ ''^S'-; 



Richard. i78o,d.S Nov. 1857. 



=Mary, dau. of Wm Stan- Susan, 
borough, ra. 20 June, 1S29, Mary, 
d. 3 April, 1875. Eliza. 



Thomas French Prendergast,=j=Mary, eldest dau. of James Henry Prendergast,=f=Mary Anne, dau. of Rev. Mary, 
major in the army, d. 8 May, Major John Arata. It. -col. 29th regt. Madras I J. Gordon, m. 15 Sept. Maria. 
1854. N.I., b. 7 Jan. 1839. i860, d. I June, 1882. Susan. 



Mary Sophia, m. 17 April, 
1866, to Major Walter Man- 
son, R.E., who d. i879.=f 



Charles Gordon, b. 

18 April, 1864. 
James Anneslej, b, 

19 April, 1868. 

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Ronald Hugh Vereker, 
b. I Nov. 1870. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[4] Barbara, married to John Breading, in the army. 
(8a) THOMAS, of whom presently. 
(3a) James,marriedMary,daughterof Terence M'Grath, 
of Redmondstown, co. Tipperary, and had 6 sons and 
3 daughters. 

[1] Jeffrey. 

[2] Terence, married Anne, widow of Sir Thomas 

Prendergast, aforesaid. 

[3] Thomas, major-general. 

[4] Edmond, married , daughter of Godfrey 

Green, and died s.p. 

[5] John (Dr. John, married 12 July, 1781, M. Chase). 

[6J James. 

[7] Ellinor, married 1st to Chidley Moore, of 

Ardmayle, and 2ndly to Col. John Magrath. 

[8] Margaret. [9] Mary. 

(4a) Jeffrey. 

(6a) Penelope, married to Thomas Green, of Kilmanahan, 
CO. Waterford. 

(6a) Ellen, married to Valentine Browning, of Affane, 
CO. Waterford. 

(7a) Catherine, married to Valentine Prendergast, of 
Holymount, co. Cork. 

THOMAS PRENDERGAST, of Ballinamona, 
CO. Tipperary, married Mary, only daughter 
and heir of John Keating, of Rochestown Castle, 
CO. Tipperary, a baron of the exchequer Ireland ; 
he fell in a duel with Daniel Gahan, Esq., 8 May, 
1761, aged 58, having had 3 sons and 3 daugh- 
ters [b). 

[14] Jeffrey, of Ballinamona, married Elizabeth, daughter 
of Samuel Hobson, of Muckridge, aforesaid, and had a 
son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Thomas, a major, Tipperary militia ; died at Larch 
Grove, near Clonmel, 19 Sept., 1816. 

(2) Ann, married to Rev. William Walker, of Sligo. 

(3) Eliza. 

[24] THOMAS, of whom presently. 

[3*] John, died 1784 ; married Susanna, daughter of 

Thomas French, of Youghall, alderman (she re-married 

to Dr. Follett), and had 5 sons and 3 daughters (c). 

(If-jij Jeffrey, married Mary Ann, daughter of John 

O'Meagher, of Tipperary, Esq., and had 6 sons and 4 

daughters (</). 

\\.d-ic\ John, lieut. in the na\'y ; killed in action 
between H.M. sloop-of-war Avon and an American 
privateer, the Wasp, 2 Sept., 1814 ; married Miss 
O'Brien, of co. Cork, and had a daughter, 

Anna Maria. 
[2ti-/c] Jeffrey, of Gerrylam, co. Tipperary, lieut. 
Clogheen corps of yeomanry, took an active part in 
the suppression of the rebellion of 1798 : died unmar- 
ried 13 March, 1S30. 

[3</-/(-] Thomas French, major in the army, served 
in 89th, 45th, and 17th regts., sometime a captain in 
the service of the Rajah of Nagpore ; died 8 May, 
1854 ; married Mary, eldest daughter of Major John 
Arata, and had 2 daughters. 

(1) Mary Sophia, married 17 April, 1S66, to Major 
Walter Manson, R.E. (son of late Genl. James 
Manson, Bengal army), who died 1879, leaving a 
son and daughter. 

James Arthur Prendergast (Manson), bom 12 
Feb., 1876 ; Dora Prendergast, bom 21 Feb., 
1872. 

(2) Elizabeth Charlotte Ellen. 
[id-jc] Richard, died unmarried. 

\6d-ic] Edward, and [6^-/(r] James, died young. 
VId-ic] Eliza, married to W E Davies, Esq. 

\i<l-ic\ Susan. 

[9d-i:'] Mary Anne, and \\.Od-ic\ Margaret, died un- 
married. 



(2c-sl>) John. 

(Zc-jli) Thomas, married tuice, and died s.p. 
iic-jb) Richard. 

(5(--j('') James, major 36th regt., served under Welling- 
ton in the Peninsula, several times wounded, war 
medal with five clasps, born 24 Nov., 1780; died S 
Nov., 1857 ; married 20 June, 1829, Mary, daughter of 
William Stanborough ; she died 3 April, 1875, having 
had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] John, bora 10 April, died 27 May, 1830. 
[3] James Henry (Prendergast), It. -col. 29th Madras 
N.I., bora 7 Jan., 1S39 ; married 15 Sept., i860, 
Mary Ar.ne, daughter of Rev. James Gordon ; she 
died I June, 1SS2. leaving 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Charles Gordon, cadet R.M. Coll., Sand- 
hurst, born iS April, 1S64. 

(2) James Annesley. born 19 April. 1868. 

(3) Ronald Hugh Vereker, born I Nov., 1S70. 
(4> Eva Mary. 

(5) Ella Theresa Florence. 
[3] Thomas French, bom 6 Oct., 1841 ; died 30 
July, i860. 

[4] John William, bom lo Aug., 1844 ; <i'e<i ""- 
married 14 July, 1877. 

[5] Mary. [6] Maria. [7] Susan Theresa. 

(Gr-j^) Susan (Mrs. Vowell), had a son, Richard, of 
Dublin, solicitor. 
{tc-jb) Mary. 

[ic-jb) Eliza (Mrs. Horton), went to America. 
[4/5] Margaret, married to Francis Ryan. 
\bli\ Catherine, married to Philip Ryan. 
[6(5] Mary, married to her cousin, Charles Prendergast. 



THOMAS PRENDERGAST, of Dublin, deputy- 
registrar of the Court of Chancery, died in 
Dublin 5 Jan., 1802, aged 83, buried in Bride's 
Church burying-ground ; he married 1757, Jane 
(then aged 14), daughter of Samuel Gordon, of 
Spring Garden, co. Waterford; she born 15 Aug., 
1743, died at Cannanstown, near Kells, 19 April, 
1818, aged 75, buried with her husband, having 
had 1 1 sons and 8 daughters {e). 

[Ve] Thomas, bom 10 April, 1760 ; died young. 
[2f] John, born 15 May, 1761 ; died young. 
\ie] Edmond, bora 20 March. 1762 ; died unmarried. 
[4c-] Thomas Prendergast, B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1784, M.P. Castlemartyr 1796-7, Clonakilty 1798-1800, 
born 21 July, 1764; died at Genoa 10 Dec, 1830 ; mar- 
ried 12 May, 1792, Charlotte, daughter of Charles O'Neil, 
of Dublin, K.C., M.P.; she died 8 Dec, 1798, leaving 3 

(1) Charies O'Neil, major-genl. in the army 1851, 
served in the Peninsula with the Scots fusilier guards 
1812-14, at battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
siege of and retreat from Burgos, battle of Vittoria, 
sieges of Badajoz and San Sebastian, attack at St. Jean 
de Luz, battle of the Nive, investment of Bayonne, 
etc, born March, 1793, died unmarried 4 Dec, 
1854. 

(2) Thomas, bar.-at-law King's Inns, bom Sept., 
1795; died unmarried 21 Jan., 1852. 

(3) Jeffrey Samuel, sometime of Fortmoy, co. Tippt 
rary, lieut. and capt. 3rd foot guai'ds (Scots fusiliers), 
served at W'aterloo, born Nov., 1797 ; died unmar- 
ried 22 Jan., 18S4. 

[be] Samuel, crown solicitor for Munster ; born 26 Nov., 
1765; died unmarried 25 Sept., 1823, buried at Johns- 
town Park, near Nenagh. 

[St.-] FRANCIS, of whom hereafter (see page 86). 
[7f] Sir Jeffrey, It.-genl. in the army 1846, military 
auditor-genl. at Madras, knighted 18 July, 1838, bom 28 



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♦• Thg DesceDT oe •♦ 

Francis Bruce Simson, Esq., 

OF BROOM HILL, NORTH ANTS, J. P., 



OBIooD JRogal 



Edward I., crowned l9=j=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

John, Count^Elizabeth,=j=Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 




Of Cnglanli. 



of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (1st hus- I3l6,aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 



Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
fell at Boroughbridge, 
March, 1321. 



James Butler, Earl ofN=Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 



Carrick and Earl of Or- 
monde (1st husband), 
d. 6 June, 1337. 



vorth (2nd husband), 
Bohun. had summons to parlt. 
13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=j=EUzabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18001.1382-3. Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
Robert Hereford. 



Eleanor Butler, m. 1359, d.=pGerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
1392. mond,Iordjusticeof Ireland, 

1370- 



7th=i=Mary, eldest dau. of Ulick 
I de Burgo, MacWilliam 
lEig 



Thomas, 8th Earl of Des-= 
mond, lord deputy 1462-7, 
beheaded 15 Feb. 1467-8. 



lighter. 



^Ellice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
John, Lord Barry of Butte- 



Thomas, I2th Earl of Des-=j=Gyles (ist wife), dau. of 
mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Cormac Macarthy, 9th Lord 
of Muskerry. 

Maurice FitzThomas, only=f Joane, dau. of John Fitz- 

son, d. 1529. /KGibbon, the "White Knt." 

A, 

continued above. 



continued from helouK 
Maurice FitzThomas=j=Joane FitzGibbon. 



James, 13th Earl of Des- Ellen (2nd=f Thomas Butler, 

mond.=p wife). I Baron of Cahir, 

A d- 1557. 



Joan Butler, co-heir to her=fJefrreyPrendergast, of New- 
half-brother Edmund in the castle, co. Waterford, d. 12 
barony of Cahir. March, 1615. 



^Eleanor Butler (ist wife), 
sister of Walter, I Ith Earl 
of Ormonde. 



Thomas Prendergast, of= 
Newcastle, d. I March, 



James, Robert, said to Edmond Prendergast, of 
slain have died s.p. Newcastle, by confirmation 

1627. 1639, etc., etc.=f= 



Jeffrey.=j= Thomas Prendergast, =i=Eleanor, dau. and co- 
^ of Croane, d. 1725. heir of David Condon. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, 
Galway, Bart.=f= 
A 



Jeffrey, of=rMargaret, dau. of 
Crohane, I William Daniel, 
d. 1735. I Esq. 



Thomas Prendergast, 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp. 
8 May, 1761, aged 58. 



f^Mary, only dau. and heir of 
John Keating, of Roches- 
town Castle, CO. Tipp., a 
baron of the Exchequer. 



Thomas, dep. reg!strar= 
oftheCourt ofChancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. 1802, 
aged 83. 



Jane, dau. of S. John Pren- 
Gordon, of Spring dergast.=j= 
Garden, CO. Water- A 

ford. m. 1757, d. 
19 April, 1S18. 



Thomas Prender- 
gast, B.A., M.P. 
Castlemartyr 1796- 
97, Clonakilty 179S- 
1800, m. and d. 10 
Dec. 1830. =f 

A 



FrancisPrender- Sir Jeffrey Prender- Dorothy Chris-= 

gast. registrar gast. It.-genl. in the tian (1st wife), 

court of chan- army, military au- dau. of Rev. J. 

eery, Ireland, m. ditor-genl. Madras, S. Lushington, 

twice, and d. 31 b. 28 Nov. 1769, d. M.A.,m. 3Feb. 

May, i846.=r 4 July, 1856. =j= 1801, d. 27 Jly. 

A A 1821. 



=GuyLenoxPren-=f Eliza Emma Other 
dergast.Bo.C.S., (2nd wife), issue 
M.P. Lymington | dau. of Dr. 
1826-7, b.8June, I (j^eve, m. 2 
1773, d. 21 Feb. I July 1822, 
1845. d. 17 Nov. 

I18S3. 



(seep. 
82 et 
seq.). 



Guy Lushington Pren- Charles George, Dora Lushingti 

dergast, Madras C.S. Bo. C.S., b. 10 Prendergast, b. 

1827-59, b. 3 Aug. Feb. 1812, m. and Aug. 1803, 1 

1806, m. twice and had d. 16 Aug. 1851. =F 1824. 
issue (see p. 78). A 



=p WiUiam Paulina Jane, m. 1822 
Simson, to James HUaro Far- 
Bo. C.S., quharson, and d. 28 
1.19 July Feb. 1836. =F 

1853. A 



Mary, m. 1844 
to George Mel- 
ville Swinton, 
Madras C.S. =f= 



Francis Bruce Simson, of Broom Hill, Northants,=fMary,dau.oflateRev. Paulina. Carolme Lush- 
J.P., B.C.S., 1847-72, commisr. of Dacca divi- I J. H. Taylor, m. 6 ington. 

sion, b. 21 Sept. 1827. Jan. 1874. 

Bruce Granville Simson, b. 5 July, 1876. Dora Lushington Simson, b. 27 Oct. 1874. 

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Amy Swinton, 
died young. 



The Descendants of the Kings of 



Nov., 1769 ; died 4 July, 1856, having married 3 Oct., 
1804, Elizabeth, dau;;hter of Hew Dalrymple, Esq., of 
Nunraw, N.B. ; shedied 30 Nov., 1S63, aged 86, having 
had 4 sons and a daughter (/). 

QJ-ye) Harris, Q.C., bencher of Lincoln's Inn, barrister 
1829, born at Madras 31 July, 1805 ; died 30 Sept., 
1878, having married at Emberton, Bucks, II Aug., 
1832, Hannah Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Rev. 
Thomas Fry, rector of Emberton aforesaid (by his 2nd 
wife, Henrietta Middleton) ; she died 25 April, 1859, 
having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Arthur Hugh Dalrymple, bar.-at-law Inner 
Temple 1859, born 28 June, 1833 ; married 3 Aug., 
1876, Augusta Ellii, eldest daughter of late William 
Stedman, Esq., of Horsham, Sussex. 
[2] Charles Middleton, capt. 52nd L.I., born 19 
Jane, 1840 ; died unmarried at Genoa 17 April, 
1867. 

[3] Dora Elizabeth Lindsay, born 11 Jan., 1835. 
[4] Alice Margaret Dalrymple, born 6 Oct., 1849. 
(2/-7«) Thomas, Madras C.S., retired, author of the 
Mastery of Languages ; born 28 Feb., 1807 : mar- 
ried 1st, 7 July, 1828, Caroline Lucy, 3rd daughter 
of Marton Dalrymple, Esq., and 1st cousin of John, 8th 
Earl of Stair; she died 15 Nov., 1839; he married 
2ndly, 2 Sept., 1868, Theresa Charlotte, daughter of 
Charles Drummond, Esq. (see Viscount Strathallan, 
in Foster's Peerage'); by his ist wife he had 2 sons and 
a daughter. 

[1] Hew Lindsay, lieut.-col. Madras R.E. ; born 29 
April, 1831; married at Madras 16 Nov., 1854, 
Margaret A., eldest daughter of Charles Cambie, Esq., 
of Castletown, near Borrisokane, co. Tipperary, and 
has had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

Theodore John Warrender, lieut. R.E. (Bombay), 

1877, born 3 Feb., 1858 ; William Henry, born 30 

Oct., 1S65, died young ; Hew ; Caroline Frances 

Dalrymple ; Gertrude Agnes (now Mrs. Laffan) ; 

Augusta Jane. 

[2] Harry North Dalrymple, V.C, C.B., major-genl. 

in the army, col. R.E., commanded division Mailras 

army, served in Persia, 1857, in Indian mutiny, and 

in Abyssinia 1867 ; hon. A.D.C.to viceroy of India 

1880; born 15 Oct., 1834; married II Oct., 1S64, 

EmiUe Rachel, daughter of Frederick Simpson, Esq., 

and has 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

Harry Young Dalrymple ; George William Yel- 
verton; Herbert, born 15 March, 1878; Amy 
Louisa Caroline ; Fanny Bertha ; Theresa Ella 
Drummond ; Maude Dora Josephine. 
[3] Fanny Elizabeth, born Sept., 1829; died 
unmarried 30 Nov., 1852. 
(3/-7<.') John Dalrymple, formerly paymaster-general's 
office, bom 20 March, 1809 ; unmarried. 
(4/-7e) William Grant, lieut.-col. Bengal cavalry; bom 
24 June, 1815 ;died 15 Sept., 1S58, having married 30 
Sept., 1857, Eliza, youngest daughter of late John T. 
Hensley, of London, s.p. 

(5/-7e') Dorothea Charlotte Warrender, born 7 Feb., 
1808 ; died unmarried 3 Dec, 1862. 
\ie\ Guy Lenox (Prendergast), M.P. Lymington, Hants, 
1826-7, Bombay C.S. resident at Baroda, member of 
council Bombay ; born 8 June, 1773 ; died 21 Feb., 1845 ; 
he married ist, at Ramnad, East Indies, 3 Feb., iSoi, 
Dorothy Christian, daughter of Rev. James Stephen 
Lushington, M.A., of Rodmersham, Kent (see vol. iii.) , 
she died 27 July, 1821, having had 4 sons and 3 daugh- 
ters (,§•). 

O-g-Se') Welbore Ellis, born at Surat, 22 Oct., 1801 ; 
died there 25 March, 1802. 

iig-Se) GuyLushington, Madras C.S. 1827-59, assistant 
resident at Mysore, head assistant to the registrar of 
court of Sudr, etc., at Madras, deputy registrar, account- 
ant general at Madras ; educated at Harrow and Trin. 
Coll., Cam. ; author of a concordance to Milton and to 



[78] 



Homers Iliad, etc., etc. ; bom at Broach, E.I., 3 Aug., 
1806 ; married Ist, at Madras, 11 Feb., 1830, Catherine 
Jane, daughter of Sir James Annesley, of the Madras 
medical establishment; she died 10 Aug., 1839; he 
married 2ndly, at Madras, 8 March, 1854, his 2nd 
cousin, Elizabeth Sophia, daughter of Gen. William 
Justice, Madras army (see fast) ; by his 1st wife he 
had 4 sons and a daughter. 

[IJ Reynolds Stephen James, lieut.-col. 2nd Madras 
cavalry; born at Madras 22 Nov., 1830. 
[2] :Guy Annesley, lieut.-col. comd. 15th Bengal 
cavalry, served in the Indian mutiny ; born at the 
Cape of Good Hope II March, 1834; married at 
Peshawur 15 April, 1858, Catherine Cortlandt, 
daughter of late Major P. Cortlandt Anderson, Bengal 
army, s.p. 

[3] Maunsell Mark, major 4th Bengal cavalry, served 
in the Indian mutiny at siege and capture of Luck- 
now, wounded; born 13 Dec, 1836; married at 
Benares, 4 April, 1861, Eliza Ann, daughter of late 
Col. Aubert, of the Bengal cavalry, and has had 3 
daughters. 

(1) Amy Gertrude, born 13, died 22, May, 1862. 

(2) Ella Beatrice, born 22 June, 1863 ; married 
at Muree, 17 Sept., 1883, to Francis Edward 
Cooper, R.A. 

(3) Catherine May, born 23 Jan., 1865. 

[4] James Lushington, born in London 4 Sept., 
1836 ; died 29 July, 1839. 

[5] Lucy Dora, born at Madras 22 Jan., and died 
28 Oct., 1832. 
(3^-&) Charles George, Bombay C.S., bora in London 
10 Feb., 1812; died 16 Aug., 1S51, having married 
1842-3, Helen Flora, daughter of Major John Nixon 
(granddaughter of Genl. Sir Eccles Nixon) ; she died 7 
Dec, 1881, having had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Charles Lewis, major Bengal army, bora 15 Oct., 

1843. 

[2] William Miles, capt. Worcestershire (29th) regt., 

bom 28 April, 1845 ; married 15 Nov., 1876, Maria 

Louisa, 3rd daughter of Col. Edmund Sissmore, 

E.I.C.S., and has a daughter. 

Marie Antoinette, born 22 Aug., 1877. 
[3] Helen. 
[4] RosettaMay. 

[5] Paulina Georgina Mary, died young, 2 Aug., 1811. 
(J^g-Se) Alexander James, born at Surat 12 Sept., 1875, 
died at sea ; unmarried 1840. 

(hg-Se') Dora Lushington, born at Surat 6 Aug., 1803; 
married , 1824, to William Simson, Bombay C.S. ;' 
he died 19 July, 1853, having had a son and 2 daugh- 
ters. 

[1] Francis Bruce SiMSON, of Broom Hill, North- 
ants, J. P., B.C.S. 1847-72, commissioner of Dacca 
division, born 21 Sept., 1827 ; married 6 Jan., 1874, 
Mary, daughter of late Rev. J. H. Taylor, and has a 
son and daughter. 

Bruce Granville (Simson), born 5 July, 1876 j 
Dora Lushington, born 27 Oct., 1874. 
[2] Paulina (Simson). 
[3] Caroline Lushington. 
{\g-Sc) Paulina Jane, born at Surat 7 March, 1805 ; 
died 28 Feb., 1836, aged 31, having married , 

1822, to James Hilaro Farquharson, of Bombay C.S. ; 
he died Nov., 1833, having had a son and 4 daugh- 
ters [h). 

\\h-6g\ Lenox James Farquharson, major-genl. 
Bengal anny, retired 1878, having joined 6th Bengal 
light cav. in 1S40, served in Punjab campaign 1848-9, 
at battle of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, medal and 
clasp, served in mutiny 1857, medal, and in the 
Bhootan campaign 1864, medal and clasp ; born 28 
Nov., 1S23; married 15 Oct., 1855, Cornelia Hen- 
(Irike Cornywagen, of Cape Town, and had an only 
daughter, died in infancy, 



♦• THS DeSCGBT OB •♦ 

EMMA, WIFE OF Alexander Clendinning Lambert, EsQ;, 

OF BROOK HILL, CO. MAYO, 



laiooD iaopai 




Edward I., crowned i9=|=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



John, Count=Elizabeth,=i=Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
of Holland, d. 5 May, Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (isthus- 1316, aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band), d. s.p. 32. March, 1321. 

James Butler, Earl of=i=Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 



Carrick and Earl of Or 
monde (ist husband), 
d. 6 June, 1337. 



worth (2nd husband) 
Bohun. had summons to parlt. 
13 Nov. 1347. 

James Butler, 2nd Earl of^Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
Robert Hereford. 



Eleanor Butler, m. 1359, d.=i=Gerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
1392. mond,lordjusticeof Ireland, 

1370- 



James FitzMaurice, 7th=rMary, eldest dau. of Ulick 
Earl of Desmond. I de Burgo, MacWilliam 

I Eighter. 



Thomas, 8th Earl of Des-=f Ellice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
raond, lord deputy 1462-7, 1 John, Lord Barry of Butte- 
beheaded 15 Feb. 1467-8. I vant. 



Thomas, 12th Earl of Des-=rGyles (ist wife), dau. of 
mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Cormac Macarthy, 9th Lord 
I of Muskerry. 



Of CnglanD, 



continued from helow. 
Maurice FitzThomas=rJoane FitzGibbon. 



James, 13th Earl of Des- Ellen (2nd=i=Thomas Butler, 

mond.=i= wife). Baron of Cahir, 

A I d. 1557. 

Joan Butler, co-heir to her=j=JeffreyPrendergast, of New- 
half-brother Edmund in the castle, co. Waterford, d. 12 
barony of Cahir. \ March, 1615. 



Thomas Prendergast, of=f=Eleanor Butler (ist wife), 
Newcastle, d. I March, sister of Walter, nth Earl 
1626. I of Ormonde. 



James, Robert, said to Edmond Prendergast, of 
slain have died s.p. Newcastle, by confirmation 

1627. 1639, etc., etc.n= 



Jeirrey.=p Thomas Prendergast, =f Eleanor, dau. and co- 
A of Croane, d. 1725. heir of David Condon. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, co. Jeffrey, of=i=Margaret, dau. of 

Galwav, Bart.=F Crohane, William Daniel, 

A d. 1735- I Esq. 



Thomas Prendergast, of=f Mary, only dau. and heir of 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp., d. | John Keating, of Roches- 
8 May, 1761, aged ; " 



Castle, CO. Tipp., 
baron of the Exchequer. 



Thomas, dep. registrar- 
oftheCourt ofChancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. 1802, 
aged S3. 



Jane, dau. of S. John Pren- 
Gordon, of Spring dergast.=j= 
Garden, CO. Water- A 

ford. m. 1757, d. 
19 April, 1S18. 



Thomas Prender- FrancisPrender- Sir Jeffrey Prender- 
gast, B.A., M.P. gast, registrar gast, It.-genl. in the 
Castlemartyr 1796- court of chan- army, military au- 
97, Clonakilty 1798- eery, Ireland, m. ditor-genl. Madras, 
l8cxD, m. and d. 10 twice, and d. 31 b. 28 Nov. 1769, d. 
Dec. 1830.=,= May, 1846. =f= 4 J"ly. 1856. y 



Dorothy Chris-- 
tian (ist wife), 
dau. of Rev. J. 
S. Lushington, 
M.A.,m.3Feb. 
1801, d. 27jly. 
1821. 



=Guy Lenox Pren-= 
dergast.Bo.C.S., 
M.P. Lymington 
i826-7,b.8June. 
1773. d. 21 Feb. 
1845. 



=Eli; 



t Emma Other 



(2nd wife). 


issue 


dau. of Dr. 


(seep. 


Grieve, m. 2 


82 et 


July 1S22, 


scq. ). 


d. 17 Nov. 





Lenox Prendergast, col.=pMarion, eldest child Emma,= 
(h.p.) late Royal ScotsGreys, of Neill Malcolm, 
severely wounded at Bala- Esq., of Pollalloch, Sept. 
clava, b. 12 May, 1S30. N.B.,m.24july,lS6o. 



^Alexander Clendin- Louisa Lenox, m. ist to Hon. G. 

ning Lambert, of F.W. Yelverton, whod.s.p. 1S60, 

Brook Hill, co. re-m. 1876 to C. Fetherston- 

Mayo, J. P., D.L. haugh. Esq., of Staffield Hall, 



Cumberland. 



Gerald Neill.lieut.King's 
Royal Rifles, b. 1861. 

Frederick Lenox, lieut. 
K.M.L.L, b. 1862. 

Henry Ralph, b. 1865. 



Edmund James, Joseph Alex. Guy Lenox^IdaMillicent.dai 

b. 10 Feb. 1872. L.imbert, Capt. Bence-Lam- andco-heir of lat 

Eleanor Mary. Queen's Bays, bert, b. 1856. 

Anne Marguerite, b. 7 Apl. 1855. 



Henry Bence, 
Esq., of Thoring- 
ton Hall, Suffolk, 



Florence 
Amy, m. 
1883 to 
Harvey T. 
B. Combe, 
Esq. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



^h-6g\ Mary Caroline ( Farquharson), married 12 
July, 1847, to Major David Davidson, commissary- 
genl. Bombay aniiy ; he died 11 Nov., 1871, having 
had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) James Melville (Davidson), born 3 Feb., 1855; 
married 25 Oct., 1881, Emily Rosa, younger 
daughter of late Rice Richard Clayton, of Hedger- 
ley Park, Bucks, M.P. Aylesbury 1841-7 (see 
Foster's Baronelai^e). 

(2) Henry David, born 7 Feb., i860. 

(3) Arthur Lenox, bom 7 Dec, 1862. 

(4) Mary Paulina. 

(5) Amy Charlotte. 

(6) Ellen Kate, married 24 April, 1878, to 
Laurence Dalgleish, of Pitfierane, Fifeshire. 

\^h-6g'] Ellen Freemantle, died Aug., 1863, having 
married , , to Capt. Henry Holland, 

commissary Bombay army, and had 3 sons and 3 
daughters. 

(1) Henry Lenox, married Hannah Jopp. 

(2) WiUiam. 

(3) Guy Lushington, lieut Liverpool regt., bom 
21 Feb., 1S61. 

(4) Ellen Paulina, married to Edward Lee Warner. 

(5) May. (6) Alice. 

\ih-6g] Dora Lushington, bom I April, 1834 ; mar- 
ried 14 Aug., 1856, to her cousin, George Churchill 
Bartholomew, col. loth regt., retd. 1881, and had 3 
sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) lames (Bartholomew), bom 3 July, 1857. 

(2) John Churchill, born 31 May, 1858. 

(3) Lenox Stacey Farquharson, bom 13 Jan., l856. 

(4) Dora Edith, born 19 April, 1861. 

(5) Ellen Ida, bom 7 June, 1S64. 

(6) Emily Maude Marriott, bom 7 Sept,, 1867. 
\6h-6g\ Helen, died young. 

(Jtg-Sj) Mary, bom at Surat, 4 Nov., 1817 ; married 

, 1S41, to George Melville Swinton, Madras C.S., 
who died at the Cape, . , having had a 

daughter, Amy, died young. 

Guy Lenox Prendergast married 2ndly, 2 July, 
1822, Eliza Emma, daughter of Dr. Grieve, body phy- 
sician to the Emperor Alexander of Russia ; she died 17 
Nov., 1SS3. aged 89. having had a son and 2 daughters (.f)- 
(ig-Si) Lenox, col. (h.p.)late royal Scots Greys, served 
in the Crimean war, severely wounded in the Balaclava 
charge, bom 12 May, 1830; married, 24 July, i860, 
Marion, eldest child of Neill Malcolm, Esq., of Poltal- 
loch, N.B., and has 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

Gerald Neill, lieut. 3rd batt. King's royal rifles, 

bom 7 May, 1861; Frederick Lenox, lieut. R.M.L.I., 

born 3 Aug., 1862 ; Reginald, bom 15 March, 1864; 

Henry Ralph, bom 15 July, 1865 ; Edmund James, 

bora 10 Feb., 1872 ; Eleanor Mary, bom 14 Nov., 

1867 ; Anne Marguerite, bom 30 June, 1869. 

(9g-8e) Emma, married 12 Sept., 1848, to Alexander 

Cleudining Lambert, of Brook Hill, co. Mayo, J. P., 

D.L., treasurer of the county since 1836, and has 2 sons 

and 4 daughters. 

[1] Joseph Alexander L.4MBERT, capt. Queen's Bays 
(2nd dragoon guards), born 7 April, 1855. 
[2] Guy I^nox Bence-Lambert, lieut. 5th batt. the 
royal Dublin fusiliers, born 30 Dec, 1856 ; married 
23 Jan., 1S84, Ida Millicent, daughter and co-heir of 
late Henry Bence. Esq., of Thorington Hall, Suffolk, 
J.P., D.L. 

[3] Emma Mary Louisa. 
[4] Flora Marion. 
[5] Louisa Matilda. 

[6] Florence Amy, married 14 Dec, 1883, to Harvey 
Trewj'then Brabazon Combe, eldest son of Boyce 
Combe, Esq., of Oaklands, Battle, Sussex. 
(lOg-Sc) Louisa Lenox, married 1st, 12 Feb.. 1857, to 
Hon. George Frederick William Yelverton, eldest sur- 
viving son of Viscount Avonmore (see Foster's Peerage) ; 
he died at Ennismore, s.p., 26 Feb., i860; she re- 



married 31 Jan., 1876, to Charles Fetherstonhaugh, 
of Staffield Hall, Cumberland, J.P., D.L. 
[9<?] Stephen Gordon (Prendergast), major 84th regt., 
bom 2 Nov., 1775; died in Paris II March, 1847; he 
married in Bombay 11 Sept., 1809, Frances, daughter of 
C Green, Bombay C.S. ; she died at Dover 7 

June, 1821, having had 2 sons and 7 daughters (J). 
O-j'-ge) Thomas Richard, of the Bombay army, born 4 
June, 1810; died unmarried 12 Jan., 1843. 
(27-9^) Stephen Gordon, lieut. 13th Madras N.I., 
born 30 May, 1821; married, and died 4 Sept., l879(?), 
leaving issue. 

{y-ge) Frances Anne, bom 5 Feb., 1812 ; married II 
Feb., 1832, to Col. Henry Power, Madras army, assist, 
mil. auditor genl. paymaster in Canada, police magis- 
trate Madras (5th son of Sir John Power, Bart., of 
Kilfane, see Foster's Baronetage'); he died 28 Dec, 
1869, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 
[1] Henry Prendergast Power, Madras army, bom 
5 Jan., 1S33 ; died unmarried 19 Jan., 1858. 
[2] William Mackenzie, bom 27 May, 1836. 
[3] Haidee Harriett Frances Gordon, married 30 
April, 1863, to Col. John William Fry, capt. 88th 
and 91st regts., and has 2 daughters. 
(ij-ge) Elizabeth Sophia, born'i May, 1813 ; married 
19 Sept., 1S31, to Genl. William Justice, of 5th Madras 
N. I., who died at Bath 27 Oct., 1868, having had 5 sons 
and 2 daughters {k). 

\).k-4J'\ Henry Annesley (Justice), col. Madras staff 
corps 1877, bom I July, 1832; married II Sept., 
1856, Isabella Caroline, daughter of T Oxley, 

Esq. , of the medical service, and has had a son and 
3 daughters. 

(1) William Napier (Justice), bom 6 Jan., 1858, 
lieut. in the army; killed in action at Kushki 27 
July, 1880. 

(2) Lucy Caroline, bom 8 July, 1861 ; married 8 
July, 1880, to Hugh Ingoldsby Massy, of .Stone- 
ville and Cloughnarold, co. Limerick, capt. 1st 
battalion the Essex (44th) regt. since 18S2 (see 
Foster's Peerage, B. Clarina), and has a son and 
daughter. 

William Ingoldsby Justice (Massy), bom 16 
Feb., 1883; Mary Eva, born 11 May, 1S81. 

(3) Lilla Mabel (Justice), born 16 Aug., 1865. 

(4) Eva, born 5 April, 1871. 

[2/(-^y] William Clive (Justice), C.M.G. 1881, col. in 
the army (h.p.), assistant-adjnt. and quartermaster- 
genl. West Indies, served with 75th regt. during 
Indian mutiny, present at taking of Delhi, comd. 
troops Gold Coast colony 1880, bom 16 April, 1835 ; 
married 9 Sept., 1858, Leila Jane, daughter of Rev. 
W Parker, of Kussoulie, and has had 3 sons 

and 4 daughters. 

(1) Charles Le Gendre (Justice), lieut. Bengal 
staff corps, born 5 Aug., 1S59. 

(2) Clive William, born 26 Aug., 1869. 

(3) Arthur Staveley CUve, bom 28 Feb., died 12 
July, 1881. 

(4) May (twin with Leila), born 27 May, 1863, 
married 19 May, 1881, to Hon. Walter Francis 
Hely-Hutchinson, C.M.G,, chief secretary 10 
Govemor of Malta 1883, colonial secretary Barba- 
dos 1877-83, etc. ; called to the bar of the Inner 
Temple 1877 (2nd .son of Richard John, 4th Earl 
of Donoughmore).'and has had a son and daughter, 

John Walter (Hely-Hutchinson), born 14 Jan., 
1S82; Violet, born 26 July, died 11 Dec, 
1883. 

(5) Leila (twin with May). 

(6) Violet, born 25 Feb., 1866. 

(7) Marian Clive (Justice), bom 17 Oct., 1883. 
[ii-^j] Philip (Justice), major (retd.), born 25 Dec, 
1S42 ; married- 15 Feb., 1882, Maud Beatrice, 
daughter of Major-Genl. Welman, and has a daughter, 

Maud Elizabeth Josephine, bom 2 Dec, 1883. 



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^m Thg Desceofp ob •♦ 

William Clive Justice, C.M.G., 



ASSISTANT ADJUTANT 



IBlooD JRopal 



QUARTERMASTER-GEN. WEST INDIES, 

FROM THE 




Of (JBnglanD. 



Edward T., crowned i9=pEIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274. b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 



John. Count=Elizaheth,= 
of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (ist hus- I3l6,aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 



Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
March, 1321. 



Tames Butler, Earl 
Carrick and Earl of O 
monde (1st husband), 
d. 6 June, 1337- 



of=j=Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 
worth (2nd husband), 
I. had summons to parlt. 
13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=i=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 13S2-3. Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
Robert Hereford. 



Eleanor Butler, m. 1359, d.=j=Gerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
1392. I mond,lordjusticeof Ireland, 



es FitzMaurice, 7th=j=Mary, eldest dau. of Ulick 
: of Desmond. 1 de Burgo, MacWilliam 

I Eighter. 



Thomas, 8th Earl of Des-=f=Ellice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
mond, lord deputy 1462-7, John, Lord Barry of Butte- 
beheaded 15 Feb. 1467-8. | vant. 

Thomas, 12th Earl of Des-=j=Gyles (ist wife) 
Cormac Mac 
of Muskerry, 

Maurice FitzThomas, onIy=f=Joane, dau. of John Fitz- 
son, d. 1529. /KGibbon, the "White Knt." 



mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Cormac Macarthy, 9th Lord 



continued /rom below, 
Maurice FitzThomas=f=Joane FitzGibbon. 



James, 13th Earl of Des- Ellen (2nd=j=Thomas Butler, 

mond.=j= wife). Baron of Cahir, 

A d. 1557. 



Joan Butler, co-heir to her=f=Jeffrey Prendergast,of Ne' 
half-brother Edmund in the castle, co. Waterford, d. 
barony of Cahir. March, 1615. 



Thomas Prendergast, of=j=Eleanor Butler (1st wife), 
Newcastle, d. I March, sister of Walter, nth Earl 
1626. I of Ormonde. 



James, Robert, said to Edmond Prendergast, of 
slain have died s.p. Newcastle, by confirmation 

1627. 1639, etc., etc.=T= 



Jefrrey.=j= Thomas Prendergast, =j=Eleanor, dau. and co- 
/js, of Croane, d. 1725. heir of David Condon. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, co. Jeffrey, of^Margaret, dau. of 
Galway, Bart.=i= Crohane, William Daniel, 

d. 1735. I Esq. 



1 



Thomas Prendergast, of=pMary, only dau. and heir of 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp., d. I John Keating, of Roches- 
8 May, 1761, aged 58. town Castle, co. Tipp., a 

I baron of the Exchequer. 



Thomas, dep. registrar 
of theCourt ofChancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. 1802, 
aged 83. 



Jane, dau. of S. John Pren- 
Gordon, of Spring dergast.=T= 
Garden, CO. Water- /K 

ford. m. 1757, d. 
19 April, iSiS. 



Thomas Prendergast, Francis Prender- Sir Jeffrey Prendergast, 

B.A., MP. Castlemar- gast, registrar court It.-genl. in the army, 

tyr 1796-97, Clonakilty of chancery, Ire- military auditorgenl, 

1798-1800, m. and d. zo land, m. twice, and Madras, b. 28 Nov. 

Dec. 1830.= d. 31 May, 1846.= 1769, d. 4 July, 1856.= 



Guy Leno.v Prende: 



A 



Stephen Gordon 
Prendergast, ma- 
jor 84th regt. b.2 
Nov. J775, d- " 
March, 1S47. 



0th 



Thomas Richard, d. 1843. 
Stephen Gordon, lieut. I3lh 

Madras N.I., d. 4 Sept. 

1879. 



Elizabeth ==Gen. William Jane Prendergast,=pLt.-CoI. 
Sophia, m. I Justice, of 5th m. =7 Jan. 1834. Roberts, 



A 



d. J7 0c 



1868. 



Henry Annesley William Clive Justice,— Leila Jane, 

Justice, col. Ma- C.M.G., col. in theTdau. of Rev. 

dras staff, ra. 1856 army, A.A.andQ.M.G I W. Parker, 

Isabella, dau. of West Indies, comd. ofKussoulie, 

T, Oxley,Esq.= troops in Gold Coast m. 9 Sept. 

A colony 1880. I 1858. 



Robertjustice, 
m. 1877, Elsie, 
dau. of W.Ro- 
binson, Esq., 
of Natal. = 
A 



Elizabeth S., m. Caroline 

1854 to Guy Lenox 6 June, 

Prendergast, Esq. Francis 

Peplow 

High 



Charles Le Gendre Jus- Clivc William, May, 
tice, lieut. Bengal staff b. 26 Aug. 1869. m. 11 
corps, b. 5 Aug. 1859. i88t. 



i863,=Hon. W.ilter Francis Hely- 
May, I Hutchinson, C.M.G., chief 
) gov. of Malta. 



Huti 



Leila. Frank Stanier. 

Violet. Beville. 

Marian Clive. WUliam. , 



Eleanor. 
LeUa. 



John Walter Hely-Hutchinson, b. 14 Jan. i88a. Violet, d. 1883. 
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\U-4J'\ George Strachey Clive (Justice), capt. 78th 
Highlanders, born 24 July, 1S47 ; died on his home- 
ward voyage in the Red Sea 30 Dec, 1882. 
\_^k-4j\ Robert (Justice), born 10 Sept., 1850; 
married 11 July, 1S77, Elsie Elizabeth, daughter of 
W Robinson, of Reit Vley, Natal, and has a 

son and daughter. 

Robert Cecil (Justice), born 25 Oct., 1880 ; Marion 
Elizabeth, bom 13 Dec, 1882. 
IU-4J\ Elizabeth Sophia (Justice), born in Edinburgh 
19 Oct., 1836 ; married 8 March, 1S54, as 2nd wife, 
to Guy Lushington Prendergast, Esq., of the Madras 
Civil Service aforesaid. 

\^k-4J'\ Caroline Judith (Justice), born 3 June, 1841 ; 
married at Bath 6 June, i860, to Francis Stanier, 
of Peplow Hall and High Hatton, Salop, and has 
had, with other issue, 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

Frank Justice (Stanier), born 20 Oct., 1862; 
Reginald Henry, born 7 April, 1864, died 22 Jan., 
1865 ; Beville, bom 12 June, 1867 ; William 
Sneyd, bora 5 May, 1871 ; Lucy Caroline, born 
14 Aug., 1865 ; Eleanor Mar)', bora 5 May, 1869; 
Leila Dorothy, borri 12 June, 1876. 
(S/'-pc) Isabella (Prendergast), born 5 July, 1814 ; died 
23 July, 18 15. 

(6/-9e) Mary Anne, born 27 Sept., 1815 ; died s.p. z8 
Aug., 1835 ; married in India 25 Dec, 1834, to Lt.- 
Genl. Simon Eraser McKenzie. 

{1j-()e) Harriet, born 12 May, 1817; died s.p. II June, 
1882, having married , 1852. to Charles Van 

Straubenzee Thome, of St. James's Bay, Victoria, 
British Columbia. 

(ij-ge) Jane (Prendergast), bom 22 Aug., 1818 ; mar- 
ried 27 Jan., 1834, to Lt.-Col. Emanuel Roberts, of the 
Madras araiy (see Foster's Baronetage) ; he died 25 
Nov., 1875, ^ged 72, having had 6 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] Edward Gordon (Roberts), born 25 May, 1S37 ; 
died 22 Aug., 1838. 

[2] Richard Samuel (Roberts), It. -col. Madras 7th 
N.I., bom 18 July, 1838 ; married 6 April, 1865, 
Emily, eldest daughter of John Wells, merchant, of 
Mangalore, and has a son and daughter. 

Richard (Roberts), born 31 Dec, 1867 ; Haidee 
Kathleen Edith, born 9 Sept., 1880. 
[3] Archibald Henry, major royal (Madras) artillery, 
born 31 March, 1841 ; died 6 Jan., 1875, having 
married 29 Jan., 1868, Katherine, 2nd daughter of 
John Wells, merchant, of Mangalore ; she died 
, having had 2 sons. 
Archibald, born 24 Nov., 1868; Bertie Frank, 
bom 14 Nov., 1872 ; died 11 April, 1873. 
[4] Henry William, of Hollingside, Durham, J.P., 
capt. late 98th regt., born 16 June, 1843; mamed 
10 Oct., 1S71, Amiie Chipchase, daughter of John 
Henderson, Esq., of Leazes House, Durham, J. P., 
D,L., and has 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Gerard Chipchase, born 19 Jan., 1874. 

(2) Maurice Lennox, born 2 Oct., 1876. 

(3) Frederick John, bom 27 Dec, 1878. 

(4) Norah Kathleen, born 7 Aug., 1872. 
[5] Charles Stewart, bom 20 March, 1846. 
[6] John Allan, bom 31 Jan., 1850. 

[7] Frances Jane, bora 18 Feb., 1835 ; died young. 
[8] Eliza Sophia, born I2 April, 1S36 ; died young. 
[9] Haidee Susan, born 4 Oct., 1854. 
[10] Jane Kathleen, born 2 Feb., 1857. 
(9y-9c') Emily (Prendergast), bom 19 Feb., 1820. 
[lOt] John, bom 30 Aug., 1780 ; died young, 
[ll,"] James, bom 15 June, 1781. 

[12tf] Jane, born 15 May, 1759; died 1837; 

married 23 April, 17S3, to Joseph Tyndall, of Dublin, 
merchant, who died , 1835, having had 4 sons 

and 5 daughters (/). 

(Il-I2e) Samuel (Tyndall), died young. 

{?1-I2t) Abraham, died unmarried at Madras 1823. 



(Zl-i2e) Peter, died unmarried. 

(il-ize) Joseph (Tyndall), of the Bombay army, mar- 
ried Tane Walsh, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 
[1] Townsend (Tyndall), married Euphemia Walsh, 
and died , having had a son. 

[2] Spencer (Tyndall), married Alice ; with- 

out issue. 

[3] Euphemia, married to Lt.-Col. Spencer Riming- 
ton, Bombay army, retired 188: ; s.p. 
[4] Isabella (Tyndall), unmarried. 
i5l-ize) Euphemia (Tyndall), born 2t March, 1791 ; 
died unmarried 21 June, 1780, aged 80. 
{lol-i3i) Anne (Tyndall), bom 16 April, 1794 ; died 
16 Dec, 1859; married 16 April, 1812, to William 
McTaggart, of Madras, merchant (a partner in Arbuth- 
not, McTaggart, and Co., of Madras) ; he died 18 May, 
1819, having had a son and 2 daughters (»;)• 
\lm-6l] William (McTaggart), bom 10 April, 1813 ; 
died 15 March, 1850; married 11; Oct., 1838, Char- 
lotte, 3rd daughter of W R Taylor, Esq., 
Madras C.S. ; she died 27 April, 1850, having had a 
son and daughter. 

(1) William Bell (McTaggart), late capt. 14th 
hussars, born 15 April, 1849; married 14 June,l870, 
Amy Letitia, daughter of late George Frederick 
Thompson, Esq. (whom he divorced), and had 2 sons. 

William Anstruther (McTaggart), born 9 March, 
1871 ; Maxwell Fielding, born i Nov., 1874. 

(2) Charlotte Anne, born 6 Jan., 1841 ; married 
1st, 8 Nov., lS5o, as 1st wife, to Harcourt James 
Lees, late 60th rifles, eldest son of Sir John 
Lees, Bart, (she divorced him 29 Nov., 1872), 
having had 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

[I] John Caldwell (Lees), bora 9 July, 1861. 
[2] Arthur Henry, born l8 Jan., 1863. 

[3] Herbert William, bom 3 Feb , 1864. 

[4] Edwin Leslie, born 22 Nov., i866. 

[5] Lionel Walter, born II March, 1868. 

[6] Laura Meric, born 20 April, 1865. 

[7] Eva Janet, bom I May, 1869. 
Charlotte Anne married 2ndly, , 

to Alexander Thompson, Esq., and has 4 sons and 
a d.iughter. 

[8]' Ernest C D (Thompson), born 

I June, 1873. 

[9] Frederick George, bora 8 Sept., 1874. 

[10] Gerald Whitmore, born 5 Jan., 18S0. 

[II] Maurice F , born 26 Sept., 1881. 
[12J Kathleen Grace, born 16 June, 1878. 

[2ot-6/] Anne (McTaggart), born 19 Aug., 1815, un- 

[3«i-6/] Jane, born 23 Dec, 1816, unmarried. 
{^l-i2e) Charlotte (Tyndall), died 20 Feb., 1S67 ; mar- 
ried 10 March, 1811, to Rev. Thomas Gordon, rector of 
Carogh, CO. Ivildare ; died , 1827, having had, 

with other issue, 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Samuel (Gordon), R.N., born I Jan., 1815; 

died 28 April, 1879 ; married 30 May, 1844, Sarah 

Jane, daughter of (ieorge Hall, of Rathmore, co. 

Kildare ; she died 15 July, 1865, having had 4 sons 

and 2 daughters. 

(1) Stephen Thomas (Gordon), born 24 Oct., 
1845; died 20 Feb., 1846. 

(2) George Battersby (Gordon), B.A. Trin. Coll., 
Dublin, 1869, in holy orders, born 27 March, 
1847. 

(3) Samuel Prendergast (Gordon), bom 31 Oct., 
1848; married 2 June, 1880, Marion Kathleen, 
daughter of George Collins Roberts, of Ennis- 
corthy, co. Wexford. 

(4) Hall Tyndall (Gordon), bora 14 July, l8sa 

(5) Sarah Maria. 

(6) Charlotte Emily Jane. 

[2] George (Gordon), bora 24 Dec, 1821 ; married 
Catherine de Renzy, of Croneyhorn, co. Wicklow, 



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♦• Thg DGSCGBT OB •♦ 



Lt.-Col, Richard Samuel Roberts, 

ph MADRAS NATIVE INFANTRY, 



FROM THE 



'BIooO Jaopal 




of (JBrtfflanD. 



Edward I., crowned l9=T=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



■Humphrey de Boliun, Earl of 
Hereford, etc. (2iid husband), 
fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
March, 1321. 



John, Count^Elizabeth,= 
of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (1st hus- I3i6,aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 



T 

Carrick and Earl of Or- | de worth (2nd husband), 

monde (ist husband), Bohun. had summons to parlt. 

d. 6 June, 1337. 13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=rElizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. I Darcy, she re-ra. to Sir 
Robert Hereford. 



Eleanor Butler, m. 1359, d.=j=Gerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
1392- mondjlordjusticeof Ireland , 

'37°- 



Ties FitzMaurice, 
rl. of Desmond. 



7th=j=Mary, eldest 
I de Burgo, 
lEig- 



Eight. 



Thomas, 8tli Earl of Des-=j=EIlice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
mond, lord deputy 1462-7, I John, Lord Barry of Butte- 
beheaded 15 Feb. 1467-8. | vant. 



Thomas, 12th Earl of Des-=pGyles (ist wife), dau. of 
mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Corraac Macarthy, 9th Lord 
I of Muskerry. 



Maurice FitzThomas, only=fJoane, dau. of John Fitz- 

son, d. 1529. AGibbon, the " White Knt." 

A, 



continued from below, 
Maurice FitzThomas=T=Joane FitzGibbon. 



James, 13th Earl of Des- 
mond. =j= 



Ellen (2nd=j=Thomas Butler, 
wife). I Baron of Cahir, 

I d- 1557- 



Joan Butler, co-heir t 
half-brother Edmund 
barony of Cahir. 



her=j=Jeffrey Prendergast,of New- 
the castle, co. Waterford, d. 12 
I March, 1615. 



Thomas Prendergast, of=j=Eleanor Butler (ist wife), 
Newcastle, d. I March, sister of Walter, nth Earl 
1626. I of Ormonde. 



James, Robert, said to Edmond Prendergast, of 
slain have died s.p. Newcastle, by confirmation 

1627. 1639, etc., elc.=j= 



Jelifrey.=j= Thomas Prendergast, =fEleanor, dau. and co- 
/(^ of Croane, d. 1725. heir of David Condon. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, co. Jeffrey, of=f Margaret, dau. of 
Galway, Bart.=f Crohane, William Daniel, 

k ^'^iLJ ^"^" 

Thomas Prendergast, of=rMary, only dau. and heir of 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp., d. I John Keating, of Roches- 
8 May, 1761, aged 58. town Castle, co. Tipp., a 

I baron of the E.^chequer. 



Thomas, dep. registrar; 
oftheCourt of Chancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. 1802, 
aged 83. 



Jane, dau. of S. John Pren- 
Gordon, of Spring dergast.=j= 
Garden, co.Water- /{^ 

ford. m. 1757, d. 
19 April, 1S18. 



Thomas Prendergast, 
B.A., MP. Castlemar- 
tyr 1796-97, Clonakilty 
1798-1800, m. and d. 10 
Dec. 1830.== 
A 



Sir Jeffrey Prendergast, Guy Lenox Prender- 

It.-genl. in the army, gast, Bo.C.S., M P. 

military auditor-genl. Lymington 1S26-7, b. 

Madras, b. 28 Nov. 8 June, 1773, m. and 

1769, d, 4 July, >8s6.= d. 21 Feb. 1845-^ 



Stephen Gordon=Frances. dau. 
Prendergast. ma- | of C. Green, 
jor84thregt. b. 2 Esq.,Bo. C.S. 
Nov. 1775, d- " m- " ,SeP'- 
March, 1847. 1809, i. J 



~Otlier 



Thomas Richard, d. m. 1843. 
Stephen Gordon, lieut. 13th 

Madras N.I., d. 4 Sept. 

1879. 



Frances Anne, m. ri Feb. 
1832 to Col. Henry Power, 
who d. 28 Dec. 1869.= 



Elizabeth Sophia, m. 1831 to Jane, b. 22— :Lt.-Col Emanuel Ro- 

Gen. Wm. Justice, sth Madras Aug. 1818, berts, Madras army, d. 

N.I., he d. 27 Oct. 1868.= m. 27 Jan. 25 Nov. 1875. 

A J834. I 




Archibald Hcnry==» 

Roberts, major dau. of John 

R.A., b. 1841, d. Wells aforsd., 

1875. 



Henry' 
of He 



William Roberts 



Tj. Henderson, John. b. 
ham, J.P., late capt. Esq., of Durham, Haidee. 
98th regt., b. 1843. I m. 1871. Jane. 



Kathleen, b. Archibald, b. 24 Nov. 



Maurice Lcnnojt, 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



and died in New Zealand S Nov., 1S75, having liad 
6 children. 

[3] Stephen, bom 12 Dec, 1S17 ; died unmarried. 
[4] Jane (Gordon), born 11 Oct., 1818 ; married 

, to Rev. John James Nash, M.A. Trin. 
Coll., Dublin, 1857, incumbent of East Maitland, 
N.S. Wales, and had 7 children. 
[5] Euphemia, born 29 Oct., 1819 ; died in Canada 
, 1864, having married to Robert Carew, of 
Woodenstowii, co. Tipperaiy, and had 8 children. 
(il-i2e) Mary (Tyndall), died 23 April, 1826; married 
March, 1825, to Richard Harman, of Dublin, and 
had a son, 

Richard James Strachan (Harman), of Christ 
Church, N.Z., born 14 Aug., 1826; married , 

Emma de Renzy, of Croneyhorn, co. Wicklow, and 
has had 7 sons and 8 daughters. 

Richard Dacre (Harman), born 3 June, 1859 ; 
Thomas de Renzy, born 3 Feb., 1861 ; Annesley 
Frederick George, born 10 Nov., 1864; William 
Tindall de Renzy, born 10 April, 1870 ; Victor 
Edward, bom 24 May, 1S72 ; Edward de Renzy, 
born 18 Aug., 1875, died 23 Oct., 1876 ; Harold 
Tyndall de Renzy, born 25 June 1877 ; Mary de 
Renzy ; Annie McTaggart, twin with Emma Kate 
(Mrs. Way) ; Frances Dora ; Eveleen Jane ; Bessie 
Caroline Emily ; Dora Prendergast ; Kathleen 
Mildred de Renzy. 
(9l-i2e) Catherine (Tyndall), died , 1846 ; mar- 

ried , to John Prendergast Walker, and had 

a son and daughter. 
[lie] Mary, born 31 March, 1763 ; died young. 
[14«] Anne (Prendergast), bora 22 Nov., 1767 ; died 

1848 ; married 5 Dec, 1788, to Fownes Disney, 
Esq., attoraey-at-law, who died 13 March, 1823, having 
had a son and 7 daughters (»). 

(ln-/4e) Alexander (Disney), bom Sept., 1803; died 
unmarried at Naples , 1883. 

(2n-i4e) Eliza (Disney), bom Oct., 1790; died , 

1845; married 30 Dec, 1812, to John Prendergast 
Hackett, of Stratford Place, London, who died 4 Jan., 
1823, buried in St. George's, Hanover Square, and 
had a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] Charles Prendergast (Hackett), of Melbourne, 
married, and has a son, Evelyn. 
[8] Annie Jane, married 2 Dec, 1843. as 2nd wife, to 
Loftus Henry Bland, of Blandsfort, Queen's County, 
Q.C. 1854, M.P. King's County 1852-9, M.A. 
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1S28, bar.-at-law King's Inns 
1829 ; he died 21 Jan., 1872, having had a son and 2 
daughters. 

(1) Thomas Dalrymple (Bland), of 4th hussars, 
bom 9 June, 1845; died Oct., 1868. 

(2) Elizabeth Emily, married 25 March, 1878. as 
2nd wife, to Very Rev. William Warburton, D.D., 
Dean of Elphin. 

(3) Annie Sophia Alicia (Bland). 

[3] Sophia (Hackett), died March, 1883; mar- 

ried , to Sir Francis W Smith, M.D., 

of Dublin, who died 1840, having had a 

son. Major Amiistead Smith, deceased, and a 
daughter, Frances, also deceased. 
[4] Henrietta (Hickett), died young. 
{Zn-I4e) Sophia (Disney), bora 1792 ; married 

, Dunne, of Queen's County, and had, with 

other issue, a son, 

Arthur Disney Dunne, of Dacca, Bengal, father of 

Arthur Mountjoy Dunne, of Trin. Coll., Dublin, 

1878, admitted to the Middle Temple 17 June, 1878, 

called to the bar 29 June, 1 88 1. 

(4«-7.jK) Jane (Disney), born July, 1799 ; died 7 Nov., 

1864 ; married 15 June, 1827, to Charles Cambie, of 

Castletown, co, Tipperary (only son of David Cambie, 

of Castletown Cambie) ; he died 30 Nov., 1S67, having 

had 3 sons and 3 daughters (0). 



[lo-pt] David (Cambie), died young 1842. 
[2o-4it\ Alexander Jeffry (Cambie), of Government 
Buildings, Ottawa, married Elizabeth Poston, and 
has had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) William Henry, died young. 

(2) Charles. (3) David. (4) Alexander. 
(6) Jane Disney, died young. 

(6) Susan. (7) Sarah. 

[So-^n] Henry John (Cambie), of Victoria, British 
Columbia, civil engineer, married Helen Fay, and 
has a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry Babington. (2) Elizabeth. 

(3) Helen. (4) Ida Jane. 

[4a-4n] Margaret Anne (Carnbie), married at Madras 
16 Nov., 1854, to her cousin, Lt.-Col. Hew Dal- 
rymple Prendergast, R.E., aforesaid, and has 
issue. 

[5o-4}i] Annie (Cambie), married to Robert Murray 
(4th son of late Andre Allen Murray, of Loughoona, 
CO. Monaghan, bar.-at-law); he died 7 Feb., 1854, 
leaving a son and daughter. 

Andre Allen (Murray), bora 25 Nov., 1852 ; 
Roberta Jane, born 20 June, 1854. 
[60-411] Jane (Cambie), married ist to John Major, 
and 2ndly to (Hon.) John Hamilton, of Tyrella 
House, Montreal, senator Ontario ; by her 1st hus- 
band she had a son, 

George Robert (Major), born 20 July, 1854. 
{h>i-i4e) Ann (Disney), bom July, 1 801 ; dieds.p. 

; married , to Lt.-Col. Henry 

Grove, who died at Bath. 

(6«-/^i?) Sarah (Disney), married 6 Jan., 1830, to 
WiUiam Henry Babington, Esq., E.LC.S. (son of late 
Thomas Babington, M.P., of Rothley Temple, Leicester- 
shire) ; he died s.p. , 1867. 
(7k-/^') Emily (Disney), bom , 1810; died 
; married , to Thomas Alexander 
Wise, M.D. Edin. 1824, F.R.C.P. Edin. 1852, 
F.R.C.S. E. , and had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 
[1] Allan M (Wise), died young. 
'2] William Henry, died young. 
[3] Emelius Somerset, died young. 
4] James Fownes Norton (Wise), of Rostellan 
Castle, CO. Cork, J.P., late surgeon R.A., bom- 

, 1835 ; married 3 April, 1877, Agnes Foulis, 
only daughter of late Col. Wm. Low, Madras 
cavalry (see FOULIS, in Foster's Baronetage). 
[5] Anna Margaret (Wise), married , to Col. 

Nicholson, and has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
[6] Henrietta Babington, born 3 Sept., 1835 ; mar- 
ried 20 Sept., i860, to Clement Lawless, Esq., who 
died 12 May, 1877, leaving an only daughter. 
Emily Anne (Lawless). 
(in-i4e') Louisa (Disney), bom March, 1813; married 
, to Yelverton O'Keefe, registrar of Court 
of Chancery in Ireland, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 
[1] Charies (O'Keefe), clerk of the peace King's 
County, died Nov., 18S3. 
[2] Manus, died immarried. 
[3] Emma, dead. 
[4] Constance, living unmanied. 
[15f] Euphemia (Prendergast), bora 21 June, 1771 ; died 
5 Feb., 1858 ; married 31 May, 1792, to Rev. John Ravel 
Walsh, who died June, 1833, having had, with other 
issue, a son. 

John Prendergast (Walsh), lost a leg at Waterloo, 
served with the rifle brigade (old 95th), took holy 
orders; died 15 Dec, 1867; father of Col. Thomas 
Prendergast (Boles) Walsh, of 2, Victoria Mansions, 
S.W., Rectory Estate, Ealing, Mount Ararat, Broad- 
stairs, and Laragh Manor, co. Cavan, born 20 April, 
1831 ; married twice, and has issue (see subsjquent 
volume). 



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♦• Thg Descent ob •♦" 

Arthur Mountjoy Dunne, 

OF CA L CUTTA , BA R RIS TER-A T-LA W, 



15I00D JRopal 




of (iBnglanlJ. 



Edward I., crowned l9~Eleanor (1st wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239. I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
March, 1321. 



John, Count=Elizabeth,= 
of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (ist hus- 13 16, aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 

James Butler, Earl of= 
Carrick and Earl of Or- 
monde (1st husband), 
d. 6 June, 1337. 



:Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 

de worth (2nd husband), 

Bohun. had summons to parlt. 

13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl ofT=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. Darcy, sh< 



Eleanor Butler, m. 1359, d.^ 
1392. 



^Gerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
mond, lord justice of Ireland, 
I370- 



James FitzMaurice, 7th=j=Mary, eldest dau. of Ulick 
Earl of Desmond. de Burgo, MacWilliam 



Eight! 



Thomas, Sth Earl of Des=f Ellice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
mond, lord deputy 1462-7, John, Lord Barry of Butte- 
beheaded 15 Feb, 1467-8. vant. 



Thomas, 12th Earl of Des-=j=Gyles (ist wife), dau. of 
mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Cormac Macarthy, 9th Lord 
I ofMuskerry. 

Maurice FitzThonias, only=fJoane, dau. of Tohn Fitz- 

son, d. 1529. ^Gibbon, the "White K.nt." 

A, 

continued above. 



continued from below, 
Maurice FitzThomas=f=Joane FitzGibbon. 



James, 13th Earl of Des- Ellen (2nd=j=Thomas Butler, 

mond.=j= wife). I Baron of Cahir, 

A I d. 1557. 



Joan Butler, co-heir to her=i=JelTrey Prendergast,of New- 
half-brotlier Edmund in the I castle, co. Waterford, d. 12 
barony of Cahir. | March, 1615. 



Thomas Prendergast 
Newcastle, d, 
1626. 



ist, of=j=Eleanor Butler (ist w 

March, sister of Walter, i ith 

I of Ormonde. 



James, Robert, said to Edmond Prendergast, of 
slain have died s.p. Newcastle, by conhrmation 

1627. 1639, etc., etc.=p 



Jefirey.=f= Thomas Prendergast, = 
^ of Croane, d. 1725. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, co. Jeffrey, of=i=Margaret, dau. of 

Galway, Bart.=f= Crohane, William Daniel, 

A d. 1 735. J Esq. 

Thomas Prendergast, of=pMary, only dau. and heir of 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp., d. I John Keating, ' " 



8 May, 1 76 1, aged 58. 



Df Rochi 
town Castle, co. Tipp., 
baron of the Exchequer. 



Thomas, dep. registrar 
of the Court of Chancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. iS02, 
aged 83. 



=Jane, dau. of S. John Pren- 
Gordon, of Spring dergast.=j= 
Garden, CO. Water- )^ 

ford. m. 1757, d. 
19 April, 1818. 



Other Jane.m 1783, Anne.b. 

issue to Joseph I767,m. 

(seep. Tyndall, of 5 Dec. 

72). Dublin.=f= 1 788. d. 

A "848. 



Fownes Euphemia.m. Margaret, m. Sarah, m. 1st toCpt. Catherine, m. 1800 

Disney, 1792 to Rev. 1799 to Maj.- Selby, 2ndly to Sir to John Rothwell, 

ally. -at- John Ravel Gen. Sir William Alex. Anstruther, Esq., of Cannans- 

law d.l3 Walsh. =p Clarke, Bart.=j= C.J., Bombay.=j= town, co. Meath.=j= 

Mar. 1823. AAA A 



ElizaDis-=j=John Pren- Sophia^ 
ney, m. dergast Disney, 
30 Dec. Hackett,of b. 1792. 
1812, d. London, d. 
1845. 1823. 

Charles Prendergast Hackett, 
of Melbourne. =f= 



Dunne, 
of Queen's 
Co. 



Jane Disney, m. Ann Disney, m. to Emily Disney, LouisaDis- 

1827 to Charles Lt.-Co). Grove. m. to Thos. ney, m. to 

Cambie,ofCastle- Sarah Disney, m 1830 Alex. Wise, Yelverton 

town,co.Tipp.=j= toW.H.babinr;ton, M.D.=j= O'Keefe, 

A Esq., who d. 1867. A Esq.=f= 



Arthur Disney Dunne, of Dacca,=p 
Bengal. 



Constance O'Keefe. 



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e, of Calcutta 18S4, of Trin. Coll. 
Middle Temple 1881. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



\\&e\ Margaret, bom 4 Sept., 1774; died 3 July, 1845, 
having married l4Sept., 1799, toMajor-Genl. Sir William 
Clarke, Bart, (see Foster's Barotietage). so created 28 
June, 1804; raised, served and commanded 84th York 
and Lancaster regiment; he died 7 Feb., 1808, having 
had 6 sons and a daughter (/). 

(l/-/6^) Sir William Henry St. Laurence Clarke-Travers, 
and baronet, assumed by royal licence 20 March. 1S53, 
the name and arms of Travers, in addition to that of 
Clarke, bom 3 Aug., 1801 ; died 31 Aug.. 1877, having 
married 4 Sept., 1827, Elizabeth Barbara, only child 
and heir of John Moore Travers, Esq., of Clifton, co. 
Cork, and has had 5 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] WilHam Henry Travers (Clarke-Travers), capt. 
14th light dragoons, born 30 Nov., 1828 ; died in 
Natal, 12 March, 1868. 

[2] John Moore Travers (Clarke-Travers), capt. 
17th regiment, bora II Jan., 1834; died 17 Oct., 
1873- 

[3] Sir Guy Francis Travers (Clarke-Travers), 3rd 
and present baronet, major royal Irish rifles, formerly 
86th foot, born 22 Oct., 1842. 

[4] Boyle Lorenzo Travers (Clarke-Travers). heir 
presumptive to the baronetcy, born 26 Feb.. 1845. 
[6] Henry Alexander Travers (Clarke-Travers), 
curate of Holy Trinity, Hastings, 1883, born 15 
Oct., 1848 ; married 18 July, 1881, Ada Sarah, 
widow of Rev. George Fereman, M.A., vicar of Brize 
Norton, Oxon. 

[6] Lucia Margaret, married 12 July, 1855, t° James 
Alexander, Esq., of St. Clair, Holywood, co. Down 
(see Foster's Barottitage) ; he died s.p. 9 Feb., 1882. 
[7] Elise Barbara. [8] Agnes Isabella. 
[9] Christiana Mary. 
(2p-i6e) Guy Henry Prendergast (Clarke), col. in the 
army, born 10 Sept., 1802 ; died s.p. 24 Nov., 1866, 
having married 24 July, 1847, Sophia, relict of Capt. 
William Walker, and 2nd daughter of John Tynvhitt, 
Esq., of H.M. vice-admiralty court, Gibraltar, and of 
Pentre Park, South^Wales (see Foster's Baronetage). 
(Zp-i6e) Francis Anthony (Clarke), col. E.I.C.M.S., 
bom 17 Sept., 1803; died I Sept., 1879, having 
married 19 Jan., 1841, Anne Emily, daughter of Major 
Willoughby Bean, Coldstream guards, and had a 
daughter. 

(ip-i6e) Henry (Clarke), M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
recter of Northfield. co. Worcester, i S34-80, born 1 8 Nov. 
1804, died s.p. 2 Oct., 18S0; married 24 June, 1834, 
Agnes Mary, younger daughter and co-heir of John 
Johnston, Esq., M.D., of Galabank, Annandale, co. 
Dumfries (see Curtis, in Foster's Baronetage). 
(J)p-i6e) Charles William (Clarke), lieut. 19th regiment, 
bom Jan., 1806 ; died July, 1830. 
{Jap-i6e) John William (Clarke), rector of Conipton 
Bassett, Wilts ; born 22 May, 1S08 ; died 10 May, 
1878, having married 5 July, 1852, Elizabeth, 2nd 
daughter of Edward Smyth, Esq . of the Fence, Maccles- 
field, and had a son and daughter. 

Edward Henry St. Laurence (Clarke), lieut. 36th 
regiment, bom 17 April, 1857 ; Margaret. 
(Ip-j6e) Margaret, married 20 June, 1839, to William 
Sheppey Greene, Esq., King's dragoon guards (only 
son of Col. Sheppey Greene, military auditor-general 
at Bengal) ; he died June, 1848, having had 2 sons. 
[1] William Sheppey Greene, late capt. 19th hussars, 
bora 30 Sept., 1841 ; married , 1S82, Helen, 

daughter of Robert Dawtrey Drewitt, Esq,, of 
Peppering, Sussex. 
[17(?] Isabella, bora 5 Sept., 1776; died immarried 21 
Sept., 1840. 



[ISf] Sarah, bom 10 Sept., 1777 ; died 15 Dec, 1865, 
having married 1st, at Surat, Dec, 1801, to Capt. W. 
Selby, E.I.C. Marine; he died s.p.; she remarried at 
Madras, 14 March, 1803, to Sir Alexander Anstmther, 
chief justice Bombay ; he died 16 July, 1819, having had 
3 sons (see Foster's Baronetage). 

[We] Catherine, bom 18 March, 1779; died 30 Oct., 
i860 ; married 18 March, iSoo, to John Rothwell, Esq., 
of Cannanstown, co. Meath, who died 18 May, 184J2, 
aged 66, having had 2 daughters {q). 

(ly-ige) Jane (Rothwell), married , 1821, to 

John Martley, of Ballyfallon, co. Meath; he died 31 
Aug., 1841, having had, %vith other issue, 3 sons. • 
[1] William (Martley), bom Jan., 1824 ; died s.p. 
6 Feb., 1874. 

[2] John Rothwell, died , 1844. 

[3] Francis Blackbume (Mardey), of Ballyfallon, co. 
Meath, J. P., registrar Court of Chancery, Dublin, 
eldest surviving son, born 31 Aug., 1829; married 
22 Oct., 1853, Bessie, daughter of William Gibson, 
of Rockforest, co. Tipperary, and has 2 sons. 

(1) William Gibson (Martley), B.A. Trin. Coll., 
IDublin, bom 19 Nov., 1859. 

(2) Francis Charles, bom 20 Jan., 1855. 
(Zq-ige) Eliza (Rothwell), married , to 
William, 2nd son of Thomas Sadleir, of Castletown, co. 
Tipperary, and had 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

Thomas Rothwell(Sadleir),bora 1S39 ; JohnMartley; 
Francis John ; Richard Willoughby ; WiUiam 
Martley ; Jane Woodward ; Eliza Henrietta. 

FRANCIS PRENDERGAST, of Dublin (see 
page 76), registrar Court of Chancery, 
Ireland, bom at Clonmel 2 Nov., 1768; died 31 
May, 1846, buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery, 
near Dublin; he married ist, Oct., 1797, 
Maria, daughter of Andrew Reynolds, of Dublin; 
she died 11 May, 1805, having had, with other 
issue, a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] JeftVey Francis, admitted to Gray's Inn 12 Nov., 1819, 
B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1821, born 2 Feb., 1799; died 
at Bath 22 July, 1879, aged Si, having married at Ham- 
burgh 22 June, 1830, Margaretta Sophia, daughter of John 
Michael Frederic Wehrtmann; she died 18 Aug., 1S65. 
[2] Eliza Marian, bom 28 April, 1800 ; died at Bath 10 
Feb., 1S81, aged Si. 
[3] Henrietta, of Bath, born 11 May, 1805, Ii^'ing 1883. 

Francis Prendergast married 2ndly, 7 Dec, 
1805, Esther, daughter of John Patrick, of Dublin ; 
she died 16 Nov., 1846, having had 5 sons and 2 
daughters. 

[4] JOHN PATRICK, named on page 73. 

[5] Francis, bar.-at-law King's Inns 1831, admitted to 

the Middle Temple 14 Nov., 1828, B.A. Trin. CoU., 

Dublin, 1828. M.A. 18^1, born 4 March, 1809. 

[6] Joseph Samuel, B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1832, 

M.D., inspector-genl. army hospitals, bom 12 Sept., 

iSio. 

[7] Thomas St. Patrick, bom 17 March, 1812; died 24 

May. 1812. 

[8] William Paul, B.A. Trin. Coll., Oxon, 1834, admitted 

to the Middle Temple 21 Jan., 1839, bar.-at-law 1842, 

bom 28 Feb., 1S13. 

[9] Mary Jane, of Bath, bom 13 Aug., 1815. 

[10] Jane Eliza, bom 7 April, 1816 j died same day. 



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♦• Thg Dgscgdt of •<> 
Major Sir Guy Francis Travers Clarke-Travers, Bart., 



IBIooD Eopal 




of CnglanO. 



Edward I., crowned l9=i=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



John. Count^Elizabeth,: 
of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (ist bus- I3i6,aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 



Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
March, 1321. 



James Butler, Earl of^EIeanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 
Carrick and Earl of Or- de worth (2nd husband), 
monde (1st husband), Bohun. had summons to parlt. 
d. 6 June, 1337. 13 Nov. 1347. 



James Butler, 2nd Earl of=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, d. 18 Oct. 1382-3. | Darcy, she re-m. to Sir 
Robert Hereford. 



=Gerald, 4th Earl of Des- 
mondjlordjusticeof Ireland, 
1370- 



Eleanor Butler, 
1392. 



James FitzMaurice, 7th=j=Mary, eldest dau. of Ulick 
Earl of Desmond. de Burgo, MacWilliam 

I Eighter. 



Thomas, 8th Earl of Des-=fEIlice, or Elizabeth, dau. of 
mond, lord deputy 1462-7, 1 John, Lord Barry of Butte- 
beheaded 15 Feb. 1467-8. vant. 



Thomas, 12th Earl of Des-=f=Gyles (ist wife), dau. of 
mond, d. 1534, aged 80. I Cormac Macarthy, 9th Lord 
I of Muskerry. 



Maurice FitzThomas, only=j=Joane, dau. of John Fitz- 
son, d. 1529. i, Gibbon, the "White Knt." 



continued from bslow. 
Maurice FiuThomas=i=Joane FitzGibbon. 



s, 13th Earlof Des- 

A 



Ellen (2nd=f=Thomas Butler, 
wife). I Baron of Cahir, 

I d. 1557- 



Joan Butler, co-heir to her=f=JeffreyPrendergast,of New- 
half-brother Edmund in the castle, co. Waterford, d. 12 
barony of Cahir. | March, 1615. 



^Eleanor Butler (1st wife), 
sister of Walter, nth Earl 
of Ormonde. 



Thomas Prendergast, of= 
Newcastle, d. i March, 
1626. 



James, 
slain 
1627. 



Robert, said to 
have died s.p. 



Edmond Prendergast, of 
Newcastle, by confirmation 
1639, etc., etc.=f= 



Jeffrey .=r Thomas Prendergast, =f Eleanor, dau. and co- 
/jv^ of Croane, d. 1725. heir of David Condon. 



Sir Thomas, of Gort, co. 
Galway, Bart.=f= 

A 



Jeffrey, of=r=Margaret, dau. of 
Crohane, William Daniel, 
d. 1735. I Esq. 



Thomas Prendergast, 
Ballinamona, co. Tipp- 
8 May, 1761, aged 58. 



continued aiove. 



Thomas, dep. registi 
of iheCourt of Chancery, 
Dublin, d. 5 Jan. 1S02, 
aged S3. 



of=j=Mary, only dau. and heir of 
d. I John Keating, of Roches- 
town Castle, CO. Tipp., a 
I baron of the Exchequer. 



John Pren- 
dergast.=f= 



=j=Jane, 
Gordon, 01 
Garden, CO.'' 
ford, m. 17 
19 April, I 



dau. of S. 



;7. d. 



Other Jane,m.l783 Anne,m.l788, Euphemia.m. Margaret,b.=i=Maj.-Gen. Sarah, m. Ist to Cpt. Catherine, m. 1800 

issue to Joseph to Fownes 1792 to Rev. 4Sept.l774, Sir Wm. Selby, 2ndly to Sir to John Rothwell, 

(seep. Tyndall, of Disney, atty.- John Ravel m. 14 Sept. Clarke, Alex. Anstruther, Esq., of Cannans- 

72.) Dublin. =T= at-law.=j= Walsh.=f= 1799, d. 3 Bart., d. 7 C.J., Bombay.=T- town, co. Meath.=?= 

AAA July. 1845- I Feb.l8o8. A A 

Margaret, m. 1839 
to William Shep- 
peyGreene, King's 
dragoon guards, 
he d. June 1848.=?= 



Sir William^ 
Henry St. 
Laurence 
Clarke-Tra- 
vers, Bart., d. 
31 Aug. 1877. 



Elizabeth Barbara, GuyHenryPrendergast, 
ly child and heir col. in the army, m. 
" " " ~ and d. s.p. 1866. 

Francis Anthony, col. 
E.I.C.S., d. 1 Sept. 
1879, leaving a dau. 



of J. M. Travers, 
Esq., of Clift. 
CO. Cork, d. 5 J; 



Henry, rector of John William, 
Northfield, m. rector of Compt on 



andd.s.p.lS 

Charles, lii 

19th regt., 



Bassett, m. 1 85: 
Elizabeth, 2nd 
dau. of Edward 
Smyth, Esq.=F 



Sir Guy Francis Tra- Boyle Henry Alexander Lucia, m. to James Elise. 

vers Clarke-Travers, Lorenzo Travers,inholyorders, Alexander, Esq., Agnes. 

3rd bart., major R. Travers, m. 1881 Ada, widow and d. s.p. 9 Feb. Christiana. 

Irish Rifles, b. 22 b. 26 Feb. of Rev. George Fere- 1882. 

Oct. 1842. 1845. man, M.A. 



Edward HenrySt. Marga- 
Lawrence Clarke, ret. 
capt. the Wore 
regt. 1884, b. 17 
AprU, 1857. 



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♦• THS DGSCGOT OB •♦ 



Charles, 3rd Lord Ellenborough, 



'BlooD JRogal 




of (ZBnglant). 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7july, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1272.= 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). 



Margaret de Clare, m. 1st- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston.Earl of 
Cornwall. 



Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=i=RaIph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

Aug. 1372. 

I 

Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=j=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

wick. 



Katherine de Stafrord=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Ear] of Suffolk 1 399, d. 



Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=f=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=j=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
1466. 



eySi 

Tb, 



Joan Stapilton=pSir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



pjoan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 



Sir John Huddleston, 
3 Hen. VIII. 






tthtued/rojjt hehyw. 
Sir John Huddleston=i=Joan Fitzhugh. 

Sir John Huddleston, of=f=Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 

Andrew Huddleston, of=j=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 

Farington, co. Lane, etc. I of Cuthbert Hutton, of 

I Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddleston, of=j= Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. I bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 

I Westmorland. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=j=Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 



Hutton John. 



Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland. 



Mary Huddleston (2nd=j=John Senhouse, of Nether 
wife). hall, Cumberland. 



Humphrey Senhouse, of=j=Eleanor, dau. of William 
NetherhalL Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 

CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. i4=j=John Christian, of Miln- 
May 1 717, bd. 27 Sept. town, Isle of Man, d. 20 
1749- Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27 June,=f=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 

1740, d. I March, 1762. I D.D., Bishop of Carlisle 

1768, until d. 14 Aug. 1787. 



John Law, Ewan Law, Sir Edward Law, lord chief=Ann, dau. of George Thomas, George Law, D.D., Five 

Bishop of of Horsted, justiceof England, cr. Baron I P. Towry, R.N., m. settled in bp. of Bath and daus 

Clonfert, m. Sussex.=f= Ellenborough 19 Apl. 1802, I 17 Oct. 17S9, d. 16 America, Wells.=j= 

and d. s.p. )^ chancellor of the exchequer I Aug. 1843. m. andd. )^ 

1810. 1806, d. II Dec. 1S18. I s.p. 



Edward, cr. Earl Hon. Charles Ewan=pElizabeth, dau. of Hon. Henry 

of Ellenborough, Law, M. P., recorder I Sir Edward Night- Spenser Law, 

m. and d. s.p.l. of London, d. 13 ingale, Bart., d. 25 m. and has 

22 Dec. 1871. Aug. 1850. I June, 1S64. issue. 



Hon. William Trevor Law, 
formerly vicar of Harborne, 
CO. Staff, etc., m. twice, and 
has issue. 



— I 
Five 



Anna Elizabeth=j=Charles Edmund=plsabella (3rd wife), dau. 



(2nd wife), dau. 
ofRev.JohnFitz- 
gerald Day. m. 
1855, d. i860. 



Tov 
Baron Ell 
borough, b. 
Nov. 1820. 



t\ 



of Alexander Ogilby, 
Esq., m. 1S63, d. 1874. 
= Beatrice (4th wife), 
dau.of SirN.J. Knatch- 
buU, Bart. 



Mary (2nd=j=John, 3rd 
wife), m. I Lord Kil- 
3 S e p t. I maine, d. 
•839- 3january, 

1S73. 



Elizabeth Frederica, m. Ist 
Sophia, a 17 May, 1848, to 
nun. her cousin, Ed- 

mund Law, who 
d. 1867; shere-m. 
to M. Greve. 



I Hon. Charles Towry Hon. Ger- Hon. Emily Francis William, 
I Hamilton (Law), b, trude Edith. Julia. 4th Lord Kil- 

21 April, 1856. maine. =i= 



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Hon. Arthur Hon. Evelyne,=j=Col. Sir Owen 
HenryBrowne. m. 1867, d. I Tudor Bume, 
Hon. Julia. i87S(istwife). K.c.s.i., ci.b. 

^(seep. 18). 




CHARLES EDMUND TOWRY LAW, Baron 
Ellenborough (1802, U.K.), lieut.-coL 6th 
reg. ; 20TH in descent from Edward L ; suc- 
ceeded his uncle as 3rd baron 22 Dec, 1871 ; 
born 17 Nov., 1820; married ist, 23 Nov., 1840, 
Lady Eleanor Cecil Howard, eldest daughter of 
Williain, 4th Earl of Wicklow; she died s.p., 
15 June, 1852. He married 2ndly, 28 June, 1855, 
Anna Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. John Fitz- 
gerald Day, of Beaufort House, Killarney; she 
died 29 Feb., i860, having had a son, 
[1] Hon. Charles Towry Hamilton, born 21 April, 1856. 
His Lordship married 3rdly, 26 Aug., 1863, 
Isabella, daughter of Alexander Ogilby, Esq., of 
Pellipar, co. Londonderry (see Curwen pedigree); 
she died 22 April, 1874. He married 4thly, i Dec, 
1874, Beatrice Joanna, youngest daughter of Sir 
Norton Joseph Knatchbull, Bart, (see Foster's 
Baro)ietage); by his 3rd wife he had 2 daughters. 

[2] Hon. Gertrade Edith. 
[3] Hon. Emily Julia. 




TiTE Descent of 

Lord Ellenborough 

FROM THE Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD L, so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; born at Westminster, 
■17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester; crowned 
at "Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and e.xer- 




[S9I 



cised feudal superiority over Scotland; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey ; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

JOAN OF ACRE, born there 1272; died 10 
May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (surnamed " The 
Red "), Earl of Gloucester and Hertford ; he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 
issue. Joan of Acre had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

^/rARGARET DE CLARE, 2nd sister and 
1 co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford (who fell at Bannock- 
burn, 24 June, 1314, s.p.); she married ist to 
Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall, to whom 
Edward II. granted the county of Cornwall by 
charter, dated at Dumfries, 6 Aug., 1307, sum- 
moned to parliament 19 Jan. following; beheaded 
without form of trial, 13 14, leaving an only 
daughter, who was betrothed to John Moulton. 

Margaret, Countess of Cornwall, married 
2ndly to Hugh de Audley ; he had summons to,, 
pariiament in the lifetime of his father, 13 17-21, 
and 1326-36, and was created Earl of Gloucester 
by patent, 16 March, 1337 ; he died without male 
issue in 1347, and the dignity which was to him 
and his heirs appears to have been considered 
e.xtinct ; he left an only child, 

^^/^ARGARET DE AUDLEY, died 7 Sept., 
J- 1349, having married to Ralph de Stafford, 
K.G. (son and heir of Edmund de Stafford, a lord 
of parliament), summoned to parliament 14 Jan. 
10 Edward III., 1337, to 25 Nov. 24 Edward III., 
1350, created Earl of the County of Stafford, 5 
March, 135 1, to hold to him and his heirs ; served 
in the wars in Scotland and in Britany, taken 
prisoner at the siege of Nantes, seneschal of 
Aquitaine, 20 Edward III., had a principal tom- 
d at tlie battle of Cressy, one of the founders 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



of the Order of the Garter, lieutenant and captain- 
general of the duchy of Aquitaine ; he died 31 
Aug., 1372, having had, with other issue (see also 
BOSANQUET, page 23), a son, 

HUGH, 2n(i Earl of Stafford, K.G., also served 
in the wars ; died on his return from a 
pilgrimage to the holy sepulchre at Rhodes, 
October, 1386 ; he married Philippa, daughter of 
Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and had, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

KATHERINE DE STAFFORD, married to 
Sir Michael de la Pole (son of the attainted 
Earl of Suffolk), restored to his father's dignities 
1397, but the proceedings of the parliament 11 
Richard II., 1388, having been by the parliament 
of I Henry IV., 1399, afBrmed, and the proceedings 
of 21 Richard II., 1397 (which restored him), 
annulled, he again fell under his father' s attainder ; 
the king therefore restored to him a portion of his 
father's lands, and gave to him, and the issue 
male of his body, the title of Earl of Suffolk, by 
patent 15 Nov., 1399; he died in camp before 
Harfleur, 18 Sept,, 1415, and had, with other issue, 
a son. 

Sir Thomas de la Pole, who married Ann, 
daughter of Nicholas Cheney, and had an only 
daughter and heir, 

KATHERINE DE LA POLE, married ist to 
Sir Miles Stapilton, of Bedale, co. York, 
Ingham, Norfolk, and Codeford Manor, Wilts, 
was a commissioner to look after the beacons of 
Norfolk 1428, knight of the shire 28 Henry VI. ; 
died 30 Sept., 1466, will proved 21 Dec, 1466, 
inquisition post-mortem 6 Edward IV. ; Lady 
Stapilton re-married as 2nd wife to Sir Richard 
Harcourt, of EUenhall, co. Stafford; by her 1st 
husband she had 2 daughters, of whom the 
younger, 

JOAN STAPILTON, married ist to Sir Chris- 
topher Harcourt, son of Sir Richard Harcourt, 
of EUenhall, aforesaid ; she re-married to Sir John 
Huddleston, of Milium, Cumberland, appointed 
sheriff of that county for life by the Duke of 
Gloucester, 35 Henry VI., knight of the shire 7 
Edward IV., 1467-8, made a knight-banneret in 
Scotland, 24 July, 1482, by the Duke of Gloucester, 
keeper and bailiff of the king's woods and chases 
in Barnoldswick, Yorks, steward of Penrith, and 
warden of the west marches, and had at least 3 
sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard (Huddleston), died in his father's lifetime; 
he married Margaret (Nevill), daughter of the Earl 
of Warwick ; she died 14 Henry VII., leaving a son, 
Richard, wlio died s.p., and 2 daughters. 
[2] Sir John, married Joane, daughter of Lord Fitzhugh, 
and died 3 Henry VIII., 15 11- 12, leaving a son, 
SIR JOHN, of whom presently. 



[3] William, living 17 Henry VII. ; married Isabel, 

daughter and heir of John Nevill, Marquis of Montag;u, 

and had issue. 

[4] Anne, married as 1st wife to Sir Thomas Curwen, of 

Workington (see pagei28). 

[5] Mary, died 20 May, 1525 ; married 23 Edward IV., 

1483, to Sir John Pennington, of Muncaster, who died 28 

June, 1516, leaving an only daughter, Isabel, married to 

Thomas Dykes, of Warthall (see Penningtoniana, by J. 

Foster). 

SIR JOHN HUDDLESTON, of Milium, aged 
24 at his father's death in 1512, knight of 
the bath at the coronation of Anne Boleyne, Whit- 
Sunday, 1533 ; married 1st, Jane, daughter of 
Henry Clifford, Earl of Cumberland; she died 
s.p. ; he married 2ndly, Joan, sister of Sir John 
Seymour, Knt., aunt of Jane Seymour, queen of 
Henry VIII., and had a son, Anthony, lord of 
Milium, and a daughter, Elinor; he married 
3rdly, Joyce, daughter and heir of John Prickley, 
of Prickley, co. Worcester, and had, with 2 
daughters, a son, 

ANDREW HUDDLESTON, of Farington, 
Lancashire, Preston Richard, Westmor- 
land, and of Abington, Oxon, an officer of the 
body-guard to Henry VIII., Edward VI., Queen 
Mary, and Queen Elizabeth ; he married 1564, 
Mary, 3rd daughter and co-heir of Cuthbert 
Hutton, of Hutton John, Cumberland, and had a 



T OSEPH HUDDLESTON, of Farington, afore- 
j said, and of Hutton John, Cumberland ; mar- 
ried Elinor, 2nd daughter of Cuthbert Sisson, of 
Kirkbarow, Westmorland, and had, with numer- 
ous issue, a son, 

A NDREW HUDDLESTON, of Hutton John, 
-^^ aged J3 in 1617 ; married 1632, Dorothy, 
daughter of Daniel Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland, and had, with other issue, a daughter, 

Mary Huddleston, married as 2nd wife to 
John Senhouse, of Netherhall, Cumberland, who 
died 1667, leaving, with other issue, a son. 



H' 



UMPHREY SENHOUSE, of Netherhall, 
Cumberland, aforesaid, high sheriff 1714; 
married Eleanor, daughter of William Kirby, Esq., 
of Elslack, CO. Lancashire, and had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

BRIDGET SENHOUSE, buried at Dearham 
27 Sept., 1749, having married 14 May, 
1717, to John Chri;,tian, of Milntown, Isle of Man, 
and Unerigg, Cumberland (see page 58), admitted 
to Gray's Inn 14 June, 1706; barrister 22 June, 
1713 ; born 14, baptized at Dearham 24 May, 1688; 
died 20, and buried there 25 Sept., 1745, having 
had, with 7 sons (see page 58), 4 daughters, of 
whom the eldest, 



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♦• Ths -t- DEscEnrp + ob •♦ 
AXEL MARKHAM LAW-GISIKO, of St. Petersburgh, 



imm iRopal 




of OEnfflanD, 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there l272,=pGiIbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloui 
1295. 



d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 12 



Margaret de Clare, m. Ist= 
to Sir Piers Gaveston,Earl of 
Cornwall. 



^Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=fRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

J Aug. 1372. 

Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=f Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

wick. 



Katherine de Stafford- 



Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
18 Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=j=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 



Katherine de la Pole= 



=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept 
1466. 



Joan Stapilton=j=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



Sir John Huddleston, 
3 Hen. VUI. 



.=j=Joan, dau. 
A'hugh. 



of Lord Fitz- 



continued aboz't. 



A, 

continued front Below. 
Sir John Huddleston=pJoan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of=pJoyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=i=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 

Farmgton, co. Lane, etc. I of Cuthbert Hutton, of 

Hutton John, Cumberland. ■ 



Joseph Huddleston, 
Farington. 



Andrew Huddleston, 
Hutton John. 



of=T=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
: Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 
Westmorland. 



Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland. 



Mary 
wife). 



Huddleston (2nd= 



Bridget Senhouse, m. 14 
May 1717, bd. 27 Sept. 
1749- 



Ibert 
I Wes 

1 

T 



all, Cumberland. 



pEleanor, dau. of William 
Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 
CO. Lane. 

=John Christian, of Miln- 
town. Isle of Man, d. 20 
Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27 June,=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 

1740, d. I March, 1762. I D.D., Bishop of Carlisle 

I 1768 until d. 14 Aug. 1767. 



John Law, bp. Ewan Law, of=j=Henrietta Sarah, eldest Edward, cr. 



of Clonfert, m. Horsted, Sussex, 
andd.s.p.1810. M.P. Westbury, 
» etc., d. 24 April, 

1829. 



dau. of W. Markham, 
archbishop of York, d. borough, 
15 Aug. 1844. 



1 



Thomas, settled George Law, 5 daus. 
in America, m. D.D., bp. of 
and d. s.p. Bath and 

Wells.=r 



William John Law, of Edward Law, 

Horsted, m. and had D.D., chaplain 

issBe.=f at St. Peters- 

/|\ burgh, d. lo 

Nov. 1S68. 



=Mary E., dau. 
of Rev. J. P. 
Mosley, d. 11 
May, 1877. 



George Ewan, m. 
and had issue. =f= 

A 



Maria, m. to 
Sir George 
Clerk, Bart. 



Elizabeth F., m. to Rev. 
Peter G.Crofts.of Mailing 
House, Sussex.=p 



Josephine Mary Eliza, m. HenriettaMaria, Caroline Frances, Emily Mosley=j=Axel Dan Law- Isabella Sarah, 



Ann,m.i838 1840 to James m. 1848 to Fran- m. 1846 toRichd. Law, b. 

to Rev. John R.Cattley,Esq., cis Anderson, Miller, Esq. Nov. 1827, d. 

A. Wright. of St. Peters- Esq., W.S.=f= =f 2-l4February, 

burgh.j A A 1880. 



Petersburgh,r 
20 Aug. 185 1. 



Henry Robin- 
son, Esq., of 
Altona,Riga.=F= 



Axel Markham Law- Erik Mosley Emily Mary=rRobert Cattley Hilda Law-:=Alexander Eugene Robert de 

Gisiko, of St. Peters- Law-Gisiko, Law-Gisiko, I Whishaw, of St. Gisiko, m. Volborth, a Russian nobleman, 

burgh, b. 9-21 Sept. b. 11-23 Mar. "»■ 3 O c t. Petersburgh. 5-17 Oct. secretary to the Imperial foreign 

1852. 1864. 1879. I 1883. office. 



Montague Law Whishaw, b. 11-23 Aug. 1880. 
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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



MARY CHRISTIAN, bom ig March, 1722, 
died I March, 1762, buried at St. Mary- 
the-Less, Cambridge; she married at Dearham, 24 
June, 1740, to Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, D.D. (son 
of Rev. Edmund Law, 49 years curate of Staveley, 
CO. Lane), archdeacon of Carlisle 1743, master 
of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1754, bishop of Carlisle 
1768, until his death, 14 Aug., 1787, aged 84, 
having had 8 sons and 5 daughters [a). 

[I17] Edmund, born 4 July, 1741, o.s., died 23 Feb., 1758. 
[2<7] John, Bishop of Clonfert i782,Kilkiloe 1787, Elphin 
1795 ; died s.p. 19 .March, iSlo, having married 17 Jan., 
17S2, Anne, relict of Thomas Tomlinson. Ksq., of Car- 
lisle, and of Blencogo Hall, Cumberland, only daughter 
of Rev. William Plasketl, vicar of Gauton, Yorks, and 
Brampton, Cumberland ; she died s.p. 13 March, 1S13. 
[3a] Ewan, of Horsted, .Sussex, M. K Westhury 1790-5, 
Newtown, I.W., 1802; died 24 April, 1829. having 
married 28 June, 17S4, Henrietta Sarah, eldest daughter 
of IVIost Rev. William Markham. D.D., archbishop of 
York (see Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees) ; she died 15 
Aug., 1844, aged 80, having had, with other issue, 4 sons 
and 3 daughters (b). 

(^b-^a) William John, of Horsted, bar.-at-law, chief 
commissioner of insolvent court ; born 6 Dec, 1786; 
died 5 Oct., 1869, having married i Jan., 1S17, Char- 
lotte Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Simpson, Esq., of 
Middlethorpe Hall, co. Yorks, and had, \\ith other 
issue, 5 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Edmund, born i iVIarch, 1818 ; died 26 March, 
1867, having married 17 May. 1848, Frederica, sth 
daughter of Hon. Charles Ewan Law (see page 104), 
(she re-married to M. GreveJ, and had, with other 
issue. 3 sons and a daughter. 

Edmund, born 21 Jan., 1850; Henry Towry, 

barrister-at-law L.I. 1S79, born 29 May, 1856; 

Edwin, born March, 1861; Gertrude Marguerite. 

[2] Ewan Robert, R.N.; born 8 Aug., 1819; died 

31 July. 1838. 

[3] William George, loth Bengal N.I. ; born 30 
Oct., 1823; killed in action before Delhi, 23 July, 
1857; unmarried. 

[4] Markham John, bar.-at-Iaw I.T. 1861; born 2 
March, 1834 ; died unmarried 7 March, 1880. 
[6] David Edward, fellow New Coll.. Oxon ; born 
10 Feb., 1838 ; died unmarried 9 April, 1873. 
[6] Charlotte Elizabeth. 
[7] Emma Henrietta. 

[8] Augusta Frances, died 28 Jan., 1865, having 
married July, 1863, to Captain Edward Nares. 
R.N., and had a daughter, 

Agnes Sophia Nares, born 19 Jan., 1865. 
[9] Frederica Anne, married 16 April, 1872, to Curt 
Conde. capt. Royal Saxon artillery. 
(2/'-ja) Edward, D.D., 44 years chaplain to the British 
embassy at St. Petersburg; born 7 Aug., 1790; died 
10 Nov., 1868, having married 2 May, i8i6, Maiy 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Rev. John Peploe Mosley, 
of RoUeston, Staffordshire (see Foster's Baronetage) ; 
she died 11 May, 1877, having had 2 sons and 6 
daughters (d). 
\id-2b\ Edward Peploe, born 28 April, i8i8; died 
24 March, 1837. 
. ]^d-2b\ Alfred Markham, 23rd Royal Welsh fusiliers ; 
born 19 Sept., 1832 ; died unmarried 9 Nov., 1870. 
\Zd-2b'\ Josephine Anne, born 22 July, 1819 ; died 
s.p. 15 April, 1849, having married 10 Sept., 1838, as 
and wife to Rev. John Adolphus Wright, rector of 
Ickham, Kent, who died 16 June, 1881. 
[4rf-^i] Mary Eliza, born 21 March, 1821 ; died 6 
March, 1S59, having married 21 Oct., 1840, to James 



Richard Cattley, Esq., of St. Petersburg; he died 
22 Jan., 1867, aged 61. having had (with 4 others, 
died young) 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Alfred Cattley, of St. Petersburg, bom 28 
April, 1845. 

(2) Cswald James, born 4 Feb., 1850. 

(3) James Edward, born 25 Sept.. 1857. 

(4) Rhoda Mary, born 13 Feb., 1844; married 15 
Oct., 1868, to Charies James Hill, Esq., and has 
3 daughters. 

Vera Mary HiLL, born 17 Feb., 1872; Rhoda 
Nadiejda, born 13 July, 1873; Hilda Marg.aret, 
born 20 March, 1875. 

(5) Henrietta Frances, born 5 Oct., 1848 ; married 
19 July, 1870, to Charies John Wood, Esq., of 
Warsaw, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Charies Cattley Wood, born II Dec, 1872; 

Lydia Mary, born 8 Oct., 1871 ; Ethel, born 21 

Sept., 1S75; Mildred Mosley. 
\_id-2b\ Henrietta Maria, born 6 Nov., 1822; married 
24 Oct., 1848, to Francis Anderson, W.S., who died 
18 Dec, 1855, having had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) John Ramsay Anderson, born 25 May, 1851; 
married 5 Jan., 1875, Elizabeth Moore, only 
child of Adm. John Hay (of the Seggieden family), 
and has 2 daughters, 

Florence Mabel, born 17 May, 1876 ; Edythe 
Constance. 

(2) Edward Markham, bom 28 Nov., 1852 ; died 

Aug., 1880. 

(3) Francis, born 25 June, 1854. 

(4) Mary Elizabeth, born 24 Oct., 1849 ; married 
18 April, 1876, to Reginald Hope Spens, Esq. 
(youngest son of the late Archibald Spens, of 
Lathallan), and has a son and daughter. 

Archibald Hope Spens, born 27 Jan., 1877 ; 
Evelyn Mary, born 9 May, 1878. 

(5) Henrietta Maria, born 23 Feb., 1856. 
[6d-2b] Caroline Frances, born 19 Aug., 1824 ; mar- 
ried 17 Aug.. 1846, to Richard Mdler, Esq., of 
Manderston, Berwick (brother of Sir William, of 
Manderston, created a baronet, see Foster's Baro- 
netage), who died 12 Jan., i860, having had a son 
and 2 daughters. 

(1) James Charies Miller, M.A. Jesus Coll., 
Camb. ; born 6 June, 1848; married 6 May, 1871, 
Maria Josephine, youngest daughter of Patrick J. 
Coen, Esq., of Glenbrook House, co. Limerick, 
and has 2 sons, 

Alexander Sutheriand(Miller),1orn2 July, 1875. 
James Walter Sutherland, born 10 July, 1876. 

(2) Josephine Maty (Miller), married 6 Nov., 
1874, to Edward H Ebsworth, of St Peters- 
burg, and has a daughter, • 

Elizabeth (Ebsworth). 

(3) Caroline Frances (Miller). 

[7d-2b] Emily Mosley, bom 19 Nov., 1827; died 
2-14 Feb., 1S80, having married 20 Aug., 1851, to 
Axel Dan Law-Gisiko, merchant, hereditary noble 
knight of Swedish order of Wasa, and of the Russian 
order of St. Stanislas, and had (with 3 sons, who 
died young) 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Axel Markham Law-Gisiko, born 9-21 Sept., 
1852. 

(2) Erik Mosley Law-Gisiko, born 1 1-23 March, 
1864. 

(3) Emily Mary, boi-n 9-21 Sept., 1857; married 
31 Oct., 1879, to Robert Cattley Whishaw, of 
St. Petersburg, and has a son, 

Montague Law Whishaw, born 11-23 Aug., 
18S0. 

(4) Hilda, born 27 Mai-ch-l8 April, 1861 ; married 
5-17 Oct., 1883, to Alexander Eugene Robert de 
Volborth, a Russian noble, secretary to the Russian 
Foreign Office, a knight of various orders. 



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ELIZA SARAH, wife of JAMES INGRAM, ES(^, 



OF A DBS, SUSSEX, 



BIooD Eopal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=EIeanor (ist wife), dan. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1272,: 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). 



Gilbert 

GIou 

1295 



Clare, Earl of 
etc., d. 7 Dec. 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
toSir Piers Gaveston.Earl of I band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. | ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=j=Ralph de SlafTord, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 

Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=j=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

I wick. 

Katherine de Stafibrd=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suft"< 
18 Sept. 141 5. 



I Earl of Suftolk 1399, d. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=f Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=FSir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
1466. 



I Stapilton=j=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



l.=j=Joan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
Ahugh. 



Sk John Huddleston, 
3 Hen. Vin. 



continued abcn'e. 



cotiiinued from hehw 
Sir John Huddleston=j=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of= 



-Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Huddleston, of^pMary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 
Lane, etc. of Cuthbert Hutton, of 
Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddleston, (jf=j=F.Iinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. I bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 

I Westmorland. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=j=DcHothy, dau. of Daniel 
Hutton John. Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 

morland. 



Mary Huddleston (2nd=T=John Senhouse, of Nether- 
wife). J hall, Cumberland. 



of=j=Eleanor, dau. of William 
I Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, ■ 
CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. i4=j=John Christian, of Mi 
May, 1717, bd. 27 Sept. town. Isle of Man, d. 
1749. Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27june,=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, ■ 
1740, d. 1 March, 1762. I D.D., Bishop of Carlisle! 
I 1768 until d. 14 Aug. 1767. 



John Law, Bishop Ewan Law, of Horsted,==Henrietta Sarah, elde?.t dau. Edward, created 
of Clonfert, m. and Sus.se\,M. P. Westbury, of \V. Markham, Archbishop Baron Ellen- 

d.s.p. 1810. etc., d. 24 April, 1829. of York, d. 15 Aug. 1844. borough.= 



John Law, Edwsrd Law,=pMary E., dau. of George Ewan, Maria, m. to Sir 
:d, mand I).D.,chaplainat Rev.J. P. Mosley, m. and had Geo. Clerk, Bart. 
:. i St. Petersburgh, d. ii May, 1877. issue,== =f= 



Elizabeth F., d.=j=Rev. Peter G. Crofts, 
24 Aug. 1878. I of Mailing Ho., Sussex, 
d. 16 July, 1855. 



John Crofts, of Sompting HenryPeterCrofls, Charles Daniel, rector 
Abbots, Sussex, m. and d. of Sompting,m. and of Caythorpe, m. and 
has 3 sons and 4 daus. 



\ 4 dau 



Eliza Sarah=Jas.Ingram, Fanny Crofts, 
Crofts, m. 5 I of Ades.Sus- m.ioMay,:642, 
Jan. 1843. sex. to A. Powell, 



James Crofts Ingram, b. 6 
Dec. 1843, m. 17 Sept. 
1874, Lucy, 2nd dau. of C. 
Andrew, Esq..of Coughton 
Worc.= 






Walter Feilde Ingram, b. 21 
Sept. 1851, m. 19 Sept. 1877, 
Catherine, 2nd dau. of J. H. 
Sclater, Esq., of Newick Park, 



Charles, 



b. 1879. Dorothy. 
1881. Cicely, 

b. 1883. 



William Robert, b. 1857. 
Henrv L.w, b. 1858. 
Eliza Mary. 
Edith Cecilia. 



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The Descendants of the Kt7tgs of England. 



[id-sb] Isabella Sarah, born il April, 1830; died 2 
Feb., 1865, having married 27 April, 1852, to Henry 
Robinson, vice-president of the Riga Diinaberg, and 
president of Riga Bolderan railway companies, and 
had a son and 3 daughters. 

Henry Law Robinson, born 17 Aug., 1S59 ; 

Isabella Eliza, born 23 Feb., 1854; Fanny Sarah, 

born 19 June, 1857 ; Olga Mary, born 20 July, 

1862. 

(ib-ja) George Ewan, bom 28 Oct., 1796 ; diecV6 0ct., 

1820, having married 22 June, 1815, Charlotte Price, 

eldest daughter of Commodore Sir John Hayes ; she 

died 5 May, 1867, having had 2 sons and a daughter {d). 

[Is-jtf] George Ewan, born 16 Oct., 1S16; died 

unmarried. 

[2e-jb] Henrietta Catherine, born 8 Feb., 1819 ; died 
unmarried. 

[ie-sb] W1LLI.MI Trevor Law, of British Burmah, 
baptized 10 Dec, 1S20; died , 1S74, having 
married I Feb., 1840, Pauline Caroline, daughter of 
A. Degage, of Nantes; she died 31 Oct., 1879, 
having had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) George Hungerford, born 8 [une, 1843. 

(2) William Ogilvie, bar.-at-law M.T. r866 ; 
born 20 Nov., 1844; married ist, , 

; he married 2ndly, 7 Sept., 1879, 
Mary Adela Amherst, 3rd daughter of the late 
Francis Samuel Daniel-Tyssen, Esq., of Sandgate, 
Kent (see B. Abekdare, in Foster's Peerage), and 
has had, with other issue, 4 sons. 

Frank Ewan, died 17 April, 18S2, aged 6 years ; 

a son, born 16 July, 1880 ; a son, born 20 Sept., 

1881 ; and a son, born 20 Sept., 1882. 

(3) Charles Woodin, bar.-at-law M.T. 1869; 
born 9 Aug., 1S46; married and has a son, born 
22 Sept., 1S80 ; and a daughter, born 6 March, 
1882. 

(4) Arthur Boddam, bora 30 May, 1853. 

(5) James Macdonald, born 4 Dec, 1856. 

(6) Pauline Harriet, born I June, 1849 ; died 
8 Oct., 1877, having married to Jacobus 
Petrus de Wet, chief justice Transvaal 1880, 
puisne judge Cape Colony 1S78-80. 

(7) Henrietta Crawford, born 21 Nov., 1851 ; mar- 
ried 29 Aug., 1S70, to E J Stanley, Esq., 
of Brisbane. 

(8) Marianne Georgina, born 20 Dec, 1859 ; mar- 
ried 26 April, 1882, to Rev. Samuel Benjamin 
Taylor, chaplain Gowhatti and Shillong 1880-1, 
B.A. Christ Coll., Camb. (Jun. Opt.), 1867, M.A. 
1871. 

(ib-sa) Ewan, B.C.S., died in India 1818, having 
married Mary Anne, daughter of John Townsend 
Hungerford, E.I.C.S. ; she re-married 1S26, 

to George Williamson, lieut. nth dragoons, capt. in 
the Nizam's cavalry. 

(bb-sa) Maria, died 7 Sept., 1866, having married 13 
Aug., 1810, to Right Hon. Sir George Clerk, Bart., of 
Pennycuik ; he died 23 Dec, 1867, having had issue 
(see Foster's Baronetage, and page 47). 
(6b-ja) Elizabeth Frederica, died 24 Aug., 1878, aged 
84, having married 30 April, 1816, to Rev. Peter Guerin 
Crofts, of Mailing House, Sus.=ex, who died 16 July, 
1859, having had 4 sons and 2 daughters {g). 
[\g-6b'] John Crofts, of Sompting Abbots, Sussex, 
capt. king's dragoon guards; born March, 1817; 
died s.p. 12 May, 1853, having married 22 June, 
1848, Elizabeth .Mary, eldest daughter of Robert 
Sellers, Esq., of Hill Field, co. Gloucester; she re- 
married , to late ftev. John Wolstenholme 
Cobb, M.A., rector of Great Berkhamstead. 
[2^-6/'] Henry Peter (Crofts), of Sompting Abbots, 
Sussex, J. P., D.L., high sheriff 1S6S ; born 16 
Dec, 1818; married 16 May, 1850, Ellen Merriall, 
daughter of George Dodson, Esq., of Lichfield, and 

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niece of late Rt. Hon. Sir John Dodson, judge 
prerogative court, and has 4 daughters. 

(1) Blanche Ellen, married 30 April, 1879, to 
Samuel Barrington Tristram, Esq.. bar.-at-law 
Inner Temple 1872; M.A., Merton Coll., Oxon ; 
inspector under local govt, board, and has a son, 

Lancelot Barrington Crofts (Tristram), born 17 
March, 1S82. 

(2) Elizabeth Frances. 

(3) Gertrude Mary. 

(4) Maud Charlotte. 

[ig-6b] Charles Daniel, B.A. St. John's Coll., Camb., 
1845 ; rector of Caythorpe, co. Lincoln, since 1847 ; 
born 8 March, 1S22; married 20 May, 1846, Harriet, 
2nd daughter of late James Ingram, Esq., of Ades, 
Chailey, .Sussex, and has 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Charles Guerin (Crofts), born 26 May, 1848. 

(2) Evan Nevile, born 2i Dec, 1852. 

(3) John Markham Le Pla, born 2 Jan., i860. 

(4) Alice Elizabeth, born 24 July, 1847; married 
22 Jan., 1880, to Frederick George, 2nd surviving 
son of late Rev. John Chancourt Girardot, vicar 
of Car-Colston, Notts, and has a son and daughter 

Charles Andre Chancourt Girardot, born 31 
Oct., 1880 ; Gladys Mary, born 22 Feb., 1882. 

(5) Amy Harriet, born 2 Aug., 1854. 

(6) Mary Emily, born 3 Nov., 1855. 

(7) Ethel Fanny, born 5 April, 1857. 

[ig-6b] Edmund William, capt. 23rd R.W. fusiliers, 
major and adj. 1st Hants volunteers; born 6 Oct., 
1827; died 24 June, 1880, having married 24 July, 
1856, Elizabeth Penelope, daughter of William 
Lutley Sclater, Esq., of Hoddington House, Hants, 
and had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Edmund Sclater (Crofts), lieut. the Hampshire 
r<^g'- (37th foot); born 23 June, 1859. 

(2) Francis Guerin. born , 1862. 

(3) Leonard Markham, bom , 1867. 

(4) Laura Frederica Penelope, bom , 
1857. 

(5) Beatrice Eleanor, born , 1863. 
[bg-6b] Eliza Sarah, married 5 Jan., 1843, to J^mes 
Ingram, of Ades, Sussex, eldest son of James 
Ingram, Esq., of Ades (by Mary Harrison, only 
daughter of William Henry Feilde, Esq., of Nether- 
field. Herts), and has 4 sons and 7 daughter^ 

(1) James Crofts (Ingram), bom 6 Dec, 1843 ! 
married 17 Sept., 1874, Lucy, 2nd daughter of 
Charles Andrew, Esq., of Coughton, co. Warwick, 
and has had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

James Walter (Ingram), bom June, 1875, 
died July, 1879 ; Charles James, bom Oct., 
1879; John Markham, born July, 1881 ; 
Thomas Ashton, born Aug., 1883; Dorothy 
Ashton ; Cicely Margaret. 

(2) Walter Feilde, born 21 Sept., iSjl ; married 
19 Sept., 1877, Catherine Louisa Helen, 2nd 
daughter of James Henry Sclater, Esq., of Newick 
Park, Sussex, and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Cecil Walter, born Dec, 1879 ; James 

Francis, born Dec, 1881 ; Helen Louisa; 
Catherine Rachel. 

(3) William Robert, born 30 April. 1857. 

(4) Henry Law, born 18 Oct., 1858. 

(5) Eliza Mary. 

(6) Edith Cecilia. 

(7) Constance Emily. 

(8) Florence Charlotte. 

(9) Helen Lsabella. 

(10) Mabel Frances. (11) Margaret Elinor. 
[Gg-6b] Fanny Charlotte (Crofts), married 10 May, 
1842, to Arthur Powell, Esq., of Milton Heath, 
Dorking, J. P. and commissioner of taxes for Surrey, 
a governor and almoner of Christ's Hospital, and has 
had 9 sons and 2 daughters. 



♦• Thg +TrESCBnT'+ OB •♦ 

Edmund Christian Law, 

OF THE INNER TEMPLE, 

FROM THE 



Of (ZBng;IanB» 



QBlootJ iRogal 




Edward I., crowned 19=;= Eleanor (1st wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
(1. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there l272,=rGilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 l\;ay, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I I29S- 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=f=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston,Earl of I band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=rRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=f Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, 



; Sept. 141 5. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=T=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=j=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept 
I 1466. 



Joan Stapilton=FSir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
J husband). 



Sir John Huddleston, d.=j=Joan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
3 Hen. Vin. Ahugh. 



continued above. 



eoiiiimied from below. 
Sir John Huddleston=Fjoan Fitzhugh. 

Sir John Huddleston, of=f=Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=pMary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 
Farington, co. Lane, etc. of Cuthbert Hutton, of 
Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddleston, of=rElinor, 2nd 
Farington. 



of Cuth- 
bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 
Westmorland. 



Andrew Huddleston, o(=i=Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 



Hutton John. 



Mary 
wife). 



Huddleston (2nd=j=John Senhouse, of Nether- 
hall, Cumberland. 



Humphrey Senhouse, of=i=Eleanor, dau. of William 
Netherhall. Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 

CO. Lane. 

Bridget Senhouse, m. l4=T=Jo'in Christian, of Miln- 
May 1717, bd. 27 Sept. town, Isle of Man, " "" 
1749. -Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27 Jur 
1740, d. I March, 1762. 



=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 
I D.D., Bishop of Carlisle 
I 1768 until d. 14 Aug. 1767. 



John Law, Bishop Ewan Law, 
of Clonfert, m. and of Horsted, 
d. s.p. 1810. Sussex.=j= 



Edward, cr. Thomas, settled George HenryLaw,=j=Jane. eldest dau 

BaronEIlen- in America, m. D.D.,bishopofBalh I of Gen. Adeane 

borough.=f= and d. s p. and Wells 1824-45, | of Babraham, d, 

A d, 22 Sept. 1845. I 27 Sept. 1826. 



James Thomas Law,=j=Lady Henrietta Charlotte Henry Law, Robert Vanbi-ugh=fSydney Dorothea, Five 

chancellor of diocese Grey, dau. of George, deanofGlou- Law, canon of | dau.of Col.Davison, daus. 

of Lichfield and Co- Earl of Stamford and cester 1862, Chester,b.29Sept. I of London, m. 3 

ventry, d. 22 Feb. Warrington, d. 25 Feb b. 1797. 1709, d. 4 Feb. Nov. 1829, d.loFeb. 

1876. I 1866. 1SS4. Jvl8S2. 



George Henry James Adeane=FHarriet E. B., 3rd 
Law, vicar of Law, late Maj. dau. of Rev. W. 
Locking.d. un. 3rd batt. So- | H. Turner, vicar 
17 Dec. 1875. mersetR.V.,b. I of Ranwell.Somer- 
14 Feb. 1824. set, m. 1857. 



Edmund Chris-=fEmily Mary Scott, Henrietta, m. Charlotte, 

tian Law, bar.- I dau. of Col. Cot- 1843 to Rev Jane. 

at-lawI.T.1856, grave, of the Horace F. 

b. 25 Feb. 1828. I Grance, Banwell, Gray.preb. of 

I m. 2 M.iy, 1872. Wells, andd. 

I s.p. 1844.. 



James Henry Adeane. 
Charles William Albert. 



Francis Grey Cotgrave. Eliza Henrietta. 
Cyril Warrington. Evelyn Rose ScotU 

[95] 



The Descendaids of the Kings of England. 



(1) Arthur Crofts (Powell), M.A. Brasenose 
Coll., Oxon, born 22 Oct., 1844 ; married 4 
Aug., 1868. Caroline, daughter of Rev. Thomas 
Stevens, of Bradfiekl, Berks, and has had 4 sons and 
2 daughters. 

Arthur Marriott (Powell), bom 31 May, 1869; 
Robert Markham, born 13 Aug., 1S70 ; Thomas 
Vaughan, born 5 June, 1874, died ; 

Reginald Crofts, born 30 March, 1876 ; Lucy 
Caroline ; Beatrice Amy. 

(2) Edward Cotton (Powell), born 19 April, 
1846; unmarried. 

(3) James Crofts (Powell), born 3 Aug., 1847 ; 
unmarried. 

(4) Francis (Powell), comr. R.N., born 15 Sept., 
1849 ; married 26 Oct., 1875, Rebecca Wilson, 
daughter of J. W. Glynn, Esq., of Cape Town, 
and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Frank, born 10 Aug., 1876 ; Mary ; Phyllis ; 
Ethel. 

(5) Reginald Henry (Powell), bom I Feb., 185 1 ; 
married 8 June, 1875, Alice Mary, daughter of late 
Rev. John Tur.,er, of Tiffield, Northants, and has 
a daughter, 

Marjorie Helen. 

(6) Leonard George, bora 17 Nov., 1S52; died 
Jan., 1854. 

(7) Clement, M.A. Oriel Coll., Oxon, curate of 
Farnham, bora 23 Nov., 1855 ; married 12 June, 
1883, Anna Carew, widow of Capt. H. J. L. Turn- 
bull, R.A., only daughter of late S. S. Davenport, 
Esq.. of Bognor, Sussex. 

(8) Hubert John, born 13 May, 1858. 

(9) Owen Markham, born 31 March, 1861. 

(10) Fanny Catherine, married 19 April, 1866, to 
Arthur Markham Nesfield, Esq., who died 16 
June, 1S74, liaving had a son and 4 daughters. 

Bertram Powell (Nesfield), bom 10 Dec, 1869 ; 
Avila Catherine, died Dec, 1871 : Lilian 

Henrietta, died Nov., 1871 ; Margaret; 

Dorotliy Ann. 

(11) Amy Gabrielle, married 3 Jan., 1882, to 
Rev. Henry Walter Brock, M.A., vicar of Otter- 
bourne, Hants (son of Very Rev. Carey Brock, 
dean of Guernsey), and has a son and daughter. 

Hubert Carey (Brock), born 3 Nov., 1S83 ; 
Gabrielle Frances. 
(7/'-jrt) Cecilia Anne (Law), died May, 1868, having 
married I Oct., 1824, to Rev. John Barlow, who died 
s.p. July, 1869 (see Foster's Baronetage). 
[4a] EDWAED, created Baron Ellenborough, 19 
April, 1802 (see page 104). 
[5«] Joseph, died unmarried. 
[6rt] Edmund, died unmarried. 

[7a] Thomas, settled in America ; died s.p.s. July, 1834, 
aged 78, having married Anne Curtis, of South Carolina. 
[8a] George Henry, D.D., bishop of Chester 1812, trans- 
lated to Bath and Wells 1824; born 12 Sept., 176P-1 ; 
died 22 Sept., 1845, aged 85, having married 13 July, 
1784, Jane, eldest daughter of Gen. James Whorwood 
Adeane, of Babraham, Cambridge, M.P. ; she died 27 
Sept., 1826, having had 4 sons and 5 daughters [h). 
(l/i-i'a) James Thomas, chancellor of the diocese of 
Lichfield and Coventry, and master of St. John's 
hospital, Lichfield ; born 8 Dec. 1790 ; died 22 Feb., 
1876, having married 16 Dec, 1820, Lady Henrietta 
Charlotte Grey, eldest daughter of George Harry, 6th 
Earl of Stamford and 2nd Earl of Warrington (see 
Foster's Peerage) ; she died 25 Feb., 1S66, having had, 
with otiier issue, 3 sons and 2 daughters (<('). 

[li-///] George Henry, M,A., vicar of Locking, 
Somerset; born 9 Oct., 1821; died unmarried 17 
Drc., 1875. 

[2/--///] James Adeane, late major 3rd bat. Somerset 
K.V., formerly capt. Bengal N.L, J.P. Somerset; 



bom 14 Feb., 1824; married 4 June, 1857, Harriet 
Ellen Blachley, 3rd daughter of Rev. William Hamil- 
ton Turner, vicar of Banwell, Somerset, and has 2 sons. 
James Henry Adeane, born 9 June, i860; Charles 
William Albert, 4th R.L dragoon guards, born 22 
Nov., 1861. 
\^k-ih\ Edmund Christian," bar.-at-law I.T. 1856, 
late principal surrogate at Lichfield ; born 25 Feb., 
1828 ; married 2 May, 1872, Emily Mary Scott, 
daughter of Col. Cotgrave, of The Grange, Banwell, 
Somerset, and has had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
Francis Grey Cotgrave, born 3 Feb., 1876; James 
Eaton, born 4, died 5 April, 1874 ; Cyril Warring- 
ton, born 9 Sept., 1877 ; Eliza Henrietta, bora 21 
Feb., 1S73; Evelyn Rose Scott, born 13 Sept., 1879. 
[4^-//i] Henrietta, died s.p. 22 Aug., 1844, having 
married 14 Sept., 1843, to Rev. Horace Faithful 
Gray, prebendary of Wells. 
[5/--//i] Charlotte Jane. 
(^h-8a) George, born 24 Aug., 1794; died 30 Dec, 181 1. 
(3/z-<R;) Henry, dean of Gloucester 1862, chancellor 
and archdeacon of Wells 1826, canon residentiary of 
Wells 1828-62, rector of Weston-super-Mare 1840-62, 
late fellow and tutor of St. John's Coll., Camb., 
M.A. 1823; bora 28 Sept., 1797. 
{Mi-Sa) Robert Vanbrugh, J.P., M.A. St. Peter Coll., 
Camb., 1S25, rector of Christian Malford, Wilts, 
1835-77, treasurer of Wells Cathedral 1829-84, some- 
time canon of Chester; bom 29 Sept., 1799, died 4 
Feb., 1884; married 3 Nov., 1829, Sydney Dorothea, 
daughter of Col. Davison; she died 10 Feb., 1S82, 
b.nving had 7 sons and 7 daughters (/). 

[l/-^/i] George Vanbrugh Law, col. Madras army 
(retd.); born 27 July, 1832; married 1st, 30 Sept., 
1S62, Harriet Octavia, 6th daughter of Richard 
Strachey, Esq. (see next page) ; she died 3 Dec, 
1865, having had 2 children, who died young. 
He married 2ndly, 10 Nov., 1868, Maria Angelica, 
daughter of Gen. Selby, R.A., s.p. 
\2l-4h'\ Edmund Robert Adeane, R.N., died un- 
married. 

[3/-.^;] Henry, died young. 

[4/-.j(//] Henry Patten, major R. Scots fusiliers, 1881 ; 
born 13 Jan., 1842. 

i^l-^h^ Arthur, M.A. St. Peter Coll., Camb., 1875, 
rector of Dauntsey, W'ilts, since 1S75, etc. ; born 
25 Feb., 1842; married 19 Aug., 1S75, Eleanor 
Mary, only daughter of late Rev. W. E. Ehvell, 
M.A., rector of Dauntsey, Wilts, and has 2 sons 
and a daughter. 

Arthur Robert Wiliiam, bora 26 Oct., 1877; 
George Henry, born 16 Feb., 18S2 ; Eleanor 
Sidney, born II Sept., 1879. 
[6/-^//] Edward, commander R.N. ; bom 31 Jan., 
1S45. 

[7/-.j</;] Edwin, capt. 2nd batt. the Gloucestershire 
regt. : born 16 June, 1846. 
[8/-^/] Mary Dorothea, born 7 Aug., 1830; died 

[9/-.j(lj Everilda, born 28 June, 1831; married 4 Aug., 
1852, to her cousin, Rev. George Francis Powell, 
B.A., rector of Sutton Veny, Warminster, Wilts, since 
1S54, family registrar to the archdeacon of Wells 
(see next page), and has had 5 sons and 7 daughters. 
\Vai-4h'\ Ada Jane. 
\\V-4li\ Sidney Elizabeth. 
[12/-^/] Louisa Augusta. 

[13/-.iM] Mary Christian, married 10-18 June, 1858. to 

Sir Frederick Martin Williams, Bart., M.P. Truro 

1865-78, who died 3 Sept., 1878 (see Foster's 

Jiaroiietage), having had 9 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Sir Robert William WiUiams, 3rd bart., o( 

Tregullow, Cornwall, J.P., D.L. ; capt. 3rd brig. 

western div. arty. mil. 1882-3; bora 21 Feb., 

iS5o; married 13 July, 18S1, Matilda Frances, 



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♦• ThS DeSCGHT OB •♦ 

Col. George Vanbrugh Law, 

LATE MADRAS CAVALRY, 



XlootJ Eogal 




Edward I., crowned i9=fEIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there l272,=i=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=i=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
lo Sir Piers Gaveston.Earl of band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=j=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 
Aug. 1372. 

Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=i=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
18 Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=fAnn, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=rSir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
1466. 



>le=fS 



Joan Stapilton=p Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
J husband). 

Sir John Huddleston, d.=fJoan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
3 Hen. VHI. /Rhugh. 

A, 
continued above. 



Of CnglanD. 



eontznued/rotn Below, 
Sir John Huddleston=T=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of=j=Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
Milium, heir of John Prickley, of 

Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=j=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 

Farington, co. Lane, etc. I of Cuthbert Hutton, of 

I Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddleston, of=j=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 

Westmorland. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=rDorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Hutton John. Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 

morland. 



Mary 
wife). 



Huddleston (2nd= 



of=j=Eleanor, dau, of William 
Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 
CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. i4=fJohn Christian, of Miln- 
May 1717, bd. 27 Sept. town. Isle of Man, d. 20 
1749- Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27 June,: 
1740, d. 1 March, 1762. 



:Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 
D.D., Bishop of Carlisle 
1768 until d. 14 Aug. 1767. 



John Law, Bishop Ewan Law, Edward, cr. 
of Clonfert, m. and of Horsted, Baron Ellen- 
d. s.p. 1810. Sussex.=i= borough.=p 



Thomas, settled George HenryLaw,=j=Jane, eldest dau 

in America, m. D.D.,bishopofBath I of Gen. Adeane 

and d. s.p. and Wells 1824-45, of Babraham, d 

d. 22 Sept. 1S45. 27 Sept. 1S76. 



James Thomas Law,=Lady Henrietta Charlotte Henry Law, Robert Vanbrugh=i=SydneyDorothea,dau. 5 daus. 

chancellor of diocese | Grey, dau. of George, dean of Glou- Law, canon of of Col. Davison, of 

of Lichfield and Co- I Earl of Stamford and cester 1862, Chester, b. 29 London, m. 3 Nov., 

ventry, d. 22 Feb. [Warrington, d. 25 Feb., b. 1797. Sept, 1799, d. 1829, d. 10 Feb., 1882. 

1876. /K1866. 4 Feb., 1884. 



Harriet (ist^George Vanbrugh^Maria An- 
wife)dau.of Law, col. Madras gelica (2nd 
R.Strachey, army retd,, b, wife), dau. 
Esq., m. 1832. of Genl. 

1862, d.s.p. Selby.R.A. 

1865. m. 1868. 



Edmund, R.N.,d. Arthur Law, M.A., Edward, comr. 
unm. b. 1842, m. 1875, R.N.,b.l845. 
Henry, d. y. Eleanor Mary, only Edwin.capt.the 
Henry Patten, dau. of late Rev. Gloucester- 
major royal W. E. Elwell, M.A. shire regt., 
Scots fusiliers. ^ = b. 1846. 


7 daughters 

^d%^8r' 


Ar'thlu, b. 1877. Eleanor, b. 1879. 
George, b. 1883. 





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13 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



eldest daughter of Edward Beauchamp-Beau- 
champ, Esq., of Trevince, Cornwall, and has a 
daughter, born l6 Nov., 1882. 

(2) Frederick Law, lieut. 3rd batt. Wilts reg., 
born 10 May, 1S62. 

(3) Edward Harvey, born 2 Feb., 1865. 

(4) Leonard Alfred, born 2 April, 1867. 

(5) Claude Albert, born $ Oct., 1870; died 9 
March, 1880. 

(6) Ernest Martyn, born 17 Dec, 1871. 

(7) Victor George, born 28 Jan., 1874. 

(8) Harold Douglas, died 15 Feb., 1876. 

(9) Bertram Leopold, born 27 May, 1878. 

(10) Caroline Sydney, married 27 Sept., 1881, 
to John Alexander, eldest son of Sir John Arnott, 
of Woodlands, Cork. 

(11) Mary Christian. 

(12) Beatrice Julia. (13) Amy Gertrude. 
(14) Maud Caroline Salome, died 25 Oct., 1879. 

[14/-.^A] Augusta Georgiana, born June, 1848 ; d.y. 
[bh-8a) Anne (Law), died 

\lah-8a) Joanna (Law), died 22 April, 1848, having 
married 7 Jaly, 1807, to Alexander Powell, of Hurdcott 
House, Wilts, M.P. Downton 1826 (son of Francis 
Powell, of the same, and grandson of Sir Alexander 
Powell, recorder of New Sarum) ; he died 25 Dec, 
1847, having had 3 sons and 4 daughters (»;)■ 

\\m-6h\ Alexander Pitts Elliott (Powell), of Hurd- 
cott House, Wilts, J. P., D.L„ born 21 Aug., 
1809, died 31 Oct., 1882; married, at Westbury, 
Wilts, 14 March, 1839, Mary Elizabeth Vere Booth, 
daughter of William Tyndale, Esq., of Bathford, 
Somerset, and had 5 sons and 6 daughters. 

(1) Alexander Francis (Powell), of Hurdcott, 
Wilts, J. P., and of Witham Friary, Somerset, M.A. 
Trin. Coll., Camb., capt. 3rd batt. (mil.) Wilts 
regt. 1867-83, born 16 April, 1842; married 25 
Feb., 1875, Hon. Marion Sybil Winn, 3rd daughter 
of Charles AUanson, 3rd Baron Headley (see 
Foster's Peerage), and has a son and 2 daughters. 

Alexander Allanson Tyndale (Powell), born 9 
April, 1876 ; Marion Millicent ; Dorothea Sybil 
Joanna. 

(2) Henry Haynes Preston (Powell), bom 17 Jan., 
1S44, died unmarried 27 July, 1874. 

(3) Tyndale(Powell),born9 July, 1851 ;died same 
year. 

(4) William Henry Theodore Tyndale (Powell), 
born 31 July, 185 1. 

(6) John Alexander Tyndale (Powell), born 26 
March, 1853; married 24 Jan., 1884, Augusta 
Maria Gervis, niece of Sir George. Meyrick, Bart, 
(see Foster's Baronetage). 

(6) Selina Vere, born 22 Oct., 1840, died young, 
Aug., 1S43. 

(7) Mary Vere, died young, May, 1847. 

(8) Caroline Marie Vere, married 4 June, 1868, to 
John James Unwin Clarke, Esq., and has 2 sons. 

Johnjames Vere Unwin-Clarke, born i May, 
1869 ; Alexander Henry, born 2 Dec, 1870. 

(9) Alana Mary Vere, died unmarried 1864. 

(10) Edith Vere, died unmarried 1861. 

(11) Mai-y Elizabeth Vere. 

\2m-6h'\ George Francis Sydenham (Powell), B.A. 
Wadham Coll., Oxon, 1841, rector of Sutton Veny 
1854. formerly P.C. Burcombe, and registrar to the 
archdeiconof Wells, J.P.Wilts, bom i8March, 1820; 
married 4 Aug., 1852, his cousin Everelda, eldest 
daughter of late Rev. Robert Vanbrugh Law, afore- 
said, and has had 5 sons and 7 daughters. 

(1) Edward Sydenham (Pitts) Powell, bom 17 
July, 1853 ; died 16 March, 1855. 

(2) George Henry, born 20 June, 1857. 

(3) Arthur Lauriston, born 29 June, i860. 

(4) Wadham Locke, born 23 Oct., 1863. 



(5) John, born 4, died 6 Sept., 1867. 

(6) Joanna Law. (7) Everilda Georgiana. 
(8) Mary Dorothea. (9) Augusta Maria. 
(lO) Alexandra Louisa. (11) Sidney Florence. 
(12) Katharine Christian. 

\Zm-6h'\ Henry Lionel (Powell), died I July, 1837. 
[4/«-6/iJ Anna Maria (Powell), died Dec, 1845 y 
married I Jan., 1830, to Richard Strachey, Esq., of 
Ashwick {Jrove, Somerset (see Foster's Baronetage') ; 
he died 5 May, 1847, having had, with other issue, 2 
sons and 7 daughters. 

(1) Richard Charles (Strachey), of Ashwick Grove 
aforesaid, J. P. Somerset, ex-lieut. North Somerset 
yeomanry cavalry and 15th Somerset rifle volun- 
teers, born 2 Nov., 1835 ; married 25 March, 1857, 
Charlotte Lindsay, youngest surviving daughter of 
Ralph Barchard Hankin, Esq., late of Bedford, 
and has had, with other issue, 5 sons and 5 daughters. 

[1] Richard Sholto, bom 12 March, 1859. 
[2] Theodore Edward, bom 9 June, i860. 
[3] Claude Mainwaring, born I Sept., 1861. 
[4] Reginald Clive, born 28 Nov., 1866. 
[5] Henry Cyril Gray, born 25 Sept., 1873. 
[6] Mary Charlotte Georgiana, married 27 Sept., 
1 88 1, to Cyril Goodricke Hawdon, Esq., of 
Westerfield, Canterbury, New Zealand. 
[7] Constance Margaret. [8] Marion Lindsay. 
[9] Mildred. [10] Violet Helen. 

(2) Alexander (Strachey), born 20 Feb., 1845 ; 
married 3 Nov., 1S75, Fanny Augusta, only daugh- 
ter of Arthur Phipps, Esq., of Whitstone, Shepton 
Mallet. 

(3) Anne Maria Georgiana, died s.p. 25 Jan., 
1858, having married 5 June, 1857, as 1st wife, to 
her cousin George Strachey, Esq. 

(4) Joanna, married 5 July, 1859, to Rev. George 
Edward Francis Masters, vicar of St. Mary, Bishop 
Hatfield, 1874-5, etc., s.p. 

(5) Mary Augusta, married 6 Aug., 1863, to 
Charies Isaac Elton, Esq., M.P. West Somerset 
since Feb., 1884, barrister-at-law Lincoln's Inn 
1865 ; s.p. (see Foster's Baronetage). 

(6) Charlotte Margaret, married 2 Feb., 1865, to 
John James Phillipps, of Timewell House, Devon, 
J. P. Somerset, capt. 60th rifles, and has 3 sons. 

Ralph Kirkpatrick (Phillipps), bom 6 Jan., 1866. 
Edward Strachey, born 12 Jan., 1867. 
Paul Winsloe, born 24 June, 1870. 

(7) Harriet Octavia, died s.p. 3 Dec, 1865, having 
married 30 Sept., 1862, as 1st wife, to Col. George 
Vanbrugh Law, Madras S.C. (see preceding page). 

(8) Katharine, died 17 Aug., 1870, having married 
9 Dec, 1862, to John Francis Mair Winterscale, 
major and lieut. -col. 3rd batt. Wiltshire regt., late 
lieut. rifle brigade, and had, with other issue, a 
son and daughter. 

George Alexander (Winterscale), bom 18 April, 
1867 ; Katharine Mary Elizabeth. 

(9) Isabel, married 10 Dec. , 1875, to John Holland 
IJaker, chief surveyor Christ Church, New Zealand, 
and has, with other issue, a daughter. 

I.-abel Noeline (Baker). 
\pm-6h'\ Joanna (Powell), married 26 July, 1839, to 
Rev. Thomas Garrett, B.A. Queen's Coll., Oxon, 
1 83 1, chaplain Royal South Hants Infirmary since 
1868, vicar of East Pennard 1839-45, of Martock, 
Somerset, 1845-55, etc., and has had 4 sons and 2 
daughters. 

(1) Thomas (Garrett), of Ellington House, Devon, 
born II June, 1840; married ist, 21 Dec, 1864, 
Laura Elizabeth, daughter of John Garratt, comr. 
R.N. ; she died ; he married 2ndly, 6 

Aug., 1879, Elizabeth, daughter of George Jenkins, 
Esq., of Temple Hill, Weston-super-Mare ; by his 
1st wife he had a son and 2 daughters. 



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♦• Thg Dgscght OB •<» 
MARY ELIZABETH CHRISTIAN CHAMBERLAIN, 

WIFE OF REV. THOMAS FFOSTER CHAMBERLAIN, M.A., HON. 
CANON OF AIANCHESTER, VICAR OF LIMBER MAGNA, LINCOLNSHIRE, 



IBlootJ Eogal 




cf CnglanH 



Edward I., crowned I9=f Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 1 7 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1 272,=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 

Glou( 

I29S- 



d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife), j Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 



Margaret de Clare, m. lst=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston.Earl of I band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 
Aug. 1372. 



Margaret de Audley, d. f 
Sept. 1349. 



Hugh, 2nd Earlof Stafford,=j=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

I wick. 



: Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
18 Sept. 141 5. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=FAnn, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=i=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept, 
I 1466. 

Joan Stapilton=j=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



Sir John Huddleston, d.=fJoan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
3 Hen. Vni. Ahugh. 

A, 

continued ahove. 



A. 

continued /rofn below. 
Sir John Huddleston=j=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of=j=Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
Milium. heir of John Prickley, of 

Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=i=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 

Farington, co. Lane, etc. I of Cuthbert Hutton, of 

I Hutton John, Cumberland. 

Joseph Huddleston, of^pElinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. I bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 

I Westmorland. 



■Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland. 



Andrew Huddleston, of- 
Hutton John. 



Mary Huddleston (2nd=T=John Senhouse, of Nether- 
wife), hall, Cumberland. 



Humphrey Senhouse, cf=pEIeanor, dau. of William 
Netherhall. Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 

CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. l4=T=John Christian, of Miln- 
May 1 717, bd. 37 Sept. town. Isle of Man, d. 20 
1749- Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27 June,=j=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 
1740, d. I March, 1762. D.D., Bishop of Carlisle 

768, until d. 14 Aug. 1787. 



John Law, Bishop Ewan Law, 
of Clonfert, m. and of Horsted, 
d. s.p. 1 810. Sus.sex.=j= 



Edward, cr. 
Baron Ellen- 
borough. =[= 

A 



Thomas, settled George HenryLaw,=i=Jane, eldest dau. 5 daus. 
in America, m. D.D.,bishopofBath I of Gen. Adeane, (see p. 
and d. s.p. and Wells 1824-45, | of Babraham, d. ). 



; Sept. 1845. I 27 Sept. 1826. 



James Thomas Law, Henry Law, dean Robert Vanbrugh Law, Augusta Law (3rd=f=Rev. Jas. Slade, 4 other 



chancellor of diocese of of Gloucester 1862, formerly canon of Ches- dau.), m. 28 May, 

Lichfield and Coventry, b. 1797. ter, b. 29 Sept. 1799 1S12, d. S May, 

d. 22 Feb. 1876.=;= (see p. ).=i= 1822. 

A A 



canon of Ches- daus. 
ter, etc., d. 15 (see p. 
May, i860. ). 



Mary Elizabeth Christian Slade, b. 17 March, =i=Rev. Thomas ffoster Chamberlain, M.A., hon. canon Manchester 
1820, m. 30 July, 1S44. Cathedral, rector of Rufford, co. Lane, 1843-67, vicar of Limber 

Magna since 1867. 



James Slade ffoster=f=Georgina, dau. of Thos. Thos. ffoster 

Chamberlain, vicar of 1 Gage Blake, of Bury Chamberlain, 

Kearsley Moor 1881, b. St.Edmunds, m. 9july, b. 28 April, 

9 July, 1846. I 1874. 186a 



Mary Emily,=T=Wm. Richard- Arthur, b. 1858, d. 

b4May,i848, I son, capt. 3rd 1880. 

m. 4 Sept. batt. Line. Augusta Law. 

1873. Iregt. Sarah Eliz. ffostci. 



James SI: 
Thomas I 



William Teale Richardson, b. 8 Oct. 1875. Edith Mary Kath&ine. 
John Leigh Chamberlain, b. 13 Sept. 1876. Emily Eva. 
Edmund Christian Slade, b. 3 Oct. 1877. 



[99] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[1] Thomas Lauras (Garrett), born l8Jan.,l869. 
[2] Irene Laura Elizabeth, twin with [3] Ethel 
Joanna Powell. 

(2) Alexander John (Garrett), of Worcester, Cape 
of Good Hope, born 22 April, 1S43 ; married 
6 May, 1873, his cousin, Agneta Jane, daughter of 
Rev. Reginald Pole, rector of Yeovilton, Somerset 
(see below), and has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

Reginald Pole (Garrett), born 23 Feb., 1874; 
Alexander Robert, bom 17 April, 1S75 ; John, 
born , 18S2 ; Agneta Henrietta, born 4 

Sept., 1876; Lilian Mary, born 8 Jan., 1880. 

(3) Robert Henry (Garrett), bom 9 June, 1844; 
died 12 Dec, 1866 ; married 24 April, 1S66, 
Emily Stafford, only daughter of John Johnson, 
M.D., of Weston-super-Mare; she died 14 Jan., 
1877, leaving a (posthumous) son, 

Robert Henry (Garrett), born 8 Feb., 1867. 

(4) Henry (Garrett), born 29 March, 1849, 
(3) Elizabeth, born 16 Feb., 1846. 

(6) Joanna, born 23 June, 1S51 ; died 10 May, 1857. 
[Gm-^/i] Jane (Powell), married 29 Sept., 1836, to 
Rev. Reginald Pole, B.A. Exeter Coll., Oxon. 1822, 
rector of Yeovilton since 1839 (see Foster's Baronet- 
age), and has had 4 sons and 7 daughters. 

(1) George Henry Law (Pole), R.E., born 12 
Sept., 1837 ; died unmarried. 

(2) Reginald Carew (Pole), lieut. R.N., born 6 
Aug., 1843 ; died 4 May, 1877. 

(3) Alexander Edward (Pole), of Madura, India, 
bar.-at-law Lincoln's Inn, 1873, born 23 Feb., 
1848 ; married 23 July, 1873, his cousin Joanna, 
daughter of Rev. Charles Raikes Davy, of Bath, 
and has a son and 2 daughters. 

Alexander Charles Reginald ; Mabel Maria ; 
Ethel Agneta. 

(4) John Lionel (Pole), of Madura, India, bar.-at- 
law Lincoln's Inn 1880, born 30 Dec, 1858. 

(5) Henrietta Maria (Pole), married 9 April, 
1865, to Henry Francis Mutukisna, deputy Queen's 
advocate and J. P. northern circuit, Ceylon, who 
died s.p. 

(6) Mary Stuart (Pole), died 

(7) Joanna Augusta (Pole). 

(8) Agneta Jane (Pole), married 6 May, 1873 to 
her cousin Alexander John Garrett, Esq. , aibresaid. 

(9) Anna Maria (Pole). 

(10) Louisa Margaretta (Pole). 

(11) Augusta (Pole). 

\^m-6K\ Catherine Augusta (Powell), died Nov., 
1880 ; married 7 Nov., 1843, to Rev. Charles Raikes 
Davy, of Tracy Park, co. Glouc, M.A. Balliol Coll., 
Oxon, 1843, rector of Adel, Yorks, 1854-8 (only son 
of late Genl. Sir William Gabriel Davy, K.C.H., 
C.B.), and had a son and 3 daughters, 

(1) William (Davy), bom 5 Jan., 1851. 

(2) Mary Anne, died unmarried 5 Oct., 1857. 

^3) Joanna (Davy), married 23 July, 1873, to her 
cousin Alexander Edward Pole, aforesaid. 
(4) Maria Augusta. 
\^h-8a) Augusta (Law), died 5 May, 1822, aged 33, 
having married 28 May, 1812, to Rev. James Slade, 
M.A., rector of Teversham, Cambridge, 1812, vicar of 
Bolton-le-Moors, co. Lane, canon of Chester, rector 
of West Kirby, Cheshire ; he died 15 May, i860, leaving 
by her an only daughter, 

Maty Elizabeth Christian Slade, born 17 March, 
1820; married 30 July, 1844, to Rev. Thomas ffoster 
Chamberlain, M.A. Christ Coll., Camb., 1S42, hon. 
canon Manchester cathedral, rector of Rufford, co. 
Lancaster, 1843-67, yicar of Limber Magna, co. Lin- 
coln, since 1867, and has had 5 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] James Slade ffoster (Ch.imberlain), vicar of 
Kearsley Moor since i88r, of Great Hormead, 
Herts, 1874-81 ; born 9 July, 1846; married 9 July, 
1874, Georgina, daughter of Thomas Gage Blal;e. 

[ (GO 



of Bury St. Edmunds (see Foster's Baronetage), and 

has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 
James Slade ffoster, born 9 Dec, 1875 ; Thomas 
Arthur, born 26 May, 18S0 ; Emily Georgina^ 
Mary, born 31 March, 1877; Mary Frances, born 
10 July, 1878. 

[2] George Henry Richard, born Nov., 1849; 

died 25 Dec, 1850. 

[3] Thomas Francis, bom 16 July, died 9 Aug., 1851. 

[4] Arthur Abraham, bom 15 May, 1858 ; died un- 
married 9 Feb., 1880. 

[5] Thomas ffoster, born 28 April, i860. 

[6] Sara Augusta, born 8 Aug., died 6 Oct., 1845. 

[7] Mary Emily, born 4 May, 1848 ; married 4 

Sept., 1873, to William Richardson, capt. 3rd bat. 

Lincolnshire regt., and has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) William Teale Richardson, born 8 Oct., 1875. 

(2) John Leigh Chamberlain, born 13 Sept., 1876. 

(3) Edmund Christian Slade, born 2 Oct., 1S77. 

(4) Edith Mary Katherine, bom 26 July, 1874. 
(6) Emily Eva, born 12 Nov., 1879. 

[8] Augusta Law, born 14 May, 1853. 
[9J Sara Elizabeth ffoster, born 26 Jan., 1856. 
(ih-Sa) Jane Waugh, died 17 Jan., 1843, having 
married 2 April, 1823, to Rev. Robert Harkness, vicar 
of East Brent, Somerset (son of William Harkness, 
Esq., a director of the Bank of Ireland); he died 28 
April, 1839. having had 5 sons and 3 daughters («)• 
{ln-8/i\ William (Harkness), educated at Eton, 
M.A. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1846. vicar of 
Winscombe, Somerset; born 16 March, 1824; died 
17 Oct., 1863, having married April, 1853, Sarah 
Anne, daughter of John Peebles, M.D., and had a 
son and 4 daughters. 

(1) William Henry (Harkness), of Carigbeg, and 
Athea, co. Limerick, J. P., capt. 5th, late 1st 
dragoon guards ; educated at Eton, B.A. Trin. 
Coll., Dublin, 1875 ; born 18 Jan., 1854. 

(2) Jane Charlotte, died unmarried , 1865. 

(3) Grace, married 15 March, 1882, to her cousin 
Thomas Eudo Bellingham, Esq. (see Foster's 
Baronetage), and has a son, 

William Eudo (Bellingham), born II Dec, 1882. 

(4) Maud Bellingham. 

(5) Florence Law. 

[2»-<y/i] George Law (Harkness), M.A. St. John's 
Coll., Camb., 1851, rector of Bonchurch, I.W., 
rector of St. James's, Shaftesbury, 1859-80; born 
5 May, 1825; married 14 Nov., 1849, Frances Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Major Albert D'Alton, and grand- 
daughter of Edward, Count D'Alton, of the Holy 
Roman Empire, and has a son and daughter. 

(1) Harry D'Alton (Harkness), lieut. 1st bat. 
Welsh regt.; born 10 March, 1859. 

(2) Jane Margaret. 

[iii-Sh] Robert (Harkness), M.A. St. John's Coll., 
Camb., 1851, rector of Wimborne-St. -Giles since 
1865; rector of Stemfield, Suffolk, 1862-5 5 bora 18 
July, 1826 ; married 29 Oct., 1850, Elizabeth Bolton, 
daughter of William Seddon, Esq., of Stoneygate 
House, Leicester, and has 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Robert Law (Harkness), born 22 April, 1852. 

(2) William Bathurst, lieut. R.M.A., born 18 Oct., 
1864. 

(3) Margaret Elise, 

(4) Katherine Edith. (5) Constance Mary. 
[in-8/i] Henry Law (Harkness), M.A. St. John's 
Coll., Camb., 1S54, rector of St. Swithin's, Wor- 
cester, since 1879, vicar of Berrow 1870-9; born 
3 Feb., 1828 ; married 14 Nov., 1863, Agatha Ariel, 
daughter of Edward Clark, Esq., of CUfton, Bristol, 
and has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Edward Law (Harkness), bom 19 March, 1874, 

(2) Henry Law, born 18 May, 1879. 

(3) Son bom 26 Jan.. 1884. 

(4) Agatha Mary. (6) Constance Ariel. 



♦• THe DescGiui^ OF •♦ 
WILLIAM HENRY HARKNESS, 

OF CARIGBEG AND ATHEA, CO. LIMERICK, 
CAPT. ^th DRAGOON GUARDS, ETC. 



^loon iaogal 




of OBnglan^. 



Edward I., crowned ig=j=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

272,=f=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 

129s 



^Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
ter, d. 1347. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 

d. ID May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist= 
to Sir Piers Gaveston.Earl of 
Cornwall. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=f=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. £arl of Stafford, d. 31 

Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford.v 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of We 

I wick. 

Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, or. 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
18 Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=i=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney, 
Katherine de la Pol 



Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
1466. 



Joan Stapilton=f:Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



)le=F. 

T 



Sir John Huddleston, d.=f=Joan, da 
3 Hen. Vin. Ahugh- 

A, 

C'^^tiriued above. 



of Lord Fitz- 



coiifiitucd/ro7u helow 
Sir John Huddlestonyjoan Fitzhugh. 



Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew Huddleston, of=i=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 

Farmgton, co. Lane, etc. I of Cuthbert Hutton, of 

I Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddle 
Farington. 



Andrew Huddleston, 
Hutton John. 



of=i=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
I bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 
Westmorland. 

o(=f=Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland. 



Mary Huddleston (2nd=f=John Senhouse, of Nethe 
wife). I hall, Cumberland. 



Humphrey Senhouse, of=f Eleanor, dau. of William 
Netherhall. Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 

CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. i4=j=John Christian, of Miln- 
May 1717, bd. 27 Sept. I town. Isle of Man, d. 20 
1749- I Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27june,=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 

1740, d. I March, 1762. I D.D., Bi-hop of Carlisle 

I 1768 until d. 14 Aug. 1767. 



John Law, Bishop Ewan Law, Edward, cr. Thomas, settled George HenryLaw, 

of Clonfert, m and of Horsted, BaronElIen- in America, m. D.D.bishopofBath 

d. s.p. 1810. Sussex.=i= borough. =j= and d. s.p. ' and Wells 1824-45, 

/K /k d. 22 Sept. 1845. 

5 sons. Anne Joanna Law, m. Augusta Lai 

Law, 1848 to Alexander i8i2toRev. James m. 2 April. 1823, 

eldest Powell, ofllurdcott Slade,M.A.,canon d. 17 Jan. 1843. 

dau. House, WiUs.=f= of Chester.=f= 

A A 



Jane, eldest dau. Five daus. 
of Gen. Adeane, 
of Babraham, d. 
27 Sept. 1876. 



Jane Waugh Law,=pRev. Robert Harkness, Margaret, d. 

vicar of East Brent, unm.i7May, 

Somerset, d. 28 April, 1838. 
1839- 



William Harkness, —SarahAnne, 
vicar ofWinscon.be, I dau. of John 
Somerset, b i6 Mar. Peebles, 
1824, d. lyOct. 1863. I M. D., m. 
I April, 1853. 



George Law Hark- 
ness, rector of Bon- 
church. I.W., m. 
1849 Frances, dau. 
of Major D'Allon. 



Robert Harkness, Henry Law Harkness, Jai 



1850 Elizabeth B., 
dau. of W.Seddon, 
Esq. ^ 



Worcester, 
Agaiha, da 
Clark, Esq. 



of E. 



tor of Orling- 

C ,'dau. oV J. 
Franklin, Esq. 



=^L; 



dragoon guards, 
b. i8 Jan. 1854. 



Grace, m. 15 Maud. 
March. 1^82, Florence, 
to Thomas 
EudoBelling- 



. Eudo Bellingham, b. 11 Dec. 



Jane.m.toRev.R. 

A. Bathurst. 
Mary, m. to H. 

T. J. Jenkinson, 

Margaret, m. to 
Rev. Francis 
S>-nge. 11-^ 



[lOl] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[Bn-8/i] James Clarke (Harkness), M.A. St. John's 
CoU.,Camb., 1874, rector of Orlingbury, Northants, 
1883, of West Clandon, Surrey, 1871-83, born 17 
May, 1835, married Susan Constance, daughter of 
J Franklin, Esq. ; she died s.p. 

[Gn-S/i] Jane, married 15 April, 1852, to Robert 
'■ ■ Andrew Bathurst, late fellow New College, Oxon, 
J.. M.A. 1S43 ; rector of Birchanger, Essex, 1851-64, 
vicar of Brockworth 1864-71, rector of Matson, 
Gloucester, 1 87 1 -5 ; s.p. (see Foster's Peerage). 
[7«-<?A] Mary, married 29 July, 1857, to Henry 
^,; Thomas John jenkinson, of OwerFawley, Hants,J.P., 
\' bar.-at-law (only son of Admiral Jenkinson, of Alves- 
ton, CO. Warwick), and has a son and 2 daughters. 
Henry Law Acland (Jenkinson), lieut. R.A., bom 
30 Oct., 1863 ; Mary Theresa ; Agnes Harriett. 
[in-8h\ Margaret, married 9 June, 1859, to Rev. 
Francis Synge, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1859, 
H.M. Inspector of Schools since 1869 (see Foster's 
Baronetage'), and has a son and 4 daughters. 

Edward Millington (Synge), born 17 April, i85o ; 

Margaret Bertha, born 24 March, 1S61 ; Emily 

Kate, born 30 May, 1862 ; Else Mary, born 7 

June, 1867 ; Maud Christian, born 10 Aug., 1872. 

(9h-8a) Margaret (youngest daughter of George Henry, 

Bishop of Bath and Wells), born 7 March, 1S03 ; died 

unmarried 17 May, 1838. 

[9a] Bridget (eldest daughter of Edmund, Bishop of 

Carlisle), died young. 

[10a] Mai-y, born 27 April, 1744, fo.x.; died 24 July, 
1768, having married 5 April, 1764, as 1st wife to Rev. 
James Stephen Lushington, of Rodmersham, Kent, M.A. 
Peterhouse, Camb., 1759, prebendary of Carlisle, vicar of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and of l^atton, Essex (for his lineage 
see page 149 and for his second marriage see vol. iii.) ; 
he baptized at Sittingboume, 12 Nov., 1734; died at 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 17 June, 1810, having had 2 sons 
and a daughter {0). 

(Jio-ioa) Thomas Godfrey (Lushington), died unmarried, 
(io-ioa) Edmund Henry, bar.-at-law, M.A. Queen's 
Coll., Camb., 1790, a puisne judge at Ceylon, chief 
commissioner colonial board of audit, master of crown 
office ; died 26 March, 1839, having married 1st, 
2 Jan., 1801, Louisa, daughter of Faulkner Phillips, 
Esq., of Manchester, and 2ndly, Sophia, daughter of 
Thomas Philips, Esq., of Sedgley, and sister of Sir 
George Philips, ist bart., M.P.; she died 10 Jan., 
1841, having had, with other issue, 4 sons and 3 
daughters (/■). 

[I/-20] Edmund Law (Lushington), of Park House, 
Kent, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1835, professor 
university Glasgow 1838-75 ; 20TH in descent 
FROM Edward IIL ; born 10 Jan., 1811 ; married 
14 Oct., 1842, Cecilia, daughter of Rev. George 
Clayton Tennyson, LL.D., rector of Somerby, co. 
Lincoln (see vol. i., page 23), and has a daughter, 

Cecilia (Lushington). 
]2fi-2o\ Henry, chief secretary at Malta, M.A. Trin. 
Coll., Camb., 1837; died unmarried 11 Aug., 1855, 
aged 43. 

[ip-20] Thomas Davies, Madras C.S., born 29 June, 
1813 ; died 17 June, 1858, having married 7 Feb., 
1850, Mary, daughter of Charles May Lushington 
(see vol. iii.), and had 4 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Thomas Godfrey Law (Lushington), M.A. 
Jesus Coll., Camb., rector of Hawstead, Suffolk, 
born 18 July, 1851. 

(2) Arthur James, lieut. the Dorsetshire (late 
54th) regt., born 6 Dec, 1852 ; married 6 Nov., 
1879, Constance Caroline, eldest daughter of 
Major-Gen. Alexander Ross Elliot Hutchinson, 
Bo.S.C, and has a son, 

Arthur Edmond Godfrey Hamilton (Lushing- 
ton), born II Sept., 1883. 

(3) Henry Venables, born 16 Jan., 1856 



(4) Lionel Edmund, lieut. the Dorsetshire (late 
54th) regt., born 26 June, 1857. 

(5) May Catherine. 

\ip-2o\ Franklin, bar.-at-law, metropolitan police 
magistrate, formerly member of supreme council of 
justice, Ionian Islands, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 
1849, born 4 Jan., 1823 ; married 21 Jan., 1862, 
Kate Maria, daughter of Rev. James Morgan, vicar 
of Corston, Somerset, and has 2 sons and 2 daughters, 
George Henry Fitzjames, born I Nov., 1872 ; 
Franklin, born 28 Dec, 1875 ; Louisa Gertrude, 
Mildred Helen. 
{Sp-20] Maria Catherine. [66-20] Emily. 

[1p-20] Ellen Eliza. 
(So-/oa) Maria Catherine, married to Rev. Thomas 
Edwards, LL.D., of Nuneaton, and had a son and 
daughter. 

[1] Thomas Edwards, unmarried 1829. 
[2] Maria Lushington (Edwards), died 16 March, 
1814, having married, as 3rd wife, to Christopher 
Roberts Wren, of Wro.xall Abbey, co. Warwick, and 
had a daughter, 

Joanna, who died 30 May, 1830, aged 17. 
[lie] Elizabeth, bom I May, 1746; died 5 Feb., 1767. . 
[12i7] Christian, born 14 March, 1752, oj.; died 21 Aug., 
1773- 

[13a] Joanna, died 4 Jan., 1823, having married 21 May, 
1772, as 2nd wife, to Sir Thomas Rumbold, ist baronet, 
who died 11 Nov., 1791, having had (by this marriage) 
3 sons and 2 daughters (^). 
{Ij-ija) Thomas RuMBOLD, died at St. Peter's Coll., 
Camb., 1799. 

(2q-ija) Henry, died , 

(Zq-jja) Charles Edmund, of Preston Candover, 
Hants; born II Aug., 1786, M.P. Great Yarmouth 
1818-47, 1848 until his death, 31 May, 1857; he 
married , , Harriet, daughter of John 

Gardiner, Esq., of Ashford, Kent; she died 6 Oct., 
1S77, leaving 3 sons. 
[1] Charles James Augustus (Rumbold), born 6 Feb., 
1834; married 30 July, 1863, Agatha Ellen, 2nd 
daughter of George Woodroffe Franklyn, Esq., of 
Love! Hill, Berks, M.P. Poole, and has 2 sons and 
a daughter, 

Charles Edmund Arden Law, bom 24 Aug., 1872; 
Christian Franklyn Hales, bom S Sept., 1873 ; 
Agatha Mary Harriet. 
[2] Thomas Henry (Rumbold), of Holmwood, 
Surrey, bar.-at-law L.I. 1862 ; bora 26 March, 
1835 ; died 2 June, 1882, having married 7 Nov., 
1872, Katherine Lucy, youngest daughter of John 
Bott, Esq., of Coton Hall, Stafford, and had 3 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

Anwer Thomas Law, bom 27 Oct., 1873 ; William 

Richard, born 30 April, 1877 ; Thomas Arthur, 

born 28 February, 1882 ; Harriet Lucy Ehzabeth, 

born 15 Sept., 1878; Katherine Cecilia, bom 25 

May, 1880. 

[3] Henry Edmund William (Rumbold), late capt. 

3rd bat. the Essex regt., formeriy lieut. 7th royal 

fusiliers; born 27 June, 1S37 ; married 27 April, 

1S71 ; Ellen Schaefer, only child of Cumberland 

Dugan HoUins, Esq., of Baltimore, and has had 2 

sons and 2 daughters. 

Cumberland Henry HoUins, bom 1 June, 1872; 

Edward Law Hollins, born 21 April, 1876; 

Harriet Anne Hollins, died 26 Dec, 1875 5 EUen 

Ethel, born 8 Sept., 1878. * 

(iq-ija) Mary Augusta Dorothea, died Feb., 1852, 

having married Ist , , to Col. Frederick 

Manners, 96th foot, who died s.p., and 2ndly, 9 June, 

1812, as 2nd wife, to Grenville Temple (called by Sir 

Bernard Burke, Sir Grenville Temple, Bart.), who 



[102] 



{5f-/ja) Harriet, died unmarried. 



<•-• Thg Dgscgdt oe ••» 
EDMUND LAW LUSHINGTON, M.A., LL.D., D.C.L., 

OF PARK HOUSE, MAIDSTONE^ 



'Bloon laopal 




of €ngIanD» 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. I7june, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there l272,=T=Gi!bert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston,Earl of band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



^Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 
Aug. 1372. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7- 
Sept. 1349. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,T=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 



Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, 
18 Sept. 1415. 



Katherine de la Pole= 



Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=j=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

e=FSir 
Bedal 
1466. 

Joan Stapilton=f=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 

I 

Sir John Huddleston, d.=f=Joan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
3 Hen. VIII. Ahugh. 



continued abffve. 



Sir John Huddleston=i=Joan Fitzhugh. 



Sir John Huddleston, of=j=Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 



of=f=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 
of Cuthbert Hutton, of 
Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Andrew 
Faringto 



Huddleston, 
], CO. Lane, et 



Joseph Huddlesto 
Farington. 



of=i=Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
I bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 



Andrew Huddle 
Hutton John. 



of=y=Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Fleming, of Skirwith, West- 
morland. 



Mary 
wife). 



Huddleston (2nd= 



Bridget Senhouse, m. 14= 
May 1717, bd. 27 Sept. 
1749. 



Mary Christian, m. 27 June,: 
1740, d. I March, 1762. 



Eleanor, dau. of William 
Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 
CO. Lane. 

John Christian, of Miln- 
town, Isle of Man, d. 20 
Sept. 1745. 



=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 
D.D., Bishop of Carlisle 
1768 until d. 14 Aug. 1767. 



John Law, bishop Ewan Law, Edward, cr. Thomas, set- 
of Clonfert, m. of Horsted, Baron Ellen- tied in 

and d. s.p. i8ro. Sussex.=== borough. == America, m. 



George Henry Law, Mary Law=James 

D.D.,bishopofBath (ist wife), m. I Lushir 

and Wells 1824-45, S April, 1764, | bendai 

d. 22 Sept. 1845.= d. 24 July, I lisle, ( 

A 1768. June, 



phrey Chris- 
tian.ofDock- 
Aing. 



Thomas Godfrey Louisa (ist wife), dau.=Edmund Henry Lushingto 
Lushin^on, died of Faulkner Phillips, I Queen's Coll., Camb., 1790 

"^ Esq., of Manchester, m. judge Ceylon, chief com 

2 Jan. 1801. colonial board of audit, maste: 

/Kcrown office, d. 26 March, 1839. 



anmamed. 



Edmund LawLush-=Cec\lia,dau. of Rev. Henry, chief Thos.Davie 

ington,ofParkHo., I George Clayton sec. Malta, Lushington 

Kent, M.A., Trin. I Tennyson, LL.D., M.A. Trin. MadrasC.S. 

Coll., Camb., 1835, rector of Somersby, Coll., Camb., b. 29 June 

prof, university of 1 CO. Line, m.i40ct. i837,b.April 1813, d. I 

Glasgow 1838-75, b. i842(seevoU.,p.23). 13, 1812, d June, 1858. 

10 Jan. i8n. nnm. 1855. 

Cecilia. 



i=Mary,dau.of Franklin Lush-= 



Mana Catherine. 



/k«86a.' 



[^93] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



SIR EDWARD LAW, bar.-at-law Lincoln's 
Inn 1780, king's counsel 1787, counsel for 
the defence of Warren Hastings 1788-95, attorney- 
general of the Duch}' of Lancaster 1792-1801, 
attorney-general 1801-2, knighted 20 Feb., 1800, 
M.P. Newtown, Isle of Wight, 1801-2, lord chief 
justice King's Bench 1802-18, elevated to the 
peerage as Baron Ellenborough, of Ellen- 
borough, Cumberland, 19 April, 1802, chancellor 
of the exchequer 1806, educated at the Charter 
House 1762-8, B.A. Peter House Coll., Camb., 
1771 (3rd wrangler), fellow, bom at Great Salkeld, 
Cumberland, 16 June, 1750; died 11 Dec, 1818, 
buried in the Charter House ; he married 17 Oct., 
1789, Ann, daughter of George Phillips Towry, 
Esq., sometime R.N. ; she died 16 Aug., 1843, 
having had 5 sons and 5 daughters (r). 
[Ir] EDWARD, succeeded as 2nd Baron, and was created 
Earl of Ellenborough. See page 106. 
[2r] Hon. Chades Ewan, Q.C., recorder of the city of 
London, M.P. university of Cambridge 1835-50, King's 
counsel July, 1829 ; born 14 June. 1792 ; died 13 Aug., 
1S50, having married 22 May, 1811, Elizabeth Sophia, 
daughter of Sir Edward Nightingale, Bart., of Knees- 
worth. CO. Cambridge (see Foster's Baronetage) ; she died 
25 June, 1864, having had, with other issue, 3 sons and 3 
daughters (s). 

(\s-zr) Edward, of St. John's Coll., Camb.; born 26 
Feb., 1819 ; died unmarried i July, 1838. 
.l^s-2r] CHARLES EDMUND, 3rd and present Baron 
(see page 89). 

\^s-2r) Henry Towry, born 26 Aug., 1830; died 7 
Nov., 1855. 

(4j-^/-) Mary, married 3 Sept., 1839, as 2nd wife, to 
John Cavendish, 3rd Lord Kilmaine (see Foster's 
Peerage), who died 3 Jan., 1873, leaving by her 3 
sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Francis William, 4TH BARON Kilmaine, bom 
24 March, 1843 ; married 6 June, 1877, Alice Emily, 
daughter of late Col. Deane Shute, of Dorking, and 
has a son. ' 

(1) Hon. John Edward Deane (Browne), bom 18 
March, 1878. 
[2] Hon. Edward Miles David, commander R.N., 
born 22 Oct., 1844 ; died 27 July, 1878. 
[3] Hon. ArthurHenry(Browne),born29April, 1S50. 
[4] Hon. Mary Eleanor Frances, died 28 Oct., 1869, 
having married 1st, 17 Jime, 1861, to Major George 
Bagot (see Foster's Peerage, B. Bagot), who died 
8-9 May, 1867 ; she re-married 30 April, 1868, to 
Thomas Astell St. Quintin, of Hatley Park, co. 
Camb., loth hussars. 
[5] Hon. Julia Sophia (Browne). 
[6] Hon. Evelyne, died 22 April, 1878, having mar- 
ried 20 Nov., 1S67, as 1st wife, to Col. Sir Owen 
Tudor Bume, K.C.S I., C.I.F., secretary political 
and secret department of India Office since 1874, 
private secretary to Lord Lytton 1876-8, and to Genl. 
Mayo 186S-72, served in the Crimea and Indian 
mutiny, etc. (see page 181), and had 3 sons and 2 
daughters. 

Francis Henry Cavendish BURNE, born 23 Nov., 
1870; Charles Richard Newdigate, born 1 April, 
1873 ; Edmond Robert, bom 14 Aug., 1876 ; 
Gertrude Mary ; Evelyn Alice Eleanor. 
(hs-zr) Elizabeth Sophia (Law), a nun. 
(6s-2r) Frederica, married 1st, 17 May, 1848, to her 
cousin Edmund Law, mentioned on p. 92, who died 
26 March, 1867. She re-married to M. Greve, a foreign 
officer, 

[ 104 ] 



[Sr] Hon. John, in the army; born 17 March, 1798; 
died 9 May, 1834. 

[ir] Hon. Henry Spencer, bar.-at-law I.T. 1S33, M.A. 
Cantab., D L. Kent; bom 10 May, 1802; married 
16 May, 1S39, Dorothea Anne, daughter of Col. John 
Staunton Rochtort, of Clogrenane, co. Carlow ; she died 
25 Nov., 1S71, having had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Edward Downes, com. R.N. (retd.); born 9 May, 
1841. 

(2) Cecil Henry, capt. Dorsetshire regt. 1883, late 
capt. Prince of Wales' own (West Yorkshire) regt. 
1883; born 25 Nov., 1849. 

(3) Frederica Dora ; died 20 Dec, 1882. 

(4) Louisa Isabella. 
(6) Ethel Beatrice. 

[5>-] Hon. William Towry, formerly chancellor of the 
diocese of Bath and Wells, and vicar of Harbome, co. 
Stafford, and of Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset, bom 
16 June, 1809; married 15 March, 1831, Hon. Augusta 
Champagne Graves, 4th daughter of Thomas North, 2nd 
Barnn Graves; she died 16 Oct., 1844, having had 5 
sons and 3 daughters (/). 

Ci-t-jr) Augustus Henry, S.J., missionary priest of the 
Zambesi mission. South Africa, formerly R.N. ; bom 
21 Oct., 1833; died of fever. South Africa, 25 Nov., 



(2i-jr) Francis Towry Adeane, col. in the army, lieut.- 
col. R.A., C.B., asst. adj. and quartermaster-general 
Woolwich dist. 1 88 1, served at siege and fall of 
Sebastopol 1855, in China expedition i860, comdt. 
R.A. in Zulu war 1879, comdt. Lower Tugela district, 
Natal, comd. a division at the relief of Ekowe, comd. 
R..-V. at Cape 18S0 ; bom 6 Jan., 1835. 
(St-jr) Thomas Graves, librarian signet Hbrary, Edin- 
burgh ; born 4 Dec, 1836; married 15 April, 1880, 
Wilhelmina Frederica, youngest daughter of the late 
Capt. John James Allen, R.N., of Errol Park, co. 
Perth (see Foster's Peerage, E. Camperdown), and 
has a son. 

Henry Duncan Graves, bom 13 Aug., 1883. 
(4^5r) Frederick Charles, com. R.N.; born 27 March, 
1841 ; married 28 May, 1874. Chariotte Margaret, 
eldest daughter of (Hon.) John Willoughby Cra\vford, 
late lieut. -governor of Ontario, and has a son and 
daughter. 

John Crawford, born May, 1876; Mary Helen 

Augusta, born Sept., 1877. 
(5/-J/-) Victor Edward, major Madras light cavalry, 
political agent at Ulwur ; born 24 Nov., 1842 ; mar- 
ried 1st, 14 May, 1867, Mary Elizabeth, 5th daughter 
of Henry Bowden, Esq.; she died 19 Dec, 1870, 
leaving a daughter, Mary. He married 2ndly, 7 June, 
1S75, Helen Florence, 3rd daughter of (Hon.) John 
Willoughby Crawford, above-named, and had a son 
(? died young). 
{6/-jr) Helen Anne, a nun. 
(Tt-jr) Matilda Isabella, a nun. 

(S/jr) Augusta Caroline Louisa, married IJ Sept., 
1862, to Capt. Windsor Charles Cary-Ehves, late Scots 
fusilier guards and 71st L. I., and has had 4 sons and 
2 daughters. 

Ala,stair George Francis (Cary-Ehves), bom 9 Jan., 

1866 ; Cuthbert Richard Joseph, bora I Oct.. 1867 ; 

Charles Edward Joseph, born 22 Oct., 1869; Wilfred 

Arthur, born 20 Sept., 1871, died 16 July, 1875; 

Arabella Matilda Augusta ; Edith Maud Mary. 
Hon. W. T. Law married 2ndly, 12 Jan., 1^46, Matilda, 
2nd daughter of Sir Henry Conyngham Montgomery, 
Bart., and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(9i-jr) Ernest Philip Alphonsus, bar.-at-law I.T. 

1878 ; born 26 Aug., 1854. 

(10/-/r) William Algernon Cajetan, bora 7 Aug., 

1856. 

(ll/-jr) Geraldine Isabella Cecilia. 

Il2t-jr) Agnes Emily Frederica. 



^m THG DgSCGDT OB •<•> 

REV. THOMAS GODFREY LAW LUSHINGTON, 

RECTOR OF HA WSTEAD, SUFFOLK, 



^ 



'BlooD laopa! 




Edward I., crowned l9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1 272,=pGiIbert de Clare, Earl 
jloui 
1295, 



d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I. '• 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston.Earl of I band), or. Earl of Glouces- 
Comwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=rRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



dau. of Thomas 
amp, Earl of War- 



^Philippi 
Beauch£ 
wick, 



Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la 
Earl of Suffolk 



Ea 
I 18 



Sept. 1415. 



Pole, cr. 
1399. d. 



Sir Thomas de la PoIe=f Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=T=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
1466. 



Joan Stapilton=f=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
I husband). 



Sir John Huddleston, d.=j=Toan, dau. of Lord Fitz- 
3 Hen. Vin. Ahugh. 



Of CnglanD. 



continued from below. 
Sir John Huddleston=Fjoan Fitzhugh. 

Sir' John Huddleston, of=f Joyce (3rd wife), dau. and 
heir of John Prickley, of 
Prickley, co. Worcester. 



Andrew 
Faringtoi 



Huddleston, of- 



=Mary, 3rd dau. and co-heir 
of Cuthbert Hutton, of 
Hutton John, Cumberland. 



Joseph Huddleston, of=^Elinor, 2nd dau. of Cuth- 
Farington. bert Sisson, of Kirkbarrow, 

Westmorland. 



:Dorothy, dau. of Daniel 
Fleming, of Skirwitb, West- 
morland. 



Andrew Huddleston, 
Hutton John. 



Mary 
wife). 



(2nd=f=John Senhouse, of Nether- 
I hall, Cumberland. 

e, of=fEleanor, dau. of William 
Kirby, Esq., of Elslack, 
CO. Lane. 



Bridget Senhouse, m. i4=f=John Christian, of Miln- 
May 1717, bd. 27 Sept. town. Isle of Man, d. 20 
1749. Sept. 1745. 



Mary Christian, m. 27 Jul 
1740, d. I March, 1762. 



=Rt. Rev. Edmund Law, 
D.D., Bishop of Carlisle 
1768 until d. 14 Aug. 1767. 



John Law, bisfiop Ewan Law, 

of Clonfert, m. of Horsted, 

and d. s.p. 1810. Sussex.== 

A 



Edward, 
Baron Ell 
borough. = 



Stephcn=pMary (2nd 

ishopofBath (ist wife), m. I Lushington, pre- 1 wife), dau. of 

America, m. and Wells 1824-45, 5 April, 1764, | bendary of Car- Rev. Hum- 

and d.s.p. d. 22 Sept. 1845.= d. 24 July, lisle, etc., d. 17 phrey Chns- 

' '" ' ' -- -"-- I tian.of Dock- 



George Henry Law, Mary Law=Jar 
D.D.,bishopofBath (ist wife), m. | Lu 

'A 



1768. 



Thomas Godfrey Louisa (ist wife), dai 
Lushington, died of Faulkner Phillip 
unmarried. Esq., of Manchester, n 



=Edmund Henry Lushington, M.A.,=Sophia(2nd wife), sist 
Queen's Coll., Camb., 1790, a puisne I of Sir George Philij 

j judge Ceylon, chief commissioner Bart., M.P., d. 10 Ja 
colonial board of audit, master of 1841. 

[\crown office, d. 26 March, 1839. 



Ma 



i™ 



Maria Cathei 
Emily. 
Ellen Eliza. 



Marj'.dau.of Frankl 
Charles M. ington 
Lushing 



Lush-=KateMaria,c 

netro- I of Rev. Ja 
, _ , . police Morgan, vi 

Feb. magistrate, b. of Corston.Som- Louisa, d, 1854. 
4 Jan. 1823, erset,m.2ijan. 



Edmund LawLush-=Cecilia,dau. of Rev. Henry, chief Thos.Davie: 

ington,ofParkHo., I George Clayton sec. Malta, Lushington, 

Kent, M.A., Trin. I Tennyson, LL.D., M.A. Trin. MadrasC.S. 

Coll., Camb., 1835, rector of Somersby, Coll., Camb., b. 29 June 

prof, university of I CO. Line, m.i40ct. i837,b.April 1813, d. i 

Glasgow 1838-75, b. I i842(seevol.i.,p.23). 13, 1812, d, June, 1858. 

10 Jan. 18... I unm. .855. 

Cecilia. Thos. Godfrey Law Lush- Arthur James=f Constance Caroline, Heniy Venables Lionel Edmund, It. May Catharine, 

ington, M.A. Jesus Coll., Lushington, It. | eldest dau. of M.ijor- Lushington, b. iS theDorsctshirerej" 

Camb., 1877, rec'or of the Dorsetshire Genl. Alexander R. Jan. .856. b. 26 June, 1857. 

Hawstcad, Suffolk, 1882, regt.. b. 6Dec. E. Hulchir 



b, 18 July, i8ji. 



1852. 



1.6 No 



1879. 



Arthur Edmund Godfrey Hamilton, b. .1 Sept. 18B3. 
[105] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[6;-] Hon. Mary Frederica. died at Bytown, Canada West, 
i6 Sept., 1851, having married at St. James's, Piccadilly, 
10 July, 1827, Lieut. -General Thomas Uyneley, C.B. 
1S38, col. comdt. R.A., A.D.C. to the Queen, served in 
the Peninsular war and at Waterloo, medal and 5 clasps 
Peninsular, medal Waterloo ; he died in London, 21 
Tune, 1S60, aged 78, having had 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) ^dward Eldon Robert Dyneley, capt. R.A., 
served at Cape of Good Hope, medal, at Sebastopol 
in Crimean war, medal and clasp ; bom 25 April, 
1828 ; died unmarried at Calcutta, 4 May, 1858. 

(2) Henry Ellenborough (Dyneley), col. Madras light 
cavalry ; bom 23 May, 1S29 ; he married ist, at St. 
George's Cathedral, Madras, 5 Feb., 1850, Sarah Maria 
Estelle, eldest daughter of Ven. Vincent Shortland, 
archdeacon of Madras; she died 4 April, 1878; he 
married 2ndly, 12 Oct., 1882, Constance Angela Maiy, 
daughter of Lieut.-Col. Charies Sedley Burdett (see 
Foster's Baronetage) ; by his ist wife he had an only 
child, 

Amelia Mary (Dyneley), bom at Bangalore, 18 Feb., 
1853 ; married at Coonoor, Neilgherry Hills, 24 
March, 1874, to Marmaduke Littlejohn Monckton, 
It.-col. (Madras) R.A. (see V. Galway, Foster's 
Peerage) ; he died 14 July, 18S2, leaving a daughter, 
Mary Sophia. 

(3) Douglas (Dyneley), born 19 Dec, 1831 ; Ueut. 
royal Vv'elsh fusiliers, served in the Crimea ; mortally 
wounded before the Redan, 8 Sept., 1S55 ; died the 
day following, 

(4) Amelia Frederica, bom 13 Sept., 1830; unmarried. 
Yir'\ Hon. Elizabeth Susan, died 31 March, 1883, having 
married 3 Feb., 1S36, to Charies, 2nd Baron Colchester, 
admiral R.N., P.C, D.C.L., vice-president Board of 
Trade, paymaster-gen. 1852, postmaster-gen. 1858; he 
died 18 Oct., 1867, leaving an only son, 

■ Reginald Charies Edward (Abbot), 3rd Baron Col- 
chester, bar.-at-law Lincoln's Inn, charity commis- 
sioner 1880-3; 1"°™ 13 Feb., 1842 ; married 28 Jan., 
1869, Hon. Isabella Grace Maude, eldest daughter of 
Cornwallis, 4th Viscount Hawarden. 
[8;-] Hon. Anne, died s.p. 30 May, 1852, having married 
15 Oct., 1 841, as 2nd wife, to John Colville, loth Baron 
Colville, of Culross, admiral of the White, who died 22 
Dec, 1849. 



[9r] Hon. Frederica Selina, died 16 April, 1879, having 
married 8 Aug., 1829, to Henry James Ramsden, of 
O.xton Hall, co. Yorks (see Foster's Baronetage') ; he died 
19 Oct., 1871, having had 4 sons ar.d 4 daughters (see 
subsequently). , 

[10;J Hon. Frances Henrietta, married Ist, 8 March, 
1832, to Charies, eldest son of Sir Charles Des Voeux, 
Bart., who died s.p. 9 Aug., 1833 ; she re-married 29 Sept., 
1841, to Sir Robert Charles Dallas, Bart., bar.-at-law, who 
died I Aug., 1874, leaving 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Sir George Edward Dallas, 3rd baronet, in the 
diplomatic service ; born 9 Oct., 1842. 

(2) Rupert Caradcc Francis (Dallas), capt. 7th royal 
Lane, militia since 1S80, late lieut. gSth regt.; born 
14 July, 1847; married 31 March, 1880, Harriet Ann, 
youngest daughter of late Charles Shannon, Esq. 

(3) Theodosia Selina (Countess of Cottenham), married 
II Oct., 1S70, to William John, 3rd Earl of Cottenham, 
who died 20 Jan., iSSi. leaving 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Kenelm Charles Edward (Pepys), 4TH Earl OF 
Cottenham (see Foster's Peerage), born 18 May, 1 874. 
[2] Hon. Everard Digby (Pepys), bom 21 June, 1876. 
[3] Lady Maiy (Pepys). 

EDWARD, 2lld baron, P.C, G.C.B., created 
Viscount Southam, of Southam, co. 
Gloucester, and Earl of Ellenborough, Cum- 
berland, 22 Oct., 1844 (extinct 1871), governor- 
general of India, first lord of the admiralty, presi- 
dent of the board of control, etc., M.P. St. 
Michael's 1813-18, born 8 Sept., 1790; died s.p.L 
22 Dec, 1871, having married ist, 11 Dec, 1813. 
Lady Katherine Octavia Stewart, youngest daugh- 
ter of Robert, isl Marquis of Londonderry; she 
died s.p. 5 March, 1819 ; he married 2ndly, 15 
Sept., 1824, Jane Elizabeth, only daughter of 
Vice-Admiral Sir Henry Digby, K.C.B. (dissolved 
by act of parliament, 8 April, 1813), and had a 
son, who died young. 



[106] 



♦• Thg Desceiup ob •■«► 

Sir Francis Dillon Bell, K.C.M.G., 

AGENT-GENERAL FOR NEW ZEALAND, 

FROM THE 



IBlooD Eogal 



Edward I., crowned i9=f=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Edward II., crowned 23=f Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 Apl. 1284, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. I d. 22 Aug. 1357-8. 



Thilippa, 3rd d. of William, 
Count of Holland and 
Ilaiiiault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 




Of €nglanD. 



Edward III., crowned i^ 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),= 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, &c., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=pMargaret (3rd dau. of Tho- 



Somerset and Marquis of 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d 
April, 1410. 



James I. of Scotland,=j= J 
d. 21 Feb. 1438. 



id sister and co-h. of 
Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent ; she re-m. to Thomas, 
Duke of Clarence, 2nd son 
ofllen. IV.),d.3iDec. 1440. 

=j=Sir James Stewart, the 
Knight of Lorn. 



=f= joane, =j=birjam« 
I Queen Black K 
of Scots. 



Princess =George, 2r.dE. SlrJohnStew-=Margaret, dow. of Wil- 
Annabella I of Huntly, d. art, Earl of I liam. 8th Earl of Dou- 
(isl wife). I 8 June, 1501. Athole, 1457. | glas (rst wife). 

Alexander, 3rd Earl Huntly,=T=Janet Stewart, contract 14 
d. at Perth, 16 Jan. 1523-4. I Oct. 1474. 

Jolm, Lord Gordon, o.v.p.=f Margaret, "daughter" of 
5 Dec. 1517. AJames IV. 

A, 

continued above. 



continued from below. 
John, Lord Gordun=pMargaret. 



Alexander Gordon, titularT=Barbara Logie, of Kessog 
archbp. of Athens, 1547, I ton, in Swanwich. 
etc., d. II Nov. 1575. I 



John Gordon, " gent, of the=j=Genevieve (2nd wife), dau. 



bedchamber to Charles IX., 
Hen. IIL, and Hen. IV." 
of France, dean of Salisbury 
1603, D.D. 1605, d. 3 Sept. 
1619. 



of Gideon Betaw, lord of 
Maulet, d. 6 Dec. 1643. 



Louisa Gordon, only dau.,=f=Sir Robert Gordon, of Gor~ 
b. 20 Dec. 1597, m. 16 Feb. donstoun, Bart., vice-cham- 
1613. berlain, P.C. Scotland, d. 

656. 



Catherine Gordon, b. I i=j=Col. David Barclay, of Urie, 
Jan. 1621, m. 26 Jan. 164S. I co. Kincardine, bd. 12 OcU 
d. Mar. 1663. I 1686. 

I 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,=i=Christian, dau, of Gilbert 
" the Apologist," b. 23 Dec. I Molyson, baillie of Aber 
1648, d. Oct. 1690. I deen, m. i Feb. 1670, d. 14 

I Feb. 1722-3. 



Anne (ist wife),=pDavid Barclay,- 
dau. of James I of London, mer- 
Taylor, of Lon- | chant,b.l7Sept. 
don, m. 12 June. I 1682, d. 18 May, 
1707, d. 3 Dec. I 1769. 

1720- A 



^Priscilla (2nd wife), 
dau. of John Freame, 
of L-mdon, banker, 
m. 8 Aug. 1723, d. 9 
Oct. 1769. 



KatI.erine Barclay (2nd=f=Daniel Bell, of Royston, 
dau.), b. June, 1727, ni. I Herts, b. 1726, d. 19 Oct. 
17 Apl. 1750, d. 19 Oct. 1 784 I 1802, 



Daniel Bell, of Jonathan Bell,=i 

Wandsworth, of Hornsey, 

b.i753,m.Elli- Middlesex, d. 

nor Turner. =;= 9 May, 1855. 



=Maria, dau. Priscilla,m.loEd- Elizabeth, Charlotte, m. to Capel Christiana, m 

of Edward ward Wakefield, m. to John Hanbury. toN.Springall 

Vaux, d. 28 Elizabeth, m. to Hanbury. =i= Rebecca, m. to Abel and 2ndly, to 

Jan. 1852. John Gumey. A Chapman. Thos.Hankin. 



Edward Bell, h 
Nov. 1796, d. 
Oct. 1864. 



=j= Fanny, dau. of Rev. J. Jasper Higginson Bell.^Elizabeth, dau. of W. C. Da- Several 
I Matthews, of Cirencester, m. late col. R.E., b. 9 mant, of Lammas, Norfolk, daughters. 
I June, 1817, d. 19 Jan. 1870. July, 1809, .s.p. ' m. 27 July. 1S43. 



Edward William Wil- Sir Francis Dillon Bell. K.C.M.G., Agent-=Margaret, daiightei 

braham Bell, born 13 Genl. for New Zealand, formerly Speaker I of A. Hort, Esq., 

Sept., 1820, diedApril, of House of Representatives, N.Z., b. 8 m. 2 April, 1S49. 

1854. Oct. 1822. I 



Alfred Bell, Several other 
b. 7 Sept. sons and 
1828, unm. daughters. 



Francis Henry==Caroline daughter 
Dillon Bell, b.3iy of William Robin- 
Mar., 1851. son, Esq., m. April, 
.877. 



Alfred/ 
1852. 
Edwaid.b. aCJuly, Ert 



b. 8 Dec, Arthur Wilbraham, Frank, b. 20 
' i April, 1856. March, i860. 



Sheila. 



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♦e vuB + Descent + ob •^ 
SIR GEORGE RUSSELL CLERK, G.C.S.L, K.C.B., 

GOVERNOR OF BOMBAY 1848-50, 1860-2, 



FROM THE 



TBlooo Kopal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., cid. 19 Aug.=T=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
1274, b. 17 June, 1239, d. 7 I Ferdinand III.. KingufCas- 
July, 1307. tile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Edward II., crd. 23 Feb.=f=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. of 
1307, b. 25 April, 1284, d. I France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1358. 



Edward III., crowned i=pPhilippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
Feb. 1327. b. 13 Nov. I liam, Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

I d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

John of Gaunt (4th son),=j=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 



like of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, etc., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



Sir Payn Roet, of Hainaul 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=j=Margaret, 3rd d. of Thomas. 



Somerset and Marquis of 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d. 21 
Apl. 1410. 



and sister and co-heir of 
Edmund Holland. Earl of 
Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 
Duke of Clarence. 2nd son 
of Hen.IV.),d. 31 Dec. 1440. 

James I. of Scotland,=f=Jo'ane,=j=Sir James Stewart, the 
d. 21 Feb. 1438. I Queen I Black Knight of Lorn. 

/Kof Scots. 



Sir John Stewart, Earl of=j=Eleanora (2nd wife), dau. of 
Alhole, 1457. William Sinclair, Earl of 

I Orkney and Caithness. 

I ' 

Elizabeth Stewart (2nd=f=Atidrew, 3rd Lord Gray, d. 
wife). I Feb. 1513-14- 

Kinninmouth,ofthat=:Marjory=j=Silvester Rattray, of 
ilk (1st husband). Gray. /)\Craighall (2nd husliand). 



continued /rom hehw. 
Marjory Graj'=j=Silvester Rattray. 



David Rattray, of Craig-=f=I 
hall, etc., 1554. I s 



George Rattray, of Craig-' 
hall. 15S6. 



Silvester Rattray, of Craig- 
hall, 1604. 



David Rattray, of Craighall,^ 
1624-46. 



Patrick Rattray, of Craig-=f 
hall Rattray, 1648. | 



James Rattray, of Craighall,= 
1672. 



Anne Drummond, dau. of 
John, 2nd Lord Maderty. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Geo. 
Hay, of Megginch. 



Dr. Thomas Rattray, of= 
Craighall, 1692. 



Margaret Rattray, 1 
June, 1702, m. 1720. 



22=f=John Clerk, president coll. 
of physicians, Edinburgh, 
I 1740-4- 



Thomas Clerk, of Liston-=j=Sarah, 2nd dau. of James 
shiels and Spittal. b. 1722, Russell, of London, m. 1757, 
d. 1769. d. 1763. 



John Clerk, of Worthy,=Anne (1st wife), 2nd dau. 
Hauls, b. 27 Dec. 1759, and co-heir of Carew Mild- 
Oct. 1S42. may, Esq., of Shawford 

Place, Hants. 



Sir George Russell Clerk.=Mary, widow of Mildmay Clerk,=Isabella,dau. Ann. ra. Letitia, 



G.C.S.L, K.C.B.. Bengal 
C.S. 1819-47, governor of 
Bombay 1848-50, 1860-2, 
b. 1801. 



Col. Stewart, of Spratton 
d. 26 Nov. Hall, North- 
1878. ampton. 



of Henry to Wm. Capt. Max to Chas. Tyr- 
Tower, Esq., Ashton. well. R.N.= whitt.= 
m. 1S57. = A A 



Claude^ Clerk, late Godfrey^ Clerk, =.\lice Mary, dau. John Clerk, It. -col. Henry_,capt. Emma. Georgina, 
i,/r_j . „ , ■ , , ,,, ^ ^ , , .,. . ,. , Mary. m. to E. 

K. Little, 
Esq. 



capt. Madras army, col. rifle brignd 

attached to the court adj. -gen. Madr, 

of the Nizam of 1S80, b. 1835. 
Hyderabad. 



of \V. E. Frere, vol. batt. Sherwood Queen's 

c,M,G., of Bition, Foresters, equerry to bays (2nd 

CO. Glouc, m. ViceAdmiral H.R.H. dragoons). 

1867. theDukeofEdinbuigh. 



George Russell Clerk, John Mildmay Clerk 
b. 29 Nov. 1874. b.23 Dec. 1876. 

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CLERK, SIR GEORGE RUSSELL, G.C.S.L 
1861, K.C.B. 1848, B.C.S. 1819-47, lieut.- 
gov. North-west Provinces 1842, governor Bombay 
1848-50, 1860-2, special commissioner South Africa 
1853-5, secretary board of control 1856, and under- 
secretary of state India 1858-60, member of the 
Indian council 1863-76; 17TH in descent from 
Edward III. ; born , 1801 ; married 

,1827, Mary, widow of Col. Stewart; she 
died 26 Nov., 1878, having had 3 sons. 
[1] Claude, attached to the court of the Nizam of 
Hyderabad, late capt. Madras army, born , 

married , Sylvia Cecilia, daughter of the 

Marchese Serantoni, of Naples. 

[2] Godfrey, brevet col. rille brigade, adjutant-genl. 
Madras 1880, mil. sec. 1876-8, extra A.D.C. to gov. of 
Cape of Good Hope 1S53-4, dep. asst. quartermaster- 
genl. Egypt 1858-9, 1859-60, 1S67-72, mil. sec. gov. 
Bombay 1863-7, served throughout the Indian mutiny 
1857-8, relief and fall of Lucknow, etc., medal with two 
clasps, etc., etc., born 25 Oct,, 1835 ; married 30 Jul^', 
1867, Alice Mary, daughter of William Edward Frere, 
C.M.G., of Bitton, Gloucester (see Foster's Baronetage), 
and has 2 sons. 

George Russell, born 29 Nov., 1874; John Mildmay, 

born 23 Dec, 1S76. 
[3] John, served in rifle brigade and 4th dragoon guards, 
at siege of Sebastopol, medal with clasps, equerry to 
Vice-adml. H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. 
Arms — Or, a fess checquy az. and arg., between two crescents gu., 
and a boar's head sa . a bordure of the second. 
Crest — A demi-huntsman sounding a horn ppr. 
Mottoes— (Over the crest) " Free for a blast." (Under the arms) 
*' Amat victoria curam." 




The Descent of 

Sir George Russell Clerk, G.C.S.L, K.C.B. , 

LATE Governor of Bomb.w, 

from thf. Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD III., King of 
England, Earl of Ches- 
ter 1320, Duke of Aqui- 
taine. Count of Ponthieu 
and Montreuil 1325 ; 
crowned at Westminster 
in his father's lifetime, 
I Feb., 1327; defeated 
the Scots at Halidon 
Hill 1333. In 1339 he 




assumed th^ style of " King of France and 
England and Lord of Ireland," and quartered 
the arms of France in the first quarter; gained a. 
great naval victory over the French off Sluys 1340, 
and won the celebrated battle of Cressy 26 Aug., 
1346 ; 17 Oct. following the Scots were defeated at 
Neville Cross, and King David II. taken prisoner 
to London, where he remained nearly 11 years ; 
instituted the Order of the Garter 1349. His son, 
the Black Prince, defeated the French at the 
battle of Poictiers 19 Sept., 1356, and brought 
King John prisoner to London, where he remained 
nearly 5 years (for further particulars see Royal 
Lineage, Foster's Peerage). The King died at 
Sheen, Surrey, 21 June, 1377, having had, with 
other issue, 

JOHN OF GAUNT (4th son), created Duke of 
Lancaster in parliament 13 Nov., 1362 ; mar- 
ried 1st, 13 May, 1359, Blanche, youngest daugh- 
ler and co-heir of Henry, Duke of Lancaster, 
grandson of Henry III. ; she buried in St. Paul's 
Cathedral 1369, having had, with 2 daughters, a 
son. 
Henry, became Henry IV. of England. 

JOHN OF GAUNT married 3rdly, at Lincoln, 13 
Jan., 1396, Katherine, daughter of Sir Payn Roet, 
Guienne King-of-Arms, and widow of Sir Otes 
Swynford, Knt. ; she died 10 May, 1403, buried 
in Lincoln Cathedral, having had, with a daughter 
(see vol. i., page 4), 3 sons, of whom the eldest, 

SIR JOHN BEAUFORT, created Eari of 
• Somerset 20 Richard II., 1397, and Marquis 
of Dorset 29 Sept. the same year (England's 2nd 
marquis), chamberlain of England for life 9 Feb., 
I Henry IV., captain of Calais; died 21 April, 
1410 ; he married Margaret, 3rd daughter of 
Thomas, and sister and co-heir of Edmund Hol- 
land, Earl of Kent; shedied3i Dec, 1440, having 
(re-married to Thomas, Duke of Clarence, 2nd 
son of Henry IV., slain at the battle of Baugi) 
had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 21), a 
daughter, 

JOANE, Queen of Scots, died at Dunbar 1445, 
married ist, in the Priory of St. Mary Overy, 
Southwark, Feb., 1423-4, to James Stuart 1. of 
Scotland, who was murdered by the faction of 
Walter, Eari of Athole, his uncle, 21 Feb., 1437-8, 
and had, with other issue, a son and daughter, 
09 ] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[1] James II., king of Scotland. 

[2] Princess Annabella, or Arabella, married as Ist wife 
to George, Earl of Huntly, who died at Stirling 8 June, 
1 501, leaving, with other issue, a son, 

Alexander, 3rd Earl of Huntly, who married his 
cousin (of the half-blood) Janet, daughter of Sir John 
Stewart, Earl of AthoU, of whom presently. 
The Dowager-Queen of Scots married 2ndly, 
1439, to Sir James Stewart, the black knight of 
Lorn (3rd son of Sir John Stewart, of Lorn and 
Innermeath), and had, with other issue, a son, 
[3] Sir John Stewart, of Balveny, created Earl of AthoU 
1457, re-invested with the earldom of AthoU 18 March, 
1480-I, ambassador to England 1463, etc., had a princi- 
pal command in the army of James III. 14SS ; died 19 
Sept., 1512, buried in Dunkeld Cathedral; married Ist, 
Margaret, dowager of William, 8th Earl of Douglas, 
only daughter of Archibald, 5th Eari of Douglas, Duke 
of Touraine, and had 2 daughters; he married 2ndly, 
Eleanora, daughter of WUliam Sinclair, Earl of Orkney 
and Caithness, and had, with 2 sons, 9 daughters, of 
whom the eldest, 

ELISABETH STEWART, married as 2nd wife 
to Andrew, 3rd Lord Gray, P.C. James IV., 
justice-general north of Forth 1500; he died 
Feb., 1513-14, having had, with numerous other 
issue, a daughter, 

MARJORY GRAY, married ist to 
Kinninmouth, of that ilk; and 2ndly to 
Silvester Rattray, of Craighall (3rd son of Sir 
John Rattray, of that ilk), and had a son, 

David Rattray, of Craighall and Kynballoch, 
1554; married Isabel, daughter of Alexander 
Ramsay, of Banff, and had 2 sons, of whom the 
elder, 

George Rattray, of Craighall, 1586, married 
Janet, daughter of George Dnimmond, of Blair, 
and had a son, 

Silvester Rattray, of Craighall, 1604 ; 
married Agnes Lambie, of Dunkenie, and had 
2 sons, of whom the elder, 

David Rattray, of Craighall, 1624-1646 ; who 
by Agnes Hay had a son, 

Patrick Rattray, of Craighall Rattray, 1648; 
married Anne Dnimmond, daughter of John, 2nd 
Lord Maderty, and had a son, 

James Rattray, of Craighall, 1672 ; married 
Elizabeth, daughter of Sir George Hay, of Meg- 
ginch, and had, with other issue, a son. 

Dr. Thomas Rattray, of Craighall, 1692 ; 
married Margaret Galloway, daughter of Thomas, 
2nd Lord Dunkeld, by his wife Margaret, daughter 
of Sir Thomas Thomson, of Duddingstone, Bart., 
and had, with 2 sons, 3 daughters, of whom the 
eldest, 

MARGARET RATTRAY, bom 22 June, 
1702 ; married 1720 to John Clerk, presi- 
dent of the Royal College of Physicians in Edin- 
burgh 1740-4, co-vice-president of the Edinburgh 



Philosophical Society 1739-57, purchased the 
lands of Listonshiels and Spittal in Midlothian 
(see page 53); born 11 Sept., i68g; died 1757, 
having had 7 sons and a daughter. 
[1] THOMAS, of whom presently. 

[2] Robert, genl. in the army 1 793, served under Frederick 
the Great, born 24 July, 1723; made his will 24 Dec, 
1796, proved by his widow 26 May, 1797; he married 
16 May, 1742, Elizabeth, Dowager Countess of Warwick, 
eldest daughter of Lord Archibald HamUton, governor of 
Jamaica (son of William, Duke of Hamilton) ; she died 
6 March, 1800, buried in Westminster Abbey. 
[3] David, of Edinburgh, M.D., physician to the Royal 
Infirmary, born 27 Oct., 1724; married Helen, daughter 
of James Duff, Esq., of Craigston, CO. Aberdeen, and 
died 1768, leaving 2 sons. 

(1) James Clerk (Rattray),* of CraighaU Rattray, 
Perthshire, a baron of the exchequer Scotland, born 
3 Dec, 1763 ; died 29 Aug., 1831 ; he married 3 Jan., 
1791, Jane, only daughter of Robert Duff, of Logic 
and Fetteresso, co. Kincardine, vice-admiral of the 
Red, and had a son and daughter. 

[1] Robert Clerk-Rattray, of Craighall Rattray, co. 
Perth, J. P. and D.L., born 21 Dec, 1795; died 27 Oct., 
1S51; married 12 Feb., 1824, Christina, daughter of 
James Richardson, Esq., of Pitfour, and had 2 sons 
and 5 daughters, 

(1) James Clerk-Rattray, of CraighaU Rattray, 
CO. Perth, J. P., D.L., C.B. 1881, lt.-genl. late 90th 
regt., born 31 Oct., 1832. 

(2) Adam, capt. 92nd Highlanders, bom Dec, 
1S33; died unmarried Jul3', 1870, aged 37. 

(3) Elizabeth Susan, married 21 Oct., 1857, to Rev. 
Alexander Higgins Burn-Murdoch, of Neuck, who 
died May, 1883, leaving 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

Paul Robert (Burn-Murdoch), lieut. R.E., bom 
26 March, 1S59; James Victor, bom , 

1864 ; Christina Beatrice ; Anne Priscilla ; 
Jane Persis. 

(4) Jane. 

(8) Charlotte Marj', married 16 April, 1873, to 
Rev. Robert Taylor, minister of St. Andrew's 
Church, Upper Norwood, Surrey, formerly of 
Free Greyfriars' Church, Edinburgh, and has 2 
sons and a daughter. 

Frederick Robert (Taylor), born 3 July, 1865 ; 

Charles Newton, born 22 Aug., 1866 ; Edith 

Susan. 

(6) Helen Christina, married 17 Aug., 1854, to 
Michael Foster Ward, Esq., of Ogbourne St. 
Andrew and Draycot Foliat, Wilts, J.P., col. 
comdt. N. Wilts rilles 1864-81, formerly 90th light 
infantry, F.R.A,S., F.R. Met. Soc, and has had 2 
sons and 5 daughters. 

Thomas Rawdon Rattray Clerk (Ward), lieut. 
W. York (14th) regiment, born 6 July, 1861 ; 
Michael Henry, born 13 Sept., 1864, died 29 
Jan., 1S68; Alice Helen Agnes, died 21 Dec, 
1855; Helen Mary; Gertrude Ann Christina; 
Ada Margaret ; Sophie Ondine. 

(7) Jemima Barbara, died 16 June, 1878; mar- 
ried Sept., 1873, to Major and Lt.-Col. Thomas 
Philip Graham, Scots guards, and had 2 daughters. 

Helena Christina (Graham), bom 30 July, 1874; 
Agnes, bom 7 Aug., 1S75. 



az. and ar., between two crescents gu. and a boar's head sa., :_ _ 

dure az. (Clerk). 3. Vert a fcss dancettie erm. between a buck's 

head cabossed and two escallops or. 

CRE-sts — I. A star or, thereon a flaming heart ppr. (Rattray). 2. 

A demi-huntsman sounding a horn all ppr. (Clerk). 

Mottoes — "Super sidera voliun " (Rattray). **Free forablast" 

(Clerk). 

Sui'p.jKTERs— Two serpents nowed vert. 



[O] 



♦• THG + DESCEItJIi + OB v-^ 



Lt.-Gen. James Clerk-Rattray, C.B., 

OF CRAIGHALL RATTRAY, CO. PERTH, 



FROM THE 



T5I00D JRogal 







of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crd. 19 Aug.=pEleanor (ist wife),' dau. of 
1274, b. 17 June, 1239, d. 7 1 Ferdinand III., KingofCas- 
July, 1307. tile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Edward II., crd. 23 Feb.=j=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. of 
1307, b. 25 April, 1284, d. I France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1358. 



Edward III., crowned i=j=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. I liam, Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

I d. IS Aug. 1369. 

John of Gaunt (4th son),=j=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 



Duke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, etc., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=j=Margaret, 3rd d. of Thomas, 
Somerset and Marquis of I and sister and co-heir of 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d. 21 Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Apl. 1410, I Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 

I Duke of Clarence. 2nd son 
of Hen.IV.),d. 31 Dec. 1440. 



James I. of Scotland,=i=J o an e,=j=Sir James Stewart, the 
d. 21 Feb. 1438. Queeen Black Knight of Lorn. 

Aof Scots. 



Sir John Stewart, 
Athole, 1457. 



Earl of=j=Eleanora (2nd wife),dau. of 
William Sinclair, Earl of 
Orkney and Caithness. 



Elizabeth Stewart (2nd=j=Andrew, 3rd Lord Gray, d. 
wife). J Feb. 15 13-14. 

Kinninmouth,ofthat=Marjory=T=Silvester Rattray, of 
ilk (1st husband). Gray. ^Craighall (2nd husband). 



contin ued above. 



contimied/rom hetovj. 
Marjory Gray=pSilvester Rattray. 



David Rattray, of Craig-=j=Isabel, dau. of Alex. Ram* 
hall, etc., 1554. I say, of Banff. 

George Rattray, of Craig-=f=Janet, dau. of George Drum- 
hall, 1586. I mond, of Blair. 

Silvester Rattray, of Craig-=j=Agnes Lambie, of Dun- 
hall, 1604. I kerrie. 

David Rattray, of Craighall,=(= Agnes Hay. 
1624-46. 

Patrick Rattray, of Craig-=T=Anne Drummond, dau. of 
hall Rattray, 1648. | John, 2nd Lord Maderty. 



James Rattray, of Craighall,=rElizabeth, dau. of Sir Geo. 
1672. Hay, of Megginch. 

Dr. Thomas Rattray, of=FMargaret Galloway, dau. ol 
Craighall, 1692. Thomas, 2nd Lord Dunkeld. 

Margaret Rattray, b. 22=f=John Clerk, president coll. 
June, 1702, m. 1720. I of physicians, Edinburgh, 

I 1740-4- 



David Clerk, of Edinburgh,=f=Helen, dau. of James Duff, 
M.D., b. 27 Oct. 1724, Esq., of Craigston, co. 
d. 1768. Aberdeen. 



James Clerk-Rattray, o 
Craighall Rattray, Perth 
shire, a baron of the ex 
chequer Scotland, d. 29 
Aug. 1 83 1, aged 68. 



f=i=J^ 



ane, only dau. of Robert 
Duff, of Logic, etc., vice- 
admiral of the red, m. 3 
Jan. 1791. 



Robert Clerk-Rattray, of=j=Christina, dau. of James 
Craighall Rattray, co. Perth, Richardson, Esq., of Pitfour, 
J.P., D.L., d.27 Oct. 1851. m. 12 Feb. 1824. 



James Clerk-Rattray, Adam,capt.97th 

of Craighall Rattray, Highlanders, d. 

CO. Perth, J.P., D.L., unm. July, 1870, 

C.B. 1881, lieut.-gen. aged 37. 

late 90th regt., b. 31 Jane, 2nd dau. 

Oct. 1832. ^ • •> ■» ' 



Elizabeth Susan, Charlotte Mary, 
m. to Rev. Alex. m. 1863, to Rev. 
!um-Murdoch of Robert Taylor, of 



Neuck, 



Paul. Christina. 
Jame.s. Anne. 
Jane. 



Upper Norwood. 

J 



Helen Christina, m. Jemima, m. 1873 

1 854, to Col. Michael to Lieut. - Col. 

Foster Ward, of Og- Graham, Scots 

bourne St. Andrew, guards, and d. 

etc., Wilts.=p 16 June, 1878. 



Frederick Robert 
Taylor, b. 1865. 
Charles, b. 1866. 
Edith. 

[Ill] 



Thomas Rawdon Rattray 
Clerk Ward, lieut. W. 
York (14th) regt., b. 6 
July, 1861. 



Helen.' 
Gertrude. 
Ada. 
Sophie. 



Helena, 
Agnes. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[2a] J( 
[Sa] Tl 
H.E.I.C 



[2] Jane, died lo Nov., 1872; married, as 2nd 
wife, to William Waring Hay-Newton, of Newton 
Hall, CO. Haddington, who died s.p. 15 May, 1S60. 
(2) Robert, born Feb., 1765; died at Cadiz. 

[4] Hugh, H.E.I. C.S., born 13 Nov., 1728; d. unm. 1756. 

[6] Duncan, of Lisbon, merchant, bom II Sept., 1731 ; 

died , 1791. 

[6] John, born 31 Aug., 1733; died , 1739. 

[7] Simon, born 14 March, 1735; died , 1736. 

[8] Margaret, born 8 Feb., 1730; died unmarried. 

THOMAS CLERK, of Listonshiels and Spittal, 
born 7 May, 1722; died , 1769; mar- 

ried 6 Dec, 1757, Sarah, 2nd daughter of James 
Russell, of London, merchant ; she died May, 
1763, having had 4 sons and a daughter (a). 

[I3] James Clerk-Lee, of Bromont, near Aliens Fresh, 
Charles county, America, sold Listonshiels, assumed 
the additional surname of Lee, born 25 Oct., 1758; 
married (Margaret), youngest daughter of Philip Thomas 
Lee (first cousin of General Harry Lee), and had 6 
daught 

JOHN, of whom presently. 

Thomas, ofWestholme, Somerset, in 1797; major 
:.C.S., bom 14 March, 1761 ; died 3 Jan., 1S17 
married 12 Sept., 1796, Dorothy, widow of Jeremiah 
Adderton, Esq., daughter of John Taylor, Esq., of Town- 
head, CO. Lane, she bom I Feb., 1774; died 17 May, 
1847, having had 7 sons and 4 daughters {b). 
(\b-3a) Thomas, H.E.I.C.S., bom 16 June, 1797; died 
unmarried 28 Nov., 18 1 7. 

(2<5-ja) Robert, of Westholme, Somerset, J.P., D.L., 
Madras C.S., born 6 Aug., 1798; died 5 April, 1873; 
married 8 Feb., 1843, Henrietta Frances, daughter of 
Robert Williams, Esq., bar.-at-law, registrar supreme 
court, Madras; she died 7 Oct., 1865, having had 4 
sons and 2 daughters (c). 

\\c-2b'\ Thomas, major-general in the army 1875, 
served with Kumool field force at Zorapora 1S39, 
retd. as It.-col. Madras staff corps 1874, late of Mysore 
Commission, bom 3 March, 1820; married April, 
1841, Margaret, daughter of Gen. A. TuUoch, C.B., 
and has had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Francis Bingham (Clerk), of the Mysore re- 
venue survey, bora 3 Sept., 1843; married 
21 Oct., 1875, Alice Minnie, eldest daughter of 
M. Fleischer, Esq., assistant superintendent tele- 
graphs. Bangalore. 

(2) Robert Alexander, of Madras infantry, bom 
4 Sept., 1844; died 16 June, l86l. 

(3) Frederick Haines, of Indian Forest Depart- 
ment E.LC.S., born 13 Aug., 1847 ; died 1867. 

(4) Thomas, lieut. 22nd regt., born 21 March, 
185 1 ; died at Harareebagh, 20 Oct., 1874. 

(5) Dora Fanny, bom 9 Feb., 1S46; married 15 
June, 1865, to Lt.-Col. Edward William Charies 
Hay Miller, Madras staff corps (see vol. i., page 
65), and has 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

Edward Thomas Every (Miller), bora 25 Oct., 
1873 ; Evan Patrick, bora 6 Sept., 1S77 ; Grace 
Margaret ; Amy Maud ; Charlotte Fanny ; Dora 
Kathleen. 

(6) Margaret, born 16 June, 1849; married at 
Bangalore, 20 June, 1868, to Major Edward 
Persse, 7th Madras N.L 

(7) Frances Jane Campbell, bom 19 June, 1853. 

(8) Alice Ethel, bom 24 Jan., 1S56; married 7 
July, 1S80, to Harrj' Hyde Hewett, Esq., eldest son 
of Major J. M. M. Hewett, of Uplands, Hughenden. 

[2f-^*] Robert, of St. Helens, Hobart, Tasmania, 
bom 2 Aug., 1821; married 21 Oct., 1843, Agatha 
Bertha, eldest daughter of J. E. Co.-<, Esq. ; she born 
8 Feb., 1824, and has had 8 sons and 4 daughters. 

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(1) Robert Mildmay, of Charlton House, Somerset, 
major Madras staff corps, dep.-asst.-adj.-genl. 
Madras 1SS3, born 7 Dec, 1844; married 16 Sept., 
1879, Mary Jacintha, only surviving child of late 
Col. Richard Leckonby Phipps, of Charlton 
House, Somerset, and has a son and daughter. 

Robert Vere, born 25 Dec, 1883; Nora May, 
born 31 Maj', 1 88 1. 

(2) Albert, bom 8 Aug., 1850. 

(3) George Percy, born 30 Oct., 1852. 

(4) Franklyn Guy, assistant superintendent Ma- 
dras police (a twin with Arthur Temple), born 23 
April, 1855; died unmarried 10 July, 1881. 

(5) Arthur Temple (a twin with Franklyn Guy), 
born 23 April, 1855; married , 1S80, 
Alice Maud Mary Cunningham, of Queensland. 

(6) Frederick Malcolm, born 12 March, 1857. 

(7) Claud Septimus, born 7 Sept., 1S63. 

(8) Edmund Hugh, born 19 June, 1867. 

(9) Henrietta Mary, bora 6 Sept., 1846; married 
23 June, 1S77, to Captain Edward Arthur Egerton 
Wylly, of Madras staff corps, 
(id) Blanche Isabelle, born 14 Aug., 1848; mar- 
ried , 1866, to Robert Outhwaite, Esq., 
of Glenfern, Melbourne. 

(11) Agnes Dora, bora 18 Nov., 1858. 

(12) Fanny Amy, born 14 May, 1861 ; married at 
St. George's church, Hobart, 20 April, 1882, to 
Edward Henrj', eldest son of Charies Butler, 
Esq., of EUersbie, Hobart, and has a daughter. 

\Zc-2b\ Albert, lieut. H.E.LCS., born 22 May, 1823; 
died 18 Dec, 1846. 

[ic-2b] Henry, major-genL Madras army 1876, retd., 
served in the Indian mutiny 1S57-8, charger shot 
under him at Rawel, severely wounded at the 
battle of the Betwah, medal, born 21 June, 1829; 
married 4 Dec, 1862, Fanny Maria, 2nd daughter 
of Francis Adams, Esq., of Cotswold Grange, 
Cheltenham, and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Henry John Doveton, bom 9 June, 1865. 

(2) Albert Edmund, born 17 March, 1867. 

(3) Henrietta Fanny Mabel, born 26 Jan., 1871, 

(4) Emma Winifred, born 22 Jan., 1875. 
[5i:-2b] Dora, born 12 Dec, 1817. 
[6(--^i5J Isabella Ellen, born 26 May, died II Aug. 

{Sb-Sa) Henry, H.E.I.C.S., born 17 Aug., 1803; died 
21 April, 1838. 

(4/5-j.() Frederick Joseph, col. E.I.C.S., It-coL Madras 
army, born 24 Oct., 1805; died s.p. 20 Dec, 1873; 
man-ied 28 June, 1859, his cousin, Joanna 4th 
daughter of Alexander West Hamilton, Esq., of 
Pinmore, Ayrshire. 

{Sb-ja) David Malcolm, LL.B. St. John's ColL, Camb., 
1834, preb. of Worminster in Wells Cathedral 1840, 
chaplain at Castellamare, Gibraltar, 1878, vicar of 
Yatton, Somerset, 1833-46, rector of Kingston Deve- 
rill, Wilts, 1846-79, born 18 Dec, iSoS; married 1st, 
7 Aug., 1832, Stuart, daughter of George Sheppard, 
Esq., of Fromefield House, Frome; she bom 27 Dec, 
1801 ; died 31 Dec, 1877, leaving 3 sons (e). 

[If-jb] Malcolm George, brevet-col. Bengal army 
18S1, ser\-ed in the Indian mutiny 1S57-S, relief and 
final capture of Lucknow, etc., medal with two clasps, 
born 10 June, 1836; married 19 May, 1866, Marietta, 
youngest daughter of Robert William Forest, capt. 
of packet ser\ice, Corfu, and has a daughter. 

Marietta Stuart, bora 24 Aug., 1869. 
[2(.--_5'*] Duncan Ramsay, of Coonpora, Queensland, 
born 5 Nov., 1837; married 24 Oct., 1878, Ellen 
Sophia, eldest daughter of Henry Salmon, of Coxley 
House, Wells, and has a son and daughter. 

Allan Ivo Malcolm, born 6 Sept., 1882; Stuart 
Emma. 
[3e-jb] Allan Henry, born 18 Nov., 1838; married 19 



Thg DGScenT ob •♦ 



Robert Clerk, Esq., 

OF ST. HELEN'S, HOBART, TASMANIA, 



FROM THE 



IBIooD Kopal 




of CnglatiD. 



Edward I., crd. 19 Aug.=f=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
J274, b. 17 June, 1239, d. 7 I Ferdinand III., KingofCas- 
July, 1307. tile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crd. 23 Feb.=j=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. of 
1307, b. 25 April, 1284, d. I France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1358. 



Edward III., crowned i- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),= 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, etc., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



■Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
liam, Count of Holland and 
Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 132S, 
d. IS Aug. 1369. 

=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=pMargaret, 3rd d. of Thomas, 
Somerset and Marquis of and sister and co-heir of 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d. 21 Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Apl. 1410. Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 

Duke of Clarence. 2nd son 
of Hen.IV.),d. 31 Dec. 1440. 

James I. of Scotland,=i=Joane,=fSir James Stewart, the 
d. 21 Feb. 1438. Queen Black Knight of Lorn, 

/(^of Scots. 



Sir John Stewart, Earl of=j=Eleanora (2nd wife), dau. of 
Athole, 1457. I William Sinclair, Earl of 

I Orkney and Caithness. 

Elizabeth Stewart (2nd=rAndrew, 3rd Lord Gray, d. 
wife). Feb. 1513-14. 

Kinninmouth,ofthat^Marjory=j=Silvester Rattray, of 
ilk (1st husband). Gray. J^Craighall (2nd husband). 

A, 



A, 

eontinued/rom beiow, 
Marjory Gray=i=Silvester Rattray. 



David Rattray, of Craig-=j=Isabel, dau. of Alex. Ram- 
hall, etc., 1554. I say, of Banff. 

George Rattray, of Craig-=f=Janet, dau. of George Drum- 
hall, 1586. I mond, of Blair. 



Silvester Rattray, of Craig-=j=Agnes Lambie, of Dun- 
hall, 1604. I kerrie. 



David Rattray, of Craighall,=j= Agnes Hay. 
1624-46. I 

Patrick Rattray, of Craig-=j=Anne Drammond, dau. of 
hall Rattray, 164S. | John, 2nd Lord Maderty. 



James Rattray, of Craighall,=f Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Geo. 
1672. Hay, of Megginch. 

Dr. Thomas Rattray, of=pMargaret Galloway, dau. of 
Craighall, 1692. Thomas, 2nd Lord Dunkeld. 



John Clerk, president coll. 
of physicians, Edinburgh, 
1740-4. 




Thomas Clerk, of Liston-=j=Sarah, and dau. of James 
shiels and Spittal, b. 1722, Russell, of London, m. 1757, 
d. 1769. I d. 1763. 

I I 

Thomas Clerk, of West-=j=Dorothy, widow of Jeremiah 
holme,Somerset,H.E.I.C.S., I Adderton, Esq., m. 12 Sept. 
b. 14 March, 1761, d. 3 Jan. 1796, d. 17 May, 1847. 
1817. I 



Henrietta Frances, dau. of 
Robert Williams, Esq., bar- 
at-law, m. 8 Feb. 1843, d. 
7 Oct. 1865. 



Robert Clerk, of Westholme,= 
Madras C.S., b. 6 Aug. 
179S, d. 5 Apl. 1873. 



I Thomas Clerk, 2 Robert Clerk, of=f=Agatha Bertha,eldest 
major-gen. in the St. Helen's, Hobart, I dau. of J. E. Cox, 
army.=f Tasmania, b. 2 Aug. Esq., m. 21 Oct. 

A 1S21. I 1843. 

I 



Henry, m!ijor-=i=Fanny Maria, 2nd Dora, 
general late dau. of F. Adams, 
Madras army, Esq., of Cotswold, m. 
b. 1829. I 1862. 



Robert Mildmay CIerk,= 
of Charlton Ho., Somer- 
set, major Madras staff 
corps, b. 1844. 



Mary, only surviv- Albert, b. 1850. 

ing child of Col. George, b.iS52. 

Phipps.ofCharlton Franklyn, d. 

House, m. 1S79. iSSl. 



Arthur Temple, Frederick. Four 

m. 1S80, Alice Claud. daus. 

M.Cunningham. Edmund. (seep 

112). 



Robert Vere, 
Dec. 1883. 



. 25 Nora May, b. 31 
May, 1881. 



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"TTTl 

Henry, b. 1865. 
Albert, b.lS67. 
Henrietta. 



15 



The Descendants of the Kings of England, 



April, 1877, Isabella, widow of William Tremaine 
Esq., of Baccumore, Devon, daughter of Rev. Ben- 
jamin William Salmon Vallack, vicar of St. Budeaux, 
Devon, s.p. 
Rev. D. M. Clerk married 2ndly, 5 June, 1879, Hen- 
rietta Claypon, daughter of late Rev. Henry John 
Arnold Walsh, and has 3 daughters (c). 

[4(7-/^] Caroline Dorothy, born 26 Jan., :88l. 
[Si'-ji] Anna Maria Henrietta, bom 19 Jan., 1S83. 
[6«-56] Daughter born 18 Feb., 1S84. 
(Zh-ja) Edward George, of Clerkness, New England, 
born 30 March, 1813; died 3 Feb., 1876; married 1st, 
, 1835, Anna Maria, daughter of Genl. Stafford; 
she died s.p. 31 July, 1835; he married 2ndly 

, Mary West, by whom he had 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Edward George, bom 3 March, 1847. 
[2] Frederick Malcolm, born 4 Feb., 1855. 
[3] Dora Emma, bom 18 Jan., 1853; married 

, to Peter Colin Cambell, Esq., of Queensland. 
[4] Alice, born 25 Sept., 1859; died 25 Aug., 1862. 
(7i-?n) Edmund Hugh, of Burford, Somerset, J.P., 
LL.B. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1839; bom 5 Feb.,'"' 
1817; married 26 May, 1853, his cousin Eliza Alicia, 
daughter of Lt.-Col. John Bladen Taylor, E.I. director, 
M.P. Hythe (by Rachel, daughter of Sir William 
Dunkin, judge Supreme Court, Calcutta), and has had 
2 daughters. 

[1] Mary Rachel, died 30 May, 1865. 
[2] Edith Dorothy. 
(8*-3rt) Eleanor (Clerk), born 3 Sept., 1800; married 
7 Sept., 1819, to Rev. Henry Watson Barnard, vicar 
of St. Cuthbert's and canon residentiary of Wells; 
he died at Granaida, Spain, 9 July, 1855, having had 2 
sons and 3 daughters (/). 

\\f-8b\ Henry John (Barnard), B.A. St. John's 
Coll., Camb., 1845, M.A. 1856, vicar of Yatton, 
Somerset, since 1S46, preb. of Combe 1854, rural 
dean of Portishead 1S65, etc., born 3 Feb., 1S22 ; 
married 4 April, 1S58, Helen Otway, youngest 
daughter of Charles Otway Mayne, Esq., of the 
Manor House, Stanmore, Middlesex, and has had 5 
sons and 8 daughters. 

Henry Cuthbert (Barnard), born 10 April, 1865; 
PhiUp Goodenough, born 13 April, 1866; Lionel 
Henry Francis, bom 25 March, 1870; Gerard 
Norman, born I April, and died 26 Dec, 1S72 ; 
Basil Henry Francis, born 13 Jan., 1874; Con- 
stance Eleanor, born 26 Feb., 1859 ; Helen Mary, 
born 24 Dec, i860; Maude Otway, born 11 May, 
1862; Alice Margaret, bom 14 Nov., 1S64; Wini- 
fred Eden, born 6 Jan., 1868; Kathleen, bom 30 
Nov., and died 7 Dec, 1S6S; Violet Grace, bom 
I April, 1S72, died 4 Feb., 1883; Olive Her- 
mione, born 20 Feb., 1876. 
[2/-<y^] Edward Thomas (Barnard), born 4 Jan., 
1826 ; married. 

[3/-<y*] Eleanor Beadon (Barnard), bom 12 Oct., 
1820; died unmarried 13 Aug., 1846. 
\^f-Sb\ Fanny Sydney (Barnard), born 6 Jan., 1824; 
married. 

\hf-Sb\ Emily Harriet (Barnard), born 2 Oct., 1835. 
(Si^jfl) Dora, bon> 12 Mav, 1807 ; died unmarried 5 
Oct., 1874. 

(lO^ja) Maria, born 19 luly, 1810; married 21 Aug., 
1832, to her cousin William Clerk, judge H.E.I.C.S. 
(son of Robert Clerk, Esq.) ; he died 10 Dec, 1868, 
leaving issue (see above). 

(Wb-sa) Emma, born 16 Aug., 1814; died unmarried 
7 April, 1875. 
[4a] Robert, chairman of court directors H.E.I.C.S., 
born 7 May, 1763; died 25 July, 1815 ; married 2 Jan., 
17S9, Anne, daughter of James Taylor, Esq., of the 
Paragon, Southampton ; she died 24 Feb., 1833, having 
had 3 sons and 5 daughters {g). 



(^g-4a) James, born 8 July, died 14 Dec, 1791. 
(ig-4d) William, bom 15 July, 1803 ; died 10 Dec, 
1868; married 21 Aug., 1832, his cousin, Maria, 
daughter of Thomas Clerk, Esq., of Westholme, afore- 
said, and had 4 sons and a daughter. 

[1] William, bom 3 June, 1833; drowned in the 
Glenelg river, Victoria, Australia, 7 Nov., 185 1. 
[2] Augustus, born i Oct., 1837; died 9 Feb., 1839. 
[3] Arthur, bom 19 June, 1839; died 24 July, 
1877 ; married 2 Dec, 1S75, Eva, daughter of Rev. 
Charles Ranken Hall, of Shirenewton, Men., and 
had a daughter. 

Eva Dorothy, born 13 May, 1877. 
[4] Angus, curate of Downend, Bristol, 1875-8, 
rector of Winterbome Houghton, Dorset, 1878-82, 
born 20 July, 1841 ; married 29 July, 1875, Emily 
Sophia, widow of Alexander Cowan Vertue, daugh- 
ter of W. C. Andrews, Esq., of Bath, and has 3 
daughters. 

Muriel Violet, bom 20 May, 1876; Ethel Mary, 

born 12 Sept., 1878; Mabel Gladys, born 5 April, 

1881. 

[6] Maria, born 30 June, 1835 ; died 18 April, 1838. 

{^g-4.a) Charles, born 16 Feb., 1807; died unmarried 

at Bombay, 7 Sept., 1828. 

(4^-^a) Marianne (Clerk), bom 5 Oct., 1792; died 17 
Sept., 1836; married 15 Jan., 1828, to Stephen Tucker, 
of Welling; he died 15 March, 1866, having had 3 
daughters. 

[1] Marian (Tucker), married 19 Sept, 1878, to 
Alfred WoUaston, s.p. 
[2] Sarah (Tucker) ; unmarried. 
[3] Emily Susannah (Tucker); died unmarried 12 
May, 1861. 
{5g-4a) Sarah Georgina (Clerk), bom 18 July, 1798 ; 
died 2 Jan., 1809. 

(6^-4<2) Harriet (Clerk), born 21 March, 1802; died 28 
Aug., 1861 ; married 27 Jan., 1S25, to George Frederick 
Browne, capt. R.A., who died 24 Nov., 1831, having 
had a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] George Frederick Salmon (Browne), major in 
the army, born 19 March, 1827; died 4 May, 1864; 
married twice (his wife Margaret was murdered in 
the fort of Jhansi, 8 June, 1S57, in the Indian 
mutiny); he married 2ndly, 27 Feb., i860, Jane 
Sarah, daughter of late William Sheffield, of 
Feltham Hill, Middx, and had a son and daughter. 
Frederick George Francis (Browne), bom 6 Oct., 
1864; Clara Harriet. 
Harriet (Browne), man-ied 9 Sept., 1857, to 
William Henry Robert Merriman, M.A. 
Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 1850, s.p. 
[3] Frances Anne (Browne), murdered with her 
sister-in-Jaw in the fort of Jhansi, on the 8th 
June, 1857, in the Indian mutiny. 
[4] Lucretia (Browne), married 27 June, 1864, to 
Valentine James O'Brien Horsford, of Bath, who 
died 2 June, 1879, leaving a son and 2 daughters. 
George Manley O'Bryen (Horsford), born I Dec, 
1866; Florence Gertrude Maude; Lucretia Marian. 
{7g-4a) Lucretia (Clerk), born 29 Jan., 1S06 ; died 
s.p. 5 Feb., 1875, having married 1839, to Capt. 

Walter William Ross, Madras army. 
(8g-4a) Fanny (Clerk), born 12 April, 1808 ; died s.p. 
23 Oct., 1875, having married to Henry Gaisford 
Gibbs Ludlow, Esq., of Heywood House, 'Wilts. 
[6a] Anne Russell (Clerk), bom 20 April, 1762; died 
s.p. 5 Feb., 1839, having married , to George 

Hoar, Esq., of Twyford Lodge, Hants. 

JOHN CLERK, of 'Worthy, Hants, born 27 
Dec, 1759; died Oct., 1842; married ist 
, Anne, 2nd daughter and co-heir of Carew 
Mildmay, Esq., of Shawford Place, Hants ; she 

14] 



^l 



♦• THG + DESCED'P + OB •♦ 



Rev. Henry John Barnard, M.A., 

VICAR OF Y AT TON, SOMERSET, PREBENDARY OF COMBE, 
RURAL DEAN OF PORTISHEAD, 



rROM THE 



TBlOOD JRopl 




Of (ZBnglann. 



Edward I., crd. 19 Aug.=f=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
1274, b. 17 June, 1239, d. 7 I Ferdinand III., KingofCas- 
July, 1307. tile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crd. 23 Feb.T=IsobeI, dau. of Phil 
1307, b. 25 April, 1284, d. I France, m. 2S Ja 
21 Sept.' 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1358. 



Edward III., crowned i=f=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. I liam, Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. HainauU, m. 24 Jan. 132S, 

I d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

John of Gaunt (4th son),=pKatherine (3rd wife), d. of 



L)uke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, etc., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=pMargaret, 3rd d. of Thomas, 
Somerset and Marquis of I and sister and co-heir of 
Dorset, so or. 1397, d. 21 Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Apl. 1410. I Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 

I Duke of Clarence. 2nd son 
of Hen.IV.),d. 31 Dec. 1440. 



James I. of ScotIand,=f=Joane,=f Sir James Stewart, the 

21 Feb. 1438. Queen I Black Knight of Lorn. 

■Scots. 



lofi 



Sir John Stewart, Earl of=i=Eleanora (2nd wife), dau. of 
Athole, HS7- William Sinclair, Earl of 

Orkney and Caithness. 



nd=i= 



Feb. 1513-14. 



Kinninmouth,ofthat=Marjory=j=Silvester Rattray, of 
ilk (1st husband). Gray. /|v,Craighall (2nd husband). 



continued/rom below, 
Marjory Gray=pSilvester Rattray. 



David Rattray, of Craig-=i=Isabel, dau. of Alex. Ram- 
hall, etc., 1554. I say, of Banff. 



George Rattray, of Craig-=f=Janet, dau. of George Drum- 
hall, 1586. I mond, of Blair. 



David Rattray, of Craighall,=f= Agnes Hay. 
1624-46. 



Patrick Rattray, of Craig-=pAnne Drummond, dau. of 
hall Rattray, 164S. j John, 2nd Lord Maderty. 



JamesRattray, of Craighall,=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Geo. 
1672. I Hay, of Megginch. 



Dr. Thomas Rattray, of=FMargaret Galloway, dau. of 
Craighall, 1692. Thomas, 2nd Lord Dunkeld. 

Margaret Rattray, b. 22=f=John Clerk, president coll, 



June, 1702, m. 1720. 



of physicians, Edinburgh, 
1740-4. 

^Sarah, 2nd dau. of James 
Russell, of London, m. 1757, 
d. 1763. 



Thomas Clerk, of West-=j=Dorothy, widow of Jeremiah 
holme,Somerset,H.E.I.C.S., I Adderton, Esq., m. 12 Sept. 
b. 14 March, 1761, d. 3 Jan. 1796, d. 17 May, 1847. 
1817. I 



Thomas Clerk, of Liston-= 
shiels and Spittal, b. 1722, 
d. 1769. 



Eleanor Clerk, b. 3 Sept.=j=Rev. Henry Watson Bar- 
iSoo, m. 7 Sept. 1S19. I nard, canon of Wells, d, 9 

July, 1855. 



Henry John Barnard, vicarT=Helen Otway, youngest dau. Edward Thomas Eleanor 

of Yatton since 1846, preb. of Chas. O. Mayne, Esq., Barnard, b. 4 Jan. Beadon, d. 

of Combe 1S54, and rural of Manor House, Stanmore, 1826.^ unm. 13 

dean 1865. m. 4 Apl. 1858. ^, Aug. 1846. 

Henry Cuthbert Barnard, b. lo 
Apl. 1865. 
Philip, b. 1866. 



tanny 
Sydney, b. 
6 Jan. 1S24. 



Emily 
Harriet, 
b. 2 Oct. 
IS3S- 



Lionel, b. 1870. 
Basil, b. 1874. 



Constance. 

Helen. 

Maude. 



Alice. 

Winifred. 

Olive. 



[115] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



died , ; he married 2ndly , 

, , daughter of James, of ; 

she died s.p. ; by his ist wife he had 3 

sons and 4 daughters {h). 

[l/i] SIE GEOKGE KTTSSELL (CIERK), named on 
page 109. 

[2/;] John, of the Indian cavalry, killed in India. 
[3/i] Mildmay, of Spratton Hall, Northampton ; married, 
, 1857, Isabella, daughter of Henry Tower, 
Esq. (5th son of Christopher Tower, of Huntsmore Park, 
Bucks), and had a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry, capt. Queen's bays (2nd dragoon guards) 
1881, born 29 June, 1855. 

(2) Emma. (3) May. 

(4) Georgina, married 13 Dec, 1882, to Ernest 
Knightley Little, of Newbold Parey Hall, Leamington. 

[4/i] Eliza, died young. 

[5A] Anne, married , , to William Ashton, of 

Madras C.S., who died 21 Dec, 1882, and had, with 

otlier issue, a daughter, married to Edward Lyon, 

Esq. 

[6/7] Letitia, died April, 1881, having married , 

, to Capt. Berkeley Maxwell, R.N., of Tubbendens, 

Kent; he died Dec, 1854, having had 2 sons and 

3 daughters {k'). 

(\k-6h) George Shirley (Maxwell), of Tubbendens, 
Kent, bt.-col. and hon. col. 5th batt. the rifle brigade 
(The Prince Consort's Own) 1881, formerly lieut. 20th 
foot, married , , Adelaide Frances, daugh- 

ter of late Major Stanhope Taylor ; she died divorced. 
i^k-bh) Stuart John Mildmay (Maxwell), lieut. R.H.A., 
died , i860. 



(3*-6/^) Annette (Maxwell), eldest daughter; married 
II April, 1848, to Sir Thomas Willshire, G.C.B. (son of 
Capt. John Willshire, and grandson of Noah Will- 
shire), genl. in the army, col. 51st regt., knight (first 
class) of Dooranee empire (Cabul), created a baronet 
22 May, 1 841, for his services at the siege of Ghuznee 
and capture of Khelat, in Afghanistan, served also in 
the Peninsular war, in the Walcheren expedition, 
and at the Cape of Good Hope, C.B. 1838, K.C.B. 
1839, G.C.B. 1861 ; born 24 Aug., 1789; died 31 May, 
1S62, having had, with other issue, 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Sir Arthur Reginald Thomas (Willshire), 2nd 
and present baronet, capt. and It.-col. Scots guards 
1883, born 23 Nov., 1850. 

[2] Ernest Maxwell (Willshire), lieut. 2nd batt 
The Black Watch (73rd Highlanders), heir-pre- 
sumptive to the baronetcy; bom 10 May, 1856; 
married 26 June, 18S2, Lilian Gertrude Henrietta, 
eldest daughter of Major-Gen. James Davidson, and 
has a daughter. 

[3] Alice Mary, married 16 Aug., 1881, to Rev. 
James William Adams, senior chaplain Bengal estab- 
lishment, B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1861. 
[4] Edith Annette (Willshire). 
iU-bh) Julia (Maxwell). 
(bk-bh) Emily. 
[TA] Jane Maria, died 26 Sept., 1873 ; married 19 March, 
183S, as 3rd wife to Charles Tyrwhitt, Esq., 9th lancers, 
2nd son of Sir Thomas (Tyrwhitt) Jones, Bart. ; he 
died July, 1876, leaving an only daughter. 

Emily Blanche (Tyrwhitt), married Nov., 1868, to 
Edmond Henry, eldest son of Rev, George Herbert 
Repton, 



116] 



♦• THG DGSCGDT OB •<•> 



Sir Arthur R. T. Willshire, Bart., 



FROM THE 



moot} IRopal 




of €nglano. 



Edward I., crd. 19 Aug.=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
1274, b. 17 June, 1239, d. 7 | Ferdinand III., KingofCas- 
July, 1307. tile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crd. 23 Feb.=i=IsobeI, dau. of Philip IV. of 
1307, b. 25 April, 12S4, d. I France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 135S. 



Edward III., cro\vned i^ 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. 



Thilippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
liam, Count of Holland and 
Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 132S, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=j=Margaret, 3rd d. of Thomas, 
Somerset and Marquis of and sister and co-heir of 
Dorset, so or. 1397, d. 21 Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Apl. 1410. I Kent (she re-m. to Thomas, 

I Duke of Clarence, 2nd son 
I of Hen.IV.),d. 31 Dec. 1440. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),= 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, etc., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



James I. of Scotland,=j=J o 
d. 21 Feb. 1438, 



,=T=joane,=j=: 
Queen : 
/f^of Scots. 



Sir James Stewart, the 
Black Knight of Lorn. 



Sir John Stewart, Earl of=fEleanora (2nd wife),dau. of 
Athole, 1457. William Sinclair, Earl of 

Orkney and Caithness. 



Elizabeth Stewart (2nd=T=Andrew, 3rd Lord Gray, d. 
wife). Feb. 15 13-14. 

Kinninmouth,ofthat=Marjory=j=Silvester Rattray, of 
ilk ( 1st husband). Gray. /f^Craighall (2nd husband). 

A, 
continued ahove. 



continued front below. 
Marjory Gray=pSilvester Rattray. 



David Rattray, of Craig-=j=Isabel, dau. of Alex. Ram- 
hall, etc., 1554. I say, of Banff. 

George Rattray, of Craig-=j^Janet,dau.of George Drum- 
hall, 1586. I mond, of Blair. 



Silvester Rattray, of Craig-=p Agnes Lambie, of Dun- 
hall, 1604. I kerrie. 



David Rattray, of Craighall,=j= Agnes Hay. 
1624-46. I 



Patrick Rattray, of Craig-=j=Anne Drummond, dau. of 
hall Rattray, 1648. | John, 2nd Lord Maderty. 

James Rattray, of Craighall,=j=EIizabeth, dau. of Sir Geo. 
1672. Hay, of Megginch. 



Dr. Thomas Rattray, of= 
Craighall, 1692. 



Margaret Galloway, dau. of 
Thomas, 2nd Lord Dunkeld. 



Margaret Rattray, b. 22=f=John Clerk, president coll. 
June, 1702, m. 1720. of physKians, Edinburgh, 

1740-4. 



Thomas Clerk, of Liston-= 
shiels and Spittal, b. 1722, 
d. 1769. 



^Sarah, 2nd dau. of James 
Russell, ofLondon.m. 1757, 
d. 1763- 



John Clerk, of Worthy,=Anne (ist wife), 2nd dau. 
Hants, b. 27 Dec. 1 759, and co-heir of Carew Mild- 
Oct. 1S42. may, Esq., of Shawford 

Place, Hants. 



Sir George Russell Clerk, 
G.C.S.I., K.C.B., governor 
of Bombay 1848-50, 1860-2 
(see pp. 108 and 109).^ 



Mildmay Clerk, 
of Spratton, 
Northants (see 
p. 114).= 
A 



Ann, m. to Wm. 
Ashton, Madras 
C.S., who died 
21 Dec. 1882.= 

I 



d. Apl. 



^Berkeley Maxwell, of Jane Maria, 

Tubbendens, Kent, m. to Charles 

capt. R.N., d. Dec. Tyrwhitt.: 
1854. 



=Edward George Shirley Max- Stuart John Annette,=Gen. Sir William 

(Ashton). Lyon, well, of Tubbendens, Mildmay Max- m. 1 1 Apl. I Willshire, Bart., 

Esq. hon. col. Sth batt. the well, lieut. 1848. G.C.B., d. 31 

riae brigade. R.H.A., d. May, 1862. 



Julia. 
Emily. 



Emily Blanche 
Tyrwhitt, m. 
Nov. 1 868, to 
Edmond Hy. 
Repton, Esq. 



Sir Arthur Reginald Thomas 
! Willshire, Bart., capt. and 
I lieut. -col. Scots guards 1883, 
'. b, 23 Nov. 1850, 



Ernest Maxwell Willshire,=Lilian, dau. of Major- 
lieut. the Black Watch, b. | Gen. James Davidson, 
10 May, 1856. 



b. Gen. James J 
m. 26 June, 



Alice Mary, m. 16 Apl. Edith. 
1881, to Rev. James 
W. Adams, chaplain 
Bengal establishment. 



A daughter. 



• ♦• ThS + DeSCEBT + OB m-^ 



Osgood Beauchamp Hanbury, Esq., 



OF HO LF I ELD GRANGE, ESSEX. 

FROM THE 



TBIooD Eopal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=T=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 1 7 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Joan of Acre, d. 10 May,=f-"Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 

1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester and Hereford 

I (isthusbd.), d. 7Dec. 1295. 

Eleanor, sister and co-h. of=j=Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of to parlt. ; declared traitor ; 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Elizabeth Despencer=j=Sir Maurice Berkeley, 
I to parlt. 1362-68. 



Sir James Berkeley, of Rag-=j=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h. of 
land, knt.,d. 13 June, 1409. Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 
I knt. 

James Berkeley, nephew and=j=Isabel (2nd wife), widow of 



heir male of Thomas, Lord 
Berkeley ; he had summons 
to parlt. 1421-61, d. Nov. 
1463. 



Henry Ferrers, son and 
heir of William, 5th Lord 
Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 
Norfolk. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd son,=T=Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
d- ,1507. Mead, of Bristol, d. 1517. 

James Berkeley, of Thorn-=j=Susan Waddall, widow, n^e 
bury (3rd son). Veel. 



_? 



Sir Thomas Perrott,=j=Mary Berkeley,=SirThomasJohnes 
of Haroldstone, co. I dau. and heir./K(2nd husband). 
Pembroke (ist hus- | =Sir Robert Whit- 

band). I ney (3rd husband). 



coniinned above. 



A, 

coniinued/ront below. 
Sir Thomas Perrott (1st husbd. )=f=Mary Berkeley. 

Sir John Perrott, of Harold-=Anne (ist wife), dau. of Sir 

stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 

Ireland 1583, admiral of the=j=Jane Pollard (2nd wife). 

fleet, died in the Tower. | 

I ' 

Sir John Philipps, of Picton 
Castle, Pembroke, bart., d. 
27 March, 1629. 



Anne Perrott (ist wife)= 



Olive Philipps (Jth dau.)=f=Sampson Lort, of East- 
moor and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke. 



Elizabeth Lort (ist wife), m.=j=Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, 
II Nov. 1661, d. 7 Feb. I co. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 
1685. 1637, d. 26th xi. month, 

I 1698. 



SampsonLloyd,of Birming-=fMary (2nd wife), dau. of 



ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, m. 
S X. 1695, d. 3 i. 1724. 



Ambrose Crowley, of Stour- 
bridge, sister of Sir Am- 
brose Crowley, died Ist ix. 
month, 1770, aged 93. 



Sarah (ist wife),: 
dau. of Richard 
Parkes, of Oaks- 
well Hall, CO. 
Staff. 



=Sampson Lloyd,: 
of Birmingham, 
banker, b. 1699, 
d. 1779 (see pp, 
146, 15s). 



Rachel (2nd wife), 
dau. of Nehemiah 
Champion, of Bris- 
tol, m. 1731, d. 
A1766. 



Mary Lloyd, m. 18 Jan.=j=Osgood Hanbury, of Hol- 
1757, d. iS Nov. 1770. I field Grange, Essex, d. II 
Jan. 1784. 



Osgood Hanbury, of Hol-=Susannah, dau. Charles Hanbury, c 

field Grange, Essex, and | of John Bar- Old Well House, Che! 

of London, banker, d. 11 clay, Esq., m. tenham, banker, b. 2 

F^''- 1852. J9 Aug. 1879, d. Sept. 1766, d. 4 Jar 

I 26 Aug. i8i3. 1825. 



Osgood Han- 
bury, of Hol- 
field Grange, 
Essex, D.L,, 
d. Nov. 
1873. 



= PriFcill3, only dau. Anna.=Thomas Fowell Buxton Rachel,m. 

of John Bland, of A (ist husband). toRichard 

London, banker, m. 17 — Edward Henning, of Gurney.of 

March, 1790, d. 1830. Melcombe Regis (2nd Keswick, 

husband). 



Eleanor W., Robert Han- Arthur Han- Philip Han- Susan, m. 1833 Anna, 01.1845 Rachel, m. to Mary, m. 1836 

dau.ofWm. bury.ofPoles, bury, vicar of bury, of to George (as 2nd wife) Robert Bar- to (Sir) Francis 

Hall, E-sq., Herts, d. 20 BuresSt.Mary, Woodlands, Field, Esq., of to Very Rev. clay, Esq., of Mackenzie 

' ' Jan. 1884.= Suffolk, since Redhill.= Ashurst Park, J. Bramston, Clapham.= (bart.), ofGair- 

/K 1828.= /K Kent.=7= dean of Win- /|\ Ioch.== 

A A Chester. A 



21 Julj 
i6,d.Ma] 



Helen Caroline, (ist 
wife), dau. ofW. H. 
Newton, Esq., m. 

, 1854, d. 5 Apl. 
1865. 



'OsEood Hanbury, =i=Cecilia (2nd wife), or 
of Holfield Grange, dau. of Rev. R. 
b. 30 May. 1826, d. Tower, rector of Mo 
3 May, 1882. ton, Essex, m. 1866. 



M. (ist — Sampson -r-Margaret (2nd Eleanor, 



Susanna. 



wife), dau. of to Rev. W. Ay- Anna. 
Rev E. Mans- ling, 2ndly to Priscilla. 
field, m. 29 W." B. Tritton, 



Adeline Helen, Constance. Osgood Beauchamp Gerald, b. 10 Nov. 1858. 
m. 1884 to Capt. Marion. Hanbury, b. 13 Oct. Henry, b. 8 Nov. 1862. 
Heron-Maxwell. 1867. 



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H ANBURY, OSGOOD BEAUCHAMP, of 
Holfield Grange, Essex ; 19TH in descent 
FROM Edward I. : born i^ Oct., 1867. 





The Descent of 

Osgood Beauchamp Hanbury, of Holfield 

Grange, Essex, 

from the Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; born at Westminster 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos 1254, created 
earl of Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality ot W ales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter. 

JOAN OF ACRE, born there 1272 ; died 10 
May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (surnamed " The 
Red"), earl of Gloucester and Hertford; he died 
at Monmouth castle, 7 Dec, 1295; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 
issue; Joan 01^ Acre had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 



ELEANOR DE CLARE, sister and co-heir of 
Gilbert, Earl of Gloucester, who fell at 
Bannockburn, 24 June, 1314, s.p. ; married 1st, 

1 May, 1306, to Hugh Despencer, a favourite of 
Edward I. ; summoned to parliament as Hitgoni 
le Despencer, ju?iiort, from 29 July, 8 Edward II., 
1314, to 10 Oct., 19 Edward II., 1325; hanged 
29 Nov., 1326; declared a traitor by act of par- 
liament, and his honours forfeited, his wife and 
family imprisoned in the Tower; she re-married, 
as 2nd wife, to William la Zouch (younger son of 
Robert, Lord Mortimer, of Richards Castle), had 
summons first as William la Zouche, and after- 
wards as William la Zouch de Mortimer, 1327-37, 
and died 30 June, 1337. By her ist husband she 
had, with other issue (see page 127), a daughter, 

ELIZABETH DESPENCER, married to Sir 
Maurice Berkeley (eldest son of Thomas 
Berkeley, of Beverston Castle, by hiswife Margaret, 
daughter of Roger Mortimer, Earl of March) ; he 
had summons to parliament 14 Aug., 36 Edward 
III., 1362, to 24 Feb., 42 Edward III., 1368 ; said 
to have died 8 June, 1367, buried in St. Augustine's 
Abbey, and had, with 2 daughters, 4 sons, of 
■whom the 2nd, viz., 

SIR JAMES BERKELEY, of Ragland, Knt., 
governor of Tretour Castle, co. Pembroke, 
1402 ; he married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of 
Sir John Bluet, Knt.; she (re-married to William 
Thomas, Esq.) brought Ragland manor and other 
estates to her ist husband, who died 13 June, 
1409, buried in St. Augustine's Abbey, and had 

2 sons, of whom the elder, 

JAMES BERKELEY, nephew and heir male 
of Thomas Berkeley, summoned 1382-1416, 
succeeded to the castle and lands of Berkeley 
under an entail made by his great-grandfather, 
Thomas, 3rd lord ; he had summons to parliament 
20 Oct., 1421, to 23 May, 1461 ; he died 22 Oct., 

3 Edward IV., 1463, buried in Berkeley church; 

he married ist, , daughter of Sir Humphrey 

Stafford, of Hoke, Dorset; she died s.p., and he 
married 2ndly, Isabel, widow of Henry Ferrers (son 
and heir of William, 5th Lord Ferrers of Groby), 
daughter of Thomas, and cousin and co-heir of 
John Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk; she died 29 

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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Sept., 1452, buried at the Grey Friars, Glouces- 
ter ; he married 3rdly, Joane, daughter of John 
Talbot, 1st earl of Shrewsbury, s.p. (she re-mar- 
ried to Edmund Hungerford) ; by his 2nd wife he 
had, with 3 daughters, 4 sons, of whom 

MAURICE BERKELEY (2nd son), styled 
Maurice Berkeley, Esq., made partition 
with the Earl of Surrey of the Mowbray inherit- 
ance, but was not summoned to parliament ; he 
died 1507, having married Isabel, daughter of 
Sir Philip Mead, of Bristol ; she died 1517, buried 
at the Augustine (Austin) Friars, London, having 
had, with a daughter, 3 sons. 

[1] Sir Maurice, K.B., summoned to parliament 1522; 

married and died s.p. 12 Sept., 1523. 

[2] Sir Thomas, constable of Berkeley castle, died 22 

Jan., 1533 ; ancestor of the Earl of Berkeley. 

[3] James, ofTliornbury, married Susan Weddall, widow, 

nk Veel, and had a daughter. 

Mary Berkeley, heir of her father, married 1st to 
Sir Thomas Perrott, of Haroldstone, co. Pembroke ; 
she re-married to Sir Thomas Johnes, Knt. , of Aber- 
marles, Carmarthenshire, by whom she had 4 sons 
and 3 daughters ; she is said to have re-married lastly 
to Sir Robert Whitney ; by her 1st husband she had, 
with other issue, a son, viz., 

SIR JOHN PERROTT, of Haroldstone, co. 
Pembroke, K.B., lord-deputy of Ireland 1583, 
Knightof the Bathatthe coronation of EdwardVI., 
P.O. Queen Elizabeth, president of Munster 1572, 
admiral of the fleet at the time of the meditated 
invasion of Ireland by the Spaniards, subsequently 
(1588) tried and condemned for high treason, but 
respited, and died in the Tower; made his will 
May 3, 1592 ; he married ist, Anne, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Cheney, K.G., and had a son. Sir 
Thomas ; he married 2ndly, Jane Pollard, and 
had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 145), a 
daughter, 

Anne Perrott, married, as 1st wife, to Sir John 
Philipps, of Picton Castle, Pembroke, etc.. Baronet, so 
created 9 Nov., 1621 ; he died 27 March, 1629, having 
had, with numerous issue, a daughter, 

Olive Philipps (5th daughter), married to Sampson 
Lort, of Eastmoor (or East Meare) and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke, high sherift" 1649 (broiher of Sir Roger Lort, 
created a baronet 15 July, 1662), and had a daughter. 



ELIZABETH LORT, bom 2 Nov., 1633, died 
7 Feb., 16S5, having married 11 Nov., 1661, 
as ist wife, to Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, co. 
Montgomery,* of Jesus Coll., Oxon, a magistrate 
for the county, and nominated for the shrievalty 
(son and heir of Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, by 
his wife Elizabeth Stanley, see lineage, page 156); 
bom 9 Dec, 1637; died 26th 11th month, 1698; 
he married 2ndly, 8 Feb., 1686, Ann Laurence, 



* Charles Lloyd joined the Society of Friends in 1662 ; he v 
nnpriioned (with his wife) in Welshpool gaol for ten years 
account of his religious principles. 



of Lea, CO. Hereford; she died s.p. 2 March, 1708 
(inscription states 6th month, 1708). By his ist 
wife he had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 145), 



SAMPSON LLOYD, of Lea, near Leominster, 
and of Birmingham, iron merchant ; bom at 
Welshpool, 26 Feb., 1664; died 3, buried 16 xi., 
1724, having married ist, 1685, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Sybil Good, Esq., of ; she died 10 
April, 1692, having had 4 daughters (see vol. i., 
page 146); he married 2ndly, 5 x., 1695, Mary, 
daughter of Ambrose Crowley, Esq., aforesaid; 
she bom 15 Sept., 1677 ; died ist 9th month, 
1770, aged about 93, having had, with other issue 
(see vol. i., page 146), a son, 

C AMPSON LLOYD, of Old Park House, Bir- 
^•-^ mingham, banker and ironmaster, purchased 
"Owen's Farm" 1743 (son of Sampson Lloyd 
and Mary Crowley, see page 66), bom at Bir- 
mingham 15 v., 1699; died 30 Nov., 1779; he 
married 1st, 29 Sept., 1727, Sarah, daughter of 
Richard Parkes, Esq., of Oakswell Hall, co. 
Stafford, and of Birmingham ; she died 16 iii., 
1729, aged 29 [leaving an only son, Sampson, 
father, by Rachel Barnes, of 7 sons and 10 daugh- 
ters (see vol. i., page 146)]; he married 2ndly, 
17 Sept., 1 73 1, Rachel, daughter of Nehemiah 
Champion, of Bristol; she born 30 March, 1712, 
and died 16 Sept., 1766, having had, with other 
issue (see vol. i., page 156), a daughter, 

MARY LLOYD, born 10 sii., 1736; died 18 
Nov., 1770 ; married 18 Jan., 1757, to 
Osgood Hanbury, Esq., of Holfield Grange, Essex, 
and of London, banker (only son of John Hanbury, 
of Holfield Grange, aforesaid, see subsequent 
volume) ; he born 15 xii., 1731, and died 11 Jan., 
1784, having had 5 sons and 3 daughters {a). 
[InJ John Osgood (Hanburj'), born 23 Nov., 1757; died 
23 July, 1773- 

[23l OSGOOD, of whom presently. 

[3n] Charles (Hanbury), of the Old Well House, Chel- 
tenham, and of Halstead, Essex, banker, born 26 Sept., 
1766; died 4 Jan., 1825; married 17 March, 1790, 
Priscilla, only daughter of John Bland, of London, 
banker; she died 22 Dec, 1830, having had 8 sons and 
4 daughters (A). 

(16-jn) John Bland, died unm. 28 June, 1S41, aged 57. 
(2A-jff) Charles, died unmarried 15 Nov., 1829. 
(36-j<j) Barnard, B.A. Jesus Coll., Camb., 1816, M.A 
1822, F.R.S., rector of Chignal-cum-Mashbur>', Essex, 
1S32-3, vicar of Bury St. Mar>-, Suflblk, 1824-32, 
domestic chaplain to H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex; 
died unmarried 26 Jan., 1833. 

(4A-ja) Richard (Hanbury), died 14 Jan., 1850 ; mar- 
ried , 1827, Olympia, daughter of Peter (Luard) 
Wright, Esq., of Hatfield Priory, Essex ; she died 5 
Feb., 1S59, having had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 
[1] Richard, died young in 1840. 
[2] Charles, late capt. 5th lancers, born 29 Sept., 
1842; married 15 July, 1869, Ida Constance 
PauUne Creighton, only daughter of Loftus Abraham 

20 ] 



•»• THG + DESCEUT -!- OB •♦ 

Edmund Smith Hanbury, Esq., 

OF POLES AND BED WELL PARK, HERTS, 



151000 iRogal 




of (JBnglanQ. 



Edward I., crowned 19 Aug.=j=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of Ferdi- 
J274, b. 17 June, 1239, d. 7 July, • nand III., King of Castile, d. 27 
1307. I Nov. 1290. 



May, 1305 — Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Glou- 
Vcester^and Hereford (ist husbd.). 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir of==Hugh le Despen 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Glou- i parlt. ; declared tr: 



\ d. 7 Dec. 1295. 
=Hugl 



lames Berkeley, of Ragland,=F.lizabeth, dau. and co-heii 
C. d. 13 June, 1409. Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 1 



James Berkeley, nephew and — Isabel (2nd wife), widow of Henry 
heir male of Thomas, Lord . Ferrers, son and heir of William, 
Berkeley ; he-had sum. to parlt. 5th Lord Ferrers of Groby, dau. 
1421-61, d. Nov. 1463. of Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 



James Berkeley, of Thombury==Susan Waddall, wi( 
(3rd son). 

r — 

Sir Thomas Perrott,of=j=Mary Berkeley, ySir Thorn; 
Haroldstone, co. Pern- dau. and heir. /Khusband). 

=SirRoberl 

/K husband). 



. Mead, 
cw, »/«Veel. 
i Johnes (2nd 



broke (ist husband). 



Whit 



Hvi 



coniinjiid ahoz'e. 

Osgood Hanbuo', of Hol-=Susannah, dau. 
field Grange. Essex, and of John Bar- 
of London, banker, d. 11 clay, Esq., m. 
Feb. 1852. ig Aug. 1879, d. 

1 26 Aug. 1818. 



continued from Mow. 
Sir Thomas Perron (isthusband)=Mary Berkeley. 



.nPerrolt,ofHaroldstone,=Anne (ist wife), dau 
lord-deputy Ireland 1583, Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
1 of the fleet, died in the=Jane Pollard (2nd wife) 

Anne Perrott (ist wife)- 

! March, 
Olive Philipps (5th dau.)=;=Samp 



..)=pSampson L( 
Stackpole, ( 



.Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, co. 
Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 1637, d, 
26th xi. month, 1698. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Birmingham, =^Mary (2Bdwife), dau. of Ambrose 
b. 26 Feb., 1664, m. 5 x. 1695, d. 1 Crowley, of Stourbridge, sister 
31.1724. 



I of Sir Ambrose Crowley, 
I 1st ix. month, 1770, aged 93. 



Sarah (ist wife).dau.=pSampson Lloyd 
of Richard Parkes, B' ' ' 
of Oakswell Hall, b. 1699, 



;hel(2ndwife),dau. 
ngham, banker, 1 of Nehemiah Cham- 
.-. x«99, d. 1779 (see 1 pion, of Bristol, m- 
APP. 1461 'SS- 1731, d. 1766. 



(Carles Hanbury, of^ 
Old Well House, Chel- 



Mary Lloyd, b. 10 xii. 1736, m.=T=Osgocd Hanbury, of Holfield 
18 Jan. 1757, d. 18 Nov. 1770. Grange, Essex, d. 11 Jan. 1784. 



=Priscilla, only dau. Anna.=Thomas Fowell Buxton Rachel, m. 

of John Bland, of A (ist husband). to Richard 

London, banker, m. 17 =Edward Henning, of Gurney.of 

March, 1790, d. Melcombe Regis (2nd Keswick. 

.1230. husband). 



Osgood Han- 
bury, of Hol- 
field Grange, 
£&sex,d. Nov. 



Abel Smit 
Esq., M.P.; 
m. 1849, d. 
1863. 



Robert Hanbury, - 
of Poles, Herts, 
J. P., D.L., high 
sheriff 1854, b. 2 
July 1879, d. 20 



m. 14 of Bury St. Woodlands, 

1819, Mary, Suf- Redhill.= 
Dec. folk, since A 

1828.= 

A 



Susan, TO. 1833 Ai 

to George (a; 

Field, Esq., of to Very Rev. Barclay,^ 

Ashurst Park, J. Bramston, Esq., 

Kent.== dean of Wit ~ " 

/f^ Chester. 



Claphan 
A 



(bart.),ofGair- 
loch.= 
A 



-Frances S. (2nd 
wife), dau. of 
Sir Culling 
Eardley Eard- 
ley (Smith), 
bart. m. i July, 
186s. 



Addin[^ton George Hanbury, 

ry, of Bel- of Blylhewcod, 

Herts, etc., Bucks, J. P., m. 

I Christina, 1877 Mary, dau. 

^Dr. Mac- of Capt. Trotter. 



Edgar Hanbury,of Gurney Hanbury, 

Eastrop Grange, late capt. 8th 

Wilts, m. 1863 hussars, m. 1859 

Caroline, dau. of Emma, dau. of J. 

Col. Kingscote, Johnstone, she d. 

shed.iS74.^ I8a.= 



Madeline 
Emily, m. 
1S52 to 
Alfred D. 
Chapman, 
Esq. 



Edmund Smith=Jane, dau. of Wm. Evan. 

Hanbury, of Leslie, Esq., of Anthony. 

Poles,b. 3iOct. Warthill,N.B.,m. Emily. 
1850. 12 Dec. 1876. 

A son, b. 3 Dec, 1883. Two daughters. 



^ 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Tottenham, of Glenade, co. Leitrim (see Foster's 
Peerage, M. Ely), and has a son and 2 daughters. 

Cyril Coventry Loftus, born 29 March, 1874; 

Muriel Guendolen ; Dorothy Constance. 
[3] Olympia, married 2 Nov., 1852, to Rev. Charles 
Brian Leigh, B.A. Christ Coll., Camb., 1837, rector 
of Goldhanger with Little Totham since 1846, and 
has 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Charles Edward (Leigh), B.A. Clare Coll., 
Camb., 1880, rector of Langford since 1882, born 

13 July, 1856; married 21 Feb., 1884, Constance 
Mary, eldest daughter of late J. P. Lord, Esq., of 
Hallow Park, co. Wore. 

(2) Francis Beilby, born 4 Dec, i860. 

(3) Stratford Stradsett, born 14 Aug., 1866. 

(4) Mary, married , 1881, to Percy Edward 
Lawrence, of Whitelands, Hatfield Peverel. 

(5) Emily (Leigh). (6) Olympia Maria. 
[4] Mary Anne, died , 1853. 

[5] Margaret (Hanbury). 
(bb-ja) David (Hanbury), bom 20 Aug., 1802; died 12 
Aug., 1836, married i5 Aug., 1825, Louisa Emily, 2nd 
daughter of John Cobbold, Esq., of the Holywells, 
Suffolk, and had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
[1] David, born and died 20 Aug., 1833. 
[2] David, born 15 March, 1834; married 28 July, 
i860, Mary, daughter of Henry Ewbank, Esq. ; s.p. 
[3] Charles, born 9 and died 11 June, 1836. 
[4] Louisa. 

[5] Eleanor, born and died 26 Oct., 1835. 
(66-j«) Octavius, of London, died 14 Aug., 1875 ; 
married 3 May, 1829, Mary Armstrong, daughter of 
Edward Strettell, Esq., advocate-general E.I.C.S. ; she 
died 18 Aug., 1835, aged 28, leaving a son. 

Octavius, married Elizabeth Adams, of New York, 
and had a daughter, Mary, of Chicago. 
(Tb-ja) Alfred (Hanbury), in holy orders, married Miss 
Roe, of Lowestoft, and died 18 March, 1859, having 
had at least 6 sons. 

[1] Francis Alfred, bom 18 July, 1839; died 12 Aug., 
1S78; married 21 July, 1868, Blanche, daughter of 
William Townley, Esq., of Downham Market, Nor- 
folk (she remarried to B. Hubert J. Gardiner, Esq.), 
and had a son and daughter. 

Francis Arthur Townley, bom 7 Oct., 1870, died 

14 Feb., 1872; Zoe Blanche Townley, born 28 
Oct., 1S72. 

[2] Charles Edward, [3] Philip Osgood, and 

[4] Barnard Bland : all died unmarried. 
[5] George Herbert ffoliott, died s.p. Nov., 1883 ; 
married 21 Nov., 1867, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of 
William Townley, Esq., aforesaid, and had a son, 
died young. 
[6] ffoliott, left 2 sons. 
(8b-ja) Edward, died s.p. 8 Feb., 1850, aged 41 ; he 
married 20 Jan., 1835, Harriet Anne, 6th daughter of 
John Cobbold, Esq., of the Holywells, Suffolk ; she 
died 20 Nov., 1864, having remarried 6 May, 1851, 
to Thomas Rose, Esq., of Dollys, near Llandiloes, co. 
Montgomery, who died 7 Sept., 1853, leaving a daugh- 
ter ; she remarried subsequently, 10 May, 1S55, to 
Borlase Hill Adams, Esq., of London, bar.-at-law. 
(96-jn) Mary, died 29 May, 1812. 
(lOb-ja) Priscilla, died 9 Feb., 1855; married II Sept., 
1820, to William Philip Honywood, Esq., of Marks Hall, 
D.L. (see Foster's BnraHcto^f), M.P.Kent 1S18 until his 
death, 22 April, 1831, and had 3 sons and a daughter. 
[1] William Philip (Honywood), of Marks Hall, 
Essex, born 15 Oct., 1823, died s.p. 21 Feb., 1859; 
married 8 April, 1847, Frances Emma, eldest daugh- 
ter of Charles Phelips, Esq., of Briggins Park, Herts. 
[2] Robert, born 6 April, 1825, died 
[3] Walter, born 20 July, 1830, died 
[4] Priscilla, born 3 March, 1829, died 30 Jan., 1858; 
mar. to Rev. Stratford Leigh, who died 26 Aug., 1866. 



[122] 



(llb-ja) Elizabeth, died 12 Nov., 1866, having mar- 
ried 31 March, 1832, to Christopher He wetson Barnes, 
Esq., who died 25 Feb., 1875, having had 8 sons and 
2 daughters. 

[1] Christopher Hewetson (Barnes), col. in the 
army, lieut.-col. R.H.A., born 7 Feb., 1833 ; married 
23 April, 1868, Lucy Caroline, daughter of Alex- 
ander Henry Bartlet, Esq. (by his wife Mary 
Elizabeth Cobbold), and has 2 sons. 

Henry Marshall (Barnes), born 27 June, l86g ; 
Christopher Chevallier, born 18 Dec, 1873. 
[2] Philip Edward (Barnes), born 31 May, 1834; 
died at sea , 1869. 

[3] Charles Gabriel Alfred (Barnes), bom 29 May, 
1835 ; died 5 Maj', 1868. 

[4] Frederick (Barnes), born 29 Aug., 1836 ; died 
17 July, 1871. 

[5] Hanbury (Barnes), in holy orders; married 7 
June, 1883, Alice Marion, only daughter of Thomas 
Drane, Esq., of Torquay. 
[6] William Osgood (Barnes), died young. 
[7] Barnard Quarrington (Barnes), died young. 
[8] Octavius Robert Barclay (Barnes), born 9 July, 
1848. 

[9] Elizabeth Agatha Marianne (Barnes), unmarried. 

[10] Jessie Georgina Priscilla (Barnes), died 19 

Sept., 1873. 

(12i-j>«) Agatha, died 18 Nov., 1867 ; married 17 July, 

1832, to Rev. Charles John Gooch, rector of South 

Cove, Suffolk, and Toppesfield, Essex (2nd son of Sir 

Thomas Sherlock Gooch, Bart.), born 17 July, 1803; 

died 25 June, 1876, having had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Philip Sheriock (Gooch), B.A. Merton Coll., 

Oxon, i860, rector of Benacre with North Hales, etc., 

Suffolk, since 1876, born 14 March, 1839 ; married 

28 June, 1881, Mary Campbell, 3rd daughter of Rev. 

Henry Jodrell, rector of Gisleham, Suffolk (see 

Foster's Baronetage). 

[2] Agatha, married 1st, in April, 1863, to William 
Henry Lawrence, capt. 9th lancers, who died 
May, 1864, having had a daughter, Williamina 
Florence Emily ; she remarried 5 Sept., 1876, to 
Capt. Robert Lawrence, 90th regt. 
[3] Emily, died 15 May, 1855. 
[4a] Richard (Hanbury), born 23 Nov., 1767; died 23 
May, 1768. 

[5a] Sampson (Hanbury), of Poles Hall, Herts, and of 
London, brewer (Truman, Hanbury, Buxton and Co.), 
born 12 March, 1769; died 2 Aug., 1835; married 
17 Nov., 1795, Agatha, daughter of Richard Gurney, Esq., 
of Norwich; she died 25 March, 1847. 
[6a] Anna, died ; married 1st, 12 Feb., 1782, 

to Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq., of Earls Colne, Essex ; 
he died 31 Dec, 1793; she remarried to Edward 
Henning, of Melcombe Regis, Dorset (see page 136). 
[Ta] Rachel (Hanbury) ; died i June, 1825 ; married 
16 Sept., 1799, as 2nd wife, to Richard Gurney, Esq., 
of Keswick, Norfolk; he died 16 July, 1811, having had 
a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Richard Hanbury (Gurney), of Thickthorn, Nor- 
folk, M.P. Norwich in 4 parliaments, 1818, 1820,1830, 
183 1 ; died I Jan., 1854; married Mary, daughter 
of Wm. Jary, Esq., and had a daughter. 

Mary, died 19 Oct., 1872; married 15 June, 1S46, to 
her cousin John Henry Gurney, Esq., of Earlham 
(see vol. iii.). 

(2) Elizabeth (Gurney); died 12 May, 1808; married 
7 Jan., 1807, to John, eldest son of John Gurney, 
Esq., of Earlham, Norfolk; he died s.p. 8 Sept., 1814 
(see vol. iii.). 

(3) Anna (Gurney) ; died , i860. 

[8rt] Mary (Hanbury) ; died 1S29 ; married 25 Sept., 

1797, as 1st wife, to David Lloyd, Esq., of Kenilworth, 
CO. Warwick, and of Halesworth, Suffolk, banker; he 
died 31 Jan., 1859 (see vol. i., page 146). 



♦• TTHG + DElStEnT -J- OB ^^' 



Osgood Hanbury Mackenzie, Esq., 

OF IN VERB WE HOUSE, ROSS-SHIRE. 



FROM THE 



QBIooo Eogal 



Edward I., crowned l9=j=Eleaiior (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 




Of (KnglanD. 



Joan of Acre, d. 10 May, 
1305 (2nd wife). 



Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester and Hereford 
(isthusbd.), d. 7 Dec. 1295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-h. of=T=Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of to parlt. ; declared traitor ; 
Gloucester, m. i May, 1306. hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 

Elizabeth Despencer=i=Sir Maurice Berkeley, sum. 
I to parlt. 1362-68. 

Sir James Berkeley, of Rag-=i=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h. of 
land, knt., d. 13 June, 1409. I Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 
I knt. 

James Berkeley, nephew and=f Isabel (2nd wife), widow of 
heir male of Thomas, Lord I Henry Ferrers, son and 
Berkeley ; he had summons heir of William, 5th Lord 
to parlt. 1421-61, d. Nov. 1 Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
1463. 1 Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 

Norfolk. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd son, =j=Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
d. ,1507. Mead, of Bristol, d. 1517. 

I ' 

James Berkeley, of Thorn-=i=Susan Waddall, widow, nJe 
bury (3rd son). | Veel. 



J' 



Sir Thomas Perrott,=f Mary Berkeley,^SirThomas Johnes 
of Haroldstone, co. I dau. and heir./|v(2nd husband). 
Pembroke (ist hus- =Sir Robert \Vhit- 

band). | ney (3rd husband) 

A, 
continued above. 



A, 

continued from below. 
Sir Thomas Perrott (ist husbd.)=pMary Berkeley. 



Sir John Perrott, of Harold-=Anne (ist wife), dau. ofSir 
stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
Ireland 1583, admiral of the=i=Jaue Pollard (2nd wife), 
fleet, died in the Tower. [ 

Anne Perrott (1st wife)=j=SirJohn Philipps, of Picton 
Castle, Pembroke, bart., d. 
I 27 March, 1629. 



Sampson Lort, of East- 
moor and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke. 



Olive Philipps (5th dau.)= 



Elizabeth Lort (ist wife), m.=j=Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, 
1 1 Nov. 1661, d. 7 Feb. I co. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 
1685. 1637, d. 26th xi. month, 

I 1698. 



Mary (2nd wife), dau. of 
Ambrose Crowley, of Stour- 
bridge, sister of Sir Am- 
brose Crowley, died Ist ix. 
month, 1770, aged 93. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Birming- 
ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, m. 
S X. 169s, d. 3 i. 1724. 



Sarah (ist wife),=f=Sampson Lloyd,=f=RacheI (2nd wife), 
dau. of Richard | of Birmingham, | dau. of Kehemiah 
Parkes, of Oaks- banker, b. 1699, Champion, of Bris- 
well Hall, CO. | d. 1779 (see pp. | tol, m. 1731, d. 
Staff. 1 146, 155). AJ766. 



Osgood Hanbury, of Hol- 
field Grange, Essex, d. II 
Jan. 1784. 



Mary Lloyd, m. 18 Ja 
1757, d. 18 Nov. 1770. 



Osgood Hanbun', of HoI-= 
field Grange, Essex, and 
of London, banker, d. 11 
Feb. 1852. 



lau. Charles Hanbury, of- 

iar- Old Well House, Chel- 

clay, Esq., m. tenham, banker, b. 26 

Aug. 1879, d. Sept. 1766, d. 4 Jan. 

Aug._i8i8. 1825. 



John 



Priscilla, only dau. 
of John Bland, of 
London, banker, m. 17 
March, 1790, d. 



Osgood Han- Robert Han- 
bury, of Hoi- bury, of 
field Grange, Poles, Herts, 
Essex, D.L., d. 20 Jan. 
d. Nov. 1884.= 



Arthur Han- Philip Han- 
bury, vicar bury, of 
of Bures St. Woodlands, 
Mary, Suf- Redhiil.= 
folk, since A 



Pec. 1869. 






u=pThoiiias Fowell Buxton Rachel, m. 

A (1st husband). to Richard 

=Edward Henning, of Gurney.of 

l^Ielcombe Regis (2nd Keswick, 

husband). 



=(|^) .^ 

Macken- 
zie(bart), 
d 2 June, 
1843. 



George Field, Anna, m. 1845 Rachel, m. Mary 

of Ashuriit (as 2nd wife) to Robert H.^nbury 

Park, Kent, to Very Rev. Barclay, (2nd 

J.P., d. 1875. J. Bramston, Esq., of wife), m. 

dean o( Win- Clapham. 25 Oct. 



A 



1836. 



George Hanbury=Lady Georglana Tur- Barclay, Laura, in. 26 — Robt. H. B. Mar- 
""■"'■' ir, dau. of Edward, b. 1835. Jan. 1871. I sham, Esq., metro- 



Osgood Hanbury Mac-=pMinna Amy, dau. of 
kenzie, of Inverewe, 1 SirThomas Edwards- 
Ross-shire, J. P., D.L., Moss, Bart., m. 26 
b. 13 May, 1842. June, 1877. 



Mary Thyra, b. i March, 1879. 



[123] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



OSGOOD HANBURY, of Holfield Grange, 
Essex, and of London, banker, born 15 June, 
1765 ; died 11 Feb., 1852 ; married ig Aug., 1789, 
Susannah Willett, daughter of John Barclay, Esq., 
of Cambridge Heath, Middlesex, and of London, 
banker (see vol. iii.); she died 26 Aug., 1818, 
having had 6 sons and 4 daughters (c). 
[Ic] OSGOOD, of whom presently. 

pc] Robert (Hanbury), of Poles, Herts, J.P., D.L., high 
sheriff 1854, etc., born 2 July, 1798; died 20 Jan., 1SS4; 
married 14 Aug., 1819, his cousin Emily, daughter of 
William Hall, Esq. ; she died 25 Dec, 1847, having had 
5 sons and a daughter (d). 
(Irf-^f) Robert CuUing-Hanbury, J.P., D.L. Middlesex, 
M.P. in 3 parliaments, 1857-67, assumed the addi- 
tional surname of Culling on his second marriage, born 
19 March, 1823; died 29 March, 1867; married 1st, 19 
July, 1849, Caroline, eldest daughter of Abel Smith, 
Esq., M.P., of Woodhall Park, Herts (see B. Car- 
RiNGTON, in Foster's Peerage) ; she died 4 Oct., 1863 ; 
he married 2ndly, i July, 1865, Frances Selina, eldest 
daughter of late Sir Culling Eardley-Eardley (Smith), 
Bart., of Bedwell Park, Herts, and Hadley, Middlesex, 
and had by this second marriage an only son, who died 
in infancy; by his ist wife he had 5 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] Edmund Smith (Hanbury), of Poles, and of 
Bedwell Park, Herts; born 31 Oct., 1850; married 
12 Dec, 1876, Jane Amy Matilda, 2nd daughter of 
William Leslie, Esq., of Warthill, N.B., and has a 
son and 2 daughters, son born 3 Dec, 1883. 
2] Francis W , died 24 Sept., 1863. 

'3] Evan, bom 16 Jan., 1854. 
4] Herbert, bom 1857; died 

5] Anthony A ; bom 4 Jan., 1861. 

6] Emily. 

7] Mabel, married 21 Oct., 1879, to Hon. Hamilton 
James ToUemache, 4th son of Lord Tollemache, of 
Helmingham. 

[8] Caroline, married 26 Jan., 1884, to Matthew 

George, 3rd son of Rev. Matthew Thomas Farrer, 

of Ingleborough, Yorks (see Foster's Yorkshire 

Collection). 

{^d-2c) Charles Addington (Hanbury), of Belmont, 

Herts, J. P., and of Strathgar\'e, Dingwall, Ross-shire, 

D.L., and of London, brewer, J.P. Middlesex ; bom 

24 June, 1S28; married 23 Nov., 1853, Christina 

Isabella, daughter of John Mackenzie, Esq., M.D., 

of the Gairloch family, and has had 4 sons and 4 

daughters. 

[1] Harold Charles, bom 26 Oct., 1854; killed by a 
fall from his horse 10 Nov., 1883. 
[2] John Mackenzie, born i5 March, 1861. 
'" Basil, bom 7 Oct., 1862. 
David, born 8 March, 1864, 
Florence Marj'. 
B] Kythe Agatha, married 10 April, 1877, to 
Horace William, only son of Horatio Kemble, of 
Oakwood, Herts. 
[7] Isabel. 

[8] Mary Frances Lisette. 
{^d-2c) George (Hanbury), of Blythewood, Bucks, 
J.P. ;. born 2 Oct., 1829; married 17 June, 1877, Mary, 
eldest daughter of Capt. John Trotter, of Dyrham 
Park, Herts, and has had 3 sons and 6 daughters. 
[1] Reginald George, born 14 May, 185S; killed 
by a fall from his horse 7 April, 1881. 
[2] Lionel Henry, bom 24 Dec, 1864. 
[3] Robert John, bom 31 Dec, 1867. 
[4] Gertrude Cecilia, married 26 July, 18S3, to 
Hon. Francis Charles Bridgman, major and It.-col. 
Scots guards, second son of Orlando, 3rd earl of 
Bradford. 



l^i 



Edith Mary, married 19 July, 1882, to Capt. 
liam Harcourt Sawyer, 4th King's Ovra (royal 
Lancashire regt.), (see Chapman pedigree, vol. iii.), 



Roland Ernest (Sawyer), born 3 Tune, 1883. 
[6] Mildred. [7] Dora 'VVinifred. 

[8] Nigel. [9] Elsie Rhona. 

{\d-2c) Edgar, of Eastrop Grange, Wilts, J.P., bom 5 
Feb., 1834; married 12 March, 1863, Caroline Frances, 
4th daughter of late Col. Kingscote; she died II Jan., 
1874, and had 2 sons and 6 daughters. 

Bernard Kingscote (Hanbury), bom 28 Jan., 1865 ; 
Caryl Edgar, born 30 Dec, 1873 ; Evelyn, bom 16 
Aug., 1872; Ethel Caroline; Maud Louisa; Cecil 
Georgiana ; Sybil Frances ; Beatrice Sophia. 
(hd-2c) Gurney, late capt. 8th hussars, born 13 March, 
1S35 ; married in Bombay, 10 Aug., 1859, Emma, 
daughter of James Johnstone, Esq., of Drogiore 
Lodge, CO. Monaghan ; she died 24 June, 1865, 
having had a son and 2 daughters. 
(^d-2c] Madeline Emily, married 4 Nov., 1852, to 
Alfred Daniel Chapman, Esq. (see vol. iii.) ; no issue. 
[3c] Henry, bom 30 June, 1798; died unmarried, 20 
Dec, 1859. 

[4c] Sampson, died unmarried, 7 Nov., 1826. 
[5c] Arthur, vicar of Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, since 
1828, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1827, born 18 May, 
1801 ; married 13 Aug., 1829, Jessie, daughter of 
Archibald Scott, Esq., of Pitmain, Lanarkshire, N.B. ; 
she died 14 July, 1864, having had 4 sons and 2 
daughters. 

(1) Arthur, B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1855, curate of 
Bures St. Mary, born 20 Dec, 1830. 

(2) Archibald, born 27 Dec, 1832. 

(3) Walter George, bom 23 Aug., 183J; married 17 
Jan., 1866, Isabella, daughter of late Captain William 
Charles Lempriere, R.H.A. (and his wife Helen, 
daughter of Sir Thos. Reid, Bart.). 

(4) Hubert Henry, M.A. Clare Coll., Camb., 1866, 
curate of St. Paul, Brighton, born 28 Aug., 1839. 

(5) Jessie. 

(6) Mary, married 7 Sept., 1859, to Rev. Philip Gurdon, 
(youngest son of John Gurdon, Esq., of Assington 
Hall, Suffolk). 

[6c] PhiUp, of Woodlands, Redhill, and of London, 
banker, J.P. Surrey and Reigate, bom 30 June, 1802 ; 
dieu 4 July, 1878; married 15 July, 1845, Elizabeth 
Christina Collot, daughter of late Baron Charles CoUot 
d'Escury, sometime of Rotterdam; she died 21 Sept, 
1877, having had 7 sons and a daughter {e). 

(l«-6c) Philip Capel (Hanbury), born 7 May, 1846; 
married 12 Jan., lS8i, Isabel, 4th daughter of late 
Gautier de Ste. CroLx, of Pied du Cotil, Jersey. 
(2e-6c) Frederick Barclay (Hanbury), bom 19 May, 
1847 ; married 4 May, 1875, Edgiva Harcourt Hyde, 
daughter of Hyde Clarke, Esq., and has 3 sons and 2 
daughters. 

Alfred Collot Barclay (Hanbury), born 20 Sept., 

1877; Geoffrey Hyde Barclay, born 5 March, 1879; 

Cuthbert Hereward Barclay, born 7 Oct., 1880 ; 

Philippa Agatha Ursula ; Elfrida Mildred Victoria. 

(3c-6c) Edwin Charles, born 21 June, 1848 ; married 

31 Oct., 1S76, Fanny Martha, daughter of T. Miller 

■Whitehead, Esq., of Glapham, and has a daughter. 

(4c-6c) Theodore d'Escurj-, bom I April, 1850. 

(5f'6c) Ernest Osgood (Hanbury), born 28 March, 

1852 ; married 5 May, 1875, Clara Martha, daughter 

of John Dunstan Whitehead, Esq., of Redhill, and has 

had a son and 4 daughters. 

Philip, born 5 June, 1879; Muriel, bom 25 Jan., 
1876, died 8 March, 18S3 ; Cecile ; Gladys ; Dorothy. 

(6c-6c) Albert George, born 23 Aug., 1853. 

(7e-6c) Alfred Warren, born 3 May, 1855 died 28 

April, 1874. 



[1^4] 



Hanbury, of Holfield Grange, Essex. 



(Sc-dc) Clotilda Agatha, born 17 Aug., 1858; married 
29 Nov., iSSo, to George Strachan, son of F. C. Pawle, 
Esq., J.P., of Northcott, Reigate, and has a son. 
Francis (Pawle), born 20 Nov., 18S2. 
[7<r] Susan (Hanbury), died I Dec, 1S69; married 
(? 12 June, 1833) to George Field, Esq., of Ashurst 
Park, Kent, J.P., high sheriff 1864, J.P. Sussex; he 
died 1875, having had 3 sons and a 

daughter (/). 

(I/-7C) George Hanbury (Field), of Ashurst Park, 
afoj-esaid, J.P., M.A. Univ. Coll., 0,\on, i86l ; born 
I March, 1834; married 2 Oct., 1862, Lad}' Georgiana 
Tumour, daughter of Edward, 4th Earl Winterton, 
and has had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

George Edward (Field), born 4 July, 1864, died 
26 Sept., 1S70; Cuthbert Arthur, born I May, 
1868 ; Mildred Georgiana, died young ; Isabel Susan 
Emily; and a daughter born 16 April, 1879. 
(2/-7C) Barclay (Field), born I April, 1835. 
(3/-7C) Herbert Holland (Field), born 14 Oct., 1842 ; 
died 23 Jan., 1859. 

(if-yc) Laura, married 26 Jan., 1871, to Robert Henry 

Bullock Marsham, a metropolitan magistrate 1879, 

formerly recorder of Maidstone (see Foster's Peerage, 

E. Romney), and has had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

Charles George (Marsham), born 3 Dec, 1S72; 

Robert Anstruther, born 13 Jan., 1875 ; Herbert, 

bom 16 Nov., 1876, died 18 Feb., 1878; Mary 

Evelyn, born 14 Jan., 1874; Leila Janet, bom 

14 April, 1879 ; Ethel Amelia, bom 15 May, 1880, 

died 25 July following. 

[ic] Anna (Hanbury), married 30 Aug., 1845, as 2nd wife 

to Very Rev. John Bramston, dean of Winchester since 

1872, chaplain to bishop of St. Albans, B.A. Oriel Coll., 

Oxon, 1824, M.A. Exeter Coll. 1826, fellow 1825-30, 

B.D. 1872, vicar of Great Baddow 1830-40, of Witham, 

'Essex, 1S40-72, hon. canon Rochester 1863-72, and had a 

daughter. 

Anna RacheL 
[9c] Rachel, married 16 Feb., 1830, to Robert Barclay, 
Esq., of Clapham (see page 158). 

[10c) Mary, manied 25 Oct., 1836, as 2nd wife, to (Sir) 
Francis Mackenzie, (Bart.), of Gairloch (see "Chaos," 
Foster's Baronetage), and he died 2 June, 1 843, leaving 
a son. 

Osgood Hanbury (Mackenzie), of Inverewe House, 
Ross-shire, J.P., D.L., born 13 May, 1842 ; married 
" 26 June, 1877, Minna Amy, daughter of Sir Thomas 
Edwards-Moss, Bart., and has a daughter. 

Mary Thyra (Mackenzie), bom I March, 1879, 



OSGOOD HANBURY, of Holfield Grange, 
Essex, aforesaid, D.L., high sheriff 1858; born 
4j"'y. 1794; died Nov., 1873; married 21 July, 
i8i6, his cousin, Eleanor Willett, daughter of 
William Hall, Esq. ; she died March, 1870, 
having had 4 sons and 4 daughters (^). 
[Ig] Osgood (Hanbury), of Holfield Grange, bom 30 
May, 1826; died 3 May, 18S2 ; married ist, 6 April, 1854, 
Helen Carohne, daughter of 'William H. Newton, Esq., 
of Leamington ; she died 5 April, 1865, having had 

2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) John Osgood, died 23 Sept., 1855. 

(2) Osgood, born 5 April, died May, 1865. 

(3) Adeline Helen, married 26 Feb., 1884, to Capt. 
William Henry Stopford Heron-Maxwell, the royal 
fusiliers (City of London regiment) (see Maxwell, 
in Foster's Baroneiage). 

(4) Constance. (5) Marion Edith. 

Mr. Osgood Hanbury married 2ndly, 16 Oct., 1866, 
Cecilia, only daughter of Rev. Robert Beauchamp ' 
Tower, rector of Moreton, Essex, and had a son. 
(6) OSGOOB BEAUCHAMP HANBUBT, 6rst named 
(seepage 119). 
[2^] Sampson, capt. 31st Staffordshire R. Vols. 1857-61, 
J.P. Worcestershire and Staffordshire, bom 27 Dec, 
1827; married Ist, 10 Aug., 1852, Anna Maria, daughter 
of Robert Barclay, Esq., of Bury Hill, Surrey (see page 
158); she died Dec, 1877, having had 2 sons and 

3 daughters. 

(1) Gerald, bom lo Nov., 1858. 

(2) Henry, born 8 Nov., 1862. 

(3) Lilian Emily. (4) Helen Marguerite. 

(5) Ada Beatrice. 

Capt. (Sampson) Hanbury married 2ndly, 29 April, 
1879, Margaret Isabel, eldest surviving daughter of 
Rev. Edward Mansfield, late vicar of Highnam, co. 
Glouc, and has 2 sons. 

(6) Edward Mansfield, bom 14 Aug., 1880. 

(7) Noel, born 24 Dec,, 1881. 

[3^] William Dodsworth, born 7 Jul}', 1829 ; lost with 

H.M.S. Nerbudda, II June, 1855. 

[4^] John Osgood, born 31 Jan., 1832; died 26 July, 1843. 

[6^J Eleanor Willett, died April, 1875 ; niarried 

1st, 12 May, 1840, to Rev. William Ayling, of Tillington, 

near Tetworth ; re-married , to Rev. 

William Biscoe Tritton. 

[6f ] Susanna. [7^-] Anna Emily. 

[8^] Priscilla Rachel 



[^?5] 



♦• TThg + Descent + ob •♦' 

Henry Fraser Curwen, Esq., 

OF WORKINGTON HALL, CUMBERLAND, 

FROM THE 



IBIooH Eopal 




of Cnglanti. 



Edward I., crowned ig=EIeanor (ist wife), dau, of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
<!■ 7 J"ly> I3°7- Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre (2nd wife), b. 
there 1272, d. lo May, 1305. 



^Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
toSirPiersGaveston.Earlof band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de AudJey, d. 7=j=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, and Earl of Stafford, =fPhilippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

I wick. 

Katherine de Stafford=rSir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 18 
Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=j=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

I ' 

Katherine de la Pole=j=Sii» Miles Stapilton, of 
I Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 
I 1466. 



Joan Stapilton=j=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
husband). 



J 



Ann Huddleston=j=Sir Thomas Curwen, 
conttnued abcrve. 



Sir Christopher Curwen, of=j=Margaret, dau. of Sir Roger 
Workington. I Bellmgham, of Burneshead, 

I m. , 1492. 

Agnes ( 1st wife), dau.=j=Sir Thomas=Florence (2nd wife), 
of Sir Walter Strick- I Curwen, d. wid.ofThos.Forster, 
land, of Sizergh. I '544. of Etherstone. 

Mary ( 1st wife), dau. of=SirHen.Curwen,=i=Jannet Crosby 
SirNicholasFairfax.of | knighted 1570, (2nd wife). 
Gilling and Walton. /t\died 1597. | 

Thomas Curwen, of Sella.=T=Helena, eldest dau. of Saml. 
Park, d. 26 April, 1653. I Sanderson, of Hed ley Hope, 
I ni. 1639, d. 1670. 



Darcy Curwen, of Sella= 
Park, b. 1643, d. 30 July, 
1722. 



=Isabel, dau. of Sir Wilfrid 
Lawson, of Isell, m. 1677, 
d. 1730; 

20 July, 



Eldred Curwen, of Sella=f=Julian Clenmoe, 
Park, M.r., bd. 25 Jan. ( 1759. 
1745-6. I 



Henry Curwen, M.P. Car-=f=Isabella, dau. of William 
lisle and Cumberland, d. 23 I Gale, Esq,, of Whitehaven, 
June, 1778. I buried 15 Dec. 1776. 



Margaret (ist^ohn Christ 
wife), dau. of wen, of Unerigg anc 
John Taubman, Workington, M.P 
of Castletown, Carlisle and Cum- 
Isle of Man, m. berland, d. II Dec, 
1775, d. 1778. A1828. 
See p. 60. 



Cur-=Isabella,younge! 
dau. and co-heir ' 
(2nd wife), m. 
i7S2,d.2iApril, 
1820. 



Henry Curwen, of Work-^pjane, dau. of Edwd. Stanley 
ington Hall, high sheriff I Esq., of Whitehaven, m. 
Cumb. 1833, d.2oOct. i860. | 1804, d. 1853. 



ofWorkinotonHall.J.P., 1 dau.ofEdwd.Ji 

D.L., lieut. 14th light 1 Esq., of Hampton 

dragoons, b. 3 July, 1810, Court, Middlesex, 

^ *- •■ " \ m. 22 Jan. 1833. 



guous, D. 3 J 1 

[ April, 1875. 



Henry Cur-_-Dora, dau. of Catherine (ist_-Wra. Blam 

wen, rector i Genl. Goldie, wife), dau. of | Curwen. oft 

of Working- m. lo March, Rev.R.Knox, Oaks, b. 

ton,b.9Nov. 1835. D.D.,m.i849, Sept. 1816. 



-Jane (2nd wife). Other 

clderdau.ofRev. issue 

Thomas Young, (see pp. 

rector of Gilling, I30ind 

m. 1878. 132). 



Henry Fraser^Mary Anne Beat 

Curwen, of Susan.dau.of (ist 

Col. Johnson, dau. of j 

ofArgenteuil, Hills, Esq, 



C.^ilfred Francis-_Laura N. Other Alexanderjohn^ Margaret, Charles, Julia. _ 



Workington 
Hall.Cumber- 
land, J.P., b. 
19 April, 1834. 



CanadaEast, m. 
m. 30 April, 
1863. 



(2nd bwife), 

■ J. of J. 

[ith.Esq., 

187S. 



GoldieCun 
rector of Duf 
ton, b. 1848, m. 
1877. 



of Wn 
Scott Fulton, 



Alan de Lancy Cur« 
1 July, 1869. 



b. 1876. 



John, b. 1879. 
Esme- Violette. 
Mirabel. 



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CURWEN, HENRY FRASER, of Workington 
Hall, Cumberland, J. P., served with .s6th 
regt. in the Crimea, and in Indian mutiny; 20TH 
IN Descent from Edward I.; born ig April, 
1834; married 30 April, 1863, Mary Anne Susan, 
daughter of late Col. Charles Christopher Johnson, 
of Argenteuil, Canada East, granddaughter of 
late Sir John Johnson, Bart, (see Foster's Baro- 
netage), and of Sir Edward Griffith Colpoys, 
K.C.B., and has 2 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] Edward Darcy, born 26 Aug., 1S64. 

8] Alan de Lancy, bom 21 July, 18C9. 

3] Lucy Mabel. 

4] Ethel Maria. 

6] Henrietta France.s. 
[6] Mary Susan Geraldine. 




The DE.SCENT of 

Henry Fraser Curwen, Esq., 

OF WoRKiNGioN Hall, Cumherland, 

FROM THE Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; born at Westminster, 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos, 1254, created 
Earl of Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, ig Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and e.xer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

JOAN OF ACRE, bom there 1272; died 10 
May, 1305, having married 1st, 2 May, 1290, 

[I 




as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (surnamed " The 
Red "), Earl of Gloucester and Hertford ; he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, I2g9-i306, and had 
issue. Joan of Acre had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

MARGARET DE CLARE, 2nd sister and 
co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford (who fell at Bannock- 
burn, 24 June, 1314, s.p.); she married ist to 
Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall, to whom 
Edward 11. granted the county of Cornwall by 
charter, dated at Dumfries, 6 Aug., 1307, sum- 
moned to parliament 19 Jan. following; beheaded 
without form of trial, 1314, leaving an only 
daughter, who was betrothed to John Moulton. 
Margaret, Countess of Cornwall, married 
2ndly to Hugh de Audley ; he had summons to 
parliament in the lifetime of his father, 1317-21, 
and 1326-36, and was created Earl of Gloucester 
by patent, 16 March, 1337 ; he died without male 
issue in 1347, and the dignity which was to him 
and his heirs appears to have been considered 
e.xtinct ; he left an only child, 

MARGARET DE AUDLEY, died 7 Sept., 
1349, having married to Ralph de Stafford, 
K.G. (son and heir of Edmund de Stafford, a lord 
of parliament), summoned to parliament 14 Jan. 
10 Edward III., 1337, to 25 Nov. 24 Edward III., 
1350, created Earl of the County of Stafford, 5 
March, 135 1, to hold to him and his heirs ; served 
in the wars in Scotland and in Britany, taken 
prisoner at the siege of Nantes, seneschal of 
Aquitaine, 20 Edward III., had a principal com- 
mand at the battle of Cressy, one of the founders 
of the Order of the Garter, lieutenant and captain- 
general of the duchy of Aquitaine; he died 31 
Aug., 1372, having had, with other issue (see also 
Bosanquet, page 23), a son, 

HUGH, 2nd Earl of Stafford, K.G., also served 
in the wars ; died on his return from a 
pilgrimage to the holy sepulchre at Rhodes, 
October, 1386 ; he married Philippa, daughter of 
Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and had, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

2.7] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



KATHERINE DE STAFFORD, married to 
Sir Michael de la Pole (son of the attainted 
Earl of Suifolk), restored to his father's dignities 
1397, but the proceedings of the parliament 11 
Richard II., 1388, having been by the parliament 
of I Henry IV., 1399, affirmed, and the proceedings 
of 21 Richard II., 1397 (which restored him), 
annulled, he again fell under his father' s attainder ; 
the king therefore restored to him a portion of his 
father's lands, and gave to him, and the issue male 
of his body, the title of Earl of Suffolk, by patent, 
15 Nov., 1399; he died in camp before Harfieur, 
18 Sept., 1415, and had, with other issue, a son. 

Sir Thomas de la Pole, who married Ann, 
daughter of Nicholas Cheney, and had an only 
daughter and heir, 

KATHERINE DE LA POLE, married ist to 
Sir Miles Stapilton, of Bedale, co. York, 

Ingham, Norfolk, and Codeford ' Manor, Wilts, 
was a commissioner to look after the beacons of 
Norfolk 1428, knight of the shire 28 Henry VI. ; 
died 30 Sept., 1466, will proved 21 Dec, 1466, 
inquisition post-mortem 6 Edward IV. ; Lady 
Stapilton re-married as 2nd wife to Sir Richard 
Harcourt, ofEUenhall, co. Stafford; by her ist hus- 
band she had 2 daughters, of whom the younger, 

JOAN STAPILTON, married ist to Sir Chris- 
j topher Harcourt, son of Sir Richard Harcourt, 
of Ellenhall, aforesaid; she re-married to Sir John 
Huddleston, of Milium, Cumberland, appointed 
sheriff of that county for life by the Duke of 
Gloucester, 35 Henry VI., knight of the shire 
7 Edward IV., 1467-8, made a knight-banneret in 
Scotland, 24 July, 1482, by the Duke of Gloucester, 
keeper and bailiff of the king's woods and chases 
in Barnoldswick, Yorks, steward of Penrith, and 
warden of the west marches, and had at least 3 
sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard (Huddleston), died in his father's lifetime' 
he married Margaret (Nevill), daughter of the Earl 
of Warwick ; she died 14 Henry VU., leaving a son, 
Richard, who died s.p., and two daughters. 
[2] Sir John, married Joane, daughter of Lord Fitzhugh, 
and died 3 Henry VIII., 1511-12, leaving a son. 

Sir John (Huddleston) (see page 90). 
[3] William, living 17 Henry VII. ; married Isabel, 
daughter and heir of John Nevill, Marquis of Montagu, 
and had issue. 

[4] ANNE, of whom presently. 

[S] Mary, died 20 May, 1525 ; married 23 Edward IV., 
1483, to Sir John Pennington, of Muncaster, who died 28 
June, 1516, leaving an only daughter, Isabel, married to 
Thomas Dykes, of Warthall (see Fenningtoniana, by J. 
Foster). 

ANNE HUDDLESTON, married as ist wife to 
Sir Thomas Curwen, of Workington (son of 
Sir Christopher Curwen, by his ist wife, Anne, 
daughter of Sir John Pennington, see page 132), 
made a knight of the Bath on the marriage of 
Prince Arthur, 17 Nov., 1501, and died 1522, 
having had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 



[1] CHRISTOPHER, of whom presently. 

[2] Giles, possibly identical with Giles of Poulton, co. 

Lane, (see St. George's Visitation, Lancashire, Chetham 

Society, page 28), had a son and 3 daughters. 

[3] Roger. [4] Anthony. 

[5] Elizabeth, married (dispensation 14 Oct., 1491) 

Richard Skelton, of Armathwaite. 

[6] Eleanor, married as 1st wife to Sir James Leyborn, 

of Cunswick, Westmorland, and had issue. 

[7] Lucy, married to Sir John Lowther, high sheriflf 

Cumberland; his will dated 3 Feb., 1552 ; had a son 

and 3 daughters. 

CHRISTOPHER CURWEN, of Workington, 
Cumberland, styled a knight in the Visita- 
tion pedigree 1615, married (dispensation 3 Aug., 
1492) Margaret, daughter of Sir Roger Belling- 
ham, of Burneshead, Westmorland, and had 5 
sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] SIR THOMAS, of whom presently. 

[3] Edmond, of Calder. 

[3J William, parson of Richmond. 

[4] John, married ist, Elizabeth, daughter of William 

Kirkby, of Rockliffe ; and 2ndly, , daughter of 

Rowland Thornton (? Thomborough). 

[5] Robert, married 

[6] Alice (or Isabel), married as Ist wife to Sir John 

Lamplugh, of Dovenby. 

[7] Ellen, married to John Preston. 

[8] Mabel, married to Middleton, of Leighton, 

CO. Lane, (this daughter and her marriage do not 

appear in the Visitation of Yorkshire 1563-4). 

SIR THOMAS CURWEN, of Workington, 
styled a knight in the Visitation pedigree 
1615, died 1544 ; married 1st, Agnes, daughter of 
Sir Walter Strickland, of Sizergh (by his wife 
Catherine, daughter and co-heir of Sir Ralph 
Nevill, of Thornton Bridge, Yorks) ; he married 
2ndly, Florence, widow of Thomas Forster, of 
Etherstone, Northumberland, sister of Thomas, 
Lord Wharton, and had a son, Thomas ; by his ist 
wife. Sir Thomas Curwen had 2 sons and 2 daus. 

[1] SIR HENRY, of whom presently. 

[2] WilUam, married Elizabeth, daughter of Gervase 

Middleton, of Leighton, and had a son. 

Henry Curwen, said to have been bishop of Sodor, 
but his name is not found ; he married , 

daughter of Jackson, of Warton, co. Lane, 

and had a son, 

William Curwen, vicar of Crosby Ravensworth ; 
buried there, S April, 1685, aged 93 ; he married 
, daughter of Thomas Orton, of Cambridge, 
and had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) William, of Helsington, married Isabel, daughter 
of Charles Benson, of Scalthwaiterigg, and was buried 
at Kendal, 25 May, 1697, aged 58. 

(2) Henry. (3 ,Thomas. 

(4) Catherine, married to Thomas Robinson. 

(5) Susan, married to Richard Adams. 
[3] Mabel, married to WilUam Twedy. 
[4] Joan. 

SIR HENRY CURWEN, of Workington Hall, 
knighted at Carlisle by Thomas, Earl of 
Somerset, 28 Aug., 1570, died 1597; married ist, 
Mary, daughter of Sir Nicholas Fairfax, of Gilling 
and Walton, Yorks, andhadason andj daughters. 



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Curwen, of Workington Hall, Ctmiberland. 



[1] Nicholas, wliose male line became extinct on the death 
of his great-grandson, Henry Curwen, 25 May, 1725. 
[2] Jane, married ist to Christopher, eldest son of Sir 
Simon Musgrave, of EdenhnU(she re-mairied to Nicholas 
Whitfield), ancestor of Sir Richard George JMusgrave, of 
Edenhall, Cumberland (see Foster's Baronetage), and of 
Major Musgrave (see page 146). 

[3] Agnes, buried at Heversham, Westmorland, 20 Sept., 
1630 ; married to Sir James Bellingham, of Helsington, 
Westmorland, knighted at Durham 1603 ; buried with his 
wife 14 Oct., 1642; ancestor of Sir William Bellingham, 
created a bart. 19 April, 1796 (see Foster's Baronetage). 
[4] Mabel, buried at Kolton Percy, Yorks, 29 Nov., 
1624; she married to Sir William Fairfax, of Steeton, 
Yorks. 

SIR HENRY CURWEN married 2ndly, Jannet 
Crosby, and had at least a son and 4 daughters. 
[5] THOMAS, of whom presently. 

[6] Elizabeth, married to ' Williamson, of Mill- 

beck Hall, Cumlierland. 

[7] Marie, married to Benson, of the barony of Kendal. 
[8] Margaret, married to Towerson, of Ports- 

mouth, merchant. 

[9] Bridget, died 12 Jan., 16S1, aged 87 ; buried at 
Ponsonby. 

THOMAS CURWEN, of Sella Park, which 
his father purchased for him, died 26 April, 
1653, aged 63 ; he married at Dearham, 3 Feb., 
1639, Helena, eldest daughter of Samuel Sander- 
son, of Hedley Hope; she bom 20 Feb., 1612; 
died 4 Feb., 1670, having had 4 sons and 6 
daughters. 

[1] DAKCY, of whom presently. 
[2] Henry, born 22 Nov., 1642 ; died 8 Aug., 1653. 
[3] Thomas, died at Newcaslle-upon-Tyne, Feb., 16S3, 
aged 37 ; by Milford, his wife, he had a son, 

Robert, aged about 10, 1694. 
[4] Patricias Posthumus,ydied 3 April, 1674 ; buried at 
CockeiTnouth. 

[5] Isabel, bom 22 Nov., 1641 ; died 2? Nov., 1693 ; 
married , 1685, to Edward Stanley, who died 

I Jan., 1715. 

[6] Barbara, married to Thomas Cotton, who died 9 
Oct., 1678. 

[7] Mary, born 10 March, 1649; died in London, 3 
March, 1715 ; married at Dearham, Shrovetide, 1685, to 
Humphrey Musgrave. 
[8] Jane ; [9] Helen ; and [10] Helena ; all died young 

DARCY CURWEN, of Sella Park, born 11 
June, 1643 ; died at St. Albans, 30 July, 
1722; married at Isell, 25 Sept., 1677, Isabel, 
daughter of Sir Wilfrid Lawson, of Isell ; she bom 
g April, 1653 ; buried at Ponsonby, 31 July, 1730, 
having had 7 sons and 10 daughters. 

[1] Wilfrid, born at Isell 5, baptized at Dearham 15 
Aug., 1678 ; buried at St. Bridget's 19 June, 1722. 
[2] Thomas, born 16 .Sept., 1679 ; died same year. 
[3] Henry, of Sella Park, and also of Workington Hall 
(on the death of his kinsman, Henry Curwen, 1725), born 
4 Jan., 1680 ; died 12 July, 1727. 

r*] 

June, 1710. 
[6] Patricius, born 17 Aug., 16SS ; died in East Indies 
on board the ship Boyne, 1702. 
[6] ELDEED, of whom presenllv. 
[7] Thomas, born 19 June, died 25 Oct., 1693. 
[8] Isabel, bom 6 Dec, 1681 ; died 2 March, 1686. 

ri 



[4] Darcy, born 22 June, 1687 ; died at Middlewich, 
6Ju 



9] Jane, born 2 Dec., 1682; living 1726. 
10] Helena, born 20 March, 1683. 
11] Judith, bom 11 May, 16S5 ; died II June, 1686. 
12] Bridget, born 18 May, 1686. 
13] Isabel, bora 13 Oct., 1689 ; died in infancy. 
,14] Frances, born 13 Nov., 1690 ; died 5 Aug. following. 
.15] Dorothy, born 26 Sept., 1695 ; died 27 Feb., 1696. 
Elizabeth, born 6 Jan., 1696. 
Isabel, born 8 June, died 20 Oct., 1698. 

E^LDRED CURWEN, of Sella Park, and 
■' Workington, M.P. Cockermouth 1738-41, 
bom n April, 1692 ; made his will 13 Oct., 1745 ; 
buried at Workington 25 Jan. following; married 
Julian Clenmoe, of Cornwall ; she buried with her 
husband 20 July, 1759, having had 2 sons and 5 
daughters. 

[1] HENEY, of whom presently. 

[2] Eldred, baptized at Workington, 29 Aug., 1736; 

buried there, 12 April, 1738. 

[3] Jane, buried at Dearham, 27 April, 1762 ; married at 

Harrington, 28 Sept., 1745, to John Christian, of Une- 

rigg. Isle of Man (see page 36) ; he born 5 and baptized 

14 Oct., 1719 ; buried at Dearham, 6 Dec, 1757, leaving 

a son. 



John Christian (see page 60). 
[4] I -- ■ - 



Isabella, baptized at Holy Trinity, Whitehaven, I May, 
1727 ; married at Workington, 25 Feb., 1749, to Rev. 
Thomas Addison, rector of Workington. 
[S] Ellena, baptized at Workington, 25 April, 1729; 
married 1st, to Jeremiah Adderlon, of Carlisle, and 
2ndly, to John Grear. 

[6] Frances, baptized at Workington, 5 April, 1732; 
married there, 29 Oct., 1752, to Thomas Pottinger, of 
Mount Pottinger (see vol. iii.). 

[7] Julian, baptized at Workington, 22 June, 1754; 
married to William Dobinson, of Carlisle. 

HENRY CURWEN, of Workington Hall, 
M.P. Carlisle 1761-8, Cumberland 1768-74, 
baptized at Workington, 25 Nov., 1728; died 23 
June, 1778; married Isabella, daughter of William 
Gale, Esq., of Whitehaven ; she buried at Work- 
ington, 15 Dec, 1776, having had 2 daughters. 

[1] Margaret, born at Workington 17, died there, 18 

June, 1 75 1. 

[2] Isabella, bom and baptized at Workington, 2 Oct., 

1765 ; died 21 April, 1820. having married at Edinburgh, 

5 Oct., 1782, as 2nd wife, to John Christian, of Unerigg, 

next named, and had 6 sons and 3 daughters (see next 

page). 

JOHN CHRISTIAN-CURWEN, of Unerigg, 
J and Workington Hall, Cumberland, high 
sheriff 1784, M.P. Carlisle in 8 parliaments, 
1786-1812, 1816-1820, Cumberland 1820-6, 1826-8; 
assumed the surname and arms of Curwen, by 
king's sign-manual, i March, 1790 (3rd son of 
John Christian, see page 60) ; baptized 13 July, 
1756; died II Dec, 1828, having married ist, 
at Kirk Maughold, Isle of Man, 10 Sept., 1775, 
Margaret, daughter of John Taubman, of Castle- 
town, Isle of Man ; she died at Peel Town, i Feb., 
1778, leaving an only son {a). 

[I.7] John Christian (see page 60). 
29] 17 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



John Christian -Curwen married 2ndly, at 
Edinburgh, 5 Oct., 1782, Isabella, daughter and 
sole heir of Henry Cunven, of Workington, Cum- 
berland, M.P. (by his wife, Isabella Gale, see 
preceding page) ; she born 2 Oct., 1765 ; died 21 
April, 1820, having had at least 6 sons and 3 
daughters (a). 

[2«] HENRY, of whom presently. 

[3a] Curwen, born 29, baptized at Dearham, 30 Sept., 
1785 ; buried, at Workington, 5-8 Nov. following. 
[4a] WilHam, rector of Harrington, Cumberland, 1814-22; 
baptized at Workington, 6 Aug., 1789; died 29 April, 
1822 ; married 17 Dec, 1812, Margaret or Matilda, 
daughter of J Ewing, Esq., and niece of Robert 

Ewing, of London ; she died May, 1871, leaving a 
son and daugliter [b). 

{\b-4a) Robert Ewing (Curwen), of London, born , 
; died , having married , 1836, his 

cousin Mary Anne, eldest daughter and co-heir of James 
Ewing, Esq., of , and left an only daughter, 

Margaret Jane, married 5 Jan., 1S70, to Lieut.- 
Gen. Gerald Littlehales Goodlake, V.C, A.D.C. 
to the Queen 1869-74, late Coldstream guards, 
sewed throughout the Crimean war ; s.p. 
{2b-4a) Isabella, married 1st, 11 July, 1833, to Alex- 
ander Ogilby, Esq., of Pellipar, co. Londonderry, and 
2ndly, to Martin ; by her 1st husband she had 

an only daughter. 

Isabella (Ogilby), died 22 April, 1874, having mar- 
ried 26 Aug., 1863, as 3rd wife, to Charles Edmund 
Towry, 3rd Baron Ellenborough (see page 89), and 
had 2 daughters. 

Hon. Gertrude Edith Law; Hon. Emily Jane Law. 
[5a] Edward, of Belle Grange, Windermere; died s.p. 
1 Jan., 1848 ; married Maria Burton, ; she 

flied Oct., 1883, having re-married Hopkins. 

[6a] John, rector of Harrington aforesaid, of Plumbland, 
1S34, born 15 April. 1799; died 24 Feb., 1840; married 
19 May, 1824, Marianne, daughter of William Baldwin, 
Esq. (and his wife, Frances Kearney); she died 31 July, 
1870, having h.id a son and daughter. 

(1) John Christian, born 1828 ; died 1829. 

(2) Frances Isabella, married 16 May, 1849, to Alfred 
Erasmus Dryden, M.A., bar.-at-!aw Middle Temple 
1847, heir-presumptive to his father's baronetcies, and 
has 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

Arthur Dryden, born 12 April, 1852 ; Alfred Cur- 
wen, born 7 March, 1857 ; Clara Elizabeth Emma ; 
Louisa Isabella ; Mary Ethel Lawrence. 

]^a] Isabella, baptized at Dearham 17 April, 1787; died 

at Mortlake 5 June, 1803. 

[8fl] Bridget, baptized at Dearham 22 March, 1788 ; died 
, 1859; married 19 Oct., 1S09, to Charles Walker, 

of Ashford Court, Salop, and of Lincoln's Inn (son of 

Thomas Walker, Esq., accounfant-genl. High Court 

of Chancery), and had, with other issue, 2 sons and a 

daughter. 

(1) John Curwen (Walker), married and left issue, 
now in Australia. 

(2) James, in Australia. 

(3) daughter, married to Albert Robinson, Esq. 

[9a] Christiana Frances, of Uppington, Salop, born 12 
Feb., 1797 ; died unmarried at Shrewsbury , 1834. 

HENRY CURWEN, of Workington Hall, J. P., 
D.L. ; high sheriff 1833 ; born 5 Dec, 1783 ; 
died 20 Oct., i860; married 11 Oct., 1804, his 
cousin Jane, daughter of Edward Stanley, Esq., 
of Whitehaven (see page 58) ; she died 13 April, 
1853, having had 5 sons and 3 daughters {d). 



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[!'/] John Christian, born 22 June, iSoS; died unmarried 

20 Nov., 1842. 

[2,7] EDWAED STANLEY, of whom presently. 

[3rfJ Henry, rector of Workington since 18 — , born 

9 Nov., 1812 ; married. lo March, 1S35, Dora, daughter 

of Genl. Goldie (see vol. iii.), and has had 4 sons and 8 

daughters (<?). 

(le-jd) D'Arcy, lieut. 57th regt., bom 9 April, 1837; 
died before Sebastopol 9 Oct., 1853. 
(2d-S<i) Alexander John Goldie (Curwen), rector of 
Dufton since 1880, born 21 May, 1848 ; married, 5 
June, 1877, Margaret, daughter of Wm. Scott Fulton, 
Esq., and has had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

William Stanley, born 14 July, died 22 Dec, 1879; 
Henry, born 31 May, 1883 ; Dora Goldie, born 28 
May, 1878; Isabella Evelyn, born 7 Feb., 1881. 
(3e-3d) Henry, of Bombay, born 7 May, 1846. 
(ie-Sd) Cecil, of Maidenhead, M.D., born 1 June, 1849. 
{5e-jd) Isabella Goldie, born 19 Feb., 1836. 
(6e-jd) Emily Leigh, born 21 Nov., 1838 ; died 18 
Nov., 1855. 

(Te-j./) Ellen, born 23 Feb., 1840 ; died i July, 1881 ; 
married, 6 July, 1S65, to Thomas Crosthwaite, Esq., 
of Workington, and had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

Darcy Curwen Crosthwaite, born 15 Nov., i86g; 
Henry Curwen, born 30 Sept., 1873 ; Emily Leigh, 
born 23 Oct., 1866; Dora Goldie, born 21 Oct., 
1868, died young; Mabel Stanley, born 29 Sept., 
1871 ; Ellen Dora, born 30 March, 1876. 
(ii-jd) Dora Blamire, born 8 July, 1841 ; married 

, to John Westray, Esq., and has issue. 
(^e-sd) Jane Stanley, born 12 June, 1843. 
(lOi'-jrf) Maria, died young. 
(lle-jd) Mary Dykes, died young. 
(l2i;-j'(/) Edith, born I April. 1852 ; married, , 

1875, to Rev. Thomas William Falcon, of Clifton 
House, Cumberland, rector of Charlton, Oxon, 1862-83, 
M.A. Queen's Coll., Oxon, 1856, fellow and tutor ; he 
died 26 Nov., 1SS3, having had a son and 2 daughters. 
[id] Charles, died unmarried 20 April. 1836. 
[id] William Blamire, of the Oaks, Cumberland, born 
23 Sept., 1816; mairied 1st, 23 March, 1849, Catherine 
Robertson, daughter of Rev. Robert Knox, D.D., minis- 
ter of Lavbert and Dunipace, Stirling ; she died 16 June, 
1864 ; he married 2ndly, 23 July, 1S78, Jane Christian, 
of Thackwood, eldest daughter of Rev. Thomas Young, 
rector of Gilling, Yorkshire (see page 58) ; by his 1st wife 
he had a son and daughter. 

(1) Charles Edward Stanley, born 6 Oct., 1852 ; died 
unmarried 28 Oct., 1874. 

(2) Juha Catherine, born 31 March, 1855. 

[Brf] Isabella, died i3Sept., 1848, having married, II Oct., 
1830, as 1st wife to Rev. John Wordsworth, of Sockbridge, 
Westmorland, M.A.. rector of Brigham and Plumbland, 
Cumberland (eldest son of the poet laureate, and ist 
cousin of the Bishop of Lincoln, see page 21), born 18 
June, 1803 ; died 25 July, 1875, having had 4 sons and a 
daughter (/). 

(l/-6d) Henry Curwen Wordsworth, bom 30 July, 

1834; died in Australia 27 Dec, 1865; married 28 Dec, 

1854, Adelaide, daughter of T. Sudell Troutbeck, of 

Great Crobby. co. Lane, and had 2 sons and adaughter. 

William (Wordsworth), born 24 Aug., 1856, died 8 

March, 1861 ; James, born 10 Oct., died 22 Dec, 

1858;. Violet, born 20 Feb., 1863. 

(Zf-6d) William, principal of Elphinston College, 

Bombay, professor of history and political economy, 

B.A. Balliol, bom 27 Dec, 1835 ; married , 

Mary Reynolds ; s.p. 

(Zf-6d) John, rector of Gosforth since 1878 ; vicar of 
Ennerdale, Cumberland, 1876-8 ; capt. 77th regt., 
retired 1869 ; born 23 July, 1837 ; married, 29 Sept., 
1869, Rose Geraldine, daughter of Rev. Alexander 
Williams, rector of Up Ceme, Dorset, and has 4 sons 
and 2 daughters. 



•!• THe + Dgscght + ob I* 

William Wordsworth, B.A., 

PRINCIPAL OF ELPHINSTONE COLLEGE, BOMB A Y 



OLMooD iaopal 




of (ZBnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=Elcanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre (2nd wife), b.= 
there 1272, d. 10 May, 1305. 



^Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=f=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=i=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=fPhilippa, dau. of Thomas 



Katherine de Stafford=rSir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 18 
Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=j=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 

Katherine de la Pole=f=Sir Miles Stapilton, of 
Bedale, Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 



Joan Stapilton=j=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
' husband). 



y 



Ann Huddleston=j=Sir Thomas Curwen, 
cpniinued above. 



Sir Christopher Curwen, or=pMargaret, dau. of Sir Roger 
Workington. I Bellingham, of Burneshead, 

j m. , 1492. 

Agnes ( 1st wife), dau.=pSir Thomas=Florence (2nd wife), 
of Sir Walter Strick- | Curwen, d. wid.ofThos.Forster, 
land, of Sizergh. 1544- of Etherstone. 

1 

Mary (1st wife), dau. of=SirHen.Curwen,=f=Jannet Crosby 
Sir Nicholas Fairfax,of | knighted 1570, (2nd wife). 
Gilling and Walton. /Kdied 1597. | 

Thomas Curwen, of Sella=f Helena, eldest dau. of Saml. 
Park, d. 26 April, 1653. Sanderson, of Hedley Hope, 

I m. 1639, d. 1670. 



Darcy Curwen, of Sella=f=Isabel, dau. of Sir Wilfrid 
Park, b. 1643, d. 30 July, I Lawson, of Isell, m. 1677, 
1722. I d. 1730. 



Eldred Curwen, of Sella^ 
Park, M.P., bd. 25 Jan. 
1745-6. 



=Julian Clenmoe, b. 20 July, 
1759- 



Henry Curwen, M.P. Car-=f=Isabella, dau. of William 
lisle and Cumberland, d. 23 I Gale, Esq,, of Whitehaven, 
June, 1778. I buried 15 Dec. 1776. 

Margaret (ist=John Christian-Cur-^Isabella.younger 



ife), dau. of 
John Taubm; 
of Castletov 
Isle of Man, 
1775, d. 1778. /,, 

See p. 60. 



wen, of Unerigg and 
Workington, M.P. 
Carlisle and Cum- 
berland, d. II Dec. 



and co-heir 
(2nd wife), m. 
1 782, d.2 1 April, 



Henry Curwen, of Work-=pJane, dau. of Edwd.Stanley, 
ington Hall, high sheriff I Esq., of Whitehaven, m. 
Cumb.i833,d.2oOct. 1S60. | 1804, d. 1853. 



John Chris- 
tian,d.unm. 
1842. 



Edward Stanley Cur- 
wen. of Workington 
Hall.J.P., D.L., It. 
J4th light dragoons, 
t>- 3 July. '810, d. I 
April, 1875.= 

A 



Henry Cur- Charles, Wm.Blamire Isabel Ia( I st=Rev. John Words- Juli 



'en, rector 
ofWorking- 
ton,b.9Nov. 
1812.= 

A 



Curwen, of wife), 

the Oaks, b. Oct. 1830, 

23Sept.iSi6. d. 13 Sept. 



worth, of Sock- 
bridge, Westmor- 1850. 
land, M. A., rector Jane, d. 
of Brigham, etc., unm. 
d. 25 July, 1875. 1873. 



Henry Curwen 

Wordsworth.m. 

1854 Adelaide, 

dau. of T. S. 

Troutbeck, of 

Gt. Crosby, and 27 Dec! 1835, 

d. 1865.=: 

Violet, b. 1S63. 



William Words-=Mary 
worth, B.A., " 
principal of El- 
phinstone Coll., 
"onibay, etc., b. 



John Words-=Rose Geraldine, Charles, of Jane Stanley Words- 



Reynolds, worth, rector 
s.p. of Gosforth, 

formerly capt. 

77th regt., b. 

1837. 



. of Rev. A. Melbourne, worth, m. 1855 toRev. 
Williams, rector b. July, 1839, Bennet S. Kennedy, 
of Upcarne, m. married. of Stapleford Park, 

29 Sept. 1869. CO. Leic.= 

A 



John, b. 1873. Christopher, b. 1S79. Mary. 

Edward, b. 1877. Alexander, b. 1880. Lucy. 

[131] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England.' 



John Stanley Curwen (Wordsworth), born 23 April, 
1873 ; Edward Quillinan, bom 5 Sept., 1877 ; Chris- 
topher William, bom 7 Oct., 1879 ; Alexander Gerald, 
born 28 Oct., 1880 ; Mary, born i March, 1872 ; 
Lucy Henrietta, born 8 Nov., 1882. 
(if-6d) Charles (Wordsworth), of Melbourne, bom 12 
July, 1839 ; married. 

{6f-6d) Jane Stanley, born 7 March, 1833 ; married, 5 
Sept., 1855, to Rev. Bennet Sherard Kennedy, of Staple- 
ford Park, CO. Leic. , chaplain at Pisa and the baths of 
Lucca 1867-71 ; rector of Stainby with Gunby 1871-7; 
vicar of St. Matthew, Guernsey, 1877-8, and has 4 sons 
and 2 daughters. 
[Id} Julia, died unmarried 3 April, 1850. 
\id] Jane Phillipson, died unmarried 10 Aug., 1873. 

EDWARD STANLEY CURWEN, of Wor- 
kington Hall, J. P., D.L., lieut. 14th light 
dragoons, bom 3 July, 1810; died 1 April, 1875 ; 
married 22 Jan., 1833, Frances Margaret, daugh- 
ter of Edward Jesse, Esq., of Hampton Court, 
Middlesex, and had 5 sons and 3 daughters {g). 
[\g\ HENEY FRASEE, first mentioned (see page 127). 
[2?] Alfred Francis, rector of Harrington, Cumberland, 
s:nce 1S62, born 25 Nov., 1835 ; married 1st, 2jan., iSfi2, 
Beatrice Cervinia, daughter of late John Hills, Esq., 
recorder of Rochester, bar.-at-law Inner Temple; she 
died 29 May, 1876, having had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) John Gilbert Orme, born 11 July, 1863 ; died 10 
June, 1864. 

(2) Christopher Cuthbert, born 17 May, 1871. 

(3) Stanley Patricius, born 9 April, 1876. 

(4) Katherine Maude, born 4 Oct., 1864. 

(6) Margaret Fairfax, born 14 Jan., 1866 ; died 3 Dec, 

1S76. 

(6) Ellen Patricia, born 24 March, 1S68. 

Rev. Alfred F. Curwen married 2ndly, 18 June, 
1878. Laura Naomi, eldest daughter of John Smith, Esq., 
of Weyhill, and has a son and 2 daughters. 



(7) John Neville St. George, bom 23 April, 1879. 

(8) Esme Violette, bom 23 May, 1882. 

(9) Mirabel Gertrude Morris, born 2 July, 1883. 

[3^] Eldred Vincent Morris, J. P., born 6 Jan., 1842; 
married 19 July, 1S65, Hebe Emily Maritana, daughter 
and sole heir of Sir Chaloner Ogle, Bart., and has a son 
and daughter. 

(1) Chaloner Frederick Hastings, born 20 July, 1866. 

(2) Edith Margaret Spence, born 24 Aug., 1867. 

[4^] Charles Houstoun, of Haywards, Alameda co., 
U.S.A., born 4 Aug., 1843 ; married 3 Nov., 1873, Laura 
Helena Wallace, daughter of Rev. John George Henry 
Hill, of St. Katharine's, London, M.A. Emanuel Coll., 
Camb., 1856, rector of Quarley, Hants, since 1873, and 
has 2 daughters. 

Clare Hebe, bom 12 Aug., 1875; Trenna, bom 

March, 1S83. 
[5^] Edward Hasell, rector of Plumbland since 1875, 
born 4 June, 1847 ; married 6 July, 1S72, Eleanor Marie 
Louise, daughter of Rev. John George Henry Hill, of St. 
Katharine's, London, aforesaid, and has a son and 
daughter. 

Edward Stanley, bom 21 Jan., 1879. 

Frances Edith Mackenzie, born 2 May, 1875. 
[&g\ Matilda Agnes, died 3 Aug., 1861 ; married 3 Aug., 
1858, to Rev. Perceval Maurice Shipton, LL.B. Magdalen 
Coll., Camb., 1851, rector (since 1S60) and patron of 
Halsham, Yorkshire, rector of Clapton, Somerset, 1855- 
60, and had 2 sons. 

(1) Charies Percy Shipton, born 20 Feb., 1860. 

(2) Francis Eldred, R.N., born 29 April, 1861. 

[7^] Julia Caroline, twin with Matilda, married 3 Aug., 
1857, to Edward Calvert Arneman Haworth, capt. 17th 
lancers (see Yorkshire Pedigrees, ed. Foster), and has z 
sons and 2 daughters. 

Henry Eldred HaWORTH, born 19 Oct., 1865 ; Edward 
Arneman, born 25 April, 1875 ; Winifred Agnes 
Geraldine, bom 31 May, 1871 ; Matilda Hebe, born 
14 Sept., 1864. 
[ig\ Eda Geraldine. 



LINEAGE 

Of Curwen, of Workington. 



GILBERT CURWEN, of Workington, Cumberland, 
the he^d of this knightly family in T403 (for 
of his ancestry see the Transactions of the Cumberland and 
Westmorland Archcsological Society) ; he married ist, Alice, 
daughter of Sir Lowther, and andly, Isabella de 

Derwentwater, widow of Sir Christopher de Moresby ; by 
his ist wife he had at least 3 sons, who aU died of the plague 
in 1403, of whom the eldest, 

William Curwen, married ist, Elyn, daughter and co- 
heir of Sir Robert Bran, and 2ndly, Margaret, daughter of 
Sir John Croft ; he died of the plague 1403 ; by his 2nd wife 

Christopher Curwen ; he married Elizabeth, daughter 
of Sir John Huddleston, of Millom, and died 17 July, 1450, 
buried at Workington ; he had a son. 

Sir Thomas Curwen, styled a knight in the Visitation of 
Cumberland by Norroy K.ing-of-.'\rms, 1615 ; married Ann, 
daughter of Sir Robert Lowther, of Lowther, and died about 
1470, having had 5 sons and 5 daughters. 

1] SIK CIIKISTOPHER, of whom presently. 

2' Gilbert. [3] William. 

'4' Thomas. [5J Ambrose. 

'6] Margaret, married to Thomas Salkeld, of Rosgill. 

7] Elizabeth, married to John, son of Rowland Cleybom. 

8' Ann, married to Thomas Blennerhassett, of Yrdington. 

'9] Janet, married ist, to Sandford ; andly, to 

' Yytherdington (Wyddrington). 
[10] Isabel, married to Christopher Battye. 



IR CHRISTOPHER CURWEN, living 1492, knighted 
in Scotland by the Eari of Northumberiand 20 Edward 
,, 1480-1 : married ist, Ann, daughter of Sir John Pen- 
gton.of Muncaster, and had 6 sons and 4 daughters. 
1] SIR THO.UAS, of whom presently. 
John, parson of Workington, 
William, parson of Distington, 
Robert, of Workington, merchant, 
Edward. [6] George. 

J Elizabeth, married to Nicholas Ridley, of Willimonds- 
cke, Northumberiand, whose son, Christopher, marned 
Miss Heron, and had a son, Nicholas, " the martyr," bishop 
of London. 

[81 Mabel, married to William Sandford, of Askham. 
1 9] Margaret, married to William Curwen, of Camerton. 
[10] Janet, married to John Salkeld, of Pardsey. 
Christopher Curwen married 2ndly, Katherine, widow 
of Thomas Salkeld, daughter and heir of Richard Salkeld, 
of Roysgill, and had a daughter, 

[II] Isabella, married (dispensation 9 July, 1492) to Sir 
John Lamplugh, of Lamplugh. 

eiR THOMAS CURWEN, knight of the Bath on ths 
'^ marriage of Prince Arthur, 17 Nov., 1501 ; marned ist, 
Anne, daughter of Sir John Huddleston, ot Millom, and had 
4 sons and 3 daughters (given at page 12S) ; he marned 
2ndly, Isabel, widow of Henry Chippard, daughter of Sir 
Henry Percy, and had a daughter, 
[8] Jane, married to Sir William Musgrare, 



[ 132] 



The + Descent + oe •♦ 



Charles Percy Shipton, Esq., 



iBloon Kogai 



FROM THE 







Of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=Eleanor (lit n-.le), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre (2nd wife),b.= 
there 1272, d. loMay, 1305. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist= 
lo SirPiers Gaveston, Earl of 
Cornwall. 



^Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295. 



=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=f=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,: 



S.1 



Katherine de Stafford^ 



=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
Beauchamp, Earl of War- 
wick. 

=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 18 
Sept. 1415. 



Sir Thomas de la Pole=j=Ann, dau. of Nicholas Cheney. 



Katherine de la Pole=f Sir Miles Stapilton, pf 
Yorks, d. 30 Sept. 



)fe=fbir Miles 
I Bedale, Yo 
_J 1466. 



Joan Stapilton=j=Sir John Huddleston, of Milium (2nd 
husband). 



:on=ps 

J' 



Ann Huddleston=i=Sir Thomas Curwen, d. 



Sir Christopher Curwen, of=j=Margaret, dau. of Sir Roger' 
Workington. I Bellingham, of Burneshead, 

I m- , 1492. 

Agnes ( 1st wife), dau.=j=Sir Thomas^Florence (2nd wife), 
of Sir Walter Slrick- I Curwen, d. wid.ofThos.Forster, 
land, of Sizergh. | 1544. of Etherstone. 

Mary ( 1st wife), dau. of=SirHen.Curwen,=T=Jannet Crosby 
Sir Nicholas Fairrax,of knighted 1570, (2nd wife). 
Gilling and Walton. died 1597, | 

Thomas Curwen, of Sella=pHelen, eldest dau. of Saml. 
Park, d. 26 April, 1653. I Sanderson, of Hedley Hope, 
I m. 1639, d. 1670. 



Darcy Curwen, of SeHa=j=Isabel, dau. of Sir Wilfrid 
Park, b. 1643, d. 30 July, Lawson, of Isell, m. 1677, 
1722. d. 1730. 



' July. 



Eldred Curwen, of Sella=f Julian Clenmie, 
Park, M.P., b. 25 Jan. I 1759- 
1745-6^ I 

Henry Curwen, M.P. Car-=j=Isabe!la, dau. of William 
lisle and Cumberland, d. 23 I Gale, Esq,, of Whitehaven, 
June, 1778. I buried 15 Dec. 1776. 



Margaret (lst=John Ch- 



wife), dau. of 
John Taubman, 
of Castletown 
Isle of Man, m, 
1775, d. 177S. 



, of Unerigg and 
Workington, M.P. 
Carlisle and Cum- 
berland, d, II Dec. 



Cur-^=IsabelIa.younger 



April, 18 



Henry Curwen, of Work -=j=Jane, dau. of Edwd. Stanley, 
ington Hall, high sheriff I Esq., of Whitehaven, m. 
Cumb.lS33,d.2oOct. lS6o. | 1S04, d. 1853. 



D.L.. lieut. 14th 
dragoons, b. 3 July, 
d. I April, 1875. 



Henry Fraser 
Curwen, of 
Workington 
Hall.Cumber- 
land, J. P., b. 
19 April, 1834. 

A 



-trances iMargaret, iltnry cur-— ^I'ora, aau. ot v^atnerine i,isi^^vviii. uirfimic-— j...it 

dau.ofEdwd. Jesse, wen, rector 1 Genl. Goldie, wife), dau. of | Curwen. of the eldei 

Esq., of Hampton of Working, m. 10 March, Rev.R.Knox, Oaks, b. 23 Tho. 

Court, Middlesex, ton, b. 9 Nov. 1835. D.D.,m.i849, I Sept. 1816. rectt 

m. 22 Jan. 1833. l3i2. A d. 1864. A m- '' 



Voung, (seepp. 

rector of Gilling, I30ind 

878. • 132)- 



Alfred Francis 
Curwen, rector 
of Harrington, 
b.25Nov.t835. 



Chas. Houstoun 
Curwen.ol Hay- 
wards, U.S.A., 
m. 1873 Laura, 
dHu. of Rev. J. 
G.H.Hill. rector 
ofQuarley.= 



Hill.afsd.j 

Edward Stanley, 
1879. 



[^33] 



Matilda Agnes, m. 
:S58toRev.Perce- 
val M. Shipton. 
LL.B., rector and 
patronofHalsham, 



Charles Percy Shipton, 

b. 20 Feb. i860. 
Francis Eldred, R.N., 
b. 29 April, 1861. 



H eL. 



Edward. 
Winifred. 
Matilda. 



♦>• THS DGSCGHT OB •♦ 

LIEUT.-COL. 
SIR THOMAS POWELL BUXTON, BART., M.P., 



IBloon iaopal 




of CnglantJ. 



Aug.=pEleanor (ist wife), dau. of Ferdi- 
17 June, 1239, d- 7 July, • nand III., King of Castile, d. 27 



I Nov, 

T; 



Joan of Acre, d. 10 May, i3o5_;Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Glou- 
(2nd wife). I cesterand Hereford (isthusbd.), 

d. 7 Dec. 1295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir of=pHugh le Despen 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Glou- park. ; declared tr: 
cester, m. i May, 1306. | 29 Nov. 1327. 



James Berkeley, nephew and—Isabel (2nd wife), ;«-idow of Henry 
heir male of Thomas, Lord . Ferrers, son and heir of William, 
Berkeley : he had sum. to park. 5th Lord Ferrers of Groby, dau. 
1421-61, d. Nov. 1463. of Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 



Maurice Berkeley (and son), d.=pl! 



1 Waddall, widow, nit Veel. 



Sir Thomas Perrott, of=pMary Berkeley, -pSir Thomas Johnes (and 

Haroldstone, CO. Pem- 1 dau. and heir, /tshusband). 

broke (ist husbandX ! :=Sir Robert Whitney(3rd 

/t\ husband). 

A, 
coniiyincd above. 



Sir JohrPerrolt,ofHaroldstone,=Anne (ist wife), dau. of Sir 
K.B., lord-deputy Ireland 1583, Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
admiral of the fleet, died in the=Jane Pollard (2nd wife). 



Anne Perrott (ist wife) — Sir John 
1 Castle, P. 



of Picton 
Castle, Pembroke, bart., d. a/ 



Olive Philipps (5th dau.)=pSampson Lort, of Eastmoor and 
I Stackpole, co. Pembroke, 



Elizabeth Lort (ist wife), m. ii=Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, CO. 
Nov. 1661, d. 7 Feb. 1685. [ Montgomery, b. 9 Dec 1637, d. 

26th xi. month, 1698. 



Sampson Lloyd, of Birmingham,=^Mary (andwife), dau. of Ambrose 
b. 26 Feb., 1664, m. 5 x. 1695, d. . Crowley, of Stourbridge, sister 
3 i. 1724. of Sir Ambrose Crowley, died 

I ist ix. month, 1770, aged 93. 



Sarah (rstwife).dau.=^Sampson Lloyd, ofz 
of Richard Parkes, 1 Birmingham, banker, 
of OaksweU Hall, j b. 1699, d. 1779 (see 
CO. Staff. App, 146. 155- 



of Nehemiah Ch: 
pion, of Bristol, 
1731, d. 1766. 



Osgood Hanbury, Charles Hanbury, Sampson Hanbury, Thomas Fowell=pAnn£ 

of Holfield Grange, of Halstead, Essex, of Poles Hall, Buxton(isthusbd.), bury, 

d. II Feb. 1852.= d. 4 Jan. 1825.= Herts, d.s.p.2Aug. d. 31 Dec. 1793- I 12 Fe 

A A 



Poles 
Herts, d.s.p.2Au, 
183s. 



-Edmund Henning, Rachel, m. to 

of MclcombeRegis, Richard Gumey. 

Dorset(2nd hus.)=j= Mary, m.to David 

I Lloyd. 



Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, ol 
Bellfield, Dorset, and Runcton, 
Norfolk, cr. a baronet 30 July, 
1840, M.P. Weymouth 1818-37, d. 
19 Feb. 1845. 

Sir Edward North Bux-^Cathei 
ton, 2nd bart., M.P. I of Samuel Gur 
South Essex 1847-52, 1 ney, Esq. 
East Norfolk 1857-8, b. Ham He 
i6 Sept, 1812. Essex, m. 

Apl., 1836. 



= Hannah, 5th dau. of John 
1 Gumey, of Earlham, 
Norfolk, m. 15 May, 1807, 
d. 20 March, 1872. 



:Wm. Forster, Charles Buxton, of::=Martha, eldest 
of Eradpole, Weymouth, b. 16 Dec. | dau., m. 19 Dec. 



Weymouth, b. 16 Dec. 1 t 
i787,d. 4july, 1817. 



A 



dau. Thos. Fowell Charles Buxton, 



of Foxwarren, 
Surrey, M.P. drew John- 
E. Surrey, etc., ston, Esq., 
d, 10 Aug. 1871. M.P., who 
d.1852.^ 



A 



■A 



Richenda, m. 

Capt. Philip 
Hamond, and 
died 15 June, 
1858.^ 



Right Hon. William Edward 
Forster, P.C, M.P. Bradford 
since 18S1, chief secretary Ireland 
1880-2, b. II July, 1818, m. 15 
Aug. 1850. Jane Mai'tha, eldest 



Sir Thomas Fowell- 
Buxton, 3rd bart., 
M.P. Lynn Regis 
18658. lieut.-col. 
and Tower Ham- 
lets, b. a6 Jan., 
1837. 



LadyVi. 
Noel, d: 



Charles, ist Hall, m. 1861. chairm 

Earl ofGains- Louisa, dau. of School 

borough, m. Jno. G. Hoare, 1862, I 

iajune,i862. Esq., she died of Re 



North Bux- Henry Edmund Charles Louis 

Knighton, Buxton, lieut.- Buxton, b. 1846, 

n of London col. 2nd Norfolk m, 1873, Maria, 

Board, m. R.V., m. 1867, srddau.of Rev. 

nily,yst.dau. Mary R.. dau. J. Lee-Warner, 

and Hon. of Rev. A. Up- of Thorpland 
Hall, Norfolk. 




FrancisWilliamBux- Other 
ton, of London, ban- issue 
ker, M.P. Andover (see 
1880, m, 1872, Hon. p. 
Mary, dau. of John, 
1st Lord LawTence, 
G.C.B., G.C.S.I.= 



140). 



-Edward. 

—Winifred, 

—Violet. 

—Rosalind. 



-Walter 

6 May] 
1875. 
-Norah. 



[134} 



— 'John LawTenc«^ 

Hugh Forster. 

Robert Vere. 

Ruth. 

Madeline. 
—Hilda. 

—Cecil.' 




BUXTON, SIR THOMAS FOWELL (1840 
U.K.); M.P.Lynn Regis 1865-8; lieut.-col. 
2nd Tower Hamlets R.V.; 19TH IN DESCENT FROM 
Edward I. ; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 
in 1858; born 26 Jan., 1837; married 12 June, 

1862, Lady Victoria Noel, youngest daughter of 
Charles, ist earl of Gainsborough, and has 4 
sons and 5 daughters, 
[1] Thomas Fowell Victor, born 5 April, 1865. 

8] Noel Edward, born 9 Jan., 1869. 

3] Charles Roden, bom 27 Nov., 1875. 

4] Harold Jocelyn, born 20 June. iSSo. 

5] Edith Frances, born 30 Aug., 1867. 

6] Mary Catherine, born 29 July, 1870. 

7] Constance Victoria, born 5 June, 1872. 

8] Victoria Alexandrina, born 5 Jan., 1874. 
[9] Mabel Frances Evelyn. 

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant between two mullets in fesse sa. 
Crest — A buck's head gu., attired or, gorged willi a collar of the 
last, therefrom pendant an escutcheon arg., charged with an African's 
head ppr. 

Supporters— De.xter, an African negro wreathed about the head 
and loins with oak ppr. Sinister, a buck gu. attired and unguled or. 
Motto — " Do it with thy might." 




The Descent of 

Lt.-Col. Sir Thos. Fowell Buxton, Bart., 

FROM the Blood Royal of England. 

nWARD L, so named 
ifter Edward the Confes- 
sor; born at Westminster 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos 1254, created 
earl of Chester; .crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and e.xer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife' 




Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

TOAN OF ACRE, born there 1272; died 10 
J ^lay. 1305. having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife, to Gilbert de Clare (surnamed "The 
Red "), earl of Gloucester and Hertford ; he died 
at Monmouth castle, 7 Dec, 1295 ; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 
issue ; Joan of Acre had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

■p LEANOR DE CLARE, sister and co-heir of 
-L-- Gilbert, Earl of Gloucester, who fell at 
Bannockburn, 24 June, 1314, s.p. ; married ist, 

1 May, 1306, to Hugh Despencer, a favourite of 
Edward I. ; summoned to parliament as Hugo?ii 
le Des;pencer, junior i, from 29 July, 8 Edward II., 
1314, to 10 Oct., 19 Edward 11., 1325; hanged 
29 Nov., 1326; declared a traitor by act of par- 
liament, and his honours forfeited, his wife and 
family imprisoned in the Tower; she re-married, 
as 2nd wife, to William la Zouch (younger son of 
Robert, Lord Mortimer, of Richards Castle), had 
summons first as William la Zouche, and after- 
wards as William la Zouch de Mortimer, 1327-37, 
and died 30 June, 1337. By her ist husband she 
had, with other issue (see page 127), a daughter, 

ELIZABETH DESPENCER, married to Sir 
Maurice Berkeley (eldest son of Thomas 
Berkeley, of Beverston Castle, by his wife Margaret, 
daughter of Roger Mortimer, Earl of March) ; he 
had summons to parliament 14 Aug., 36 Edward 
III., 1362, to 24 Feb., 42 Edward III., 1368 ; said 
to have died 8 June, 1367, buried in St. Augustine's 
Abbey, and had, with 2 daughters, 4 sons, of 
whom the 2nd, viz., 

SIR JAMES BERKELEY, of Ragland, Knt., 
governor of Tretour Castle, co. Pembroke, 
1402 ; he married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of 
Sir John Bluet, Knt.; she (re-man-ied to William 
Thomas, Esq.) brought Ragland manor and other 
estates to her ist husband, who died 13 June, 
1409, buried in St. Augustine's Abbey, and had 

2 sons, of whom the elder, 

35] . 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



JAMES BERKELEY, nephew and heir male 
of Thomas Berkeley, summoned 1382-1416, 
succeeded to the castle and lands of Berkeley 
under an entail made by his great-grandfather, 
Thomas, 3rd lord ; he had summons to parliament 
20 Oct., 1421, to 23 May, 1461 ; he died 22 Oct., 
3 Edward IV., 1463, buried in Berkeley church ; 

he married ist, , daughter of Sir Humphrey 

Stafford, of Hoke, Dorset ; she died s.p., and he 
married 2ndly, Isabel, widow of Henry Ferrers (sun 
and heir of William, 5th Lord Ferrers of Groby), 
daughter of Thomas, and cousin and co-heir of 
John Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk; she died 29 
Sept., 1452, buried at the Grey Friars, Glouces- 
ter ; he married 3rdly, Joane, daughter of John 
Talbot, ist earl of Shrewsbury, s.p. (she re-mar- 
ried to Edmund Hungerford) ; by his 2nd wife he 
had, with 3 daughters, 4 sons, of whom 

MAURICE BERKELEY (2nd son), styled 
Maurice Berkeley, Esq., made partition 
with the Earl of Surrey of the Mowbray inherit- 
ance, but was not summoned to parliament ; he 
died 1507, having married Isabel, daughter of 
Sir Philip Mead, of Bristol ; she died 1517, buried 
at the Augustine (Austin) Friars, London, having 
had, with a daughter, 3 sons. 

[1] Sir Maurice, K.B., summoned to parliament 1522; 

married and died s.p. 12 Sept., 1523. 

[2] Sir Thomas, constable of Berkeley castle, died 22 

Jan., 1533 ; ancestor of the Earl of Berkeley. 

[3] James, of Tliornbury, married Susan Weddall, widow, 

nee Veel, and had a daughter. 

Mary Berkeley, heir of her father, married Ist to 
Sir Thomas Perrott, of Haroldstone, co. Pembroke ; 
she re-married to Sir Thomas Johnes, Knt., of Aber- 
marles, Carmarthenshire, by whom she had 4 sons 
and 3 daughters ; she is said to have re-married lastly 
to Sir Robert Whitney ; by her ist husband she had, 
with other issue, a son, viz., 

SIR JOHN PERROTT, of Haroldstone, co. 
Pembroke, K.B., lord-deputy of Ireland 1583, 
Knightofthe Bath at the coronationof EdwardVI., 
P.C. Queen Elizabeth, president of Munster 1572, 
admiral of the fleet at the time of the meditated 
invasion of Ireland by the Spaniards, subsequently 
(1588) tried and condemned for high treason, but 
respited, and died in the Tower ; made his will 
May 3, 1592; he married ist, Anne, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Cheney, K.G., and had a son. Sir 
Thomas ; he married 2ndly, Jane Pollard, and 
had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 145), a 
daughter, 

Anne Perrott, married, as ist wife, to Sir John 
Philipps, of Picton Castle, Pembroke, etc.. Baronet, so 
created 9 Nov., 1621 ; he died 27 March, 1629, having 
had, with numerous issue, a daughter, 

Olive Philipps (5th daughter), married to Sampson 
Lort, of Eastmoor (or East Meare) and Stackpole. co. 
Pembroke, high sheriff 1649 (brother of Sir Roger Lort, 
created a baronet 15 July, 1662), and had a daughter. 



ELIZABETH LORT, bom 2 Nov., 1633, died 
7 Feb., 1685, having married 11 Nov., 1661, 
as ist wife, to Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, co. 
Montgomery,* of Jesus Coll., Oxon, a magistrate 
for yie county, and nominated for the shrievalty 
(son and heir of Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, by 
his wife Elizabeth Stanley, see lineage, page 156); 
bom 9 Dec, 1637; died 26th nth month, 1698; 
he married 2ndly, 8 Feb., 1686, Ann Laurence, 
of Lea, CO. Hereford ; she died s.p. 2 March, 1708 
(inscription states 6th month, 1708). By his 1st 
wife he had, with other issue (see vol. i., page 145), 
a son, 

SAMPSON LLOYD, of Lea, near Leominster, 
and of Birmingham, iron merchant ; born at 
Welshpool, 26 Feb., 1664; died 3, buried 16 xi., 
1724, having married ist, 1685, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Sybil Good, Esq., of ; she died 10 
April, 1692, having had 4 daughters (see vol. i., 
page 146) ; he married 2ndly, 5 x., 1695, Mary, 
daughter of Ambrose Crowley, Esq., aforesaid; 
she bom 15 Sept., 1677; died ist 9th month, 
1770, aged about 93, having had, with other issue 
(see vol. i., page 146), a son, 

QAMPSON LLOYD, of Old Park House, Bir- 
^^ mingham, banker and ironmaster, purchased 
" Owen's Farm " 1743 (son of Sampson Lloyd 
and Mary Crowley, see page 65), bom at Bir- 
mingham 15 v., 1699; died 30 Nov., 1779; he 
married ist, 29 Sept., 1727, Sarah, daughter of 
Richard Parkes, Esq., of Oakswell Hall, co. 
Stafford, and of Birmingham ; she died 16 iii., 
1729, aged 29 [leaving an only son, Sampson, 
father, by Rachel Barnes, of 7 sons and 10 daugh- 
ters (see vol. i., page 146)]; he married 2ndly, 
17 Sept., 1 73 1, Rachel, daughter of Nehemiah 
Champion, of Bristol; she bora 30 March, 1712, 
and died 16 Sept., 1766, having had, with other 
issue (see vol. i., page 156), a daughter, 

MARY LLOYD, born 10 xii., 1736; died 18 
Nov., 1770 ; married 18 Jan., 1757, to 
Osgood Hanbury, Esq., of Holiield Grange, Essex, 
and of London, banker (only son of John Hanbury, 
of Holfield Grange, aforesaid, see subsequent 
volume) ; he bom 15 xii., 1731, and died 11 Jan., 
1784, having had, with 5 sons, 3 daughters, of 
whom the eldest, 

ANNA HANBURY, died ; she 

married ist, 12 Feb., 1782, to Thomas 
Fowell Buxton, of Earl's Colne, Essex, high sheriff 
of that county (son of Isaac Buxton, see lineage, 
page 141), bom i Sept., 1756; died 3 Dec, 1793 
(she re-married to Edward Henning, Esq., of 
Melcombe Regis, Dorset); by her ist husband 
she had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 



* Charles Lloyd joined ihe Society of Friends in 1662 ; he was 
imprisoned (with his wife) in Welshpool gaol for ten years on 
account of his religious principiss. 



C^36] 



^9 Thg DescenT ob •♦ 



Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq., 



151000 Eopal 



OF EASNEYE, HERTS. 

FROM THE 




Of CnglanD. 



Edward I:, crowned 19 Aug.=pEIeanor (ist wife), dau. of Ferdi- 
1274, b. 17 June, 1239, d. 7 July, • nand HI., King of Castile, d. 27 
1307. 1 Nov. 1290. 

Joan of Acre, d. 10 May, isos^^Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Glou- 
(2nd wife). I cesterand Hereford (isthusbd.), 

! d. 7 Dec. 1295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-heir of=pHugh !e Despencer, sum. to 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Glou- parlt. ; declared traitor ; hanged 
cester, m. I May, 1306. 1 29 Nov. 1327. 



Elizabeth Despenc 



Maurice Berkeley, sum. 



; Berkeley, of Ragland,=p:Elizabeth, dau. and coheir of 
3 June, 1409. Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, knt. 



James Berkeley, nephew and — Isabel (2nd wife), widow of Henry 
heir male of Thomas, Lord ■ Ferrers, son and heir of William, 
Berkeley ; he had sum. to parlt. 5th Lord Ferrers of Groby, d; 
1421-61, d. Nov. 1463. " "■ ■' ■ 



Maurice Berkeley (2nd son), d.=7=Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip Mead, 
,1507. I of Bristol, d. 1517. 



ibury=^u 



Sir Thomas Perrott, ofi^Mary Berkeley,=T=Sir Thom 
Haroldstone, co. Pem- 1 dau. and heir. Ahusband), 
broke (ist husband). ! =SirRobei 



coniimud above. 



Waddall, widow, »/cVeeL 
Johnes (2nd 



Sir johnPerrott, ofHaroldstone,:=Anne (ist wife), dau. of Sir 
KB., lord-deputy Ireland 1583. Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
admiral of the fleet, died in the— Jane Pollard (2nd wife). 

'''°""- , —J 



Anne Penott (i 



;wife)_Sii 

I Ca , 
March, 



Sampson Lloyd, of Birmingham, =:pMary(2nd wife), dau. of Ambrose 
b. 26 J'eb., 1664, m. 5 x. 1695, d. , Crowley, of Stourbridge, sister 
3 I- 1724- of Sir Ambrose Crowley, died 

i ist ix. month, 1770, at;ed 93. 



Lloyd, of— Rachel(2 



of Oakswell Hall, 



App, 146, 



- Mary Lloyd, b. 
I 18 Jan. 1757, d. I 



Osgood Hanbury, Charles Hanbury, Sampson H 

of Holfield Grange, of Halstead, Essex, of Poles 

d. ti Feb. 1852.== d. 4 Jan. 1825.= Herts, d.s.p.2Aug. 

A A 1835. 



bury, Thomas Fowell=Anna Han-^Edmund Kenning, Rachel, m. to 

Hall, Buxton(isthusbd.), | bury,_m. ist of MelcombeRegis, Richard Gumey. 

"^ t(2nd hus.)= Mary, m.to David 

' Lloyd. 



Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, of 
Bellfield, Dorset, and Runcton, 
Norfolk, cr. a baronet 30 July, 
1840, M.P. Weymouth 1818-37, d. 
X9 Feb. 1845. 



:Hannah, 5th dau. of John 
Gumey, of Earlham, 
Norfolk, m. 15 May, 1807, 



Anna, m. 8 Oct.=j=Wm. Foister, Charles Buxton, 

i8i6,d.sjune, of Bradpole, Weymouth, b. 16 1 

1855. I Dorset. 1787, d. 4 July, 18 

A 



of::^Martha, eldest 
c. I dau., m. 19 Dec. 
. I 1811. 

A 



Sir Edward North Thos. Fowell—Rachel Jane, Charles Bux Emily Mary, 

Buxton, 2nd ban., Buxton, ofTdau.ofSimuel ton, M.P., b.Tdau. of Sir 

M. P., d. II June, Easneye, Gurncy, Esq., iSNov. 1822, Henry Hol- 

1858.= Herts, b. 29 ofHamHouse, d. lo Aug. land, Bt., m. 

A Aug., 1821. Essex, m. 4 1871. 7 Feb., 1850. 

Feb. .845. 



John Henry Bux- FowcU Arthur, 

ton, of Hunsdon d. unm. 1881. 

Bury, b. 15 Aug., GeoflVey Fowell, 

1849, m. 10 Nov., m. 1878. Mary, 




Alfred Fowell, 
Barclay Fowell, 
Rachel Louisa, 
Elizabeth Ellen, 



Catherine Emily. Bertr 

Margaret Jane, ton, 

m. 1882, to Rev. Sydn 

R. A. Pelly. ton, 



Holton; m. 7 Feb! 1 : 
i.M.P., 1856. d. 1 
^ Aug. 15 June, 
1858. 1 



to Effie 
Robert Bar- Ethel Mary, 
clay, Esq.= 

A 



1882, Constance, 



;,2na 



Eleanor Margaret, CharlesAnnesIeyHa- 

m. 1877, to Cecil mond, of Twyford, 

Wm. Boyle, Esq. Norfolk, b. 1856, m, 

Mary. 1882, Mary, dau. ol 

Richenda, Edward Hardcastle, 

Sybil de Goumay. Esq., of New Lodge, 
Hawkhurst.= 



,.rJ 



['371 



18 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[1] SIR THOMAS FOWELL, created a baronet. 
[2] Charles, of Weymouth, formerly of Fakenham ; born 
i6Dec., 1787; dietUJuly, 181 7, having married 19 Dec, 
1811, Martha, eldest daughter of Edmund Henning, Esq., 
of Melcombe Regis, Dorset ; she died , 

having had a son and daughter. 

(1) Edmund Charles, of Buxton House, Essex ; bom 
2 Sept., 1813 ; died 4 Aug., 1878, having married 3 
Sept., 1834, Charlotte Mary, eldest daughter of Abbot 
Upcher, Esq., of Sheringham, Norfolk (^by Charlotte, 
daughter of Lord Bemers), and had a son and 3 
daughters. 

[1] Edmund Charles, born 24 Jan., 1839 ; married 
18 June, 1873, Gertrude, daughter of Lieut.-Col. 
Sykes ; s.p. 

[2] Anna Mary, [3] Augusta, [4] Catherine Emma, 
all unmarried. 

(2) Anna, d.s.p. 19 July, 1842, having married 15 July, 
1836, as 1st wife, to Joseph Hoare, of London, banker, 
and of Childs Hill, Middlesex (see Foster's Baroiutagc). 

[3] Edward North, bom 22 April, 1791 ; died unmarried 



25 Aug., 181 1. 
[4] ■ 



^l] Anna, died 5 June, 1855, having married 3 Oct., 1816, 

to William Forster, of Bradpole, Dorset ; he died 27 Jan., 

1854, aged 70, leaving an only son, 

Rt. Hon. William Edward Forster, of Burley-in- 
Wharfedale, Yorks, P.C, LL.D., M.P. Bradford sinc& 
1861, under-sec. 1S65-6, vice-president of the council 
1S68-74 ; lord rector of Aberdeen University 1S75 ; 
chief sec. for Ireland 18S0-82 ; born II July, 181S; 
married 15 August, 1850 Jane Martha, eldest daugh- 
ter of late Rev. Thomas Arnold, D.D., head-master of 
Rugby. 

[5] Sarah Maiia, died 18 Aug., 1839. 

SIR THOMAS FOWELL BUXTON, of Bell- 
field, Dorset, and Runton, Norfolk; M.P. 
Weymouth 1818-37 ; created a baronet (for his 
exertions which resulted in the abolition of slavery) 
30 July, 1840 ; born i April, 1786; died 19 Feb., 
1845, having married 13 May, 1807, Hannah (sister 
of Elizabeth Fry), 5th daughter of John Gumey, 
Esq., of Earlham, Norfolk (see vol. iii.); she 
died 20 March, 1872, having had 5 sons and 6 
daughters [a). 

\\d\ Thomas Fowell, died , 1 820. 

[2a] SIB EDWABD NORTH, became 2nd baronet. 

[8a] John Henry, died , 1830. 

[4a] Thomas Fo\^ell, of Easneye, Herts, bora 29 Aug., 

1821 ; married 4 Feb., 1845, Rachel Jane, 5th daughter 

of Samuel Gumey, Esq., of Ham House, Essex (see vol. 

iii.), and had 6 sons and 5 daughters {b). 

(\b-4d) John Henry, of Hunsdon Bury, Herts ; born 15 
Aug., 1849; married f9 Nov., 1S74, Emma Maria, 
daughter of Richard Wilson Pelly, D.L., capt. R.N. 
Trinity House (see Foster's Baronetage'), and has 4 
sons and a daughter. 

Henry Fowell, born 23 Jan., 1876 ; Leonard, born 
10 Oct., 1877; Andrew Richard, born 19 Aug., 
1879 ; Arthur, born 7 Aug., 18S2 ; daughter, born 
4 Dec, 1S83. 
(2*-^a) Fowell Arthur, curate of All Saints', Knights- 
bridge, born 21 Feb., 1S51 ; died unmarried 3 1 July, 1881. 
(3i5-^) Geoffrey Fowell, born 21 June, 1852; married 
3 Sept., 1878, Mary, eldest daughter of Rev. and Hon. 
John Harbord (see B. Suffield in Foster's Peerage), 
and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Geoffrey Charles, born 4 June, 1879; Bernard, born 
21 Oct., 1SS2 ; Joan, born 8 April, 1881. 
(4/5-^a) Alfred Fowell, born 28 March, 1854. 
\hb-4a) Barclay P'owell, born 16 Aug., i860. 
(6*-^) Rachel Louisa. 



(7/'-.^a) Elizabeth Ellen, married 12 Feb., 1868, to 
Robert Barclay, Esq., of High Leigh, Hoddesden, 
Herts, and of London, banker {see vol. iii.), and has 
4 sons and 2 daughters. 

Robert Leatham Barclay, bom 30 March, 1869 ; 
David Buxton, born 25 Dec, 1S76 ; Gurney, born 
9 Feb., 1879; Gilbert, born 21 Feb., 1882; Mary 
Dorothea ; Clemence Rachel. 
{U-4a) Catherine Emily. 

(9/;-^(j) Margaret Jane, married 26 April, 1882, to Rev. 
Richard Arnold Pelly, 2nd son of Capt. Richard Wilson 
Pelly, R.N., aforesaid, and has a son, born 21 Feb., 
1883. 

{\U-4a) Effie Priscilla. 
(nb-4a) Ethel Mary. 
[5(7] Charles, of Foxwarren, Surrey, M.P. Newport, I. W., 
•857-59, Maidstone 1859-65, East Surrey 1865-71 ; 
born 18 Nov., 1822 ; died 10 Aug., 1871, having married 
7 Feb., 1850, Emily Mary, eldest daughter of late Sir 
Henry Holland, Bart., M.D. (see Foster's Baronetage), 
and had 2 sons and 4 daughters (r). 
(Ic-ja) Bertram Henry, of Foxwarren, bom 31 July, 
1852. 

(Zc-sa) Sydney Charles, M.P. Peterborough 1883; 
late member school board, Westminster, 1876-S2 ; 
bom 25 Oct., 1853; married 3 Feb., 18S2, Constance 
Mary, 2nd daughter of Sir John Lubbock, Bart., M.P. 
(see Foster's Baronetage). 

(ic-sa) Eleanor Margaret, married? Feb., 1877, to Cecil 
William, son of Charles John Boyle, Esq. (.'•ee Foster's 
Peerage, E. Cork), and has a son and daughter. 
Hugo Lionel Charles (Boyle), born 23 Nov., 1881. 
Dorothea Cecil, bom 8 Dec, 1879. 
(4f-j(2) Mary Emma. 
{5c-ja) Richenda. 
(jac-ja) Sybil de Gournay. 
[6(z] Priscilla, died 18 June, 1852, having married I Aug., 
1834, to Andrew Johnston, Esq., of Holton Haleswotth, 
Sussex, M.P. Anstruther Easter (now St. Andrews 
burghs) 1831-2, St. Andrews burghs 1833-4, 1835-7 5 he 
died 24 Aug., 1862, having had 2 sons and 4 daughters(fl?). 
{Id-da) Andrew Johnston, J.P. and D.L. Essex, high 
sheriff 1880; M.P. South Essex 1868-74; born 23 May, 
1835 ; married 14 Sept., 1858, Charlotte Ann, eldest 
daughter of Rev. George Trevelyan, rector of Maiden 
(see Foster's Baronetage), and had a daughter. 

Beatrice Priscilla, bora 20 Jan., i860; died 17 April, 
1862. 
(Zd-6a) Fowell Buxton, capt. late 3rd dragoon guards ; 
born 5 Jan., 1839 ; married at Buenos Ayres, 16 Aug., 
1869, Alice, daughter of Adam T, Douglas, of Fray le, 
Muerto, and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Miles, Edward, Ada. 
{Zd-6a) Euphemia, married I Dec, 1859,10 Miles Mac- 
Innes, Esq., of Rickerby House, Carlisle; J.P. Middle- 
sex and Cumberland, and has 5 sons and 3 daughters 
(see page 158). 

(id-6a) Sarah Maria, married 28 Jan., 1S64, to Rev. 
Daniel Frederic Wilson, vicar of Mitcham since 1859, 
M.A. Wadham Coll., Oxon, 1856, and has 2 sons and 
3 daughters. 
Cecil (Wilson), bom 30 Oct., 1864 ; Laurence, born 
20 Dec, 1S65 ; OUve, born 8 June, 1867 ; Rachel 
Helen, born 26 Dec, 1S71 ; Gladys Isabel, bom 3 
June, 1879. 
(5d-6a) Priscilla Hannah, knovm for her work among 
the Bosnian refugees 1875-9, born Nov., 1842. 
(6d-6a) Catherine Isabel, married 7 Sept., 1869, to 
Arthur de Noe Walker, Esq. (see Foster's Baronetage), 
and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 
Bernard Gino Walker, born 18 April, 1S73 '> Pas- 
chal de Noe, bom 28 March, iSSo ; Clare de Noe ; 
Hilda de Noe. 
[7a] Susanna, died , 1811. 

[8a] Rachel, died , 1820. 



[138] 



♦o THS + DBSCEDT + OB •♦ 

Catharine Isabel, wife of Capt. Arthur de Noe Walker, 



FROM THE 



CBloori Eopal 




of CnglanB. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (1st wife), dau. of 
Aug. I274,b. I7june, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, c 
1305 (2nd wife). 



May,=f^Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
I Gloucester and Hereford 
I ( I St husband), d. 7 Dec. 1 295. 



Eleanor, sister and co-h, of=f=Hugh le Despencer, sum. 
Gilbert de Clare, Earl of to park. ; declared traitor ; 
Gloucester,™. I May, 1306. hanged 29 Nov. 1326. 



Elizabeth Despencer=f Sir Maurice Berkeley, ; 
I to parlt. 1 362- 1 368. 



Sir James Berkeley, of Rag-=j=Elizabeth, dau. and co-h. of 
land, knt.,d. 13 June, 1409. Sir John Bluet, of Ragland, 
knt. 



James Berkeley, nephew and=f=Isabel (2nd wife), widow of 
heir male of Thomas, Lord I Henry Ferrers, son and 
Berkeley ; he had sum. to heir of William, 5th Lord 
parlt. 1421-1461, d. Nov. | Ferrers, of Groby, dau. of 
1463. I Thomas Mowbray, Duke of 

I Norfolk. 

=j=Isabel, dau. of Sir Philip 
Mead, of Bristol, d. 1517. 



Maurice Berkeley, 2nd 



James Berkeley, of Thorn-=j=Susan Waddall, widow, : 
bury (3rd son). | Veel. 



iorn-=p3 

J' 



Sir Thomas Perrott,=j=Mary Berkeley,=SirThomasJohnes 



of Haroldstone, 
Pembroke (ist hus- 
band). 



heir. /|\(2nd husband). 
=Sir Robert Whit- 
ney (3rd husband). 



,,- ' conHntted/roin Below. 
Sir Thomas Perrott (ist husbd.)=rMary Berkeley. 



Sir John Perrott, of Harold-=Anne (1st wife), dau. of Sir 
stone, K.B., lord-deputy Thomas Cheney, K.G. 
Ireland 15S3, admiral of the=j=Jane Pollard (2nd wife), 
fleet, died in the Tower. | 



Anne Perrott (ist wife)=f=Sir John Philipps, of Picton 
I Castle, Pembroke, bart., d. 
I 27 March, 1629. 



Olive Philipps (5th dau.)=j=Sampson Lort, of East- 
moor and Stackpole, co. 
Pembroke. 



Elizabeth Lort (1st wife), m.=pCharIes Lloyd, of Dolobran, 
II Nov. i56i, d. 7 Feb. co. Montgomery, b. 9 Dec. 
16S5. 1637, d. 26th xi. month. 



SampsonLloyd, of Birming- 
ham, b. 26 Feb. 1664, m. 
5 X. 1695, d. 3 i. 1724. 



=Mary (2nd wife), dau. of 
Ambrose Crowley, of Stour- 
bridge, sister of Sir Am- 
brose Crowley, died Ist ix. 
month, 1770, aged 93. 



Sarah (1st wile),^Sampson Lloyd,=rRachel (2nd wife). 



dau. of Richard I of Binningha 
Parkes, of Oaks- banker, b. 1699, 
well Hall, CO. | d. 1779 (see pp. 
Staff. A146, 155)- 



dau. of Nehemiah 
Champion, of Bris- 
tol, m. 1731, d. 
1766. 



Mary Lloyd, b. 10 xii. i736,=f=OsgoodIIanbury.ofHolfield 
m.iSJan., 1757, d. iSNov. j Grange, Essex, d. II Jan. 
1770- I 1784- 



alfield Grange, of Halstcad, Essex, 
Feb. 1852.= d. 4 Jan. 1825.= 

A A ■ 



pson Hanbury, Thomas 
Poles Hall, Biixton(i: 
-s, d.s.p.sAug. d. 31 Dec 



Tbury, m. ist 
12 Feb. 1782. 



Han-_Edmuiid Henning 
of UelcombeKe4is 
Dorset(2nd hus.)= 



K.cliard Giirncy. 
M,ary,m.to David 
Lloyd. 



it Thomas Fowell Buxton, of=pHannah, sth dau. of John Anna,m. 3 0ct.=f=\Vm._Forster, Charl( 
Runcton, 1 Gurney, of Earlham, i8i6,d. 5 June, 



Bellfield, Dorset, and 
tfJorfolk, cr. a baronet 30 July, 
1840, M.P. Weymouth 1818-37, d. 
29 Feb. J845. 



1, of==Martha, 
Bradpolel Weymouth. b. 16 Dec. 1 dau., m. 
Dorset. 1787, d. 4 July, 1817. I 1811. 



Sir Edward North Thos. Fowell Charles Buxton, Priscilla Bu.\-== Andrew John 



Buxton, 

M.P., d. II Ju 



Surrey. M.P 
d. 10 Aug. 1871 

A 



^e 



sex, M.P. St. 
Andrews Burghs, 
d. 24 Aug, 1852. 



Right Hon. William Edward 
Forster, P.C, M.P. Bradford 
since 1861, chief secretary- Ireland 



D.L., 
1880, M. 
1868-74, 
1835. 



Johnston, of-^Charlotte Anne, Fowell Buxton John- Euphemia, m. I 

s, Woodford eldest dau. of ston, capt. late 3rd Dec.iSsg, to Miles 

Essex, J. P., Rev. George dragoon guards, m. MacInnes,Esq.,of 

high sheriff Trevelyan, rec- Alice, dau. of A. T. Rickerby House, 

P.S.Essex tor of Maiden. Douglas, Esq.= Carlisle, J.P.= 
b. 23 May, A A 



Priscilla Hannah Cathennelsabel, 
Johnston. m. 7 Sept. i86g, 

to.\rthurdeNoi£ 
Walker, Esq., 
late capt. Madras 
army = 



Bernard Gino de Nod Walker, b. 18 April, 1873. 



Paschel de Nod Walkei 
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28 March, 1880, Claic de Noe. Hilda de No<£_ 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[9a] Louisa, died , 1820. 

[lOfl] Hannah, died , 1820. 

[11<2] Richenda, died 15 June, 185S, having married, 

7 Feb., 1856, as 1st wife, to Capt. Philip Hamond, late 

34th rest., and left a son, 

Charles Annesley (Hamond), of Twyford, Norfolk, 
bom 8 Nov., 1856; married 20 April, 1882, Mary, 
daughter of Edward Hardcastle, Esq., of New Lodge, 
Hawkhurst, Kent (see Hoare pedigree, in Foster's 
Baronetage, and in vol. iii. of this work), and has a son. 
Philip (Hamond), born i May, 1883. 

SIR EDWARD NORTH BUXTON, 2nd 
baronet, M.P. South Essex 1847-52, East 
Norfolk 1857-8; born 16 Sept., 1812 ; died 11 June, 
1858, having married 12 April, 1836, Catherine, 
2nd daughter of Samuel Gurney, Esq., of Hare 
House, Essex (see vol. iii.), and had 7 sons and 5 
daughters (<?). 

[1^] SIK THOMAS FOWEIL, 8rd and present baronet 
(see page 135). 

[2^] Samuel Gurney, of Catton Hall, Norfolk ; born 
I Nov., 1838 ; mariied 3 Sept., 1861, Louisa Catherine, 
and daughter of John Gurney Hoare, Esq., of Hampstead, 
Middlesex (see Foster's Baronetage and vol. iii. of this 
work) ; she died I March, 1879, having had 4 sons and 
5 daughters. 

Edward Gurney, bom 4 Aug., 1865 ; Harry Gurney, 

born 23 June, 1871 ; Bertrand Gurney, bom 6 Sept., 

1876, died I March, 1879 ; Lionel, born ; 

Margaret Caroline, born 25 Aug., 1863 ; Anna Mildred, 

born I Nov., 1S67 ; Isabel Louisa, born 11 Dec. 1869; 

Victoria Catherine Audrey, bom 24 May, 1874; Carolyn 

Gurney, born 18 June, 1S75. 

[3(f] Edward North, of Knighton, Essex, J.P., D.L., 

verderer of Epping Forest, chairaian of the London 

school board since 1881 ; born i Sept., 1840 ; married 

23 Jan., 1862, Emily, youngest daughter of Hon. and Rev. 

Kenelm Digby (see Foster's Peerage), and has 3 sons and 

5 daughters. 

Gerald, born 30 Oct., 1862; Cyril Digby, born 25 June, 
1865 ; Anthony, born 2 Sept., 1881 ; Geraldine, a twin 
with Gerald ; Ella ; Hannah Maude ; Clare Emily ; 
Theresa. 



[4e] John Henry, died young, 25 Nov., 1843. 
[6f] Henry Edmund, J. P., lieut.-col. 2nd Norfolk R.'V. : 
bom 22 Jan., 1844 ; married 16 Oct., 1867, Mary Rosa- 
lind, only daughter of Rev. Abbot Upcher, rector of 
Kirby Cane, Norfolk, and has 4 sons and 3 daughters. 
Abbot Redmond, born 31 Aug., 1868 ; Ronald Henry, 
born 3 Nov., 1874 ; Edward Hugh, bom 27 Sept., 
18S0 ; Knyvet Upcher, born 27 May, 1882 ; Winifred, 
bom 4 Sept., 1869; Violet, bom 27 Nov., 1871 ; 
Rosalind Upcher, born 30 Jan., 1S79. 
[6t'] Charles Louis, late lieut. Norfolk artillery militia, 
born I Feb., 1846; married 3 July, 1873, Maria, 3rd 
daughter of Rev. James Lee-Warner, of Thorpland Hall, 
Norfolk, and has had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

Walter Louis, born 6 May, 1875 ; Maurice Louis, bom 
2 June, 1878. died 2 April, 1882 ; William Louis, bom 
16 Jan., 1S81, died 4 March following; Norah Louis, 
bom 14 April, 1874 ; Amy Louis, born 18 Jan., 1877 ; 
Milicent Louis, born 19 March, 1883. 
[7f] Francis WilHam, of London, banker, M. A Trin. 
Coll., Camb., bar. -at -law Lincoln's Inn 1874, and a 
bencher, M.P. Andover 18S0, born 5 Aug., 1847; 
married 27 Feb., 1872, Hon. Mary Emma Law- 
rence, daughter of John, 1st Lord Lawrence, G.C.B., 
G.C.S.I. (see Foster's Peerage), and has 3 sons and S 
daughters. 
John Lawrence, born i Dec, 1877 ; Hugh Forster, 
born 9 April, 18S2 ; Robert Vere, born 29 April, 1883 ; 
Ruth, bom 17 May, 1874; Madeline, bom 15 July, 
187s; Hilda: Frances Mary, born 10 Oct., 1879; 
Cecil, bom 30 Oct., 1880. 
[8f] Anna Cecilia. [9f] Catherine Elizabeth. 

[10(;] Laura Priscilla, married 30 July, 1873, to Henry 
Francis Pelham, Esq., eldest son of Right Rev. and Hon. 
John Thomas, lord bishop of Norwich (see Foster's 
Peerage, E. Chichester), and has had 3 sons. 

Edward Henry Pelham, born 20 Dec, 1876 ; Arthur 
John, born 4 Dec, 1878. died 11 Aug., 1883; Herbert 
Sidney, born 25 June, 1881. 
[lit'] Sarah Evelyn, married 25 Aug.. 1881, to Richard 
Hanbury Joseph, younger son of late John Henry Gurney, 
of North Repps, Norfolk (see vol. iii. of this work), and 
has a sou. 

Quintin Edward (Gurney), bom 20 Feb., 1883. 
[12«] Rachel Jane. 



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Buxton, of Great Coggeshall, Essex. 



LINEAGE 

OF Buxton of Great Coggeshall, Essex. 



miLLIAM BUXTON, of Great Coggeshall, Essex, 
*' buried there 22 Dec, 1625; will dated 4 Oct., 1625, 
proved at Chelmsford 11 Jan. following ; the will of Ann, 
i proved 20 May, 1646 ; his 

T^HOMAS BUSTON, of Great Coggeshall, aforesaid, 
■*- baptized there 3 July, 1608, and buried there 3 June, 
1646 ; will dated 12 May, 1646, proved 25 March following ; 
by his wife, Susan, he had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
[«] Thomas, baptized at Great Coggeshall, 7 April, 1639. 
buried there 15 June, 1643. 

[3] John, baptized at Great Coggeshall, 6 Aug., 1640. 
[3] Thomas, of Great Coggeshall, aforesaid, baptized there 
19 Oct., 1643: died 16 Oct., 1713, and buried there ; his 
will dated 10 July, 1705, proved at Chelmsford 27 Nov., 
1713 ; by Judith, his wife, he had a son, 

ISAAC, of whom presently. 
[4] Mary, baptized at Great Coggeshall, i3 Jan., 1641 ; 
married to John Grimston. 
[5J Martha, baptized at Great Coggeshall, 4 Sept. , 1645. 

TSAAC BUXTON, of Great Coggeshall, aforesaid ; died 
■'- 26, and buried at Great Coggeshall 30 Dec., 1732, aged 
60 : will dated 19 April, 1732, proved 10 Jan. following ; his 
wife, Elizabeth, died 11, and was buried at Great Coggeshall 

15 Dec, 1713, having had 6 sons and 3 daughters. 

[i] Thomas, of Great Coggeshall, born 6 Aug., 1694 ; died 
5, buried at Great Coggeshall ii Feb., 1777, aged 82 ; will 
dated 9 April, 1773, proved 9 April, 1777 ; he married ist, 

16 July, 1723, MarySmith, of Neyland, Esse.t ; she died s.p. 
IS, buried at Great Coggeshall 18 March, 1731, aged 24 ; 
he married 2ndly, 20 March, 1732, Ann, daughter of Joseph 
Bentley, of Leicester ; she died 21 Aug., 1747, leaving issue ; 
he married 3rdly, 13 July, 1750, Anne, daughter of John 
Goddard, of Great Coggeshall ; she died 5 Sept., 1782, aged 
63, buried at Great Coggeshall loih, leaving issue. 

[2] Isaac, of Great Coggeshall, born 2 May, 1697 ; died 10, 
buried at Great Coggeshall 17 Feb., 1766, s.p. ; married 19 
March, 1722, Anne, daughter of Thomas Porter, of East- 
thorpe, Esse.x ; she buried at Great Coggeshall, 17 July, 1765. 
[3] John, of Great Coggeshall, bom 13 July, 1702 ; died at 
Bristol 22 buried at Great Coggeshall 31 July 1751 ; will 
dated 8 Aug., 1750, proved 6 Sept., 1751 ; he married ist, 
25 June, 1724, Sarah, daughter of Matthew Guyon, of Cog- 
geshall ; she died 7 Feb., 1736, aged 34, buried at Great 
Coggeshall nth, leaving issue ; he married 2ndly, 28 June, 
1739, Mary Solme, widow, daughter of William Leapingwell, 
of Kelvedon, Esse.x ; she died i3 Sept., 1773, will dated 11 
Feb., 1766, proved at Chelmsford, 17 Dec, 1773. 



{41 CHARLES, of whom presently. 
5J William, bom 30 April, 1705. 
«] Samuel, of Great Coggeshall, bom s June, 1711 ; died 
s.p., buried at Great Coggeshall, 16 Sept., 1737, aged 26, 
will dated 17 Feb., 1734, proved 10 Oct., 1737, at Chelmsford. 
[1] Judith, bom 10 J an., 1707, died young. 
18] Elizabeth, born 14 Sept., 1709, died young. 
[9] Judith, twin with Samuel, born 5 June, 1711, buried at 
Great Coggeshall, 22 June following. 

r^HARLES BUXTON, of Braxted, Essex, boras Feb., 
^-^ 1703-4 ; died 12, buried at Great Coggeshall, 20 Sept., 
1777 ; will dated 18 July, 1777, proved 2S Sept. following ; 
he married 29 Feb., 1727-8, Hannah, daughter of George 
Read, citizen and cooper, of London ; she died 23 July, 
i7S9i aged 48, having had 2 sons and s daughters. 
[1] George, of Greenwich, Kent, M.D., F.R.S., sometime 
of Chelmsford, bora 14 Dec, 1730, died s.p. i Jan., 1805 ; 
he married 18 Jan., 1758, Maria, daughter of John Chandler, 
of London ; she died 20 March, 1802. 
[8] ISAAC, of whom presently. 

[3] Hannah, born 2 Dec, 1728, died 8 Jan. following. 
[4] Elizabeth, born 23 Nov., 1732 ; died 30 June, 1793, 
buried at Greenwich ; married 2 June, 1732, to Samuel 
Enderby, of St. Benets, Paul's Wharf, London, who died 19 
Sept. , 1797, aged 77, buried with his mfe. 
[5] Anne; born 5, died 20 Jan., 1734-5. 
[6] Hannah, bom i Dec, 1742, died unmarried 28 Feb., 
1780, aged 37 ; will dated 28 Oct., 1778, proved 23 March, 
1780. 

[J] Mary, bora 16 Feb., 1747-8 ; married 7 May, 1782, to 
William Hood, of BardonPark, co. Leicester, senior bencher 
of the Inner Temple, and father of the bar ; died 7, and 
buried in Bunhill Fields 15 April, 1809, s.p. 
TS.AAC BUXTON, of Bellfield, Dorset, bom 22 Jan., 
1733-4 : died at Leyton, Esse.x, 12, and buried in Bunhill 
Fields 19 Oct., 1782, aged 49; will dated 22 Oct., 1781, 
proved Nov., 1782 ; he married 5 March, 1755, Sarah, 
only child and heir of Thomas Fowell, of Coleman Street, 
London ; she died 3 March, 1814, at Bellfield, having had 2 
sons and a daughter. 

[1] THOMAS FOWELl, named in the text, page 136. 
[!S] Charles, of Coleman Street, bom 5 Sept., 1759 ; died s.p. 
after 1840, having married at Greenwich, i Feb., 1783, his 
cousin, Hannah, daughter of Samuel Enderby, of St. Benets, 
Paul's Wharf. 

[3] Sarah, bom 3 Oct., 1757 ; died 5, buried at East 
Horsley 11 Dec, 1783; married June, 1777, to Charles 
Dumbleton, of Horsley, near Epsom, Surrey. 



[hi] 



♦• THG + DESCEGT + OB •♦ 

Sir Henry Lushington, Bart., 



OF ASPENDEN HALL, HERTS, 

FROM THE 



151005 iRopal 




of CnglaiiD. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist to Sir=Hugh de Audley (2nd husband), 
Piers Gaveston, Earl of Corn- > cr. Earl of Gloucester, d. 1347. 
waU. I 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7 Sept.=pRalph de Stafford, 
1349. I Earl of Stafford, d. 31 



Katherine de Stafford: 



Isabel 



y 



1464, proved 1466. 



Robert Morley, 6th lord, d. 1442.: 



Alianore MorIey=p\Villiani Lovel 



Tparlii 



of Bletsoe, 
continued above. 



r Sir John St. John, 



Grace (ist wife), dau. and heir 
of John Newport, Esq., of Brent 



nthorpe, of Saw-=pJo: 



30 Rlay, 1622, d. 23 Sept. 1625. I Ductiy of Lancaster, 



eldest dau. of Sir John 
, Knt., attorney-general 
■ 628. 



Joan Leventhorp<;=Si 



of Marks=pJoan, dau. of David Edwards, of 
I Oswestry, m. March, 1656. 



o==Henry Lushington, D.D., vicar 
I of Eastbourne, etc., d. 13 JaiL 
I 1799- 



Sir Stephen Lushington. =Hester, dau. of John 
M. P., chairman and director I Boldero, of Aspenden 
H.E.LC.S., cr. a baroaet 26 Hall, Herts, d. 6 
April, 1791. Dec. 1830. 



William Lushington, of Maria, 

Marks Hall, Essex, to Joh. 

JLP. city of London, Esq.= 

d. II Sept. 1823.= A 
A 



m. 1767 Charlotte, m. 1762 Jane, m. 1766 to 

Tilson, to Ralph Leycester, Rev. Thomas At 

of Toft.= tham, LL.D.= 
A A 



Right Hon. Stephen Lushington, P.C, Charles Lushington, 

D.C.L. i8o8, M.P., judge of the admi- M.P., b. 14 April, 

rally court, b. 14 Jan. 1782, d. 19 Jan. 1785, m. twice, and 

26 May, i873.=T= d. s-p. 23 Sept. 1866. 
A 



xxesier,^^ 1 nomas :>opnia, 1 

b. 1773, I Butler, 1800 to ( 

m.1797. of Bury Denzil 

I Lodge, slow.= 

AHants. A 



Eliza Laura (ist^Sir Henry Lush-=EIiza Han- Sir Stephen Lush- Charles, Franklin, col. Frederu:ki=Lady Margaret Louisa, m. 

wife), dau. of ington,3rdbart.of nah (and ington, G.C,B.,lt.- vicar of in the army, 
), dau. gov. of Greenwich Walton, C.B.,ra.i853, 
of Jn. Shel- Ho-ipital, etc., d. m. s.p. Annie Do- 
ley, Esq. 28 May, 1877.== 



ton!^.C.S., late 
a judge at Alla- 
habad, b. 24 Jan. 



Gen. Sir P, 
! — 1 Bainbrigge, 

Geraldine. K.C.B.= 

I I 1 

Louisa Fanny Maria, Laura, m. ir Eleanor Fanny, m. 

m. 10 Oct. 1S49 to Nov. 1850 to 1877 to Henry El- 

Esq.,ofRossie, Reginald Thornton, Lieut.-Gen. liott Chevallier 

CO. Fife, m. 29 Esq.= the Hon. Sir Kitchener, capt. 

Dec. 1849. A Hy. Ramsay, 46th regt,= 

K.C.S.L,C.B. 



Astell L., 


iat^SVm:. 


1826 to 


3.C.S. 


Adml. S 




15th earl of 
Erroll. 


Charles 


.. I Not. 


Burrard, 












.870. • 



holy orders, Violet. 



Arthur Patrick Caroline =Charles H. T. Annette= 

Douglas, lieut. Alison, m. I Crosthwaite, Louisa, ! 

in the army, b. 29 Dec. B.C.S. m. 1873, 

19 Jan. 1861. 1874. d. 1880. 



Henry. 






J I 



Montague, b. x88i. 



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Edith. 




LUSHINGTON, SIR HENRY, of Aspendeii 
Hall, Herts, 3rd baronet, a judge in 
North-west Provinces, B.C.S. 1822-51 ; 22ND 
IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD I. ; born 10 Oct., 
1802; married ist, 26 March, 1825, Eliza Louisa, 
daughter of William Trower, Esq. ; she died 23 
May, 1862, having had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Henry, B.C.S., retired, late a judge at Allahaba » 
Bengal; born 24 Jan., 1S26; married 29 Dec, 1849, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Anstruther Cheape, Esq., of Rossic, 
CO. Fife, and has had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry Cartwright, born 22 April, 1858; died II 
Feb., 1866. 

(2) Arthur Patrick Douglas, lieut. the Cameronians 
(Scottish rifles) ; born 19 Jan., iS6l. 

(3) Caroline Allison, married 29 Dec, 1874, as 2nd 

wife to Charles H T Crosthwaite, B.C.S. , chief 

commissioner of Birmel, Rangoon, and has 2 sons. 

Henry Robert, born 20 Jan., 1876 ; Frederick 
Douglas, born 20 May, 1879. 

(4) Annette Louisa, died Jan., 18S0, having mar- 
ried 5 Sept., 1873, to Donald Mackenzie Smeaton, 
Esq., B.C.S., revenue settlement, sec to chief pom- 
missioner of British Burniah, and had a son and 
daughter 

Arthur Lushington (Smeaton), born Jan., 1880 ; 
Mary Edith. 

(5) Edith Emily. 

[2] Louisa Fanny Maria, married 10 Oct., 1849, to 
Reginald Thornton, Esq., B.C.S., and has 3 sons and a 
daugliter. 

(1) Reginald Douglas Thornton, bom 17 Sept.. 
1852 ; married 15 Sept., iSSi, Emily Eleanor Palmer, 
youngest daughter of late J. Brymer. Esq., of Islington 
House, Dorchester, and has a daughter. 

Mary Benita (Thornton). 

(2) Leslie Melville, bom 9 Aug., 1858. 

(3) Henry Lushington, bom 29 Oct., i860. 

(4) Alice Frances. 

[8] Laura, married II Nov., 1850, to Lieut.-Gen. Hon. 
Sir Henry Ramsay, K.C.S.I., C.B. (E. Dalhousie). 



Sir Henry married 2ndly, 17 June, 1863, Eliz.-i 
Hannah, daughter of John Shelley, Esq., and has 
a daughter. 



[4] Geraldi 





Arms — Or, on a fesse wa\'>* bet\veen three lions' heads erased 
vert, as many ermine spots of the lield. 

Crhst— A lion's head erased vert, charged with three ermine 

-Aspehden Hall, Tjunlingford, Herts. 



The Descent of 

Sir Henry Lushington, Bart., 

FROii the Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD L, so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; born at Westminster, 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos 1254, created 
earl of Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey ; by his 1st wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

JOAN OF ACRE, bom there 1272 ; died 10 
May, 1305, having married ist, 2 May, 1290, 
as 2nd wife to Gilbert de Clare (surnamed "The 
Red "), Earl of Gloucester and Hertford; he died 
at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295; she re-mar- 
ried, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, who had 
summons to parliament as Earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, in right of his wife, 1299-1306, and had 
issue. Joan of Acre had, by her ist husband, 
with other issue, a daughter, 

MARGARET DE CLARE, 2nd sister and 
co.heir of Gilbert: de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford (who fell at Bannock- 
burn, 24 June, 1314, s.p.); she married ist to 
Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall, to whon> 
Edward II. granted the county of Cornwall by 
charter, dated at Dumfries, 6 Aug., 1307, sum- 
moned to pariiament 19 Jan. following ; beheaded 

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The Descendants of the Kings of England. ^_^ 



■without form of trial, 13 14, leaving an only 
daughter, who was betrothed to John Moulton. 
Margaret, Countess of Cornwall, married 2ndly to 
Hugh de Audley ; he had summons to parliament 
in the lifetime of his father, 1317-21, and 1326-36, 
and was created Earl of Gloucester by patent, 
16 March, 1337 ; he died without male issue in 
1347, and the dignity which was to him and his 
heirs appears to have been considered extinct ; 
he left an only child, 

MARGARET DE AUDLEY, died 7 Sept., 
1349, having married to Ralph de Stailord, 
K.G. (son and heir of Edmund de Stafford, a lord 
of parliament), summoned to parliament 14 Jan. 
10 Edward III., 1337, to 25 Nov. 24 Edward III., 
1350, created earl of the county of Stafford, 5 
March, 135 1, to hold to him and his heirs ; served 
in the wars in Scotland and in Britany, taken 
prisoner at the siege of Nantes, seneschal of 
Aquitaine 20 Edward III., had a principal com- 
mand at the battle of Cressy, one of the founders 
of the Order of the Garter, lieutenant and captain- 
general of the duchy of Aquitaine; he died 31 
Aug., 1372, having had, with other issue (see also 
BOSANQUET, page 23), a son, 

HUGH DE STAFFORD, K.G., 2nd Eari of 
Stafford and 3rd baron, was in the retinue 
of the Black Prince in the French wars ; made 
his will 6 April, 1385 ; died at Rhodes, on his 
return from a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, October, 
1386 ; married Philippa, daughter of Thomas 
Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

KATHERINE STAFFORD, married to Sir 
Michael de la Pole (son of Michael, attainted 
Earl of Suffolk); on the accession of Henry IV. 
he was restored to the lands and earldom of his 
father; he fell at the siege of Harfleur, 18 Sept., 
1415 (on Wednesday next after the feast of the 
Holy Cross), made his will on the preceding i July ; 
he had, with other issue, a daughter, 

TSABEL DE LA POLE; her will dated 1464, 
-L proved 1466 ; married to Thomas Morley, 5th 
Baron Morley, heir of his grandfather, had sum- 
mons to parliament 15 July, 1427, to 5 July, 1435, 
in which year he died, leaving, with 2 daughters, 
an only son, 

•pOBERT MORLEY, 6th baron; had sum- 
■*-^ mons to parliament, 3 Dec, 1441 ; married 
Elizabeth de Roos, daughter of William, Lord 
Roos, and died 1442, leaving an only daughter, 

ALIANORE MORLEY, aged 23 in 1442; 
married to William Lovel (2nd son of 
William, Lord Lovel, of Tichmersh); had summons 
to parliament in right of his wife 10 Aug., 1469, 
to IS Oct. 10 Edward IV., 1471, as " Willielmus 

[I 



Lovel de Morley Chl'r"; he died 1476, having 
had, with an only son, Henry, died s.p., an only 
daughter, 

ALICE LOVEL, sole heir of her brother Henry, 
Lord Morley, died 25 Dec, 1518, buried at 
Hingham, Norfolk ; married ist to Sir William 
Parker, standard-bearer to Richard III., and of 
his council ; she re-married to Sir Edward Howard, 
K.G., 1513 (brother of Thomas, 3rd Duke of 
Norfolk, K.G.), king's standard-bearer, lord high 
admiral of the fleets ; lost his life in action off 
Brest, 25 April, 1513-14, s.p. Sir William Parker 
had a son, 

SIR HENRY PARKER, of London, knight; 
summoned to parliament as " Henrico Parker 
de Morley Chl'r " from 15 April 14 Henry VIII., 
1523, to 28 Oct. 2 & 3 Philip & Mary, 1555 ; 
married Alice, daughter of Sir John St. John, of 
Bletsoe, Beds, and died 1555, having had an only 

SIR HENRY PARKER, knight of the Bath at 
the coronation of Queen Anne Boleyn, Whit- 
Sunday, 1533 ; married ist, Grace, daughter and 
heir of John Newport, Esq., of Brent Pelham, 
Herts; 2ndly, Elizabeth, daughtei: and heir of Sir 
Philip Calthorpe, knight, of Erwarton, Suffolk, and 
had issue; he died , 1552, leaving by 

his ist wife, with 2 daughters, an only son, 

HENRY PARKER, Lord Moriey, summoned 
to parliament from 20 Jan., 1558, to 8 May, 
1572 ; married Elizabeth, daughter of Edward 
Stanley, Earl of Derby, and had a son and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Edward, Lord Morley, father of William, Lord 
Morley and Monteagle. 

[2] Alice, married, as ist wife, to Sir Thomas Barring- 
ton, Knt., of Barrington Hall, Essex, and had an only 
daughter. 

[3] Mary, died August, 1 566; married to Sir Edward 
Leventhorpe, Knt., of Shingey Hall, Herts, knight of 
the shire ; he died at Rome, 8 Oct., 1566, having had, 
with other issue, a son, 

SIR JOHN LEVENTHORPE, of Sawbridge- 
worth, Herts, sheriff 1607, knight of the 
shire, knighted 1603, created a baronet 30 May, 
1622, died 23 Sept., 1625, aged 65 ; married Joan, 
eldest daughter of Sir John Brograve, Knt., of 
Hamells, attorney-general of the duchy of Lan- 
caster; she died 1628, leaving, with other issue, 
an eldest daughter, 

JOAN LEVENTHORPE, married to Sir Edward 
Altham, of Mark Hall, knighted by James I. 
at Royston, Herts, 21 May, 1613 (brother and heir 
of Sir James Altham, sons of Edward Ahham, of 
Mark Hall); he died 28 May, 1632, buried in 
Latton Church, Essex (monument), having had, 
I with 2 daughters, 2 sons. 

44] 



<»• Ths + Descent + ob •♦ 



Maj'. Christopher Edward Musgrave, 

OF 2 5, QUEEN'S GATE GARDENS, LATE RIFLE BRIGADE, 



FROM THE 



151000 Eopal 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1 272,=f=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I J295- 



1. lst=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
Earl band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
I ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Clare 
to Sir Piers Gavest 
of Cornwall. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=f=Ralph de Stafford, K.G 



Sept. 1349. 



;arl of Stafford, d. 31 
Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=i=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

I wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=f=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk, 1399, d. 18 
J Sept. 1415. 



Isabel de la Pole, will dated=j=Thomas Morley, 5th Baron 
1464, proved 1466. | Morley, d. 1435. 

Robert Morley, 6th lord, d.=T=Elizabeth de Roos, dau. of 
1442. William, Lord Roos. 

Alianore Morley=f=William Lovel, summoned 
I to parliament, d. 1476. 



Alice Lovel, sole heir of her=j=Sir William Parker (ist 
brother Heniy, Lord Mor- husband), standard bearer 
ley, died 25 Dec. 1518. | to Richard IIL 



Sir Henry Parker, of Lon-=T=Alice, dau. of Sir John St. 
don, Knt., had summons to | John, of Bletsoe, Leds. 
parlt., d. 1555. /K 



ntimted abtroc 



A, 

contimted front hcUnv. 
Sir Henry Parker=i=Alice St. John. 



Sir Henry Parker, Knt. of=j=Grace (1st wife), dau. and 
the Bath 1533, d. 1552. heir of John Newport, Esq., 

Herts. 



if=T=Grace (1st wife), 
heir of John Newp 
of Brent Pelham, 



Henry Parker, Lord Morley ,=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Edward 
had summons to parlt. 155S- I Stanley, Earl of Derby. 
1572. I 



=Sir Edward Leventhorpe, 
Knt., died at Rome, S Oct. 
1566. 



Mary Parker, d. Aug. 1566.' 



Sir John Leventhorpe, of 
Sawbridgeworth, Herts, cr. 
a baronet 30 May, 1622, d. 
23 Sept. 1625. 



=Joan, eldest dau. of Sir John 
Brograve, Knt., attrny.-gen. 
Duchy of Lancaster, d. 
1628. 



e=i=Sir 

I Mar 



Altham, of 
!8 May, 1632. 



Leventhorpe Altham, of=j=Joan, dau. of David Ed- 
Marks Hall, d. 24 Aug. wards, of Oswestry, m. 
16S1. I March, 1656. 



James Altham, of Marks= 
Hall, d. 28 Dec. 1697, aged 
35- 



■Mary, dau. of Admiral John 
Tinker, d. 2 Feb. 1731. 



MVry Altham, elder dau., m.=j=Roger Altham, D.D., arch- 
31 May, 1705, d. Nov. deacon of Middx., d. 27 
1752. Feb. 1730, aged 72. 



Mary Altham (1st wife), m.=i=Henry Lushington, D.D., 
10 May, 1737, d. 24 July, I vicar of Eastbourne, etc., 
1775. d. 13 Jan. 1799. 



Stephen Lushington, William Lushing-=f=Paulina, only child 
.11, ■-■ -^ - 



M.P., chairman and 
H.E.LC.S., cr. a baronet 26 
April, I79i.=f= 

/k 



ton. of Marks Ha 
Essex, M.P. city of 
London, d. 1 1 Sept, 
1S23. 



Maria, m. 
f Thomas French, 1767 to 
Esq., of Calcutta, JohnTilson, 
m. 1 769, d. 23 Feb. Esq.=f= 
1807. A 



Charlotte, m. Jane, m. 1766 to 

1 762 to Ralph Rev.Thomas Al- 

Leycester, of tham, LL.D.=i= 
Toft.^ A 



William Lushington,=j= , dau. 

of Camden Place, of Genl. Charles 
Chislehurst. Morgan,m.i747. 



Charles, 
d. 1796. 



),=George Black- Georgina, m.=j=JohnWheatley, 

.29 July, shaw, ofLou- J3 July, 1799. Esq. 
don. 



Mary Elizabeth Lushing 
ton, m. 4 Aug. 1832. 



=John William Gage, d. 
s.p. to Jan. 1849. 



Mary=f=Christopher Musgrave, Col.Wheatley, 
Lushington, m. 9 I capt. 14th dragoons, d. Scots guards, died 
' • " I 1878. 



Charlotte 
Lusl 

July, 



Christopher Edward Musgrave, major Rifle Brigade, retd. 1872. 
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19 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[1] Sir James (Altham), of Maik Hall, fined ;^500 by 
the parliament, knight of the Bath at the coronation of 
Charles II., 23 April, 1661 ; line extinct. 
[2] Leventhorpe (Altham), of Mark Hall, died 24 Aug., 
1681, aged 69, buried in Latton Church; married 
March, 1656, Joane, daughter of David Edwards, of 
Oswestry, Salop ; she died 15 Oct., 1691, aged 56, leaving 
a son, 

JAMES ALTHAM, of Mark Hall, died 28 Dec, 
1697, aged 35 ; married Mary, daughter of 
Admiral John Tinker, master attendant at Dept- 
ford (commanded the Co'jerti7ie in 1662); she 
died 2 Feb., 1731, leaving, with other issue, a 
daughter, 

MARY ALTHAM (elder daughter), died 
Nov., 1752; married at Latton, 31 May, 
1705, to Ven. Roger Altham, D.D., archdeacon 
of Middlesex, prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, 
vicar of Latton, and rector of St. Botolph, Bishops- 
gate ; he died 27 Feb., 1730, aged 72, leaving, with 
an only son, an only daughter, viz., 

MARY ALTHAM, died 24 July, 1775, having 
married 10 May, 1737, as ist wife to 
Henry Lushington, vicar of Eastbourne, Sussex, 
B.A. Wadham Coll., 1729, M.A. 1732, B. and 
D.D. 1765 (son of Stephen Lushington, see page 
149); baptized 26 Feb., 1709; died 13 Jan., 
1799, having had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Henry, born at Eastbourne, lo Aug., baptized there 
9 Sept., 1738: one of the survivors of the black hole of 
Calcutta, 20 June, 1756 ; taken prisoner at Patna and 
murdered by sepoys 5 Oct., 1763. 
[2J SIR STEPHEN, created a baronet. 
[3] Matthew, born at Eastbourne 15 Nov., baptized 12 
Dec, 1740; died at the Charter House, 24 Dec, 1754. 
[4] William, of Marks Hall, Essex, M.P. city of London 
1795-1802, V.P. arty, company, treasurer of the city of 
London, etc; born 18 Jan., 1746-7; died II Sept., 
1823, having married 28 March, 1769, Paulina, only 
child and heir of Thomas French, of Calcutta ; she died 
23 Feb., 1807, having had at least 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

(1) William, of Camden Place, Chislehurst, married 9 
March, 1797, , daughter of Genl. Charles 
Morgan, of Bengal army, and had 2 daughters. 

[1] Mary Elizabeth, married 4 Aug., 1832, to John 
William Gage, nephew of Henry, 3rd Viscount Gage ; 
he died s.p., 10 Jan., 1849. 

[2] Charlotte Mary, died ; married 

9 July, 1832, to Christopher Musgrave, capt. 14th 
dragoons {see Foster's Baronetage) ; he died , 

1878, having had, with other issue, a son, 

(1) Christopher Edward (Musgrave), major rifle 
brigade, retired 1S72 ; sen'ed at the siege of 
Sebastopol 1S55 (medal with clasp and Turkish 
medal). 

(2) Charles, capt. 63rd foot ; died 1796. 

(3) , daughter, married 29 July, 1790, to George 

Blackshaw, of London 



(4) Georgiana, married 13 July, 1799, to John, 2nd 

y, of Le 
with other issue, a son. 



son of William Wheatley, of Lesney Abbey, Kent, had. 



Col. Wheatley, late Scots guards. 
[5] Maria, born 29 March, 1742, baptized 3t Eastbourne 
10 May following ; married 10 Nov., I767, to John Tilson, 
Esq., of Watlington Park, Oxon, and had, with other 
issue, a daughter. 



[l 



Maria Chowne TiLSON (only daughter), who mar- 
ried as ist wife to William Marsh, D.D., canon of 
Worcester, rector of Beddington, Surrey (son of Col. 
Sir Charles Marsh, of Marsh Place, near Reading), 
and had, with other issue, a son and heir. 

William Nathaniel Tilson-Marsh- Lushington Tilson, 
of Brickendonbury, Herts, and of Stretham, Cam- 
bridge; M.A. Oriel Coll., Oxon, 1841, vicar of 
Dunston, co. Lincoln, 1S46-57, patron and incumbent 
of St. Lemans 1857-64 ; only son, bom , 

1815, died 12 Jan., 1881 ; maiTied 10 Ap'ril, 1850, 
Rose Catherine, daughter of late George Gould 
Morgan, M.P., brother of Lord Tredegar (see Foster's 
Peerage), and had a daughter, 

Rosamond Georgina Maria Louisa, bom Sept., 
1851, died April, 1863. 
[6] Charlotte, bom 9 July, 1745 ; married 21 Nov., 1762, 
to Ralph Leycester, Esq., of Toft, Cheshire, and had 
issue. 

[7] Jane, born 14 Dec, 1739; married II Feb., 1766, to 
Rev. Thomas Altham, LL.D., vicar of Latio.i; she died 
1 789, leaving a son and daughter, 

(1) Thomas (Altham). 

(2) Mary, married , 1791, to Sir John Roger 
Palmer, of Castle Lacken, co. Mayo, 2nd baronet, who 
died s.p., 6 Feb., 1819. 

SIR STEPHEN LUSHINGTON, of South 
Hill Park, Berks; M.P. Hedon 1783-4, 
Helston 1790-6, St. Michaels 1796- 1802, Pen- 
rhyn 1802-6, Plympton 1806-7, chairman and 
director of E.I.C.S. 1790, proctor in Doctors 
Commons, created a Baronet 26 April, 1791 ; 
bom 17 June, 1744; died 12 Jan., 1807, having 
married 6 June, 1771, Hester, daughter of John 
Boldero, Esq., of Aspenden Hall, Herts; she 
died 6 Dec, 1830, having had 3 sons and 2 
daughters. 

[1] snt HENEY, succeeded as 2nd Baronet. 
[2] Right Hon. Stephen, D.C.L. 180S; P.C, M.P. 
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, 1S06-8 ; Ilchester 1820, 
Tiegony 1831-2, and Tower Hamlets 1832-41 ; judge 
of the admiralty court, dean of arches, chancellor of the 
diocese of Rochester and London, M.A. (fellow) All Souls' 
Coll., Oxon, 1806 ; born 14 Jan., 1782 ; died 19 Jan., 1873, 
having married 8 Aug., 1821, Sarah Grace, daughter of 
Thomas William Carr, Esq., of Frognal, Hampgtead, 
and of Esholt Heugh, Northumberland ; she died 20 
Sept., 1837, having had 5 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Edward Harbord, of Brackeiihurst, Cobham, 
Surrey, J.P., Bengal C.S. (retd.), treasurer of Guy's 
hospital ; born 29 July, 1822 ; married 26 Nov., 1848, 
Mary, daughter of Michael Ramsay, col. Bengal army, 
and has 4 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Edward Eardley, major 8th King's royal Irish 
hussars 1881 ; born II Feb., 1850 ; married 9 Dec, 
1882, Caroline Anna, 2nd daughter of Bradford 
Leslie, Esq, : she died at Melbourne, 21 Feb,, 18S4. 
[2] Sydney George, born 5 April, 1859. 
[3] Guy, born 10 Sept., 1861. 
[4] Stephen, lieut. R.A,. born 18 Jan., 1864. 
[5] Helen, manied iS Aug,, 1881, to Francis Rey- 
nolds Yonge Radcliffe bar.-at-law I.T., fellow of 
All Souls' Coll., Oxon. 

(2) William Bryan, bar.-at-law I.T. 1852. principal 
sec. to Lord Cranworth 1865-6; born 23 July, 1824; 
married 21 Oct., 1873, Augusta Victoria, daughter of 
Robert Alfred Cloyne Godwin-Austen, Esq., of Shal- 
ford, Surrey, and has a son. 

Philip Austen, bom 10 Oct., 1874. 

(3) Stephen, born 6 Sept., 1830; died unmarried, 
1S60, aged 30, 

^6] 



4- THG + DGScenT + OB !• 
COL. THOMAS BUTLER, 

OF BERRY LODGE, HANTS, 




151000 Jaopal 



of €nsIanD» 



Edward I., crowned i9=i=EI 

Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 

d. 7 July, 1307. * I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

I 1 

Joanof Acre, b. there l272,=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305 (2nd wife). I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
of Cornwall. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=pRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford,=f=Philippa, dau. of Thorn 
K.G. I Beauchamp, Earl of Wo 

wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk, 1399, d. 18 
I Sept. 1415. 



Isabel de la Pole, will dated=f Thomas Morley, 5th Baron 
1464, proved 1466. | Morley, d. 1435. 

Robert Morley, 6th lord, d.=i=Elizabeth de Roos, dau. of 
1442. William, Lord Roos. 

Alianore Morley=i=William Lovel, summoned 
to parliament, d. 1476. 



Alice Lovel, sole heir of her=j=Sir William Parker (ist 
brother Henry, Lord Mor- husband), standard bearer 
ley, died 25 Dec. 1518. to Richard III. 



Sir Henry Parker, of Lon-=i=Alice, dau. of Sir John St. 
don, Knt.,had summons to | John, of Bletsoe, Beds, 
parlt., d. 1555. ^ 



continued above. 



continued from helffw. 
Sir Henry Parker=i=Alice St. John. 



Sir Henry Parker, Knt. of=j=Grace (ist wife), dau. and 
Bath 1533, d. 1552. heirof John Newport, Esq., ' 

of Brent Pelham, Herts. 



Henry Parker, Lord Morley ,=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Edward 
had summons to parlt. 1558- Stanley, Earl of Derby. 
1572^ J 

Mary Parker, d. Aug. 1 566.=i=Sir Edward Leventhorpe, 
I Knt., died at Rome, 8 Oct. 
I 1566. 



Sir John Leventhorpe, of=j=Joan, eldest dau. of Sir John 



Sawbridgeworth, Herts, cr. 
a baronet 30 May, 1622, d. 
23 Sept. 1625. 



Brograve, Knt., attrny.-gen. 
Duchy of Lancaster, d 



Joan Leventhorpe=f Sir Edward Altham, of 
I Mark Hall, d. 28 May, 1632. 



Leventhorpe Altham, of=i=Joan, dau. of David Ed- 
Marks Hall, d. 24 Aug. wards, of Oswestry, m. 
1681. March, 1656. 



James Altham, of Marks=pMary, dau. of Admiral John 
Hall, d. 28 Dec. 1697, aged I Tinker, d. 2 Feb. 1731. 
35- I 



Maiy Altham, elder dau., m.=f=Roger Altham, D.D., arch- 
31 May, 1705, d. Nov. deacon of Middx., d. 27 
1752. Feb. 1730, aged 72. 



Mary Altham (1st wife). m.=f Henry Lushington, D.D., 
10 May, 1737, d. 24 July, 1 vicar of Eastbourne, etc., 
1775. d. 13 Jan. 1799. 



Sir Stephen Lushington ,=Hester, dau. of Joh: 
M. P., chairman and director I Boldero. of Aspende: 
H.E.l.C.S.,cr. a baronet 26 Hall, Herts, d. 
April, 1791. Dec 1830. 



William Lushingti 

Marks Hall, Essex, to John Tilson, to Ralph Leycester, 

M.P. city of London, Esq.= of Toft.= 

d. II Sept. 1823.= As. 



Sir Henry =Fanny Maria, Right Hon. Stephen Lush-: 



Lushington 
and bart., b 
a? Oct. 1775 
d. 25 Jan, 
1863. 



of M.Lewis, ington, P.C, D.C.L. 1808, 
Esq., under sec- M.P., judge of the admi- 
r, d. rally court, b. 14 Jan. 1782, 
d. 19 Jan. 1873.= 



I.Iay% 



=Sarah Grace, dau. Charles Lushing- Hestei 

of T.W. CaiT, Esq., ton, M.P., b. 14 b. 177 

of Frognal, Hamp- April, 1785, m. m. 179 

stead, etc., m. 1821, twice, and d. s.p. 

d. 1837. 23 Sept. 1866. 



Edward Harbord Lush- William Bryan Lush- Vernon, LL, 

ington, treasurer of ington, bar.-at-law counlv cnnr 

Guy's Hospital, b. 1822. LT., b. 1824, 

m. 1848 Mary, dau. of Augusta, dau 

Col. Rainsay.=== Godwin-Auslei 



, Q.C., Godfrey, assistant Five 

judge under secretary daughtei 

873 1877, m. 1S65, Jane, 3rd home department, (see p. 

* ^' "■ " Mowatt, -"' " - ■ 



Col. Tl 
Butler, of I 
Berrj'Lodge, 



^— L. 



.= Esq., she d. 1884. 



Edward E.-irdley Lush. Guy. 

ington, major 8th Hus- Stephen. 

sars. Helen, m. 1881 to 

Sydney George. F.K.Y.Radcliflfe, 



■7hii 



^ 



dau. of S. Smith, 



Thomas Dacres^N 



Helen, George Hew Butler, Isabella, 

dau. of Admiral vicar of Herriard Dora. 

Sir G. A. Elliot, since 1882.= 
K.C.B. A 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(4) Vemon, LL.B. Trin. Coll., Canib.. 1S59, Q.C., 
Surrey county court judge, 1S77, deputy-judge-advo- 
cate-gen. 1860-9, sec. to the admiralty 1869-77; bom 
8 March, 1S32; married 28 Feb., 1865, Jane, 3rd 
daughter of Francis Mowatt, Esq., of London ; she 
died 23 Jan., 1S84, having had 3 daughters. 

Katharine, born 28 July, 1867 ; Margaret, bom 30 
March, 1S69; Susan, bom 27 April, 1870. 

(5) Godfrey, bar.-at-law Inner Temple 1858, assistant 
under-sec. home department ; bom 8 March, 1832 ; 
married 3 June, 1865, Eeairice Anne Shore, 3rd daugh- 
ter of Samuel Smith, Esq., of Combe Hurst, Surrey, s.p. 
(•6) Hester, married 26 June, 1844, to Robert Russell, 
capt. R.N.. of Newton House, Bedale, Yorks ; he died 
27 Nov., 1848, leaving an only surviving daughter. 

Rowena Elizabeth Ru.'S'SElL. 
(7) Frances. (8) Alice. (9) Laura. 

(10) Edith Grace, married 28 April, 1858, to Ven. 
John Pilkington Norris, D.D., archdeacon and canon 
residentiary of Bristol, and vicar of St. Maiy Redcliffe, 
and has 4 sons, 

Stephen Leslie NORRIS. R.E., bom 13 March, 1S59; 

Edward John, born 10 June, i860 ; Hugh Lyttelton, 

bom 25 March, 1863 ; Francis Lushington, bom i 

Sept., 1864. 

[3] Charles, M.P. Ashburton 1833-41, Westminster 

1847-52, K.LCS. 1800-27; hom 14 April, 1785; died 

s.p., 23 Sept., 1866, having married ist, 1805. Sarah, 

daughter of Gen. Joseph Gascoigne ; she died 24 Dec, 

1839; he married 2ndly, 2 Oct., 1844. Julia Jane, widow 

of Thomas Teed, Esq., of Stanmore, Middlesex ; she 

died 17 Feb., 1866. 

[4] Flester, born 29 April, 1773 ; manied 28 Aug., 1797. 
to Thomas Butler, Esq., fof Berry Lodge, Hants, and 
had a son, Col. Thomas Butler, who has 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

(1) Thomas Dacres (Butler), J. P. Hants, late capt. 
52nd L.I., admitted to the Middle Temple 18 April, 
1S82, bora 3 Oct., 1845; married 12 July, 1877, 
Nina Helen, daughter of Adml. Sir George Augustus 
Elliot, K.C.B. (see E. Minto, in Foster's Peerage). 

(2) George Hew (Butler), vicar of Herriard since 1S82, 
M.A. Trin. Hall, Camb., 1874; married and has issue 

(3) Isabella. (4) Dora. 

[5] Sophia, born 15 June, 1778; died 17 March, 1S60, 
havmg married 20 Sept., 1800, to Gen. Denzil Onslow, 
of Stoughton House, Hunts (E. Onslow) ; he died 21 
Aug., 1838, leaving issue (see Foster's Peerage). 

CIR HENRY, 2nd Baronet, constil-gen. at 
O Naples 1815-32; bom 27 Oct., 1775; died 
-5 Jan-,, 1863, having married 8 April, 1799, 
Fanny Maria, eldest daughter of IMatthew Lewis, 
Esq., under-sec. at war, and sister and co-heir of 
Matthew Gregory Lewis, Esq., M.P. ; she died 
26 May, 1862, having had 5 sons and a daughter. 



[l] SIE HENEY, 3rd and present Baronet. 
i-2] Sir Stephen, G.C.B., adm. superintendent of Indian 
navy, lieut.-gov. of Greenvidch hospital, commanded 
naval brigade at Sebastopol, K.S.L., K.R. of Greece, 
K.L.H.; born 12 Dec, 1803 ; died 28 May, 1877, having 
married , 1841, Henrietta, daughter of Adm. 

Sir Henry Prescott, K.C.B.; she died 22 Sept., 1875, 
having had 2 daughters. 

(1) Henrietta. 

(2) Agnes, married 19 May, 1864, to Henry Kirke, 
B.C.L. Oxon, district judge in Demerara, British 
Guiana, and had 2 sons and 6 daughters, 

Henry Lu.shington Kirke, born 7 March, 1865 ; 
Arnold, bom 12 July, 1870 ; Dorothea Vemon; 
Mildred Jane; Henrietta; Margaret Agnes; Maiy 
Bruce ; Violet Thurstan. 
[3] Charles, vicar of Walton-on-Thames, M.A. Ch. Ch., 
Oxon, 1830; born 29 Nov., 1805; married 29 July, 
1835, Susan Rose, daughter of Capt. J Tweedale, 

E.I.C.S. ; she died s.p., 5 Sept., 1877. 
[4] Franklin, col. in the army; lieut.-col. late Scots 
guards, C.B. ; born 20 April, 1811 ; married, June, 
1853. Anne Dobree, daughter of Gen. Sir Philip Bain- 
brigge, K.C. B.. and has an only child, 

Eleanor Fanny, married 9 Oct., 1877, to Henry Elliott 
Chevallier Kitchener, capt. 46th regt. Comwall L.I., 
instructor in military topography Royal Military Col- 
lege, Sandhurst, eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Kitchener, 
late 9th regt., and has a son and daughter. 

Henry Franklin Chevallier (Kitchener), bom 17 
Oct., 1878; Norah Fanny. 
[5] Frederick Astell, ofRosiere, Hants, J. P., senior civil 
servant Bengal presidency 1835-62; bom I Nov., 1815 ; 
married 24 Sept., 1846, Lady Margaret Julia Hay, 
youngest daughter of William, 15th Earl of ErroU, and 
has had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Algernon Hay, B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1870; 
bom 29 Sept.. 1847; mamed 1st, 2 April, 1872, 
Emma Jane, daughter of Charles Castleman, Esq., of 
Glasshayes, Hants ; she died 4 Oct., 1879, having had 
a son and daughter. 

[1] Herbert Castleman, bom 15 Sept., 1879. 

[2] Muriel Evelyn. 
Mr. a. H. Lushington married 2ndly, 6 Jan., 1881, 
Effie Lillian, 2nd daughter of late Capt. W E 

Newall, 92nd Gordon Highlanders, and has a son. 

[3] Montague Hay, bom 24 Nov., 1881. 

(2) Herbert Gurney, lieut. 31st regt. ; bom 11 Jan., 
1848 ; died unmarried 19 Feb., 1871. 

(3) Frederick Seton Karr, lieut. 64th regt. ; bom 29 
Jan., 1849 : died 23 Dec. 1874. 

(4) Somerville Heniy, curate of Fugleston-with-Bemer- 
ton. Salisbury, since 1S79 ; bom 24 May, 1856. 

(5) Beatrice Harriett. 

(6) Constance Fanny. 

(7) Violet Margaret. 

[6] Louisa, married 8 April, 1826. to Adm. Sir Charles 
Burrard, Bart., who died 12 July, 1S70 (ext.). 



C148I 



LiisJiingion, of Sittingbourne. 



LINEAGE 

OF LUSHINGTON, OF SiTTINGBOURNE. 



AUGUSTINE LESSENDEN or LUSHINGTON, of 
Sittingbourne, Kent, 2nd son of Stephen Lushington 
and Ann his wife, who made her will 1620, then a widow, 
had, besides an elder son (John, of Sarre, yeoman), 3 
daughters, of whom one married to Andrew Langley, and 
another married to John Hawkes. Augustine, by his wife 
Priscilla, was father of 

•irHOMAS LUSHINGTON, of Sittingbourne, possessed 
•*■ the manor of Rodmersham, Kent ; baptized at Sitting- 
bourne, 16 June, 1628; died 13 Oct., 1688, aged 61, buried 
at Sittingbourne, M.I. ; he m.irried ist, Anne, daughter of 
Stephen Tomlyn, of Chilton, Kent ; she died at the birth of 
3 children, it March, 1678, buried at Sittingbourne, i4March, 
M.I. ; he married and, 1688, Ehzabeth, daughter of — 
Johnson, widow ; by his ist wife he had 7 sons and 6 
daughters. 

[1] Thomas, baptized at Sittingbourne, 2 Oct., 1659 ; died 
unmarried 30 Dec., buried at Sittingbourne, 5 May, 1698-9, 

fa and 3] Twin sons, buried unbaptized 8 Feb., 1660. 
[4] John, died unmarried 9, buried at Sittingbourne 15 
May, 1695, aged 29. 
r.5] William, died young. 
' STEPHEN, of whom presently. 

Augustine, baptized at Sittingbourne (with his sisters 
Priscilla and Jane), 24 Feb., 1678; buried there 2 March 
following. 

[8] Mary, baptized at Sittingbourne, i June, 1662 ; died 25 
Oct., 1741, aged 80 ; married to Richard May, of Canter- 
bury, and had issue. 

[9] Ann, baptized at Sittingbourne, Z2 Dec, 1667; married 
to Walker, of Maidstone. 

[10] Jane, died 28 May, 1674, aged 4, buried at Sitting- 
bourne. 

fill Priscilla, died 8 Aug., 1677. 

[18] Priscilla and [13] Jane, baptized with their brother 
Augustine at Sittingbourne, 24 Feb. , 1678, and buried mth 
him 2 March following. 

C;TEPHEN LUSHINGTON, of Sittingbourne, purchased 
^-' the fee simple of the manor of Rodmersham ; baptized 
at Sittingbourne, 12 March, 1675 ; died 4 March, 1718, aged 
43, M.I., married ist, Catherine, only daughter of Benja- 
min, and only sister and heir of John Godfrey, Esq., of 
Norton Court ; she died z8 Aug., 1700, aged 27, buried in 
Chilton chancel, having had an only child. 
[1] Thomas Godfrey, of Sittingbourne, bom Aug., 1700 ; 
died 3 Aug., 1757, having married ist, Dorothy, daughter 
of John Gisbourne, of Derbyshire ; she died 18 March, 1748, 



aged 45 ; he married andly. 18 Sept. , 1752, Barbara, daughter 
ofjohn Skeere, of Dodington.Kent ; she died 28 Aug., i8oo, 
aged 84 ; by his ist wife he had 3 sons and z daughters. 

(1) Thomas Godfrey, of Clare Hall, Camb., baptized at 
Sittingbourne, 3 April, 1728 ; died at Clare Hall, 1748. 

(2) William, capt. of grenadiers ; baptized at Sitting- 
bourne, 24 July, 1732 ; died unmarried 13 Dec., 1763 ; 
buried at St. Martin's, Coney Street, York. 11 Jan. 

(3) James Stephen, of Rodmersham, Kent, M.A., preb. 



of Carlisle, vicar of Newcistle-upon-lyn 
Essex, baptized at Sittingbourne, 12 N: 



1734, died at 



Bishop of Carlisle, she died 24 July, 1768. leaving! 
(see page 102) ; he married 2ndly, Mary, daughter 

of Rev. Humphrey Christian, vicar of Docking, Norfolk, 
and had 4 sons and 2 daughters (see vol. iii.). 

(4) Dorothy, died unmarried 5 June, 1716, aged 21, buried 
in Chilton chancel. 

(5) Catherine, married to John Cockin Sole, and died 
1766, leaving a daughter. 

Catherine Elizabeth, unmarried, 1791. 

MR. STEPHEN LUSHINGTON married 2ndly, Jane 
Petley, widow of Edmond Fowler, of Ash, Kent (she re- 
married to John NicoU), and had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
[8J Stephen, M.A. Ch. Ch., Oxon, 1733 ; baptized at Sit- 
tingbourne, 28 March, 1709 ; died s.p. 

[3J Francklyn, capt. Burford man-of-war; baptized at 
Sittingbourne, 18 March, 1710 ; killed at the si«ge of La 
Guyra, 19 Feb., 1743. 

[4] Henry, D.D., vicar of Eastbourne, Sussex, baptized at 
Sittingbourne, 26 Feb., 1709; died 13 Jan., 1779, having 
married ist, 10 May, 1737, Mary, daughter of Ven. Roger 
Altham, D.D., archdeacon of Middlesex ; she died 24 July, 
1775 ; he married 2ndly, Mary, daughter of Nicholas Gilbert, 
of Eastbourne ; she died s.p. ; by his ist wife he had issue 
(see page 146). 

[5] William, lieut.-col. dragoons; died 26 June, 1786, 
having married 1748, Jane, daughter of Col. William 

Southwell, of Ireland, and had at least 3 daughters. 

(1) Jane, bom 6 April, 1750 ; died young. 

(2) Jane, daughter and co-heir, married 1773, 'o John 
Reilly, Esq., of Scarvagh, co. Down, who died 26 July, 
1804, leaving issue. 

(3) , married to Major Charies Savage, of Rock 
Savage, co. Down, and died 3 Sept., 1806. 

[«] Jane, baptized at Sittingbourne, 18 July, 1713 ; married 

to Rev. John Perry, D.D., rector of Ash, Kent. 

[J] Catherine, married to Roger Altham, bar.-at-law. 



[ ^fl9] 



ThG -^ DGSCeDT + OB |» 



Robert Barclay, Esq., 



OF BURY HILL, DORKING, SURREY, 

FROM THE 



IBIooD IRopal 



Edward I., crow 

Aug. 127. 

d. /July, 1307 



l9=FEleanor (ist wife), d 
Ferdinand III., Kir_^ 
Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Aug._l274,b. 17 June, 1239. I Ferdinand III., King of 




Of (ZBnglanD. 



Edward II., crowned 23=i=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 Apl. 1284, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. I d. 22 Aug. 1357-8. 



Edward III., crowned i=i=Philippa, 3rd d. of William. 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),=j=Katherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of Sir Payn Roet. of Hainault 
Richmond, &c., b. 24 June, I (widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. I ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 

I d. 10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=i=Margaret (3rd dau. of Tho- 



Somcrsit and Marquis of 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d. 2 
April, 1410. 



and co-h. of 
Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent ; she re-m. to Thomas. 
Duke of Clarence, and son 
of Hen. IV.),d.3i Dec. 1440. 



James I. of Scotland, =p Joane, =j=Sir James Stewart, the 

d. 21 Feb. 1438. I Queen Black Knight ofLorn. 

of Scots. 



glas (ist wife). 



Alexander, 3rd Earl Huntly,=f:Janet Stewart, contract, 14 
d. at Perth, 16 Jan. 1523-4. | Oct. 1474. 

John, Lord Gordon, o.v. p. =j=Margaret, "daughter" of 
5 Dec. 151 7. AJames IV. 

A, 

continued aboz'e. 



A, 

cojiiinnedfrom below. 
John, Lord Gordon=i=Margaret. 



Alexander Gordon, titular=i=Barbara Logie, of Kessog- 
archbp. of Athens, 1547, ton, in Swanwich. 
etc., d. II Nov. 1575. I 



John Gordon, " gent, of the=j=Gen 
bedchamber to Charles IX., 
Hen. III., and Hen. IV." 
of France, dean of Salisbury 
1603, D.D. 1605, d. 3 Sept. 
1619. 



(2nd wife), dau. 
f Gideon Betaw, lord of 
Maulet. d. 6 Dec. 1643. 



Louisa Gordon, only dau.,=j=Sir Robert Gordon, of Gor- 
b. 20 Dec. 1597, m. lO Feb. I donstoun, Bart., vice-cham- 
1613. berlain, P.C. Scotland, d. 

I 1656. 



Catherine Gordon, b. ii=f=Col. David Barclay.ofUrie, 
Jan. 1621, m. 26 Jan. 1648, I co. Kincardine, bd. 12 Oct. 
d. Mar. 1663. | 1686. 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,=f=Christian, dau. of Gilbert 
"the Apologist, "b. 23 Dec. | Molyson, baillie of Aber- 
1648, d. Oct. 1690. I deen, m. I Feb. 1670, d. 14 

I Feb. 1722-3. 




Anne (ist wife),= 
dau. of James 
Taylor, of Lon- 
don, m. 12 June, 
1707, d. 3 Dec. 
1720. 



Alexander Barclay, of Phi-:=Anne Hickman (1st wife), 
ladelphia, b. 10 xi. 1711, I ^Rebecca Robinson (2nd 
d. 5 March, 1771. wife). 



=Priscilla (2nd wife), 
dau. of John Freame, 
of London, banker, 
m. 8 Aug. 1723, d. 9 
Oct. 1769. 



Robert Barclay, of BHry=RacheI (1st wife), dau. of 
Hill, Surrey, b. 13 Aug. I John Gumey, of Keswick, 
1751, d. , 1830. I d. 2 Jan. 1794. 



Charles Barclay, of— Anna M 

Bury Hill, Sinrey, 

high sheriff 1842, 

M.P. Southwark, 

etc., etc., d. 5 Dec. 

1855. 



: DavidBarclay, of East- Gumey Barclay, b. 20 Anna, m. i; Aug. Maria, m. 28 April, Ten 

ofThomasKelt, wick Park, Surrey, Dec. 1786, m. Mary 1797 to Jacob Fos- 1S14, to Robert Were others, 

of Seething Hall, M.P. Sunderland, d. Elizabeth Freshfield. ter Reynolds,Esq. Fo.v, Esq., of Fal- 

Norfolk, m. i Aug. i July, 1861.^ =r = mouth. - 

1804, d. 15 March, A A 

1840. 



A 



A 



Arthur Kett Barclay, ^Mary Octavia, dau. 
of Bury Hill, Surrey, I of Ichabod Wright, 
J.P.,D.L.,b.2oJune, Esq., of Mappeiley, 
1806, d. 20 Nov. 1869. Notts, m. 20 Dec. 



Robert Barclay, m. 1830 Thomas Georce, ra. Caroline, : 

Rachel, dau. of Osgood 7 Feb. 1844, Emily, to John Gurney as 

Banbury, Esq. dau. of Rev. J. Hoare, Esq,,ofThe Hoare, Esq, 

=Y Joyce, s.p. Hill, Middlesex.= HiU, Middl 

A A 



Rachel Juliana, m. 18*7 



high sheriff 
1878, b. 7 Oct. 
1837. 



Emma Rhoda, 
dau. of Jotm 
Bentley,Esq.= 



Annie, dau. of 
Thomas Dalli- 
more,Esq.,s.p. 



CharlesWrightBarclay, 
vicar of Little Amwell, 
Herts, b. 8 Oct. 1853, 
m. j88i Florence, and 
dau. of Rev. S. B. 
Charlesworth.= 



Harnet Mar! 
Rachel, m. 

Major Gdd 
Adeline, m. 

Hanbury 



Bray, Esq. 
Margaret, m. to Sir 

Arthur Clay. 
Neville, ra. to Rev. 

C. WUson. 



Rhoda Mary. 
Hilda Constat] 



CjTil Charles, b. : 



[150] 



r^) 



BARCLAY, RUI.l Rf, of Bury Hill, Surrey; 
high sheuff, jb;8 ; 17TH in descent from 
Edward III.; bom 7 Oct., 1837; married, 28 
Nov., 1877, Laura Charlotte Rachel, eldest daugh- 
ter of Marmaduke Wy\-ill, Esq., of Constable Bur- 
ton, Yorkshire, and has a son and daughter. 

[1] Robert Wyville. born 23 Nov., iSSo. 
[2] Ellen Rachel, bora 16 Dec, iSSl. 

Seat— Bury Hill, Dorking. 




The Descent of 

Robert Barclay, E.sq., 

FROM THE B1.00D Royal of England. 

DWARD IIL, King of 
England, Earl of Chester 
1320, Duke of Aquitaine. 
Count of Ponthieu and 
Montreuil, 1325 ; crowned 
at Westminster in his 
father's lifetime, 1 Feb., 
1327 ; defeated the Scots 
at Halidon Hill, 1333- 
In 1339 he assumed the 
sl_\lr of " King (if France and England, and Lord 
of Ireland," and quartered the arms of France in 
the first quarter ; gained a great naval victory 
over the French off Sluys 13.^0, and won the cele- 
brated battle of Cressy 26 Aug., 1346; 17 Oct. 
following the Scots were defeated at Neville Cross, 
and King David II. taken prisoner to London, 
where he remained nearly 11 years. Instituted 
the order of the Garter 1349. His son, the Black 
Prince, defeated the French at the battle of 
Poictiers, 19 Sept., 1356, and brought King John 
prisoner to London, where he remained nearly 5 
years (for further particulars, see Royal Lineage, 
Fostei's Peerage). The king died at Sheen, Surrey, 
21 June, 1377, having had, with other issue, 




JOHN OF GAUNT (4th son), created Duke 
of Lancaster in parliament 13 Nov., 1362 ; 
married ist, 13 May, 1359, Blanche, youngest 
daughter and co-heir of Henry, Duke of Lan- 
caster, grandson of Henry III. ; she buried in 
St. Paul's Cathedral 1369, having had, with 2 
daughters, a son. 
[1] Henry, became Henkv IV. of England. 

JOHN OF GAUNT married 3rdly, at Lincoln, 13 
Jan., 1396, Katherine, daughter of Sir Payn Roet, 
Guienne King-of-Arms, and widow of Sir Otes 
Swynford, Knt. ; she died 10 May, 1403, buried in 
Lincoln Cathedral, having had, with a daughter 
(see vol. i., page 4), 3 sons, of whom the eldest, 

SIR JOHN BEAUFORT, created Earl of 
Somerset 20 Richard II., 1397, and Marquis 
of Dorset 29 Sept. the same year (England's 2nd 
marquis), chamberlain of England for life, 9 Feb. 
I Henry IV., capt. of Calais, died 21 April, 1410; 
he married Margaret, 3rd daughter of Thomas, 
and sister and co-heir of Edmund Holland, Earl 
of Kent; shedied3i Dec, 1440, having(re-married 
to Thomas, Duke of Clarence, 2nd son of Henry 
IV., slain at the battle of Bauge) had, with other 
issue (see vol. i., page 21), a daughter, 

J DANE, Queen of Scots, died at Dunbar 1445 ; 
maiTied ist, in the Priory of St. Mary Overy, 
Southwark, Feb., 1423-4, to James Stuart I. of 
Scotland, who was murdered by the faction of 
Walter, Earl of Athole, his uncle, 21 Feb., 1437-8, 
and had, with other issue, a son and daughter. 

[1] James II., king of Scotland. 

[2] Princess Annabella, or Arabella, married as 1st wife 

to George, Earl of Huntly, who died at Stirling, S June, 

1 50 1, leaving, with other issue, a son, 
Alexander, 3rd earl, who married his cousin Cof the 
half-blood) Janet, daughter of Sir John Stewart, Earl 
of Athole, of whom presently. 

The Dowager-Queen of Scots married 2ndly, 
1439, to Sir James Stewart, the black knight of 
Lorn (3rd son of Sir John Stewart, of Lorn and 
Innermeath), and had, with other issue, a son. 

[3] Sir John Stewart, of Balveny, created Earl of Athole 
1457, reinvested with the earldom of Athole 18 March, 
14S0-1, ambassador to England 1463, etc., had a principal 
command in the army of James III. 1488 ; died 19 Sept., 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



1512. buried in Dunkeld Cathedral ; married ist, Margaret, 
dowager of William, 8th Earl of Douglas, only daughter 
of Archibald, 5th Earl of Douglas, Duke of Touraine ; 
he married 2ndly, Eleanora, daughter of William Sinclair, 
Earl of Orkney and Caithness, and had issue. By his 
1st wife he had 2 daughters, of whom the elder, 

JANET STEWART, married as istwife (con- 
tract 14 Oct., 1474) to Alexander, 3rd Earl of 
Huntly, named above, one of the guarantees of a 
treaty of peace with the English 1509, P.C. to 
James IV., commanded the left wing of the 
Scottish army with Lord Home at the battle of 
Flodden, 9 Sept., 1513 ; died at Perth, 16 Jan., 
1523-4, buried in the convent of the Dominican 
Friars there, having had, with other issue, a son, 

JOHN, Lord Gordon, died in his father's life- 
time, 5 Dec, 1517, having married Margaret, 
natural daughter of James IV. (she re-married to 
Sir John Drummond, of Innerpeffry), and had 2 
sons, of whom (the elder, George, 4th Earl of 
Huntly ,^ see vol. i., page 64) the younger, 

ALEXANDER GORDON, titular archbishop 
of Athens, 1547 ; bishop of the Isles and 
abbot of Inchaffray and Icolmkill, 1553 ; bishop 
of Galloway 1558, probably the only consecrated 
bishop in Scotland who embraced the Protestant 
church in his own day (see Fasti Ecclesics Scoti- 
caiice, vol. i., page 775) ; appointed an extra- 
ordinary lord of session 26 Nov., 1565; died 11 
Nov., 157s ; married Barbara Logie, life-renter of 
the lands of Kessogton in Swanwick, daughter of 
the laird of Logie, and had 6 sons and a daughter. 

[1] JOHN, of whom presently. 

[2] Alexander. 

[3] Lawrence, commendator of Glenluce. 

[4] Mr. George. 

[5] Robert, slain in France. 

[6] William. 

[7] Barbara, married to Anthony Stewart, rector of Pen- 

ningham. 

JOHN GORDON, had the revenues of the 
bishopric of Galloway resigned in his favour, 
ratified by the king 4 Jan., 1567; mentioned as 
bishop of Galloway 1583 ; does not appear to have 
been consecrated; demitted before 8 July, 1586; 
"became one of the gentlemen of the bedchamber 
to Charles IX., Henry III., and Henry IV. "; 
dean of Salisbury, 1603 ; created D.D., Oxon, 
13 Aug., 1605, " because he was to dispute before 
the king his kinsman " ; died 3 Sept., 1619, aged 
75 ; he married 1st, 1576, Antoinette de Maroles, 
by whom he obtained the lordship of Longormes, in 
France; he married 2ndly, 1594, Genevieve Betaw, 
daughter of Gideon Betaw, lord of Maulet, first 
president of the parliament of Britany ; she died 
at Gordonstown 6 Dec, 1643, aged 83, leaving an 
only daughter. 



LOUISA GORDON, born 20 Dec, 1597,' 
married in London, 16 Feb., 1613, to Sir 
Robert Gordon, of Gordonstoun, the historian of , 
his family (son of Alexander, nth earl of Suther- 
land, see Peerage), gentleman of the bedchamber 
to King James 1606 ; knighted 1609 ; gentleman 
of the bedchamber to Charles I., who created him 
a baronet of Nova Scotia, with remainder to his heir 
male whatsoever, 28 May, 1625, being the first of 
thatorder; sheriffprincipalof Inverness-shire 1629; 
vice-chamberlain 1630; P.C. Scotland 1634; he 
died , 1656, aged 76, having had, with 

5 sons, 4 daughters, of whom the 2nd, 

CATHERINE GORDON, bom at Salisbury u 
Jan., 1621 ; died March, 1663, buried at 
Gordonstoun ; married (contract dated at Bog of 
Gight, now Castle Gordon, 24 Dec, 1647), 26 Jan., 
1648, to Col. David Barclay, of Urie, co. Kincar- 
dine (see page 161) by purchase, 1647-8, obtained 
the rank of major as a volunteer in the Swedish 
army under Gustavus Adolphus ; retired to Scot- 
land, " got a regiment of horse," became colonel, 
dislodged and routed Montrose 1646, relieved 
Inverness, made governor of Strathbogie ; after 
the battle of Preston he was deprived of all em- 
ployments by Cromwell ; represented Forfarshire 
and Kincardineshire (Angus and Meam) in 
parliament 1654-6, 1656-8 ; imprisoned in Edin- 
burgh castle about 1664 ; joined the Society of 
Friends, then called Quakers, in 1666; imprisoned 
in Aberdeen, 21 March, 1676, "for going to 
worship contrary to law," and again the year 
following ; buried 12 Oct., 1686, aged 76, having 
had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] EOBEET, of whom presendy. 

[2] John, of Perth, Amboy, New Jersey, governor of East 

Jersey; married Anna Dorothea, daughter of Admiral 

Droyer, of the Netherlands, and died 1731, leaving 2 sons. 

[3] David, died unmarried, on his voyage to New Jersey, 

in 1685. 

[4] Jean, married in Edinburgh 2 Jan., 1685, to SirEwen 

Cameron, of Lochiel, and had 8 children. 

[5] Lucy, died unmarried Dec, l6S6, aged 33. 

ROBERT BARCLAY, of Urie, " the apolo- 
gist," governor of East, or New Jersey for 
life 1682, and constituted Gawen Laurie, a mer- 
chant in London, his deputy; bom at Gordonstown, 
Morayshire, 23 Dec, 1648; died 3-5 viii., 1690; 
married at BaiUie Molyson's house, i Feb., 1670, 
Christian, daughter of Gilbert Molyson, baillie of 
Aberdeen; she died i4.xii., 1722-3, aged 76, having 
had 4 sons and 5 daughters {a). 

[laj David, born 8 ix., 1670 ; died 1671. 
[2a] Robert, of Springhall, Urie, born 25 i., 1672 ; died 
27 i., 1747; married 6 vi., 1696, Elizabeth, daughter of 
John Brain, of Ratcliff, London, merchant, and had 3 
sons and 5 daughters {b). 

(U-2a) Robert Barclay, of Urie, born 20 v., 1699 ; 



[ ^52 ] 



UNE CAMERON, WIFE OF ROBERT GOFF, ESQ., 

OF SUMNERS PLACE, SUSSEX, 



'mm iRopai 




of CnglanD. 



Edward I., cro\vned i9=i=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239. I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crowned 23=i=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 Apl. 1284, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
J .. o... I (j_ 22 Aug. 1357-S. 



d. 21 Sept. 1327. 



Edward III., crowned i- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),: 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, &c., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of= 
Somerset and Marquis of 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d. 21 
April, 1410. 



^Philippa, 3rd d. of William, 
Count of Holland and 
Ilainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

:Katherine (3rd mfe), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



^Margaret (3rd dau. of Tho- 
mas, and sister and co-h. of 
Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent ; she re-m. to Thomas, 
Duke of Clarence. 2nd son 
of Hen. IV.),d. 3 \ Dec. 1440. 



James I. of Scotland,- 
d. 21 Feb. 143." 



=George, 2nd E. 
I of Hunlly, d 
I 8 June, 1501. 



=j= Joane, =ipS 
I Queen I 
of Scots. 



■ Joane, =ipSir James Stewart, the 
Queen | Black Knight of Lorn, 
of Scots. 



Sirjohn Stew-=Margaret, dow. of Wil- 
art, Earl of | liam, Sth Earl of Dou- 
Athole, 1457. glas (ist wife). 



Alexander,3rdEarl Huntly,=j=Janet Stewart, contract, 
d. at Perth, 16 Jan. 1523-4. Oct. 1474. 



John, Lord Gordon, o.v.p.=j=Margaret, 
5 Dec. 1517. AJamesIV. 

A, 

con tin ued a hove. 



' daughter " of 



continued from heloiv. 
John, Lord Gordon=r=Margaret. 



Alexander Gordon, titular=rBarbara Logie, of Kessog- 
archbp. of Athens, 1547, ton, in Swanwich. 
etc., d. II Nov. 1575. 



=Genevieve (2nd wife), dau. 
of Gideon Betaw, lord of 
Maulet, d. 6 Dec. 1643. 



John Gordon, "gent.of the= 
bedchamber to Charles IX., 
Hen. III., and Hen. IV." 
of France, dean of Salisbury 
1603, D.D. 160S, d.sSept. 
1619. 



Louisa Gordon, only dau.,=j=Sir Robert Gordon, of Gor- 
b. 20 Dec. 1597, m. 16 Feb. donstoun, Bart., vice-cham- 
1613. berlain, P.C. Scotland, -" 



Catherine Gordon, b. li=pCol.David Barclay.of Una, 
Jan. 1621, m. 26 Jan. 1648, I co. Kincardine, bd. 12 Oct. 
d. Mar. 1663. 



i686. 



Robert Barclay, of Urie, 
" the Apologist," b. 23 Dec. 
1648, d. Oct. 1690. 



Christian, dau. of Gilbert 
Molyson, baillie of Aber- 
deen, m. I Feb. 1670, d. 14 
Feb. 1722-3. 



Robert Barclay, of Spring=f=Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Hall, Urie, b. 1672, d. 1747. Brain, of Ratcliff, London, 
merchant, m. 1696. 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,=i=Une, 
b. 1699, d. 1760. 



dau. of Sir Ewan 



Cameron, of Lochiel, N.B., 
m. 10 vi. 1696. 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,=fSarah Anne (2nd wife), sole 
M.P. Kincardine, b. 27 xi. heir of James Allardyce, of 
1732, d. 8 April, 1797. Allardyce, m. Dec. 1776, d. 



Robert Barclay Allardyce, 

of Urie andAUardice, capt. issue dyce.b. l3Sept.i778, 

23rdregt.,d. lMay,l854.=f= (seep. m. 25 July, i" 



Une Cameron AUar =r=John Innes, of Margaret, b. i4=:Huason Gurney, of Kes- 

dvce.b. nSeDt.1778. I Cowie. Kin- Oct. 1780, m. wick, Norfolk, M.F. 

27 Sept. 1809, Shaftesbury, etc., d. s.p. 



A 154)- Sept. 18 



1S32. 



Kin- 
;,d.Apl. 



d.i6Dec.l855. 9 Nov. 



John Une Cameron= 
Innes, Innes. 
died 
1810. 



Col. Peter Elizabeth Innes,=Arthur Abercromby, Margaret AIlar-=f Alexander Gibbon, 

A.Lautour, m. 1832, d. 13 I of Glasshaugh, Banff- dice Innes, m.4 I of Johnstone,Kincar- 

C.B.,K.H. Sept. 1838. shire, d. 1852. Dec. 1835, d. 4 dme, advocate, d. 13 

k April, 1SS2. 



Sept. 1877. 



Une CameronLautour, m.=pRobert Goff, of Sumners 
19 July, 1859. I Place, Sussex. 



Elizabeth Abercrombie Gibbon, =f=David Alexander 
m. 4 Dec. i860. I Pearson, WS. 



Ewen Cameron fiobert 
Goff, b. 16 Feb. 1865. 



Alexander Pearson, Andrew, b. I: 
b. 30 Nov. 1864. Aug. 1 866. 

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David, b. 21 Feb. Robert Barclay, b. 20 
1868. Nov. 1871. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



died lo 



1760 



LgS\ 

Cameron, of Lochiel, 
ith a daughter, 3 sons,* of whom the 



married at Kingswells, N.B., 10 vi., 
1725, Une. daughter of Sir E\v; 
N.B., and had, ' " 
eldest, 

Robert Barclay, of Urie, M.P. Kincardineshire 
1788-90, 1790-6, 1796-7, born 27 xi., 1731-2; died 
8 April, 1797 ; married ist, at Winchmore Hill, 3 vi., 
1753. Lucy, daughter of David Barclay, Esq., of London 
(by his 2nd wife, Priscilla Freame, see vol. iii.) ; she 
died 23 iii., 1757, leaving an only daughter {c). 
\\.c\ Lucy, born in London 22 March, 1757 ; married 
, 1777. to Samuel Galton, of Duddeston 
House, CO. Warwick, and had issue (see vol. iii.). 

RonERT Barclay married 2ndly, Dec, 1776, 
Sarah Anne, only child and heir of James AUardyce, 
of AUardyce (by his wife, Ann, eventually sole heir of 
her father, James Barclay, see page 156) ; she died at 
Sprowston. Norfolk, 7 July, 1833, having had 3 sons 
and 5 daughters (f). 

[2(r] Robert Barclay- AUardyce. of Urie and AUardyce, 
capt. 23rd regt., served at Walcheren, etc., a celebrated 
pedestrian and sportsman, master of the Kincardine 
hounds, born 25 Aug., 1 779 ; died at Urie i May, 1854; 
married Ist. at Urie, Sept., 1815 ; and 2ndly, at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 19 July, 1819, Mary, 
daughter of Alexander Dalgamo ; she died 30 Aug., 
1820, having had an only surviving child. 

Margaret Barclay-Allardyce, claimed the 
earldoms of Strathearn, Monteith, and Airth (as 
heir of line) before the committee for privileges. 
House of Lords, 1870; license that the surname and 
arms of Barclay- AUardice only should be used by 
her, her two surviving sons and their descendants, 
recorded in the Lyon Office, Edinburgh, 2 July, 
i883t; i6th in descent from Edward IH. ; 
born 4 July, 1816; married 1st, at St. Mary's, 
Kensington, 2 April, 1840, to Samuel Ritchie ; he 
died 17 Sept., 1845, having had 3 sons and a 
daughter [d). 

(li/) Robert Barclay-Allardice, born 19 May, 
1841. 

(2fl') Samuel Frederick, bom 15 Oct., 1843 ; died 
14 April, 1862. 

(Sf/) David Stuart Barclay-Allardice, bom 21 
Nov., 1S45 ! married 15 Oct., 1868, Fannie Foster, 
elder daughter of Edwin Day Elliot, Esq., of 
West Brattleborough, Vermont, U.S.A., and has 4 
sons and a daughter. 

[1] Robert, born iS Oct., 1S69. 
[2] Elliot Ritchie, born 10 Oct., 1873. 
[3] David Graham, bora 11 Dec, 1877. 
[4] Clinton, born I Aug., 1882. 
[5] Margaret Anna, born 21 Dec, 1871. 
(4(/) Mary Hay, born 7 Sept., 1842 ; died 30 Sept., 
1849. 

Mrs. Margaret Ritchie married 2ndly, at 
Boonton, New Jersey, U.S.A., 30 July, 1854, to 
James Tanner, who died at Rossville, Staten 
island, U.S., 21 Jan., 1S66, leaving a daughter (rf). 
{hd) Augusta Graham (Tanner), born 12 Aug., 
1859 ; died at Ryde, LW., 21 Dec, 1874. 
[3c] James, born 3 July, 1784; died unmarried in 
Ceylon, 11 March, 1804. 

• Issue of Robert Barclay and Une Cameron :— 
[2] David, born 24 Sept., 1737. 
[3] Ewan, born i Oct., 1738 ; died 23 Aug., 1805. 
(41 Jean, bom 22 iii., 1726 ; died vii , 1750. 

Arms— Quarterly I. and IV., grand quarters. Argent, a fess wavy 
gules between three boars' heads erased sa., AUardice of AUardice. 
II. azure, a chevron and in chief 3 crosses patee argent, Barclay of 
Urie. ■ in. quarterly i and 4 ; argent, on a chief sa. three escallops 
or ; 2 and 3, or, a fess chequy azure and argent, in chief a chevron 
gules, Graham., Earls of Mtnteith and Ait th. 

CRfeSTS— I. A naked man from the middle, in his dexter hand a 
scymetar ppr., Allardice. Motto above, "In defence of the dis- 
tressed." 2. A bishop's mitre or, Barclay. Motto above, "In 
cruce spero.'' 



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[4c] David Stuart, major 28th regt., born 14 March, 
1787 ; died unmarried at Otranto, Italy, 1826. 
\pc\ Anne, born 13 Sept., 1777 ; died 29 Oct., 1782. 
[6tJ Une Cameron, bom 13 Sept., 1778; died 
Sept., 1809; married at Urie, 25 July, 1800, to John 
Innes, of Cowie, Kincardine ; he died April, 1832, 
having had a son and 3 daughters (e). 

{\e-bc) John Innes, bom 21 April, 1803 ; died 

, 1810. 
^e-dc) Une Cameron (Innes), born 19 April, 1S05 ; 
married to Col. Peter Augustus Lautour, 

C.B.. K.H., 20th light dragoons, served at 
Waterloo, col. 3rd hussars; he died 11 Jan., 1866, 
having had a daughter. 

Une Cameron (Lautour). who married 19 July, 
1859, to Robert Goff, of Sumner's Place. Sussex 
(3rd son of Joseph Goff, of Hale Park, Hants), 
and had a daughter, 

Ewen Cameron Robert (Goff), born 16 Feb., 
1865. 
(3c-6i-) lilizabeth Davidson (Innes), born 22 June, 
iSoS ; died 13 Sept., 1838, having married , 

1S32, toArthurAbercromby, of Glasshaugh, Banff- 
shire (son of Lt.-Col. Robert William f)ufr, of 
Fetleresso, Kincardine, see Earl Fife in Foster's 
Peerage) ; he died , 1859, having had a 

son and 2 daughters (/). 

[l/-jc] Robert William Duff, of Fetteresso 

Castle, CO. Kincardine. J.P., D.L., of Culter Ho., 

CO. Aberdeen, and Glasshaugh, co. Banff, J. P., 

D.L., com. R.N. 1870, M.P. Banff since 1S61, 

a junior lord of the treasury June, 1882, resumed 

the name of Duff only, 1861 ; born 8 March, 

1835 ; married 21 Feb., 1871, Louisa, youngest 

daughter of Sir William Scott, Bart., of Ancrum, 

CO. Roxburgh, and has 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

Robert William, born 7 March, 1873 ; Arthur 

Abercromby, bom II April, 1874; Patrick 

Abercromby, born 12 Nov., 1881 ; Helen 

Abercromby; Heather Mary Abercromby; 

Isabel Abercromby; Dorothy Abercromby, 

bom 18 Feb., 1879. 

[2/-j.cJ Mary (Abercromby), died II Sept., 1871, 

having married 3 June, 1851, as ist wife, to 

Capt. Hemian Ernest Galton, 60th rifles, who 

died 31 May, 1876, leaving issue (see vol. iii.). 

[3/-J,.'] Margaret Gumey(Abercromby). married 

16 June, 186S, as 2nd wife, to Col. Edmund 

Willoughby Lyons, BO.s.C. (see V. LYONS in 

Foster's Peerage). 

(4,--6c) Margaret AUardyce (Innes), bom 4 Sept., 

1809 ; died 4 April, 1882 ; married at Aberdeen 

4 Dec. 1835, to Alexander Gibbon, of Johnstone, 

Kincardine, A.M., Marischal College, advocate 

in Aberdeen 1817 ; he died 13 Sept., 1877, having 

had an only chiW, 

Elizabeth Abercrombie (Gibbon), married 
4Dec..i86o,to David Alexander Pearson, writer 
to the signet, and had 4 sons and a daughter. 
[1] Alexander (Pearson), bom 30 Nov., 1864. 
[2] Andrew, bom 12 Aug., 1866. 
[3] David, born 21 Feb., 1S68. 
[4] Robert Barclay, bom 20 Nov., 187 1. 
[5] Margaret Allardice, died young ,1872. 

[7(r] Margaret, bora 4 Oct., 17S0; died 16 Dec, 
1855 ; married 27 Sept., 1809, to Hudson Guruej,of 
Keswick, Norfolk, high sheriff 1835, M.P. Shaftes- 
bury 1812-13, and Newtown, Isle of Wight, in 7 
successive parliaments 1816-33; he died s.p., 9 
Nov., 1864 (see vol. iii.). 

[8i-] Mary, twin with Margaret, died June, 1799. 

[9c] Rodney (a daughter), bom 29 April, 1782; died 

unmarried , 1S53. I 

(%b-2a) John (2nd son of Robert Barclay and Elizabeth 

Brain), bom 19 vii., 1701; died 16 vii., 1714- 



<»• Thg DescGiiT OB 9^ 

Robert^ William DufF, M.P., 

OF FETTERESSO CASTLE, CO. KINCARDINE, 



iBlooD Jaopal 



Edward I., crowned i9=f=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, <307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 




Of €ngIanD» 



Edw.'^rd II., crowned 23=j=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b..25 Apl. 1284, I of France, m. 2S Jan. 130S, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. I d. 22 Aug. 1357-8. 

Edward III., crowned i=j=PhiIippa, 3rd d. of William. 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. I Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

d. 15 Aug. 1369. 

John of Gaunt (4th son),=pKatherine (3rd wife), d. of 



)uke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, &c., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of= 
Somerset and Marquis of 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d. 21 
April, 1 4 10. 



Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



Margaret (3rd dau. of Tho- 
mas, and sister and co-h. of 
Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent ; she re-m. to Thomas, 
Duke of Clarence, 2nd son 
of Hen. IV.),d. 31 Dec. 1440. 



James I. of Scotland,=i= Joane, =f=Sir James Stewart, the 

d. 21 Feb. 1438. I Queen Black Knight of Lorn. 

of Scots. 



Princess =George, 2nd E. Sirjohn Stew-=Margaret, dow. of Wil- 
Annabella 1 of Huntly, d. art, Earl of | Ham. 8th Earl of Dou- 
(ist wife). I 8 June, 1501. Athole, 1457. | glas (tst wife), 

Alexander, 3rd Earl HuntIy,=f=Janet Stewart, contract 14 
d. at Perth, 16 Jan. 1523-4. I Oct. 1474. 



John, Lord Gordon, o. 
5 Dec. 1517. 

A, 
continued above. 



=j=Margaret, ' ' daughter " of 
/KJames IV. 



conthnial /ram below. 
John, Lord Gordun=r Margaret 



Alexander Gordon, titular=j=Barbara Logic, of Kessog- 
archbp. of Athens, 1547, ton, in Swanwich. 
etc., d. II Nov. 1575. 



Genevieve (2nd wife), dau. 
of Gideon Betaw, lord of 
Maulet, d. 6 Dec. 1643. 



John Gordon, "gent.of the= 
bedchamber to Charles IX., 
Hen. HI., and Hen. IV." 
of France, dean of Salisbury 
1603, D.D. 1605, d. 3 Sept. 
1619. 



Louisa Gordon, only dati. ,=i=Sir Robert Gordon, of Gor- ' 
b. 20 Dec. 1597, m. 16 Feb. donstoun, Bart., vice-cham- . 
1613 I berlain, P.C. Scotland, d. 
I 1656. 

Catherine Gordon, b. I l=f Col. David Barclay, of Urie, 
Jan. 1621, in. 26 Jan. 1648, I co. Kincardine, bd. 12 Oct. 
d. Mar. 1663. I 1686. 

Robert Barclay, of Urie,=i=Christian, dau. of Gilbert 
~ Molyson, baillie of Aber- 



" the Apologist," b. 23 Dec. 
- S, d. Oct. 1690. 



deen, m. I Feb. 1670, d, 
Feb. 1722-3. 



Robert Barclay, of Spring=j=Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Hall, Urie,b, 1672, d. 1747. | Brain, of Ratcliff, London, 
I merchant, m. 1696. 



^Une, dau. of Sir Ewan 
Cameron, of Lochiel, N.B., 
m. 10 vi. 1696. 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,^ 
b. 1699, d. 1760. 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,: 
M.P. Kincardine, b. 27 xi. 
1732, d. 8 April, 1797. 



=Sarah Anne (2nd mfe), sole 
heir of James Allardyce, of 
AUardyce, m. Dec. 1776, d. 
7 July, 1833. 



Robert Barclay Allardyce, Other Una Cameron Allar=f=JohnInnes, of Margaret, b. l4=HudsonGurney, of K 



ofUrieandAUardice, capt. issue dyce.b. i3Sept.l778, 
23rdregt.,d. iMay, 1854.=;= (seep. m. 25 July, 1800, d. 
A 154)- Sept. l"So9. 



Cowie, Kin- Oct. 1780, m. wick, Norfolk, M.P. 
cardine.d.Apl. 27 Sept. 1809, Shaftesbury, etc., d. s.p. 
1S32. d.i6Dec.i855. 9 Nov. 1864. 



John Une Cameron=j=Col. Peter Elizabeth Innes,=Arthur Abercromby, ^Iargaret Allar-=j=Alexander Gibbon, 



Innes, Innes. 
died 
1 8 10. 



A.Lautour, m. 1832, d. 13 I of Glasshaugh. Banff- 
C.B.,K.H. Sept. 1838. shire, d. 1852. 



.41 of John 
Dec. 1835, d. 4 I dine, advocate, d. 13 
April, 1S82. ASept. 1877. 



Robert WilliamDuff.of FetteressoCastle,- 
Kincardine, J. P., D.L., of Culter" 
and Glasshaugh, 
, R.N. 1870, 



Castle, 

CO. Banff, J.P., D.L., ( 

M.P. Banff since 1861 



fonly i86t, b. 8 Ma 



Louisa, vst. dau. of Mary Abercromby,. 
Sir William Scott, m. 3 June, 1S51. d. 
Bart.,of Ancrum,co. n Sept. 1871. 
Roxburgh, m. 21 Feb. 
.871. 



Herman Ernest Margaret Gumey__Col Edmund 

Galton, captain Abercromby (2nd Willoughby 

60th rifles, d. 31 wife), m. 16 June, Lyons, Bom- 

May, 1876. 1868. bay S.C. 



Robert William, b. 7 March, 1873. Helen. 

Arthur Abercromby, b. 11 April, 1874. Heather. 

Patrick Abercromby, b. 12 Nov. 18S1. Isabel. 

Dorothy. 



Arthur Howard. Margaret 

Herman Ernest. Isabella t 

Ralph Abercromby. Alice Ma 



[155] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(%b-2a) David, of Cateaton Street, London, merchant, 
born 29 iv., 1710; died 10 Oct., 1783; married 10 i., 
1737, Mary, daughter of John Pardoe, of Adderbury, 
CO. Worcester, merchant"; she died 13 Dec, 1772, 
aged 60, having had a son. 
Robert, born 15 ii., 1743. 
(U-za) Margaret, born 23 iii., 1697 ; died 13 v., 1707. 
\hb-2a) Molyson, born 21 xi.,^1703; married to John, 
son of John Doubleday, of 'Alnwick Abbey, North- 
umberland. 

Cob-sa) Elizabeth, born 11 v., 170S; married to Sir 
William Ogilvie, of Barras, 4th bart. 
itb-za) Katherine, born i iv., 1713. 
\ib-2a) Jean, bom 23 iv., 1719; died 12 vi., 1720. 
[Sa] DAVID, of whom presently. 

[ia\ John, of Dublin, born 10 viii., 1687 ; died 8 June, 
1751 ; married, 26 iv., 1709, Margaret Wilson ; said also 
to have married Anne, daughter of Amos Strettell, of 
Dublin, merchant. 

[Sa] Margaret, born 4 x., 1673 ; died 1685. 
[6a] Patience, born 25x1., 1675-6 ; married, 8 iv., 1727, to 
Timothy Forbes, of Dublin, son of Alexander Forbes, of 
Aquorthes, Aberdeen. 

[7fl] Katherine, born 26 vi., 1678; married, 17 vi., 1703, 
to Janjes Forbes, of Dublin, merchant, brother of Timothy 
aforesaid. 

[8a] Christian, born 15 v., 16S0 ; married, ii., 1700, to 
Alexander laffray, of Kingswells, Aberdeenshire. 
[9a] Jean, born 27xii., 1683 ; married in London, 12 iv., 
1707, to Alexander Forbes, of London, merchant, son of 
John Forbes, of Aquorthes, aforesaid. 

DAVID BARCLAY, of London, merchant, and 
of Bush Hill, Esse.x, entertained at his 
house in Cheapside Queen Anne, George L, 
George l}., and George III., when they visited 
the city on Lord Mayor's Day ; born 17 vii. , 16S2 ; 
died 18 iii., 1769 ; married ist in London, 12 iv., 
1707, Anne, daughter of James Taylor, of London, 
draper; she died 3 x., 1720, aged 31, leaving 
issue; he married 2ndly, 8 vi., 1723, Priscilla, 
daughter of John Freame, of London, banker ; 
she died 9 x., 1769, having had 2 sons and 6 
daughters (of whom see vol. iii.). By his ist wife 
David Barclay had 4 sons and 5 daughters. 
[1] James, of London, banker, born 5 v., 1708; died 
20 ii., 1766; married Sarah Freame, who died 12 March, 
1772, aged 65, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 
. (1) Joseph, born 19 xii., 1733 ; died s.p. 

(2) Alexander, born 21 xi., 1734 ; died s.p. 

(3) Anne, buried at Arbuthnot 18 July, 1757 ; married, 
April, 1715, to James AUardice, of Allardice, who 
died 19 July, 1765, leaving an only child, 

Sarah" Anne Allardice, heiress of Allardice ; married 
Dec, 1776, as 2nd wife to Robert Barclay-Allardice, 
of Urie, M.P. Kincardineshire 1788-90, 1790-6, 
1796 until his death, 8 April, 1797 (see Foster's 
Members of Parliament, Scotland, page 25, and page 
154 of this work). 
[2] Robert, born 5 vi., 1709; died young. 
[3] Robert, born n xi., 1711 ; died 17 xi., 1712. 
[4] Alexander, comptroller of his majesty's customs at 
Philadelphia 1749; born 10 xi., 1712; died at Phila- 
delphia 5 March, 1771 ; he married 1st, 1749, Anne 
Hickman, and 2ndly, Rebecca Robinson; hy his 1st 
wife he had a son and daughter. 

(1) ROBERT, of whom presently. 

(2) Patience, died young. 

[6] Christian, born 25 vi., 1710; died young. 
[6] Elizabeth, born 21 iv., 1714; died 30 Aug., 1745 ; 
married 9 vii., 1735, as 1st wife, to Timothy Bevan, of 
Swansea; he died I2june, 17S6, leaving issue(see vol. iii.) 



[7] Christina, bom 2 vi., 1715 ; died 24 vii., 1731. 
[8] Anna, born 24 xi., 1716 ; married to Jaines Collinson. 
[9] Patience, born 29 ix., 1718; married 1st to John 
Steadman, after of Rotterdam ; and 2ndly, 11 viii., 1757, 
to Thomas Weston, of London, and of Clayhills, Middle- 
sex. 

ROBERT BARCLAY, of Bury Hill, Surrey 
(by purchase 1812), born in Philadelphia 
13 Aug., 1751 ; died^ ,'1830; married ist, 

at Norwich, 30 Aug., 1775, Rachel, daughter of 
Jcihn Gurney, of Keswick, Norfolk (see vol. iii.) ; 
she died 2 Jan., 1794 ; he married 2ndly, , 

, Margaret Hudson, who died s.p. ; by his 1st 
wife he had 5 sons and 9 daughters {g). 

\\g] CHARLES, of whom presently. 
[Zf] David, of Eastwick Park, Surrey, contested Sunder- 
land 1832, 1833, 1835, M.P. 1841-7, 1847 (Aug. to 
Dec.) ; born 29 Sept., 17S4; died I July, 1861 ; married 
20 Oct., 181S, Maria Dorothea, daughter of Sir Hedworth 
Williamson, Bart, (see Foster's Baronetage'); she died 
, 1846, having had 4 sons and 2 daughters (/;). 
{\fi-2g) Hedworth David, of Eastwick Park, born 15 
Oct., 1820 ; died 25 Aug., 1873 ; married , 

1857, Agnes Caroline, widow of James Calley, Esq., of 
Burderop, Wilts, daughter of Harry Brereton Tre- 
lawny, Esq., of Shotwick Park, Cheshire (see Foster's 
Baronetage), and had 3 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Hedworth Trelawny, of London, brewer, born 
10 May, 1859. 

[2] Harry David, born 7 Aug., i860. 
[3] Reginald, born 24 Dec, 1S61. 
[4] Agnes Emma, born I April, 1S5S. 
{2h-2g) Alexander Charies, of Scraptoft Hall, co. Leic, 
contested Taunton 1859, M.P. 1865-8, 1868-74, 1874- 
80 ; M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., admitted to the Inner 
Temple 25 April, 1850, born , 1823. 

(3//-^^) Robert William. 
(ih-2g) David, formerly capt. l6th lancers. 
(bli-2g) Maria Dorothea. 
(Q/i-2g) Elizabeth Anne. 
[3^] Gurney, bom 20 Dec, 1786; marriedMary Elizabeth, 
daughter of John Freshfield, Esq., of London, and had an 
only son, 

Robert Gurney Barclay, born , 1819; mar- 

ried 21 Sept., 1840, Catherine Henrietta, daughter of 
Marmaduke Wyvill. Esq., of Constable Burton, Yorks, 
s.p. 
[4^] Alexander, born 21 Feb., 1791 ; died 6 Sept., l8l2. 
[5^] Alfred, born 21 Dec, 1793 ; died i July, 1795. 
[6^] Elizabeth, born 10 July, 1776. 

[7^] Agatha, born 8 Nov., 1778 ; married , 

to George Hillhouse, Esq., who died s p. 
[8^] Anna, born 21 Dec, 1779 ; died ; 

married at Kingston, 15 Aug., 1799, to Jacob Foster 
Reynolds, of Carshalton, Surrey ; he died 28 Sept., 1851, 
having had a son and 6 daughters (k). 

(Ik-Sg) Robert Foster Reynolds, of Upton, Essex, 
born 17 Aug., 1800; died 14 April, 1846; married 
I May, 1833, Emma Eugenia, younger daughter of Sir 
John Henry Pelly, Bart., of Upton, Essex (see Foster's 
Baromtage), and had, with other issue, 2 sons and 3 
daughters (/). 

[ll-i/i] Robert Barclay (Reynolds), of the Shrubberj', 

Woodford, Essex, J. P., born 5 Oct., 1838; married 

14 Sept., 1865, Evelyn Reynolds, younger daughter 

of John Davidson, late capt. 2nd life guards (and 

granddaughter of Lady Sarah Bayly, see Foster's 

I\-crag.; E. of Jersey), and has3 sons and 4 daughters. 

Robert Alan Barclay (Reynolds), born 23 Oct., 

1867; Clement Barclay, bom II March, 1876; 

son born l8 Feb., 1884; Evelyn Eugenia, born 15 



[156] 



♦• Ths DesceriT of •<©► 
ROBERT BARCLAY REYNOLDS, ESQ., 

OF THE SHRUBBERY, WOODFORD, ESSEX. 



OBlooD IRoyal 




of Cnglano. 



Edward I., crownied :9=j=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239. I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crowned 23=j=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 



Feb. 1307, b. 25 Apl. 1284, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. 



Edward III., crowned i^ 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. 



of France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
d. 22 Aug. I3S7-8. 



=Philippa, 3rd d. of William. 
Count of Holland and 
Haiiiault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



^Katherine C3rd wife), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford. lent.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=f Margaret (3rd dau. of Tho- 
Somerset and Marquis of mas, and sister and co-h. of 
Dorset, S) cr. 1397, d. 21 Edmund Holland, Earl of 
April, 1410. Kent ; she re-m. to Thomas, 

Duhe of Clarence, 2nd son 
of Hen. IV.),d.3l Dec. 1440. 



John of Gaunt (4th son), 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, &c., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



A, 

coniinncd from heliyiu. 
John, Lord Gordon=f=Margaret. 

Alexander Gordon, titular=j=Barbara Logie, of Kessog- 



archb 



iLip. 01 . 
, d. II N 



of Athens, 1547, 
575- 



John Gordon, "gent, of the= 
bedchamber to Charles IX., 
Hen. HI., and Hen. IV." 
of France, dean of Salisbury 
1603, D.D. 1605, d. 3 Sept. 
1619. 



ton, in Swanwich. 



Genevieve (2nd wife), dau. 
of Gideon Betaw, lord of 
Maulet, d. 6 Dec. 1643. 



Louisa Gordon, only dau.,=f=Sir Robert Gordon, of Gor- 
Dec 1597, m. 16 Feb. donstoun, Bart., vice-cham- 
I berlain, P.C. Scotland, d. 
I 1656. 



1613. 



Catherine Gordon, b. u=j=CoI. David Barclay,ofUrie, 
Jan. 1621, m. 26 Jan. 1648, I co. Kincardine, bd. 12 Oct. 
d. Mar. 1663. | 16S6. 



James I. of Scotland, =j= Joane, 
d. 21 Feb. 143S. ■ " 



Queen 
of Scots. 



Sirjames Stewart, the 
Black Knight of Lorn. 



Princess =Gcorce, and E. Sirjohn Stew-= Margaret, dow. of Wil- 
Annabella I of lluntly, d. art, Earl of | liam, 8th Earl of Dou- 
wife). I 8 June, 1501. Athole, 1457. | glas (ist wife). 



irl of I liar 
1457. I gla 



Alexander,3rd Earl Huntly,=pjanet Stewart, contract 14 
d. at Perth, 16 Jan. 1523-4. I Oct. 1474. 

I ' 

John, Lord Gordon, o.v.p.=j=Margaret, "daughter" of 
5 Dec. 1 517. /fJamesIV. 

A, 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,=rChristian, dau. of Gilbert 
"the Apologist," b. 23 Dec. I Molyson, baillie of Aber- 
1648, d. Oct. 1690. I deen, m. I Feb. 1670, d. 14 

I Feb. 1722-3. 

Anne (1st wife),=j=Cavid Barclay,=j=Priscilla (2nd wife), 
dau. of John Freame, 
of London, banker, 
m. 8 Aug. 1723, d. 9 
Oct. 1769. 



dau. of James 
Taylor, of Lon- 
don, m. 12 June, 
1707, d. 3 Dec. 
1720. 



Alexander Barclay, of T' 
ladelphia, b. 10 xi. 171 
d. 5 March, 1771. 



of London, nier 
chant,b.i7Sept, 
1682, d. 18 May, 
1769 



A 

nne Hickman (1st wife). 
=Rebecca Robinson (2nd 
wife). 



Robert Barclay, of E«ry=Rachel (ist wife), dau. of 
Hill, Surrey, b. 13 Aug. I John Gumey, of Keswick, 
1751, d. ,1830. I d. 2 Jan. 1794. 



Charles Barclay, of Bury David BarcKiy, of East- Gumey Barclay, b. Anna, b. 21 
Hill, Surrey, high sheriff wick Park, Surrey, M P. 20 Dec, 1S76, m. Dec, 1779, 
1842, M.P. Southwark, Sunderland, d. 1 July, Mary Elizabeth m. 15 Aug., 



, etc., d. 5 Dec, 1855. 



Mary Eli: 
Freshfield. 



^lacob Foster Rey- Maria, in. 28 April, Others. 

nclds. Esq ,ofCar- 18.4,10 RobertWere 

shalton. Surrey, d. Fo.\. Esq., of Fal- 

28 Sept., 1851. mouth. 



Robert Foster Rey-=Emma Ei 
Holds, of Upton, Essex, 
b. 17 Aug., 1800, d. 14 
-^pril, 1846. 



of Sir'John h! 
Pelly. Bart., m. I 
May, ,833. 



Agatha Reynolds, Anna Sophia Reynolds, Rachel Reynolds, Louisa, Emma Reynolds, 

m. Oct., 1810, to m. 6Sept. 1S23, toGenl. m. ,1825, d. un. m. Feb. 1837, 

Jonathan Chap- John Maclnnes, who d. to John Gumey 1865. as 2nd wife, to 

Esq., who d. 12 March, 1659.= Fry, who d. 11 Mary. Richard Frj\ who 

' June, 1872.= d. UH. d. la Nov. 1870.== 



Feb., 



A 



} 



Shiubbery.Wood- 

ford, Essex, J. P., 1 lifegu 

b. 5 Oct., 1838. I Sept.. 



Maclnnes. 
Rickerby, Cumb 
Darnel land, J.P„ M.; 
eldest son, b. 



=Euphemia. Richard Agatha Mary, 

dau. of A. Wm.Fry, m.zjune, 1864. 

Johnston. of I.iver- to Frank New- 

Esq., m. 1 pool, b. 24 ton Streatfeild, 

1 Dec, 1859. Apl.1846. Esq.-^ 



Henry Macin 

b. 1863. 
Neil, b. i86s. 



John, b. i8( 
kennie, b. 1 



trice'. 
Dora. 
Mary Eva. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Sept., 1866 ; Ida Gertrude, born 3 June, 1870 ; 
Blanche Mabel, born I Feb., 1872; Hilda Louisa, 
born 13 July, 1874. 
[2/-//t] Charles Henry (Reynolds), born , 

married , Beatrice Anna, only daughter 

of late Sir John Richardson, C.B. 
[3/-/,('] Emn\ Louisa (Reynolds). 
[4/-7/!'] Anna Maria, married, 2 March, 1865, as 2nd 
wife, to Capt. William Daniel Chapman, late Indian 
army, and has issue (see vol. iii.). 
[5/-//i'] Juliana (Reynolds), unmarried. 
(2^*^) Agatha (Reynolds), bom 7 Nov., iSoi ; died 
27 July, 1840; married Oct., 1819, to Jonathan 
Chapman (son of Abel Chapman and Rebecca Bell, see 
vol. iii.); he died 4 Feb., 18S2, having had 4 sons and 8 
daughters (see vol. iii.). 

(Zk''-8g) Anna Sophia (Reynolds), died 16 Nov., 1877 ; 
married 6 Sept., 1828, to General John Maclnnes, of 
Hampstead ; he died 12 March, 1859, leaving 2 .-sons 
and a daughter. 

[1] Miles MacInnes, of Rickerby, Cumberland, 
J.P., M.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon, born 21 Feb., 1830 ; 
married 1 Dec, 1859, Euphemia, daughter of Andrew 
Johnston, Esq., of Renny Hill, co. Fife (see page 138), 
and has had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

Henry (Maclnnes), born 16 June, 1863; Neil, 
born I [ Jan., 1865 ; John, born 4 Sept., 1866 ; 
Campbell, born 5 April, 1868, died 4 March, 1878 ; 
Rennie, bom 23 July, 1870; Grace, bom 4 Oct., 
i860 ; Dora, born 8 Nov., 1872 ; Mary Eva, born 
24 Sept., 1875. 
[2] John Reynolds, died s.p. 18 Nov., 1865, having 
married 6 Dec, 1S60, Anna Maria, daughter of John 
Gurney Hoare, Esq. (see vol. iii.). 
[3] Anna Grace. 
{<Ui-Sg) Rachel (Reynolds), died 15 March, 1872 ; 
married 4 Aug., 1825, to John Gurney Fry, who died 
II June, 1872, leaving 4 daughters (see GuRNEY 
pedigree, vol. iii.). 

Ifik-'Sg) Louisa, died unmarried 27 Nov., 1865. 
(<ok-Sg) Maria Elizabeth, died unmarried. 
{Ik-Sg) Emma (Reynolds), died 24 March, 1854; 
married Feb., 1837, as 2nd wife, to Richard Fry 
(see also vol. iii.), who died 12 Nov., 1S70, having 
had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard William (Fry), born 24 April, 1846. 
[2] Agatha Maria (Fry), married 2 June, 1864, to 
Frank Newton Streatfeild, C.M.G. comd. Fingo 
levies in Zulu war 1879 (see vol. iii.), and has 3 sons. 
Guy Edward (Streatfeild), born 8 May, 1S65 ; 
Richard Alexander, born 22 June, 1866 ; Frank 
Cyril, born 12 April, 1869. 
[3] Caroline Emma (Fry), born 17 Oct., 1850. 
[9^] Rachel (Barclay), born 13 March, 1782 ; died un- 
married. 

[10^] Maria (Barclay), born II Dec, 1785 ; died 4 June, 
1858; married at Dorking, 28 April, 1S14, to Robert 
Were Fox, F.R.S., of Penjerrick. Falmouth ; he died 25 



July, 1877, agedS 



vmgl 



land 2 daughters (/). 



{\l-iog) Robert (Fox), born 6 Sept., 1817 ; died at 
Cairo, 10 March, 1855 ; he married 10 Oct., 1S44, 
Jane Gurney, eldest daughter of Jonathan Backhouse, 
of Darlington ; she died at Pau. 10 April, i860, having 
had 4 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Robert (Fox), of Grove Hill, Falmouth ; 17TH IN 
DESCENT FROM EDWARD III. ; bom 31 July, 1845 ; 
married 3 Oct., 1867, Ellen Mary, daughter of 
Francis Bassett, of Heath, Leighton, Beds, and has 
a son and daughter. 

(1) Robert Barclay (Fox), born 24 July, 1S73. 

(2) Lilian Isabel, born 20 Nov., 1S68. 

[2] George Croker (Fox), J. P. Cornwall, bom 28 
Feb., 1S47; married 24 Jan., 1871, Ada Mary, eldest 
daughter of Baldwin Arden Wake, captain R.N. (see 
Foster's Baronetage), and has 3 sons and a danghti 



[^58] 



George Croker, born 28 Oct., 1871 ; Herewald 
Evelyn Croker, born 29 July, 1874 ; Cecil Croker, 
born 14 Nov., 1S79; Myra Caroline Arden, bom 
II March, 1873. 
[3] Henry Backhouse (Fox), born 5 March, 1849. 
[4] Joseph Gurney (Fox), born 9 Sept., 1850; 
married 9 July. 1873, Margaret May, youngest 
daughter of William Just, Esq., of Bank Fields, 
Cheshire. 

[S] Jane Hannah Backhouse, bom 5 Nov., 1852 ; 
married 2 May, 1881, as 2nd wife, to Horatio Noble 
Pym, and has 2 daughters. 
Caroline ; Yolande Sylvia. 
i^l-iog) Anna Maria (Fox), born 21 Feb., 1816. 
(3l-iog) Caroline (Fox), born 24 May, 1819; died 12 
Jan., 1871. 
['i.lg] Lucy (twin with Elizabeth), born 24 April, 1783 ; 
died s.p.. 4 Feb., 1859 ; married 27 Dec, 1810, to George 
Croker Fox, of Grove Hill, Falmouth, who died I July, 
1850. 

112^] Elizabeth (twin with Lucy), bom 24 April, 1783. 
[13?-] Martha, bom 9 Jan., 1788 ; died young. 
[14/] Martha, born 8 Dec, 1789 ; died 20 April, 1833; 
married July, 1821, to John Bromhead, C.B. (see 
Foster's Baromtage), col. 77th regt., which he com- 
manded at siege and capture of Badajoz, etc.; he died 
Feb., I S3 7, leaving a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Alexander Leslie (Bromhead), rector of Winwick, 
Northants, hon. canon of Peterborough, and rural dean ; 
born 25 Aug., 1822 ; died s.p. 26 May, 1876 ; married 
8 April, 1847, Susan, daughter of Right Rev. John 
Kaye, D.D., bishop of Lincoln. 

(2) Agatha Elizabeth (Bromhead). 

(3) Lucy, died s.p., 9 June, 1882; married 18 Oct., 
1855, as 2nd wife to Marshall Valentine Bull, late 
loth regt., It.-col. 1st Duke of Comwall's rifle vols. 

CHARLES BARCLAY, of Bury Hill, Surrey, 
high sheriff 1842, of Henstead, Suffolk, and 
of London, brewer, M.P. Southwark 1815-18, 
Dundalk 1826-30, West Surrey 1835-7 ; born 26 
Dec, 1780; died 5 Dec, 1855 ; married i Aug., 
1804, Anna Maria, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Kett, Esq., of Seething, Norfolk; she died 15 
March, 1840, having had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] AETHTJR KETT, of whom presently. 
[2] Robert, born 10 Aug., 1808; died 6 April, 1S43 ; 
married 16 Feb., 1830, Rachel, daughter of Osgood 
Hanbury, Esq., of Holfield Grange, Essex (see page 124), 
and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Hanbury, It.-col. 1st vol. batt. So. Staff, regt., 
born I June, 1836 ; married 20 July, 1S64, his cousin 
Adeline Henrietta, 3rd daughter of Arthur Kett Bar- 
clay, Esq., of Bury Hill (see next page), and has had 
3 sons and 2 daughters. 

Hubert Frederick, born 30 June, 1865; George 
Nevil, born 2 Jan., 1S67; Arthur Hayward, born 
13 Dec, 1868; Mabel Emily, died 20 Nov., 187S; 
Adeline Rachel, bom 14 May, 1872. 

(2) diaries, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., born 2 Oct., 
1837 ; married 30 Nov., 1875, Chariotte Cassandra, 
2nd daughter of Benjamin Cherry, of Brickendon 
Grange. Herts, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Charles Roger, born 9 Jan., 1878 ; Cicely Rachel 
Emily, born 2 Sept., 1876; Madeleine Anna, born 
18 June, 1879; Charlotte Cassandra, born 3 Oct., 
1SS2. 

(3) Anna Maria, died 29 Dec, 1877 ; married 10 
Aug., 1852. as 1st wife, to Sampson Hanbury, Esq., 
and had 2 sons and 3 daughters (see page 124). 

(4) Emily, married 2 Dec, 1S62, to Rev. Hayward 
Joyce, student and tutor of Christ Church, Oxon, vicar 



♦• THG + DESCEDT + OB •♦ 

Robert Fox, Esq, 

OF GROVE HILL, FALMOUTH, 



FROM THE 



IBIooD IRopal 




Edward I., cl•o^^•ned I9=f Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



^Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
of France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
d. 22 Aug. 1357-8. 



Edward II., crowned 23^ 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 Apl. 1284, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. 



Edward III., crowned i=f=Philippa, 3rd d. of William, 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. Mainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

I d. IS Aug. 1369. 



Catherine (3rd wife), d. of 
Sir Payn Roet, of Hainault 
(widow of Sir Otes Swyn- 
ford, Unt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, 
d. 10 May, 1403. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),: 
Duke of I.ancaster, Earl of 
Richmond, &c., b. 24 June, 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. 



Sir John Beaufort, Earl of=f=Margaret {3rd dau. of Tho- 



Somersjt and Marqut; 
Dorset, so cr. 1397, d, 
April, 1 4 10. 



mas, and sister and co-h. of 
Edmund Holland, Earl of 
Kent ; she re-m. to Thomas, 
Duke of Clarence, 2nd son 
of Hen. IV.),d.3i Dec. 1440. 



James I. of Scotland, =i= Joane, =T=Sir James Stewart, the 
d. 21 Feb. 143S. I Queen | Black Knight of Lorn. 



cots. 



Princess =George, 2nd E. SirJohnStew-=Margaret, dow.of Wil- 
Annabella I of Hunlly, d. art, Earl of I Ham. 8th Earl of Dou- 
(ist wife). I 8 June, 1501. Athole, 1457. glas (ist wife). 



Alexander,3rdEarl Huntly,=j=Janet Stewart, contract, 14 
d. at Perth, 16 Jan. 1523-4. Oct. 1474. 

John, Lord Gordon, o.v.p.=j=Margaret, "daughter" of 
5 Dec. 15 17. /KJames IV. 

A, 

continued above. 



Of Cnglann. 



coKtmued/,cm btlow. 
John, Lord Gordon=f=Margaret. 



Alexander Gordon, titular=T=Barbara Logic, of Kessog- 
archbp. of Athens, 1547, ton, in Swanwich. 
etc., d. II Nov. 1575. I 



=Genevieve (2nd wife), dau. 
of Gideon Betaw, lord of 
Maulet, d. 6 Dec. 1643. 



John Gordon, "gent.ofthe^ 
bedchamber to Charles IX., 
Hen. III., and Hen. IV." 
of France, dean of Salisbury 
1603, D.D. 1605, d. 3 Sept. 
1619. 



Louisa Gordon, only dau..^ 
b. 20 Dec. 1597, m. 16 Feb. 
1613. 



Sir Robert Gordon, of Gor- 
donstoun, Bart., vice-cham- 
berlain, P.C. Scotland, d. 
1656. 



Catherine Gordon, b. ii=j=CoI. David Barclay, of Urie. 
Jan. 1621, m. 26 Jan. 164S, I co. Kincardine, bd. 12 Oct. 
d. Mar. 1663. I 1686. 



Robert Barclay, of Urie,=rChristian, dau. of Gilbert 
"the Apologist," b. 23 Dec. I Molyson, baillie of Aber- 
1648, d. Oct. 1690. I deen, m. I Feb. 1670, d. 14 

I Feb. 1722-3. 



^Piiscilla (2nd wife), 
1 dau. of John Freame, 

, of London, banker, m. 
I 8 Aug. 1723, d. 9 Oct. 

A1769. 



wife), dau.— David B arclay, of 
Taylor, London, merchant, 
London, m. 12 b. 17 Sept. 1682, d. 
June, 1707, d. 3 18 May, 1769. 



:ander Barclay, of rhi-=i=Anne Hickman (ist wife), 
ladelpliia, b. 10 xi. 171 1, | =Rebecca Robinson (2nd 
d. 5 March, 1 77 1 



-=i=Anne 
, =Rel 
J wife). 



Robert Barclay, of Bury=i=Rachel (ist wife), dau. of 
Hill, Surrey, b. 13 Aug. John Gurney, of Keswick, 
1751, d. , 1830. d. 2 Jan. 1794. 



Anna, m. 15 Auk. Maria Barclay, b.^RobertWereFox, Others. 

Surrey, Dec. 178S. m,' Mary 1707, 10 Jacob Fos- 11 Dec, 1785, m. | Esq., F.R.S., of 
1842; M.P; SoSthwark, M.P. Sunderland, d. Elizabeth Freshfield. " . , r. _ 
etc., d. 5 Dec. 1855.= x July, i86i.= = 



ter Reynolds, Esq. 28 April, 1814, 



Peiijerrick, Fal 
mouth, d. zsJuly, 
1877. 



Robert Fox. of Falmouth, b. 6 Sept. i8i7.=j[ane Gumey, eldest dau. of Jonathan Backhouse, of Dar- Anna Maria C^JIf'i"^*^^)^'^^^', 
died at Cairo lo March, 1855. I lington, " " .- . - x^ . . r,^_ r ..«,„ 



. Oct. 1844, died at Pau lo April, i860. 



bert FoJt, of=f Ellen M.-iry, dau. 


Geor 




ofFrancisBassett, 


Kr.v 


uth. b. 31 


Esq., of Heath, 


wall, 


y. .845. 


Leighton, Beds, 
m. 3 Oct. 1867. 


1847 



-nry Back- Joseph Gurney Fox, Jane Hannah Backhouse 

of Capt. Wake, house Fox. b. o Sept. 1850, m. Fox, m i88i (as 2nd wife) 

R.N.,m. 24jan. b. 5 March, 9 July, 1S73. M^r- H. N^ym, and has two 

1871 184Q. garet May, dau. of daus.-r- 
W. Just, Esq. 



Croker Fox, b. 28 Oct. Cecil Croker Fox, 



[159] 



Nov. Caroline. 

Yoland Sylvia. 
My'ra Caroline Arden, b. il 
March, 1S73. 



TJie Descendants of the Kings of England. 



of Harrow-on-the-Hill, rural dean, and has 3 sons and 
4 daughters. 

Robert Barclay (Joyce), born 25 Sept., 1S63 ; George 
Hayvvard, born 13 Nov., 1864; Gilbert Cunning- 
ham, born 7 April, 1S66; Laura, born I Dec, 1867; 
Rachel Elinor, born 21 June, 1S69; Adela Emily, 
born 13 Feb., 1871 ; Amy Mary, born 12 May, 
1872. 
[3] Charles, died at Harrow, , 1823, aged 13. 

[4] ThomasGeorge, of Lower Woodside, Hatfield, Herts, 
J. P., born 15 July, 1819 ; married 7 Feb., 1844, Emily, 
daughter of Rev. James Joyce, vicar of Deriving. 
[5] Anna Maria, died 4 March, 181 2. 
[6] Caroline, died 7 July, 1878 ; married 18 March, 1837, 
to John Gurney Hoare, of the Hill, Middlesex, J. P., of 
Cromer, Norfolk, and of London, banker; died i6 Feb., 
1875, having had 3 sons and 3 daughters (see vol. iii.). 
[7] Rachel Juliana, married 20 April. 1847, as 2nd wife, 
to Joseph Hoare, of Childs Hill, Middlesex, J. P. (see 
Foster's Baronetage), s.p. 

ARTHUR RETT BARCLAY, of Bury Hill, 
^urrey, J. P., D.L., F.R.S., born 20 June, 
1806 ; died 20 Nov., 1869; married 20 Dec, 1836, 
Mary Octavia, daughter of Ichabod Wright, Esq., 
of Mapperley, Notts, and had 5 sons and 6 
daughters. 

[1] EOBEET, first named (see page 151). 
[2] Charles Arthur, born 16 Jan., 1839 ; married 10 
June, 1864, Emma Rhoda, daughter of John Bentley, 
Esq., of Birch House, co. Lane, and of London, and 
has had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
Ronald Arthur, born 10 May, 1865, died 24 Feb., 
1879 ; Ed«7n Frederick, born 20 July, 1S66 ; Oscar 
Francis, born 12 Aug., 1867; Rhoda Mary, born 11 
Sept., 1874 ; Hilda Constance, bom Oct., 1875, 
died II Nov., 1883. 
[3] Henry John, died young. 

[4] Frederick Kett, born 7 Aug., 1841 ; his wife, Annie, 
daughter of Thomas Dallimoie, Esq., of Bath, died s.p., 
26 Oct., l8Sc, aged 24. 
{5] Charles Wright, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1879, 



vicar of Little Amwell, Herts, since 1881, born 8 Oct., 
1853; married 10 March, 1881, Florence Louisa, 2nd 
daughter of Rev. Samuel Beddome Charlesworth, rector 
of Limehouse 1870-82, and has a son and 2 daughters. 
Cyril Charles, born il March, 1884; Magdalett 
Florence, born 24 Feb., 1S82; Muriel Alice, bom 
22 March, 1883. 
[6] Harriet Maria. 

[7] Rachel Caroline (a dame chevaliere of the Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem), married 24 Aug., 1S64, to 
James Gildea, of Holme Bury, Herts, major R. War- 
wickshire regt., a chevalier of justice of the Order of 
Jerusalem, (son of Very Rev. George Robert Gildea, 
provost of Tuam, etc.), and has had 3 sons and a 
daughter. 

James Barclay (Gildea), born 26 Jan., 1868, died 
28 July, 1S68 ; George Arthur, bom 4 Dec, 1870; 
Edward, born and died 27 Oct., 1879 ; Kathleen 
Octavia. 
[8] Adeline Henrietta, married 20 July, 1864, to her 
cousin, Hanbury Barclay, aforesaid. 
[9] Emily Octavia, married 14 July, 1868, to Reginald 
More Bray, Esq., of Shere, Guildford, and has 4 sons 
and 4 daughters. 

Reginald Arthur (Bray), born 20 If ay, 1869 -^ Edward 

Neville, bora 17 Dec, 1871 ; Jocelyn, born 7 April, 

1880 ; Francis Edmond, born 2 March. 18S2 ; Fanny 

Helen, born 12 June, 1870 ; Marjorie Rachel Mary, 

born 20 Dec, 1S73; Lilian Emily, born 20 June, 

1876; Olive, born 17 June, 187S. 

[10] Margaret, married i July, 1869. to Sir Arthur Temple 

Felix Clay, Bart., of Burrow's Lea, Surrey, and has 2 

sons. 

(1) William Temple (Clay), born 23 June. 1870. 
(8) George Felix Neville, bom 24 Nov., 1871. 
[11] Neville Juliana, married 17 May, 1876, to Rev. 
Charles Lea Wilson, vicar of Old Radford, Notts, since 
18S0, and has had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 
Ernest Barclay (Wilson), born 6 July, 1878, died 3 
Sept. following; Harold Wright, bom 6 Dec, 1880; 
Bertram Lea, born 12 Dec, 1881 ; Cuthbert Arthur 
Lea, born 23 Sept., 1883; Evelyn Neville, born 28 
Feb., 1877 ; Margaret Edith, bom 18 Aug., 1879. 



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Barclay, of Maihers. 



LINEAGE 

Of Barclay, of Mathers. 

The follnvitig meagre narrative, ivhich is reprinted from the family memoirs compiled by Robert 
Barclay, tlie son of the apologist, about 1740, is of little or no importance. 



ALEXANDER DE BERKELEY (or Barclay), of Mathers, 
in right of his wife. Catharine, eldest daughter of Sir 
Edward Keith, designated Great Marischal of Scotland ; 
Mathers was granted to Alexander and Catharine Barclay by 
Sir William Keith (brother of Catharine), charter I35r, con- 
firmed by King David Bruce, 18 March, 21 A" reg., and had 
a son, 

David de Berkeley, of Mathers, married , daugh- 

ter of John de Seton, and had a son, 

Alexander de Berkeley, of Mathers, married Helen 
Graeme, of Morphie, and had a son, 

David de Berkeley, of Mathers, married Elizabeth 
Strachan, of Thomton-in-the-Mearns, and had a son, 

Alexander Barclay, of Mathers, said to have been the 
first of his family to have spelt his name as now written, 
living 1483 ; married Catharine Wishart, of Pittarrow, and 
had a son, 

David Barclay, of Mathers, married Janet Irvine, of 
Drum, and had a son, 

Alexander Barclay, of Mathers, sold the lands of 
Slains and Falside-in-the-Meams to Andrew Moncur, of 
Knapp, 1497 : married Marjory, yoxmger daughter and co- 
heir of James Auchinleck, laird of Glenbervie, and had a son, 

George Barclay, of Mathers, married Marjory, daugh- 
ter of Sir James Ochterlony, of Ochterlony and KelUe, and 
had a son, 

tl] GEOKCtE, of whom presently. 
)AviD Barclay married audly, Catharine Home, and had 
a son and daughter. 



[2] John, of Johnston-in-the-Meams, 1560, ancestor of the 
family seated there (now belonging to Mrs. Pearson, named 
on page 154). and of Barclay of Balmaquean. 
[3j , daughter, married to Fullarton, of Kinnaber. 

riEORGE BARCLAY, of Meams, married ist, Mary, 
'J^ daughter of Sir Thomas Erskine, of Brechin, secretary 
of state to James V. of Scotland, and had a son, 
[1] Thomas, of Mathers, married Janet Straiton, of Lauris- 
ton. and died before his father, leaving a son, 

DAVID, of whom presently. 
George Barclay married 2ndly, Margaret Wood, of Bon- 
nington-in-Angus, and had a son, 

[1] Alexander, of Bridgetoun and Jackstoun-in-the-Meams, 
ancestor of George Barclay, merchant of Banff about 1740. 

DAVID BARCLAY, of Mathers, lived much at Court, 
and was compelled to sell the estate of Mathers, etc., 
born 1580; married EUzabeth, daughter of Sir John Living- 
ston, of Dunipace, and had 3 sons and a daughter. 
[1] John, died young. 
[3J Alexander, died young. 

[3] David, married Katharine Gordon (as in the text, page 
152)- 

[4j Robert, rector of the Scots College, Paris. 
[iSJ James, a captain of horse in his brother David's regt. : 
killed at Philiphaugh. 

[«] Anne (living 1682), married ist to Douglas, of 

TiUiewhilly, and had a daughter ; she re-married (contract 
21 May, 1649), as 2nd wife, to David Strachan, bishop o£ 
Brechin 1662 until his death, 9 Oct., 1671. 



[161] 



4 Thg-!- DescenT + oB ■!• 

George Augustus Haig, Esq., 

OF PEN ITBON, RADNOR, J.P., 

FROM THE 



1510011 mogal 




of Cnglano. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Edward II., crowned 23=f Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, 12S4, of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1357. 



Edward III., crowned i=f=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, liam, Count of Holland and 
d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

' d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke=pElizabeth (ist wife), dau. 



of Clarence, Earl of Ulster, 
and Lord of Connaught and 
Trim. Ireland, b. 29 Nov. 
1338, d. 17 Oct. 1368. 



and heir of William 
Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
scended from Joan of Acre, 
m. 1352, d. 1363. 



Philippa of Clarence, only=j=Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 
child, b. 16 Aug. 1355, m. of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
1368. ! d. at Cork 27 Dec. 1381. 

Elizabeth Mortimer (eldest=pSirThomasdeCamois,K.G., 
dau.), b. at Usk 12 Feb. of Broadwater,Sussex,baron 
1371, m. 1st to Henry of park., d. 28 Mar. 9 Hen. 
"Hotspur," and had issue. V. {2nd husband). 

Sir Richard de Camois,=i=Joan Poynings. 
o-v-P- J 

Alianor de Camois, co-h. of=j=Sir Roger Lewknor, of 
her brother Hugh. I Ho " " 

I 18 



Nicholas Lewknor, of Par-=i=Elizabeth, sister and co-h. 
ham and Viance, living 14 I of Sir William Radmylde, 
Edwd. IV., 1473. I and greaj-niece of Alianor 

/)\de Camois, aforesaid. 

A, 
contitiited above. 



A, 

continued from below. 
Nicholas Lewknor=rElizabeth Radmylde. 



Edward Lewknor, of King-=f(? Sibella) dau. of Sir Ed- 
ston Bowsey, Sussex, will mund Ellmgham, Kni. (1st 
dated 20 Dec. 1522, pr. 30 wife). 
Oct. following. I 



Eleanor Lewknor(2nd ' 



ife).=fSir William Wroughton, of 
I Broad Hinton, Wilts, Knt. 



Sir Thomas Wroughton, of=f=Anne (2nd wife), dau. and 
Broad Hinton, d. 4 June, co-h. of John Barwick, or 
1597, ai^ed 56. I Berwick, of Wilcot, WilU. 



Sir George Wroughton, of=j=A-nn, dau. of Robert Gibbs, 
Wilcot, Wilts (3rd son), of Honington, CO. Warwick. 
a" 1623. I 



Mary Wroughton(2nd dau.),=f Sir Robert Wolseley, Bart., 
aged 15 in 1620. d. 21 Sept. 1646. 



Sir Charles Wolseley, 2nd=T=Anne, youngest dau. of 
bart., M.P., d. Oct. 1714. William Fiennes, Viscount 
Saye and Sele. 



Richard Wolseley, of Mount=f Frances, dau. of John Bur- 
Arrow, co.Carlow (4th son), I neston, Esq., m. 1688. 
d. 1725. 

Sir Wm. Wolseley, =j=Anne Field- Sir Richard, created 
Sth bart., d. 12 May, I house. a bart. 1744 (see vol. 

1779- ••' P- 59)- 



Sir William Wolseley, 6th=j=Charlotte Barbara, dau. of 
bart., b. 24 Aug. 1740, m. Zachary Chambers, of Wim- 
2 July, 1765, d. 5 Aug. bledon, Surrey. 

1787. 



Sir Charles, 7th bart.. Other Caroline Mary, m.=i=Robert Haig, of Roebuck Cecilia, 
b 20 July, 1769, d. 3 issue. 7 Aug. 1798, d. 10 and Dodderbank, co. June, 
Oct. 1846.=!= July. 1833^ ^Dublin, d. 19 Aug. 1845. 

Sir Charles, John, 

8thbart.,b.6 Williai 

May, 1S13, Charle 

d. 15 May, m.with 
l8S4-=r 



James, Geo.Augi.\stusHaig,= 
Henry, of Pen Ithon, Rad- 
bothm. nor,J.P.,b. I3june, 
with is- 1820; 17th in de- 
sue, scent from King 
Edward III. 



-Anne Eliza, 
dau. of Capt. 
Michael Ed- 
win Fell, m. 28 
July, .848. 



30=f=Charles Prowett, 

d. I rector of Staple- 

27 Nov. 1857. ^ford,d.8Feb.i8s2. 



Maria, m. 
to Rev. Jas. 
01dham.=p 



to Thomas toRev.Chas. 

Haig.ofBon- B. Lowe.=T= 

nington.=i= /K 
A 



Sir Charies, 9th bart., b. 4 Chas. Edwin=f=Janet Stein, dau. Alexander. Janet, m. to Rose, m. loj. 

July, 1846, m. 18 July, 1S83, Haig, J. P. I of John Haig, of Cecil. G.F.Boyd. H.Thomas. 

Anita Theresa, eldest dau. Radnor, bar- Cameron House, Edric Edith Caro- Sybil, m. to D. 

ofD. T. Murphy, Esq., of at-law, b. 14 co. Fife, m. 18 line. A.Thomas. 

San Francisco, California. June, 1849. | April, 1871. 

Roland Chas. Haig, Rachel Dorothy 

b. I Feb. 1873. Wolseley Haig. 

[162] _ 



Charlotte 
Wolseley 
Haig. 




HAIG, ROBERT GEORGE, of Melbourne, 
Australia, founder's kin at Winchester and 
New Coll., Oxon; (son of John Haig, see page 

175), i8TH IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD III. ; bom 

22 April, 1827 ; married at Brighton, Victoria, 17 
Feb., 1875, Anna Maria, daughter of William 
Hackett (2nd son of Rev. Edward Hackett, rector 
of Erroy, Cashel), and has a daughter, 
Florence Jane, born 24 Oct., 1S76. 





The Descent of 
Robert George Haig, of Melbourne, 

FROM 

THE Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD III., King of 
England, Earl of Ches- 
ter 1320, Duke of Aqui- 
taine. Count of Pon- 
thieu and Montreuil 1325 ; 
crowned at Westminster 
in his father's lifetime, i 
Feb., 1327; defeated the 
Scots at Halidon Hill, 
1333. In 1339 he assumed 
the style of " King of France and England, and 
Lord of Ireland," and quartered the arms of 
France in the first quarter ; gained a great naval 
victory over the French off Sluys 1340, and won 
the celebrated battle of Cressy 26 Aug., 1346 ; 
17 Oct. following the Scots were defeated at 
Neville Cross, and King David II. taken prisoner 
to London, where he remained nearly 11 years. 
Instituted the order of the Garter 1349. His 
son, the BLACK PRINCE, defeated the French 
at the battle of Poictiers, 19 Sept., 1356, and 
brought King John prisoner to London, where he 
remained nearly 5 years (for further particulars 
see Royal Lineage, Foster's Peerage). The 
king died at Sheen, Surrey, 21 June, 1377, having 
had, with other issue, a son, 

[I 



LIONEL OF ANTWERP, K.G., bom there 
29 Nov., 1338, lie"t. of Ireland 8 Sept., 1361, 
Duke of Clarence, of the honour of Clare, Suffolk, 
so created 1362 ; created earl of Ulster and lord 
of Connaught and Trim in Ireland, by virtue of 
his first marriage ; died at Longueville, in Pied- 
mont, 17 Oct., 1368, having married ist, 1352, 
Elizabeth, daughter and heir of William de Burgh, 
Earl of Ulster (whose mother Elizabeth was 
youngest sister and co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, 
Earl of Hertford and Gloucester, who fell at Ban- 
nockbum 13 13, son of Joan of Acre, daughter of 
Edward I.) ; she died in Dublin 1363 ; he married 
2ndly, 1368, Violanta, daughter of Galeazzo, Duke 
of Milan ; she re-married to Otho PaleologTis, 
Marquis of Montferrat ; by his ist marriage he 
had an only daughter, 

PHILIPPA OF CLARENCE, bom 16 Aug., 
1355, baptized at Eltham, Kent ; married 
1368, to Edmund Mortimer, 3rd earl of March, 
lord of Wigmore, lieut. of Ireland 3 Richard II. ; 
died at Cork 27 Dec, 1381, having had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

ELIZABETH MORTIMER, bom at Usk 12 
Feb., 1371 ; died 20 April, 1417, having 
married ist to Henry, Lord Percy, " Hotspur," 
son of Henry, Earl of Northumberland, who was 
slain at the battle of Shrewsbury 23 July, 1403, 
leaving issue ; she re-married as 2nd wife to Sir 
Thomas de Camois, K.G., of Broadwater, Sussex, 
who had summons to parliament (7 Richard II. 
to 8 Henry V.), 1384-1421 ; he commanded the 
left wing of the English army at Agincourt ; he 
died 28 March, 1421, inq. p.m. 10 and 27 May 
same year, monumental inscription Trotton, 
Sussex, and had, with other issue, a son, 

SIR RICHARD DE CAMOIS, married Joan 
Poynings, and died in the lifetime of his 
father, leaving a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Hugh, I.ord Camoys, died s.p. under age 12-13 Aug. 
4 Ilinry VI., 1426, iiiq. p.m. 7 Oct. 5 Henry VI. 
[2] Margaret (co-heir of her brother Hugh), married to 
Ralph Radmylde, of Broadwater, Sussex, who died 3 
Aug. 21 Henry VI, leaving a son. 



63] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England^ 



Robert Radmylde, of Broadwater, died 22 June 

35 Henry VI., inq. p.m. 36 Henry VI. ; married (grant 
of marriage 21 Henry VI.) Emelj'n, daughter of James 
Fiennes, Lord Saye and Sele, and had a son and 2 
daughters. 

(1) Sir William Radmylde, died s.p., his will dated 
28 Jan. (14 Henry VII.), 1499, proved 26 March fol- 
lowing ; he betrothed to Jane Howard, daughter of 
John, 1st Duke of Norfolk; her will dated 18 Jan., 
1500; died 20 Feb. same year. 

(2) Margaret, married as 1st wife to John Goring, of 
Burton, Sussex, whose will dated 23 July, 1495, 
proved 9 Nov. following, leaving issue ; ancestor of 
Lord Camoys (see Foster's Peerage). 

(3) Elizabeth, married to Nicholas, son of Sir Roger 
Lewknor (named below). 

[3] Alianor, married to Sir Roger Lewknor, of Horsted 
Keynes, Sussex, who died 18 Edward IV., inq. p.m. 27 
Sept. 19 Edward IV., leaving, with other issue, a son, 
viz., 

NICHOLAS LEWKNOR, of Parham and 
Viance, married Elizabeth, younger sister 
and co-heir of Sir William Radmylde aforesaid, 
and had, with other issue, a son, 

EDWARD LEWKNOR, of Kingston Bowsey, 
Susse.x ; married ist(? Sibella), daughter of 
Sir Edmund EUinghara, Knt. ; his will dated 20 
Dec, 1522, proved 30 Oct. following; had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

ELEANOR LEWKNOR, married as and wife 
to Sir William Wroughton, of Broad Hinton, 
Wilts ; knighted at Leith 11 May, 1544, and had, 
with other issue, a son, 

SIR THOMAS WROUGHTON, of Broad 
Hinton, knighted 1574 ; married 2ndly, Ann, 
daughter and co-heir of John Barwick, or Berwick, 
of Wilcot, Wilts, and died 4 June, 1597, aged 56, 
leaving, with other issue, a son, 

SIR GEORGE WROUGHTON, of Wilcot, 
Wilts, knighted at Salisbury 10 Aug., 1618, 
3rd son anno 1623; married Ann, daughter of 
Robert Gibbs, of Honington, co. Warwick, arm., 
by his wife Kathgirine, daughter of William Porter, 
of Aston, CO. Glouc, and had a son and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Francis, son and heir, aged 20 at the Herald's visita. 
tion of Wilts, 1623. 

[2] Ann, married to Richard, son'of Sir William Kings- 
mill, Knt., of Hants. 

[3] Mary, aged 15 in 1623; married to Sir Robert 
Wolseley, Baronet, so created 24 Nov., 1628 (2nd son 
of John Wolselej', Esq., of Stafford, for whose lineage 
see vol. i., page 61), clerk of the king's letters patent ; he 
died 21 Sept., 1646, aged 59, buried in Colwich church. 
Staff., where is a marble monument with his effigy 
cumbent thereon, etc., and had 5 sons and 6 daughters. 

(1) SIK CHAKIES, succeeded as 2nd hart. 

(2) Robert, (3) Thomas, (4) Ralph, who all died 
unmarried. 

(6) WHliam (Colonel), accompanied King William 
into Ireland, commanded the Inniskillen men at the 
memorable battle of the Boyne, and for his ser\'ices 
promoted to brigadier on the Irish establishment, had 
the command of a regt. of horse and was made master 



of the ordnance, privy councillor, and a lord justice of 
Ireland, M.P. Longford, Ireland 1692-5, 1695, ad- 
mitted to King's Inns, Dublin, 9 June, 1697, in which 
year he died unmarried. 

(6) Penelope, wife 1st of Fountaine, of Ireland, 
and 2ndly, of Richard Edwards, of Old Court, co. 
Wicklow ; she died s.p. 

(7) Mar3', died unmarried. 

(8) Frances, died 1702, having married to John, 3rd 
son of Sir Lewis Dives, of Bromham, Beds, Knt. 

(9) Mary, married to Thomas Nevill, Esq., of Holt, co. 
Leic. 

(10) Anne, married to Copwood HoUins, Esq., of 
Ditton, CO. Staff. 

(11) Dorothy, died unmarried. 

SIR CHARLES WOLSELEY, 2nd bart., M.P. 
CO. Staff. 1654-5, 1656-8, one of the lord pro- 
tector's council, M.P. Stafford 1660 ; married 
Anne (Fiennes), youngest daughter of William, 
Lord Viscount Saye and Sele ; he died 9 Oct., 
1714, aged 85, buried in Colwich church aforesaid, 
having had, with 10 daughters, 7 sons (see vol. i., 
page 59)- 

[1] Robert, M.P. Taghmon, Ireland, 1695, admitted to 
Gray's Inn 14 May, 1667, envoy-extraordinary to the 
elector of Bavaria 3 March, 1691-2, until his death in 
1697 ; unmarried. 

[2] Charles, married Elizabeth, relict of Edward Tildesley, 
of Masco Forest, co. pal. Lane, elder daughter of Adam 
Beaumont, of 'Whitley Beaumont, Yorks, Esq., and died 
s.p. 

[3] Fiennes, died young. 

[4] Sir William, 3rd bart., a merchant at Aleppo, Syria, 
1697 ; drowned S July, 1728, aged 69, buried in Colwich 
church, near his father. 

[5] Sir Henry, 4th bart., died unmarried , 1730. 

[6] RICHAED, of whom presently. 

[7] James, married Christian Merritt, of Ireland, and 
had a daughter. 

RICHARD WOLSELEY, of Mount Arrow 
(Wolseley), co. Carlow, capt. in King 
William's army in Ireland, M.P. Carlow 1703-13, 
1715 until his death, shortly before 16 Sept., 1725; 
he married, 1688, Frances, daughter and heir of 
John Bumeston, Esq., of Ireland, andhad4 sons(<z). 

[la] Charles, died young. 

[2a] SIR 'WILLIAM, 5th bart., died 12 May, 1779 (see 

page 170). 

[3fi] Robert, married , daughter of Waring, 

of Kilkenny (by his vrife, Miss Neville), and had a son 

(see vol. i., page 56). 

[4a] Sir Richard Wolseley, of Mount Wolseley (formerly 

Mount Arran), co. Carlow, M.P. 1727-60, 1761-8, created 

a B.\RONET OF Ireland 19 Jan., 1744; died April, 1768, 

having married May, 1727, Alicia, widow of William, 

youngest son of Sir John Rogerson, Knt., 4th daughter 

of Sir Thomas Molyneux, Bart., of Castle Dillon, co. 

Armagh, and had 3 sons and a daughter (4).# 

{\b-4a) Sir Richard, 2nd baronet; died 28 July, 1871, 
having married Letitia, only daughter and heir of 
Anthony Marlay, of Celbridge, co. Kildare, bar.-at- 
law, commissioner of appeals (who was brother of 



%{.V'-4a) Catherine, only daughter of Sir Richard Wolseley, 
married 1st, in June, 1752, as and wife, to Thomas Burgh, of 
Oldtown, Esq,, vho died 23 June, 1759, leaving issue ; she re- 
married to Ven. Caulfield Byrne Caulfield, archdeacon of Clogher 
1788 until his death, 23 Nov., 1803. 



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♦•TThe + Descent + ob^^ 



John Wolseley Fetherstonhaugh, Esq., 



OBlooD iRoyal 




of (JEncjIano. 



Edward I., crowned l9=i=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Ip IV. 



Edward II., crowned 23=j=Isobel, dau. of Phil 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, 12S4, of France, m. 28 Jan 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1357. 



Edward III., crowned i=f=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
liam, Count of Holland and 



Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, 
d. 21 June, 1377. 



Hainault, ni. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke=i=Elizabeth (ist wife), dau. 
of Clarence, Earl of Ulster, I and heir of William de 
and Lord of Connaught and | Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
Trim, Ireland, b. 29 Nov. I scended from Joan of Acre, 
1338, d. 17 Oct. 1368. m. 1352, d. 1363. 



Philippa of Clarence, only=j=Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 
child, b. 16 Aug. 1355> n>- I of March, ILeut. of Ireland, 
136S. d. at Cork 27 Dec. 1381. 



Elizabeth Mortii 



dau ), b. at Usk 12 Feb. 
1371, m. 1st to Henry 
" Hotspur," and had issue. 



(eldest=pSirThomasdeCamois.K.G., 



of Broadwater, Sussex, baron 
of parlt., d. 28 Mar. 9 Hen. 
V. (2nd husband). 



Sir Richard de Camois,=fJoan Poynings. 

"•^■•;i I 

Alianqr de Camois, co-h. of=j=Sir Roger Lewknor, of 
her brother Hugh. Horsted Keynes, Sus.^ .'x, d. 

I 18 Edwd. IV. 

, J 

Nicholas Lewknor, of Par-=j=Elizabeth, sister and co-h. 

ham and Viance, living 14 of Sir William Radniylde, 

Edwd. IV., 1473. I and great-niece of Alianor 

/Kde Camois, aforesaid. 

A, 

continued ahffve. 



continued /rojn helow, 

Nicholas Lewknor=pElizabeth Radmylde 
Edward Lewknor, of King-=j=(? Sibella) dau. of Sir Ed' 



ston Bowsey, Sussex, will 
dated 20 Dec. 1522, pr. 30 
Oct. following. 



mund EUingham, Knt. (ist 
wife). 



Eleanor Lewknor(2ndwife).=i=Sir William Wroughton, of 
Broad Hinton, Wilts, Knt. 

Sir Thomas Wroughton, of=j=Anne (2nd wife), dau. and 
Broad Hinton, d. 4 June, co-h. of John Barwick, or 
1597, aged 56. I Berwick, of Wilcot, Wilts. 

Sir George Wroughton, of=i=Ann, dau. of Robert Gibbs, 
Wilcot, Wilts (3rd son), 1 of Honington, co. Warwick. 
a- 1623. I 



Mary Wroughton(2nd dau.),=f=Sir Robert Wolseley, Bart., 
aged 15 in 1620. d. 21 Sept. 1646. 

I • ' 

Sir Charles Wolseley, 2nd=i=Anne, youngest dau. of 
bart., M.P., d. Oct. 1714. I William Fiennes, Viscount 
Saye and Sele. 



Richard Wolseley, of Mount=j=Frances, dau. of John Bur- 
Arrow, CO. Carlow (4th son), neston, Esq. , ; 
d. 1725. 



Sir Wm. Wolseley, Sir Richard, created=Alicia, widow of Wm. 

5th bart., d. 12 a bart. 1744 (see vol. I Rogerson, dau. of Sir 

May, 1779.= i., p. 59), d, April, Thos. Molyneux, Bart., 

/K 1768. m. May, 1727. 



G.-irnet Joseph=Frances Anne, dau. of 
Wolseley, major I Wm. Smith, of Golden 
23th K.O. bor- BridgeHo.,co.Dublin, 
derers, d. 1840. m. 1825, d. 1883. 



Catherine Wol-^Francis Fether- Sir 



seley,m. 3iDec. 
1S30, d. 8 J: 
1845. 



Whiterodt', 
Longford. 



;.C.E.,G.C.M.G.,] 



June, 1833.= 



A 



John WoI-=Theodosia S., 
seley Fether- I dau. of late R. 
stonhaugh, b. Dickinson, of 
23 March, | Dublin, m. i 
1S34. I June, 1858. 

I 



William Al-= 
bany Fether- 
stoiihaugh, 
major in the 
army, b. 13 
Jan. 1836. 



:Naomi Ruth, 
dau. of late T. 
Palmer, Esq., 
ofMelksham, 
m. 4 Nov. 
1S75. 



Clement Wolseley 
retherstonhaugh,late 
of 3rd regt., m. 1880, 
Charlotte E., dau. of 
Rev. W. Bourke, 
rector of Lacken. 



Richard Henry 
Fetherstonhaugh, 
m. Katherine, 
dau. of George 
Wynne, Esq., of 
WicUlow. 



Frederick 
Geo. Fether- 
stonhaugh, 
m. Susan 
Stephenson, 
and d. s.p. 



Robert, b. 19 Francis Percy, 
April, 1859. 9 June, i86i. 



John Wolseley, b. 
17 June, 1 866. 



Edward, b. 10 Gertrude 
Dec. 1869. Stella. 



[ 165 1 



William, b. Talbot, 
1876. 1877. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Richard, bishop of Waterford, sons of Sir Thomas 
Marlay, K.B., lord chief justice Ireland, who was 
brother of George, bishop of Waterford), and had a 
son and daughter (see vol. i., page 59). 
i2b-4a) Clement, of Wolseley Bridge, col. in the 
army; died iSlI, having married Catherine, daughter 
of Very Rev. Arthur St. George (see Foster's Baronet- 
age), dean of Ross, and had 4 sons (see vol. i., page 59). 
(3A-4a) WilHam, rector of Tullycorbet and Clonte- 
bert, formerly capt. Sth hussars, served during the 
seven years' war, took a standard at Dettingen, ad- 
mitted to the Middle Temple 9 June, 1750; died 

, 1800, halving married Jane, only child of 
Samuel Hulbert, of Corsham, Wilts, and had 6 sons 
and 8 daughters (c). 

[Ic-ji] William, rector of Glenarne and Dunaghy, 

B.A: Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1794; married Winifred, 

daughter of Cadwallader Edwards, Esq., of Balla- 

hire, co. Wexford, and had 4 sons (see vol. i., page 

60). 

[Zc-jA] Henry Hulbert, rector of Saintfield, B.A. 

Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1798; married and died s.p. 

[3c-jA] Charles, rector of Tullycorbet, B.A. Trin. 

Coll., Dublin, 1 798; married and died s.p. 

[4(r-j6] John, M.D. ; married and had 2 sons and 

2 daughters (d). 

(Id-^c) Robert (deceased), married. 
(2d-4c) Richard, married, represented by William 
Richard Wolseley, of the Land Estates Court, 
Ireland, and John St. George Wolseley, major 
Cheshire regt., bom 19 Dec, 1839. 
(Zd-^c) Maria, married. 

lid-^c) Catherine, died 8 Jan., 1S45, having mar- 
ried 31 Dec., 1831, to Francis Fetherstonhaugh, 
of Whiterock, co. Longford, and had 6 sons and 
S daughters (e). 

We-^dl Francis Robert (Fetherstonhaugh); died 

unmarried. 

[2e-4d'[ John Wolseley (Fetherstonhaugh), bom 

23 March, 1834; married I June, 1858, Theo- 

dosia Stella, daughter of late Robert Dickinson, 

clerk of peace for city of Dublin, and has 4 

sons and a daughter. 

Robert, bom 19 April, 1859; Francis Percy, 

lieut. 1st R. East Middlesex mil., born 9 June, 

1861 ; John Wolseley, bom 17 June, 1S66 ; 

Edward, born 10 Dec, 1869; Gertrude 

Stella. 

\Ze-4d] William Albany (Fetherstonhaugh), 

lieut.-col. in the army, retd., late capt. I2th 

regt., served throughout the New Zealand 

war 1863-6, etc., born 13 Jan., 1S36; married 

4 Nov., 1875, Naomi Ruth, daughter of late 

Thomas Palmer, of Melksham, Wilts, and has 

2 sons and a daughter. 

William Albany, born 24 Oct., 1876 ; Talbot 
Wolseley, bora 29 Nov., 1S77 ; Isabelle Naomi 
Muriel. 
[4e-^rf] Clement Wolseley (Fetherstonhaugh), 
late 73rd regt., born 7 Sept., 1839; married 
20 July, iSSo, Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter of Rev. William Bourke, of Heath- 
field, CO. Mayo, and rector of Lacken. 
[be-4d] Richard Henry (Fetherstonhaugh), born 
19 Oct., 1840; married 2 Nov., 1870, Katherine, 
eldest daughter of George Wynne, Esq., of 
Wicklow. 

[6e-4d] Frederick George (Fetherstonhaugh), 
bom 24 May, 1843; died s.p., having married 
, Susan Stephenson, of Canada; 
she re-married. 

[7e-4d] Katherine Emily (Fetherstonhaugh), 
married , 1854, to Edward, son of Sir 

James Dombrain, of Dublin. 
[8e-4d'\ Sarah (Fetherstonhaugh), married 

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April, 1863, to Robert, son of Rev. Charles 
Gayer, of Dingle, co. Kerry. 
[9e-4d] Maria Josephine (Fetherstonhaugh), 
married 16 April, 1S62, to Herbert Taylour, 
Esq., son of T Smith-Taylcur, Esq., of 

Corballis, and has a son and 2 daughters. \ 

Herbert Fetherston Taylour, bom 12 July, 
1868; Evelyn Maud Kate; Helen Beatrice. 
[10c-4d] Charlotte (Fetherstonhaugh), married 
19 Jan., 1865, to Rev. Henry William Gayer, 
(son of late Arthur Gayer, Esq., of Dublin, 
ecclesiastical commissioner), B.A. Trin. Coll., 
Dublin, 1858, vicar of Newcastle, co, Wicklow, 
1S83, of Coolock, CO. Dublin, 1879-83, of Ballina- 
clash 1873-9. 

[lle-4d] Emily (Fetherstonhaugh), unmarried. 
[Sc-jb] Garnet Joseph (Wolseley), major 25th King's 
own borderers; died , 1840, aged 62; mar- 

ried, , 1825, Frances Anne, daughter of Wm. 

Smith, of Golden Bridge House, co. Dublin ; she 
died 7 Oct., 1883, having had, with 3 daughters, 
4 sons, of whom the eldest, , 

Sir Garnet Joseph Wolseley, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
Baron Wolseley, of Cairo, and of Wolseley, CO. 
Stafford, so created 25 Nov., 1881 ; LL.D. Dublin 
18S3, born 4 June, 1S33 ; married 4 June, 1867, 
Louisa, daughter of Alexander Erskine, and has 
a daughter, 

Hon. Frances Margaret. 
[Gc-jb] Robert Benjamin, major in the army, died 
, 1870, aged 80, having married 1820, 
Alicia, widow of Rev. John Townsend, daughter of 
Sir Robert Warren, Bart. ; she died 1870, having 
had 2 sons (see vol. i., page 60), 
[7c-jA] Sophia (Wolseley), married to Rev. Robert 
Marsh, rector of Killynan, co. Galway, and had an 
pnly son. 

Sir Henry Marsh, created a baronet 13 March, 
1839, M.D. Trin. Coll., Dublin, M.R.I.A,, physician 
in ordinary to the Queen in Ireland; died I Dec, 
i860; married 1st, Anne, widow of William' 
Arthur, Esq., daughter of Thomas Crowe, Esq., of' 
Ennis, CO. Clare ; she died 2 Nov., 1846; he mar- 
ried 2ndly, 28 Aug., 1856, Mary, widow of Thomas 
Kemmis, Esq., of Shaen House, Queen's County, 
daughter of Rev. Robert Jelly, of Portarlington ; 
by his 1st wife he had an only son. 

Sir Henry Marsh, 2nd bart.; major 3rd dragoon 
guards; died unmarried 27 May, 1S68. 
[8f-ji] Emily (Wolseley), married to John Kilkenny, 
Esq., and died s.p, 

[9c-jb] Louisa, Sied , 1846, having married 14 

Sept., 1S02, to Rev. Andrew O'Beirae, LL.D. and 
T.C.D. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1819, M.A. 1818, incum- 
bent of Lagan Vale, co. Antrim, 1818-36, head-master. 
Portora royal school, Enniskillen, 1821-36; he died 
there 1S36, having had 8 sons and 6 daughters (/). 
(I/-9C) Andrew (O'Beirne), born 9 July, 1803 ; 
died unmarried 12 Aug., 1834. 
(2/-9C) Charles, bom 15 Feb., 1809; died unmar- 
ried 14 March, 1833. 

(3/-9C) Michael William, bom 12 June, 181 1; 
died s.p. 6 April, 1836; married , 1S35, 

Miss Fergusson, who re-married to Mr. Blood. 
(4/-OC) Robert Reid, born 22 Feb., died 23 May, 
1813. 

(5/-9C) Thomas Lewis, born II March, 1818; died 
unmarried March, 1843. I 

(Gf-gc) Alexander Ivanowitch, born 12 July, 1819 ; 
died in Peterborough, Canada West, between 
1870 and 1876; married Ann, daughter of Robert 
Reid, of White Abbey, co. Antrim, and had 2 
sons and a daughter. 

[1] Charies (O'Beirne), of Verden, Manitoba, 
America; unmarried. 



« THE -5* DESCENT -(- OB ♦ 

Gen. Lord Wolseley, g.c.b., g.c.m.g. 



IBIooD Jaopal 




of €nglanB. 



Edward I., crowned i9=Eleanor (1st wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crowned 23=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 Apl. 1284, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1357. 



Edward III., crowned i=Pliilippa, 3rd d. of William, 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. I Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

d. IS Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke^Elizabeth (1st wife), dau. 



of Clarence, Earl of Ulsti 
and Lord of Connaught 
and Trim, Ireland, b. 29 
Nov. 1338, d. 17 Oct. 136S. 



heir of .William 
Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
scended from Jo.-m of Acre, 
m. 1352, d. 1363. 



Philippa of Clarence, only^Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 
child, b. 16 Aug. 1355, m. I of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
" , Cork, 27 Dec. 1381. 



'■\t, 



Elizabeth Mortimer (eldest=SirThomasdeCamois,K.G., 
dau.), b. at Usk, 12 Feb. I ofP>ro.idw.iter,Sussex,baron 
1371, m. 1st to Henry of parlt., d. 28 Mar. 9 H. 5 
"Hotspur," and had issue. f2nd husband). 

Sir Richard de Camois,^oan Poynings. 



AlianoT de Camois, co-h. of=Sir Roger Lewknor, of 
her brother Hugh. I Horsted Keynes, Sussex, d. 

18 Ed. IV. 



^Elizabeth, sister and co-h. 
of Sir William Radmylde, 
and great-niece of Alianor 
de Camois aforesaid. 



Nicholas Lewknor, of Par-: 
ham and Viance, living 
14 Ed. IV., 1473. 



A, 

eentinued/rotn lelffw. 
Nicholas Lewknor. =T=Eli2abeth Radmylde 



Edward Lewknor, of King-=(? Sibella) dau. of Sir Ed- 
ston Bowsey, Sussex, will I mund Ellingham, knt., 1st 
dated 20 Dec. 1522, pr. 30 wife. 
October following. 



Eleanor Lewknor, 2nd wife.= 



Sir Thomas Wroughton, of=:Anne (2nd wife), dau. and 
Broad Hinton, d. 4 June, I co-h. of John Barwick or 
• 597) ^g^d 56. Berwick, of Wilcot, Wilts. 



Sir George Wroughton, of=Ann, dau. of Robert Gibbs, 
Wilcot, Wilts, 3rd son, I of Honington, co. Warwick, 
a" 1623. 



MaryWroughton(2nddau.),=Sir Robert Wolseley, bart., 
aged 15 in 1620. I d. 21 Sept. 1646. 



Sir Charles Wolseley, 2nd^Anne, youngest dau. of 
bart., M.P., d. Oct. 1714- I William Fiennes, Viscount 
Saye and Sele. 

Richard Wolseley, of Mount=zFrances, dau. of John Bur- 
Arrow, CO. Carlow (4th son), | neston, Esq., m. 1688. 



Sir Richard Wolseley, of=Alicia, wid. of Wm. Roger- 
Mount Wolseley, Ireland, I son, 4th dau. of Sir Thomas 
cr. abarL 1 744, d. Apl. 1 768. Molyneux, Bart 



William Wolseley (3rd son),=Jane, only child of Samuel 
rector of Tullycorbet, etc., I Hulbert, of Cosham, Wilts, 
capt. 8th Hussars, d. 1800. 



William Wolseley, rector of= Winifred, dau. of Cadwalla- 



Glenarne, etc. (eldest son). I der Edwards, Esq., of Balla- 

h 



hire, co. Wexford. 



Garnet Joseph Wolseley,=:Frances Anne, ^au. of Wil- 
major 25th (K.O.B.) regt. I liam Smith, of Golden 
(5th son). Bridge House, co. Dublin. 



Charles Wolseley, of Derae- 
rara, planter (3rd son), b. 
1809, m. 1859 Margaret, 
dau. of Thomas Fitzgerald, 
of Kilberry I,odge, co. Kil- 
daie.= 



Sir Garnet Joseph Wolse-=Louisa, dau. of Richard, bri- Frederick York W., of 



ley, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
cr. Baron Wolseley 25 
Nov. 1882, gen. in the 
army, b. 4 June 1833. 



William 



Alex.Erskine, gade surgeon 
gnt.,m.4june. Nova Scotia, 
1867. b.3june,i834, 

m. s.p. 



Euroka station, N.S.W., 
16 Mar. 1837. 

George Benjamin W., col. 
in the army, A.D.C. to the 
Queen, b. 11 July, 1839, m. 
1867 Louisa E., dau. of W. 
Andrews, Esq.= 



Aogustus, Jane. Meta. Anna. 



Hon. Frances Garnet Garnet John. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of En 



[2] Ivanowitch, married and died s.p. 
[3] Frances, married to Robert Blackwell, of 
Manitoba. 
(7/-9C) William Stuart (O'Beirne) B.A. Trin. 
Coll., Dublin, 1844, formerly curate of Stone, Staft", 
bom 15 March, 1S21; married 10 Nov., 1S46, 
Marianne, daughter of Henry Charles Taylor, Esq., 
of Stone, Staft"., and has 3 sons and 3 daughters. 
William Stuart (O'Beirne), born 29 Dec, 1848 ; 
Henry Charles, born 14 Nov., 1854; Richard 
Charles, born 9 June, 1S56; Marianne; Blanche 
Ellen ; Laura Maud. 
(8/-9<r) Joseph Twigg (O'Beirne), born 7 Jan., 
1824; died same year. 

(9/-9C) Caroline, born 21 Feb., 1805; died 10 Jan., 
1878; married 12 Maj', 1830, to Major-General 
John Douglas Johnstone, C.B., col. 33rd regt. (son 
of John Douglas Johnstone, Esq., of Snow Hill, 
CO. Fermanagh) ; he died 19 Sept., 1S63, having 
had a son and 3 daughters {g). 

[1^-9/] John Douglas (Johnstone), col. (h.p.), 
late Ueut.-col. 33rd and 107th regts., served 
with 33rd regt. in Crimea, including siege of 
Sebastopol and assault on the Redan, served 
in Abyssinian campaign 1S67-8, at storming 
and capture of Magdala, bom 13 Dec, 1836; 
married 20 Jan., 1S69, Hon. Augusta Anna 
Margaretta Plunkett, eldest daughter of Randal 
Percy Otwaj', 13th Baron Louth (see Foster's 
Peerage), and has had a son and 2 daughters. 
John Douglas (Johnstone), born 21 March, 
1874; Augusta Anna Maria Louisa, died 17 
Nov., 1869; Randalina Augusta Caroline. 
[2j'-9/i Samina (Johnstone), died 23 Feb., 
1872; married 18 Feb., 1S62, as 1st wife, to 
Capt. Charles Carter Barrett, who died 18 
Jan., 1S74, leaving 4 sons and 2 daughters. 
William Carter (Barrett), born 24 Nov., 
1863; Charles Douglas, born 13 Feb., 1S65 ; 
Walter Robert, born 21 April, 1S66; John 
Frederic Wolseley, bom 7 June, 1870; 
Caroline Samina ; Louisa Charlotte. 
[3^-9/] Caroline Katharine (Johnstone), mar- 
ried 9 April, 1S64, to Rev. Abraham Stanley, 
LL.D., chaplain at Lille, France, since 1878, and 
has had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

John Douglas (Stanley), born 9 Jan., 1S65; 

William Arthur, born 19 April, 1875 ; Caroline 

Samina Mary, died 2 March, 1S69; Augusta 

Josephine ; Caroline Jeanne ; Samina Myrtle. 

[4g-9/] Jane Anabella Frances, died in infancj'. 

(10/-9(r) Jane, bom 7 Sept., 1806; died 18 Jan., 

1819. 

(II/-9C) Louisa, born 30 Oct., 1807; died 1862. 
(12/-9<r) Frances, born 22 Feb., 1815; died June, 
1862, having married 14 Nov., 1837, as 1st wife to 
her cousin, Rev. William Marcus Falloon, rector 
of Ackworth, Yorks, and had 3 sons and 2 daugh- 
ters (see next column). 

(13/-9C) Eliza AnnabeUa (O'Beirne), born 31 Aug., 
1816 ; married 7 Feb., 1847, to Rev.John Groom, 
M.A., rector of St. Margaret's, Whalley Range, 
Manc'hester; he died 31 Jan., 186S, leaving 2 
daughters. 

[1] Frances Annabella (Groom), died 15 June, 
1879; married 27 Aug., 1S78, to Arthur Cawse 
Edmunds, Esq., of Edinburgh, and had a son, 
Arthur John Garnet Wolseley (Edmunds), 
born 6 June, 1879. 
[2] Caroline Ada Emilj' (Groom). 
(14/-9<:) Ada Emilia (O'Beirne), bora 6 May, 1825; 
died 31 Aug., 1873; married 5 Nov., 1846, to 
Arthur William Forde, Esq., M. Inst. C.E. (son of 
Rev. Arthur Brownlow Forde, of Maghull, Lan- 
cashire), and had 2 sons and 2 daughters, 

'[168] 



[1] Arthur Brownlow (fibrde), born 25 Sept.' 
1847; married 10 March, 1869, Mary Carver' 
daughter of Rev. George Uglow Pope, D.D.' 
and has 3 sons and a daughter. 

Arthur Brownlow, Cecil Robert, George 
Herbert, Kate. 
[2] Cyril Wolseley (fforde), bom 4 Dec, 1863. 
[3] Ada Louisa, married 24 Oct., 1872, to 
Henry Charles Morse, major Bo. native infantrj', 
and has 2 daughters. 

Ada Florence (Morse) ; Florence Leopoldina. 
[4] Florence Anabel, died at Turin 26 Sept., 
1875; married 29 Sept., 1870, to Major Charles 
Henry Strutt, R.A., and has a son, 

Charles Brownlow (Strutt), born 23 Aug., 
1871. 
[10c-_y6] Caroline, died unmarried. 
[llc-jA] Maria (Wolseley), died , 1845 ; 

married , to Rev. Marcus Falloon, 

scholar Trin. Coll., Dublin, B.A. 1808, rector of 
Cushendall, Ireland (son of Rev. Daniel Falloon, 
B.A.) ; he died i July, 1846, aged 61, hawng had 
3 sons and a daughter i^g). 

{'i.g-ioc) William Marcus (Falloon), scholar Trin. 
Coll., Dublin, 1834, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1859, rector 
of Ackworth, Yorks, since 1875, of St. John's, 
Liverpool, 1848-51, of St. Bride's, Liverpool, 
1851-75, etc., born 31 Oct., 1814; married ist, 14 
Nov., 1838, his cousin, Frances, daughter of Rev. 
Andrew O'Beirne, aforesaid; she died 15 June, 
1862; he married 2ndly, 12 Dec, 1S65, Anne, 
daughter of Robert Semple, late of Liverpool, 
merchant; by his Ist wife he had 3 sons and 2 
daughters (/;). 

\\h-ig-) William Hugh (Falloon), B.A. Christ's 
Coll., Camb., 1864, vicar of St. Paul, Shef- 
field, 1877-84, curate of St. Anne, Nottingham, 
1S65-8, of St. Peter, Halliwell, co. Lane, 
1868-71, P.C. St. Paul, Boughton, Cheshire, 
1S71-7; born 4 June, 1S42; married 23 April, 
1S68, Barbara Jane, daughter of Rev. Samuel 
May Lund, of Nottingham, and has had 2 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

William Marcus (Falloon), born 8 July, 1872; 
Cecil Hugh, born 2 March, 1875; Frances 
Margaret, died 26 May, 1873; Kathleen 
O'Beirne ; Hilda Wolseley. 
\fih-ig\ Andrew O'Beime, bom 19 March, 
1848; died 24 Nov., 1861. 

[3/!-/^] Charles Henry (Falloon), born 25 April, 
1849 ; married 10 Aug., 1875, Teresa S., 
daughter of Richard Briscoe, of Liverpool. 
[4/;-/^] Maria Louisa ; unmarried. 
[5/;-/^] Eliza Johnstone, married 20 Oct., 1864, 
to Henry Duck, of Cheetham Hill, Lancashire, 
and has 6 sons and a daughter. 

Hubert (Duck), born 23 Feb., 1S67; Philip 

Henr}', bom 12 May, 1S6S; Marcus William, 

bom 5 Aug., 1870 ; Edmund Wolseley, bom 

20 Nov., 1S71 ; Richard Gelson, born 30 

March, 1873 ; Garnet Wolseley, bom 5 Aug., 

1874; Frances Muriel. 

i^Zg-ioc) Garnet Joseph Wolseley (Falloon), of 

Shrewsbury, late R.l. constabulary, born 16 Feb., 

1816; married 3 Feb., 1843, Edwardina Lawson, 

daughter of Edward Long, R.N., and has had 5 

daughters. 

[1] Emily Harriette (Falloon), married 20 Oct., 
1870, to Downey. 

[2] Rosalie Josephine Dalben, married 22 Dec, 
1869, to Edward Harley Kough, of Shrews- 
bury, and has 4 daughters. 

Edwardina Catherine (Kough) ; Edwardina 
Harley Rosalie; Benedetta; Annie Harley, 
[3] Eva Bruce ONeiU. 



'^m The + DEscENa^ + ob •♦ 

Arthur Brownlow fForde, Esq., 



'BiobD Eopal 




of,(£nffIanD. 



Edward I., crowned i9=f=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 



Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, 
d. 7 July, 1307. 



Ferdinand III., King of 
Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crowned 23=j=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, 1284, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1357. 



Edward III., crowned i=i=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil 



Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, 
d. 21 June, 1377. 



liam, Count of Holland and 
Hainault, m. 24. Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke=j=Elizabeth (ist vrife), dau. 
of Clarence, Earl of Ulster, j and heir of William de 
and Lord of Connaught and | Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
Trim, Ireland, b. 29 Nov. I scended from Joan of Acre, 
1338, d. 17 Oct. 1368. m. 1352, d. 1363. 



ppa of Clarence, only=f=Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 



child, b. 16 Aug. 1355, m. 
1368. 



of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
d. at Cork 27 Dec. 1 381. 



Elizabeth Mortimer (eldest=i=SirThomasdeCamois,K.G., 
dau.), b. at Usk 12 Feb. j ofBroadwater.Sussex.baron 
1371, m. 1st to Henry I of parlt., d. 28 Mar. gHen. 



Sir Richard de Camois,=j=Joan Poynings. 
o.v.p. I 



Alianor ile Camois, co-h. of^pSlr Roger Lewknor, of 
her brother Hugh. | Horsted Keynes, Sussex, d. 

I iS Ed. IV. 

I . I 

Nicholas Lewknor, of Par-=j=EIizabeth, sister and co-h. 
ham and Viance, living 14 I of Sir William Radmylde, 
Ed. IV., 1473. I and great-niece of Alianor 

/|\de Camois, aforesaid. 



Edward Lewknor, of King-= 
ston Bowsey, Sussex, will 
dated 20 Dec. 1522, pr. 30 
Oct. following. 



^(? Sibella) dau. of Sir Ed- 
mund EUingham, Knt. (:st 
wife). 



EleanorLewknor(2ndwife).=j=Sir William Wroughton, of 
I Broad Hinton, Wilts, Knt. 

Sir Thomas Wroughton, of=pAnne (2nd wife), dau. and 
Broad Hinton, d. 4 June, co-h. of John Barwick, or 



1597, 



56. 



Berwick, of Wilcot, Wilts. 



Sir George Wroughton, of=i=Ann, dau. of Robert Gibbs, 
Wilcot, Wilts (3rd son), of Honington, CO. Warwick. 
a° 1623. I 



Mary Wroughton(2nd ( 
aged 15 in 1620. 



a.),=j=Sir Robert Wolseley, 
d. 21 Sept. 1646. 



Sir Charles Wolseley, 2nd=pAnne, youngest dau. of 
bart., M.P., d. Oct. 1714. William Fiennes, Viscount 
Saye and Sele. 



Richard Wolseley, of Mount=j=Frances, dau. of John Bur- 
Arrow, co. Carlow (4th son), neston, Esq., 
d. 1725. 



SirWm. Wolseley, Sir Richard, created= Alicia, widow of Wm. 

5th bart., d. 12 a bart. 1744 (see vol. I RoKCrson, dau. of Sir 

May, 1779.= i., p. 59), d. April, Thos. MolyneiLx, Bart. 

/K 1768. m. May, 1727. 



William Wolseley. 
Corbet and Cloi 
hussars, d. 1800. 



Joseph=|=Frances Ann 



dau. Louisa Wol.=pRev. An. 

Wolseley' major | of Wm. Smith, of seley, m. 14 I O'Eeirne 

25th K.O. bor- I Golden Bridge Ho., Sept. 1802, | LL.D., 

derers, d. 1S40. co. Dublin, m. 1825, d. 1846. 1836. 

I d. 1883. 



Sir Garnet Joseph Wolseley, AdaEmil 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., Baron m. 5 Nov. 1846, d. 31 
Wolseley, of Cairo and of Aug., 1873. 
WolseIey,co.Staff.. so created 
1881, b. 4 June, 1833.= 

A 



:,=Arthur Forde, 



Arthur Brownlow=j=Mary Carver, dau. of Cyril Wolseley Ada Louisa,=j=Henry Charles Florence=f=Major Charles 

fforde, b. 25 Sept. I Rev. George Uglow Forde, b. 4 m. 24 Oct. Morse, majcr Anabel, I Henry Strutt, 

"45- Pnpc. D.D., m. 10 Dec. 1863. 1872. Bombay N.I. m. 1870. 

I M.nrch, 1S69. I d. 1875. 



Arthur Brownlow. George Herbert. 
Cecil Robert. 



I" 



A. 



Kate. 



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Ada Florence Morse. 
Florence Leopoldina. 



Charles Brownlow Strutt, 
b. 23 Aug. 187 1. 



TJie Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[4] Georgina Constance Lara Valletta. 
[5] Frances Louisa Brenton, married 28 Maj', 
1S71, to Lieut. George Arthur Wel'man, Madras 
staff corps, and has a son and daughter. 

William Garnet (Welman), born 12 April, 
1880 ; Clara Josephine. 
{^g-ioc) Edward Leslie Sheppard (Falloon), of 
Liverpool, M.D., born 18 Nov., 181S; died 13 
Aug., 1872 ; married , Eliza, daughter 

of Joseph Breadon, of Dublin, surgeon R.N., and 
had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

1] William Marcus (Falloon), of South America. 
'2] Edward Marsh, died at sea Nov., 1877. 
^3] Anne Maria. 
4] Charlotte Elizabeth. 
\S\ Hester. 
(f^g-ioc) Sophia Hulbert (Falloon), died 25 May, 
1878 ; married 7 July, 1836, to Alexander Mark- 
ham, of Belfast ; he died 15 July, 1876, having 
had 6 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Alexander Macaulay (Markham), born 3 
June, 1838 ; married 2 Aug., 1861, Christina, 
daughter of William McLeod, of NewBrunswick. 
[2] Marcus O'Neill Wolseley, born 20 Oct., 
1839; died unmarried I Oct., 1866. 
[3] Vyilliam Wolseley, born 21 Aug., 1840; 
died 6 Aug., 1846. 

[4] Thomas Hamilton Jones, born 12 Feb., 
J842 ; died 9 Feb., 1852. 

[6] George Handcock (Markham), born 13 
Dec, 1S46. 

te] William Hogg Wolseley (Markham), born 
21 March, 1853; married 2 Aug., 1882, Jane 
Minchin, daughter of George Marr, Esq., of 
Netting Hill, London, 
[7] Maria Sophia Wolseley. 
[8] Frances Zofi. 
\\.2c-3b\ Eliza (Wolseley), died 8 Jan., 1873 ; mar- 
ried , , to Rev. Charles Falloon, who 
died at Lame, co. Antrim, II April, 1S72, leaving an 
only daughter, Jane (Falloon). 
[13f-j'A] Frances Charlotte (Wolseley), died un- 
married. 

[14c-j'6] Lucinda (Wolseley), married to Lucius 
Kelly, of Dublin, and had a son, Henry, in 
Australia. 

SIR WILLIAM WOLSELEY, 5th bart., died 
J 2 May, 1779 ; he married ist, Anne Field- 
house, 2ndly, 23 Sept., 1752, Anna, widow of John 
Whitley, Esq., of Cresswell Hall, Staff., only 
daughter of William Northey, Esq., of Compton 
Bassett, Wilts, M.P. (she re-married the following 
month to John Robins, M.P. Stafford) ; by his ist 
wife Sir William had 3 sons and a daughter. 
[1] SIR WILLIAM, succeeded as 6th bart. 
[2] Charles, admiral cjf the Red, educated at Winchester, 
founder's kin, served in the North Sea, commanded the 
Magtmnime in the East Indies; died s.p. 9 April, 1808, 
aged 67. 

[3] James, killed in a duel in Ireland ; s.p. 
[4] Sophia, married to William Pigott, of Doddershall, 
Bucks, who died 20 Feb., 1802, having had 3 sons and 
2 daughters. 

SIR WILLIAM WOLSELEY, 6th bart., born 
24 Aug., 1740; died 5 Aug., 1817; married 
2 July, 1765, Charlotte Barbara, daughter and 
heir of Zachary Chambers, of Wimbledon, Surrey 
(younger brother of Ephraim Chambers, author of 
the Cyclojxsdia] ; she died , , having 

had 5 sons and 7 daughters [k). 



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[l^'] William, died young. 

[2k] Sir Charles, 7th bart., born 20 July, 1769; died 3 
Oct., 1846, having married Ist, 13 Dec, 1792, Mary, 2nd 
daughter of Hon. Thomas Clifford, of Tixall, co. Staff, 
(see Foster's Peerage, B. Clifford); she died 16 July, 
1811, having had 2 sons and a daughter, who all died 
unmarried ; he married 2ndly, 2 July, 1812, Anne, 
youngest daughter of Anthony Wright, Esq., of Weald 
Side, Essex ; she died 24 Oct., 1838, having had a son 
and 2 daughters (/). 

(ll-2k) Sir Charies, 8th bart., born 6 May, 1S13; died 
15 May, 1854, having married 23 Sept., 1839, Mary 
Anne, eldest daughter of Nicholas Selby, Esq., of 
Acton House, Middlesex; she died 18 Jan., 1873, 
having had 5 sons. 

[1] William, died 16 Jan., 1852. 
[2] Sir Charies Michael, 9th bart., lieut. Stafford- 
shire yeomanry, served with 9th lancers in Afghan 
campaign 1879, born 4 July, 1846; married 18 July, 
1883, Anita Theresa, eldest daughter of D. T. 
Murphy, Esq., of San Francisco, U.S.A., and of 
London. 

[3] Edward Talbot, capt. 3rd Staffordshire militia 

1874-S0, heir presumptive to the baronetcy, born 13 

Oct., 1848 ; married 23 Jan., 1872, Florence Mary, 

3rd daughter of Edward Weld, Esq., of Lul^vorth 

Castle, Dorset, and has had 5 sons and a daughter. 

Mervyn Joseph, born 23 Nov., 1873 ; Hubert 

Joseph, born 17 Nov., 1874; Charles Joseph, 

born 15 Jan., 1877 ; Edward Joseph, born 17 

April, 1880; Algernon Joseph, born 19 May, 

1 88 1, died 23 July, 1881 ; Florence Mary 

Josephine. 

[4] Robert Joseph, Roman Catholic priest, born 21 

June, 1850. 

[5] Siwardus, died , 1856. 

(Zl-2k) Marianne, married 25 Nov., 1834, to Count 
Francis de Lousada, created by the Grand Duke of 
Tuscan5' Marchese di San Miniato, H.B.M.'s consul at 
Boston for Rhode Island and Massachusetts; he died 
17 March, 1870, having had 3 sons. 
[1] Count Horace Francis. 
[2] Count Ernest Wolseley, died 1872. 
[3] Count Francis Clifford, comr. R.N. 
(Zl~2k') Caroline, died 23 Sept., 1880, having married 
22 Aug., 1845, to Marmaduke Charles Salvin, of Burn- 
hall, CO. Durham, J. P., D.L., and had 2 sons and 5 
daughters. 

[1] Bryan John (Salvin), late Monmouth militia, 

born 28 July, 1846. 

[2] Marmaduke Henry, of Sarnsfield Court, co. 

Hereford, born 28 March, 1849. 

[3] Mary, a nun. 

[4] Louisa, married 20 Aug., 1S78, to Philip, son of 

late Sir Charles Witham, R.N., and has a son and 

2 daughters. 

Charles (Witham), bom 25 June, 1882; Dorothy, 
born 5 July, 1879; Winifrid, born 16 Sept., 
18S0. 
[5] Teresa Mary, married 28 Nov., 1876, to Charles 
Ernest Bell, son of Thomas Bell, Esq., late of Crosby 
Court, Northallerton. 
[6] Agnes. 

[7] Francesca Josephine (youngest daughter), mar- 
ried 25 Sept., 1877, to George William, only son of 
late Henry Sharpies, Esq., of Liverpool. 
[3*] Robert, in holy orders, died s.p. I Sept., 1815, 
having married Marianne, daughter of Ven. Archdeacon 
Hand. 

[46] Henry, capt. in the army, died ,1836; "re-mar- 

ried" at Doncaster2 Dec, 1793, Charlotte, only daughter 
of Major John Delap Halliday, of Leasowes, Salop (see 
Foster's Peerage, B. Tollemache) ; she died 1826, 

having had (with a daughter, Pauline, died unmarried 
840, aged 35) 2 sons (m). 



! 



♦• THG DESCSNT OB •<•• 



Sir Charles Michael Wolseley, gth Davu, 



OF WOLSELEY, STAFFORDSHIRE, 

FROM THE 



lolooD Eopal 




of CnglanD. 



EuwAKD I., crowned l9=Elennor (tst wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edwakd II., crowned 23=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 Apl. 1284, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. I d. 22 Aug. 1357. 



Edward III., crowned i=PhiIippa, 3rd d. of William, 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. I Count of Holland and 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377, Hain.nilt, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke=EIizabeth (1st wife), dau. 



of Clarence, Earl of Ulster, 
and Lord of Connaught 
and Trim, Ireland, b. 29 
Nov. 1338, d. 17 Oct. 1368. 



and heir of William de 
Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
scended from Joan of Acre, 
m. 1352, d. 1363. 



Philippa of Clarence. only=EdmundMortimer, 3rd Earl 
child, b. j6 Aug. 1355, m. I of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
1368. I d. at Cork, 27 Dec. 13S1. 

I ' 

Elizabeth Mortimer (eldest^SirThomasdeCamois,K.G., 
dau.), b. at Usk, 12 Feb. I of Broad water, Sussex,baron 
1371, m. 1st to Henry of parlt., d. 28 Mar. 9 H. S 
"Hotspur," and had issue. | (2nd husband). 



Sir Richard de Camois,=Joan Poynings 



Alianor de Caniois 
her brother Hugh. 



:=Sir Roger Lewknor, of 
I Horsted Keynes, Sussex, d, 
I 18 ~ • — 



Ed. IV. 



Nicholas Lewknor, of Par-=Elizabeth, sister and co-h. 
ham and Viance, living I of Sir William Radmylde, 
14 Ed. IV., 1473. and great-niece of Alianor 

[ de Camois aforesaid. 



Sir Charles, 7th hart., =j=Anne (2nd wife). 



July, 1769, d. 
3 Oct. 1846. 



thony Wright, of Weald Side, Es: 
d. 24 Oct. 



An- 



Edward Lewknor, of King-=(? Sibella) dau. of Sir Ed- 
ston Bowsey, Sussex, will I mund Ellingham, knt., 1st 
dated 20 Dec. 1522, pr. 30 wife. 
October following. | 



Eleanor Lewknor, 2nd wife =Sir William Wroughton, of 
I Broad Hinton, Wilts, knt. 



Sir Thomas Wroughton, of=Anne (2nd wife), dau. and 
Broad Hinton, d. 4 June, I co-h. of John Barwick or 
I Berv 



'597, aged 56- 



rwick, of Wilcot, Wilts. 



Sir George Wroughton, of=Ann, dau. of Robert Gibbs, 
Wilcot, Wilts, 3rd son, I of Honington, CO. Warwick. 
a° 1623. J 

Mary Wroughton (2nd dau.),^Sir Robert Wolseley, bart., 
aged 15 in 1620. I d. 21 Sept. 1646. 



Sir Charles Wolseley, 2nd;=Anne, youngest dau. of 
bart., M.P., d. Oct. J714. | William Fiennes, Viscount 
I Saye and Sele. 



Richard Wolseley, of Mount^Frances, dau. of John Bur- 
Arran, co. Carlow (4th son), | neston, Esq., m. 168S. 
d. 1725. I ^' 



Sir William Wolseley, 5th Sir Richard, cr. a bart. 
bart., d. 12 May, 1779.=;= 1744 (see p. 59), 

Sir William Wolseley, 6th=T= Charlotte Barbara, dau. of 
bart., b. 24 Aug. 1740 m. I Zachary Chambers, of Wim- 
2 July, 1765, d. 5 Aug. bledon, Surrey. 



Henry, capt.=^Charlotte, only dau. 
in the army. | of Major Halliday, of 
I Leasowes, Salop. 



Roliert, in H.O., 
married and died 
s.p. I Sept. 1S15. 



6 May, 1S13, d 
15 May, 1854. 



Sir Charles, gth ixlward . Tal- 
bart., b. 4 July, bot, b. 13 Oct, 
1846; married 18 1848. 

July, 1883, Anita r-n r 

Theresa, eldest Mervyn. Edward! 
dau. of D. T. Hubert. Algernon. 
Murphy, Esq., Charles. 
ofSanFrancisco, 
California. 



T-iuary Anne. aau. William Kertie Wolseley, govmt.=f=Eliza (1st wife), dau. of Wm. Da 
of Nicholas Selby, sec. Demerara2i years, b. 1 7 July, I of Montserrat, d..2l March, i8<l. 
I of Acton, Middx. 1797, d. 7 Jan. 1881. 



'Florence, dau. of E. Robert Joseph, William Augus-=fMary, dau. of Other 
Weld, of Lulworth R. C. priest, b. tus, M.D., d. 13 I W. Flockhart. of issue. 
Castle, Dorset. 21 June, 1850. Feb. 1859. | Edinburgh. 



Henry John.=pF. Carlyo 
b. 9 M.-irch, Gittens. 



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William. Eliza, m. Oct. 1867, to Mary Jane, 

Charles. Lynch Thomas, M.D.=f= m. to John 

Francis. , ^ 1 Wilson. =t= 

Robert. Mary. Cecil. y|^ 



The Descendants of the Kings of En^ 



(liu-^k) Henry John, in the navy, died , 1823, 

(2m-4i) William Bertie Wolseley, R.N., government 
secretary at Demerara, British Guiana, 21 years, born 
17 Aug., 1797 ; died 7 Jan., 18S1, having married 1st, 
II July, iSiS, Eliza Earle, daughter of William Daniell, 
of the island of Montserrat, bar.-at-law; she died 21 
March, 1851; he married 2ndly, 14 Sept., 1852, his 
cousin Charlotte, 2nd daughter of Rev. Charles 
Prowett, rector of Stapleford, Herts; by his 1st wife 
he had 2 sons and 7 daughters («). 

[1k-5«7] William Augustus, M.D. Edinburgh, staff 
surgeon Turkish contingent Crimea, born 2 June, 
1819; died 13 Feb., 1859, having married i Jan., 
1843, Mary Maria, daughter of William Flockhart, 
Esq., of Edinburgh, and had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Henry John, born 9 March, 1846 ; married 
14 Nov., 1872, F. Carlyon Gittens, and has had a 
son and daughter. 

Ernest Bertie, born 21 Sept., 1873, died 24 
Sept. following ; Ellen Graham. 

(2) William Augustus Daniel, born 3 Oct., 1847. 

(3) Charies Bertie, born 19 Oct., 1852 ; lost at 
sea. 

(4) Francis Vivian, born 17 Sept., 1855. 

(5) Robert Flockhart, born 8 June, 1857. 

(6) Eliza Porter, married Oct., 1867, to Lynch 
Thomas, M.D., and has 2 daughters. 

Mary Rosa Matilda (Thomas) ; Cecilia Wolseley. 

(7) Mary Jane Bourne, married , 1873, 
to John Wilson, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

[Zn-2ni] John Henry, born I Nov., 1820; died II 

Nov., 1840. 

[Zn-2m] Cbariotte Elizabeth, married 7 Oct., 1840, 

to Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Porter, of Rock- 

beare, Devon ; s.p. 

[in-2m] Frances Anne, married 1st, 23 Jan., 1845, 

to George Noble Bredin, Esq. ; he died , 1852, 

leaving a son, George Andrew Wolseley (Bredin) ; 

she re-married , 1854, to J F 

Hills, Esq., and has 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

Francis Frederick (Hills) ; Thomas ; Fanny Eliza ; 

Catherine Louisa Henrietta ; Eliza Jane. 
I5it-3iii] Cecilia Lewis Pauline, married 23 Jan., 
1S45, to Edmund Hayter Bingham (see Foster's 
Peerage, E. Lucan), 1st West India regt. ; he died 
s.p. 9 Oct., 1856 ; she re-married 22 May, 1S60, to 
Dr. Hutson, and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

John Richard Farre (Hutson), born 20 Nov., 

1863 ; Henry Wolseley, born 26 July, 1866 ; Eliza 

Anne. 
I6n-2m'\ Eliza Jane, died 15 Dec, 1848, having mar- 
ried 23 Jan., 1845, to Rev. John Frederick Bourne, 
and had 2 sons. 

(1) John Henry Wolseley (Bourne), born 21 
Dec, 1845 ; married April, 1877, Marguerita 
Theodora McCormack, and has 2 sons and a 
daughter. 

James Frederick Wolseley (Bourne) ; William 
Bertie ; Theodora Beatrix. 

(2) William Wykeham Frederick, born 29 Sept., 
1848 ; married I March, 18S1, Ann Margaret, 
daughter of Brereton, and has 2 
daughters. 

Magdalene Dysart ; Norah Brereton. 
[Tn-2m] Catharine Norval Magdalene Dysart, mar- 
ried 18 May, 1854, to Harry Grosvenor Butts, M.D., 
and has a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Richard Bertie (Butts), bom 2 March, 1855. 

(2) Sarah Eliza Earle Ada, married 28 Aug., 1S77, 
to Walter Meyrick North, bar.-at-law (son of the 
archdeacon of Cardigan), and has a daughter. 

Gwladys Ada Constance. 

(3) Catherine Grosvenor. 

[8«-2m] Louisa ToUemache, died 7 Dec, 1879, 

r I 



having married 3 Nov., 1853, to John Rose Daniell, 
Esq., who died s.p. 6 Maj', 1 866. 
[9ii-siii] Henrietta Augusta Meade, married 3 Feb., 
1857, to Edward Poulton Wells, Esq., of Queens- 
land, and has a son, 

Allison Seymour Laird (Wells), born 2 Oct., 1857. 
[5k] William, capt. in the army ; died unmarried. 
[6*] Cbariotte, and [7*] Sophia, both died young. 
[8,^] Susanna, died unmarried. 

[9*] Maria, died s.p. ; married 31 Oct., 1820, to Rev. 
John Riland, of Yoxall, Staff., rector of Sutton Coldfield, 
CO. Warwick. 

[10*] Charlotte, died s.p. 10 Feb., 1861, having married, 
as 2nd wife, to Lt.-Genl. Sir Thomas Browne, K.C.B., 
who died 

[11*] CAROLINE MAEY(Mrs.Haig), of whom presently. 
[12*] Cecilia, died 27 Nov., 1857 ; married 30 June, 1812, 
to Rev. Charles Prowett, rector of Stapleford, near 
Hertford, 1S20, formerly lieut. R.N. (remained on 
navy list and drew half-pay till his death, his widow 
receiving a pension ; he was the youngest son of William 
Prowett, of Great and Little Bourton, and Elizabeth, 
daughter of Benjamin Bathurst, of Lydney) ; he died 
8 Feb., 1852, aged 70, having had 2 sons and 5 
daughters (/). 

(Ip-i2k) Charies (Prowett), M.A. and fellow of Caius 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1838, bar.-at-law Inner Temple, 

revising barrister 1872, born 11 Sept., 1816; died 28 

June, 1874. 

\ip-12k) William Wolseley (Prowett), born 21 Feb., 

1824; died unmarried 17 Aug., 1851. 

(Zp-izk) Cecilia (Prowett), died I Aug., 1874, having 

married 2 May, 1843, as 2nd wife, to John Jackson 

Blencowe, Esq., of Marston St. Lawrence, Northants, 

who died 9 Jan., 1857, having had 5 sons and a 

daughter. 

[1] John Alexander (Blencowe), of Marston St. 
Lawrence, Northants, J.P., born 3 Sept., 1846; 
married 29 April, 1869, Katharine Anne Cotterell 
Foster, daughter of Rev. John Edward Addison 
Fenwick, of Thirlestone House, Cheltenham, vicar 
of Need wood, co. Staff.' 

[2] Charies Edward (Blencowe), M.A. Wadham 
Coll.,Oxon, 1873, vicar of Marston-with-Warkworth, 
Northants, born 13 Oct., 1847 ; married 10 May, 
1876, Katharine Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of Rev. 
John Walcot, of Bitterley Court, Salop, and has a 
son and 2 daughters. 

Arthur John Walcot, bom 6 Dec, 1881 ; Cecilia 
Mary; daughter, born 26 March, 1884. 
[3] Alfred James (Blencowe), M.A. St. John's Coll., 
Oxon, 1874, vicar of Witton, Cheshire, born 16 
Nov., 1848; married 29 Aug., 1876, Sophia Louisa 
Sarah, 3rd daughter of Rev. John Walcot, of Bit- 
terley Court, Salop, aforesaid, and has 5 sons. 
(1) Edward Prowett (Blencowe), born 9 June, 
1877. (2) Alfred Philip Walcot (Blencowe), born 
22 Sept., 187S. (3) Charles Bernard (Blencowe), 
born 14 Feb., 1 880. (4) Eric Wolseley (Blen- 
cowe), born 24 Feb., 1882. (6) A son, born 7 
April, 1SS4. 
[4] William Wolseley (Blencowe), born 10 Jan., 
died 31 Jan., 1S50. 

[6] Francis Henry Shuckburgh (Blencowe), bom 
25 Oct., 1855; died 25 Jan., i860. 
[6] Mary Cecilia (Blencowe). 
iip-izk) Charlotte (Prowett), manned 14 Sept., 1852, 
as 2nd wife, to her cousin, William Bertie Wolseley, 
aforesaid, who died 7 Jan., 1881. 
(hp-i2k) Emma Maria (Prowett). 
I6p-i2k) Barbara Smith (Prowett), married 28 Oct., 
1870, to James Blencowe, LL.D. of Christ's Coll., 
Camb. 
(^p-i2k) Caroline Anne (Prowett). 



•♦>• The + Descent + ob •♦ 

John Alexander Blencowe, Esq., 

OF MARSTON ST. LA WRENCE, NORTHANTS, 

FROM THE 



15looti laopal 



Edward I., crowned ig^pEleanor (ist wife), d; 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 




Of Cnfflano. 



d. 7 July, 1307. 



Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crowned 23=j=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, 1284, of France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. I d. 22 Aug. 1357. 

Edward III., crowned i=i=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, I Ham, Count of Holland and 
d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke=j=Elizabeth (1st wife), dau. 
of Clarence, Earl of Ulster, j and heir of William de 
and Lord of Connaught and | Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
Trim, Ireland, b. 29 Nov. I scended from Joan of Acre, 
1338. d. 17 Oct. 1368. I m. 1352, d. 1363. 

Philippa of Clarence, only=j=Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 
child, b. 16 Aug. 1355, m. I of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
1368. d. at Cork 27 Dec. 1381. 



Elizabeth Mortimer (eldest=j=SirThomasdeCamois,K.G., 
dau), b. at Usk 12 Feb. I of Broadwater.Sussex,baron 
1371, m. 1st Lo Henry of park., d. 28 Mar. 9 Hen. 
"Hotspur," and had issue. I V. (2nd husband). 



Sir Richard de Caniois,=f=Joan Poynings. 
o-v.P- _J 

Alianor de Camois, co-h. of=t=Sir Roger Lewknor, of 
her brother Hugh. Horsted Keynes, Sussex, d, 

18 Edwd. IV. 



A. 

continued from hdow. 
Nicholas Lewknor=j=Elizabeth Radmylde. 



Edward Lewknor, of King-n=(? Sibella) dau. of Sir Ed- 
ston Bowsey, Sussex, will I mund EUingham, Knt. (1st 
dated 20 Dec. 1522, pr. 30 wife). 
Oct. following. I 

Eleanor Lewknor(2nd wife).=f Sir WiUiam Wroughton, of 
Broad Hinton, Wilts, Knt. 



Sir Thomas Wroughton, of=j=Anne (2nd wife), dau. and 
Broad Hinton, d. 4 June, I co-h. of John Barwick, or 
1597, aged 56. I Berwick, of Wilcot, Wilts. 



Ann, dau. of Robert Gibbs, 
of Honington, co. Warwick. 



Sir George Wroughton, of= 
Wilcot, Wilts (3rd son), 
a° 1623. 



MaryWroughton(2nddau.),=pSir Robert Wolseley, Bart., 
aged 15 in 1620. I d. 21 Sept. 1646. 

Sir Charles Wolseley, 2nd=f=Anne, youngest dau. of 
bart., M.P., d. Oct. 1714. William Fiennes, Viscount 
Saye and Sele. 

Frances, dau. of John Bur- 



RichardWolseley,of Mount= 
Arrow, CO. Carlow (4th son), 
d. 1725. 



Nicholas Lewknor, of Par-=j=Elizabeth, sister and co-h. 
ham and Viance, living 14 I of Sir William Radmylde, 
Edwd. IV., 1473. I and great-niece of Alianor 

^de Camois, aforesaid. 

A, 
continued above. 



Sir Wm. Wolseley, =j=Anne Field- Sir Richard, created 
5th bart., d. 12 May, I house. a bart. 1744 (see vol. 

1779- J i-. P- 59)- 

Sir'^William Wolseley, 6th=j=Charlotte Barbara, dau. of 
bart., b. 24 Aug. 1740, m. I Zachary Chambers, ofWim- 
2 July, 1765, d. 5 Aug. bledon, Surrey. 
17S7. 



Sir Charles, 7th bart., Other Caroline Mary, m.=f=Robert Haig, of Roebuck Cecilia, m. 30=j=Charles Prowett, 
b. 20 July, 1769, d. 3 issue. 7 Aug. 1798, d. 10 and Dodderbank, co. June, 1812, d. | rector of Staple- 
Ocl. lS46.=f= July, 1833. ^Dublin, d. 19 Aug. 1845. 27 Nov. 1857. | ford,d.8I'eb.l852. 



Sir Charles Prowett, 

Charles, M . A. , revising 
8lhbart. barrister, d. 28 
June, 1874, 



William Wol- Cecilia Prowett=John Jackson Charlotte, 



Barbara 



seley Prowett, (2nd wife), m. 
d. unm. 17 May, 1843, d. 1 
Aug. 1851. Aug. 1874. 



Blencowe,Esq., 1852, as 2nd Smith, m. Maria, 

of Marston St. wife, to W. 1870, to Caroline 

Lawrence, d. B.Wolseley, James Blen- Anne 

1857. whod. 1881. cowe.LLD. Prowett. 



John Alex.=Kalharine Anne Charles Edward=Katharine Elizabeth, 

Blencowe,of Cotterell Foster, Blencowe,M.A., I 2nd dau. of Rev. John 

Marston St. dau. of Rev. J. E. vicar of Marston, | Walcot, of Bitterley, 

Lawrence, b. A. Fenwick, m. b. 13 Oct. 1847. I co. Salop, m. 10 May, 
3 Sept. 1846. April, 1869. I 1876. 



Edward Prowett=Sophia Louisa Mary 



Blencowe, M.A., 
vicar of Witton, 
U. 16 Nov. 1848. 



Arthur John, b. 6 Mary Cecilia. 
Dec. 1881. 



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Edward Prowett, 
b. 9 June, 1877. 

Philip Walcot, b. 
22 Sept. 1878. 



Sarah.3rddau.0f Cecilia. 
Rev. John Wal- 
cot, aforesaid, m, 
29 Aug. 1876. 



Charles Bernard, b. 

14 Feb. 1880. 
Eric Wolseley, U 

24 Feb. 1882. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



CAROLINE MARY WOLSELEY (6th daugh- 
ter of Sir WiUiam Wolseley, of Wolseley, 
Bart., aforesaid), died lo July, 1833 ; married 
7 Aug-., 1798, to Robert Haig, of Roebuck and 
Dodderbank, co. Dublin, and Killan, co. Cavan 
(4th son of John Haig, of the Gartlands, near 
Alloa, N.B., for whose paternal lineage see The 
Haigs of Bemersyde, by John Russell), bom 4, 
baptized at Alloa 8 April, 1764; died 19 Aug., 
1845, buried with his wife at Donnybrook, near 
Dublin, by whom he had 8 sons and 5 daughters {q). 

\\q\ JOHN (Haig), of whom next page. 
[Sr?] William (Haig), sometime of Belmont, Westmeath, 
M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1832, bar.-at-law King's Inns, 
born 3 May, 1S04; died :i Aug., 1S62 ; married in London 
30 Aug., 1849, Harriette, daughter and heir of Jeremiah 
Dick, cousin of W. H. Hume Dick, M.P., of Humewood; 
she died 18 July, 1878, having had 3 sons. 

(1) Percy de Haga (Haig), of Indian medical service, 
1875, M.B. London, born 25 June, 1850. 

(2) William Spencer (Haig), executive engineer 
P.W.D. India, bom 15 Feb., 1S53 ; married at 
Dharvvar, Bombay, 30 June, 1881, Cleora Helen, 
daughter of F. H. Bennett, of Calcutta, and of Teign- 
mouth, Devon, and has a son, 

Douglas de Haga, born 21 Aug., 1882. 

(3) Herbert de Haga (Haig), F.G.S., lieut. R.E., born 5 
April, 1855. 

[3y] Robert, bom 2 April, 1S07 ; died 20 March, 1813. 
[4?] Charles (Haig), B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1831, bar.- 
at-law King's Inns , author of Irish Law Reports 
and Municipal Ads, born 9 May, 1808; died I Feb., 
1847; married 23 Aug., 1842, Mar3', daughter of Boles 
Reeves, of Linden, Stillorgan, DubUn, and had 2 sons 
and a daughter. 

(1) Charles Robert (Haig), of London, born 13 Feb., 
1S44; married 13 Sept., 1S76, Kate Masters, daughter 
of Frank Masters, of Canterbury, and has a son and 
4 daughters. 

Stuart Masters, bom iS March, 1879; Miriam; 
Kathleen Mary ; Winifred Reeves ; Mildred Adela. 

(2) Reeves (Haig), born 8 Nov., 1846; died unmarried 
10 March, 1875. 

(3) Mary Reeves. 

[5?] James (Haig), of Moyglass, co. Galway, and of 
Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law 1S38, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1840, science medallist 1833, author of Symbolism, or 
Mind, Matter, and Language ; and Philosophy, or The 
Science of Truth, born 8 March, 1813; married in Edin- 
burgh, 18 March, 1848, Helen Jane, daughter of Capt. 
Michael Edwin Fell (by his wife Janet Callander Haig), 
and had I son and 7 daughters. 

(1) Robert Henry Stein (Haig), bom 26 Feb., 1853; 
died 31 Dec, 1S54. 

(2) Jessie Caroline (Haig), married I June, 1876, to 
John Graham Pollock, major R.A. ; s.p. 

(3) Margaretta Charlotte (Haig), married 20 April, 
1S76, to William Norman Wightwick, Esq., of Canter- 
bun,', and has a son and 2 daughters. 

Norman Haig (Wightwick), born 20 Oct., 1879 ) 
Helen Norman ; Margery Norman. 

(4) Florence Eliza (Haig). 

(6) Helen Maud (Haig), married 15 June, 1881, to 
Frederick William Furley, Esq., of Canterbury ; s.p. 

(6) Gertrade Mary (Haig), married 19 Feb., 1878, to 
Alexander Haig (only son of George Andrew Haig, 
late of Bonnington and Maulesden, Brechin), M.A., 
M.B. Exeter Coll., Oxon, M.R.C.P. London, and has 
a son and daughter. 

Kenneth (Haig), born 20 Feb., 1879; Helen Janet. 

(7) Cecilia Wolseley (Haig). 



(8) Louisa Evelyn Cotton (Haig). 
[6?] Robert (Haig), in holy orders, M.A. Trin. Coll., 
Dublin, 1839, born 5 Sept., 1816; died s.p. , 

1847 ; married same year Matilda, daughter 

of James Oldham, of Bellamour, co. Staff. 
\^q] Henry (Haig), of Kingsland, Winkfield, Berks, 
sometime of Churchill, Daventry, born 19 Dec, 1818; 
married 14 Dec, 1854, Annie, daughter of Edward 
Meyer, of East Sheen, Surrey, and has had 2 sons and 
5 daughters. 

(1) Guy Wolseley (Haig), bom 12 Aug., 1866; died 
26 Aug., 1867. 

(2) Neil Wolseley (Haig), born 30 Oct., 1868. 

(3) Ida (Haig), died 26 July, 18S2; married 3 Aug., 
1876, to William Frederick Jameson, of Airfield, co. 
Dublin, and has a son and 2 daughters. 

George Stanley Byng, born 7 Sept., 1880; Nina 
Seton ; Olive Frederica Wolseley. 

(4) Nora (Haig), married 18 Nov., 1S82, to Francis 
George Oldham, major R.E., and has a son, 

Brian Wolseley, born 20 Aug., 1S83. 

(5) Ethel (Haig). 

(6) Ella Burnett (Haig). 

(7) Amy Wolseley (Haig). 

[8y] George Augustus (Haig), of Pen-Ithon, Radnor, 
J. P., high sheriff 1864, one of the lords of the manor 
of GoUon, bom 13 June, 1S20; married in Edinburgh 
28 July, 1S4S, Anne Eliza, daughter of Capt. Michael 
Edwin Fell, aforesaid (son of Rev. Wm. Fell, rector of 
Sheepey, co. Leic, by Anne, daughter and co-heir of 
Robert Cotton, of 'Worcester), and has had 5 sons and 
5 daughters. 

(1) Charies Edwin (Haig), J.P. Radnor, M.A. Exeter 
Coll., Oxon, 1873, bar-at-law Inner Temple 1878, 
born 14 June, 1849; married in Edinburgh 18 April, 
1871, Janet Stein, daughter of John Haig, of Cameron 
House, CO. Fife, and has a son and daughter. 

Roland Charles, born I Feb., 1873 J Rachel Dorothy 
Wolseley. 

(2) Alexander William (Haig), M.A. Caius ColL, 
Camb., 1883, born 12 Aug., 1855. 

(3) Rodolf Wolseley (Haig), born II March, i860; 
died at Mentone 8 March, 1876. 

(4) Cecil Henry (Haig), born 16 March, 1862. 

(5) Edric Wolseley (Haig), born 20 Feb., 1865. 

(6) Janet Augusta (Haig), married 3 Nov., 1874, to 
George Fenwick Boyd, of Moorhouse, co. Durham, 
and has 4 daughters. 

Sybil Mary, Ann, Hester, Janet Haig. 

(7) Edith Caroline (Haig). 

(8) Rose Helen (Haig), married 10 Nov., 1880, to 
John Howard Thomas, of Yscyborwen, Aberdare, 
and has a son, 

Peter Haig (Thomas), born 2 May, 1882. 

(9) Sybil Margaret (Haig), married 27 June, 1882, to 
David Alfred Thomas, of Yscyborwen, aforesaid, and 
has a daughter, Margaret Haig. 

(10) Chariotte Wolseley (Haig). 

[9?] Chariotte (Haig), died 15 Feb., 1874; married 2$ 
Sept., 1828, to Thomas Haig, of Bonnington (6th son 
of John Haig, of that place, and Christina, daughter of 
John Jameson, of Leith) ; he born 15 March, 1804; died 
31 Jan., 1858, having had 9 sons and 4 daughters (r). 
0-r-gq) John (Haig), of Bray Court, Maidenhead, bom 
5 Aug., 1829; married 2 Oct., 1857, Jane Mary Anne, 
daughter of John Maurice Davies, of Penpompren, 
CO. Cardigan, and has 8 sons and 8 daughters. 
Thomas, born l8 Sept., 1858. 
John Maurice, bom 10 Aug., 1859. 
Herbert, born 18 July, 1861. 
Robert, bora 14 Aug., 1862. 
Francis, born iS Dec, 1S67. 
^ ^ Malcolm, bom 17 Sept., 1872. 
7] Hugh Edwin, born 14 Aug., 1875. 
8] Edward, bora 26 March, 1880. 



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The Haig Family. 



[9] Helen Frances. 
[11] Alice. 
[13] Bertha 
[15] Maud. 



10] Marian Georgina. 
'12] Clara Mabel. 
14] Violet. 
16] Gladys 



(ir-gifj Robert Wolseley (Haig), major R.A., F.R.S., 
born 22 Dec, 1830; died 6 June, 1872; married 
6 Oct., 1S64, Maria Georgina, daughter of Rev. Henry 
Brown, rector of Woolwich ; she died , 

having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Thomas Wolseley (Haig), lieut. Seaforth High- 
landers (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's), 

born 7 Aug., 1865. 

[2] Henry Wolseley, born 30 Dec, 1S66. 

[3] Phyllis Wolseley. 

[4] Augusta Wolseley, died young. 
(3r-97) George Jameson (Haig), born 1832, died 
young. 

(Jkr-gq) Charles Thomas (Haig), col. R.E. Topographical 
Survey, India, born I2 Oct., 1834; married 22 Nov., 
1864, Katharine, daughter of John N. Walker, of 
Bedford, and has 2 daughteis. 

Gertrude Ellen ; Mabel Edith. 
(br-gq) James Felix (Haig), of HoI.N'WOod, co. Down, 
late lieut. 90th regt., sen'ed in Indian mutinj', born 
15 April, 1838; married 6 Jan., 1873, Margaretta 
Annie Capel Cope, daughter of Matthew Browne, 
Esq., of Cahirciveen, co. Kerry, and has 2 sons and 
2 daughters. 

James Mathew, born 27 Oct., 1873 ; Charles 

Wolseley, born 4 Dec, 1874; Charlotte Margaretta; 

Caroline Mary. 
(6r-97) George Edward (Haig), born 26 Dec, 1839; 
married at Wandsworth, 30 Dec, 1S81, Sarah Bessie, 
daughter of Robert Burridge, of Andover, and has a 
son and daughter, 

George Percy, born 4 Feb., 1S84; Marion Nora. 
{tr-gq) Farrand (Haig), 54th regt., born 23 Dec, 
1842. 

(tr-gq) Henry Geoffrey (Haig), B.A. Caius Coll., 
Camb., born 13 Jan., 1846. 

(9r-gq) Frederick Montague (Haig), of London, born 
12 Dec, 1S4S; married I June, 1S71, Ella, daughter 
of Edmund Wilkinson, E.I.C.S., and has 2 sons and 4 
daughters. 

Sidney Montague (Haig), born 13 Dec, 1873; 

Donald Montague, born 26 April, l88o; Adaline 

Charlotte ; Eva Marion ; Florence Mary ; Dorju 
(10<--97) Caroline Mary (Haig). 
(llr-gq) Margaret Christian (Haig). 
(12/-97) Charlotte, died young. 

(13)--9/) Maria Jane, married 4 Jan., 1S76, to Capt. 
Arnold Bovy-Lysberg, of Geneva, and has 2 sons 
and a daughter. 

[1] Charles Wolseley (Bovy-Lysberg), born 12 Feb., 

1S79. 

[2] Ernest (Bovy-Lysberg), born 2 Nov., 1880. 

[3] Chariotte Alice (Bovy-Lysberg). 
[lOq] Margaret Anne (Haig), died in infancy 1806. 
[Uq] Caroline (Haig), married 5 Dec, 1837, to Rev. 
Charles Benjamin Lowe, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1S38, 
rector of Tydd St. Mary since 1 866, of South Collingham, 
Notts, 1S60-6, vicar of Duddington 1853-60, and has 2 
sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Charles Frederic (Lowe), born 14 Sept., 1S38. 

(2) Edward Henry (Lowe), M.A. Sidney Sussex 
Coll., Camb., 1870, vicar of Holy Trinity, Ely, 1S80, 
born 27 April, 1844; married 5 June, 1872, Eleanor 
Susan, daughter of William Newland, of Bramley, 
Surrey. 

(3) Caroline Maria (Lowe), married 20 Jan., 1875, to 
Rev. Edward Curteis Baldwin, M.A. Hertford Coll., 
Oxon, and has a son. 

Godfrey Theodore (Baldwin), born 8 Dec, 1882. 



(4) Frances Marian (Lowe). 

(5) Matilda Constance (Lowe), married 22 July, 1873, 
to Rev. George Dowker Armitage, rector of Broughton 
Astley, CO. Leic, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., and has 2 
sons and a daughter. 

[1] Hubert George (Armitage), born 19 Aug., 1874. 

[2] Robert Cyril Dowker (Armitage), born 28 Nov., 

1877- 

[3] Margaret Helen Constance (Armitage). 
[12(/] Margaret, died young, 1813. 

[13(7] Maria (Haig), died 5 Dec, 1863; married 19 
March, 1833, to Rev. James Oldham, incumbent of St. 
Luke's, Birmingham, but previously in the army (son of 
James Oldham, of Bellamour Hall, co. Staff.), and had 
9 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) lames Henry Oldham (Oldham), born 19 Dec, 
1833; died 18 May, 1S46. 

(2) Charles Sydney (Oldham), born 19 March, 1836; 
died 22 Sept., 1838. 

(3) Riland Wolseley (Oldham), capt. 51st regt., born 
16 Jan., 1838; died 14 Feb., lS65. 

(4) Francis George (Oldham), major R.E., born 6 
Aug., 1839; married 18 Nov., 1SS2, Nora, daughter of 
Henry Haig (see above), and has a son. 

Brian Wolseley (Oldham), born 20 Aug., 1883. 

(5) Robert Augustus (Oldham), born 13 Aug., 1842; 
married I July, 1882, Blanche Graham, daughter of 
late John Inglis Chalmers, of Aldbar Castle, Forfar- 
shire, and has a daughter, 

Dorothy Blanche. 

(6) Abel John (Oldham), born 5 June, 1844. 

(7) James Lighton (Oldham), born 20 May, 1846 ; 
died young. 

(8) James Montagu (Oldham), born 17 Oct., 1850. 

(9) Arthur Combermere (Oldham), born 20 Feb., 1855. 

(10) Caroline Elizabeth (Oldham). 

(11) Mary Olivia (Oldham), died 23 Sept., 1863. 

(12) Ellen Maria (Oldham), married 29 June, 1871, 
to Patrick Chalmers, of Aldbar Castle, Forfarshire, 
formerly 59th regt., and has 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

Patrick Reginald (Chalmers), born 27 June, 1872; 
John Ernest, born 23 Jan., 1874 ; Arthur George de 
Montmorency, born I Sept., 1875 ; Cecil Wolsele3', 
born 31 Oct., 1 876; Gilbert Ramsay, born 8 March, 
18S2; Violet Ellen, a twin with Evelyn Caroline. 

(13) Annie Matilda (Oldham). 

JOHN HAIG, bar.-at-law King's Inns, Dublin, 
Hilary Term 1821, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1832, science medallist 1820, born 16 Sept., 1801 ; 
died 6 Feb., 1837; married 24 Sept., 1825, Jane, 
daughter of John Haig, of Bonnington ; she 
died 28 Sept., 1883 ; had 4 sons and 3 daugh- 
ters. 

[1] ROBERT GEORGE, named on page 163. 

[2] John Edward, R.N., born 2 Sept., 1828, drowned at 

sea 24 Sept., 1846, aged 18. 

[3] Henry Alexander (Haig), of London, born 28 June, 

1832 ; married I June, 1865, Agnes Catherine, daughter 

of Matthew Pollock, of Madras medical service, and has 

had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

Alfred Edward, born 3 June, 1866 ; Claude Henry, 

born 16 Jan., 1874; Alan Gordon, born 12 June, 1877 ; 

Harry Graham, born 13 April, 18S1 ; Evelyn Mary; 

Lilian Agnes; Ada Helen, died 1S74. 
[4] John, born March, 1837 ; died same year. 
[5] Christine Marianne. 
[6] Caroline Mary Wolseley (Haig). 
[7] Margaret, died young. 



[175] 



«| Thg + Descenii + oB ^^ 

CoL John Douglas Johnstone, 



FROM THE 



'BIooD IRojal 




of Cnglano. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Edward II., crowned 23=j=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, 1284, of France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
d. 21 Sept. 1327. d, 22 Aug, 1357. 



Edward III., crowned i 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, 
d. 21 June, 1377. 



Thilippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
liam, Count of Holland and 
Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 
d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke=pElizabeth (1st wife), dau. 



of Clarence, Earl of Ulster, 
and Lord of Connaught and 
Trim, Ireland, b. 29 Nov. 
1338, d. 17 Oct. 1368. 



Philippa of Clarence, only= 
child, b. 16 ■ 



Aug. 1355, m. 



and heir of Willi 
Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
scended from Joan of Acre, 
m. 1352, d. 1363. 



^Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 
of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
d. at Cork 27 Dec. 1381. 



Elizabeth Mortimer (eldest=j=SirThomasdeCamois,K.G., 
dau.), b. at Usk 12 Feb. I ofBroadwater.Sussex.baron 
1371, m. 1st to Henry ofparlt., d. 28Mar. 9Hen. 
"Hotspur," and had issue. V. (2nd husband). 



Sir Richard de Camois,- 
o.v.p. 



=Joan Poynings. 



Alianor de Camois, co-h. of=f=Sir Roger Lewknor, 
her brother Hugh. Horsted Keynes, Sussex, 

I iS Edwd. IV. 

, J 



Nicholas Lewknor, of Par-=f:Elizabeth, sister and co-h. 
ham and Viance, living 14 of Sir William Radmylde, 
Edwd. IV., 1473. I and great-niece of Alianor 

/I- de Can^ois, aforesaid. 



continued al>cfz<e. 



Edward Lewknor, of King-=i=(? Sibella) dau. of Sir Ed- 
ston Bowsey, Sussex, will I mund EUingham, Knt. (ist 
dated 20 Dec, 1522, pr. 30 | wife). 
Oct. following. 



Eleanor Lewknor(2nd wife).=i=Sir William Wroughton, of 
I Broad Hinton, Wilts, Knt. 

T=Anne (2nd wife), dau. and 
co-h. of John Barwick, or 
I Berwick, of Wilcot, Wilts. 



Sir Thomas Wroughton, of= 
Broad Hinton, d. 4 June, 
1 597, aged 56. 



Sir George Wroughton, of=i=Ann, dau. of Robert Gibbs, 
Wilcot, Wilts (3rd son), I of Honington, CO. Warwick. 
a" 1623. I 



Mary Wroughton(2nd dau.),=j=Sir Robert Wolseley, Bart., 
aged 15 in 1620. ( d. 21 Sept. 1646, 

Sir Charles Wolseley, 2nd=f=Anne, youngest dau. of 
bart., M.P., d. Oct. 1714. I William Fiennes, Viscount 
Saye and Sele. 



Frances, dau. of John But- 
neston, Esq., m. 1688, 



Richard Wolseley, of Mount= 
Arrow, CO. Carlow (4th son), 
d. 1725. 



Sir Wm. Wolseley, 
5th bart., d. 12 
May, J779-=T= 
A 



Sir Richard, created=Alicia, widow of Wm. 
a bart. 1744 (see vol. I Rogerson, dau. of Sir 
i-, p. 59). tl- April, Thos. Moljtieux, Bart., 
1768. m. May, 1727. 



Garnet Joseph=Frances Anne, dau. 
Wolseley, major | of Wm. Smith, of 
25th K.O. bor- : Golden Bridge Ho., 
derers, d. 1840. CO. Dublin, m. 1825, 



1883. 



1802, J 



Sir Garnet Joseph Wolseley, Caroline 0'Beime.=Maj.-Gei 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., Baron m. 12 May, 1830, " 
Wolseley, of Cairo and of d. 10 Jan. 1878. 
Wolseley,co.Staff., socreated 
1881, b. 4 June, 1833.= 

A 



John 
Douglas John- 
stone, C B., col. 
33rd regt., d. 19 
Sept. 1663, 



John Douglas Johnstone, = 
col. (h.p.), late lieut.-col. 
33rd and 107th regts., b. 
13 Dec. 1836. 



John Doui;las, b. 21 
March, 1874. 



=Hon. A|Ugusta A. M. 
Plunkett, eldest dau. 
of Randal, 13th 
Baron Louth. 



Augusta, d. 1869. 
Randalina Augusta 
Caroline. 



Samina (1st wife),= 
m. 18 Feb. 1862, 
d. 23 Feb. 1872. 



Capt. Charles 
Carter Barrett, 
d. 18 Jan. 1874. 



Caroline=j=Rev. Abraham 
Katharine, Stanley, LL.B., 
m.9April, chaplain at 
1864. I Lille. 



William. 
Charles. 
Walter. 



Caroline. 
Louisa. 



Caroline, d. 1869. Caroline. 
Augusta. Samina. 



[176] 



4- Thg + DescenT + OB ^^ 
ROBERT EDMOND CHESTER 'WATERS, Esq" 



TBIooti JRopal 




Edward III., crowned i==Philippa, 3rd dau. of William, Count 
Feb. T327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, 1 of Holland and HainauU, m. 24 Jan. 
d. 21 June, 1377. I 1328, d. 14 Aug. 1369. 



John of Gaunt (4th son),=:Katherine (3rd wife), dau. of Sir Payn 
Duke of Lancaster, Earl of Roet, of HainauU (widow of Sir Otes 
Richmond, etc., b. 14 June, Swynford, Knt.), m. 13 Jan. 1396, d. 
1340, d. 3 Feb. 1399. ! 10 May, 1403. 



Joan Beaufort, d.=^Robert de Ferrers (i 
widow 13 Nov. I appt. of Robe,-' ' — 



Elizabeth de Ferrers, elder dau, and=pJohn, Lord Grej'stoke, d. 
co-heir, aged 18 in 1411. 1 1436. 



!narks=^air jonn uarcy (,ist t 
king's I Knt., d. 32 Henry VI., 
Pat.] I 



Richard Darc] 
appt. (ist 
his father. 






and he ir=p Eleanor, dau. of John, 3rd Lord 
d. before 1 Scrope, of Masham. 



, Henry VII., 1487-8. 



SirWiniamDarcy, Knt, grand-=pEuphemia, dau. of Sir John 
aged 4 in 1454, | Langton, Knt., of Farnley, York- 
shire, m. lie. dat. 23 Jan. 1460-1. 



/KKnt., of Ribbleidale. 
A. 



Of aEnglanl?, 



A, 

'ttinued from below. 
Lord Darcy = DowsabeI. 



Elizabeth =Sir Richard Yorke, Knt. (son and heir of Sir Richard 
Darcy. 1 Yorke, Knt., Lord Mayor of York 1469 and 1480X died 
1 1528; inq. p.m. ?o Henry VIII. 



Mary Yorke, d.=y=Thomas Rands, Esq., qommissary of L!noolQ 
27 Feb. 1596 7. j and Stow (only son of Henry, Bishop of Lincohi 
J 1547-51), d, 17 Feb. i6o8-g. 



Dorothy Rands (ist wife), m. at St.=^WaUer Netbercotes, 
Margaret's, Lincoln, 19 Jan. i59i'2, | Nettlehai 
d. 29 June, 1603 ; M.I. at Nettlehan 



Nettleham, gent., son and 
heir, bd. 20 Jan. 1612-13. 



Thomas Nethercotes, Esq., of — Anne, dau. of Vincent Amcotts, 
Nettleham, son and heir, d. 1 Esq., of Langton. d. widow, bd, 
1661, bd. at Nettleham. 12 Aug. i66g. 



Thomas Nethercotes, Esq , 
Nettleham, son and heir, bd 
May, 1670. 



abeth Nethercotes, dau, 
, b. 1669, m. 19 July, 
pt. 1704, at BiUingl 



d_-John Toller, Esq., II., of Eilling- 
1. I borough, High Sheriff ofLincoin- 
lingborough. shire 1707, d. 6 Ma.y, 1732. 



John' 

Hall and of Ryhall, 

April, 1685, bapt. 22 April, 1685 ; r 

at Emman. Coll., Camb., 15 April, 

admitted of Lincoln's Inn xo Dec. 

called to the bar 2 July, 1712. serjt.- 

10 May, 1736, d. 14 Nuv. 1737- 



heir of Wm. Wolla 
n, CO. Leic, Esq., b. 26 Oct., bapt. 
V. 1697, at Shenton, m. 18 Sept. 
'. Chicheley, bd. kg March, 1755. 



-William 


Blayd. 








1734, 


d. 30 Jan 




aged 58. 





Frances Tol-= Edward 

Sept. 172^ 

1746, bd. a 
Horbling 
Sept. 1768. 



Richard 



of Walcot, 
bling.Esq., 
1772, aged 



Con^t, of Lyndoiv 



Feb. i8os.aged 



aged 64 ; 
M.I. at 
Kew. 



17 July, 1730. 
LL.B. of Clare 
Hall, Camb., 
1754, d. 4 Sept. 



Wm. Hyde, 
M.A., co-h. ol 
the Burrells ol 






- Mary . — John 
Blaydwin, do ' 
only child, 
dragoons, m. I d. widow 
at Burton 26 I at Bath 15 
Feb. 1746-7, d. Dec. 1819, 
21 July, 1737, aged 90. 
at the Hot 
Wells, Bristol.A / . 

Lords Howden. 



Cia. 
D.D. 

(2nd husb.X 
Archbishp.Qt 
Dublin, m. 
26 Aug. 1759, 
d. II Dec 
.778. 



Maria (ist wife), 3^Rev. Thomas Methold,:—;Dorothea Frances Catharine Me- — E d m 

' dau.ofNathaniel 1 B.C.L , Rector of Ston- 1 (2nd wife), dau. of thold, b. 13 May, Waters, 
Turner. Esq., of ham Aspall and of Rev. Zachary Rose, 
Stoke Hall, near I Wetheringsett, Canjn | Rector of Broughton 

Ipswich, m. 30 I of Norwich, Chairm»n andDraughton, at Clifton 

Jan. 1793, d. 14 of Quarter Sessions at N ort b an ts, m. 30 May, 1846. 



V.%T.. 



Kew 



)swich, m. 30 I of Norwich, Chairm»n and Draughton, 

in. 1793, d. 14 of Quarter Sessions at N ort b an ts, m. 30 

"g- '795- 1 Ipswich, b. 14 July, June, 1795, d. 20 Ap. 

/K»764, d. ^7 June, 1836. A1848. 



of Tyvry 
and Stormy, co. Gla- 
morgan, brother & heir 
ofGen.Sir John Waters, 



Thomas Melholdj^An 



Waters, Esq., son 
and heir, b. 5 
Jan. 1794, d. 3 
Jan. 1869, bd. at 



John Hawks, 
of Gateshead- 

m. at St! Paii- 
cras, London, 
5 July, 1827. d. 
15 April. 1884. 



Edmond Thomas Wa- Catharine, 
ters, Esq., b. 20 July, 22julv^ 
1795, heir to Mrs. d. 24 M; 
Foulkes, of Billing 
borough, the last sur 
vivor of the Tollers, d, 
unm. I Aug. 1863 bd, 
at Kensal Green; Ivl.I, 



d.24 

1846, bd. at 

Offwell. 



Rev. John Gay 

Copleston, 

M.A.,cfOffwelI, 

Basildon, Berks, 
28 Feb 1832, 
living 1884. 



Fourdaus. and co-heic;, 
of whom the last sur- 
vivor, Philippa (Mrs. 
Foulkes), died 5 June, 
1840, and devised her 
estates to Edmond 
Thomas Waters^ Esq., 
the younger. 



Henry Swan Wa Georgiana. dau^ of 

ters, maj.-gen. Rev. Fredk.. Pierre- 

in the army, b. point Gardiner,M,A.. 

30 Oct. 1809, d. Rector of CombeHay, 

s.p. at Ryde. Isle near Bath, m. at Chel. 

of Wight, 28 Oct. tcnham i8 May, 1843, 

1871. d. 29 Feb. 1880. 



Robert EdmondCfaes-, — Emily Esther Anne, 



. E,q. 
Upton Park, Dorset, 
ohlyson.b. I8 July, 
1828, B.A. (3xon, 
1851, barrister of the 
Inner Temple 1852. 
19th in descent from 
Edward III. 



Jonathan ters, m. at Trinity 

Peel, Esq., of Stand- Ch., Westbourne 

hill, Oxon, n.-phew of Terrace, 18 July, 

Sir Robert Peel, Bt., 1854, d. 15 March, 

M.P., m. at Chelien- 1863, bd. at St. 

ham 17 Oct. 1850. Peter's, Bourne- 
mouth,Hants; 



■Captain Dashwood Ellen , 
Jones, R.A., only Jane 

son of Maj.-Gen. Waters, 

W.D.Jones, R. A., m. at St. 

brother of Sir John George's, 

Jones, of Cranmer Hanover 
Hall, : 



, Norfolk, Bt. 



iOct. 



-Lieut. - Col. Sidney Emily, b. 22 

Parry, R.H.A., son Dec. 1836, d. 

and heir of F. J. Sid- 15 Aug.1842, 

ney Parry, Esq. (late bd. at Horn- 

17th lancers), of the sey. 

Cedars, Sunninghill, ! Mary Alice, 



Berks, 



Edmond Anthony Chester \ 
only son, b. 27 July, 1851, d. 
rence 3 March, 1S54. 



inn 



23 



1884. 



♦• THS + DESCEDIl + OB •♦ 



Lt.-Gen.Henry Knightley Burne, C.B., \ 

FROM 

Cljarlemagne, anU from i^lfreu tfte d^reat* 



Charlemagne <son of Pepin le= 
Bref, by Bertha, dau. of Caribert, 
Count of Leon), King of France 
76S, of Italy 774, and of Ger- 
many 785, crowned Emperor 
at Rome A. D. 800, b. 2 April (or 
28 Jan.), 742, d. 24 Jan. 814. 



■Hildegarde, dau. of 
Childebrand, Duke of 
Suabia, m. 768, d. 
783, bd. at Metz, in the 
abbey of St. Amould. 



Lewis (called Pius), Em-=j=Judith (2nd wife), dau. of 
peror 814, d. 840. Guelph, Count of Altorf, in 

I Suabia. 

I ' 

Charles the Bald, King of^Hermentrude (1st wife), 
France 840-875, Emperor 1 dau. of Odo I., Count of 
87s, b. 823, d. 6 Oct. 878. Orleans, d. 869. 



Alfred •the=Ethelbith, dau. of Judith, widow=Bald« 



Great, 

England 



Muchel of Ethelwulf, 



King, 
land, f. 



Hardy (3rd hus- 
band), count of 
Flanders and 



Ethelswida, or Elfidda, called also=j=Baldwin IL, Count 
Alowith, or Elstrith, m. 889, d. 7 I of Flanders, d. 919. 
June, 929. I 



Amulph the Great, =f=AIisa, or Artela, dau. of Heribert, 
Count of Flanders, d. I Count of Vermandois. 
964. I 



Paid 



ildwin II L, Count or=j=Matilda (2nd wife), dau. of 
Regent of Flanders, d. in 1 Herman Billung, Duke of 
his father's lifetime 961. Saxony. 



it of=i=£ 
s, d. I I 



Amulph II., Count of=j=Susanna, or Rosala, dau. of 
Flanders and Axtois, d. I Berengarius II., King of 
Italy. 



Baldwin IV., Count of=Eleanora, dau. of Richard 
Flanders, styled "of the II., Duke of Normandy, 
handsome beard," cr. Count=pOtgina, dau. of Frederic, 
of Valenciennes 1007, d. Count of the Moselle. 
1034. 



Baldwin V., Count=f=Adela, or Alisa, dau. of Robert, 



of Flanders, d. 1067, 
buried at Lisle. 



King of France, and grand-dau. of 
Hugh Caput, founder of the French 
monastery, elected King of France 
987. 



Maud, or Matilda,=i= William I., King of England, sur- 
m. at Augy 1053, named the Conqueror, cro\vned 25 
crowned Whit Sun- | Dec. 1066, d. at Rouen 9 Sept. 
day, 1068. /k'oS7- 

A, 
COHtinued aicwe. 



continued from helffw. 
Maud, or Matilda=j=William I. 



Henry I., crowned 6 Aug.=i=Matilda (1st wife), dau. of 
iioo.m. 2ndly 2 Feb. 1121, i Malcolm HI., King of 
d. at St. Denis i Dec. 1135; | Scotland, by his 2nd wife, 
the last heir male of the I Matilda, sister of Edgar 
Norman line. | Atheling, crowned 1 1 Nov. 

I ' 1100, d. I May, 11 18. 

Henry IV., Em-=Maud, b. ll04,'=f=GeoffreyPlantagenet, 

' " .... ^;o^n^ Qf Anjou, son 

and heir of Fulke, 

King of Jerusalem 

and Count of Anjou, 

I d. 7 Sept. 1 1 50. 

Henry II., knighted at Car =pEleanor,DuchessofGuienne 



peror of Ger^ m. 2ndly 3 Apl, 

many, m. ilii, ii27,d.atRouen 

d. s.p. 22 May, 10 Sept. 1 167. 
1125. 



lisle H48, crowned at West 
minster 19 Dec. 1154, sub- 
sequently at Lincoln Christ- 
mas Day, 1 157, and lastly 
with his queen at Worces- 
ter, Easter, 1 158; d. 7 
July, 1 189. 



(eldest dau. and heir of Wil- 
liam, tenth of that name, 
Duke of Aquitaine), di- 
vorced wife of Louis VII. 
of France, m. 1151, d. 26 
June, I202. 



John, crowned at West-:=(i) Hawise, youngest dau. 
minster 27 May, 1199; andco-heir of William, Earl 
signed Magna Charta 15 of Gloucester. 
June, 1215 ; borg at Ox-=j=(2) Isabel, dau. of Aymer, 
ford 24 Dec. 1 167; d. in I Count pf Angouleme, cr. 
Newark Castle I9 0ct.i2i6. | at Westminster 1200. 



Henry III., crowned= 
at Gloucester 28 Oct. 
1216, b. I Oct. 1206, 
d. at Westminster 16 
Nov. 1272. 



:Eleanor, and dau. and co-heir of 
Rajrmond Berenger, Count of 
Provence, m. 14, crowned 19 
Jan. 1236 ; d. at Amesbury, 
Wilts, 25 June, 1291, 



I 
Edward I., so named after Edward= 
the Confessor, knighted at Burgos 
1254, crowned at Westminster 19 
Aug. 1274; made four victorious 
expeditions into Scotland ; called on 
his tomb ' Scotorum Malleus '; b. 
17 June, 1239 ; d. at Burgh, Cum- 
berland, 7 July, 1307. 



Eleanor (ist wife), 
dau. of Ferdinand 
III., King of Cas- 
tile, m. 1254, d. at 
Grantham 27 Nov. 
1290. 



Edward II., b. 25 April. 1 284.=f Isobel, dau. of 



crowned at Westminster 23 Feb. 
1307. deposed 25 Jan. 1327, and 
murdered in Berkeley Castle 21 
Sept. following. 



Philip IV. of 
France, m. 28 Jan. 
130S, d. 22 Aug. 
1357. 



[^78] 



continued on next Pagt, 



Our Noble and Gentle Families, 



'ntinued /rom opposite page. 
Edward II.=Flsobel. 



Edward III., crowned at Westminster i 
and Lord of Ireland, and quartered the 

france 1340, and also in 1346, when he fought the celebrated battle of Cressy (26 Aug.) 
Scots were defeated at the battle of Nevill Cross, 17 Oct., and King David II. taken prison'; 
I years. On 19 Sept., 1356, the Black Prini . ■ . ., r. , 



J27 : in 1339 he assumed the style of King of Fraucft :ind England =7= PhiUppa, 3rd dau, 
of France. Instituted the Order of the Garter 1349, Invaded [ William, Count 



the Savoy nearly fiv 



year the I Holland and Hainault, 

l/jndon, where he m. 24 January, 1328, 

^oi'.liers, and took } crowned 1330, d. 15 

!:;, 'J. at Shene 21 Aug. 1369, buried in 

Westminster Abbey. 



(3) Lionel of Ant-=|=(i)Elizabeth, 
werp, b. there 29 1 dau. and heir 



Longueville, in 
Piedmont,i7 0ct. 
1368. 



OF York 6 Aug. 
1385, d. I Aug. 



Philippa of Cla-==Edmund Mortimer, 3rd 
Earl of March, Lord of 
Wigmore, Lieut, of Ire- 
land, d. at Cork 27 Dec. 
1381. 



Roger Mortimer, Earl of=pEleanor, eldest dau. of 
March and Ulster, etc. ; 1 Thomas Holland, Earl 
slain in Ireland 20 July, | of Kent ; she d. 23 
1398 ( :' ' " 



<i) Isabel, (4) johnof Gaiioi,--pKdtUrine('3rdwife), (6)Thomas of=p Eleanor, ' 
youngest d. " time*honoured 1 'la'i. of Sir Payn Woodstock,^ <^V" - ^"4 

andco-heirof Lancaster," created Koet, of Hainault, 

Peter (the Duke of Lancas- Gulenne King of 

Cruel), King ter 13 Njv 1^62 Aims, and widow 

of Castile b. at Ghent, ii. of Sir Otes Swyn- 

and Leon, m. Flanders, u^ June. ford, m. at Lincoln 

i372,d. 1382. 1340, d. -', I't-K I 13 Jan. 1396, d. 



^ J May, M 



Joane de Beau-=p Kalph 
fort, m. 1st Lord ; 1st Ear 
Ferrers of morland, 

Wemme (2nd Oct Maj. 
wife). 



William Bourchierr^iAnne, eldest dau. and 
Earl of West- (3rd husband), _cr. j eventually^-'- ^~" ~ 



Edmund, Earl of Anne, elder sister=pRichard, Earl of 
Kent. m. and d s.p. and co-heir of her . Cambridge, beheaded 
i9jan. 1424. brother, d. 26 Aug. 6 Aug. 1415. 

1446. 



Earl of Eu, in Nor- I both to Thomas and 
mandy, 1419, d. I Edmund, Earls of Staf- 
1420. I ford. 



(ist wife), dau. and 
heir of Sir Richard Hankford. by 
Elizabeth, sister and heir of Fulke, 
Lord Fitzwarine. 



ui r rdute 1 : 
1435, protector 1454, 1455-6, fell at the 
battle of Wakefield, 31 Dec. 1460. | 



Nevill, youngest 
Berkhampsted Castle 31 May, 
t Fotheringay. 



dau., d. John 



ath 9 July, 1536, d. 30 April, 



Henry Holland, Duke of Exeter, Admiral of EngIand,=Anne of York, d. 14 Jan. i47S.=^Sir Thomas St. Leger, 
Ireland, and Aquitaine 1446; Ms body found on the • Knt.,bd. in St. George's 

Kentish shore 1473. Chapel, Windsor. 



Anne St. Leger, d. 22 April, i526.^Sir George Man 



).=pjonn rsourcmer, 2na can o 
■ uncle Henry, Earl of Bridgwal 
I barony of Daubeny 23 Ed. I., c 



William. 3rd Earl of Bath, and=pElizabeth, dau. of Francis 
Baron Fitzwarine, d. 12 April, Russell, ist Earl of Bedford, 
1623. ! K.G., d. 24 March, 1604. 

Edward Bourchier, 4th Earl of==Dorothy (ist wife),dau. of Oliver, 
Bath, died 1636. | Lord St. John of Bletsoe. 

^Thomas Grey, Lord Grey of 
Groby (ist husband), 



Dorothy Bourchier, 2nd 



Dorotnv t 



Earl of Stamford, 



d. 1657. 



April,=FHenry Benson, Esq., lord of 
Tthe manor of Dodford. North- 
/Kampton, d. 20 Sept. 1668. 



jral arms, ( 



Knightley, m. 29 April,=pRichard Williamson, of Eydon, 
1 Northants, capt. Coldstream 
I Guards, d. about 1765. 



Knightlcy Goodman Marriott,=:Rev. Henry Thomas Bume, 
b. 23 Sept. 180S, m. 10 Feb. M.A.,b. 7 April,l799, d. 14 Aug. 
1824, d. 14 April, 1878. 1865. 



Henry Knightley=pFanny, dau. of 
Burne, C.B., lieut.- 
gen. in the army, b, 
1825. 



Evelyne Browne=pSir Owen Tudor Bume, K 
T. Spens, Esq., (ist wife), dau. of Lord C.I.E..C0I. in the army, 
m. 22 Sept. 1873. Kilmaine, m. 20 Nov. political and secret dept 
1867, d. 22 April, 1878. I office 1878, b. 1837. 



[.,=Lady Agnes Charlotte 
in Douglas, dau. of Geo., is 
ia 17th Earl of Mor- (si 



Henry, lieut. Bengal Knightley, lieut. 
staff corps, b. 1854, Cameronians (Scottish 
d.i88.3= regt.), b. 1863. 



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BURNE, HENRY KNIGHTLEY, C.B. 1875, 
lieut.-gen. Bengal staff coqDS, military secre- 
retary to Indian government 1870-81, served in 
Sutlej campaign 1845-6, at Moodkee, Ferozeshah, 
and at Kot Kangra, also in Burmese war 1852-3, 
at Prome and Pegu, 34TH AND 36TH in descent 
FROM Charlemagne, 31ST and 33RD from 
Alfred the Great, and i6th and i8th in 
descent from edward iii., through his 
FOUR SONS; bom 26 Nov., 1825; married 22 
Sept., 1853, Fanny, daughter of T. Spens, Esq. 
(by his wife, Frances, daughter of Gen. Sir 
Joseph O'Halloran, K.C.B.), and has 2 sons and 
2 daughters. 

[1] Henry Thomas George, lieut. Bengal stafif corps, 
born 23 July, 1854; died 14 Maj', 1883; married 21 
Aug., i88r, A'ice, daughter of Edward Baker, Esq., and 
had a son an 1 daughter. 

Guy Edward Knightley, born 6 Nov., 18S2; Fanny 

Caroline Knightley. 
[2] Knightley Owen, lieut. the Cameronians (Scottish 
rilles), born 6 Aug., 1863. 

[3] Caroline Eleanor Mary, married II Nov., 187S, to 
Major William Loch, Bengal cavaln', and has a son. 

Gran\-ille Oliver Coutts, born 22 Aug., 18S0. 
[4] Laura Frances, married 27 March, 1879, to Ed- 
ward Laurie, Esq., Bengal medical service, and has 
a daughter. 

Edith. 




The Descent of 
The Burne Family from Edward III. 

DWARD III., king of 
England, earl of Chester 
1320, duke of Aquitaine, 
count of Ponthieu and 
Montreuil 1325; crowned 
at Westminster in his 
father's lifetime, i Feb., 
1327; defeated the Scots 
at Halidon Hill, 1333. 
In 1339 he assumed the 




the first quarter; gained a great naval victory 
over the French off Sluys 1340, and won the 
celebrated battle of Cressy 26 Aug., 1346; 17 
Oct. following the Scots were defeated at Neville 
Cross, and King David 11. taken prisoner to 
London, where he remained nearly 11 years. 
Instituted the order of the Garter 1349. His son, 
the Black Prince, defeated the French at the 
battle of Poictiers, 19 Sept., 1356, and brought 
King John prisoner to London, where he remained 
nearly 5 years (for further particulars see Royal 
Lineage, Foster's Peerage). The king died at 
Sheen, Surrey, 21 June, 1377, having had, with 
other issue, a son, 

LIONEL of Antwerp, bom there 29 Nov., 
1338 ; duke of Clarence, so created 1362 ; 
created earl of Ulster and lord of Connaught and 
Trim in Ireland, in right of his ist wife ; died at 
Longueville, in Piedmont, 17 Oct., 1368; married 
1st, 1352, Elizabeth, daughter and heir of William 
de Burgh, earl of Ulster (whose mother Elizabeth 
was youngest sister and co-heir of Gilbert de 
Clare, earl of Hertford and Gloucester, who fell 
at Bannockbum 1313, son of Joan of Acre, 
daughter of Edward I.); she died in Dublin 1363. 
He married 2ndly, 1368, Violanta, daughter of 
Galeazzo, duke of Milan ; she re-married to Otho 
Paleologus, marquis of Montferrat. By his first 
marriage he had an only daughter, 

PHILIPPA OF Clarence, bom 16 Aug., 1355 ; 
married, 1368, to Edmund Mortimer, 3rd 
earl of March, lord of Wigmore, lieut. of Ireland 
3 Richard II. ; died at Cork 27 Dec, 1381, having 
had, with other issue, a son, 

ROGER MORTIMER, eari of March and 
Ulster, lord of Wigmore, Clare, and Con- 
naught, lieut. of Ireland 24 Jan., 1381, nominated 
by Richard II. his successor in the kingdom of 
England; was slain by O'Brien and the Irish of 
Leinsterat Kenlis 20 July, 1398, aged 24; married 
Eleanor, eldest daughter of Thomas Holland, 
earl of Kent ; she was re-married to Sir Edward 
Charlton, Lord Powis, and died 23 Oct., 1405, 



Style of "king of France and England, and lord | having had issue by both husbands, — by her ist 
of Ireland," and quartered the amis of France in | husband she had, with other issue, a daughter, 
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The Burne Familyi 



ANNE MORTIMER, married, as ist wife, to 
Richard of Conisburgh (son of Edmund, 
duke of York) ; created earl of Cambridge 2 Hen. 
IV., 1414; beheaded for high treason 6 Aug., 
1415, leaving, with an only daughter, an only son, 



RICHARD, 3rd duke of York, restored to his 
uncle's titles as duke of York, earl of 
Cambridge and Rutland, and lord of Tindale, 
4 Hen. VI., 1425, became earl of Ulster and 
March, lord of Wigmore, Clare, Trim, and 
Connaught, on the death of his uncle, Edmund 
Mortimer, earl <rf March, 1424, constable of 
England, regent of France with Edmund Beau- 
mont, duke of Somerset, 1435, lieut. and capt.- 
genl. of all France 18 Hen. VI., lieut. of Ireland 
26-36 Hen. VI. ; constituted protector of the 
realm in parliament 3 April, 1454, and again 19 
Nov., 1455; in Oct., 1459, the Duke went to 
Ireland, and he with his son, the Earl of March, 
■were declared traitors in parliament 20 Nov. same 
year; at the battle of Northampton, g July, T460, 
the earl of March took King Henry prisoner ; the 
Duke returned to England and claimed the crown, 
but agreed that Henry should continue to reign 
for life, and be succeeded by the then duke of 
York, who was declared rightful heir to the crown ; 
at the battle of Wakefield, 31 Dec, 1460, the 
Duke's forces were defeated by those under Henry's 
queen (Margaret), and he lost his life ; married 
Cecilie, youngest daughter of Ralph Nevill, earl 
of Westmorland (by Joane Beaufort, his 2nd wife, 
daughter of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster) ; 
she died at Berkhamstead Castle 31 May, 1495 ; 
buried with the Duke, at Fotheringhay, having 
had, with other issue, a daughter. 



ANNE OF York, died 14 Jan., 1475 ; married 
I St, to Henry Holland, 2nd duke of E.xeter, 
admiral of England, Ireland, and Aquitaine, 14 
Feb., 1446, wounded and unhorsed at the battle 
of Bamet, divorced 12 Nov., 1472, his body dis- 
covered on the Kentish shore in 1473 ; she re- 
married to Sir Thomas St. Leger, Knt., esquire of 
the body to Edward IV., sheriff of Surrey and 
Sussex II Edward IV., in which year he was one 
of the defenders of Rochester castle; he espoused 
the cause of the house of Lancaster, under Henry, 
earl of Richmond, and was executed in London, 
buried in the chantry which he founded in the 
north cross aisle of St. George's chapel, leaving 
an only child, 



ANNE ST. LEGER, died 22 April, 1526; 
married to Sir George Manners, Baron de 
Ros; he died 23 or 27 Oct., 1513, having had, 
with^other issue, a daughter, 

[I 



■p LEANOR MANNERS, married, as 2nd wife, 
J—' to John Bourchier, 2nd earl of Bath, Lord 
Fitzwarine, heir to his uncle Henry, earl of 
Bridgwater in 1548, and sole heir general of the 
barony of Daubeny, created 23 Edward I. ; he 
died 10 Feb., 1560, buried at Hengrave, Suffolk, 
will dated 14 Jan., 1560, proved April following; 
had, with other issue, a son, 

JOHN, Lord Fitzwarine, died in his father's 
lifetime, 28 Feb., 1556, aged 27, buried at 
Hengrave; married Frances, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Kytson, of Hengrave, Suffolk ; she (mar- 
ried 2ndly, about 1557, to William Bamabie, of 
Great Saxham, Suffolk) died 1585-6, her will 
dated 1 March, 1585, proved 6 April same year, 
had, with other issue, a son, 

WILLIAM BOURCHIER, 3rd earl of Bath. 
Lord Fitzwarine, etc., served in the ex- 
pedition to the Netherlands in aid of the Dutch, 
under Robert, earl of Leicester, 28 Elizabeth ; 
died 12 April, 1623 ; married Elizabeth, daughter 
of Sir Francis Russell, earl of Bedford, K.G., 
K.B. ; she died 24 March, 1604, buried at Tavis- 
tock, Devon, having had a son, 

EDWARD, 4th eari of Bath, Lord Fitzwarine, 
etc., married ist, Dorothy, daughter of 
Oliver, Lord St. John of Bletsoe, and sister of 
Oliver, earl of Bolingbroke ; he married 2ndly, 
Anna, daughter of Sir Robert Lovett, Knt., of 
Lipscombe, Bucks; he died 1636, leaving by his 
ist wife 3 daughters and co-heirs. 

[1] Elizabeth, married to Basil, earl of Denbigh, 
died s.p. 

[2] DOROTHY, of whom presently. 
[3] Anne, married Ist to James Cranfield, earl of Mid- 
dlesex, and 2ndly to Sir Chichester Wrey, Knt. and 
Bart., and had issue. 

DOROTHY BOURCHIER (2nd daughter and 
co-heir of Edward, 4th earl of Bath, and 
6th Baron Fitzwarine), married ist to Thomas 
Grey, Lord Grey of Groby (son and heir of Henry, 
ist earl of Stamford); he died in the lifetime of 
his father, 1657, leaving issue; Lady Grey mar- 
ried 2ndly to Gustavus Mackworth, by whom she 
had a daughter, Mary; by her ist husband. Lord 
Grey, she had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Thomas (Grey), 3rd earl of Stamford, married and 

died without surviving issue, 1720. 

[2] ELIZABETH, married to Henry Benson, Esq., of 

Dodford, of whom immediately. 

[3] Anne (Grey), married to James Grove, Esq., sergt.- 

at-law, 8 Nov., 1705, of Alveley, Salop, gen., 20 Nov., 

1671, when admitted a student of the Inner Temple, 

called to the bar 1676, bencher 1699, reader 1700, 

died , 1734, having had, with other issue, 

a son. 

James Grey Grove, of Poole Hall, Salop, M.P. 
Bcwdley 1715-22, Bridgnorth 1 734-41, probably 
ancestor of Grey Jermyn Grove, of Poole Hall, Salop, 



•I] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



ELIZABETH GREY, buried 22 April, 171 1, 
monumental inscription in Dodford church ; 
married to Henry Benson, Esq., lord of the manor 
of Dodford, Northants (son of Richard Benson, of 
Charwelton, Northants, by Anne, daughter and 
co-heir of John Wyrley, Esq., lord of the manor 
of Dodford); he died 14 Nov., 1725, aged 73, 
monumental inscription Dodford, having had 3 
daughters. 

[1] Anna Maria (Benson), died 9 June, 1674, aged 
sixteen months. 

[2] Elizabeth Christian, bequeathed her fortune of 
^30,000 to her niece Charlotte Marriott, died unmarried 
14 March, 1730, aged 55, monumental inscription 
Dodford. 

[3] Jane Grey (Benson), youngest daughter and co- 
heir, died 3 Dec, 1731, aged 46 ; married, as 1st wife, 
to Lucy Knightley, Esq., of Fawsley Hall, Northants; she 
buried there 28 Aug., 1738, having had 2 sons and 
4 daughters. 

(1) Valentine (Knightley), of Fawsley, Northants, 
M.P. 174S-54, father of Sir John, created a baronet 
2 Feb., 1798 (see Foster's Baronetage), and of Jane, 
wife of John Kingston (see vol. iii.). 

(2) Richard Benson Knightley, born 3 Aug., 1720; 
died 25 June, 1721, M.l. Dodford. 

(3) Elizabeth, born iS Aug., 1721; married to John 
Westbrooke, of Navestoke, Essex ; died s.p. 

(4) JANE, bom 25 Aug., 1726, married to Richard 
Williamson, of Eydon, Northants, of whom presently. 
(6) Lucy (Knightley), born 10 Oct., 1727; married to 
Joseph Smyth, of Sholebrooke Lodge, Northants, Esq. 
(6) Deborah (Knightley), died young. 

JANE KNIGHTLEY, bom 25 Aug., 1726; died 
; married 29 April, 1744, to 
Richard Williamson, of Eydon, Northants, capt. 
Coldstream guards 1740-5, and had 18 children, 
of whom 7 sons and 5 daughters. 
[1] Richard (Williamson), born 13, died 14 Feb., 1744-5. 
[2] James Charles, born 2 Sept., 1748; died 14 Jan. 
following. 

[3] Thomas, born 25 Aug., 1750. 
[4] Richard Lumley, born 4 Feb., died 2 Oct., 1753. 
[5] Knightley, born II Nov., 1755; died 27 Sept., 1756, 
[6] Lucy (a son), born 5 Jan., 1757. 
[7] Valentine, born 20 Nov., 1759. 
[8] Barbara, born 26 Dec, 1 746. 

[9] Christiana, born 7 Jan., I752;died2I MarchfoUowing. 
[10] Jane Grey (Williamson), born 3 Dec, 1754; mar- 
ried 7 May, 1779, as 1st wife to Rev. Newdigate Poyntz, 
rector ofTormarton, co. Glouc ; he died 19 Dec, 1825, 
having had 4 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Nathaniel (Poyntz), of Alvescot House, O.NOn, 
curate of Tormarton aforesaid; born 12 Aug., 1 782; 
died March, 1873; married Ann, daughter of Richard 
Jenkins, of Llanharan House, co. Glamorgan, and had 
a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Newdigate, died aged 19. 

[2] Sarah Jane (Poyntz), died s.p. l86l, married 
15 May, 1838, to Robert Charles Nicholl Carne, of 
Nash, CO. Glam., J. P., D.L., bar.-at-law, constable 
of the castle of St. Quintin, died 24 Nov., 1869. 
[3] Caroline Anne (Blandy-Jenkins), assumed the 
latter name 1856, married , 1837, to John 

Blandy, of Kingston Bagpuize, Berks (son of 
Adam Blandy, Esq.) ; he died 17 Jan., 1844, leaving 
2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) John (Blandy-Jenkins), of Kingston Bag- 
puize, Berks, J.P., D.L., high sheriff 1866, J.P. 
CO, Glamorgan, assumed the additional surname 



of Jenkins after his great-uncle, Richard Hoare 
Jenkins, Esq., of Llanharan House, co. Gla- 
morgan, born 28 June, 1839; married 16 Oct., 
lS6l, Alice Martha, daughter of late Charles 
Wilson Faber, Esq., of Northaw House, Herts, 
and has a son and 4 daughters. 

[1] John (Blandy-Jenkins), born 9 July, 1865. 
[2] Mary. [3] Alice. [4] Eva. [5] Ethel. 
(2) Adam Fettiplace (Blandy), born , 

1842; married 6 Feb., 1868, Elizabeth Mary, 
daughter of John Whitlock Stradhng-Came, Esq., 
of St. Donat's Castle, co. Glamorgan, and has 5 
sons and 7 daughters. 

Robert Acton, born I March, 1870; John Came, 
born II July, 1872; Adam Poyntz, bom 17 Aug., 
1873; Lyster Fettiplace, born 21 Sept., 1874; 
Sydenham Harvey Brancker, bom 11 June, 
1879; Blanche Gwendolyn; Constance Mary; 
Caroline Winifrid ; Mabel Beatrix; Mary 
Nicholl; Margaret Jane; Elizabeth Sidney 
Reneira. 

(3) Anne. 

(4) Mary, married , 1864, to Rev. Sains- 
bury Langford Sainsbury, M.A. Trin. Coll., Oxon, 
1S56, rector of Beckington since 1857, and has a 
son and 3 daughters. 

Thomas Hugh (Sainsbury), born 1869 ; Grace 
Mary, Katherine, Mar>'. 
(2) Newdigate, capt. R.N., born 14 April, 1785; died 
15 Nov., 1S53; married 30 Sept., 1827, Alice, daugh- 
ter of John Brynn ; she died 21 April, 1875, having 
had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Newdigate (Poyntz), M.A. Pembroke Coll., 

Oxon, 1867, vicar of Little Drayton since 1876, born 

23 Nov., 1842; married 18 July, 1S74, Margaret 

Julia, daughter of Henry Sweeting, of Godman- 

chester, Hunts, and has had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 

Newdigate (Poyntz), bom 2 June, 1875; Henry 

Stephen Castleton, born 31 Dec, 1878, died 3 

April, 1S79; Nathaniel John, bom 4 July, 1882; 

Robert Hugh, born 10 Oct., 1883; Margaret 

Alice; Mary Dorothy; Caroline Ursula; Eleanor 

Jane. 

[2] Nathaniel Castleton Stephen (Poyntz), B.A. 

Pembroke Coll., Oxon, 1868, in holy orders, bom 

19 Oct., 1846; married 28 Dec, 1882, Helen Willis, 

daughter of James Munro Minor, M.D., of New 

York, and has a son, 

Richard Stephen Pierrepont (Poyntz), bom 25 



Nov., iJ 



[3] Alice, married 27 Nov., 1S56, to Rev. Jacob 
Wood, rector of Syde, co. Glouc, who died s.d. is 
Feb., 1866. ^ 

[4] Jane, married 29 Sept., 1859, to Rev. Arthur 
Cardinal Saunders, M.A. Pembroke Coll., Oxon, 
1848, rector of Lydiard Millicent since 1881, vicar 
of Magor-with-Redwick from 1860-81, and has had 
3 sons and 3 daughters. 

Arthur Newdigate (Saunders), died unmarried ; 

Frederick Stephen Poyntz; Nathaniel Argent; 

Caroline Alicia; Catharine; Mary Elizabeth 

Poyntz. 
[5] Lucy, died young, 1854. 

[6] Mary (Poyntz), married 16 July, 1S63, to Spencer 
Phipps Brett, capt. R.N., retired. 
(8) Stephen (Poyntz), E.I.C.S., born 5 Aug., 1787; 
died unmarried, 10 Dec, 1872. 

(4) William, E.I.C.S., bom 17 March, 1790; died un- 
married 6 Sept., 1804. 

(5) Elizabeth, bom 16 March, 1780; died unmarried 
1842. 

(6) Lucy, born 11 May, 1781 ; died young. 

(7) Caroline, born 27 April, 1787; married to Rev. 
William Way Burne, rector of Grittleton, died s.p. 3 
May, 1857. - *^ 

] 



The Burne Family. 



(8) Amy, died young. 

(9) Lucy (Poyntz), born 6 Feb., 1789; died unmarried 
1S56. 

[H] Rachel, born 29 Aug., 1758; died 4 July following 
year. 

[12] Charlotte (Williamson), died , 1833; mar- 

ried at Tormarton, co. Glouc, 25 Jan., 1785, to Thomas 
Marriott, Esq., 2nd dragoon guards (Queen's bays), 
1798-1800; he died May, 1840, having had 2 sons and 
8 daughters. 

(1) Thomas (Marriott), born 28 July, 1790; died 

, 1825; married , 1S23, Harriet Good- 

man (she re-married to Mr. John East), and had an 
only child. 

Chadotte Elizabeth. 

(2) Richard Williamson (Marriott), born 16 Aug., 
1794, died 5 Oct. 1S72. 

(3) Charlotte Williamson, bom 18 Oct., 1785; died 
unmarried 1824. 

(4) Katherine, bom 31 Oct., 1786, married 

, to Mr. James Hill, and had a son and 2 
daughters, Caroline and Eleanor. 

(5) Barbara, bom 6 Dec, 1787; died unmarried 1823. 

(6) Lucy, born 16 June, 1789; married to 
Thorniwark. 

(7) Jane Knightley, bom 12 Sept., 1791; died 28 
May, 1792. 

(8) Jane, born 23 Feb., 1792; died young 22 Aug., 1797. 

(9) Mary Addington, born 23 Nov., 1795; married 

, 1S20, to Joliffe, and died s.p. 

(10) Christiana Benson, born 4 March, 1797; died 
unmarried Sept., 1834. 

(11) Jane Knightley, bora 21 July, 1798; died 21 
Jan., 1799. 

(12) Knightley Goodman (Marriott), next named. 



KNIGHTLEY GOODMAN MARRIOTT 
(youngest child of Thomas and Charlotte 
Marriott, last named), bom 23 Sept., 1805 ; died 
14 April, 1878; married 10 Feb., 1824, to Rev. 
Henry Thomas Burne, M.A., of Grittleton, Wilts ; 
bom 7 April, 1799; died 14 Aug., 1865, having 
had 15 sons and 5 daughters. 

[1] George Henry (Bume), born 21 Dec, 1824; died 

18 Feb., 1825. 

[2] LIEUT.-GEN. HENET KNIGHTLEY (BTJENE), 

C.B., first-named (see page 180). 

[3] George Charjes (Bume), an elder brother of the 

Trinity House, born 31 Jan., 1827; married 6 May, 

1857, Mary Anne, daughter of Col. Sir George Henry 

Hewett, Bart, (see Foster's Baronetage), and has a son. 

George Henry Poyntr (Burne), lieut. 1879, and adj. 

the Leicestershire regt. 1S83; bom i March, 1858. 
[4] Horatio Mackie (Burne), bora 17 March, 1S28; died 
20 Aug., 1S29. 

[6] Newdigate Hooper Kearney (Bume), bar.-at-law 
of Lincoln's Inn 1S60, late lieut. Ottervale (Devon) 
mounted rifle volunteers (retired 185S), born 14 Nov., 
1830; married 15 Sept., 1S53, to Hon. Caroline Penelope 
Addington, daughter of Rev. William Leonard, 2nd 
Viscount Sidmouth (see Foster's Peerage), and has 5 
sons and 5 daughters. 
(f) (1) Newdigate Addington Knightley (Bume), lieut. 

Bengal staff corps, bom 23 Nov., 1855. 
(5? (2) Knightley Poyntz, lieut. Seaforth highlanders 

(Ross-shire buffs, the Duke of Albany's) 1881, bom 
- 10 Nov., 1S58. 
(j) (3) Malcolm Hiley, lieut. royal Sussex regt., bom 17 

March, 1S61. 

(4) Herbert William Leonard, bom 27 March, 1S65. 
^ (6) Rainald Owen Percy, born 3 Jan., 1871, 



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(6) Ethel Caroline. 

(7) Dora Mary Louisa, 

(8) Lilian Ursula. 

(9) Eveline Clara. 

(10) Christabel Lucy. 

[6] A rthur Stephen (Bume ), solicitor, sometime in the 
WarOrtice, and private sec to late Right Hon. Edward 
Horsman, born 26 April, 1832. 

[7] Felix Neeld (Burne), T.P.Queensland 1S59-72, born 
17 July, 1S33; died 17 May, 18S2 ; married 25 Aug., 
1859, Laura Mary, daughter of Capt. Robert Adair 
McNaghten, and had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

Lionel Arthur Halford (Burne), born 25 Sept., l86o, 
died 28 Feb., 1S66; Felix Malcolm Poyntz, bom 12 
Mai', 1871 ; Newdigate Halford Marriott, born 21 July, 
1872; Beata Mabel; Ellen Gertrude. 
[8] Alfred Bodicote (Bume), of Hill End, New South 
Wales, clerk of petty sessions, bom 23 Nov., 1835. 
[9] Col. Sir Owen Tudor (Burne), K.C.S.I., C.I.E., 
secretary in political and secret department of India 
office since 1S74, joined 20th regt. 1855, served in 
Crimea and Indian mutiny in fifteen actions, including 
siege and capture of Lucknow, military secretary to 
com.-in-chief. Sir Hugh Rose (Field-Marshal Lord 
Straithnairn) 186 1-5, private secretary to (gov.-gens.) 
earl of Mayo 1868-72, and to Lord Lytton 1S76-8; 
born 12 April, 1837 ; married 1st, 20 Nov., 1867, Hon. 
Evelyne Browne, daughter of John, 3rd Lord Kilmaine ; 
she died 22 April, 1878 (see page 104) ; he married 
2ndly, 9 Aug., 1S83, Lady Agnes Charlotte Douglas, 
daughter of George Sholto, 17th earl of Morton; by 
his 1st wife he had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Francis Henry Cavendish, born 23 Nov., 1870. 

(2) Charles Richard Newdigate, bom i April, 1873. 

(3) Edward Robert, bom 14 Aug., 1876. 

(4) Gertrude Mary. 

(5) Evelyne Alice Eleanor. 

[10] Frederick (Burne) of Tumut, New South Wales, 
clerk of petty sessions, born 14 April, 1839; married 
16 May, 1872, Bessie, daughter of Frederick R. 
Ferrier, of Ferrier's Vale, New South Wales, and has 
4 sons and a daughter. 

Frederick Charies Meredith (Bume) ; Edward Owen 

Poyntz; Claude Hector; Knightley Ferrier; Grey. 
[11] Jasper (Burne), major Benga Istaff corps, comdt. 
Malwah Bheel corps, born 25 Jan., 1841 ; married 3 Dec, 
1S78, Annie, daughter of Thomas Hendle}', Esq., of 
Charlton, Kent. 

[12] Alan de Leyburn (Burne), born 19 Sept., 1845. 
[13] Knightley Grey (Burne), jprrintint. commissioner 
British Burmah, bom 14 May, 1847 ; married 16 April, 
1S72, Mary Eliott, daughter of Maj.-Gen. William Car- 
michael Russell, R.A. (see Foster's Baronetage), and has 
2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Knightley Arthur Llo5'd (Bume), born 26 Oct., 1873 ; 

Lindsay Eliott Lumley, bom I July, 1877; Evelyne 

Mary ; Beatrice Maude ; May Adela. 
[14] Malcolm Lionel, born 18 Sept., 1848; died 6 March 
following. 

[16] Douglas Edward (Burne), born lo Dec, 1S52. 
[16] Lucy Bella, born 20 Oct., 1829; died 8 June, 1846. 
[17] Christiana Frances, bom 22 Aug., 1834; died II 
Nov., 1835. 

[18] Caroline Mary, born 31 Aug., 1842. 
[19] Adela Maude, bom 12 March, 1844; died 22 April, 
1850. 

[20] Eleanor Elizabeth Lumley, bora 9 Feb., 1850; 
married 16 Oct., 1873, to Gen. Sir James Brind, K.C.B., 
col. comdt. R.A. since 1877, commanded R.A. af Delhi 
1857, at Pohilcund under Lord Clyde, and at Bareilly, 
Allahabad division, 1873-5, Sirhind division 1875, ^^^ 
has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Percy Edwin Owen (Brind), born 17 Jan., 1877 ; 

Ralph Montacute, bom 2 Dec, l88l ; Eleanor Jane 

Marriott; Joan Knightley. Tb „ Z Hx^ah^^df^^ - 



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♦• Ths DesceriT ob'S^" 



Edward McLaughlin, Lt.-Col. R.A. 

{BASED ON A PEDIGREE RECORDED BY ULSTER KING-OF-ARMS), 



IBIooO iRopal 




of (ZBnglann. 



Edward I., crowned l9=f=Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 1 7 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



John, Count^Elizabeth,=Humphrey de Bohun, Earl'of 
of Holland, d. 5 May, I Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (isthus- I3l6,aged fell at Boroughbridge, j6 
band), d.s.p. 32. | March, 1 321. 

James Butler, Earl of:^Eleanor=i::Sir Thomas de Dag- 
Carrick and Earl of Or- I de worth (2nd husband), 
monde (1st husband), Bohu;i. Jiad summons to parlt. 
d. 6 June, 1337. | ' 13 Noy. 1347- 



James Butler, 2nd Earl pf:=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John 
Ormonde, lord justice of I Darcy, lord justice of^Ire^ 
Ireland 1359-60, d. 18 Ocf. land, she re-m. to Sir Ro- 
1382-3. I berf Hereford. 

James Butler, 3rd Earl of=Anne, dau. of John, 5th 
Ormonde, lord justice pf i Lord Welles. 
Ireland, d. 7 Sept. 1405. ' | ' 

Sir Richard Butler, of Poles-=Catharinp, dim. of Gildas 
town, CO. Kilkenny. I O'Reilly, lord pf Cavan. 

Sir Edmund Butler, pfPoles=Catharine, dau. of Mulrony 
town, d. 13 June, 1464. | OCarroU, d. 1506. 



Sir James Butler, hi^ attain-=^abina, dau. of Donnell 
der was reversed, d. 16 Apl. j Reagh, MacMurrough Ca- 
1487. I venagh, d. 1508. 



Pierce, 8th Earl of Onnonde=Margare^, 2nd dau. of Gerald 
in 1515, cr. Earl of Ossoiy | FitiGerald,EarlofKildare, 
1527, d. 21-26 Aug. 1539. I K.Q. 

^elleii Butl?r=Donog^^ Q'Br^en, 2nd Earl 
^ofThon^ondjd. April, ISS3. 



A, 

continuedfrom below. 
Hellen Butler=f=Donogh O'Brien. 



3rd Earl=Ownye (2nd wife), dau. of 
I Turlogh-Mac-i-Brien-ara. 



ijames Butler, 2nd Baron of 
Dunboyne, d. 18 Feb. 1621. 



Margaret 0'Brien(2ndwife),: 
d. 20 Feb. 1636. 



Theobald Butler, of Kil-=Margaret, widow of Sir 
loskehan, co. Tipperary, 3rd I Nicholas Arthur, of Lime- 
' " ' ' rick, dau. of Sir Valentine 

Blake, Bart. 



', 3rd I 



James Butler, of Killoskehan=Margaret Bourke, 
and Drom, in Tipperary. I 



James Butler, of Killoskehan= Button. 

and Drom, co. Tipperary. | 



Richard Butler, of Drom=Margaret, dau. of Morgan 
and Wilford, co. Tipperary. | O'Brien. 



Theobald Butler, of Wilford.=Eli2abeth(?nd wife), dau., of 
Esq., will dated 22 June, ] Edmond Lee, of Waterford 
1794. Esq. 



:Thomas McLaughlin, of 
Dublin, Esq., and of Bal- 
lythomas, Queen's Co., 
i). 5761, d. 1810. 



William Butler, of EJiza- : 

Wilford and Drom, beth 

m. and d. s.p. 3 B\itler. 
Jan. 1806. 



Hubert McLaughlin, rec-=Hon.FredericaCrofton(post.), 
tor of Burford, Salop, b. ] dau.of Sir Edward Crofton.of 
9 Aug. 1805, d. 15 D^c. I Moate, CO. Roscommon, Bart., 
1882. I sister of Edward, Lord Crofton 

(see Foster's Peerage), m. 24 
I Sept. 1835, d. 28 May, 1881. 



Edward McLaugh- William George 

lin, J.P., lieut.-col. McLaughlin, bl 

R.A., b. 1838, m. 1839, m. 1877 

J857 Annie, only Frances, dau. of 

child of late J. Bto. late J. Garnett, 

milow, Esq., of St. E=q., of Mill 

Helens, Lanes. ==' Hous< 

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Frederick Hubert Charles McLaugh- Randolph Hum- Alfred Harry Mc- Lou 
McLaughlin, dis- lin, of Park Gate, phrey McLaugh- Laughlin, B.A., b. Sophia. 



of late Col. 
Finnis, i8th 
gal N.L 



-Berens, vicar 1852, m. 1S76 Mary Georgina. 

1881 of Sidcup, b.1844, Lelilia, only child 

dau. m. r877 EUinor of late T. Unvick, 

John Frances, only of the Castle, Lud- 

Ben- child of H. H. low. 
Berens, Es^^ Q% 



Esq., 



Sidcup. 



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[184] 




MCLAUGHLIN, EDWARD, of the Lydiates, 
Brimfield, Herefordshire, J. P., lieut.-coL 

R.A., 1881 ; I9TH IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD L; 

bom I Jan., 1858; married 3 June, 1857, Anne, 
only child of late James Bromilow, Esq., of St. 
Helens, Lanes., and has 4 sons. 

[1] Edward Crofton Leigh, in holy orders; bom 19 

Nov., 1858. 

[2] George Hall, lieut. R.A.; bom 27 Dec, 1859. 

[3] Hubert James, lieut. 94th regt. ; born 2 Dec, i860. 

[4] Vivian Guy Ouseley, bom 25 Sept., 1865. 




The Descent of 
Lieut. -Col. McLaughlin, R.A., 

FROM 

THE Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD L, so named 
after Edward the Confes- 
sor; bom at Westminster 
17 June, 1239, knighted 
at Burgos 1254, created 
earl of Chester ; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and exer- 
cised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died at 
Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, 
buried in Westminster Abbey; by his ist wife, 
Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., king of 
Castile, who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with 
other issue, a son, 

EDWARD II., bom in Carnarvon Castle 25 
April, 1284; styled prince of Wales and 
earl of Chester 130 1 ; created duke of Aquitaine 
4 Nov., 1306 ; crowned at Westminster by Henry, 
bishop of Winchester, 23 Feb., 1307; suffered 




[ 



forfeiture of his French territory in 1324, by i 
of his omission to do homage in that year to 
Charles le Bel. Edward was imprisoned in Kenil- 
worth Castle, formally deposed 25 Jan., 1327, 
and murdered in Berkeley Castle 21 Sept. same 
year. The king married 28 Jan., 1308, Isabel, 
daughter of Philip IV. of France; she died at 
Hertford 22 Aug., 1358, having had, with other 



EDWARD III., king of England, eari of 
Chester 1320, duke of Aquitaine, count of 
Ponthieu and Montreuil 1325 ; crowned at West- 
minster in his father's lifetime, i Feb., 1327; 
defeated the Scots at Halidon Hill 1333 ; in 1339 
he assumed the style of "king of France and 
England, and lord of Ireland," and quartered 
the arms of France in the first quarter ; gained 
a great naval victory over the French off Sluys 
1340, and won the celebrated battle of Cressy 
26 Aug., 1346; 17 Oct. following the Scots were 
defeated at Neville Cross, and King David 11. 
taken prisoner to London, where he remained 
nearly 11 years. Instituted the order of the 
Garter 1349. His son, the Black Prince, 
defeated the French at the battle of Poictiers, 19 
Sept., 1356, and brought King John prisoner to 
London, where he remained nearly 5 years (for 
further particulars see Royal Lineage, Foster's 
Peerage). The king died at Sheen, Surrey, 21 June, 
1377, having had, with other issue, a son. 



LIONEL OF Antwerp, born there 29 Nov., 
1338 ; duke of Clarence, so created 1362 ; 
created earl of Ulster and lord of Connaught and 
Trim in Ireland, in right of his ist wife; died at 
Longueville, in Piedmont, 17 Oct., 1368; married 
ist, 1352, Elizabeth, daughter and heir of William 
de Burgh, earl of Ulster (whose mother Elizabeth 
was youngest sister and co-heir of Gilbert de 
Clare, earl of Hertford and Gloucester, who fell 
at Bannockburn 13 13, son of Joan of Acre, 
daughter of Edward I.) ; she died in Dublin 1363. 
He married zndly, 1368, Violanta', daughter of 
Galeazzo, duke of Milan ; she re-married to Otho 
Paleologus, marquis of Montferrat. By his first 
marriage he had an only daughter, 

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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



A' 



PHILIPPA OF Clarence, bom i6 Aug., 1355; 
married, 1368, to Edmund Mortimer, 3rd 
earl of March, lord of Wigmore, lieut. of Ireland 
3 Richard II. ; died at Cork 27 Dec, 1381, having 
had, with other issue (see Wolseley and Haig 
pedigrees), a son, 

ROGER MORTIMER, eari of March and 
Ulster, lord of Wigmore, Clare, and Con- 
naught, lieut. of Ireland 24 Jan., 1381, nominated 
by Richard II. his successor in the kingdom of 
England; was slain by O'Brien and the Irish of 
Leinster at Kenlis 20 July, 1398, aged 24 ; married 
Eleanor, eldest daughter of Thomas Holland, 
earl of Kent ; she was re-married to Sir Edward 
Charlton, Lord Powis, and died 23 Oct., 1405, 
having had issue by both husbands,— by her ist 
husband she had, with other issue, a daughter, 
NNE MORTIMER, married, as ist wife, to 
Richard of Conisburgh (son of Edmund, 
duke of York) ; created eari of Cambridge 2 Hen. 
IV., 1414; beheaded for high treason 6 Aug., 
141S, leaving, with an only daughter, an only son, 

RICHARD, 3rd duke of York, restored to his 
uncle's titles as duke of York, eari of 
Cambridge and Rutland, and lord of Tindale, 
4 Hen. VI., 1425, became eari of Ulster and 
March, lord of Wigmore, Clare, Trim, and 
Connaught, on the death of his uncle, Edmund 
Mortimer, earl of March, 1424, constable of 
England, regent of France with Edmund Beau- 
mont, duke of Somerset, 1435, lieut. and capt.- 
gen. of all France 18 Hen. VI., lieut. of Ireland 
26-36 Hen. VI. ; constituted protector of the 
realm in parliament 3 April, 1454, and again 19 
Nov., 1455; in Oct., 1459, the Duke went to 
Ireland, and he with his son, the earl of March, 
were declared traitors in parliament 20 Nov. same 
year ; at the battle of Northampton, 9 July, 1460, 
the earl of March took King Henry prisoner ; the 
duke returned to England and claimed the crown, 
but agreed that Henry should continue to reign 
for life, and be succeeded by the then duke of 
York, who was declared rightful heir to the crown ; 
at the battle of Wakefield, 31 Dec, 1460, the 
duke'sforces were defeated by thoseunderHenry's 
queen (Margaret), and he lost his life ; married 
Cicely, youngest daughter of Ralph Nevill, eari 
of Westmoriand (by Joane Beaufort, his 2nd wife, 
daughter of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, 
see vol. i., page 3) ; she died at Berkhamstead 
castle 31 May, 1495; buried with the duke, at 
Fotheringhay, having had, with other issue, a son, 

EDWARD IV., born at Rouen 29 April, 1441, 
styled earl of March during his father's 
lifetime; won the battle at Mortimer's Cross, 
Herefordshire; proclaimed king 4 March, 1461, 
and the next day sat upon the king's seat in 
■Westminster Hall ; marched on the 13th of same 



month to the north to give battle to King Henry's 
army, which he defeated at Towton Field ; he 
was crowned in Westminster Abbey 29 June, 1461. 
In 1463 Queen Margaret renewed the contest, 
but she was defeated at He.xham 15 May, 1464; 
Henry VI. was imprisoned in the Tower in 1465. 
In 1470 the earl of Warwick and the duke cf 
Clarence landed at Dartmouth, whereupon King 
Edward retired to Flanders 3 Oct., and was 
declared a usurper by parliament, and King 
Henry restored to the throne. On 25 March, 
1471, Edward landed in Yorkshire, was wel- 
comed by the citizens of London, who gave 
up Henry, and, at the battle of Bamet, on 14 
April, defeated the earl of Warwick, who was 
there slain, and on 4 May following defeated 
Queen Margaret's forces at the battle of Tewkes- 
bury, when she was taken prisoner. King Edward 
died at Westminster 9 April, 1483, having married 
at Grafton, Northants, i May, 1464, Elizabeth, 
widow of Sir John Grey, Lord Ferrers of Groby, 
and daughter of Sir Richard Widville, Lord Rivers 
(by Jacqueline, widow of John, duke of Bedford, 
regent of France) ; she was crowned at West- 
minster 25 May following, and died at the monas- 
tery of Bermondsey by Southwark 1492, having 
had, with other issue, a daughter, 

ELIZABETH, crowned queen of England, 
St. Katharine's day, 25 Nov., i486; born 
II Feb., 1466; died 11 Feb., 1503; married 18 
Jan., i486, to Henry VII. (earl of Richmond); 
defeated Richard III. at Bosworth ; crowned in 
Westminster Abbey 30 Oct., 1485; born at Pem- 
broke castle 26 July, 1455 ; died at Richmond 21 
April, 1509, having had, with other issue, a son 
and 2 daughters. 
[1] Henry VIII., King of England. 
[2] Margaret, Queen of Scotland, Ist wife of James IV. 
[3] Mary, Queen of France, born 1498; died 25 June, 
1533, having been married at Abbeville, Picardy, 9 Oct., 
1514, as 3rd wife, to Louis XII., king of France (she 
was crowned 5 Nov. following) ; he died at the palace 
of Tournelles, in Paris, I Jan., 1515. She was re- 
married, at Greenwich, 13 May, 1515, as 3rd wife, to 
Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, who died 1545, 
having had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Henry (Brandon), created earl of Lincoln 1525, 
died v.p. unmarried. 

(2) Frances (Brandon), married Ist to Henry Grey, 
duke of Suflblk, K.G., beheaded on Tower Hill 23 
Feb., 1554; re-married to Adrian Stock (or Stokes), 
Esq. By the duke she had 3 daughters. 

[1] Lady Jane Grej', born 1537, proclaimed queen 
7 July, 1553; beheaded 12 Feb., 1554, having 
married 21 May, 1553, to Lord Guilford Dudley, 
4th son of John, duke of Northumberland, who, 
with the duke of Suffolk, attempted to place her 
on the throne, for which all four were beheaded. 
[2] Katherine Grey, died in the Tower 26 Jan., 
1567; married 1st, 21 May, 1553, to Henry, Lord 
Herbert, eldest son of William, earl of Pembroke, 
and being divorced, she was re-married to Edward 
Seymour, earl of Hertford, who died l6ai. His 
eldest son, 

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The + Descent + of •<#> 



Alfred Henry Caulfeild, Esq., 



IBlooD IRogal 



Edward I., crowned ig^Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Edward II., crowned 23=Isobel, dau. of Philip IV. 
Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 130S, 
1284, d. 21 Sept. 1327. d. 22 Aug. 1357. 




Of (ZBnglanD. 



Edward III., crowned i=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13N0V. 1312, I liam, Count of Holland and 
d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

I d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke^Elizabeth (ist wife), dau. 
of Clarence, Earl of Ulster, | and heir of William de 
anil Lord of Connaught and I Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
Trim, Ireland, b. 29 Nov. | scended from loan of Acre, 
1338, d. 17 Oct. 136S. I m. 1352, d. 1363. 



Philippa of Clarence, only=Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 
child, b. 16 Aug. 1355, m. | of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
1368. I d. at Cork 27 Dec. 13S1. 



Roger Mortimer, Earl of=Eleanor, eldest dau. 
March, etc. (1st husband), I Thomas Holland, Ear 
slain in Ireland 20 July, Kent. 
1398. 



Anne Mortimer =Richard of Conisburgh (son of Ed- 

(ist wife). I numd, Duke of York), created Earl 

I of Cambridge, beheaded 6 Aug. 1415. 



Richard, 3rd Duke of York,=Cicely, ygst. dau. of Ralph 
" the protector," slain at I Nevill, Earl of Westmor- 
the battle of Wakefield, 31 land (by Joane Beaufort), 
Dec. 1460. she died 31 May, 1495. 



Edward IV., cro\viied=Elizabeth, widow of Sir John 
29 June, 1461, d. 9 April, | Grey, Lord Ferrers of Groby, 
1483. dau. of Sir Richard Widville, 

I Lord Rivers, died 1492. 



Henry VII., crow 
Oct. 1485, d. 21 
1509. 



led 30=Elizabeth, crowned 25 Nov. 
April, I i486, d. II Feb. 1503. 

/k 



continued/rom helovi. 
Henry VII.=Elizabeth. 



lenry Margaret. Louis XII. of=Mary, Queen=Charles Bran- 
/HI. Queen of France, m. of France, d. I don, Duke of 
/K Scotland. 1514, d.i Jan. 25june,i533. Sufiolk,m.i5l5, 



Frances. = Henry Grey, Eleanor Brandon, = Henry Clifford, Earl 

J Duke of Suf- m. 1537. I of Cumberland, d. 

folk, K.G. I 2 Jan. 1569. 



Ferdinando, 5th William, 6th Earl = Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Ed- 
Earl of Derby. of Derby, d. 1642. I ward Vere, 17th Earl of Ox- 
A\ I ford, m. 26 June, 1594. 



James Stanley, 7th Earl of=Charlotte, dau. of Claude 
Derby, K.G., beheaded 15 I de la Tremouille, Duke of 
Oct. 1651. Thouars. 

Amelia Anna Sophia Stan-^John, 2nd Earl of Athole, 
ley, in her issue, sole heir I K.T., cr. Marquis 1677, d. 
ot her father. | 6 May, 1 703. 



Charles Murray, cr. Earl of^Catherine, dau. of Robert 
Dunmore 16 Aug. 1686, d. I Watts, of co. Hereford. 
1710- I 



Lady Anne Murray (ist=:John, loth Earl of Dun- 
wife), m. 4 April, 1706, I donald, d 5 June, 1720. 
d. 1711. I 



Lady Catherine Cochrane,=Alexander, 6th Earl of 
m. 1729, d. 15 March, 1786. I Galloway, d. 24 Sept. 1773. 



John, 7th Earl of Galloway,=Anne (2nd wife), dau. of 
K.T., b. 15 March, 1736, I Sir James Dashwood, Bart., 
d. 13 Nov. 1806. I m. 13 June, 1764, d. 8 Jan. 

I 1830. 



Lady Charlotte Stewart, m.=Sir Edward Crofton, 3rd 
12 Sept. 1801, d. May, 1 bart., of Mote Park, co. 
1842. Roscommon, d,8 Jan. 1816. 



Sir Edward. Hon. Susan-=:Sir George 
4lh barf. .sue- nah Anne | Francis 

cccded as Crofton, m. t Caulfeild, of 

and baron. == i7Aug.i830. Donamon, 



-Gibbs Craw- 
furd Antrobus, 
Esq., M.P., of 



A 



3 I Bunbury, 
;, I Rosanna, 
:. 26 Marc 



capt.istlife guards. 



Rumbold, Bart. 



Alfred Henry Caulfeild, m. 
1st 1872, Augusta, dowager 
of Robert, 7th Earl of Kings- 
ton : he m. 2ndly, 1874, Rosa- 
mond, relict of Lord Alan 
Churchill. 



Hon.Francess^DanielTighe- Hon. So-__Eyre Evans, 
Crofton, m. 3 1 Bunbury, of phia Crof- | of Ash Hill 
March, 1825, I Rosanna, d. ton, m. 6 I Towers, 
'1 March, Dec. 1837. Limerick, d. 
I I7july,i852. 
A 

Florence — Owen Lewis Cope 

■-■ ~Peers-Willi.ims, of 

Temple House, 

Bucks, maj. - gen 

1882, M.P. "sUvel 

As 



Emily Susan, m. to 
Henr>', 3rd Earl of 
Lonsdale, who d. 
15 Aug. 1876.= 

A 



Caulfeild (ist wife), 
m. 18 Aug. 18 
d. 28 July, 1876. 



[187] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp, married 
Honora, daughter of Sir Richard Rogers, Knt., of 
Bryanston, Dorset, and was ancestor of the 
dukes of Somerset, 1660- 1 7 50. 
[3] Mary (deformed), married to Martin Keyes, 
king's gentleman-porter. 
(3) Eleanor (Brandon), married 1537, as 1st wife, 
to Henry Cliflord, earl of Cumberland ; he died 2 
Jan., 1569, registered at Giggleswick, Yorkshire, 
having had an onl3' daughter, 

Margaret Clifford, married to Henry Stanley, 
4th earl of Derby, K.G., who died 25 Sept., 1594, 
leaving 2 sons. 

[1] Ferdinando, 5th earl of Derby, had summons 
to parliament by writ as Lord Strange of Knockyn, 
15S8, died at Ormskirk, 16 April, 1594, having 
married Alice, daughter of Sir John Spencer, of 
Althorp, Northants, and had 3 daughters. 

(1) Anne (Stanley), married 1st, to Grey Brydges, 
5th Lord Chandos, K.B., who died 10 Aug., 162 1, 
having had 2 sons ; she re-married, as 2nd wife, 
to Mervj'n Touchet, 2nd earl of Castlehaven, 
who was attainted and executed on Tower Hill, 
14 May, 1631. 

(2) Frances (Stanley), died 11 March, 1625-6; 
married to John Egerton, earl of Bridgwater, 
K.B., who died 4 Dec, 1649. 

(3) Elizabeth (Stanley), married to Henry Has- 
tings, 5th earl of Huntingdon, who died 14 Nov., 
1643- 

[2] William, 6th earl of Derby, K.G., married 26 
June, 1594, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Edward 
Vere, 17th earl of Oxford; he died 1642, leaving, 
jvith other issue, a son, viz., 

JAMES STANLEY, 7th earl of Derby, K.G., 
had summons to parliament by writ as Lord 
Strange of Knockyn, 17 Feb., 1628, a celebrated 
loyalist, taken prisoner at the battle of Worcester, 
and beheaded at Bolton, 15 Oct., 1651 ; bom 
31 Jan., 1606; married Charlotte, daughter of 
Claude de la Tremouille, duke of Thouars ; she 
is celebrated in the annals of the Stanleys as the 
heroic defender of Lathom House when besieged 
by the parliamentarians, and had, with a son, 
4 daughters, of whom the youngest. 



AMELIA ANNA SOPHIA STANLEY, in her 
issue sole heir of her father, married to 
John, 2nd earl of Athole, K.T., who, like his 
father, was a royalist, and was excepted by 
Cromwell out of his act of grace 12 April, 1654; 
hereditar)' sheriff of Fifeshire after the Restoration 
(1661), justice-general of Scotland 1663, capt. 
of the king's guards 1670, keeper of the privy 
seal 1672, an extraordinar>' lord of session 1673; 
succeeded to the earldom of Tullibardine in 1670 
upon the death of James, 4th earl, as aforesaid, 
and was created marquis of Athole by patent 
dated 17 Feb., 1676; K.T. 1687; died 6 May, 
1703, buried in the cathedral church of Dunkeld ; 
had, with other issue, a son, 

LORD CHARLES MURRAY, lieut.-col. of 
dragoons, master of the horse to Princess 
Anne and Queen Mary, created earl of Dunmore, 

[I 



viscount of Fincastle, Lord Murray of Blair, 
Moulin, and Fillemont, 16 Aug., 16S6, P.C. Queen 
Anne, governor of Blackness castle 1707 ; died 
1710, having married Catherine, daughter of 
Robert Watts, of co. Hereford, and had, with 
other issue, 3 sons. 

LADY ANNE MURRAY, died 171 1; married 
4 April, 1706, as ist wife, to John, 4th earl 
of Dundonald, a representative peer 1713, col. of 
4th or Scottish troop of horse guards 1713-19; he 
died 5 June, 1720, leaving, with other issue, a 
daughter, 

LADY CATHERINE COCHRANE, died 15 
March, 1786; married 1729, as 2nd wife, to 
Alexander, 6th earl of Galloway, a lord of police, 
Scotland, 1740; he died 24 Sept., 1773, leaving, 
with other issue, a son, 

JOHN, 7th earl, K.T. 1775, M.P. Morpeth 1761, 
Ludgershall 1768, a lord of the bedchamber 
to George III., a representative peer 1774, 1780, 
1784, created Baron Stewart, of Garlies, in the 
stewartry of Kirkcudbright, in the peerage of Great 
Britain, 6 June, 1796, bom 15 March, 1736; died 
13 Nov., 1806, having married 1st, 14 Aug., 
1762, Lady Charlotte Mary Greville, daughter of 
Francis, 1st earl of Warwick; she died 31 May, 
1763 ; he married 2ndly, 13 June, 1764, Anne, 
daughter of Sir James Dashwood, Bart. ; she died 
8 Jan., 1830, having had, with other issue, a 
daughter, 

LADY CHARLOTTE STEWART (sth 
daughter), died May, 1842; married 12 
Sept., 1801, to Sir Edward Crofton, 3rd bart., 
of Mote Park, co. Roscommon; he died 8 Jan., 
1816, having had 2 sops and 7 daughters. 

[1] Sir Edward, 4th bart., succeeded his grandfather 
12 Aug., 1817, as 2nd baron, a representative peer 
1S40, lord in "waiting, born I Aug., 1S06; died 27 Dec, 
1869, having married 19 Oct., 1S33, Lady Georgiana 
Paget, 3rd daughter of Henry William, 1st marquis of 
Anglesej-, K.G. ; she died 9 Nov., 1S75, having had 4 
sons and a daughter. 

(1) Sir Edward Henry Churchill Crofton, 3rd and 
present baron, elected an Irish representative peer 
11 Feb., 1S73, state steward viceregal household, 
Ireland, 1S79, born 21 Oct., 1834. 

(2) Hon. Charies St. George (Crofton), lieut. R.N. 
(retired), heir presumptive to the peerage, bom I 
Feb., 1836; married 19 Oct., 1S64, his cousin, Theresa 
Augusta, 3rd daughter of Daniel Tighe-Bunbury, 
Esq., of Rosanna, co. Wicklow ; she died 14 Aug., 
1867, having had a son and 2 daughters. 

Arthur Edward Lowther, born 7 Aug., 1866; Mabel 
Georgiana ; Theresa Diana. 

(3) Hon. Alfred Henry, lieut. 7th regt., served in the 
Crimea, wounded at the Alma, page of honour to the 
Queen 1847, born 2 April, 1837; died unmarried 29 
Oct., iSSi. 



^ The + Descent + ob •♦ 
LT.-COL. FREDERICK EDWARD BUNBURY-TIGHE, 



OF WOODSTOCK 



'mm iaopai 




KILKENNY, 



Of (ZBnglanD. 



Edward I., crowned ig^Eleanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. I7june, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

Edward II., crowned 23=rsobel, dau. of Philip IV. 

Feb. 1307, b. 25 April, I of France, m. 28 Jan. 1308, 

I d. 



1284, d. 21 Sept. 1327. 



22 Aug. 1357. 



Edward III., crowned i=Philippa, 3rd dau. of Wil- 
Feb. 1327, b. 13 Nov. 1312, I liam. Count of Holland and 
d. 21 June, 1377. Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 1328, 

I d. IS Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke=Elizabeth (1st wife), dau. 
of Clarence. Earl of Ulster, I and heir of William de 
and Lord of Connaught and I Burgh, Earl of Ulster, de- 
Trim, Ireland, b. 29 Nov. I scended from Joan of Acre, 
1338, d. 17 Oct. 136S. I m. 1352, d. 1363. 



Philippa of Clarence, only^Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl 
child, b. 16 Aug. 1355, m. I of March, lieut. of Ireland, 
1368. I d. at Cork 27 Dec. 13S1. 

I — ' 

Roger Mortimer, Earl of=Eleanor, eldest dau. of 
March, etc. (ist husband), I Thomas Holland, Earl of 
slain in Ireland 20 July, Kent. 
1398. 



Anne Mortimer =:Richard of Conisburgh (son of Ed- 

(ist wife). I mund, Duke of York), created Eail 

of Cambridge, beheaded 6 Aug. 1415. 



Richard, 3rd Duke of York,=Cicely, ygst. dau. of Ralph 
" the protector," slain at I Nevill, Earl of Westmor- 
the battle of Wakefield, 31 land (by Joane Beaufort), 
Dec. 1460. she died 31 May, 1495. 

Edward IV., crowned — -Elizabeth, widow of Sir John 
29 June, 1461, d. 9 April, I Grey, Lord Ferrers of Groby, 
1483. dau. of Sir Richard Widville, 

Lord Rivers, died 1492. 

Henry VII., crowned 30=Eli2abeth, crowned 25 Nov. 
Oct. 1485, d. 21 April, | i486, d. II Feb. 1503. 
'509- A 

A, 
continued above. 



A, 

ontimied/rom below, 
nry VII.=Elizabeth. 



Henry Margaret. Louis XII. of=Mary, Queen =: Charles Bran- 
VIII. Queen of France, m. of France, d. I don, Duke o{ 
A Scotland. 1514, d.i Jan. Z5june,i533. Suffolk.m.isis, 



= Henry Grey, Eleanor Brandon, = Henry Clifford, Earl 
I Duke of Suf- m. 1537. 1 of Cumberland, d. 

1 folk, K.G. I 2 Jan. 1569. 



"^Ul 



James Stanley, 7th Earl of=Charlotte, dau. of Claude 
Derby, K.G., beheaded 15 I de la Tremouille, Duke of 
Oct. 1651. Thouars. 



Amelia Anna Sophia Stan-=John, 2nd Earl of Athole, 
ley, in her issue, sole heir I K.T., cr. Marquis 1677, d. 
01 her father. | 6 May, 1703. 



Charles Murray, cr. Earl of=Catherine, dau. of Robert 
Dunmore 16 Aug. 16S6, d. I Watts, of co. Hereford. 
1 710. I 



=John, loth Earl of Dun- 
I donald, d. 5 June, 1720. 



Lady Anne Murray (1st: 
wife), m- 4 April, 1706, 
d. 1711. 



Lady Catherine Cochrane, =Alexander, 6th Earl of 
m. 1729, d. 15 March, 1786. I Galloway, d. 24 Sept. 1773. 



John, 7th Earl of Galloway ,=Anne (2nd wife), dau. of 
K.T., b. 15 March, 1736, I Sir James Dashwood, Bart., 
d. 13 Nov. 1S06. m. 13 June, 1764, d. 8 Jan. 

I 1830. 



rSir Edward Crofton, 3rd 
bart., of Mote Park, co. 
Roscommon, d. 8 Jan. 1816. 



Lady Charlotte Stewart, m.: 
12 Sept. 1801, d. May, 
1842. 



Sir Edward, Hon. Susan-=Sir George Hon. Charlotte. 

4th bart., sue- nah Anne 1 Francis Crofton (2nd' 

cecded as Crofton, m. Caulfeild, of wife), m. 12 

and baron. == 17 Aug. 1830. Donamon, Jan. 1832, d. 

/t\ I CO. Roscom- 30 Sept. 1839. 

/Kmon. 



Gibbs Craw- 
furd Antrobus, 
Esq., M.P., of 



Hon.France-s^DanielTighe- Hon. So--_Eyre Evans. 

Crofton, m. 3 | Bunbury, of phia Crof- 1 of Ash Hill 

March, 1825, I Rosanna, d. ton, m. 6 Towers, 

d. 20 Dec. 26 Jlarch, Dec. 1837. Limerick, d. 
1881. 1874. I7july,i8s2. 



A 



Frederick Ed ^LadyKathleen, James 

ward Bunbury- , dau of John But 

Tight, of Wood- I Wi liam, 4th Tighe, 

stock, CO. Kil- Eail of Bess- sana, c 

kenny, late lt.-cl. I borough, m. low, ll 

Kilkenny militia, 1858, d. 1863. the ar 

b. June, 1826. I March 



lury- 
Df Ros- 
. Wick- 



dau. of Very m. 7 Aug, 1852, 



2i°(Jct'' 



died 18 May, 

A 



William Frederick Tighe, 
lieut. grenadier guards, 
b. 17 June, i860. 



Walter Stuart, b. i36i. 



Theresa, m. 
1864 to Hon. 
Charles Crof- 

and d. 1867. 

A 

Una En 



Georgiana^J. H. 
Harriet. Bridg- 



Flora. Maud Mary. 



[1S9 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(4) Hon. Francis George (Crofton), comr. R.N. 
(retired 1882), born 7 June, 1838; married 1st, 18 
Aug., 1864, Gertrude Caroline, eldest daughter of 
Col. Edward Symes Bayly, of Ballyarthur, co. 
Wicklow, and widow of John Talbot, Esq., of Mount 
Talbot, CO. Roscommon ; she died 19 Aug., 1869, 
having had a daughter. 

[1] Gertrude Catherine Georgiana. 
Hon. F. G. Crofton married 2ndly, 7 Feb., 1878, 
Emily Augusta, eldest daughter of Lieut. -Col. Mont- 
gomerie Stewart Caulfeild (see Foster's Peerage, 
E. Charlemont), of Weston Park, co. Kildare, and 
has 4 sons. 

2] Ernest Alfred, born 6 Dec, 1878. 
3] George, bom 23 March, lS8l. 
4] Alfred Gerald, born 18 June, 1882. 
6] Francis, born 23 May, 1883. 
(6) Hon. Augusta Caroline, married 18 July, 1866, to 
Hon. Luke Gerald Dillon, eldest son of Robert, 3rd 
Lord Clonbrock (see Foster's Peerage, B. Clonbrock), 
and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Robert Edward (Dillon), born 21 May, 1869 ; 

Georgina Caroline ; Edith Augusta ; Ethel Louisa. 

[2] Hon. William (Crofton), had a patent of precedenc3- 

3 July, 1837, born 25 Jan., 1814; died unmarried 16 

April, 1838. 

[3] Hon. Susannah Anne (patent of precedency 3 July, 
1837), married 17 Aug,, 1830, to St. George Francis 
Caulfeild, of Donamon Park, co. Roscommon (see 
Foster's Peerage, E. Charlemont), and has had 2 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

(1) St; George Francis Robert (Caulfeild), capt. 1st 
life guards, born 20 April, 1831; died 9 March, 1875, 
having married 11 Feb., 1868, Louisa Anne, only 
daughter of Thomas Russell Crampton, Esq., of 
London (she re-married 28 July, 1881, as 2nd wife, 
to Sir Horace Rumbold, Bart.), and had a son, 

Algernon Thomas St. George, born 31 July, 1S69. 

(2) Alfred Henry (Caulfeild), born 29 Dec., 1834; 
married 1st, 14 Nov., 1S72, Augusta, dowager of 
Robert Edward, 7th earl of Kingston, and daughter 
of Arthur, 1st Lord Templemore; she died I April, 
1873; he married 2ndly, 4 Aug., 1874, Rosamond, 
relict of Lord Alan Spencer Churchill (see Foster's 
Peerage, D. Marlborough), and daughter of Thomas 
Dowker, Esq., of Huntington Hall, Yorks. 

(3) Emily Susan (Caulfeild), married 31 July, 1852, 
to Henry, 3rd earl of Lonsdale, M.P. 'West Cumber- 
land 1847-52, lord-Heut. Cumberiand 1868-76, capt. 1st 
life guards, lieut-col. Westmorland yeomanry 1S72-6; 
died 15 Aug., 1876, having had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] St. George Henry, 4th earl of Lonsdale, hon. 
col. 3rd batt. of The Border regt. (formerly Cumber- 
land militia) 1877-S2, capt. '\\''estmorland and 
Cumberland yeomanry cavalry 1876-82, capt. Notts 
militia 1876, lieut. naval reserve, born 4 Oct., 1855 ; 
died 8 Feb., 1882, having married 6 July, 187S, 
Lady Constance Gladys Herbert, sister of George, 
13th earl of Pembroke, and had a daughter. 

Lady Gladys Mary Juliet, born 9 April, 1881. 
[2] Heno' Cecil, 5th eari of Lonsdale, hereditary 
vice-admiral of Cumberland and Westmorland, 
major 3rd batt. The Border regt. 1S83, born 25 Jan., 
1857; married 27 June, 1S78, Lady Grace Cecilia 
Gordon, daughterof Charles, loth marquis ofHuntly. 
[3] Hon. Charles Edwin (Lowther), heir presump- 
tive to the peerage, born II July, 1859. 
[4] Hon. Lancelot Edward (Lowther), born 25 
June, 1S67. 

[6] Lady Sibyl Emily (Lowther). 
[6) Lady Verena Maud (Lowther). 

(4) Fanny Florence (Caulfeild), died 28 July, 1876, 
having married 18 Aug., 1862, as ist wife, to Owen 
Lewis Cope Peers-Williams, of Temple House, Bucks, 
col. late commanding royal horse guards, silver stick 



in waiting on Her Majesty, M.P. Great Marlow 18S0, 
major-gen. 1882 (see also SI^-cLAIR, in Foster's 
Baronetage), and had 2 sons. 
[4] Hon. Charlotte (Crofton), patent of precedency 3 
July, 1837, died 30 Sept., 1839; married 12 Jan., 1832, 
as 2nd wife, to Gibbs Crawfurd Antrobus, Esq., of 
Eaton Hall, Cheshire, high sheriff 1834, M.P. Aid- 
borough 1820-6, Plympton Earl 1S26-32 (see Foster's 
Baronetage); he died 21 May, 1861, having had 2 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

(1) Edward Crawfurd (Antrobus), capt 50th regt., 
born 28 Feb., 1835, died 24 Aug., 1864. 

(2) Charles (Antrobus), born 26 Aug., 1836. 

(3) Susan Emily, unmarried. 

(4) Anna Maria, married iS Oct., 1864, to Rev. 
Francis Richard Bryans, B.A. Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 
1858, vicar of Elworth 1867-72, and has 2 daughters. 

Edith Ama (Bryans) ; Bessie. 
[5] Hon. Frances (Crofton), patent of precedency 3 
July, 1837, died 20 Dec, 1S81 ; married 3 March, 1825, 
to Daniel Tighe-Bunbury, Esq., of Rosanna, co. Wick- 
low ; he died 26 March, 1874, having had 5 sons and 6 
daughters. 

(1) Frederick Edward (Bunbur\--Tighe), of Wood- 
stock, CO. Kilkenny, J. P. co. Wicklow, late lieut.- 
col. comdt. Kilkenny militia, served also in 53rd 
and 82nd regts.; born June, 1826; married 10 Aug., 
1858, Lady Kathleen Louisa Georgina Ponsonby, 
daughter of John William, 4th earl of Bessborough; 
she died 9 July, 1S63, leaving 2 sons. 

[1] William Frederick (Tighe), lieut. grenadier 

guards; born 17 June, i860. 

[2] Edward Kenrick, born , 1862. 

(2) James Stuart (Bunbury-Tighe), of Rosanna, co. 
Wicklow, J.P., D.L., high sheriff 1876; lieut.-col., 
late major, Sth Madras cavalry; born I March, 183 1 ; 
married 21 Oct., 1857, Charlotte, youngest daughter 
of Ver3' Rev. Thomas John de Burgh, of Oldtown, 
dean of Cloyne, and has 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

Walter Stuart (Bunbuo'-Tighe), late lieut. Wicklow 
artillery militia, born , 1S61 ; Wilfred, 

born , 1S68; Louisa, a twin with Flora; 

Una Emily ; Maud Mary. 

(3) Arthur Frances (Bunbury-Tighe), R.N., died 

, 1870, aged 33. 

(4) Richard William, died 1843, aged 4. 

(5) Francis Robert Spencer, died 1855, aged 10. 

(6) Frances Marianne (Bunbury-'Tighe) ; married 
7 Aug., 1852, to Hon. Frederick Arthur Henry 
Chichester, 3rd son of Arthur, Ist Lord Templemore 
(see Foster's Peerage) ; he died 18 May, 1863, leaving 
5 sons and 2 daughters, 

[1] Spencer Frederick (Chichester), lieut. 2lst 
royal fusiliers; born 27 Sept., 1854. 
[2] Alan George (Chichester), lieut. 18th royal 
Irish, served in Egypt 1882, slightly wounded; 
born 8 April, 1S57; married 27 April, 1SS2, Geor- 
gina Charlotte, widow of Lord Francis Nathaniel 
Conyngham, daughter of Charles, Ist Lord Trede- 
gar; she bom 15 May, 1S39. 

[3] Ernest William (Chichester), born 21 Sept. 
1S58. 

[4] Atholl Augustus, born 9 May, 1 86 1. 
[5] Reginald de Blaquiere, born 15 Aug., 1S62. 
[6] Evelyn Augusta. 
[7] 'Violet Amelia. 

(7) Louisa Elizabeth. 

(8) Theresa Augusta (Bunbury-Tighe), died 14 Aug., 
1867 ; married 19 Oct., 1864, to her cousin, Hon. 
Charles St. George Crofton, R.N., named above. 

(9) Georgiana Harriet, married , to J. 
Hargrave Bridgford, Esq. 

(10) Gertrude Fanny, died unmarried. 

(11) Susan Diana (Bunbury-Tighe). 

[6] Hon. Sophia (Crofton), patent of prece-'-ncy 3 July, 



[ 190 



4- Thg + Descei^T + OB |» 

FANNY FREDERICA, 
WIFE OF FREDERIC CLARK, ESQ^, D.L., 

OF 42A, GREAT CUMBERLAND PLACE, LONDON, AND THE OLD 
MANOR HOUSE, HYTHE, KENT. 



l5loori iaopal 




of Cnglann. 



Edward I., crowned i9=f=Eleanor (1st wife), dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

John, Count^Elizabeth.^Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 
of Holland, d. S May, I Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (isthus- I3l6,aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band),d.s.p. 32. March, 1 32 1. 

' — I 
James Butler, Earl of=:Eleanor=Sir Thomas de Dag- 
Carrick and Earl of Or- I de worth (2nd husband), 
monde (ist husband), Bohun. had summons to parlt. 
d. 6 June, 1337. I 13 Nov. 1347. 



Ormonde, lord justice of I Darcy, lord justice 
Ireland 1359-60, d. 18 Oct. land, she re-m. to Sir Ro- 
1382-3. I bert Hereford. 



James Butler, 3rd Earl of=rAnne, dau. of John, 5th 
Ormonde, lord justice of I Lord Welles. 
Ireland, d. 7 Sept. 1405. I 



SirRichard Butler, of Poles-=Catharine. dau. of Gildas 
town, CO. Kilkenny. I O'Reilly, lord of Cavan. ' 

Sir Edmund Butler. ofPoles-^Cathari] e, dau. ofMulrony 
town, d. 13 June, 1464. I O'Carroll, d. 1506. 

Sir James Butler, his attain-=Sabina, dau. of Donnell 
der was reversed, d. 16 Apl. I Reagh, MacMurrough Ca- 
1487. I venagh, d. 1508. 



Pierce, 8th Earl ofOrmonde=Margaret.2nddau ofGerald 
in 1515, or. Earl of Ossory I FitzGerald, Earlof Kildare, 
1527, d. 21-26 Aug. 1539. I K.G. 



Hellen Butler=Donogh O'Brien, 2nd Earl 
^ofThomond, d. April, 1553. 



A, 

conUmted /7'om below. 
Hellen Butler=T=Donogh O'Brien, 



Connor O'Brien, 3rd Earl;=Ownye (2nd wife), dau. of 
of Thomond. | Turlogh-Mac-i-Brien-ara. 



Margaret 0'Brien(2ndwife),=James Butler, 2nd Baron of 
d. 20 Feb. 1636. I Dunboyne, d. 18 Feb. 1621. 



Theobald Butler, of KiI-=Margaret, widow of Sir 
loskehan, co. Tipperary, 3rd Nicholas Arthur, of Lime- 
son, d. 2 Feb. 1610. rick, dau. of Sir Valentine 
Blake, Bart. 



James Butler, of Killoskehan=Margaret Bourke. 
and Drom, in Tipperary. I 

James Butler, of KilIoskehan:= Button. 

and Drom, co. Tipperary. | 

I ' 

Richard Butler, of Drom=Margaret, dau. of Morgan 
and Wilford, co. Tipperary. | O'Brien. 

Theobald Butler, of Wilford.=Elizabeth(2nd wife), dau.,of 
Esq., will datid 22 June, I Edmond Lee, of Waterford 
1794. Esq. 



William Butler, of Eliza- =Thomas McLaughlin, of 

WilfordandDrom, beth Dublin, Esq., and of 

m. and d. s.p. 3 Butler. Ballythomas, Queen's 
Jan. 1806. 



Co., b. 1761, d. 1810. 



Edward McLaugh- Willi 
lin, J.P.,U ■ - - 

" ' ' 1838, m. 1839, 



Hubert McLaughlin, rec-=Hon.FredericaCrofton(post.), 
tor of Burford, Salop, b. | dau. of Sir Edward Crofton, of 
9 Aug. 1805, d. 15 Dec. J Moate, CO. Roscommon, Bart., 
18S2. i sister of Edward, Lord Crofton 

(see Foster's Peerage), m. 24 
Sept. 1835, d. 28 May, 1881. 

1870 



1852, m. 1876 Mary Georgin^ 



m.low, Esq., of St. 
Helens, Lancs.== 



877 trictjudgeBensal, Wansteai 

. of b. 1840, m. Har- b 1842, 

ett. net, dau. of Rev. Louisa Jane, dau. m. 1877 Ellinor of late T. Urwick, 

Esq., of Mill T.Maurice, rector of late Col. John Frances, only of the Castle, Lud- 

House.Bradford. of Hamhill. Finnis, i8th Ben- child of H. H. low.=v= 

I. Kerens, Esq., of /K 



: J. fea 



gf=. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



1837, married, 6 Dec, I.S37, to E>Te Evans, jun., Esq., 
of Ash Hill Towers, co. Limerick (see Foster's Peerage, 
B. Carbery); he died 17 July, 1852, leaving 2 sons and 
2 daughters. 

(1) Elystan Eyre (Evans), of Ash Hill Towers, co. 
Limerick, J.P., born 23 June, 1845 ; married 21 Dec, 
1876, Isabella, widow of Richard Beardsley, U.S. 
consul-general at Cairo, and daughter »i Rev. Philip 
Smith, of Cherrymount, co. Meath. 

(2) St. George Frederick William (Evans), born 28 
Aug., 1847. 

(3) Anna Caroline (Evans). 

(4) Sophia Helen Augusta, married 10 Jan., 1880, to 
William Panton Forbes, of Yardley Chase, St. Eliza- 
beth, Jamaica. 

[7] Hon. Frederica (Crofton) (posthumous child), patent 
of precedency 3 July, 1837, died 28 May, 1S81 ; married 
24 Sept., 1835, to Rev. Hubert McLaughlin, M.A. Trin. 
Coll., Dublin, 1832, rector of Burford, 1st portion, 1838, 
rural dean 1843, prebendary of Hunderton in Hereford 
cathedral 1857, sometime chaplain at Nice and domestic 
chaplain to Lord Crofton; he died 1$ Dec, 18S2, having 
had 7 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) EDWABD Mclaughlin, first named (see page 
185). 

(2) William George (McLaughlm), of Wilmcote 
House, CO. Warivick, born 13 June, 1839; married 13 
June, 1877, Frances, daughter of late James Garnett, 
Esq., of Bradford, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Reginald George, born 7 May, 1879; Millicent 
Kate, bom 3 April, 1878; Lilian Elizabeth, bom 
12 Nov., 1880; Frederica Hubertine, bom 8 June, 
1882. 
(8) Frederick Hubert (McLaughlin), M.A. Camb., 
B.C.S. since 1862, district judge Pubna, Eastern 



Bengal, born 9 Oct., 1840; married 28 Aug., 1862, 
Harriette, daughter of Rev. Thomas Maurice, rector of 
Hamhill, Wilts; she died 5 Aug., 1S75, having had, 
with other issue (deceased), 2 sons. 

Hubert William Charies, born I Sept., 1865; 

Charles Walter. 

(4) Charies (McLaughlin), of Park Gate, Wanstead, 
Essex, commander R.N., 1878; bom 9 June, 1842; 
married 26 Oct., 1881, Louisa Jane, daughter of late 
Col. John Finnis, llth Bengal naval infantry, s.p. 

(5) Randolph Humphry (McLaughlin-Berens), M.A. 
Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1870, vicar of Sidcup 1877-81 ; 
born II Jan., 1844; married 9 Jan., 1877, Ellinor 
Frances, only child of Henry Hulse Berens, Esq., of 
Sidcup. 

(6) Alfred Harry (McLaughlin), B.A. Camb., in holy 
orders; born 10 Oct., 1852; married 10 Oct., 1876, 
Mary Letitia, only child of late W. Urwick, Esq., oi 
the Castle, Ludlow, and has a daughter. 

Cecil. 

(7) Walter Stewart (McLaughlin), bom I Feb., 1S55 ; 
died 7 Jan., 1870. 

(8) Louisa Elizabeth (McLaughlin). 

(9) Sophia Chariotte (McLaughlin). 

(10) Fanny Frederica (McLaughlin), married 13 Sept, 
1870, to Frederick Clark, Esq., of 42A, Great Cumber- 
land Place, London, and the Old Manor House, Hythe, 
Kent, D.L. co. Hereford, and has 2 sons and 3 
daughters. 

Frederick Stewart (Clark), bom 8 Sept., 1872; 
Mervyn Hanbury Lowther, bom 30 April, 1879; 
Kathleen Frederica, bom 20 March, 1875 ; Augusta 
Ida Crofton (Clark), born 10 July, 1876 ; Dorothy 
Agnes Graham, born 6 Nov., 1882. 
(U) Georgina Susan (McLaughlm). 



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