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GENEALOGY COU-ECTtON 



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OUR NOBLE AND GENTLE FAMILIES. 



TOGETHER WITH 



THEIR PATERNAL ANCESTRY. 



COMPILED BY 

JOSEPH FOSTER, 

CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE " NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY : 

Author of the "British Peerage and Baronetage" 

and 

numerous other Genealogical Works. 



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PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, 
21, BOUNDARY ROAD, FINCHLEY ROAD, LONDON, N.W. 



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CHART PEDIGREES, &c. 



Blennekhassett, 

Sir Rowland, Bart, (late M. P.) 

Crawley Boevey, 

Sir Thomas Hyde, Bart., of Flaxley 
Abbey, Gloucestershire 



Elizabeth, widow of John Borlase ... 

Boulton pedigree 

Bourchier, 

Philip Lennox Walter 

FitzMaurice pedigree 

Guerin, 

Col. Edmund Arthur 

Hilliard pedigree 

Hornby, 

Rev. James John, D.D., D.C.L., Pro- 
vost of Eton College 

Horton, 

Joshua Thomas, Esq., of Howroyde, 
Yorks, J.P., D.L 

Horton, 

Sydney George, Lieut., R.A. ... 

Jebb, 

John Joshua, Esq., of Norton House, 
Lincolnshire 

Keays, 

Frederick Edmund, Esq. 

Lloyd, of Strancally Castle, pedigree 

Lynes, 

Rev. John, M.A., of Sandesfort House, 
Dorset 



536 

637 
597 

607 
647 

617 
600 

623 

630 
635 

645 

617 
654 

580 



Maitland, 

Rev. Brownlow, M.A. . 



Henry Maclean, of Boston, U.S.A. 

Mellish, 

John Stafford, Esq 

De Moleyns, 

His Honour, Judge, Q.C. 



Rev. Abram Smythe. B.A. 



Pennefather, 

Alfred Richard, Esq. 



Rev. John D'Arcy Warcop, M.A., of 
Askham Bryan Hall, Yorks, Rector of 
Freemam le 



Raymond pedigree 



M'Gillicuddy pedigr 



Major Bertie Mathew, D.L. 



Louisa C. E., wife of Capt. Theodosii 

Shuldham, 

Edmund Anderson, Esq., of Dunma 
way, co. Cork 

Stewart, 

Misses Louisa and Grace 



Charles William, F.R.C.S.I., M.D. 



Charlotte Katherine, wife of Major- 
General Robert 



Charles Ichabod, of Stapleford Hall, 
Notts, and of Watcombe Park, near 
Torquay 



551 
586 
547 
659 
569 
663 



583 



650 




MAITLAND, Lieut.-General CHARLES 
LENNOX BROWNLOW, C.B., col. 
i st Batt. Duke of Edinburgh's Regiment since 
May, 1884; Lieut. Tower of London 1876-84; 
J. P. Liberty of the Tower, military sec. to his 
father, General Sir Peregrine Maitland, in Kaffir 
War, 1846-7; a dep. assist, adjutant-general in 
Crimea ; battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman 
(dangerously wounded), and siege of Sebastopol 
(medal) ; knight Legion Honour, and Medjidie; 
lieut.-gov. Chelsea Hospital 1869-74; 20TH in 
descent from Henry III.; born 27 Sept., 
1823. 




The Descent of 

Lieut. -Gen. Charles Lennox Brownlow 

Maitland, C.B., 

from the Blood Royal of England. 

ENRY III., born 1 Oct., 
1206, succeeded when 
nine years of age ; 
crowned at Gloucester 
by the Bishops of Win- 
chester and Bath, 2S 
Oct., 1216, London 
being then held by 
Prince Louis of France 
(who was soon after de- 
feated at Lincoln) ; was 
taken prisoner at the battle of Lewes, 1264, by 
Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, together 
with Prince Edward, the Earl of Cornwall, his son 
Henry, and others ; the Prince escaped from 
Hereford Castle, raised an army, and defeated the 
Earl of Leicester at the battle of Evesham, and 




released the King. In 1269 Prince Edward 
undertook the Holy War, and to obtain supplies 
sold Gascony to France for 30,000 marks ; died 
at Westminster 16 Nov., 1272, having married, 
14 Jan., 1236, Eleanor, 2nd daughter and co- 
heir of Raymond Berengar, Count of Provence ; 
she was crowned at Westminster 19th same 
month, took the veil, and died at Amesbury, 
Wilts, 25 June, 1291, having had, with other 
issue, 2 sons, 

[1] Edward " Longshanks," King of England on the 
death of his father. 

[2] Edmund, surnamed " Crouchback," Earl of Chester 
1253, Earl of Lancaster 1267, Earl of Leicester and 
Steward of England 25 Oct., 1274, upon the forfeiture of 
Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester. The title of 
King of Sicily was bestowed upon him by Pope 
Alexander VI., but he never obtained possession ; he 
went to the Crusade with his brother Edward, whence 
the name of Crouchback, afterwards misinterpreted ; bora 
16 Jan., 1245 ; died during the wars in Gascony, 1296, 
buried in Westminster Abbey, having married 1st, April, 
1269, Aveline, daughter and heir of YVilliam de Fortibus, 
Earl of Albemarle ; she died without issue same year. He 
married 2nd, Blanche, Lowager Queen of Navarre and 
Countess Palatine of Champagne and Brye, daughter ot 
Robert, Count of Artois (brother to St. Louis, King of 
France), and had, with other issue, a son, 

T T ENRY, restored to the earldom of Leices- 
ter 1324, 3rd Earl of Lancaster and 
Leicester, and Steward of England on the re- 
versal of his brother's attainder, 1 Edward III., 
1327 ; he was one of the principal leaders in 
that confederacy which destroyed the power of 
the Spencers and deposed Edward II. ; died 
1345, having married Maud, daughter and heir 
of Sir Patrick Chaworth, and had, with an only 
son, 6 daughters, of whom 



ELEA> 
"J. 



LEANOR (sth daughter) died at Arundel, 
372 ; married 1st, to John, Lord 
Beaumont, son and heir of Henry de Beaumont, 
Earl of Buchan, in Scotland, and had an only 
son, Henry, lineal ancestor of Beaumont of 
Cole Orton and Grace Dieu, co. Leic. (see 
Foster's Baronetage, and page 367 of this work) 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



She re-married in 1345, as 2nd wife to Richard 
FitzAlan, 9th earl of Arundel (ancestor of the 
Dukes of Norfolk, Earls of Berkeley, &c.) ; re- 
stored to the earldom (forfeited by his father's 
attainder) 4 Edward III., 1331 ; made his will 
5 Dec,, 1375 ; he died at Arundel, 24 Jan., 
•375-6 ; buried at Lewes, and had, with 4 
daughters, 3 sons, of whom the 2nd, viz., 
C IR JOHN DE ARUNDELL (adopted this 
^ surname instead of FitzAlan), Marshal of 
England upon the resignation of Percy, earl of 
Northumberland ; had summons, to parliament, 
1, 2, and 3, Richard II. ; made his will 26 
Nov., 1379, in which he styles himself Sir 
John de Arundel, Knt., and desires to be 
buried in the Priory of Lewes ; drowned off the 
coast of Ireland 15 Dec, 1379 ; i/iquis. post- 
mortem, 3 Rich. II. ; married Alianor, daughter 
of John Maltravers, and granddaughter and 
(38 Ed. III.) co-heir of John Lord Maltravers ; 
she died 10 Jan., 1405, having re-married as 2nd 
wife to Reginald, Lord Cobham, of Sterborough 
Castle, Surrey; he died 6 July, 4 Henry IV., 1403. 
Sir John de Arundell had 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Sir John Arundell, Ch'r, Lord Maltravers in right 

of his mother, but never summoned, was in the Scottish 

warsofRic. II., 13S3; born 3 Nov., 1364; died i4Aug., 

1390 ; buried in Missenden Abbey. He married Elizabeth, 

daughter of Edward, Lord le Despencer, K.G. ; she died 

II April, 140S, having (re-married as 2nd wife to Sir 

William la Zouche, of Harringworth, Knt., who died 13 

May, 19 Richard II., 1396, leaving issue by a former 

wife) had 3 sons, of whom the eldest, John, became Earl 

of Arundell. 

[2] Sir William Arundell, K.G., governor of Rochester 

Castle ; made his will 1 Aug., 1400, to be buried in the 

priory at Rochester ; names his " carnal brother, Sir 

Richard Arundell, Knt.," &c. 

[3] Thomas, alias Edward, living 1375. 

[4] Henry, living 1375. 

[5] Sir Richard, of whom presently. 

[6] Joan, wife of Echyngham. 

[7 J Margaret, married, before 1397, to William, Lord 

Roos, K.G., who died Sept., 1414. 

CIR RICHARD ARUNDELL, Knt, lord 
^ of the manor of Wychampton, Dorset; 
governor of Bamborough Castle, Northumber- 
land, and of the castle and city of Rochester ; 
distinguished himself at the tournament at 
Smithfield, held in honour of the coronation of 
Isabel of France, after her marriage with Richard 
II., &c; in the retinue of the King at the siege 
of Agincourt; mentioned in the will of Sir 
William Arundell, his brother, 1400, and in that 
of Agnes his widow 1401; made his first will 5 



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July, 8 Henry V., and the second 8 July, 141 7, 
desires to be buried in the chapel of the Blessed 
Mary in the Abbey of Rochester; he died 3 
June, 1419; married Alicia, relict of Roger 
Burley; she died 2 Aug., 1436, having had 3 
daughters, 

[1] Philippa Arundell, died s.p. before 5 Edward IV. 
[3] Joan (2nd daughter and co-heir), married to Sir 
Thomas Willoughby, of Parham, Suffolk, " Bellator 
egregius," and had, with a daughter, 2 sons, of whom 
the elder. 

Sir Robert 'Willoug'h'by, of whom presently. 
[3] Alianor (3rd daughter and co-heir) had the manor of 
Brandon ; married to Sir William St. George, who died 
without issue, 11 Ed. IV., 1472. 

CIR ROBERT WILLOUGHBY, was found 
*^ to be next heir male to Robert, Lord 
Willoughby, who died 30 Henry VI. ; married 
Cecily, 2nd daughter of Lionel, Lord Welles, 
K.G. ; and died 30 May, 5 Edward IV., 1465, 
seized of the manors of Wychampton, &c, &c. 
He had at least 2 sons. 

[1] Sir Robert Willoughby. Knt., died 24 or 27 March, 
7 Edward IV., 1467, being in ward to the King. 
[2] Sir Christopher Willoughby, K.B., aged 14 at his 
brother's death ; had livery of his lands 14 Edward IV., 
Knight of the Bath at the coronation of Richard III. ; 
made his will I Nov., 149S, proved 13 July following ; 
married Margery, daughter of Sir William Jenney, of 
Knotteshall, Suffolk, Knt., had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) William, Sth Lord, of whom presently. 

(2) Christopher, ancestor of Lord Willoughby, of 
Parham (see Foster's Peerage.) (3) George. 

(4) Thomas, Chief Justice of Common Pleas, ancestor 
of Lord Middleton (see Foster's Peerage.) 

(5) John (Willoughby). 

(6) Dorothy, married to John Nevill, Lord Latimer. 

(7) Catherine, married to Sir John Heydon, of Bacons- 
thorp, Norfolk, Knt. 

(8) Elizabeth, married to William, Lord Eure. 

"\ \ flLLIAM, 8th Lord Willoughby, of 
* * Eresby, K.B. ; had summons to parliament 
17 Oct., 1 Henry VIII., 1509, to 15 April, 14 
Henry VIII., 1523; had a special livery of his 
father's lands 19 Henry VII. ; and in 24 Henry 
VII., upon the failure of issue male of Lord 
Welles, he was found to be one of his co-heirs ; a 
Knight of the Bath at the coronation of Henry 
VIII. ; served in the wars with France, 3 and 5 
Henry VIII. , at the taking of Therouenne, and 
at the siege of Tournay ; made his will 4 May, 16 
Henry VIII. ; died at Hertford 19 or 27 Oct., 
17 Henry VIII., 1525; buried at Mettingham, 
Suffolk; married 1st, Mary, daughtar of Sir 
William Hussey, of Sleaford, Knt. ; she died s. p., 
and he married 2nd, Donna Maria de la Salinas, 
daughter of Don Diego Lopez, Sarmiento, Count 



*>• The * Descent * of •<» 

John Stafford Mellish, Esq. 



FROM THE 



33iooti 33 opal 




of England. 



Henry III., bom i Oct. 
1206, crowned 2S Oct. 1216, 
d. 16 Nov. 1272. 



Eleanor, 2nd dau. and co- 
heir of Raymond Berengar, 
Count of Provence, d. 
1291. 



Edmund, Earl of Chester, of=pBIanche (2nd wife), Qu 

Lancaster, and of Leicester, Dowager of Na 

b. 16 Jan. 1245, d. 1296. of Robert, Count of Artois. 



Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancas-=j=Maud, dau. and hei 
ter, ckc. d. 1345. I Patrick Chaworth, 



JohndeBeau-=j=EIeanor, 5th=j=Richard FitzAlan, 9th Earl 



t(lsthus- I daughter, 
band). J^ 



Sir John de Arundell (1st 
husband), Marshal of Eng- 
land, drowned 15 Dec. 1379. 



Sir Richard Arundell, gov- 
ernor of BamboroughCastle, 
d. 3 June, 1419. 



of Arundel (2nd husband), 
d. 24 Jan. 1375. 

=Alianora, dau. of John, 
Lord Maltravers, d. 10 Jan. 
1405. 

=Alicia, relict of Roger 
Burley, she died 2 Aug. 
1436. 

j-pSir Thomas 'Willi .uglily, 
" Bellator egregius." 



Sir Robert Willoughby, d.=i=Cecily, 2nd dau. of Lionel, 
30 May, 1465. Lord Welles, K.G. 

Sir Christopher \Yilloughby,=j=Margery, dau. of Sir William 
K.B., d. 149S-9. Tenney, of Knotteshall, 

Suffolk. 



William, SthLd.Willoughby=j=Donna Maria de la Salinas 
of Eresby, had summons to (2nd wife), dau. of Don 
pari. 1509-23, K.B., d. 19 | Diego Lopez, Sarmiento, 
or 27 Oct. 1525. ^Count de Salinas. 



A, 
continued from leltrui 

William, SthLd.Willoughby=pDonna Maria de la Salinas. 



Charles Brandon,=Cathei 
Duke of Suffolk Willoughby of 
(1st husband), d. Eresby, d. 22 Oct. 
21 Aug. 1545. 15S0. 



, Baroness=j=Richard Bertie, 
ofEdenham(2nd 
husband), d. 9 
April, 15S2. 



Peregrine Bertie, 10th Lord=j=Mary, dau. of John Vere, 
Willoughby of Eresby, sum. Earl of Oxford, 
pari. 15S1-97, d. 1599-1601. 



Elizabeth, only child of 
Edward, 1st Lord Mon- 
tagu, of Boughton, North- 
ants, K.B., d. 30 Nov. 
1654. 



Robert, nth Lord, sum. pari 
1605-25, K.B., Lord Grea 
Chamberlain, cr. Earl o 
Lindsey 1626, K.G. 1631 
si. at Edge Hill 23 Oct. 1642 



Montagu, 2nd Earl <>f Lind-=Martha, widow of John 
sey,K. G.,Lord Great Cham- Ramsay, Earlof Holderness, 
berlain, d. 25 July, 1666. (1st wife). 



Robert, 3rd Earl of Lindsey=f Elizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 



Lord Great Chamberlain, 
d. 8 May, 1701. 



of l'liilip,LordWharton,bur. 
at Spilsby, 10 Oct. 16S9. 

=Mary (1st wife), dau. of Sir 
Richard Wynne, of Gwydyr, 
Carnarvon, Bart., m. 3oJuly, 
167S, d. 20 Sept. 1689. 



Peregrine, 2nd Duke, Lord=fJane, dau. and co-heir of 
Great Chamberlain, b. 29 I Sir John Brownlow, of Bel- 
April, 16S6, d. 1 Jan. 1742-3 ton, Bart., d. 25 Aug. 1736. 



Robert, 4th Earl, cr. Duke 
of Ancaster and Kestevcn, 
1715, L.G. Chamberlain, b. 
2oOct. 1660. d. 26 July, 1 723. 



La ;y Jane Bertie, m. 1760. 



Jane Matthev 
1776 



General Edward Mathew, 
governor of Grenada, 1 7S4-9, 
d. 25 Dec. 1S05. 



: Sept.=j=Thomas Maitland, Esq., d. 
I 2 Dec. 1797- 



Gen. Sir Peregrine Maitland, G.C.B. 
col. 17th and 76th foot, lieut.-gov. of 
Upper Canada, 1818, of Nova Scotia, 

Siv. and com. -in-chief Cape of 
ood Hope, 1S43-6, b. 6 July, 1777, 
d. 30 May, 1854. 



U..H-I..-,, 4 th Duke of Brightc 
Richmond, m. 1 Oct. beth Adye, dau. of J 
iSts. d. 1 Sept. 1S73. Miller, Esq., and d 

12 Oct. 1865. \Y< 



Richard War- Caroline.m.to Eliza, m. to 
ren. lieut -. ..]. Lt.-Col. Win. Rev. G. Ran- 
Scots Fusilier Roberts, R. A. king, and d. 



Brownlow Charles War- Mary Jane. m. 1st, 1825, to Rev. Ceci 

ren, m. 1841, Maria, who died i36r, she m. zndly, 1867-S, 

dau. of Sir S.B.Fludyer, Jno. C. Pigot, and died 28 Aug. 1875. 
R.N. and d. s.p. 17 =f 

Jan. 1874. A 



;mith, Caroline Elizabeth Emily Aubrey^Sir Peter Stafford Others 
Rev. Warren, m. 1035, Warren, m. 16 Carey.M. A. bailiff died un- 
to her cousin, Rev. Feb. 1S35, d. ofGuernsey.iS43-33 married. 
John Warren, and 2 Feb. 18S1. recorder of Dart- 
d. s.p. 7 Jan. 1866. mouth, 1S36-45. 



Chai'.:s Fcert.-.ii Frances, m. Amelia, m. iS=;3, Caroline, mi ', IVaance, m. 1S67, Emily. Sophia Stafford Carev, m. Con- 
Carey, B. A. b. 1S61. to Col. to Cecil Smith, to Lt -Col. Julius to Thomas Brooks. 19 Aug. 1S63. to Rev. Wm. stance, 
1841, m. 1S74, Ernest W. Esq. and died 18 A. Carey, and d. bank. Esq. barris- John Mellish, M.A. rector d.iS77< 



Hannah, widow Pelley, late Dec. icSo. 
of J. Younfj, 5th foot. =t= 



L r- 



of Win^iead, Yorks. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



de Salinas; she accompanied the Infanta, Kathe- 
rine of Arragon, into England on her marriage 
with Arthur, Prince of Wales, and was one of her 
maids of honour after her marriage with Henry 
VIII., and had 2 sons and a daughter, 

[1] Henry, and [2] Francis, both died young. 
[3] Catherine, Baroness Willoughby of Eresby, daughter 
and co-heir ; died 22 Oct., 15S0 ; her wardship and mar- 
riage was granted to Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, 
in 20 Henry VIII., whose fourth wife she became ; he died 
21 Aug. 1545, leaving by her 2 sons. 

(1) Henry (Brandon), and 

(2) Charles (Brandon), both died at Bugden, Hunts, 

14 July, 1551. 

Catherine, Duchess of Suffolk, re-married 1553, 
to Richard Bertie, of Edenham (son of Thomas Bertie, 
of Bersted, Kent, who had a grant of arms from 
Hawley, Clarencieux), fellow of Corpus Christi Coll., 
Oxon, M.A. ; bred to the bar ; sheriff of Lincoln 1564 ; 
made his will 23 Feb., 1581-2, died 9 April, 1582, 
aged 64, and had, with an only daughter, an only son. 

PEREGRINE BERTIE, ioth Lord 
*- Willoughby of Eresby, claimed and 
was allowed the barony; had summons to 
Parliament 16 Jan., 1581, to 24 Oct., 1597; ad- 
mitted to Gray's Inn 1573 ; general of the forces 
in the Netherlands 30 Elizabeth; governor of 
Berwick at his death ; born at Wesel, in the 
duchy of Cleve, Germany, 12 Oct., 1555; made 
his will at Berwick 7 Aug., 1599, proved 12 
Sept., 1601 ; married Mary, daughter of John 
Vere, Earl of Oxford, and sister and heir of 
Edward, 17th Earl of Oxford; she died 1624, 
having had, with other issue, a son, 

T3 0BERT BERTIE, iith Lord Wil- 
■*■*■ lotjc-hby; had summons to Parlia- 
ment from s Nov., 3 James I., 1605, to 17 May, 
1 Charles I., 1625, Knight of the Bath 5 Jan., 
1604; admitted to Gray's Inn 1605; Lord 
Great Chamberlain of England ; created Earl of 
Lindsey, co. Lincoln, 22 Nov., 1626; K.G. 
April, 1631 ; Lord High Admiral 11 Charles. I.. 
governor of Berwick, 1639 ; general of the 
King's forces 22 Aug., 1642 ; slain at Edge 
Hill fight 23 Oct., 1642, aged 60; buried 
at Edenham; married Elizabeth, only child of 
Edward, 1st Lord Montagu of Boughton, 
Northants, K.B. ; she died 30 Nov., 1654, 
having had, with other issue, a son, 

TyrONTAGU, 2ND Earl of Lindsey, 

K.G, Lord Great Chamberlain; had 

summons to Parliament by writ in his father's 

barony of Willoughby 31 Oct., 1640; Knight of 



the Bath at the coronation of Charles I., 1625, 
and gentleman of the bedchamber ; capt. of the 
King's guards, 1639 ; was at both battles of New- 
bury and at the battle of Naseby, &c. ; P.C. to 
Charles II. ; lord lieut. of Lincolnshire 1660; 
K.G. 1 April, 1661 ; died 25 July, 1666, aged 
58 ; buried at Edenham ; he married 1st, Martha, 
widow of John Ramsay, Earl of Holderness, 
daughter of Sir William Cockayne, of Rushton 
Northants, Knt. ; he married 2nd, Bridget, 
daughter and sole heir of Edward Wray, groom 
of the bedchamber to James I., and by her had 
a son, James, summoned to Parliament as Baron 
Norreys 1675, and created Earl of Abingdon, 
1682 (see Foster's Peerage). By his 1st wife he 
had, with other issue, a son, 

D OBERT, 3RD Earl of Lindsey, Lord Great 
^ Chamberlain; of the Privy Council, 12 
Dec, 1666, lord lieutenant of Lincolnshire 1684, 
recorder of Lincoln; died 8 May, 1701; buried 
at Edenham ; he married 1st, Mary, daughter 
and co-heir of John Massingberd, of London, 
merchant ; he married 2nd, Elizabeth, daughter 
of Philip, Lord Wharton; she was buried at 
Spilsby, 10 Oct., 1689; he married 3rd, Eliza- 
beth, widowof Sir Francis Henry Lee, of Ditchley, 
Oxon, Bart., daughter and heir of Thomas Pope, 
Earl of Downe; she died 1 July, 1719; buried 
at Edenham. By his 2nd wife he had, with 
other issue, a son. 

D OBERT, 4TH Earl of Lindsey, Lord 
*^ Great Chamberlain ; M.P. Boston 1685-7, 
1689, and Preston 1690; summoned to Par- 
liament in the barony of Willoughby in his 
father's lifetime by writ 19 April, 1690 ; created 
Marquis of Lindsey 21 Dec, 1706, and Duke 
of Ancaster and Kesteven 26 July, 17 15, with 
remainder to the heirs male of the body of his 
father by his wife Elizabeth Wharton; lord 
lieut. of Lincolnshire; P.C. to William III., 
Queen Anne, and George I. ; born 20 Oct., 
1660 ; died 26, July, 1723 ; married 1st, 30 July, 
1678, Mary, daughter of Sir Richard Wynne, of 
Gwydyr, Carnarvon, Bart. ; she died 20 Sept., 
1689; he married 2nd, Albinia, daughter of 
Major-Gen. William Farrington, of Chisle. 
hurst, and had issue ; (she re-married 6 April, 
1726, to James Douglas, M.P., Clerk of the 



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Green Cloth to the Prince of Wales, and died 
29 July, 1745, aged 46). By his 1st wife the 
Duke had a son and successor. 

T3EREGRINE, 2nd Duke of Ancaster 
■*■ and Kesteven, Lord Great Chamberlain > 
Vice-Admiral 1702; D.C.L., 1702; P. C. 
1708; M.P., Lincolnshire, 170S-10, 1710-13, 
17 13-15 ; summoned to Parliament in his father's 
lifetime in the barony of Willoughby, by writ 1 6 
March, 17 14-15; lord lieutenant, Lincolnshire, 
1733 ; lord warden of the forests north of Trent 
1734; born 29 April, 16S6; died 1 Jan., 1742-3 ; 
married Jane, daughter and co-heir of Sir 

John Brownlow, of Belton, Bart. ; she died 
25 Aug., 1736, having had, with other issue, a 
daughter, 

T ADY JANE BERTIE (3rd daughter) died 
*-* ; married 1760, to 

General Edward Mathew, lieut. governor Island 
of Nevis ; governor of Grenada 

1784-9; col. 62nd foot; general 1797; com- 
mander-in-chief West Indies ; entered the Cold- 
stream guards 1745; equerry to George III.; 
commanded a brigade of guards in America 
1775 (son of General William Matthew); died 
25 Dec, 1805, aged 78, having had a son and 
3 daughters (a). 

[la] Erownlow (Bertie-Mathew), assumed the additional 
surname of Bertie in accordance with the testamentary 
injunction of the Duke of Ancaster ; born ; 

died 29 April ( ? Sept.), 1826; married 2 April, 1S07, 
Harriet Anne, daughter of North Naylor, Esq., 

H.E.I.C.S. (by his wife^ , sister of Admiral Sir 

Albemarle Bertie, Bart., K.C.B.) ; she died, having had 
3 sons and 5 daughters, 

(1) Brownlow (Mathew), died young. 

(2) Bertie (Bertie-Matthew), lieut. 10th hussars ; born 
15 Dec, 1S11 ; killed while hunting at Rome 19 Nov., 
1844. 

(3) Edward (Bertie-Mathew.) 

(4) Jane (Bertie-Mathew), married fo 
Field-Marshal the Marquis de la Marmora, s.p. 

(5) Elizabeth. (6) Anne, died unmarried. 

(7) Harriet Anne, died unmarried 23 Oct., 1881. 

(8) Caroline, died unmarried. 

[2a] Jane (Mathew), twin with Anne ; married 2 
Sept., 1766, to Thomas Maitland, Esq., who died 2 Dec, 
1797, having had 5 sons and 3 daughters (see next page). 
[3a] Anne (Mathew), a twin with Jane; died 
married , 179S, as 1st wife to Rev. James Austen, 

rector of Steventon and Alton, Hants (eldest son of 
Rev. George Austen, rector of Dean and Steventon, by 
Cassandra, daughter of Rev. Thomas Leigh, rector of 
Harpenden, Oxon) ; he died , 1S20, leaving by her 

an only daughter. 

Jane Anna Elizabeth (Austen), died 1 Sept., 1S72 ; 
married, 8 Nov., 1814, to Rev. Benjamin Lefroy, 
Rector of Ashe, Hants (3rd son of Rev. Isnac Peter 



George Lefroy, of Ashe) ; he died 27 Aug., 1S29, 
having had a son and six daughters. 

(1) George Benjamin Austen (Lefroy), civil service, 
born 18 May, 1S1S, married 17 Nov., 1S53, Emma, 
daughter of Thomas Cracroft, Esq., of 

and has 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Edward Cracroft (Lefroy), born 29 March, 1S55. 

[2] Franklin George, born 5 June, it>6i. 

[3] Florence Emma. [4] Jessie. 

[5] Mary Isabella. [6] Louisa Langlois. 

(2) Anna Jemima (Lefroy), died 17 Oct., 1S55 ; mar- 
ried, 4 Sept., 1846, to Thomas Edward Preston Lefroy, 
Esq., judge of county courts (Circuit No. 55). 1S6S-S0 
(3rd son of Anthony Lefroy, Esq.), and had a son and 2 
daughters. 

[1] William Chambers (Lefroy), born 2 Feb., 1S49. 
[2] Jemima Anne. [3] Mary Georgina Langlois. 

(3) Julia Cassandra (Lefroy), died 30 Jan., 1SS4, 
having married, Jan., l86l,as2nd wife, to Sir George 
Kettilby Richards, R.C.B. 1SS2, M.A. Trin. Coll., 
Oxon., 1835, fellow of Queen's Coll., prof, of political 
economy, 1S51-6 ; a governor of Eton and Rugby 
Schools ; barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1S37, and a 
bencher ; standing counsel to Speaker of House of 
Commons 1S51-S2. 

(4) Georgiana Brydges (Lefroy), died , 1882 ; 
married, 28 Sept., 1S47, to John Alured George 
Seymer Terry, Esq. (younger son of Stephen Terry, 
Esq., of Dummer House. Hants) ; he died Dec, 1S74, 
having had 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Edward Seymer (Terry), bom 5 March, 1S52 : 
died, onhis voyage home from Melbourne, 2 Dec, 1872. 
[2] Henry Alured, born July, 1S55. 

[3] Francis Austen, born Dec, 1864. 

[4] Ethel Georgiana. 

[5] Caroline Louisa, married, 9 April, 1S74, to 
George Charles Boutcher, Esq., now of Minnesota, 
Canada, and has a daughter. 

Constance Caroline (Boutcher). 
[6] Anna Temima. [7] Beatrice Helen. 

(5) Fanny Caroline (Lefroy), died 29 Jan., 1SS5. 

(6) Louisa Langlois (Lefroy), married, 2S July, 1S57, 
to Rev. Septimus Bellas, M.A., vicar of Monk Sher- 
burne and Pamber, Hants (son of Richard Bellas, 
Esq.) ; he died 30 Nov., 1875, leaving an only 
daughter. 

Margaret Bellas. 

(7) Elizabeth Lucy (Lefroy), married, 10 May, 1S59, 
to Rev. Arthur Loveday, M.A., Ball. Coll., Oxon, 
1S52 ; rector of Yattenden, Berks, since 1S73, and has 
had 4 sons and a daughter. 

Arthur Philip (Loveday), born 2 Jan., 1S60; 

Charles Edward, born 21 March, 1S64 ; Henry 

Thomas, born 21 Dec, 1S67 ; Robert Bertie, born 

17 July, 1S69; Frances Charlotte, died 19 Feb., 1S6S. 

[4a] Penelope Susan (Mathew), died 27 Aug., 182S, 

married 1st, to her cousin, David Dewar, Esq. (son of 

George Dewar, Esq., of Enham Place, Hants, and Lady 

Caroline Bertie, 4th daughter of Peregrine, 2nd Duke of 

Ancaster, see p. 175) ; he died 1794, 

leaving issue ; she re-married 23 Oct., 1799, to Charles, 

3rd son of Richard Cumberland, Esq., the dramatist; 

he died 12 May, 1S35, having had 4 sons and 2 daughters 

(see page 382). By her 1st husband she had 2 sons and 

a daughter. 

(1) George Edward Brownlow (Dewar); died at school, 

1S03. 

(2) David Albemarle Bertie (Dewar), born 4 July, 
1794 ; died 25 Nov., 1S59 ; married, 1821, 
Annie Louisa, eldest daughter of Col. Richard Magenis, 
of Waringstown, co. Down (and his wife, Lady Eliza- 
beth Anne Cole, daughter of William Willoughby. 1st 
Earl of Enniskillen— see Foster's Peerage) ; she died 
19 Nov., 1S55, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 



[ 549 J 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[1] Albemarle (Dewar), of Doles, Hants, capt. 87th 
Royal Irish fusiliers; born iSth May, 1S22; died 
5 June, 1S62 ; married 30 June, 1854, Jane, only 
daughter of late Felix O'Beirne, of Kilbride House, 
Drumsna, co. Leitrim, and had 2 sons and 3 
daughters. 

(1) Albemarle Willoughby O'Beirne (Dewar), born 
15 June, 1855 ; married, 29 April, 1SS2, Florence 
Wilhelmina Rose, younger daughter of Col. 
Matthews. 

(2) George Albemarle Bertie (Dewar), of Pem- 
broke College, Oxford, born 3 Nov., 1S62. 

(3) Florence Jane Bertie. 

(4) Adeliza, died in infancy. 

(5) Adeliza Mary Bertie. 

[2] George, born 1824 ; died un- 

married 1850. 

(3) Elizabeth Anne (Dewar), died I July, 1SS1 ; 
married, Sept., 1S56, to Andrea Luigi, Marchese 
Taliacarne (son of Francesco, Marchese Taliacarne, 
by Donna Barbara, only daughter of Marchese 
Brignole, and grand-daughter of last Doge of 
Genoa), Minister Plenipotentiary of the King of 
Italy at the Court of Lisbon ; he died Nov., 

1S67, having had a son and daughter. 

(1) Arthur Bertie, Marchese Taliacarne, born 

1859. 

(2) Georgina Albinia (Marchesina). 

(3) Jane Charlotte (Dewar), died unm. 8 June, 1S37. 

JANE (MATHEW), a twin with Anne, died 
5 June, 1830; married, 2 Sept., 1776, to 
Thomas Maitland, Esq. (son of Richard Mait- 
land); died 2 Dec, 1797, having had 5 sons and 
3 daughters (c). 

[lc] Sir Peregrine (Maitland), of whom, seepage 552. 
[2f] Thomas, died unmarried 12 Feb., 1S00. 
[3c] Edward (Maitland), died at sea, in an engagement, on 
board H.M.S. Petrel, Oct. 1805. 
[4f] Charles David (Maitland); incumbent of St. James's, 
Brighton; formerly capt. R.A. ; born 3 Sept., 17S5 ; 
died 12 Oct, 1S65 ; married, 15 April, 1S14, Elizabeth 
Adye, daughter of John Miller, Esq. (and his wife 
Elizabeth, sister of Major-gen. P. Adye, R.A., and aunt 
to Lieut. -gen. Sir John Miller Adye, R.A., G.C.B., 
governor of Gibraltar) ; she died 13 Aug., 1S74, having 
had 5 sons (,/). 

(id-4c) Charles (Maitland), M.A., in holy orders, M.D.; 
author of "The Church in the Catacombs;" born 
6 Jan., 1S15; died 31 July, 1S66 ; married, 5 Nov., 
1S42, Julia Charlotte, widow of James Thomas, Esq., 
daughter of Henry Barrett, Esq. ; she died 29 Jan., 
1S64, having had a son and daughter. 
[1] Peregiine Brownlow (Maitland), born 2nd May, 
died 28 Aug., 1845. 

[2] Julia Caroline (Maitland), married, 18 July, 1S61, 
to Rev. David Wauchope (see Don- Wauchope in 
Foster's Baronetage) ; M.A., Wadham Coll., Oxon., 
1S51; rector of Church Lawford, Warwick, since 
1S63 ; and has a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) David Maitland (Wauchope), born 4 March, 

(2) Anne Julia. (3) Caroline. 
Ifid-sc) Brownlow (Maitland), M.A.,Trin. Coll., Camb., 
1840; minister of Brunswick Chapel, Marylebone, 
1849-70 ; sec. and chaplain to Gen. .Sir Peregrine Mait- 
land, G.C.B., governor of Cape of Good Hope (see p. 
552), born 12 June, 1S16; married, 1st, 19 July, 1S4S, 
Josephine, daughter of Alexander Er>kine," Esq. (| lc i r 
mah of Erskine of Dun) ; she died 8 Dec, 1S70, 
having had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 



[1] Brownlow Erskine (Maitland), Ueut. R.N. ; born 

26 June, 1S50 ; died 23 Jan., 18S1. 

[2] Erskine'Bertie (Maitland), of the Inner Temple ; 

born 26 Oct., 1851 ; died 29 Oct., 1877. 

[3] Alexander Charles (Maitland), b. 29 May, 1853. 

[4] Josephine Fanny. 

[5] Caroline Cecilia, died 2 Sept., 1878. 
Rev. Brownlow Maitland married 2nd, 4 June, 
1S72, Emily, daughter of late Samuel Warren, Esq., 
Q.C., D.C.L., F.R.S., M.P., author of Ten Thousand 
a Year, and has a daughter. 

[6] Mary Eleanor (Maitland). 
(3<?-^f) Edward (Maitland), novelist and essayist; born 
27 Oct., 1S24; married, 3 May, 1855, Esther Charlotte, 
daughter of William Bradley, Esq., of Sydney, N.S. 
Wales, and has a son, 

Charles Bradley (Maitland), army surgeon ; Indian 

medical service 1SS0 ; born 5 Jan., 1856. 
(iii-4c) John Thomas (Maitland), R.N.; born 4 Aug., 
1S26; died II March, 1855; married, 1S48, Mary 
Jane, daughter of Rev. Francis Pym, rector of Willian, 
Beds ; (she re-married in Canada about 1856-7, to 

Wainwright), and had a son, Lionel ; died 
Sept., 1873. 

(5J-41) Eardley (Maitland), col. R.A.; superintendent 
royal gun factory, Woolwich, 1 May, 1SS0 (asst. supt. 
1S72-7) ; military attache, Turkey, 1877-8 ; served in 
Indian mutiny 1S57-8; at relief of Lucknow mentioned 
in despatches; medal with 3 clasps; born 10 Nov., 
1833 ; married, 29 May, 1855, Elizabeth Odell, 
daughter of Thomas Baillie, Esq.; she died 6 Aug., 
1S77, having had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Arthur Eardley (Maitland), lieut. 87th regiment ; 

born 18 June, 1S57 ; killed by a fall from the mess 

room window at Limerick, June, 1879. 

[2] Edward William, born 31 Jan., died 20 March, 

i860. 

[3] Laura Frances Anne, died 24 March, 1S61. 

[4] Ella Laura Katherine. [5] Emily. 
[5c] Brownlow James (Maitland), R.A. ; born 2 Sept., 
17SS ; mortally wounded at battle of Barossa, and died 
31 Oct., 1S11. 
[6f] Jane (Maitland), died 18 May, 1S16 ; married 

to Richard Warren, lieut.-col. Scots fusiliers; 
he died 1S19, having had 5 sons and 5 

daughters (d) 

(\d-6c) Richard Brownlow (Warren), godson of Brown- 
low, Duke of Ancaster, born 15 July, 1S05 ; died 16 
Sept., 1808. 

(2d-6e) Peregrine, born 3 Nov., 1806 ; died un- 
married. 
(3iA6V) Francis Samuel, born 8 Feb., died 4 Dec., 

{iii-6c) Frederic Amelius, born 30 Aug., 1S13; died 

(5d-6c) Brownlow Charles (Warren), born 8 Nov., 1815; 
died s.p. 17 Jan., 1S74; married, 1 Nov., 1S41, Maria, 
eldest daughter of Sir Samuel Brudenell Fludyer, 
Bart, (see Foster's Baronetage) ; she died 25 March, 

{Gd-6r) Mary Jane (Warren), died 28 Aug., 1875 ; 
married 1st, 15 July, 1825, to Rev. Cecil Smith, of 
Lydeard House, Somerset; he died 12 May, 1S61. 
She remarried 1867-8, to Rev. John Clare Pigot, 
of Thrumpton Lodge, Weston-super-Mare ; he died 
2 Dec., 1SS0. By her first husband she had a son, 
Cecil (Smith), of Lydeard House, Somerset, J. P.; 
barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1S52; born 31 May, 
1826 ; married, 2S Sept., 185S, Amelia, daughter of 
Sir Peter Stafford Carey (see p. 552) ; she died iS 
Dec, 1SS0, leaving a son and 6 daughters. 
Cecil (Smith), born 5 Jan., i860. 
Janet Charlotte ; Caroline Ellen ; Amy ; Grace ; 
Mabel ; Susan Constance. 



[550] 



«>• The * Descent * of •<* 

Rev. Brownlow Maitland, M.A., 



i3Ioot) Eogal 




of IZnglanlu 



Henry III., bom I Oct.= 
1206, crowned 2S Oct. 1216, 
d. 16 Nov. 1272. 



Eleanor, 2nd dau. and co- 
heir of Raymond Berengar, 
Count of Provence, d. 
1291. 



Edmund, Earl of Chester, of=f=Blanche (2nd wife), Qu 
Lancaster, and of Leicester, Dowager of Navarre, dau. 
b. 16 Jan. 1245, d. 1296. of Robert, Count of Artois. 



Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancas-=j=Maud, dau. and heir of Sir 
ter, &c. d. 1345. J Patrick Chaworth. 

=Richard FitzAlan, 9th Earl 
of Arundel (2nd husband), 
d. 24 Jan. 1375. 



John deEeau-=j=Eluanor, 5ih= 
mont(isthus- | daughter, 
band). ^ 



Sir John de Amndell (lst=FAlianora, dau. of John, 
vers, d. 10 Jan. 



husband), Marshal of Eng- 
land, drowned 15 Dec. 1379. 



Lord Maltri 
1405. 

Alicia, relict of Roger 
Burley, she died 2 Aug. 
I43<5. 



Joan Arundell, 2nd dau. and=j=Sir Thomas Willoughby, 
co-heir. " Bellator egregius. " 



Sir Richard Arundell, gov- : 
ernor of BamboroughCastle, 
d. 3 June, 1419. 



Sir Robert Willoughby, d.=j=Cecily, 2nd dau. of Lionel, 
30 May, 1465. I Lord Welles, K.G. 

Sir Christopher Willoughby, =j=Margery, dau. of Sir William 
K.B., d. 1498-9. Jenney, of Knotteshall, 



Suffolk 



William, SthLd.Willoughby=j=Donna Maria de la Salinas 
of Eresby, had summons to (2nd wife), dau. of Don 
pari. 1509-23, K.B., d. 19 | Diego Lopez, Sarmiento, 
or 27 Oct. 1525. ^Count de Salinas. 

A, 
continued above. 



continued from below, 
William, Sth Ld. Willoughby=j=Donna Maria de la Salinas. 

Charles Brandon,=Catherine, Baroness=j=Richard Bertie, 
Duke of Suffolk Willoughby of ofEdenham(2nd 
(1st husband), d. Eresby, d. 22 Oct. husband), d. 9 
21 Aug. 1545. 15S0. April, 15S2. 



Peregrine Bertie, loth Lord= 
Willoughby of Eresby, sum. 
pari. 15S1-97, d. 1599-1601. 



Robert, 1 1 th Lord, sum. parl.= 
1605-25, K.B., Lord Great 
Chamberlain, cr. Earl of 
Lindsey 1626, K.G. 1631, 
si. at Edge Hill 23 Oct. 1642. 



^Elizabeth, only child of 
Edward, 1st Lord Mon- 
tagu, of Boughton, North- 
ants, K.B., d. 30 Nov. 
1654. 

Martha, widow of John 
Ramsay, Earlof Holderness, 
(1st wife). 

Elizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
c .f 1 'hilip, Lord Wharton, bur. 
at Spilsby, 10 Oct. 16S9. 



Robert, 4th Earl, cr. Duke=j=Mary (1st wife), dau. of Sir 



Montagu, 2nd EarlofLind- 
sey,K.G.,Lord GreatCham- 
berlain, d. 25 July, 1666. 



Ruber;. 3rd Earl of Lind-ej" 
Lord Great Chamberlain, 
d. S May, 1701. 



of Ancaster and Re-Uvun, 
1715, L.G. Chamberlain, b. 
2oOct. 1660. d.26july, 1723. 



Richard Wynne, of Gwydyr 
Carnarvon, Bart., m.30july, 
1678, d. 20 Sept. 1689. 

Peregrine, 2nd Duke, Lord=pJane, dau. and co-heir of 
Great Chamberlain, b. 29 I Sir John Brownlow, of Bel- 
April, 16S6, d. 1 Jan. 1742-3 ton, Bart., d. 25 Aug. 1736. 

Lady Jane Bertie, m. 1760. =i=GeneraI Edward Mathew, 
governorof Grenada, 1 7S4-9, 
d. 25 Dec. 1S05. 



Jane Matthew 
1776 



2 Sept.=pThomas Maitland, Esq., < 
I ^ Dec. 1797. 



Gen. Sir Peregrine Maitland G.C.I 
col. 17th and 76th foot, lieut.-gov. 
Upper Canada, 1818, of Nova Scoti 
gov. and com. -in-chief Cape 
Good Hope, 1843-6, b. 6 July, 177 
d. 30 May, 1S54. 



Ladv Sarah Loan. l\. Charts David, 

(2nd wife) dau. of Incumbt. of St. 

Charles, 4th Duke of James, Bright, n 

Richmond, m. 1 Oct. d. 12 Oct. 1065. 
1S15, d. 8 Sept. 1873. 



Elizabeth Ayde, Jane, m. to Caroline.m.to Eliza, m. to 
dau. of J. Lieut-Col. Lt.Col. Wm. Rev.G.Ran- 
Miller, Esq. m. Warren. Roberts,RA. king, and d. 



Charles David Josephine (i~.t — Ta »\mi1ow Maitland 



Maitland, incum.of wife) 

St.James, Brighton Alex. Erskine, 

sometimecapt R.A. Esq. m. 184S, 

died 12 Oct. 1365. d. 1S70. 



M.A., Mi 
Brunswick Chapel, 
Marylebone, 1S49-70, 



Emily(2nd Edward Maitland, 



.Q.C., of Sydney, N.S.W. 



T. Baillie, Esq. she 

T 



[550 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(7</-<5<) Caroline Elizabeth (Warren), died s.p. 7 Jan., 
1S66 ; married, 27 Aug., 1S35, to her cousin, Rev. 
John Warren, rector of Graveley, Beds ; he died 15 
Aug., 1S52. 

(8,/-6c) Charlotte, died 10 Sept., 1867 
(9d-6c) Emily Aubrey (Warren), died 2 Feb., 1S81 ; 
married, 16 Feb., 1S35, to Sir Peter Stafford Carey, 
M.A., Oxon, barrister-at-law, Middle Temple, 1830; 
jud>;e of court of record at Wells, 1S3S-45 ; professor 
of English law in Univ. Coll., London, 1S38-45 ; 
recorder of Dartmouth, 1S36-45 ; bailiff of Guernsey, 
1S45-S3 ; and had a son and 7 daughters. 
[1] Charles Egerton (Carey), of the Croft, Botley, 
Southampton; B.A., Exeter Coll., Oxon; born 19 
July, 1S41 ; married 23 Dec, 1S74, Hannah, widow 
of J. Young, barr.-at-law, daughter of late Andrew 
Rogers, Esq., of Ryde, I.W. 

[2] Frances (Carey), married 7 Aug., 1861, to Col. 
Ernest le Pelley, 5th foot (retired 1SS1), (son of 
Ernest le Pelley, Seigneur of Sark, and Amelia 
Carey his wife), and has 2 sons and 3 daughters, 

(1) Ernest Brownlow (le Pelley), b. 1 June, 1862. 

(2) Edward (Carey), born 2 Nov., 1870. 

(3) Caroline Mary. (4) Fanny Ernestine. 
(5) Amelia Maitland. 

[3] Amelia (Carey), married 28 Sept., 1S5S, to Cecil 
Smith, Esq., and has a son and 6 daughters (see 
P- 55°)- 

[4] Caroline (Carey), died 6 Feb., 1SS3 ; married 5 
Dec, 1S60, to Lieut. -Col. Julius Alphonso Carey 
(son of Sausmarez Carey, Esq.), formerly Belgian 
Consul at Alicante ; A.D.C. to Lieut.-Gov. of 
Guernsey, and has had 4 sons and a daughter, 

Harold Stafford (Carey), born 2S Sept.; 1S61. 

Wilfred Sausmarez. born 22 May, 1863. 

Roland Warren, born 20 Jan., died 16 July, 1S66. 

Mervyn Dobree, born 8 Jan., 1S77. 

Elaine Biddulph. 
[5] Beatrice (Carey), married 26 Dec, 1867, to 
Thomas Brooksbank, Esq., barr.-at-law, Inner 
Temple, 1849, and has a son, 

Thomas Carey, born 12 July, 1S78. 
[6] Emily Jane. 

[7] Sophia Stafford (Carey), died 19 Aug., 1S71 ; 
married 19 Aug., 1S63, to Rev. William John 
Mellish, M.A., Queen's Coll., Camb., 1855 ; 
rector of Winestead, Hull, since 1873 ; of Orston, 
Notts, 1855-72; and of Bardney, Line, 1S72-3 
(son of William Mellish, Esq., of Guernsey, and 
Elizabeth Walter Lilly, his wife), having had 3 
sons and 2 daughters, 

John Stafford (Mellish), born 5 Aug., 1864. 

Peter Bertie, born 25 Nov., 1S66. 

Charles Tillotson, b. 30 June, d. 19 Oct., 1S71. 

Elizabeth Aubrey. Dorothea Katherine. 

[8] Constance Bertie (Carey), died 7 Jan., 1877. 

(HX/-&] Eliza (Warren), died unmarried 14 Oct., 1S6S. 

[TV] Caroline (Maitland), died 30 Nov. married, 

to Col. William Roberts, R.A. ; he died 1851, 

having had 6 sons. 

(1) William Maitland (Roberts), died unmarried. 

(2) Brownlow Worsley, born 18 March, 18 14. 

(3 Henry Charles Roberts, major Bengal army; 

born 29 Nov., 1S17 ; died 

married, 12 May, 1S64, Jane, daughter of John Beckley, 

Esq., of Paignton, Devon, and has a son and 2 

daughters. 

Henry Maitland (Roberts), bora 14 June, 1S68. 

Laura Maria; Edith Douglas. 

(4) Peregrine (Roberts), bora 1819; died 
unmarried 6 Aug., 1876. 

(5) Edward Thomas, born 1S20; died 
unmarried 1840. 

(6) Bertie Mathew (Roberts), capt. 26th Cameronians 



and adjt. West Kent L.T. militia, retired with rank 
of Major D.L. Lancashire; born 11 Nov., 1822; 
married 1st, 1 July, 1S52, Frances Jane Lennard, 
daughter of Gen. Sir William Cator, K.C.B. (see 
Lennard, Foster's Baronetage) ; she died 21 Sept., 
1S67 ; he married 2nd, 7 Nov. 1872, Laura Charlotte, 
widow of Alexander Forteath, Esq., of Newton, N.B., 
daughter of late Lieut. -gen. Henry Tufnell Roberts, 
C.B. By his 1st wife he had 2 sons. 

[1] Harry Bertie (Roberts), B.A., Brasenose Coll. 
Oxon., 1S76 ; curate of All Souls, Leeds, 1878 
born 28 March, 1S55. 

[2] William Bertie (Roberts), lieut. R.W. fusiliers 
1876 ; born 29 June, 1S56 ; married 12 Oct., 18S2, 
Camille, 2nd daughter of John Corbett, Esq., M.P., 
of Impney, Droitwich, and Ynys-y-Maengwyn, 
Towyn, Merioneth, and has a son, 

Roger Hairy Bertie, bora 5 Oct., 1883. 
(8,-) Eliza (Maitland), died s.p. 1S60 ; 

married to Rev. G. Ranking, who died 



SIR PEREGRINE MAITLAND, G.C.B. 
(1852); Knight of Wilhelm and of St. 
Wladimir (1815); colonel 17th foot (1843); 
served in Flanders and in Spain, present at 
Corunna (silver war medal) ; in the expedition to 
the Scheldt, in 1S09, commanded 1st brigade of 
guards at the battle of the Nive (gold medal) ; 
commanded 1st British brigade (2nd and 3rd 
battalions 1st foot guards) of 1st division at 
Waterloo; K.C.B. 1815; lieut. -governor of 
Upper Canada 1818; lieut. -governor Nova 
Scotia, and governor and commander-in-chief at 
Cape of Good Hope, 1843-6; general 1846; 
commander-in-chief at Madras, 1836-8; colonel 
76th foot 1834-43; born 6 July, 1777; died 
30 May, 1854; mar. 1st, 8 June, 1803, Hon. 
Louisa, daughter of Sir Edward Crofton, and his 
wife Anne, Baroness Crofton (see Foster's Peerage)^ 
she died 3 Nov., 1805, having had a son (/), 

[1/] Peregrine (Maitland), lieut. -col. in the army, mil. 
sec. to Sir P. Maitland when ccm. -in-chief, Madras ; 
born I May, 1S04 ; died unmarried, 1S37. 

Sir Peregrine Maitland married 2nd, 9 Oct., 
18 15, Lady Sarah Lennox, 2nd daughter of 
Charles, 4th Duke of Richmond and Lennox 
(see Foster's Peerage) ; she died 8 Sept., 1873, 
having had 3 sons and 7 daughters (/). 

[2/"] Lieut. -Gen. Charles Lennox Brownlow 

Maitland, C.B., first-named (see p. 545). 

[3/J George Bertie, bora 6 April, 1S30 ; died S April, 1S31. 

[4/] Horatio Arthur Lennox (Maitland), capt. R.N. ; 

born 13 March, 1834. 

[5/J Sarah (Maitland), married, 14 Jan., 1S37, to Gen. 

Thomas Bowes Forster (son of Lieut. -Col. John Randall 

Forster) ; he died 21 March, 1S70, having had 3 sons and 

4 daughters. 



[550 



*£- The * Descent « of -<♦ 



Major Bertie Mathew Roberts, D.L., 



Late 26th Cameronians, 



FROM THE 



iJIooU Eoijal 




of England. 



Henry III., bom I Oct.= 
1206, crowned 2S Oct. 1216, 
d. 16 Nov. 1272. 



Eleanor, 2nd dau. and co- 
heir of Raymond Berengar, 
Count of Provence, d. 
1291. 



Edmund, Earl of Chester, of=f Blanche (2nd wife), Queen 

Lancaster, and of Leicester, j Dowager of Ns 

b. 16 Jan. 1245, d. 1296. | of Robert, Count of Artois. 



Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancas-=j=Maud, dau. and heir of Sir 
ter, ic. d. 1345. I Patrick Chaworth. 



^Richard FitzAlan, 9th Earl 
of Arundel (2nd husband), 
d. 24 Jan. 1375 



John deBeau-=j=Eleanor, 5th= 
mont(isthus- | daughter, 
band). X 



Sir John de Arundell (ist=j=Alianora, dau. of John, 



husband), Marshal of Eng- 
land, drowned 15 Dec. 1379. 



1 d. 10 Jan. 



Lord Maltr 
1405. 

Alicia, relict of Roger 
Burley, she died 2 Aug. 
1436. 



Joan Arundell, 2nd dau. and=j=Sir Thomas Willoughby, 
co-heir. " Bellator egregius. " 



Sir Richard Arundell, gov-= 
ernor of BamboroughCastle, 
d. 3 June, 1419. 



Sir Robert Willoughby, d.=Cecily. 2nd dau. of Lionel, 
30 May, 1465. I Lord Welles, K.G. 



Margery, dau. of Sir William 

Jenney, of Knotteshall, 
Suffolk. 



Sir Christopher Willoughby,; 
K.B., d. 1498-9. 



William, SthLd.Willoughby=f=Donna Maria de la Salinas 
of Eresby, had summons to I (2nd wife), dau. of Don 
pari. 1509-23, K.B., d. 19 | Diego Lopez, Sarmiento, 
or 27 Oct. 1525. /KCount de Salinas. 






u:::;. 



A, 

continued /rent below. 
i,Sth Ld.Willoughby=j=Donna Maria de la Salinas. 



Charles Brandon, =Catherine, Baroness=pRichard Bertie, 
Duke of Suffolk Willoughby of J ofEdenham(2nd 
(1st husband), d. Eresby, d. 22 Oct. husband), d. 9 
21 Aug. 1545. 15S0. April, 15S2. 



Peregrine Bertie, 10th Lord=j=Mary, dau. of John Vere, 
Willoughby of Eresby, sum. Earl of Oxford, 
pari. 15S1-97, d. 1599-1601. 



Elizabeth, only child of 
Edward, 1st Lord Mon- 
tagu, of Boughton, North- 
ants, K.B., d. 30 Nov. 
1654. 



Robert, nth Lord, sum. parl.= 
1605-25, K.B., Lord Great 
Chamberlain, cr. Earl of 
Lindsey 1626, K.G. 1631, 
si. at Edge Hill 23 Oct. 1642. 



Montagu, 2nd Earl of Lind-=j=Martha, widow of Job 
sey,K.G., Lord Great Cham- Ramsay,Earlof Holdernes 
berlain, d. 25 July, 1666. | (1st wife). 



Robert, 3rd Earl of Lindsey=fElizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
Lord Great Chamberlain, 1 of Philip, LordWharton,bur. 
d. 8 May, 1701. at Spilsby, 10 Oct. 1689. 



Robert, 4th Earl, cr. Duke= 
of Ancaster and Kesteven, 
1715, L.G. Chamberlain, b. 
2oGct. 1660. d.26July, 1723. 



=Mary (1st wife), dau. of Sir 
Richard Wynne, of Gwydyr, 
Carnarvon, Bart., m. 30july, 
1678, d. 20 Sept. 1689. 



Peregrine, 2nd Duke, Lord=j=Jane, dau. and co-heir of 
Great Chamberlain, b. 29 Sir John Brownlow, of Bel- 
April, 16S6, d. 1 Jan. 1742-3 ton, Bart., d. 25 Aug. 1736. 



Lady Jane Bertie, m. 1760.; 



General Edward Mathew, 
governorofGrenada, 17S4-9, 
d. 25 Dec. 1S05. 



Jane Matthew, m. 2 Sept.=j=Thomas Maitland, Esq., d. 
1776 j 2 Dec. 1797. 



Gen. Sir Per. ;_-rine Mail!.™.'., G.C.B.==I.a'!y Sarah I.e 

col. 17th and 76th foot, lieut.-gov 

Upper Canada, 1816, of Nova So. 

gov. and com. -in-chief Cape 

Good Hope, 1843-6, b. 6 July, 1 

d. 30 May, 1854. 



Charles David,=j=Elizabeth Adye, J a 

(2nd wife), dau. of Incumbt. of St. I dau. of J. Li 

Charles, 4th Duke of James BrL-'.t ,n , Miller, Esq. W 
Richmond, m. 1 Oct. d. 12 Oct. 1S65./K 
iSi 5 ,d. Sept. iS 7 3- 



Cor .line. m. to Eliza, m. 1 
Lt.-Col. Wm. Rev.G.Ra 
Roberts, R. A. king, ar 



Wi 

M.Roberts W 



Brownlow Henry Charles Roberts, maj. Ben- 
gal army, b. 1817, m. 1S64, Jane, 
iau. of John Beckley, Esq. 



Frances (1st— Kertie Mathew Roberts, late=Laura (2nd wife), 
wile), dau. of capt. 26th Cameronians, m.ij. widow of Alex- 
Genl. Sir W. late West Kent L.I. militia, ander Forteath, 
Cator, KC.B. dept.- lieut, co. Lane. b. 11 Esq. of Newton, 
m. i8s2,d.i86 7 . Nov. 1S22. ■ N.B. m. 1S72. 



fenry Bertie Roberts, William Bert 
I.A., Oxon. in holy lieut R. W 
rders, b. 28 March, 1855. 1876, b 29 Ju 



;,=^CamilIe, 2nd dau. of John Cor- 
;, bett, Esq. M.P. m. 12 Oct. 1S82. 



[553] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(1) Bowes Lennox (Forster), col. R.A. ; asst. -adjutant 
and quarter-master-general, Dublin (1882) ; military 
secretary, Madras, 1S67-71 ; brigade-major, Madras, 
1871-74; served in New Zealand war 1860-1 (medal); 
bom 9 Oct., 1837; married, iS Jan., 1868, Jessie 
Kate, daughter of William Mackenzie, Esq., C.B., 
C.S.I., Inspector-Gen. of Hospitals, Indian Medical 
Dept. (retd.), Hon. Physician to the Queen, and has 
4 sons and a daughter. 

(1) William Anson Maitland Prendergast (Forster), 
born 21 April, 1869. 

(2) Stuart Boscawen Erode Desbrisay, b.5 Oct.,lS70. 

(3) George Norman Bowes, born 26 Oct., 1872. 

(4) Lenox Weston Glendower, born 28 Sept., 1874. 

(5) Isabella Gertrude. 

(8) John Maitland (Forster), R.N. ; born 10 Jan., 
1839; died 18 Oct., 1854, on board H.M.S. Belle- 
rophon, of wounds received in naval attack upon Sebas- 
topol. 

(3) Peregrine Henry (Forster), born 2 July, 1848. 

(4) Susan Charlotte (Forster), married, 28 April, 1874, 
to Rev. Charles Garbett, M.A., Brasenose College, 
Oxford, 1864 ; vicar of Tongham since 1869, and has 4 
sons and a daughter. 

Cyril Forster (Garbett), born 6 Feb., 1875. 
Basil Maitland, born 13 July, 1876. 
Clement Steuart, born 21 July, 1S77. 
Leonard Gillilan, born I March, 1879. 
Elsie Mary Katherine 

(5) Sarah Caroline (Forster), married 20 Oct., 1869, to 
Edward Howorth Greenly (eldest son of Charles 
Williams Greenly, Esq., of Titley Court, Hereford- 
shire), and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Walter Howorth (Greenly), born 2 Jan., 1875. 
Alice Maud ; Ethel Mary ; Lucy Margaret. 

(6) Emily Berlinga (Forster). 

(7) Louisa Margaret Jane. 

[6/] Caroline Charlotte (Maitland), married 17 July, 
1837, to John George Turnbull, Esq., accountant-gen. at 
Madras ; he died 2 Jan., 1872, having had 3 sons and 2 
daughters, 

(1) George Wilmot Maitland (Turnbull), major R.A., 
1882; born 23 Nov., 1843 ; married 8 Nov., 1871, 
Annette, daughter of Comm. Featherston Acres, R.N. 

(2) Henry John Lennox (Turnbull), lieut. R.H.A.; 
bom 10 Aug., 1845; died May, 1881 ; married 7 
Nov., 187 1, Anna Carew, only daughter of Samuel 
Skurry Davenport, Esq., of Bognor, Sussex. 

(3) Charles Frederick Alexander (Turnbull), capt. Duke 
of Cornwall's L.I. 1880; A.D.C. to Gen. the Hon. 
W. Feilding ; extra A.D.C. to the Commander-in- 
Chief at Aldershot 1881-3 ; born 26 June, 1847. 

(4) Caroline Maria (Turnbull), married 5 June, i860, 
to Alexander William Adair, Esq., of Heatherton Park, 
Somerset (eldest son of Alexander Adair, Esq., of the 
same place); M.A. Oxon.; J.P. Somerset and Devon ; 
Col. Comdt. 4th battalion (militia) Somerset L.I. 1870; 
at siege and fall of Scbaslopnl ; formerly capt. 52nd foot 
(see Foster's Peerage, B. Waveney), and has had 2 
sons and 3 daughters, 

[1] Gerald (Adair), born 7 Nov., 1865. 

[2] Nigel Adair, born 19 Jan., 1873; died same year. 

[3] Evelyn Alice, married 29 April, 18S3, to Joseph 

E , only son of Joseph Carter Wood, Esq., of 

Felcourt, Sussex. 

[4] Mabel, died young. 

[5] Kathleen, died young. 

(5) Georgians Sarah (Turnbull), married 5 Jan., 1864, 
to Allan Shafto Adair (4th son of above-named Alex- 
ander Adair, Esq., of Heatherton Park, Somerset), 
J.P. Middlesex and Herts, late capt. 13th light infantry; 
bom 20 Dec, 1836, and has a son and daughter, 

Desmond (Adair;, born 20 Dec, 1865. Violet. 
[7/] Georgina Louisa, died May, 1S20. 



[554] 



[8/] Georgina Louisa (Maitland), died 5 Jan., 1852 
married 2 Jan., 1844, as 1st wife to Rev. Sir Thomas 
Eardley Wilmot Blomefield, Bart, (see also page 584), 
vicar of All Saints, Pontefract, 1S59-72 ; master of Arch- 
bishop Holgate's Hospital, Hemsworth, Yorks, 1872-8; 
he died 21 Nov., 187S, having had by her a son and 3 
daughters, 

(1) Sir Thomas Wilmot Peregrine (Blomefield), 4th 
Bart. ; late lieut. 1st York rifle regiment of militia ; 
born 31 Dec, 1848; married 5 Aug., 1874, Lihas, 
daughter of Major the Hon. Charles Napier, of Wood- 
lands, Taunton (see B. Napier, Foster's Peerage), and 
has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

Thomas Charles Alfred (Blomefield), b. 27 June, 1875. 

Nigel Napier, born 15 March, 1S77. 

Wilmot, born 26 Nov., 1878. 

Lilias Marow ; Nancy born 16 May, 1883. 

(2) Caroline Sarah. 

(3) Louisa Charlotte Emily, married II April, 1866, 
to Theodosius Stuart Russell (son of Rev. Edmund 
Russell, M.A., Cantab.), capt. late 1st West York 
militia; adjutant 24 Lane. R.V. ; chief constable W.R. 
York., and has 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

Edmund Stuart Eardley Wilmot (Russell), born 15 
June, 1869. 

Charles Lennox Somerville, born 10 July, 1872. 
Wilmot Peregrine Maitland, born 6 June, 1874. 
Archibald George Blomefield, bom 20 June, 1879. 
Somerville Peregrine Brownlow, born 10 July, 1883. 
Georgina Louisa Margaret. 
Margaret Caroline Sarah. 

(4) Georgina Salome, married 28 June, 1S70, toLoftus 
Henry Martin, capt. 3rd battalion King's Own Light 
Infantry (S. York, regiment), late 69th regiment, and 
has 2 sons. 

Loftus Wilmot (Martin), bom 19 April, 1871. 

Frank Henry Eardley, born 10 May, 1872. 
[9/] Jane Bertie (Maitland), died 23 April, 1885. 
[10/] Emily Sophia (Maitland), married 13 Jan., 1846, 
to Lord Frederic Herbert Kerr, admiral R.N. (retd.); 
groom in waiting to the Queen since 1868 (see Foster's 
Peerage, M. LOTHIAN), and has 3 sons and 6 daughters. 

(1) Arthur Herbert (Kerr), bom 10 Feb., 1862. 

(2) Mark Edward Frederic, born 26 Sept., 1864. 

(3) Frederic Walter, page of honour to the Queen 
1879-83 ; born 20 May, 1867. 

(4) Emily Georgina, married 6 Aug., 1866, as 2nd wife 
to Rev. and Hon. Francis Edmund Cecil Byng, M.A., 
Ch. Ch., Oxon. ; chaplain in ordinary at St. James's 
Chapel since 1872 ; vicar of St. Peter's, S. Kensington 
from 1867 ; chaplain to Speaker of House of Commons 
since 1S74; chaplain Hampton Court Palace 1S65-7 ; 
hon. chaplain to the Queen 1867-72 (3rd son of George, 
Earl of Strafford, see Foster's Peerage), and has 2 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

Ivo Francis (Byng), born 20 July, 1874. 

Antony Schomberg, born 31 May, 1876. 

Rachel Theodora. Irene Hilare. 

Anne Dorothy Frederica, (sponsor H.R.H. 

Princess Frederica of Hanover). 

(5) Sidney Katharine (Kerr). (6) Edith Harriet. 

(7) Mary Frances (Kerr), married 3 April, 1880, to 
George Henry, 2nd son of late Thomas Longman, 
Esq., of Farnborough Hill, Hants, and of London. 

(8) Constance Honoria. (9) Cecil Nona. 
[11/) Eliza Mary (Maitland), married 14 July, 1857, to 
Major-gen. John Desborough, R.A., C.B. (retired 1877) ; 
Governor of Oxford Mil. Coll. 1876-83 ; served in 
China 1S60 (medal), and has 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

Charles Ernest Maitland (Desborough, b. 30 Nov., 1865. 
Arthur Peregrine Henry, born 10 Sept., 1868. 
John Bertie, born 19 March, 1874. 
Leila Sarah Maitland. Emily Mary. 
Henrietta Margaret. Madeline Annie. 



«>• The * Descent © of •<♦ if 

Louisa Charlotte Emily, 

Wife of Captain Theodosius Stuart Russell, Chief Constable of the West 
Riding of Yorkshire. 



FROM THE 



motto ftogal 




of IZncjUiuX 



Henry III., born I Oct.=f=Eleanor, 2nd dau. and co- 
1206, crowned 2S Oct. 1216, | heir of Raymond Berengar, 
d. 16 Nov. 1272. Count of Provence, d. 

1291. 



Edmund, Earl of Chester, of=pBlanche (2nd wife), Queen 

Lancaster, and of Leicester, Dowager of N; 

b. 16 Jan. 1245, d. 1296. of Robert, Count of Artois. 



Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancas-=rMaud, dau. and heir of Sir 
ter, lice. d. 1345. I Patrick Chaworth. 

=Richard FitzAlan, 9th Earl 
of Arundel (2nd husband), 
d. 24 Jan. 1375. 



John de Beau-^Eleanor, 5th= 
mont(isthus- | daughter, 
band). A 



Sir John de Arundell (ist=j=Alianora, dau. of John, 
husband), Marshal of Eng- I Lord Maltravers, d. 10 Jan. 
land, drowned 15 Dec. 1379. | 1405. 



Alicia, relict of Roger 
Burley, she died 2 Aug. 
I436- 



ir Richard Arundell, gov-= 
nor of BamboroughCastle, 
3 June, 1419. 



i=j=Sir Thomas Willoughby, 
" Bellator egregius." 



Sir Robert Willoughby, d.T=Cecily, 2nd dau. of Lionel, 
30 .May, 1465. I Lord Welles, K.G. 



Sir ChiistopherWilloughby,=f=Margery, dau. of Sir William 
K.B., d. 149S-9. Jenney, of Knotteshall, 

Suffolk. 



William, SthLd.Willoughby=FDonna Maria de la Salinas 
of Eresby, had summons to (2nd wife), dau. of Don 
pari. 1509-23, K.B., d. 19 | Diego Lopez, Sarmiento, 
or 27 Oct. 1525. /f^Count de Salinas. 



Gen. Sir Peregrine Maitland, G.C.B.^=Lady Sarah Lennox. CI 

col. 17th and 76th foot, lieut -gov. of {2nd wife), dau. of Ir 

Upper Canada i3i3, of X.va Scotia, I Charles, 4th Duke of Ja 

g >v. and com.-in-chief Cape of I Richmond, m. 1 Oct. d. 
Good H u pe, 1S43-6, b. 6 July, 1777, 1S15, d. 8 Sept. 1873. 
d. 30 May, 1854. 



continued from below. 
William, SthLd.Willoughby=f=Donna Maria de la Salinas. 

Charles Brandon,=Catherine, Baroness=j=Richard Bertie, 
Duke of Suffolk Willoughby of I ofEdenham(2nd 
(1st husband), d. Eresby, d. 22 Oct husband), d. 9 
21 Aug. 1545. 1580. April, 15S2. 



Peregrine Bertie, loth Lord=f Mary, dau. of John Vere, 
Willoughby of Eresby, sum. Earl of Oxford, 
pari. 15S1-97, d. 1599-1601. 



ni?alivth, only child of 



Robert, 1 Itli Lord, 



. pari. 



1605-25, K.B., Lord Great 
Chamberlain, cr. Earl of 
Lindsey 1626, K.G. 1631, 
si. at Edge Hill 23 Oct. 1642. 



Edward, 1st Lord Mon- 
tagu, of Boughton, North- 
ants, K.B., d. 30 Nov. 
1654. 



Montagu, 2nd Earl of Lind-=pMartha, widow of JohD 
sey,K.G.,Lord GreatCham- Ramsay, Earl of Holderness 
berlain, d. 25 July, 1666. (1st wife). 



Robert. 3rd Earl of Liivl-cy 
Lord Great Chamberlain, 
d. 8 May, 1701. 



-Elizabeth (2nd wife), dau. 
of Philip, Lord\Vharton,bur. 
at Spilsby, 10 Oct. 16S9. 

=Mary (1st wife), dau. of Sit 
Richard Wynne, of Gwydyr, 
Carnarvon, Bart., m. 30julv, 
1678, d. 20 Sept. 1689. 



Peregrine, 2nd Duke, Lord=j=Jane, dau. and co-heir of 
Great Chamberlain, b. 29 I Sir John Brownlow, of Bel- 
April, 1686, d. I Jan. 1742-3 ton, Bart.,d. 25 Aug. 1736. 



Robert, 4th Earl, cr. Duke 
of Ancaster and Kesteven, 
1715, L.G. Chamberlain, b. 
20 Oct. 1660. d.26July, 1 723. 



Lady Jane Bertie, m. 1760.: 



-General Edward Mathew, 
I governorof Grenada, 1784-9, 
I d. 25 Dec. 1S05. 

Jane Matthew, m. 2 Sept.==Thomas Maitland, Esq., d. 
"1776 J 2 Dec. 1797. 

Pavid,=j=Eli,-a!etli.\dy.- 



,ytlrz 

n i Ml. 



"Lieut.-!. 

Warren. 



: Lieut. -gen. Charles Lennox Brownlow Maitland, 2 Horatio Arthur 3 Sarah- 

C.B., col. 1st batt. Duke of Edinburgh's regt., Lennox Mait- Mait- 

lieut. of the Tower of London, 1876-84, a dep. land, cpt. R.N. land.m. 

as-, adi.-gen. of division in America, lieut.-gov. b. 13 March, 14 Jan. 

of Chelsea Hospital, iS69-74, b. 27 Sept. r333. 1834. 1S37. / 



lien. Thomas 4 Caroline Char : 

Howes F'.r>t'-r, 1 U>- MailLiuil, 

d. 21 March, m. 17 July, 

1870. 1S37. 



5 Georcina Loui . Rev si. 1 as 

Maitland (tst Eardley Wilmot 

wife)m.;Ian.iS44 Blomefield.Bart., 

d. 5 Jan. 1852. d. 2I Nov. 1878. 

Sir Thomas Wilmot=rLilias, dau. of 
Peregrine Blomefield, the Hon. Charles 
4th Bart. b. 31 Dec. Napier, m. 5 
1848. A-Aug. 1S74. 

Edmund Stuart Eard- Charles Lenm 
ley Wilmot Russell, Somerville Russ- 
b. 15 June, 1869. b. 10 July, 1673. 



"Maitland, d. 

23 April, 

1SS5. 



Willi.-. 

Mait .. 

b.6Ju 



7 Emily Sophia : 



y=Major-(>.n. 
1. I John Des- 

r 'AR.A° U c\B. 



. Stuart K11-" .!. ' <■ ■ . : - ■ 1 • I ! 



Archibald George Somerville Peregrine Georgina Louisa Margaret Ca 
Blomefield Russell, Brownlow Russell, b. Margaret Russell, rohne Sara! 
b. 20 June, 1879. 10 July, 1883. Russell. 



[555] 



*>• The * Descent * of •<► 



Sir Thomas Hyde Crawley-Boevey, 



Bart., 
Of Flaxley Abbey, Gloucestershire, 

FROM THE 



Blooti ftogal 




of IZnglani. 



Edward III., crowned i=j=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. 132S, 

d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of=j=Elizabeth, dau. and heir of 
Clarence, Earl of Ulster, I William de Burgh, Earl of 
etc., KG. I Ulster (1st wife). 



Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of 
March and Lord of Wigmore, mar- 
shal of England, lieut. of Ireland, 
d. at Cork, 27 Dec. 13S1. 



Philippa of Clarence, 
b. 16 Aug. 1355, m. 
136S. 



RogerMortimer, 4th Earl of= 
March, etc., whom Richard 
II. nominated his successor 
to the throne,slain at Kenlis, 
Ireland, 20 July, 1398, aged 
24. 



Eleanor, dau. of Thomas 
Holland, Earl of Kent, de- 
scended from Edmund of 
Woodstock, Earl of Kent, 
son of Edward I. 



Anne (1st wife), co-heir 
of her brother Edmund, 
Earl of March. 



Richard, Earl 1 >f Cambridge 2nd 
son of Edmund of Langley, Duke 
of York, 4th son of Edward 
III.), beheaded 6 Aug., 1415. 



Richard, 3rd Duke of Vork, : 
EarlofCambridge,etc.,"the 
protector," fell at battle of 
Wakefield, 31 Dec. 1460. 



1 'iccly, dau. of Ralph Nevill, 
Earl of Westmorland, d. 31 
May, 1495. 



George, Duke of Clarence,=flsabel, dau. of Richard 



dnted for high treason 
1478, said to have been 
drowned in a butt of malmsey 
IS Feb. 147S. 



Nevill, Earl of Salis- 
bury and Warwick, 
" the Kingmaker," d. 
12 Dec. 1476. 



Margaret, Countess ol Salis- 
bury, beheaded intheTower 
27 May, 1551, aged 72. 



Sir Richard Pole, K.G., 
gent, of the bedchamber to 
Prince Arthur, d. 1505. 



Ilenr) P"le,LordMontacute=fJane, dau. of George Nevill, 
K.B., beheaded 9 Jan. i539 v K2nd Lord Abergavenny, 
A 
continued above. 



1 



2nd Lord Abergavenny. 



Catherine, eldest dau. and=j=Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl 
co-heir, d. 23 Sept. 1576. I of Huntingdon, K.G., d. 23 
June, 1561. 

Sir George Hastings (2nd=j=Dorothy, 2nd dau. and co- 
heir of Sir John Port, of 
Etwall and Dale Abbey, 
co. Derby. 

Henry Hastings, of Wood-=j=Dorothy, dau. and co-heir 
lands and Piddletown, I of Sir Francis Willoughby, 
Dorset. of Wollaton, Notts. 



son), 4th Earl of Hunting- 



Henry Hastings, of New-=pSusan (1st wife), dau. of 
ington Butts, Surrey (3rd Robert Offley, of London, 
son), will dated 19, proved merchant, bd. at St.Benet's, 
21 Oct., 1668. 29 Aug. 1 66 1 



Anne Hastings (eldest and=j=John Ayleway, of London, 



only surviving dau. and co- 
heir), bapt. 2 Jan. 1624-5, 
m. 12 Oct. 1643, bd. SJan. 
16S3-4. 



and merchant taylo 
d. 7 Nov. 1677. 



Susanna Ayleway (2nd wife)=f=John White, of Paternoster, 
b. 15 March, 1647-8, m. 23 London, citizen and mercer, 
Feb. 16S1-2, d. 6 June, b. at Truro, 24 Jan. 1631, 
1732. d. 1700. 



Susanna White, m. before=j=Jobn Lloyd, bd. at Christ 
1712, bd. at Flaxley, co. I Church, London, 6 Nov. 
Glouc, 5 March, 1762. 1744. 



Susanna Lloyd, m. 31 Mar.=j=Thomas Crawley-Boevey, 
1743-4, bd. at Flaxley same I of Flaxley Abbey, b. 11 
day as her mother, 5 March, Sept. 1709, d. 28 Nov. 
1762. 1769. 



Sir Thomas Craw 
Boevey, Bart., b. 
Jan., .744-5, d. 



Sir l'li ..mas Crawley- 
Ilocvtjy, 3rd Bart., b. 
28 Nov. 1769, d. 10 
Jan. 1847. 



A 



Susan Crawley, m. ist 
to Edmund Bastard, znd 
to Sir Thomas Hyde 
Page, Knt. R E. 



.7^ 

I Devo 
A 



: MaryAlbinia,dau.of John Lloyd Crawley, Charles Crawley, vicar George Crawley, William Crawley, 6 daus. 

Sir Thomas Hyde rector of Heyford of Hartpury, co Glouc, capt. R.N., m. vicar of Flaxley, 

Page, Knt., m. 1807, and Holdenby, m. m. Catherine, dau. of Charlotte, dau. m Charlotte, dau. 

d. 1835. Anne, dau. of Rev. Rev. Duke Yonge. of Rev. Duke of Rev. Charles 

Charles Crawley. =j= =j= Yonge. =j= Crawley. =F 



Martin Hyde Crawley-=j=Elizal.eth, ,1.1..-: <!.ui. of Albinia Anne, m.=j=Rev. George 1 
evey, Bart., verderer of Rev. George William 14 Sept. 1843, d. Daubeny. 
■Forest of Dean, b. 1812, Daubeny, m. 9 June, 20 Jan., 1850. 



Sir Thomas Hyde= 
Crawley - Boevey, 
Bart., b. 2 July, 

■8,7. 



Thos. Peters, 
tor of Eastington, 
m. 25 July, 1865. 



Thomas Russell, b. 



[556] 




/CRAWLEY -BOEVEY, SIR THOMAS 
^ HYDE, Bart., of Flaxley Abbey, Glou- 
cestersire, high sheriff 1S82, late lieut. 69th foot, 
elected a verderer of Her Majesty's Forest of 
Dean 1873, 20TH IN descent from Edward 
III., born 2 July, 1837 ; married 25 July, 1865, 
Frances Elizabeth, only daughter of Rev. 
Thomas Peters, rector of Eastington, Glouces- 
tershire, and has 4 sons and a daughter. 

1] Francis Hyde (Crawley-Boevey), bora 25 April, 1S6S. 

2 Edward Martin, born 26 March, 1S73. 

3 Arthur Curtis, born IO July, 1874. 

4 Thomas Russell, born 22 March, 1SS0. 
5] Albinia Frances. 





The Descent of 
Sir Thomas Crawley-Boevey, Bart., 
from the 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, 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 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 1 1 years ; his descendant, 

[5 



C USANNA (daughter of John Lloyd, see chart 
pedigree opposite), buried at Flaxley the 
same day as her mother, 5 March, 1762 ; married 
31 March, 1743-4, to Thomas Crawley-Boevey, 
Esq., of Flaxley Abbey, Newenham, co. 
Gloucester, who died 28 Nov., 1769, having had 
2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Sir Thomas (Crawley-Boevey), Bart., whom 
see page 560. 

[2] Charles (Crawley), B.C.L. Ball. Coll., Oxon., 17S6 ; 
rector of Stowe Nine Churches, Northants, 17S9-1S49 ; 
and rector of Broadway, Wore; born 25 April, 1756 ; 
died 4 Jan., 1S49 ; married 12 April, 17S4, Mary, daugh- 
ter of George Abraham Gibbs, Esq., of Exeter (and 
sister of Rt. Hon. Sir Vicary Gibbs, chief justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas) ; she died 31 Oct., 1S19, having 
had 2 sons and 7 daughters. 

(1) Charles (Crawley), of Littlemore, Oxon., born 25 
Sept., 17SS; died 30 Sept., 1S71 ; married 14 May, 
1S25, Eliza Katherine, daughter of Abraham Grimes, 
Esq., of Coton House, Warwickshire ; she died 12 Oct., 
1881, having had (with 2 sons who died young) a son, 

Chari.es Edward (Crawley), of Littlemore, 
born 17 Feb., 1S27; married 1st, 16 April, 1S56, 
Maria Walter Scott, daughter of William Wilson, 
Esq., of Wandsworth, Surrey; she died 16 Jan., 
1S62, having had a son and daughter. 
[1] Charles William Scott (Crawley), born 4 Feb., 
1S58. 
[2] Margaret Laura Scott. 

Charles Edward Crawley married 2nd, 23 
April, 1S67, Marion, daughter of George Charles 
Karop, Esq., of Copenhagen, and has 2 sons. 
[3] Edward Robert John(Crawley), born I9july,lS7I. 
[4 J George Richard Eric, born 5 Dec, 1S73. 

(2) George Abraham (Crawley), of Whitehall Place, 
and Fitzroy Farm, Highgate, Middx, solicitor; born 
26 Sept., 1795; died 24 July, 1862; married 29 
Sept., 1S26, Caroline, daughter <>f David Powell, Esq., 
of Loughton, Essex ; she died 18 Dec, 1S75, having 
had 3 sons and 8 daughters. 

[1] Robert Townsend, M.A. Ch. Ch., Oxon., 1S5S ; 
rector of North Ockendon, Essex, since 1S69 ; vicar 
ofCressing, 1S66-9 ; born 13 Feb., 1S32; marr.ed 
20 Jan., 1S57, Louisa Marianne, daughter of Rev. 
James Charles Clutterbuck, rector of Long Witten- 
ham, Bucks, and has 4 sons and 4 daughters, 

Robert Francis, born 3 Sept., 1858 ; Charles 

Henry, born 7 July, 1S59 : George Herbert, horn 

16 Nov.. 1863 ;" James Henry, born IS July, 1S65 ; 

Mary ; Ehzabe.h Margaret ; Caroline Bertha ; 

Louisa. 

[2] George Baden, born 4 Sept., 1S33 ; died 23 Nov., 

1879, having married 6 Aug., 1S63, Eliza Inez, 

eldest daughter of Henry G. Hulbert, Esq.. of East 

Farleigh, Kent, and had 6 sons and 2 daughters, 

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George Abraham, born 1864 ; Henry Ernest, 

born 1S65 ; Leonard Russell, born 1866 ; Eustace, 

born 1868 ; John Kenneth, born 1872 ; Arthur 

Stafford, born 1876 ; Caroline Inez ; Georgina 

Beatrice, a posthumous daughter, born 27 May, 

1880. 

[3] Charles David, M.A. Ch. Ch., Oxori., 1S65 ; 

vicar of East Hamham, Wilts, since 1875; born 13 

July, 1835 ; unmarried. 

[4] Maty, married 31 Aug., 1S59, to Rev. Henry 

Manning Ingram, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1853 ; 

B.A., 3Sth wrangler, 1S47 ; rector of Aldrii ■gt™ 

since 1S79; 2nd Master of Westminster School, 

186 1 -So, and has 5 sons and 2 daughters, 

Henry Hugh (Ingram), born 17 May, 1S61; Charles 

Frederick, born 20 Aug., 1862 ; Francis Manning, 

born 6 Nov., 1864 ; Robert Antony, born 11 Feb., 

1866 ; Arthur David, born 3 March, 1869 ; Anne 

Caroline, twin with Robert Antony ; Edith Mary. 

[5] Caroline, unmarried. [6] Anne, died 1850. 

[7] Edith, unmarried. 

[8] Fanny, died 12 April, 1865, having married 
I May, 1S61, to Rev. George Edward Jelf, M.A. 
Ch. Ch., Oxon., 1859; canon resid. of Rochester 
cathedral since 1S80 ; vicar of St. Matthew, Black- 
moor, Hants, 186S-74 ; vicar of Saffron Walclen, 
1S74-82; hon. canon St. Albans, 1878-80; and had 
a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) Edward (Jelf), born 13 March 1865. 

(2) Edith Louise. (3) Mary Agnes. 
(4) Fanny, died 1871. 

[9] Agnes, married 28 Dec, 1869, to Rev. Thomas 
Robinson, B.A., and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

George Villiers (Robinson), born 14 Jan., 1872; 

Clement Crawley, born 25 Aug., 1874; Agnes 

Irene. 
[10] Willielmina, unmarried. 

[11] Bertha, died 26 Dec, 1870, having married 5 
June, 1866, to Col. Thomas Lowndes, Burmese 
police service, and had a son and daughter. 

Maurice (Lowndes), born 4 Nov., 1869; Bertha 

Caroline. 

(3) Ann (Crawley), died 2 May, 1S63 ; married 21 
April, 1S06, to her cousin, Rev. John Lloyd Crawley 
(2nd son of Sir Thomas Crawley-Boevey, Bart. ; see 
Foster's Baronetage) ; he died 18 Oct., 1S50, having 
had 8 sons and 2 daughters (see p. 560). 

(4) Mary, died unmarried 16 April, 1865. 

(5) Susan, died unmarried 1881. 

(6) Elizabeth, married 1S11, to Rev. 
George William Daubeny, of Seend House, Wilts (son 
of Ven. Archdeacon Daubeny) ; he died 5 June, 1S60, 
leaving issue (see p. 776). 

(7) Isabella, died young. 

(8) Caroline, died 13 Feb., 1850 ; married 9 July, 
1S17, to her cousin George Henry Gibbs, Esq., of 
Bedford Square, Midd., and afterwards of Clifton 
Hampden, Oxfordshire, and Aldenham, Herts ; he 
died 21 Aug., 1S42. having had issue (see p. 750). 

(9) Charlotte, married 8 Oct., 1822, to her cousin 
Rev. William Crawley (youngest son of Sir Thomas 
Crawley-Boevey, Bart. ; see Foster's Baronetage) ; he 
died 17 Dec, 185S, leaving issue (see p. 561). 

[3] Susanna (Crawley), died ; married 

1st, to Edmund Bastard, Esq., of South Warnford, 
Devon ; 2nd, in 1777, to Sir Thomas Hyde Page, Knt., 
R.E. ; he died 20 June, 1821. 

[4] Catherina (Crawley), died 9 Dec, 1842; married, 
12 March, 1777, to Rev. Duke Yonge, vicar of Corn- 
wood, Devon (son of Rev. John Yonge, of Puslinch, 
Devon) ; he died 3 Dec, 1823, having had 5 suns and 4 
daughters. 

(1) Duke (Yonge), vicar of Antony, Cornwall ; born 
13 Oct., 1779; died 29 July, 1836; married 14 May, 



1S06, Cordelia Anne, daughter of Samuel Colborne, of 
Lyndhurst, Hants (sister of F.M. Lord Seaton, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.H., &c); she died 20 July, 1856, 
aged 82, having had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Duke John (Yonge), in holy orders ; born 9 May, 
1809 ; died 10 January, 1846 ; married ; 

Elizabeth, daughter of Roberts, of 

(she re-married to Capt. Scott), and had 3 sons. 

(1) Duke Dowton (Yonge), R.N., died 1878. 

(2) Kenneth Arthur Duke (Yonge). 

(3) Walter Francis Duke (Yonge). 

[2] John Francis Duke (Yonge), of Plymouth, 
M.D. ; born 30 January, 1814 ; died 25 Dec, 1879 i 
married 1st, Elizabeth Alice, daughter of 

Holmes, Esq., of ; he married 

2ndly, 19 July, 1S69, Mary, daughter of David Jones, 
Esq. ; by his 1st wife he had 3 sons. 

(1) Francis Arthur Holmes (Yonge), died 

(2) James Frederic Moore. 

(3) Stephen Duke. 

[3] Frederick Duke (Yonge) in New Zealand ; for- 
merly R.N. ; born 24 March, 1816; married 
[4] Arthur Duke (Yonge), born 11 June, 1825; 
married , 1870, Lucy, daughter of John 

Williams, Esq., of Bruges, and has a daughter, 
Alethea Duke (Yonge), born at Florence, 8 Nov., 
1872. 
[5] Cordelia Anne Duke, died August, 1864 

married , to Major-Gen. 

Oldfield, R.A., A.D.C. to the Queen ; died 
[6] Alethea Duke, died s.p. 18 Feb., 1S47 ; married 
8 Oct., 1842, as 1st wife, to Lt.-Col. Edward 
Bond, 53rd regt., who died 4 July, 1880. 
(2) Charles (Yonge), in holy orders, a master at Eton 
born 14 May, 1781 ; died 29 May, 1830; marriedt 
Dec, 1811, Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Lord, Esq., 
of Pembroke; she died 11 Jan., 1868, having had 4 
sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Charles Duke (Yonge), regius professor of 

modern history, Queen's Coll., Belfast, and fellow of 

the Royal University ; born 30 Nov., 1812 ; married 

15 Aug., 1837, Anne, daughter of James Vincent 

Bethell, Esq., of Hereford. 

[2]Jol ~ 

1843. i 

Lessingham since 1876 ; 

master Eton, 1840-75; bornioApril, 18 18; married 

19 Dec, 1844, Hon. Catherine Charlotte Lysaght, 

daughter of George, 4th Baron Lisle, and has had 3 

sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) George (Yonge), M.A., Trin. Hall, Camb., 
1S77 ; wrangler; curate of Sparham, Norfolk, 
since 1S82 ; born 10 Oct., 1S50 ; married 17 July, 
1S83, Ann. daughter of Rev. T. S. Norgate. 

(2) John Harry, born 30 March, 1S52 ; married 4 
April, 1883, Emma, daughter of late Dr. Sherlock. 
(8) Charles Francis Lysaght, born 11 Oct., 1858. 

(4) Elizabeth Catherine. 

(5) Mary Isabel, married 20 Aug., 1872, to Rev. 
Denys Nelson Yonge, vicar of Broxted, Suffolk 
(see page 817). 

(6) Lucy Sarah, married 2S Dec, 1881, to Rev. 
John Paget Davies, rector of Sti eat, Surrey. 

(7) Charlotte Fortescue. 

(8) Gertrude Augusta Jane, died, 1858. 

(9) Margaret Alice. 

[3] James Arthur, born 9 March, 1822 ; died s.p. 
Sept., 1864; married 28 Aug., i860, Hannah, 
daughter of R. Rogers, of Kilkee, Ireland; she 
remarried to Charles Egerton Carey, Esq. 
[4] George Edward (Yonge), treasurer of the County 
of Southampton, born 4 July, 1S24 ; married 6 Oct., 
1S59, Lucy, daughter of Gideon Acland, and had 
a son, 



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George Acland, born 23 Sept., 1S61 : died 6 

Oct., 1870. 
[5] Elizabeth Catherine, died unmarried 1S36. 
[6] Charlotte Frances, died 2S Sept. 1S60 ; married 
9 Nov., 1841, to Rev. John Finch Mason, rector of 
Brignall , Yorkshire, and of Aldenham Lodge, Herts ; 
who died 16 Dec, 1874, and had 6 sons and 7 
daughters. 

(1) John (Mason), born 24 June, ; died 

(2) William Bryant Finch, bom S Sept., ; 
died 

(3) George Finch, born 3 Jan., 

(4) Arthur Finch, born 24 Feb., ; died 

(5) Henry Charles Finch, born 1 Tuly, 

(6) John Henage Finch, born 13 July, ; died 

(7) Mary Elizabeth, died youn. 

(8) Mary Alethea Jane. 

(9) Ada Charlotte Frances, married to Charles 
Duncan Royds, Esq , of the Grange, Roestock, 
St. Albans. 

(10) Elizabeth Catherine. 

(11) Helen Maria, died young. 

(12) Georgina Emily, died young. 

(13) Gertrude Beatrice, died young. 

(3) John George (Yonge), born 17S6 ; died 

, 1806. 

(4) James (Yonge), B.A. Exeter Coll., Oxon., M.D. 
Edin., born 11 March, 1793; died s. p. 3 Jan., 1870; 
married 1st, 20 Feb. 1820, Margaret, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Crawley-Boevey, Bart , (see page 561) ; she 
died 22 April, 1S67, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters, 
who all died young ; he married 2ndly, 25 Aug., 186S, 
Anna Susanna, daughter of George Couch, Esq., of 
Ford, Devonport. 

(5) William Crawley (Yonge), of Otterbourne, Hants, 
J. P., served at Waterloo with 52nd light infantry ; born 
2 June, 1795; died 26 Feb., 1S54 ; married 25 Oct., 
1822, Frances Mary, daughter of Rev. Thomas Bargus, 
vicar of Barkway, Herts ; she died 30 Sept., 1 868, 
having had a son and daughter. 

[1] Julian Bargus (Yonge), of Otterbourne, Hants, 
M.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon., formerly in Rifle Brigade, 
born 31 Jan., 1S30; married 9 Sept., 185S, Emma 
Frances, daughter of Col. Edward Walter, 3rd Bom- 
bay light cavalry, and has 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Francis Arthur (Yonge), born 23 Nov.. 1861. 

(2) Maurice Edward, born 26 March, 1S67. 

(3) George Alan David, bom 1 March, 1S71. 

(4) Helen Emma. 

(5) Louisa Alethea, m. 7 Aug., 18S4, to Rev. Thos. 
Henry Arlington Bowles, of Arlington, Devon. 

(6) Joanna Angela. 

[2] Charlotte Mary ^Yonge) author of " The Heir of 
Redclyffe," " Heartsease," &c. ; born 11 Aug. 1823. 
(6; Susannah (Yonge), died s.p. 29 SeDt., 1S32 ; mar- 
ried 1825 to Jerome Roach, Esq. 

(7) Catharina, died 2 Jan., 1S58 ; married 30 Aug., 
1811, to Rev. Charles Crawley, vicar of Hartpury, son 
of Sir Thomas Crawley-Boevey, Bart., he died 17 Jan., 
1S56, having had 2 sons and 5 daughters (see next page). 

(8) Charlotte, died 8 April, 1836 ; married 1st. Aug. 
1S06, to George Crawley. Capt. R.N., who died 5 March, 
1810 (see next page) ; she re-married 6 Tan., 1825, to 
Rev. Thomas Jones, D.D., rector of'Exeter Coll., 
Oxon.; he died 7 Aug. 1S3S ; by her first husband she 
had a daughter. 

Georgiana, married 1 Jan., 1S31, to Rev. Hugh 
Poison, of Bourtonon-the- Water, and had 3 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

[1] Charles Henry (Poison), born 30 Oct., died 

5 Nov., 1831. 



[2] Arthur Crawley (Poison), born 20 Tan., 18 ? 5 - 
died , 1864. " ' 

[3] George Henry (Poison), born 28 Jan., 1S34. 
[4] Catherine Rosalie, born 25 May] 1S35 ; mar- 
ried 11 Dec, 1S60, to Arthur Proctor Pickering, 
of London, solicitor, and has a son and daughter"" 
Umfraville (Pickering), born 2S April, 1S63 ; 
Alethe Mary. 
[5] Georgiana Alethe, bom 2S Feb., 1S38 ; died 
1S81 ; married 15 Oct., 1S61, as 1st 
wife to Charles Warren Adams, Esq. , and had a 
daughter. 

Charlotte Aiethe Rosalie (Adams), bora 
1S62. 
(9) Anne Duke (Yonge), died 22 June, 1845 ; married 
15 Dec, 1S30, as 1st wife, to Thomas Julian Pode, 
Esq., of Plympton Erie, Devon; he died 9 Feb., 
1S57 ; having had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 
[1] John Duke (Pode), of Slade, Devon, J.P., M.A. 
New Coll., Oxon. (some time fellow), barrister-at- 
law, Inner Temple ; born 6 Nov. 1832 ; married 
30 Aug. i860, his cousin Augusta Boevey. young --i 
daughter of Rev. Charles Crawley, Vicar of Hartpury, 
&c, (see next page) and has 3 sons and a daughter. 
Ernest Duke Yonge (Pode). born 2 Aug. 1862 ; 
Cyril Augustin, born 29 April, 1S66 ; Arthur 
Crawley, born 4 July, 1S70; Beatrice Catharina. 
[2] James Yonge (Pode), bom 23 Dec. 1833, died 
17 Nov. 1834. 

[3] William Yonge (Pode), of Plympton Erie, born 
16 June, 1835. 

[4] Charles Coleridge (Pode), scholar of Exeter Coll., 
Oxon., B.A., M.B., &c, bom 3 April, 1S41, died 
25 May, 1873. 

[5] Edward (Pode), educated at Exeter Coll., Oxon., 
born 26 Sept. 1842 ; married 6 Oct. 1S66, Elizabeth 
Davey, daughter of Richard Clifton, of Ashwater, 
Devon, she died 13 May, 1S83. 

[6] Anne Catharina, married 30 July, 1861, to 
William John Woollcombe, Esq., of Plympton 
Erie (3rd son of late Vice-Admiral George Wool- 
combe), and has had 8 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Wiliiam, born I July, 1S62 ; died 7 Aug., 

(2) James Yonge, bom 5 Sept., 1S63. 

(3) Walter Ley, born 23 Feb., 1S65. 

(4) Maurice, midshipman, R.N., born 18 April, 
1S6S. 

(5) Reginald, bom 11 April, 1870. 

(6j Charles Kenneth, bom S Nov , 1S71. 
(7) Alfred, bom 11 April, 1S73. 
(8j John, born 19 Jan., 1S75. 

(9) Mary Catharina. 

(10) Frances Jane. 

[7] Charlotte Cordelia, married 26 Aug. 1S62, to 
Rev. Duke Yonge, of Puslinch and Combe, Devon, 
and of Burrell, Cornwall, M.A. Exeter Coll., Oxon., 
1S49 ; patron and rector of Newton Ferrers, 1S77 to 
1SS1 ; he died 7 Oct. 188 1, and had 6 sons and 4 
daughters. 

(1) John (Yonge), of Puslinch, &c ; born 18 Dec. 
1864. 

(2) Charles Burell, born 6 April, 1S66. 

(3) Geoffrey, born 20 Sept., 1S67. 

(4) Duke Mohun, born iS April, 1S69. 

(5) James Upton, born 17 April, 1S72. 

(6) Ambrose Pode, born 19 Dec. 1S78. 

(7) Katharine. (8) Dorothea. 

(9) Cordelia Elizabeth. (10) Alethea. 

(8) Frances Alethea (Pode), married 6 Feb., 1873, 
to Rev. Thomas Harold Frederick Hickes, M.A. 
Pern. Coll., Oxon., 1S70, chaplain of St. Michael's 
House, Cheddar, &c, since 1S7S, and has 2 sons and 
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George (Hickes), bom 8 March, 1S74. 
Thomas Duke, born 27 Nov., 1S76. 
Mary Vonge. 

CIR THOMAS CRAWLEY-BOEVEY, of 

Flaxley Abbey, aforesaid, s. as 2nd baronet 
on the death of his kinsman Sir Charles Barrow 
10 Jan., 1789, s.p., by virtue of the limitation ot 
the patent; born 14 Feb., 1744-5; died n Aug., 
1818, having married 20 Feb., 1769, Anne, 2nd 
daughter of Rev. Thomas Savage, M.A., of 
Broadway, Worcester, &c, rector of Standish, by 
Eleanor, his wife, only daughter and heir of 
Thomas Barrow, of Field Court, parish of Hard- 
wicke (uncle of Sir Charles Barrow, Bart.) ; she 
died 10 Sept., 1816, having had 5 sons and 6 
daughters. 

[1] Sir Thomas, 3rd Baronet, of whom presently. 
[2] John Lloyd Crawley, rector of H-yford and Hol- 
denby, Northants, 1809-50, B.A. St. Mary Hall, Oxon., 
1798; born 21 Feb., 1775; died 18 Oct., 1850, having 
married 21 April, 1806, his cousin Anne, daughter of 
Rev. Charles Crawley, LL.B., rector of Stowe (see page 
55S): she died 2 May, 1S63, having had 6 sons and a 
daughter. 

(1) John Lloyd, vicar of Arlingham, GIouc, 1837-48, 
M.A. Trinity Coll., Oxon., 1834; born 10 June, 1S0S; 
drowned in the Severn, 30 Aug., 1S4S, having married 
25 June, 1839, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. John 
Sayer, vicar of Arlingham; she died 11 May, 1SS0, 
having had a son and 3 daughters. 

John Lloyd, in New Zealand, late lieut. R.N., born 
1 Nov., 1845, unmarried; Mary Elizabeth Sayer; 
Ellen Sayer ; Selina Charlotte Sayer. 

(2) George, born 8 Nov., 1810; died s.p 2 Sept., 
1S54, having married 8 Aug., 1S50, Emily Anne 
Frances, 2nd daughter and coheir of Right Rev. 
William Grant Broughton, D.D., bishop of Sydney. 

(3) Charles Gibbs, commr, R.N.,retd., born 17 April, 
1S1?. 

(4) Henry, rector of Stowe Nine Churches 1S49, M.A. 
Ball ol Coll , Oxon., 1842 ; born 7 July, 1813 ; mar- 
ried 1st, 15 Jan., 1S57, Emma, daughter of Mr. John 
Tollington, of Leicester ; she died 6 May, 1S58. He 
married 2ndly, 4 Oct., 1870, his cousin Mary, 
daughter of Rev. Charles Crawley, and had by 1st 
wife a daughter 

Emma Anne, born 28 April, 1S58. 

(5) Thomas William, rector of Heyford, Northants. 
1851, M.A. Pembroke Coll., Oxon., 1S34; born 21 
Aug., 1815 ; married 5 May, 1853, Hannah Elizabeth, 
daughter of Jeffery Carter, of Heyford, and has had 
with other issue 7 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Thomas William, late clerk in the foreign office, 
born 12 Feb., 1S54 ; died 4 Jan., 1885 ; married 25 
Sept., 1875, Emily, eldest daughter of Walter 
Mingay and Emily Rochfort, of Acton, Middlesex, 
and had a daughter. 

Cecilia Emily Augusta Elizabeth. 
[2] Antony Frazer Hughes Riddell, born I Aug., 1855, 
[3] Henry Hughes, born 7 Aug. 1856. 
[4] George Bu. ridge, lieut. Bengal S.C., served in 
Afghanistan ; born 10 March, 185S ; married, and 
has a son. 

[5] Charles Purrier. born 20 Aug., 1S59; married, 
and has a son. born 10 Dec, 1S80 
[6] John Sayer, born 8 March, 1S67, 



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[7] Vicary Gibbs, born 9 May, lS6S. 
[8] Albinia Hawksley. 
[9] Emily Gibbs. 
[10] Ellen Daubeny. 

(6) Alfred, born 4 Aug., 1824 ; unmarried. 

(7) Eleanora, married 26 September, 1833, to Henry 
Norris, Esq., of Swalcliffe, Oxon., and has 2 sons and 

4 daughters. 

[1] Henry Crawley (Norris), of Chacombe House, 
Banbury, Oxon., J. P., major Oxfords, hussars, late 
capt. 8th hussars, A.D.C. to the Duke of Marl- 
borough, K.G., when Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 
1876-7; born 9 Feb., 1841 ; married 17 Jan., 1S67, 
Mary, daughter of Rt. Hon. Sir William Bovill, 
and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Henry Everard du Cane (Norris), born 27 April, 
1S69 ; John, born 17 April, 1870 ; Dorothy. 
[2] George Hugh, lieut. Oxfords, hussar yeo. cavly. 
barrister-at-law Inner Temple 1870, M.A. Exeter 
Coll., Oxon. ; born 26 June, 1843. 
[3] Ellen Hamilton (Norris). [4] Anne Henrietta. 
[5] Albinia Georgiana, married July, 1S63, to Rev. 
Henry Clark Powell, rector of Wylye, Wilts, since 
1S82, vicar of Stanton St. Bernard, 1S77-82, provost 
of Inverness cathedral. 
[6] Mary Elizabeth. 
[3] Charles Crawley, vicar of Hartpury, Glou., and hon. 
canon of Gloucester cathedral; born 28 Nov. 17S0; died 
17 Jan., 1S56, having married 30 Aug., 1S11, his cousin 
Catharina, daughter of Rev. Duke Yonge, of Cornwood, 
Devon (see preceding page), she died 2 Jan., 1857, 
having had 2 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Charles Yonge, B.A., minor canon of Gloucester 
cathedral, rector of Taynton, Glouc, 1864, M.A. 
Oriel Coll., Oxon., 1S48; born 2 Mar. 1813 ; died 

5 June, 1S76, having married 3 June. 1845, Harriet, 
only daughter of James Wintle, of Saintbridge, co. 
Gloucester, and has a son and daughter. 

[1] Charles James, born 2 Mar. 1850, married 

1SS0, Maude, daughter of Buck, Esq. 

[2] Harriet Maria, died 26 July, 1881 ; married 6 

April, 1875. t0 Oliver Henry Atkins Nicolls, lieut. - 

col. R.A., and has a son and daughter. 

Oliver Charles Crawley (Nicolls), born 3 June, 
1S7S ; Georgina Harriet, died 26 July, 1881. 

(2) George John Lloyd, curate of Bartley Green, 
Northfield, Worcestershire, B.A. Ch. Ch., Oxon., 
1S44; born 20 Feb., 1820; died unmarried S Nov., 1874. 

(3) Catherina Duke, married 28 July, 1S64, to Rev. 
Henry Low, M.A. 1845, fell. Exeter Coll., Oxon.; he 
died 18 Nov. following. 

(4) Charlotte Elizabeth, died unmarried 25 Nov. 1S64. 
(5j Mary, married 4 Oct. 1870, as second wife, to her 
cousin, Rev. Henry Crawley, rector of Stowe Nine 
Churches. 

(6) Anna Cordelia. 

(7) Augusta Boevey, married 30 Aug. i860, to John 
Duke Pode, Esq., of Slade, Devon, J. P., barrister-at- 
law Inner Temple, late fellow New Coll., Oxon. (see 
preceding page), and has three sons and a daughter. 

Ernest Duke Yonge (Pode), born 2 Aug. 1S62 ; Cyril 
Augustin, born 29 April 1866 ; Arthur Crawley, 
born 4 July, 1S70; Beatrice Catharina. 
[4] George Crawley, capt. R.N., born 23 Dec. 1781 ; 
died 5 March, 1810, having married Aug. 1S06, his 
cousin Charlotte, daughter of Rev. Duke Yonge, of Corn- 
wood, Devon ; she died S April, 1S36, having (re-married 
6 Jan., 1825, to Rev. Thomas Collier Jones, D.D., 
rector of Exeter Coll., Oxon., who died 7 Aug., 1838), 
had an only daughter, 

Georgiana, married 1 Jan., 1831, to late Rev. Hugh 
Poison, of Bourton-on-the-Water, and had 3 sons and 2 
daughters (see preceding page). 
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Coll., Oxon, 1S16 ; born 24 Dec. 1790; died 17 Dec. 
1S5S, having married 8 Oct. 1S2?, his cousin Charlotte, 
youngest daughter of Rev. Charles Crawley, LL.B. (see 
page 55S) ; she died 14 Dec. 1878, having had with 
other issue a son and three daughters. 

(1) William Savage, born 27 July, 1823; married 30 
April, 1S57, Clara Mary Ann, "daughter and coheir of 
John Dennil Mad dock, of Lescard Manor, Cheshire, 
and has had with other issue 5 sons and a daughter, 

William Evelyn Maddock, of Le Mars, Iowa, 
U.S A., born 20 Jan. 1859; John Dennil Mad- 
dock, born 20 Tan.. 1S61 ; Alured Geoffrey Maddock, 
of Iquique, Peru, born 4 Dec, 1863; Francis 
Herbert Maddock, born 20 March 1S65 ; Arthur 
Alain Maddock, boin 3 Aug. 1868 ; Clara Cecelia 
Maddock. 

(2) Charlotte Sybella, married 13 Sept. 1S49, to John 
Sayer, of Pett place, Charing, KVnt, barrister-at-law 
L.I., and has 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] John (Sayer), barrister-at-law L.I. 1875, born 3 

July, 1850. 

[2] George, born 7 Sept., 1853. 

[3] William, born 7 Nov., 1854. 

[4] Arthur, born 15 Aug. 1856. 

[5] Mary, married 1SS2, to Rev. John 

Robert Lawrence, M.A. Ch. Church, Oxon, 1S77, 

curate in charge of Moorlynch since 1882. 

[6] bibella Fanny. 
(3 Joanna Gibbs. (4) Margaret Susanna. 

[6] Susannah (Crawlev-Boevey), died unmarried 16 Sept., 
1851. 

[7] Katherine, died s.p. ; married as 2nd 

wife 2 Dec, 1822, to Rear-admiral Ballard, of Bath. 
[8] Eleanor, died Sept., 1802; married 11 June, 1801, 
to Rev. Richard Iremonger (son of Joshua Iremonger, 
Esq., of Wherwell, Hants) ; he died 31 May, 1819, 
having had an only son, 

Richard (Iremonger), born Sept , 1802. 
[9] Mary, died unmarried Sept., 1835. 
[10] Elizabeth, died unmarried 9 March, 1870. 
[11] Margaret, married 12 Jan., 1S20, as 1st wife to her 
cousin Tames Yonge, M.D., of Plymouth, who died 3 
Jan., 1870 (see p. 559). 

CIR THOMAS CRAWLEY-BOEVEY, 3rd 
baronet, born 28 Nov., 1769 ; died 10 Jan., 
1847, having married 28 Oct., 1807, Mary 
Albinia, daughter of Sir Thomas Hyde Page, 
Knt. ; she died 18 Feb., 1835, leaving a son and 
2 daughters. 

[1] Sir Martin Hyde Crawley-Boevey, succeeded 

as 4th baronet. 

[2] Albinia Anne, died 20 Jan. , 1850, having married 14 

Sept., 1S43, to her cousin Rev. George Barnston Daubeny, 

and had issue (see p. 776). 

[3] Matilda Blanche, married I Aug., 1839, to William 

Gibbs, of Tyntesfield, Somerset, who died (see p. 749). 



CIR MARTIN HYDECRAWLEY-BOEVEY, 
4th baronet, verderer of the Forest of Dean 
1847; capt. Glouc. yeomanry cavalry, and capt. 
12th Glouc. R.V. ; born 25 May, 1812; died 
14 Oct., 1S62, having married 9 June, 1836, 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Rev. George 
William Daubeny (see p. 776), and had 10 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

[I] Sir Thomas Hyde Crawley-Boevey, 5th and 

present baronet, first-named (see p. 557). 

[2] John, born I, died 29 July, 1S3S. 

[31 Francis Gibbs, born 15th Jan., 1S39 ; died, 6 Dec, 

1S66. 

[4] Walter Daubeny Crawley-Boevey, born 13 April, 

1841. 

[5] Edward Barnston Crawley-Boevey, lieut. R.A., born 

20 March, 1844; married 11 June, 1S84, Katherine, 

2nd daughter of late Rev. Henry Bolton Power, vicar 

of Bramley, Surrey. 

[6] Arthur William Crawley-Boevey, M.A. Balliol Coll., 

Oxon., 1SS0; barrister-at-law L.I. 1S6S; Bo.C.S. 1S68; 

bom 12 Aug., 1S45 ; married 16 Sept., 1873, Annie 

Maria, 2nd daughter of Gen. Sir Robert Phayre, K.C.B., 

A.D.C. to the Queen, and has a son, 

Martin, born 17 Sept., 1883. 
[7] Octavius Charles Crawley-Boevey, born 24 Nov., 
1S46; married 2 Sept., 1S71, Dona Maria de Marga, of 
Arequypa, Argentine Republic, and has had 3 sons and 
3 daughters. 

Santiago Charles, bom , 1872. 

Edward Maximo, bom , 1875. 

Alfred Martin, bom 26 April, 1S79 ; died 3 March 

following. 

Maria Margarita Elisa. Mary Isabel. Rose Agnes. 

Lilian Maud Antonia. 
[8] James Henry Crawley-Boevey, of Bombay, solicitor, 
bom 2 July, 1848 ; married at Bombay 7 Dec, 1S7S. 
Frances Georgina Hayes, youngest daughter of late Dr, 
Charles Hayes Newington, of Ticehurst, Sussex, and has 
2 sons and daughter, 

Charles Arthur, born 9 Dec, 1879; son, born 17 Sept., 

1884. 

May Frances, born 22 Sept., 1SS1. 
[9] Richard Lloyd Crawley-Boevey, M.A. University 
Coll., Oxon., 1S78; vicar of Flaxley 1SS3 ; curate of 
Haslingden, Manchester, 1SS1-3; curate of Kirkby, 
Liverpool, 1S76-S1 ; born 22 March, 1S52. 
[10] Antony P Crawley-Boevey, born 1854. 

[II] Martina Elizabeth, married 3 Sept., 1S6S, to Rev. 
William Cotton Risley, M.A. Exeter Coll., Oxon., 1S58 : 
rector of Shalstone, Bucks, since 1S7S ; vicar of 
Titley, Herefordshire, 1876 7, and has a son and 3 
daughters, 

Mirtin William Cotton (Risley), born r Tune, 1S69. 
Ethel Blanche. Mabel Alice. Evelyn Martina. 
[12] Sybella Mary. 



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•£- The « Descent * of ~^r 

Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 



BIooD Eagal 




of lEnglanti, 



Edward III., crowned i=j=Philippa, 3rd dau. of 
Feb., 1327, b. 13 Nov., I William, Count of Holland 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. I and Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 
1328, d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



E.lmund, Duke of York,=j=Isabel (1st wife), youngest 
K.G.,5thson, d.at Langley, dau. and co-heir of Peter, 
I Aug. 1402. I King of Castile, m. 1372. 

Constance of Langley.=j=Thomas, 6th Baron le 
Despencer, cr. Earl of Glou- 
cester, 1397, beheaded at 
I Bristol, 16 Jan. 1400. 



Isabel le Despencer, b. 26=fRichard Beauchamp, Lord 
July, 1400, m. 27 July 141 1, I Bergavenny (1st husband), 
d. 26 Dec. 1440. cr. Earl of Worcester 1420, 

d. 1422. 



Elizabeth Beauchamp, Ba-=j=Sir Edward Nevill, sum. 
roness Bergavenny, b. at 1 to pari, as Baron Berga- 
HanleyCasile,i6 Dec.1415, venny, 1450-72, d. 18 Oct. 
d. iS June, 1447 (1st wife). | 1476. 



Sir George Nevill, Lord=f=Margaret (1st wife), dau. 
Bergavenny, sum. to pari, and heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, 
1482-92, d. 20 Sept. 1492. I of Sculton, d. 28 Sept. 14S5. 



Sir Edward Nevill, of=f Eleanor, widow of Ralph, 
Addington Park, Kent, be- I 8th Lord Scrope, of Mas- 
headed on Tower Hill, 9 ham, dau. of Andrew, Lord 
Jan. 1538 9. I Windsor. 



• =Catherine=^Clement Throckmorton, of 



Royden (1st Nevill I Hanley, Warwickshire, 
husband). ^19 Oct. 



continued above 



A, 

continued from below. 

Catherine Nevill=j=Clement Throckmorton. 



Martha Throckmorton, bur. =j=George Lynne, of South- 
at Southwick,3oDec. 1600, I wick Hall, Northants, bur. 
aged 49. there 29 Nov. 161 7. 



George Lynne, of South-=pIsabel, sister of Sir Anthony 
wick Hall, d. 5 Nov. 1606. Forrest, of Morborn, Hunts, 
Knt. 



iallyseedy, co, Kerry, M.P. 
Tralee, 1 661. 



Robert Blennerha.-sctt f Avice, dau. and co-heir of 

Jenkh 

1663. 



I Jenkin Conway, d. Apr: 
I 1663 



Henry Blennerhassetl=j=Dorcas, dau. of Fr; 
I Crumpe, Esq., Killarn 



Robert Blennerhasscu-pFiances, dau. of Richard 
I Yeilding, Esq. , of Tralee. 



SirRowlandBlenneihassrtt,-=Meliccnt Agnes, dau. of 
cr. a baronet, 22 Sept. 1S09, Richard Yeilding, Esq., of 
d. 14 March, 1821, aged 8r. Rathkeale, co. Limerick. 



=Rosanna, only dau. of 
Arthur Blennerhassett, Esq., 
of Fortfield, m. 1790, d. 
4 Feb. 1828. 



Sir Robert Blennerha^ett,- 
2nd baronet, b. 26 Jan. 
1769, d. 21 Sept. 1831. 



Rowland d. 



Arthui=j=Sarah, dau.: 



unmarried. Blennerhass- I of John Ma- Randall, 

ett, 3rd bart. hony, m. 26 Highbui 

b. 30 July, I July, 1826, d. (2nd hu 

1794, d.Feb. I njuly,i866. band), m. 

1849. May, 185c 



Henry, of 
royal navy, 



1837. 



Robert, of=Sarah, dau. 
Mount Rivers of Alexander 
CO. Kerry, Eagar,M.D., 
b. 1797, d. m. 1838, d. 
1862. 1856. 



SirKowlandlilcnnerliasseU, Countess Charlotte, only 
4th baronet, b. 5 Sept., dau. of Count Charles de 
1839. Leyden, m. 9 June, 1870. 



Catherine, m. 
22May,lS22, 
toRev.Edw. 
Fitz Gerald 
Conyers, of 
Castle • town 
Conyers. =f= 
A 



Arthur Oharles 
Bernard, b. 1871. 



Rowland Lewi 
William Paul 
b. 1SS2. 



Marie Carola Franciska 
Roselyne. 



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"DLENNERHASSETT, Sir Rowland, of 
■*-' Churchtown, and Blennerville, co. Kerry, 
4th Baronet, m.p. co. Galway 1865-74, co. Kerry 

18S0 to Nov. 1885, J.P., D.L. J 17th IN DESCENT 

from Edward III ; born 5th September, 1839; 
married, 9th June, 1870, the Countess Charlotte, 
only daughter of late Charles, Count de Leyden, 
and has had 3 sons and a daughter. 

[11 Arthur Charles Bernard, born 14 April, 1S71. 

[2] Paul Charles William Roland Marmaduke, born 4 

D. c 1S77 ; died 25 Aug. following. 
[3] Rowland Lewis William Paul, born 6 Oct. 1SS2. 
[4] Marie Carola Fran iska Roselyne. 

Arms— Gu., a chevron erm. between three dolphins, embowed arg. 

Crest— a wolf sejant ppr. 

Motto — Fortes fortuna juvat. 

Seats— Churchtoun, m.tr kilLirney, and III clinM'. i lie, Tralee. 




The Descent of 

Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, Bart., m.p., 

from the 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, 1 
Feb., 1327; defeated the 
Scots at Halidon Hill, 
333. 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 




In 



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 1 1 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 five years 
(for further particulars, see Royal Lmeage, 
Foster's Peerage). The King died at Sheen, 
Surrey, 21 June, 1377, having had, with other 



T_7D^IUND of Langley, 5th son, born at 
*-"' King's Langley, Herts, 5 June, 1341 ; 
Lord of Tindale, K.G., Earl of Cambridge by 
charter 13N0V. 1362; constable of Dover Castle; 
warden of the Cinque Ports, 12 July, 1376; a 
commissioner during the tutelage of his nephew 
Richard II. ; commanded an army in Portugal 
in support of the claim of John of Gaunt to the 
throne of Castile, 1 381; created DukeofYork6 
Aug, 1 385 ; Warden of the kingdom during the 
King's absence in Ireland, 1394-5; died at 
Langley, 1 Aug. 1402, married 1st, 1372, 
Isabel, younger daughter and co-heir of Peter 
(the Cruel), King of Castile and Leon ; her will 
dated 6 Dec. (6 Rich. II.), 1382. The Duke 
married 2ndly, Joane, daughter of Thomas 
Holland, Earl of Kent; she re-married 1st, 
to William, Lord Willoughby of Eresby ; zndly, 
to Henry, Lord Scrope ; and lastly, to Henry 
Bromflete, Lord Vescy, for which marriage they had 
a pardon 14 Aug. 4 Hen. V. ; she died s. p. By 
his 1 st wife the Duke of York had with 2 sons 
an only daughter. 

CONSTANCE, marriedtotheill-fated Thomas, 
6th Baron Le Despencer, two years old 
at his father's death, had summons to parliament 
30 Nov. (20 Richard II.), 1396; and 18 July 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(»i Richard II.), 1397; in the latter year he 
obtained the reversal of the Act of Parliament, 
declaring his ancestors, Hugh 3rd and Hugh 
4th Barons, traitors. Created Earl of 
Gloucester, 29 Sept. 1397 (by virtue of his 
descent from Hugh le Despencer by his wife 
Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, 
Earl of Gloucester, by his wife, Joan of Acre, 
daughter of Edward I.); Richard II. granted him 
several manors, and he shared the misfortunes of 
that monarch, for he was degraded in the 1st 
Parliament of Henry IV. ; was captured at Bristol 
when attempting to escape from the kingdom, 
and beheaded by the rabble in the market-place 
16 Jan., 1400, had with other issue a daughter. 

"ISABEL LE DESPENCER, sister and 
-*■ eventually (1414) sole heir of Richard Le 
Despencer; born (posthumous) at Cardiff, 26 July. 
1400; died 26 Dec, 1440; made her will 1 
Dec, 1439, proved 4 Feb., 1439-40; to be 
buried at Tewkesbury; she married 1st, "on 
he day of the Seven Sleepers," 27 July, 1411, to 
Richard Beauchamp, Lord Bergavenny, though 
his name does not appear among the barons of 
Parliament in 141 7 and 141 9; created Earl of 
Worcester 1420 (son of William, Lord Beau 
champ de Bergavenny by his wife Joane 
daughter of Richard, and co-heir of her brother 
Thomas, Earls of Arundel); he died 1422, 
being mortally wounded at Meaux, in France ; 
buried at Tewkesbury ; she re-married to her 
husband's cousin, Richard Beauchamp, 5th Earl 
of Warwick, K.G., by whom she also had issue ; 
he died 30 April, 1438 ; by her 1st husband, the 
Earl of Worcester, she had an only daughter, 

pLIZABETH BEAUCHAMP, Baroness 
Bergavenny, or Baroness Beauchamp of 
Bergavenny; born at Hanley Castle, co. Wor- 
cester, 16 Dec. 1415; died iS June, 1447; 
buried at the Carmelites, Coventry; married 
before 1426, as 1st wife, to Sir Edward Neville 
(6th son of Ralph, 1st Earl of Westmorland, 
though 4th son by his 2nd wife, Joan Beaufort 
daughter of John of Gaunt) ; had livery with 
his wife of the lands, but not of the castle of Ber- 
gavenny, 14 Henry VI. ; knighted by John, Duke 
of Bedford, at Leicester, Whitsuntide, 4 Henry 
"VI, with his brothers, William and George 



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Nevill (Lord Latimer), and the king himself; 
had summons to parliament as a baron from 5 
Sept. (29 Henry VI.), 1450, to 19 Aug. (12 
Edward IV.), 1472 ; in 10 Edward IV. he was a 
commissioner of array for Kent to oppose the 
Duke of Clarence and the Earl of Warwick ; he 
married 2ndly (dispensation 15 Oct., 1448). 
Catherine Howard, sister of John, first Duke of 
Norfolk (see vol. i. page 5); and died 18 Oct., 
1476, leaving by his first wife, with other issue, 
a son. 

C IR GEORGE NEVILL. Lord Bergavenny ; 
^ had livery of the lands of his father and 
mother, 12 Jan. (16 Edward IV.), 1476-7; one 
of the barons at the coronation of Richard III. ; 
served in the wars in France ; knighted for his 
services at the battle of Tewkesbury by Edward 
IV. at Barton, 9 May, 147 1 ; had summons to 
parliament 15 Nov., 14S2, to 12 Aug., 1492; 
born at Raby Castle, co. Durham, 1440; died 
20 Sept., 1492 ; buried at Lewes Priory, Sussex; 
will dated 1 July, 1491 ; proved 1492 (see Tes- 
tamenta Vetusla, page 406) ; he married 1st, Mar- 
garet, daughter and heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, of 
Sculton Burdeleys, Norfolk, and of Braintree, 
Essex, treasurer of the household to Henry VI. ; 
she died 28 Sept., 1485. His widow, Elizabeth, 
made her will 14 April (proved 19 June), 1500 
describing herself as of Berghdenne, parish of 
Chartham, Kent, widow, and naming her 4 
husbands ; her 2nd was Richard Naylor, citizen 
of London, her 3rd Robert Bassett, and her last 
husband John Stokker, Lord Bergavenny had 
by his 1 st wife with 3 daughters 5 sons. 

[1] George, succeeded as 3rd Lord Bergavenny. 

[2] William, died s. p. 

[3] Sir Edward Nevill, of Addington Park, of whom 

presently. 

[4] Sir Thomas, of Mereworth, Kent, speaker of the 

House of Commons, 1514-23 ; died 29 May, 1542, leaving 

a daughter. 

[5] Sir John, a knight of Rhodes. 

CIR EDWARD NEVILL, of Addington Park, 
*** Kent, knight banneret for his bravery at the 
siege of Therouenne, 5 Hen. VIII. ; one of the 
commanders of the forces under the Duke of 
Suffolk intheexpedition to France, 1 5 Hen. VIII. ; 
a gentleman of the bedchamber at the christen- 
ing of Prince Edward, 15 Oct., 1537 ; but on 
3 Nov. in the following year he was imprisoned 



The Descendants of the Kings of Ertgland. 



in the Tower, and 3 Jan. indicted for " devising 
to maintain, promote and advance one Reginald 
Pole, late dean of Exeter, enemy to the king 
beyond the sea, and to deprive the king," was 
attainted and beheaded on Tower Hill 9th of 
same month, 1538-9; married Eleanor, widow 
of Ralph, 8th Lord Scrope, of Masham, daughter 
of Andrew, Lord Windsor, and had with 3 sons 
4 daughters, of whom the eldest, viz. : — 



/CATHERINE, married istly to 

^-" Royden, and, 2ndly, to Clement Throck- 
morton, of Haseley, Warwick, sewer to the 
Queen temp. Henry VIII. ; a commander at the 
siege of Boulogne, 1544 (son of Sir George 
Throckmorton, co. Warwick, by Katherine 
Vaux, also of royal descent) ; he died 19 Oct., 
1594 (? 18 Oct., 1599), having had 6 sons and 
7 daughters. 

[I] Job (Throckmorton), of Haseley, supposed author of 
" Sir Martin Mar Prelate " ; born 2S Jan., 1545 ; by his 
wife Dorothea, daughter of Thomas Vernon, of Hound- 
hill, Salop, he had, with other issue, a son, Sir Clement, 
knight of the shire for the county of Warwick temp. Eliz., 
Jas I. and Chas. I., grandfather of Sir Clement, M.P. 
Warwick, 1661, &c. 

[2] Edward, born 31 May, 1542. 

[3] Henry, born 9 Feb., 1552. 

[4] Kenelm, born 25 May, 1557, 

[5] Josiah, born 10 June, 155S. 

[6] Clement, of Ansley, co. Warwick, born 20 Dec, 

1 56 1 ; married Elizabeth Ludford, widow, daughter of 

— Harcourt, of Staffordshire, and had a son and 3 

daughters. 

[7] Frances, married to Henry Medley, of Titley, Isle of 

Wight. 

[8] Katherine, married 1st to Thomas Harby, of Adston, 

Northants ; she re-married to George Dryden ; and lastly, 

to John Wilmer, of Throwley. 

[9] Amphelice, born 22 June, 1544. 

[10] Martha, married to George Lynne, of Southwick, 

Northants ; of whom presently. 

[II] Ursula, born 19 Nov., 1555; married to Thomas 
Bigges, ofLenchwike. co. Wore. 

[12] Susanni (Throckmorton). 

[13] Mary, born 21 Sept., 1563; married to Giles Foster, 

of Bois, co. Glouc. 

TV/TART HA THROCKMORTON (4th 
*■**■ daughter of Clement, above named), 
buried at Southwick 30 Dec, 1600, aged 49 ; 
married to George Lynne, of Southwick Hall, 
Northants (son and heir of George Lynne, of 
Southwick, by his wife Amicia, daughter of Sir 
Edward Montagu, lord chief justice of England, 
ancestor of the Duke of Manchester ; see 
Foster's Peerage) ; he was buried at Southwick 
29 Nov., 16 1 7, having had at least 4 sons and 9 
daughters. 



1] George Lynne, of whom presently. 

2] Fitzwilliam, vicar of Southwick, 1599. 

3] Guy. 

4] Walter, vicar of Moulton, co. Line, where he was 
buried s.p. 15 March, 163S-9 ; made his will 3 Oct., 
163S, proved by Lydia his wife II May, 1639. 
[5] Alice, married to George Sandford, of Bassetts in 
Willinghall, Essex, and had 6 sons and 2 daughters, viz.: 
George, Robert, Edmond, Arthur, Thomas, William, 
Alice, and another daughter named Matthew. 
[6] Anne, married to Nicholas Bestow, of Holton-le- 
Moor, co. Line, who was buried in the chapel there 18 
Sept., 1653, leaving issue. 

[7] (daughter), married to Holland, 

of Lancashire. 

[8] Margaret, married to John Fosbrook, of Cranford, 
Northants, and had issue. 

[9] Mary, married to Edward Lisle, of Yarwell, Northants 
(son of Reginald Lisle, of Moxhull Hall, Warwickshire). 
[10] Jane, baptised at Southwick 5 Dec, 1592 ; married 
there 11 Feb., 1617-1S, to Martin Johnson, of Spalding, 
Lincolnshire, gent., and had issue. 

[11] (daughter), married Stemrode. 

[12] (daughter), married to Rev. John 

Cranford, vicar in 1609 of Cranford, Northants. 
[13] Elizabeth, married to Edward Pickering, of Aulk- 
mondbury, Hunts, and had a son, Edward, who was dead 
in 1613. 

f~* EORGE LYNNE, of Southwick Hall, died 
^-* 5, buried in Southwick church 6 Nov., 
1606; inquisition post mortem 26 August, 5 
James I.; he married Isabella, daughter of 
Myles and sister of Sir Anthony Forrest, of Mor- 
born, Hunts, Knt., where she was baptised 26 
July, 1575 ; had 4 sons and 6 daughters. 

[1] George (Lynne), of whom see p. 66;. 
[2] William died before 4 March, 1669-70 ; married 
at St. Bartholomew the Great, London, 24 May. 1631, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Anthony Whetenhall, of Tenterden, 
Kent, and had at least 5 sons. 

[3] Clement, a soldier in the Low Countries, where he 
died. 

[4] Miles, died young. 

[5] Frances, died unmarried. [6] Anne, died unmarried. 
[7] Isabella, died unmarried. 

[8] Martha, married to John Blennerhassett, of Bally- 
seedy, co. Kerry, named below. 

[9] Cordelia, married to Rev. William Hardwick, vicar 
in 1619 of Swineshead, and in 1631 of Bicker, both in 
Lincolnshire. 

[10] Anne, married to Rev. George Kirkham, vicar in 
1 63 1 of Bicker aforesaid ; he died 1636. 

TV /I ARTHA (daughter of George Lynne 
■*■*'* aforesaid), married to John Blenner- 
hassett, Esq, of Ballyseedy, co. Kerry; M.P. 
Tralee, 1661; (eldest son of Robert Blenner- 
hassett, Esq., of Ballycarty, and his wife Elizabeth 
Conway); he made his will 18 Oct., 1675, 
proved 14 Sept., 1676, and had 3 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] John (Blennerhassett), of Ballyseedy, M.P. Tralee, 
Dingle, and co. Kerry ; h gh sheriff, 165S ; his will 



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11 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



proved 1667 ; married Elizabeth, daughter of 

Sir Edward Denny, Knt. , of Tralee ; she was born 25 
Feb., 1635, and had 2 sons and a daughter (see p.691). 
[2] Robert, of whom presently. 

[3] Thomas, of Littur. co. Kerry, made his will 
8 June 1695, married Ellen, daughter of Anthony 
Stoughton, of Raito >, co. Kerry, clerk of the court of 
Castle Chamber (by his wife Honora, daughter of Dermot 
O'Brien, Lord Inchiquin), and had 6 daughters (see 
Ravmond Tedigree, p.639). 

[4] Mary (Blennerhassett). married to Capt Thomas 
Wren, of Littur, co. Kerry, and had a son (ancestor of 
the family still seated there) ; and a daughter Martha, 
married to William Fitz Gerald. 

[5] Alice, married to Edmond Conway, of Cloghane (son 
of Capt. James Conway, of Cattle Conway, co. Kerry, 
by Elizabeth, daughter and sole heir of Edmond Roe, by 
his wife, Alice, daughter of Jenkin Conway), and had 
a son. 

James Conway, of Cloghane, married, 1st, Catherine, 
daughter of Patrick Fitzgerald, of Gallerus, son of the 
Knight of Kerry (see p. 213) ; he married, 2nd, 
Honora, daughter of Rev. Vere Hunt, by his wife, 
Constance, daughter of Sir William Piers, of Trister- 
nagh, co. Westmeath, 2nd Bart.) ; by his 1st wife he 
had an only daughter, 

Alice Conw r ay, married, as 1st wife, to Col. John 
Colthurst, of Ballynally, and had 3 sons and 2 
daughters (see page 715). 
6] Lucy, married to John Walker, alicut. in the English 
army, 1641, and had a daughter, 

Martha Walker, married, about 1680, to Thomas 
Shiercliffe, of Castle Gregory, and died 1683, leaving 
2 daughters. 

(1) Alice (Shiercliffe), married to Edward Rice, and 
had 4 daughters. 

[1] Christian (Rice), married to Edward Conway, 

and had an only surviving child, 

Mary Rice, died 15 July, 1S25; married 18 May, 
17S4, to John Hurly, Esq., clerk of the crown and 
peace for Kerry; he died 26 Nov., 1829, leaving 

[2]' AHce. 

T3] Mary, married to Richard, youngest son of 
Henry Blennerhas-ett, and had issue (see next page). 
[4] Martha (Rice) 

(2) Martha (Shiercliffe), of Moyalla, co. Cork. 

DOBERT BLENNERHASSETT (son of 
John Blennerhassett and Martha Lynne), 
married Avice, daughter and co-heir of Jenkin 
or Edward Conway, of Killorglin or Castle 
Conway, co. Kerry, with whom he acquired the 
greater part of the estates granted to John 
Conway; she died April, 1663, having had 3 
sons and 5 daughters. 

[1] John Blennerhassett, of Castle Conway, co. Kerry, 
(Captain) known as "Black Jack," married Elizabeth, 
3rd daughter of Rev. Benjamin Cross, D.D., BlackhaU, 
Oxford, rector of Christ Church, Cork, and of Spettisbury 
Dorset; she died 22 March, 1732, aged 63, having had 6 
sons and 4 daughters (see page 593A 
2] Thomas (Blennerhassett), married Jane Darby, of 
Wales, and had 3 sons and 4 daughters (see page589). 
\i\ Henry, of whom presently. 

14] Catherine, married 1st. to Richard, son of Capt. 
Richard McLoughin, of Bally Downey, and had 2 
daughters (see pageoool ; she re-married to John Conway, 
and had a daughter. 



1S02, proved 25 
Dec, 175S) to 
irhassett, named 



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Mildred (Conway), married , to Thomas 

Jeffcott, of Tonarigh, and had issue. 
[5] Avice, married to 1 homas, son of Captain Thomas 
Spring, of Ballycr spin, co, Keiry, and had 4 sons and 4 
daughters (see page592). 

[6] Alice, married to Walter, brother of Capt. 

Thomas Spring aforesaid, and had a son and 4 daughters. 

(1) Thomas (Spring), married Anne Fbz- 
Maurice, Duaghnafealy, and had William and 
Thomas, 1732. 

(2) Avice, married to Thomas, 3rd son of John B!en- 
nerhasseit, of Ballyseedy, and bad 3 sons (see p 692). 

(3) Anne, married to Rev. Thomas 
Frankland, prebendary of Cloyne. 

(4) Martha, married to Capt. John 
Thwaite, of Cumberland. 

(5) Jane (Spring), marr ed 1st, 6 Nov., 1729, toThomas 
Eagar, of Ballyhar, and had 3 sons and 4 daughters 
(see p. 592 ) ; 2nd, to Brewster, and 3rd, to 
William Dunscombe, of Cork 

[7] Lucy (Blennerhasset), married to John Plaguavan, a 
Frenchman, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) John Plaguavan, of Cork, married Elizabeth Laird, 
or Lane, of Cork ; she rmhe her will 18 Dec, 1760, 
proved 27 April, 1771, and had at least 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

John. Henry, born 20th June, 1736, Mary and 
Lucy. 

(2) George. 

(3) Jane (Plaguavan), made her will 11 Jan., 17S1, 
"proved 23 January following, buried in St. Peter's, 

Dublin ; she married , to John Poujade, 

a Frenchman, and had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] John Poujade. 

[2] Mary, made her will I Ja: 

May, 1803 ; married (deed : 

Henry, 2nd son of Samuel Bli 

[3] Avice (Poujade. 

(4) Avice (Plaguavan). 

[8] Anne, married to Dennis Hurly, of Knocklong, co. 
Limerick, and had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

LJENRY BLENNERHASSETT, married 
Dorcas, daughter of Francis Crumpe, Esq. 
of Killarney (by his wife Dorcas, 2nd diughter 
of Robert Orpen, Esq.), and had 7 sons and 4 
daughters. 

[la] Arthur (Blennerhassett), a doctor of the Sorbonne 
in France. 

[2 ] John. [3a] William. 

[4,;] "Robert, of whom see page 572. 
[5.;] Samuel ( Blennerhassett), married Catherine, 

daughter of Ven. Maurice Connor, Archdeacon of Ardfert, 
(see page 722), and had 4 sons and 3 daughters (b I 
[U-ja) Thomas, died s.p. fa ' J 

(2#-j-a) Henry (Blennerhassett), of Dublin, solicitor, 
married (deed 21 Dec, 1758), Mary, daughter of John 
Poujade, Esq., named above, made her will 1 Jan., 
1802, proved 25 May, 1803, she had 2 sons and 3 
daughters (c). 

[lc-26] John Henry Blennerhassett, of Tralee ; died 
15 Aug., 184IJ married 1st. Elizabeth, daughter of 
John O'Connell, of Kiltannon, near Rathkeale, and 
had 1 son and 3 daughters (d). 
{ld-jc) Henry, died unmarried. 
(2d-/r) Catherine, died unmarried. 
[3d ic) Mary, died unmarried. 
(4J-ic) Anne, married 1S22, as 1st wife, to Row- 
land Tallis Eagar, Esq. (see p. 573). 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



John Henry Blennerhassett, married 2nd, 
1818, Veronica, daughter of Robert Montgomery, 
Esq., of co. Down ; she died in Tralee, , 1S2S, 

having had 5 daughters (d). 

(5J-ic) Veronica Montgomerie, married 15 Sept., 

1S40, to John Grey Porter Atthill, LL.D , late 

Chief Justice St. Lucia, and of Kingstown, 

barrister-at-law, and had 2 sons and 6 daughters. 

[1] William Eyre Blennerhassett (Atthill), M. 1 >., 

born 14 April, 1848 ; married 9 July, 1872, 

Augusta Jane Vine, daughter of late E. 

Edmonds, J.P., D.L., Wilts, and has 

[2] Robert Maunsell Eyre (Atthill), born 15 

Nov., 1S53 ; married 6 Feb., 1878. Agnes Sarah, 

3rd daughter of late Alfred Parker. Esq., and 

has a son and daughter, 

Robert Blennerhassett (Atthill), born 2 Dec , 
1SS0. 

Agnes Isabel Blennerhassett. 
[3] Veronica Mont 'omerie, married 

, to Capt. William Alexander Russwurm. 
[4] Henrietta Margaret Eyre, married 

, to Frederick Arthur Selwyn. 
[5] Emilie Gertrude, married to C. de Giraudy. 
[6] Isabel Blennerhassett, married 

, to C. Birch, Esq. 
[7] Laura Adela Herbert (Atthill), youngest 
daughter, married 1st, to Ernest 

Francis Hercules Rickard ; she re-married 14 
Jan., 1SS0, to Richard Copeland, of Croydon. 
[8] Helena Grace, died 3 Feb., 1SS3. 
(<od-ic) Henrietta, died Dec, 1883 ; married 
July, 1S44, to George Newenham Woolley, Esq., 
of Buckden, Hunts, and had a son, George, of 
Leicester, and a daughter, deceased. 
(td-ic) Elizabeth, married 6 Sept., 1842, to Hon. 
John Thicknesse-Touchet (brother of George, 23rd 
Lord Audley, see Foster's Peerage) ; he died 21 
July, 1S61, having had one son and 4 daughters. 
[1] George Tohn (Thicknesse-Touchet), born 27 
April, 1S47"; died 11 Nov., 1866. 
[2] Elizabeth. 

[3] Maria Jane, died 15 Feb., 1S67. 
[4] Charlotte Anna, married 16 June, 1875, to 
Thomas Jesson, Esq., of Great Houghton 
House, near Northampton, and has 2 sons and 
2 daughters, 
Thomas Touchet (Jesson), born 17 July, 1S79 ; 
George Arthur Touchet, born 31 May, 1SS5 ; 
Gertrude Anne, Dorothy Charlotte. 
[5] Dorothea Susan, married 24 Jan., 1S78, as 
2nd wife, to Rev. and Hon. Charles Samuel 
Twisleton (see Foster's Peerage, B. Save and 
Sele), p. 
fid-ic) Anna Sarah, married 30 Oct., 1843, to 
Francis Green Tincler, of Dublin, solicitor ; he died 
17 June, 1877, having had 4 sons and a daughter. 
[1] George Samuel Eoxwell (Tincler), of Dub- 
lin, solicitor, born 16 Aug., 1846 ; married 

1S73, Eva, daughter of late Capt. Chas. 
Kirkwood, R. N., of Barira, co. Mayo, and 
has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

George Blennerhas-ett (Tincler), born 11 
March, 1875 ! Charles Knox Kirkwood, born 
5 Oct., 1SS0 ; Ida Emyly ; Eva Mabel. 
[2] Blennerhassett Montgomery (Blennerhassett), 
assumed that surname in lieu of his patronymic, 
1829, surgeon-major Army Medical Department; 
born 18 Nov., 1S49; married April, 1S75, Ger- 
trude Harcouit, daughter of Capt. R. Wilcox, 
R.N., of Kingstown, co. Dublin ; she died 
April, 1S78, leaving a daughter, 
"Venice Maud (Blennerhassett), born 6 April, 
1S76. 



[3] Charles Lewis (Blennerhassett). also assumed 
that surname in lieu of his patronymic, 1883; 
born 5 Oct., 1S52 ; married 3 Feb., 1883 [Cathe- 
rine Elizabeth, daughter of William Paxton, 
Esq., of Palmeira-square, Brighton. 
[4] Ernest Blennerhassett (Tincler), also assumed 
that surname in lieu of his patronymic, 18S5, 
lieut. K. Enniskillen (27th) Fusiliers, born 29 
June, 1S63. 

[5] Louise Agnes (Tincler), born 7 Aug., 1S44; 
married, 1st, Nov. 1S66, to Gordon Archdall, 
M D.; she re-married to John Adolphe Poirey, 

(§J-it ) Jemima, died unmarried. 
\Zc-2li] Edward Francis, died unmarried. 
[Sc-'b] Mary, died 28 Dec., 1S59, aged 95; married 
(lie. 30 April, 1791) to Capt. Thomas Blennerhassett, 
who died in Brussels 1S25, leaving issue, see p. 593a. 
[4i-j>/>] Jane (Mrs. Armstrong) had adaughter, Mary. 
\5c-2b] Charlotte, died 6 Feb., 1S47 ; married 
1793, to Rowland Eagar, J. P.. collector of Excise ; 
he died, s.p., 5 Dec, 1S30 (see page 573). 
(36-Sa) Tohn ; (44-j-a) William. 
(5b-ja) Frances, married to Daniel McCarthy, Esq. 
(6p-ja) Mary. 

(Tb-ja) Annie, died s.p. ; married, 1st, as 2nd wife to 
John Hoare, Esq., of Ccolfada, co. Cork, and of 
Dromcare, co. Kerry (she re-married, 1st, to Tohn 
Blennerhassett, ofRo-sbeigh (see page 742), and, lastly, 
to John Moore Eagar) (see page 592). 
[6a] Edward (Blennerhassett). 

[7a] Richard (Blennerhassett), of Ballymacprior, co. 
Kerry, married June, 1780, Hon. Elizabeth de Moleyns, 
daughter of Thomas, 1st Lord Ventry (see page 664) ; she 
died 29 Oct., 1S44, having had 3 sons and 5 daughters (e) 
(l--7a) Henry (Blennerhassett), M.D., born 1783 ; died 
1S61 ; married Anne Bell, a Scotch lady ; she died 
1S52, hiving had II sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] William, died unmarried. 
[2] Richard, M.D., died unmarried. 
[3] Henry, and [4J Thomas, both died young. 
[5] Thomas ( Blennerhassett), of Laune Mount, Kil- 
lorglin; born 10 Sept., 1821 ; married Feb.. 
1866, his cousin Eliza, daughter of Thomas Barry; 
she died s.p. 1S72 (see next page). 
[6] Rowland, M.D., born ; died 

, 1877 ; married Maria, sister of Capt. Henry 
Haire, of the F'ermanagh militia (she re-married), 
and had three sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Hamilton. (2) Thomas, died at school, 1SS1. 
(3) Townsend. (4) Rhoda Charlotte, died 1SS3, 
aged 15. (5) Harriet. 
[7] Aremberg (Blennerhassett), now in America, 
married Elizabeth, sister of Capt. Henry Haire, and 
has issue. [8] Henry, died young. 

[9] Townsend (Blenneriiassett). of Ballymacprior, 
Killorglin, capt. Kerry mil., born II Feb., 1829; 
drortned in Castlemain Bay, 20 June, 1S67, in at- 
tempting to save the life of a boatman ; married 
Sept., 1S54, Catherine, daughter of Alexander 
Eager, M.D. (see page 574) ; she died June, 1S73, 
leaving a daughter, 

Annabella Charlotte (Blciineiha^eit), died 1 July. 
1SS2 ; married 14 April, 1SS0, to Edward Abram 
McGillycuddy, Esq., (see p. 62S), and had a son, 



Townsend 
27 July, I 
[10] Edward I 
1838; died .1 
married 13 Fe 
Samuel Alleyr 
has 2 sons, 



ilennerhas-,ett (Ma .illycuddy), born 

ennerhassett), M.D., born 24 Tune, 
Valentia Island, 24 March, 1S74 : 
, iJ 2, I herry Greene, 'laughter of 



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34 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[11] Frederick, [12] Elizabeth, and [13] Elizabeth, 
all died young. 

[14] Charlotte, died 20 June, 1872, aged 41. 
[15] Maria, died young. 
(Zc-ya) Arthur Thomas 1 Blennerhassett), of Ballymac- 
prior, co. Kerry; married Nov., 1829, Sarah 

daughter of Hon. Richard de Moleyns (Baron 
VENTRV,seepage66i\andhad 3 sons and4daughteis. 
ril Richard iBlennerhasseit), M.D. ; 

; died 1S6S ; married Elizabeth, daughter of 
Capt. Wilberforce Bird, R.N., uncle of the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, and had, with a son, died 
young, a daughter, Lucy. 

[2] Henry, died young. [3] William, in the army. 
[4] Madeline, died unmarried. 

[5] Eliza Jane, married April, 1S62, to Capt. 
Robert Rowland Conyers (2nd son of Rev. Edward 
Fitzgerald Conyers, see page 575), and had 4 sons, 
(1) Edward. (2) Robert. 

(3) Alured. (4) Frederick William. 

[6] Charlotte, married 1st to Capt. Henry Haire, 
of the Fermanagh militia, he died s.p. ; she re-married 
to Francis, eldest son of Francis Spring Walker, of 
Limerick, both dead s.p. (see below). 
[7] Evelyn Florence, married 16 July, 1872, to 
William de Moleyns, eldest son of Rev. William de 
Moleyns (see page 662), and has 3 sons and a daughter. 
(ik-73) Townsend, died unmarried. 
(4e-7<2) Elizabeth, died 21 Dec, 1S57 ; married 

, to William, son of Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 
1st Bart. ; he died 1S42, having had 2 sons and 

2 daughters (see page 575). 

(5e--/a) Theodora, married 1824, to Edward Supple 
Eagar, Esq., and had 6 daughters (of whom (5) 
Louisa married as 3rd wife to Richard Ellis, of Glenas- 
crone, see page 601). 

{<ae-ya) Charlotte, married , to Thomas 

Barry, Esq., and had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Thomas (Barry) died unmarried, 1841. 

[2] James, died unmarried 1873. 

[3] Henry, died young. [4] Richard, went abroad. 

[5] Eliza, died s.p., 1872 ; married Feb., i860, 

to her cousin, Thomas Blennerhassett (see preceding 

P 3 ge)- 

[6] Jane, married to Christopher, 2nd son of James 

Royse Yeilding, Esq., and died in America (see 

page 572). 

[7] Charlotte, married, 1st, to her cousin, John 

Walker, Esq. (see below) ; and 2ndly, to William, 

son of Francis Spring of Castlemaine, who had no 

(7^-70) Mary, died 6 April, 1872, aged 83 ; married 

, to Francis Walker, of Lahern ; he died 22 

Dec, 1848 ; having had a son and 4 daughters. 
[1] John Walker, born 181 1 ; married 
his cousin Charlotte, daughter of Thomas Barry 
aforesaid (she remarried to William, son of Francis 
Spring), and had 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Francis (Walker), married Kate, daughter of 
Edward Spring, and has 3 sons ; Francis, Walter, 
and Barry. 

(2) Thomas, in India. (3) John. (4) Charlotte. 
[2] Eliza, died 30 Nov., 1877; married 21 July, 
1827, to Francis Spring Walker, of Belville, co. 
Limerick, he died 5 June, 1S65, having had 2 sons 
and a daughter. 

(1) Francis Walker, married his cousin, Charlotte 
Haire, nee Blennerhassett, both died s.p. (see 
above). 

(2) Ansier FitzGerald Walker, M.D., born 7 
June, 1S42; married 29 Jan., 1873; Margaret, 
daughter of Dr. John 1'eppard (see page 573), and 



Spring (Walker), born 6 Jan. 1876. 



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(3) Helen Mary, married 1859, to James 

Grady FitzGerald Conyers, Esq., Liskennet, near 
Croome, co. Limerick (see page 575). 
[3] Arabella, unmarried. 

[4] Charlotte, married 1st, to John Upton, of Ash- 
grove, co. Limerick, and 2ndly, to Stephen Brazil, 
by whom 2 children. 
[5] Maria (Walker) unmarried. 
(8c-7a) Arabella (Blennerhassett), born 1797 ; 

died July 1S75 ; married 1st, 3 April, 1825, to Lieut.- 
col. Frederic Jones, he died May, 1832; she re-married 
1841, to Major Hartley ; by her 1st hus- 
band she had a son and daughter. 
[1] Edward Kent (Jones) major in the army, born 
I March, 1829, died July 1S77 ; married 
[2] Elizabeth, born 3 Jan., 1826. 
[8a] Dorcas(Blennerhassett), mar.to John Godfrey, ofBal- 
lingamboon. co. Kerry, and had a son and 3 daughters (/). 
(If-Sa) William (Godfrey), married Henrietta Braba- 
zon Eccleston, of Drogheda, nd had 3 sons and 2 
daughters ; his 3rd son, Henry, was father of John 
Blennerhassett Godfrey, M.D. 

(2/Sa) Dorcas (Godfrey), married to Robert Twiss, 
Esq., of Killintierna, co. Kerry, who died 29 Jan., 
1 77 1, having had a son and 2 daughters. 
[1] George (Twiss), married Honoria Meredith (see 
page 512). 

[2] Catherine (Twiss), marned _ to 

William Hilliard, Esq., son of Christopher Hilliard, 
of Knockeanish, or " the Barn," and died s.p. 
[3] Avice, married to Thomas Marshall, ol Riverville. 
(3/Sa) Mary (Godfrey), 3rd daughter, married to A. 
Spring, Esq. 

(if-Sa) Avicia (Godfrey), 2nd daughter, married to 
Will. am Twiss, of Ballybeg, brother of Robert Twiss, 
Esq., of Killintierna, and had, with other issue, a son 
and 4 daughters (g). 

Wg'4f\ William (Twiss), married his first cousin Hen- 
rietta, daughter of William Godfrey, above-named, 
and had at least 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
[2g-jf] Catherine (Twiss), married to David Fitz- 
Gerald, of Ardrival, co. Kerry, Esq., and had a 
son, William, of Ardrival, barrister-at-law. 
[Sg-4/] Dorcas (Twiss), married 22 Jan. 1782, to 
Caleb Palmer, of Kenmare, co. Kerry, who died 25 
March, 1794, having had 5 sons and 3 daughters (h). 
{Vi-Jg) Abraham (Palmer), of Dublin and of Ash 
grove, co. Kerry ; born 10 Dec, 17S2 ; died 

i860; married 1S05, Margaret, eldest 

daughter of Major Edward Orpen, of Killowen, 
co. Kerry ; she died having had 

6 sons and 3 daughters (i). 

[U-ih] Edward Orpen (Palmer), of Ashgrove, 
and of Killowen, co. Kerry; born I May, 1807; 
died 13 May, 1SS3; married at Killintierna 5 
Oct., 1S41, Elizabeth Agnes, 3rd daughter of 
Capt. Robert Hutchinson Herbert, R.N., of 
Lakeview, Killarney (see page 770), and had 2 
sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Abraham Henry Herbert (Palmer), vicar 
of St. Peter's, Cheltenham, B.A. Trin. Coll., 
Dublin, 1S65 ; born 29 Jan., 1843 ; married 
2S Oct., 1872, Eveline Cecilia, 3rd daughter 
of Evory Carmichael, Esq., of Monktown, 
co. Durham, and has 4 sons, 

Edward Orpen Herbert (Palmer), bom 8 
Nov., 1873 ; Harold Bland Herbert, born 
8 Sept., 1876 ; Reginald Arthur Herbert, 
born 26 Dec, 1877 ; Geoffrey de Montmo- 
rency Herbert, bom 1 Mar., 1S83. 

(2) Robert, died young. (3) Elizabeth Agnes. 
(4) Margaret Dorcas. (5) Agnes Laura. 

[to-ih] Caleb Richard (Palmer), of Ashbrook, 
Raheny, co. Dublin, and of Fusthane, co. 



•£~ The * Descent $ of -^ 



25 



Rev. Abram Smythe Palmer, B.A, 



Ufooti llouai 




jf IZnglanti. 



Edward III., crowned i=pPhilippa, 3rd dau. of 
Feb., 1327, b. 13 Nov., I William, Count of Holland 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. I and Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 
132S, d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Edmund, Duke of York,=j=Isabel (1st wife), youngest 
K.G.,5thson, d. atLangley, j dau. and co-heir of Peter, 
I Aug. 1402. I King of Castile, m. 1372. 



Constance of Langley.=f Thomas, 6th Baron le 
I Despencer, cr. Earl of Glou- 
cester, 1397, beheaded at 
Bristol, 16 Jan. 1400, 



Isabel le Despencer, b. 26=j 


= Richard Beauchamp, Lore 


July, 1400, m. 27 July 1411, 


Bergavenny (1st husband), 


d. 26 Dec. 1440. 


cr. Earl of Worcester 1420, 




d. 1422. 



Elizabeth Beauchamp, Ba-=j=Sir Edward Nevil 
toness Bergavenny, b. at I to pari, as Baron 
HanleyCasile,i6 Dec.1415, venny, 1450-72, d. 
d. iS June, 1447 ( 1st wife). 1476. 



, sum. 
Berga- 
[8 Oct. 



Sir George Nevill, Lord=j=Margaret (1st wife), dau. 
Bergavenny, sum. to pari. I and heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, 
14S2-92, d. 20 Sept. 1492. of Sculton, d. 2S Sept. 14S5. 



Sir Edward Nevill, of=j=Eleanor, widow of Ralph, 
Addington Park, Kent, be- I Sth Lord Scrope, of Mas- 
headed on Tower Hill, 9 | ham, dau. of Andrew, Lord 
Jan. 1538-9. ^Windsor. 






Royden (is 
husband). 



=Catherine=j=Clement Throckmorton, of 

Nevill. I Hanley, Warwickshire, d. 

19 Oct. 1594- 



-Martha Throckmorton, bur. =fGeorge Lynne, of South- 
at Southwick,3oDec. 1600, I wick Hall, Northants, bur. 
aged 49. there 29 Nov. 1617. 



George Lynne, of South -=plsabel, sister of Sir Anthony 
wick Hall, d. 5 Nov. 1606. Forrest, of Morborn, Hunts, 
Knt. 



Martha Lynne=j=John Blennerhassett, of 
Ballyseedy, co, Kerry, M.P. 
I Tralee, 1661. 



-heir of 
April, 



Robert Blennerhassett=j=Avice, dau 
Jenkin Co 
I 1663. 



Henry Blennerhassett=pDorcas, dau. of Francis 
I Crumpe, Esq., Killarney. 

Dorcas Blennerha-sett=j=John Godfrey, of Ballin- 
gamboon, co. Kerry. 

Avicia Godfrey^ William Twiss, of Ballybeg. 



U 



er, of Dublin and 
. of Major Orpen, 



William Twiss Palmer, B.A., 
in holy orders, m. his cousin, 
Catherine, dau. of William 
Twiss, of Tullaree. -r- 



Dorcas Twiss, married 22=f Caleb Palmer, of Kenmare, 
Jan. 17S2. co.Kerry,d.25March,i794. 

George Palmer, m. 1818, Thomas, d. Avice, m. to Rev. W. Peacock, 
young. Isabella, m. to James Eagar, 



of Castlei 
I 



Isat.eLa, m. 

Catherine, 
unmarried, Carey. 
1875. 



Rev 



Joh 



ward Orpen Palmer, ofyElizabeth Ac 
hgrove and of Killowen, 
Kerry, b 1 May, 1807, 
13 May, 1883. 



Herbert, 
m. 5 Oct., 



Capt. Ralph Smythe, 7th 
Dragoon Guards, m. 2 
Oct., 1839, d. 20 Dec, 185: 



dau. of=fC'aleb Richard Palmei 
of Ashbrook. co. Dublii 
and of Fusthane, cc 



,-f Harriet Sophia Und Other 

. wife), dau. of Richard issue see 

. Archer, Esq., m. 28 pages63. 
/KApril, 1855. 



Cheltenham, b. 29 J 



lenry Herbert Pal.=f Eveline Cecilia, 3rd dau. 
Vicar of St. Peter's, of Evory CarmiLh.iel,l'.s<i., 
I m. 28 Oct., 1872. 



F.liMb.rh. 



Abram Smythe Pain 
B.A., in holy orders, 
23 July, 1844. 



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26 



The Descendants of the Rings of England. 



Kerry ; born 3 Feb., 1S09 ; married 1st, 23 

Oct., 1839, Anne, daughter of Capt. Ralph 

Smythe, 7th dragoon guards ; she died 20 Dec., 

1852, having had a son and 5 daughters (k). 

(U-zi) Abram Smythe (Palmerj, B.A. Trin. 

Coll., Dublin, clerk in holy orders, author of 

Folk Etymology, &c. ; born 23 July, 1S44 ; 

married 9 July, 1S75, Frances, daughter of 

Echlin Molyneux, Q.C., chairman co. Meath, 

and has a son and daughter. 

Geoffrey Molyneux (Palmer), born 8 Oct., 
18S2 ; Gladys Mary. 
(2k-2t) Henrietta Adelaide. 
{ik-2tj Sarah Maria, married 26 Jan., 1866, to 
Robert Freeman, Esq., of the Bank of 
Ireland, s.p. 

(ik-21) Margaret Anna, married 1st, 13 Sept., 
1S69, to Rev. Luke King, LL.D., who died 
s.p. 22 July, 1873 ; she re-married, 30 March, 
1875, to William Harrison Peard, Esq., of 
Riverstown, co. Cork, and has 3 sons and 3 
daughters. 

William Harrison (Peard), born 30 March, 

1877; John Richard, born 25 Dec, 1SS2 ; 

Henry Harrison, bora 19 Dec, 1SS4; Ethel 

Woodley ; Mabel Anna ; Josephine Maud. 

(Si-2i) Anna Victoria, married 30 Nov., 1S72, 

to George Hamilton King, M.A. Trin. Coll., 

Dublin, headmaster Bective College, Dublin, 

and has had 4 sons and 3 daughters 

George Lucas Stephen (King), born 26 

Dec , 1S73 ; died 

William Ashe, born 29 Aug., 1880. 
Edward Eccleston, born 22 May, 1882 ; 
died 

Richard Burnet Palmer, born 6 Dec, 1883. 
Magdalen Annie ; Nora Aileen : Violtt 
Hamilton 
(fik-zi) Emily Theodora, married 23 April, 
1S78, to Rev. James Torrens, incumbent of 
Charlemont, co. Armagh, since 1882, and has 
2 sons and 2 daughters. 
Theodore Wilson (Torrens), born 16 June. 
1879 ; Louis Palmer, born 4 Dec, 1880. 
Emily Theodora; Elizabeth May. 
Mr. Caleb R. Palmer married, 2ndly, 28 April, 
1S55, Harriet Sophia, daughter of Richard 
Archer, Esq., and had a son and 2 daugh- 
ters (k). 

{1i-2i) Herbert Albert Orpen (Palmer), born 
14 April, 1S61 ; died 28 Dec, 1S63. 
{^k-21) Kathleen Augusta, married 16 Aug., 
1882, to Aithur William Panton, fellow Trin. 
Coll , Dublin, and has a daughter, 

Harriette Sarah (Panton). 
(Si-2i) Edith Harriette Orpen. 
(Zi-ih) Henry Orpen (Palmer), barrister-at-law, 
died unmarried. 

[4/-//;] Abraham, and [5i-i/t] Charles, died 
young. 

[6<-///] William Palmer, of Roxborough, co 
Armagh, J.P. ; born 20 Nov., 1820; died 19 
Dec, 1SS2; married 17 June, 1844, Emma 
Margaret, daughter of William Armstrong, C.E., 
and had 3 sons and 7 daughters. 

(1) Abraham William (Palmer), born 21 Dec, 
1849; married 15 Aug., iSSl.Jane, only child 
and sole heir of late Alexander Stitt, of 
Freedruff Lodge, Drogheda, and has 2 sons. 

Abraham Richard Alexander, born 6 April, 
18S3 ; William Benjamin Armstrong, born 
29 June, 1884. 

(2) Benjamin Armstrong (Palmer), M.B. Glas- 
gow, L.R.CS. Edin. ; born 30 March, 1S52 ; 



married I June, 1882, Susan Georgina, 
daughter of James Browne, Esq., of Kilma- 
logue House, and had a son. 

Orpen William Armstrong (Palmer), born 
4 March, 1S83, died 1 Feb. 1884. 

(3) Richard Armstrong, born 12 Aug., 1855. 

(4) Elizabeth, died 27 Dec, 1856, aged 11. 

(5) Margaret Isabel, married 7 March, 1871, 
to Archibald John Turretin, Esq., of New- 
town, co. Down. 

(6) Isabella, died 13 Aug., 1874, aged 21. 

(7) Emma Dorcas, married to 
John Cosgrove, Esq., of Belfast, and has 
a son, William Thomas (Cosgrove), born 4 
June, 1883. 

(8) Elizabeth Violet Lily. 

(9) Ida Mary Ethel. 

(10) Florence Christian Evelyn. 
[7z'-//i] Lucinda. died in infancy. 

[Si-//i] Dorcas Maria, born 12 Nov., 1817. 

[9i-//i] Margaret Lucy, bom 26 Aug., 1S26 ; died 

unmarried. 
(Hk-jg) William Twiss (Palmer) ; in holy orders, 
B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, born 12 Dec, 1784; 
married his cousin, Catherine, 

daughter of William Twiss, of Tullaree, and had 
2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Wdliam Twiss (Palmer), of Vancouver 

Island. 

[2] Caleb, of Albany, N.Y. 

[3] Harriet Ann, of Albany. 

[4] Jane, married, 1st, to John Williams, of 

Callinafercy House, co. Kerry; and 2ndly to 

John William Taylor, of Hamilton, Upper 

Canada ; by her first husband she had 2 

daughters. 

(1) Anne Mary (Williams), married to James 
Hewat, Esq., of Saxe Coburg Place, Edin- 
burgh. 

(2) Elizabeth Georgina (Williams), married to 
Mr. Ralph Caldwell Crafton, of Bramley Hill, 
Croydon. 

(3/i-jg) George (Palmer), born 7 Oct., 17S6 ; died 
14 Oct., 1844; married 28 July, 1818, Margaret, 
daughter of John Giles, of Castledrum (by his wife 
Jane Sullivan) ; she died Jan., i860, having had 

[1] Caleb, born 6 Oct., 1819 ; died unmarried, 

23 Dec, 1882. 

[2] John, born 2 July, 1821 ; died unmarried, 

14 June, i860. 

[3] Abram Giles, of Clounagillon, co. Kerry ; 

born 2 Aug., 1823; married 10 Oct., 1S54, 

Mary, daughter of Patrick Hanaffin, of Miltown 

Market. 
(4//-j>oj Thomas, born 10 July, 1791 ; died 
young. 

l^'Sg) Caleb, born 10 April, 1793 ; died un- 
married, 24 Sept., 1875. 

i e/ 'Sg) Avice, born 2S Dec, 17S3 ; died 30 Jan., 
1858; married 3 Dec, 1808, to Rev. William 
Peacock, who died at Longford 9 Aug., 1S13, 
having had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] John (Peacock), born 3 June, 181 1 ; living 

unmarried Sept., 1849. 

[2] William (Peacock), F.R.C.S.E., surgeon- 
major, born 4 Dec, 1813 ; died 9 Sept., 1849 ! 

married 18 Dec, 1845, Sarah, daughter of 

Samuel Parker, of Kingstown, co. Dublin, and 

had a son and 2 daughters, 

William (Peacock)", capt. R.E., born 20 April, 
1848 ; Letitia ; Sarah. 

[3] Dorcas, born 4 Sept., 1S09; died 24 Aug., 



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(th-3s) Isabella (Palmer), born 24 Dec, 1787 ; 

died 23 May, 1S5S ; married 25 April, 1S20, to 

James Eagar, collector of customs, Scarborough; 

and also at New Ross (son of Thomas Eagar, of 

Rathpogue) ; he died 24 March, 1S44, having had, 

with 4 daughters, who all died unmarried, 4 sons. 

[1] Thomas (Eagar), of the Bank of Ireland, 

Dublin; born 23 Sept., 1823; died 4 Sept., 

1S63 ; married 14 July, 1S55, Lydia, daughter 

of John Langley, Esq., of Brittas Castle, co. 

Tipperary ; she died 1869, having had, 

(with other issue, died young) 2 sons and a 

daughter, 

James, born 1 Sept., 1S56; Thomas, born 

17 Jan., 1S60 ; Isabella. 

[2] Caleb, born 14 Nov., 1827 ; died 22 Aug., 

1S34. 

[3] Francis, born June 182S ; died Feb., 1S29. 
[4] Alexander (Eagar), of Dublin, born 13 
March, 1S30 ; married 13 Sept., 1S62, Elvira 
Ellen, daughter of William Deverell, Esq., of 
Ballycarroli House, Queen's Co., and has had 7 
sons and 5 daughters. 

George William Deverell (Eagar), born 16 

Sept., iS64;diedi5 May, 18S4. Edward 

Alexander, born 27 April, 1868. Boyce 

Deverell, born 15 Nov., 1S69. Eusebius 

Francis, born 23 July, 1S74 ; died 4 Jan., 

1SS1. Caleb Palmer, born 23 July, 1S76. 

Alexander, born 27 Nov., 1877. Robert 

William Deverell, born 22 June, 1S79; died 

6 Jan., 1SS1. Alexandra, Isabella Mary 

Lavinia Barbara, Elvira Eleanor, Ursula 

Georgina. 

(Za-3g) Catherine (Palmer), born 23 July, 1789 ; 

died 4 Jan., 1S76 ; married 30 Nov., 1S22, to Rev. 

John Carey, who died at Drogheda 2 March, 1S74, 

having had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Malcolm (Carey), of Linden Cottage, Ja- 
maica, Long Island, New York, bora 6 Oct., 
1823 ; married, and has issue. 
[2] Robert James (Carey), born 23 Oct., 1826 ; 
died 15 Dec, 1844. 

[3] John, born 28 Feb., 1S28 ; died 23 May, 
1S48. 

[4] Anne Jane. [5] Isabella. 
[6] Dorcas (Mrs. O'Neill). 
&gr-4f] Jane (Twiss), died in 1841. 
[5g-4f] Avice (Twiss), married to 

Richard Purcell, of Gurtnaconroe, co. Cork, and had 
a son and a daughter. 

(1) Richard (Purcell), born ; married 
Barbara, daughter of Robert Crofts, Esq., and had 
issue. 

(2) Avice (Purcell), married to 
Bartholomew Purdon, Esq. 

[9o] Avicia (Blennerhassett), married to John Yeilding, 
Esq., of Tralee (son of Richard Yeilding, Esq., and Miss 
Haines), and had a son and 2 daughters (I). 

(V-qa) James (Yeilding), born 26 Nov., 1717 ; married 
1st, Dorcas, daughter of Samuel Crumpe, Esq. (by 
Lucy, daughter of Thomas McLoughlin and Ann, 
2nd daughter of Sir Francis Brewster), and had a 
daughter (m). 

[Xm-i!] Lucinda, married to Henry 

Eagar, of Faha, 2nd son of Alexander Eagar, of 
Castle Ballymalis and Droumavally, co. Kerry, and 
had 6 sons and 4 daughters (n). 

(\n-im) Tames (Eagar), died unmarried. 
(2,i/ui) Alexander, "an officer 3rd garrison 
battalion, drowned returning from America." 
(3«-//«) lohn, died unmarried. 
[in-im) Henry Yeilding (Eagar), capt. and pay- 
master 90th foot; died 12 June, 185S, aged 75 ; 

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married Emily, eldest daughter of John 

Lynch, Esq., of Dromin ; she died 
having had 2 daughters. 

[1] Bessy Charlotte, died young. 

[2] Elizabeth, married to Cotton 

Way, 2Sth Bombay native infantry, and has, 

with other issue, 

(1) Henry Edward Cotton (Way), Bo. S.C., 
lieut. the East Yorkshire (15th) regt.; born 6 
Feb., 1S58. 

(2) Alfred Cotton (Way), lieut. the South 
Wales Borderers ; probationer Indian Staff 
Corps; born 16 Dec, 1S60. 

(5n-im) Charles (Eagar), died unmarried. 
ifin-im) Ge ffrey (Eagar), of Ballyard, lieutenant 
in the Royal York Rangers ; deputy registrar of 
Ardfert and Aghadoe ; born ; died 

: married Blanche, 

daughter of Bryan McMahon, Esq., registrar of 
the diocese of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe, 
and had 5 sons ami 4 daughters. 

[1] Henry McMahon (Eagar), lieut. 90th and 
62nd regts. ; born 1825 ; died 18 Sept., 

1855, aged 30; married 1847. Catherine 

Avice Spring, dauediter of James Day Eagar, 
Esq., of Coolgarriff (see page 593), and had 3 
sons and a daughter. 

(1) Geoffrey Edward MacMahon (Eagar), 
born 28 Jan., 1S4S ; married 9 April. 1S77, 
Elizabeth Helen Kate, only surviving daugh- 
ter of Joseph Jaques, of London, and has 
2 sons and a daughter. 

Henry Llewellyn Spring (Eagar), born 2^ 
Feb., 1S7S; Geoffrey Edward Clarence, 
born 18 April, 1SS2 ; Maude Helen Louise, 

(2) Henry, born 31 Dec, 1S54. 

(3) James, died young. 

(4) Avice, died young. 

[2] Bryan, of United States army; fell at battle 

of Chattanooga. 

[3] Geoffrey, died unmarried. 

[4J James McMahon, late capt. Kerry militia, 

born 26 June, 1S33. 

5] John Yeilding, late lieut. Kerry militia. 

6] Susan, died unmarried. 

7] Dorcas, died 1S70 ; married 1859, to George 

Raymond, of Kerry, who died s.p. 1869 (see 

8] Blanche, married 1S55, to John 

William Weekes, Esq. (see next page). 
[9] Lucinda Yeilding (Eagar), died unmarried 
8 Sept., 1856, aged 21. 
(tn-im) Dorcas, married , 1791, as 2nd 

wife to Tohn Eagar, Esq., of Ballyhar (2nd son of 
Thomas Eagar, Esq., of Cottage and Ballyhar, co. 
Kerry), and had 3 sons and 2 daughters (see 
page 593)- 

(%11-im) Rose Anne, died unmarried. 
(d/i-im) Lucinda, married 1st, , to 

Dr. O'Sullivan; 2ndly, to William Seymour, of 
Cork. 

(10«-/;«) Arabella (Eagar), died unmarried 10 
June, 1S60, aged 78. 
James Yeilding married 2ndly, 

daughter of William Carrick, or Carrique (by his wife 
Rose Ponsonby, of Crotto), and had a son and 
daughter (in). 

[2m-ir\ John (Yeilding), barrister-at-law, married 
Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Henry Royse, Esq., 
of Nantenan, co. Limerick, and had a son. 

(1) James Royse (Yeilding) sold his landed 
property; married Harriet, daughter of Christopher 
Hdliard (see page 601), and had issue (now settled 
in America), of whom, 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Christopher, 2nd son, married Jane, daughter 
of Thomas Barry, whom see page 568. 
(2o-»«) Martha Ford Royse (Yeilding, married to 
Christopher Delmege, of Castle Park, co. Lime- 
rick; hedied 1S59, having had a son and4daughters. 
[1] John Christopher (Delmege), of Castle Park 
aforesaid, J. P. cos. Limerick, Clare, and Cork; 
high sheriff co. Limerick, 1SS0; barrister-at- 
law, King's Inns, 1S41 ; born married 

1S45, Katherine, 2nd daughter of James 
O'Grady, Esq., of Raheen, co. Limerick (see 
Foster's Teerage, V. Guillamore) ; she died 
1S69, having had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Christopher John (Delmege), late 48th 
regiment, born 1847. 

(2) James O'Grady. (3) Maria Julia. 
(i) Matilda. (6) Kathleen. (6) Annabella. 

[2] Isabella, died ; married 

to Robert Atkins Lidwill, Esq., of Clonmore 

and Cormackstown, co. Tipperary, J. P.; he 

died 1S50, having had 2 sons and 3 

daughters. 

(1) Robert Atkins (Lidwill), of Clonmore and 
Tomslake, Riverine, Australia ; born 24 
April, 1840; married 27 Jan., 1866, Mary 
Jane Cowen, daughter of Wm. Florence, 
Esq., of Richmond, M.D., and has a son and 
daughter. 

Mark Cowley, born 7 April, 1878. 
Matilda Florance. 

(2) Thomas Lidwill, died unmarried. 

(3) Matilda, married to her cousin, Thomas 
Brown, Esq. ; he died Jan., 1877. 

(4) Mary, married 1S75, to Henry 
Loftus Hogen, Esq. 

(5) Isabella. 

[3] Martha (Delmege), married to Saml. Cas- 
well, Esq.. of Blackwater, co. Clare, J. P. 
[4] Eliza, married 21 June, 185S, to Daniel 
Meares Maunsell, Esq., of Ballywilliam, co. 
Limerick, J. P.; s.p. 
[5] Annabella. 
[3m-il] Avis (Yeilding) married to John Weekes, 
and had a son. 

John Yeilding Weekes, lieut. in the Limerick 
Militia, died Oct., 1842 ; married Agnes, 
daughter of Samuel Sealy, Esq., of Maglass, co 
Kerry ; high sheriff, 1810 (by his wife, Elizabeth 
Raymond, see p. 641). she died Jan. 1S72, having 
had, with other issue, 2 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] John William (Weekes), died 1S72 ; married 
1855, Blanche, daughter of Geoffrey Eagar, 
Esq., aforesaid (see preceding page). 
[2] Sealy (Weekes), of 30 Randall street, Balti- 
more, born 23 Sept., 1828; married 15 June, 
1S59, Matilda, daughter of Samuel Phillips, of 
Phillipsborough, Queen's Co., and has had 4 sons 
and 4 daughters. 
John Yeiiding( Weekes), born 5 March, 1S64 ; 
Charles Clement, born 14 Nov., 186S; Clement 
Peat, born 27 Sept., 1S75 ; William Albert 
Edward, born 26 August, 1SS0, died 27 Oct., 
18S1 ; Maude Selina, Agnes Isabella, Ida 
Florence, Blanch Ethel. 
[3] Elizabeth (Weekes), married 9 Sept., 1847, 
to Jerome Quill, Esq., J. P. co. Kerry (son of 
Thomas Quill and his wife Ellen King), and 
had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Richard Henry (Quill), M.B., surgeon- 
major, served in Afghanistan and Central 
Asia ; born 8 June, 1848. 

(2) John Jerome, capt. R.M., served in the 
Ashantee war ; born 18 Dec, 1849, married 

Maud Agnetta Simpson. 

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(3) Berkeley Crosbie, capt. 2nd batt. York 
and Lancashire regt., served in Egypt, at 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir ; born 4 May, 1852. 

(4) Arthur Sealy, born 26 Sept., 1862. 

(5) Agnes Sophia. 

(6) Isabel, married 25 Jan. 1881, to Charles 
E. Leahy, Esq., of Tralee, and has 3 sons. 

Richard (Leahy), born 16 Oct., 1881. 
Percy Edward, bom 5 Nov., 1882. 
Charles Farquharson Nash, b. 10 June, 
1S84. 

(7) Elizabeth Helen, died young 

[4] Isabella, died 12 Aug., 1863, having mar- 
ried Jan., 1863, to Col. Frank Fitzpatrick, 
of Indian army. 

[5] Agnes Jane (Weekes), married 19 June, 
1S5S, to William James Eagar, of Blenn*rville 
(son of late John Frederick Eagar, Esq.), and 
has 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

William John Alton (Eagar), born 24 Dec, 
1859- 

Henry Arthur, born 13 Jan., 1S61. 
Agnes Elizabeth. Kathleen Alice. 

Isabella Blanche Lucy 
[6] Margaret Clementina, married 19 Dec, 1872, 
to William England Young, Esq., of Limerick, 
who died 30 Oct., 1879, leaving a daughter. 
Agnes Isabella Williamina, born Jan., 1874. 
(21-qo) Dorcas (Yeilding). 

(3/-$w) Lucy (Yeilding), married to Rev. E 

Lombard, and had, with other issue, a son, 

Rev. John Lombard, died 3 Jan., 1847, having 
married Dora Purefoy, who died 13 March, 1S15, 
leaving a son, 

Rev. John Newman Lombard, rector of Carriga- 
line ; died 18 July, 1855, having married Elizabeth 
Catherine Swan, who died July, 1SS0, leaving a son, 
Rev. John Lombard, M.A., rural dean, rector 
of Booterstown ; chaplain to Lord-Lieut, of Ireland; 
married 1857, Maria T. Hart, and has 3 sons. 

(1) John Newman. (2) Edmond. 
(3) Thomas G F 

[10<j] Alice (Blennerhassett), married to Daniel Ferris, of 
Muckinagh, and had, with other issue, 

Edward (Ferris), R.C. priest, 
[lie] Lucy, married to John, son of Daniel 

Heafy, Esq., and had Blennerhassett and other issue. 

D OBERT BLENNERHASSETT, of Mount 
Rivers (son of Henry Blennerhassett, see 
page 566) ; married Frances, daughter of 
Richard Yeilding, Esq., of Tralee (by his wife, 
Belinda Bateman), and had 2 sons and 4 
daughters (r). 

[lr] Sir Rowland, created a baronet, of whom see 

page 574. 

[2/] Arthur, of Fortfield, co. Kerry, married 

Catherine, daughter of James Hickson, Esq., of Fermoyle, 

and had an only son and daughter. 

(1) Robert (Blennerhasseti), married his cousin, Cathe- 
rine, daughter of Robert Hickson, of Fermoyle, and 

(2) Rosanna, died ,1828; married 27 May, 
1790, to her cousin, Sir Robert Blennerhassett, 2nd 
Bart., who died 21 Sept., 1S31, leaving issue (see 
page 575)- 

[3;] Belinda, married to her cousin Charles Hurly, and 
had issue. 

[4r] Alice, married 9 June, 1758, to James Eagar, Esq., 
of Castle Ballymalis ; he died , 1806, aged 

76. having had a son and 6 daughters (s). 

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(\s- 4 r) Rowland Eagar, Esq., J. P., collector of excise, 
l8oS-26 ; died s.p 5 Dec, 1830; married , 

1793, Charlotte, daughter of Henry Blennerhassett, 
Esq., of Dublin ; (see page 567) she died 1S50, aged 77. 
(2s-4r) Frances, married 17S1, to Richard 

Eagar, of Gortdromakeiry ; he died , 1850, 

aged 96, having had 7 sons and 3 daughters (/). 

[It-is/] Geoffrey (Eagar), died unmarried. 

[2t-isl] Edward (Eagar), married is*. Jemima, 

daughter of Rev. James M'Dowall, and had 2 sons 

and a daughter, 

(1) Richard Edward (Eagar), of Wellington, 
N.Z.; married Eleanor, daughter of 
Rev. John Eamblen, and has issue. 

(2) Geoffrey (Hon.), Under Secretary Finance 
and Trade, 1879, Minister of Public Works, 
1859-63, M.L.C., New South Wales; represen- 
tative for West Sydney, 1S63, 1S65 ; married 

Mary Anne, daughter of William Bucknell, 
Esq., of Yeovil, Somerset. 

(3) Frances, wife of H. Waldegrave, Esq., of 
New Zealand. 

Edward Eagar married 2ndly Ellen, daughter 
of Nicholas Mooney, commander R.N., and had 
at least 3 sons and a daughter. 

(4) Nicholas Henry (Eagar), of Sidney, New 
South Wales ; married Louisa, daugh- 
ter of John Morris, Esq., and has issue. 

(5) William, of London, solicitor ; died 

married Anne, daughter of 

John Wilkins, of London, solicitor. 

(6) Francis. (7) Ellen. 

[3-tis] James, and [it-is] Henry ; both died un- 



[5-tis] Rowland, married Anne, daughter 

of Edward Hickson, Esq., and has 2 sons and 3 
daughters. 

Edward. Richard. Frances. Maria Anne. Alice. 
[6t-is] Richard, died unmarried 17 March, 1S31. 
[tt-is] Sidney, married , daughter of 

John Martin, of Killarney, and had 3 sons and 2 
daughters. 

David. Martin, died s.p. Richard. Philippa. 
Frances. 
[it-is] Alice, [dt-is] Marvel. [I0t-is] Charlotte. 

{3s 4r) Belinda, married as 2nd wife to Francis, son 

of James Eagar and Avice Hurley. 

(is-jr) Barbara, married to Joseph Webb. 

(Hs-jr) Agnes, married to Wm. Mason, and had 5 

sons and a daughter. 

[1] Alexander (Mason), married, 1st Cherry, daugh- 
ter of John Sealy, Esq., J. P., of Rockfield, and had 
2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(I) William, died young. (2) John. 

(3) Anne, died young. (4) Susan. 
Alexander Mason, married, 2ndly, Cherry, 
daughter of Thomas Ledman, Esq., of Billcrough, 
and grand daughter of Anthony Raymond, Esq., 
of Ballyloughran (see page 641), and had 2 sons and 
5 daughters. 

(4) William Ledman (Mas, n), M.D., of St. Austell. 

(5) Alexander Raymond. (6) Frances. 
(7; Jane Maria. (8) Agnes Eagar. 

(9) Cherry Anne. (10) Thomasina Elizabeth. 

(II) Anne. 

[2] Oliver. [3] William. [4] Rowland. 

[5] Thomas (Mason), married Jane Fuller, of Dingle, 

and had issue. 

[8] Mary (Mason), married to John Mason, Esq., 

of Gorthbrack, and had 3 sons— Oliver, William, 

and Rowland, who died unmarried. 
(Ss-jr) Mary (5th daughter), married to Rev. Thomas 
Nash, B.A Trin. Coll., Dublin, curate of Ballyna- 
courty, co. Kerry, and had a son and 2 daughters. 



[1] Webb (Nash), baptized at Ballynacourty, 27 
Nov , 1797 ; died s.p. 

[2] Mildred (Na»h), baptized at Ballynacourty, 10 
Feb., 1793; died 1872; married 

to George Raymond, lieut. 57th regt , served 
in the Peninsula, and had 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) George (Raymond); died s.p. 1869; married 
Dorcas, 2nd daughter of Geoffrey Eagar (see 
page 571), she died s.p. 

(2) Thomas, died young. 

(3) William Webb (Raymond), B.A. Trin. Coll, 
Dublin, 1S54 ; incumbent of Ballyheigue, 1S81 ; 
vicar of Ballyseedy, 1S57-69 ; of Kilflyn, 1S69-81 ; 
born I Jan., 1827 ; married 15 April, 1S56, Annie, 
daughter of Joseph Coneys, Esq., of Galway, and 
has a son and 6 daughters. 

George (Raymond), B.A. Trin. Coll , Dublin, 
1SS1 ; born 8 April. 1S59 ; Mildred Maude Mary, 
Kathleen Alice Cyrilla, Anna Coneys, Mary 
Sybil, Blanche Geraldine, Yolande Laura Ga- 
briella. 

(4) Mary, died young. 

[3] Alice (Nash), baptized at Ballynacourty, 22 July, 
1795 ; married to Alexander, son of William Hilliard. 
(1s-4r) Harriet, married John Bride ; line extinct. 
[5;] Mildred, mairied to Tallis Eagar, Esq., 

of Culleenymore (son of James Eagar, by his wife Mar- 
garet, daughter of Thomas Day, Esq., of the Manor), 
and had a son and 5 daughters. 

(1) Rowland (Eagar). of Lahard, and Culleenymore, 
married Jane, 2nd daughter of James Eagar, of 
Cottage, J. P. (see page 593), and had a son and 
daughter. 

[1] Rowland Tallis (Eagar), of Cottage and Bally- 
malis, born 1S00 : married 1st 1S22, 

Anne, daughter of John Henry Blennerhassett, Esq., 
of Tralee (see page 566) ; she died , having 

had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) John Henry, born , 1823 ; died s.p. 

(2) Morgan O Connell Busteed, died young. 

(3) Jane. (4) Anne, died unmarried. 

(5) Frances, died young. 

Mr. Rowland Tallis Eagar married 2nd, 
1841, Lucinda, youngest daughter of Oliver Stokes, 
of Tralee, J. P. (by his wife Elizabeth Day see page 
440), she died, having had a son and 2 daughters. 

(6) Oliver Stokes Eagar, M.D., surgeon-major ; 
served in Ashantee war; retired 1SS1 ; burn 8 Oct., 
1843 ; married 7 Nov., 1SS5, Wilhelmina, widow 
of Major H. M. Sandes (see page S24), daughter 
of Hugh Eldon Yeilding, Esq. (see next page). 

(7) Margaret. (8) Honoria. 

[2] Catherine, married to Rev. John Boate. 

(2) Lucy. (3) Sarah. (4) Alice. 
(5) Frances, died unmarried. (6) Melicent. 

[6;] Sarah (Blennerhassett), died Sept., 1S26; mairied 
10 Sept., 1776, to John Eagar, Esq., of Ardrinane, J. P.; 
he died 1S14, aged 63, having had 5 sons and a 

daughter (11). 

(\u-6r) Alexander Eagar, M.D., born Nov. 1779; died 
16 July, 1S17 ; married 24 Sept., 1811, Annabella, 3rd 
daughter of Richard Yeilding, Esq., of Cloghers (by his 
wife, Anne Massy), she was born 14 March, 17S1 : 
died 2 May, 1S72, having had 4 daughters. 

[1] Annabella, married 17 July, to John Peppard, 
M.D., who died 15 April, 1SS1, having had a son 
and 7 daughters. 

(1) Richard (Peppard), born 17 April, 1S45 ; 
murdered in New Zealand by the Maoris, 1868. 

(2) Isabella Alexina. 

(3) Margaret Whitaker, married 29 Jan. 1873, to 
Anster FitzGerald Walker, M.D. (see page 56S), 

and has a son, 
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(4) Sarah Robertina, married 8 Oct., 1S72, tc 
Robt.Gillispie, brigadesurgeon.andhas 2daughters 

Annabella (Gillispie) ; Jane Agnes. 

(5) Kate Mary. (6) Frances. (7) Alexina. 

(8) Mary, married 30 Dec, 1S79, to Rev. Francis 
Morgan Dean, rector of Kilrush, co. Wexford, and 
has 3 sons and a daughter. 

Francis Peppard .Sneyd (Dean), born 3 Feb., 
1S81 ; William Frederick Morgan (Dean), born 
8 Oct., 1SS3 ; Edward George Dean, born 1 
April, 1S85 ; Marv Alice Dean. 
[2] Sarah, died 25 Feb., 1S56 ; married 4 Sept., 
1838, to Robert 3rd son of Sir Robert Blennerhassett, 
Bart. ; he died s.p. 2 July, 1S62 (see next page). 
[3] Catherine (Eagarl, died June, 1873 ; married 
Oct., 1854, to Townsend Blennerhassett, capt. 
Kerry militia (9th son of Henry Blennerhassett, 
M.D., see page 567), born II Feb.. 1829; drowned 
20 June, 1S67, leaving an only daughter. 
Annabella Charlotte (Blennerhassett), died 1 May, 
1SS2 ; married 14 April, 1SS0, to Edward Abram 
McGillycuddy, Esq. (see page 62S), and hadason, 
Townsend Blennerhassett (McGillycuddy), born 
27 April 1882. 
[4] Alexina Frances (posthumous daughter), married 

12 May, 1846, to her cousin John Eagar, Esq. (see 
below). 

(2k-cV) Robert (Eagar), of Dingle, born 4 June, 1784 ; 

died 18 July, 1S43; married 5 Aug., 1S10, Margaret, 

daughter of John Eagar, Esq., sovereign of Dingle; 

she died 2 April, 1S46, having had 3 sons. 

[1] John (Eagar), of Ardrinane, born 15 July, 1811 ; 
died s.p. 14 Dec, 184S ; married 12 May, 1S46, his 
cousin, Alexina Frances, youngest daughter of Dr. 
Alexander Eagar, named above. 
[2] Alexander, died young. 

[3] Thomas, of Ardrinane, M.A., hon. canon of 
Manchester, 1884 ; rector of Ashton-under-Lyne 
since 1870, and rural dean ; vicar of Audenshaw, 
Manchester 1S44-70 ; born 18 June, 1814; married 
1st, 12 Aug., 1S46, Mary, daughter of Stephen Tay- 
lor, Esq., of Ashton, co. Lane ; he married 2nd, 

13 Feb., 1873, Sarah Anne, widow of Rev. J. H. 
C. Wright, rector of Wolverlow ; by his 1st wife 
he had (with 3 sons who died in infancy) a son and 
2 daughters. 

(1) Robert Taylor Sumner (Eagar), of Stour- 
bridge, M.D., born 10 May, 1849 ; married 

1878, Caroline, daughter of Joseph Webb, Esq., 
of Coalbourne House, co. Staff s.p. 

(2) Mary Elizabeth, married 27 Sept., 1S82, to 
William E. Garforth, Esq., J.P. of Halesfield, 
Normanton. 

(3) Margaret Eliza, died 18 July, 1878. 
(3k-cV) Rowland Blennerhassett (Eagar), born 

1786 ; died 20 April, 1843 5 married , 1813, 

Marianne, daughter of Oliver Mason, J. P., and had 2 
sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] John (Eagar), settled in America, bora 14 May, 

1816; married 2S Aug., 1855, Alicia, widow of 

William Brereton, daughter of John Frederick Eagar, 

Esq., and has a son, 

Rowland Henry, born 5 April, 1856. 

[2] Rowland, born 4 March, 1S22 ; died in America, 

leaving 2 daughters. 

[3] Theodora, married to William Hickson, Esq. 

[4] Sarah (Eagar), died young. 
(iu-br) Frederick, died s.p. 
(6u-6r) Tallis, died s.p. 

(Bu-6r) Frances, born July, 1781 ; died , 

1854; married , 1796, to Richard Massy 

Voiding, of Belview, co. Limerick (son of Richard 
Veil. ling, of Belview, co. Limerick by his wife, Agnes 
Massy), and had 7 sons and 6 daughters (v). 



[lv-611] William Richard (Yeilding), born Jan., 
1800; died April, 1S54. having married 7 March, 
1818, Mary, daughter of Hugh Massy, of Stagdale, 
co. Limerick ; she died 21 June, 1881, having had 2 
sons and a daughter. 

(1) Richard Massy (Yeilding), born 1819 ; 
married, Charlotte, daughter of Rev. 
Charles Townley, and had a son, 

Charles William, died 1884, aged 38. 

(2) Hugh Eldon (Yeilding), of New Park, co. 
Limerick; born 6 May, 1829; married II 
Jan., 1849, Margaret, daughter of Augustus 
Richard Yeilding, Esq. (son of Richard Yeilding, 
of Cloghers), and has 3 sons and 3 daughter*. 

[1] William Richard (Yeilding), lieut. Bengal 
staff (late 54th regt.), in march to Candahar ; 
born 13 Jan., 1856 ; married 9 Dec, 1881 
Teresa, daughter of Richard Wyndham Magrath 
Fitzgerald, of Limerick. 

[2] Godfrey Massy, born 2Q Jan., 1S57 ; lost at 
sea 23 May, 1S74. 

[3] Hugh Blennerhassett, born 11 Oct., 1S66. 
[4] Frances Augusta, married, 1st, to Dawson 
Massy, surgeon Bengal staff; she re-married 2 
Aug., 1859, as 2nd wife to Vere Hunt, of High 
Park, co. Tipperary, and had a son and two 
daughters. 

Vere Robert (Hunt), born 26 Nov., 1875. 

Mary, born 15 April, 1S71, and Frances, born 

3 Sept., 1872. 
[5] Mary Wilhelmina married, 1st, IO April, 
1876, to Major Henry Moore Sandes, of Kerry 
militia (see page 822); he died s.p., 13 Dec. 
1SS3; shere-manied, 7 Nov., 1S85, to Major 
Oliver Stokes Eagar (see pages 440 and 573). 
[6] Margaret Constance Evelyn Venetia. 

(3) Frances Mary, married, 1st to John Lloyd 
Fitzgerald, of Ballydonoghue House, co Kerry, 
barrister at-law, she re-married the Rev. E. 
Pepper, rector of Castle Derwent and Prebendary 
of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, died 5 April 
1872. 

[2v-6u] Richard, and [3v-6n] Eagar (Yeilding), emi- 
grated to America; the latter became M.P. for 
Ottawa City, and died about 1S73, both s.p. 1. 
[bv-6ii] Alexander and [5v-6i<] Alexander, both died 
young. 
[6v-6u] Alexander, born 1S17 ; married 

Bessie Cussen, of Rockfield, co. Limerick. 
Ytv-6n~] Rowland Frederick, civil engineer ; died 
about 1850. 

[iv-6ii\ Agnes, died young. 
[9z>-cW] Sarah, o.s.p., married 
Cox, of Mount Pleasant, co. Clare, 
[10v6a] Belinda, died unmarried. 
[llz»-cw] Frances, married 
Prittie Bayley, and has issue. 
[\2v-6it] Annabella, died 1S49 ; married July, 1844, 
to John, grandson of Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 
Bart., he died 14 Dec, 1847, having had a daughter, 

Letitia Melicent (see next page). 
\\Zv-61t] Mary, died young. 

OIR ROWLAND BLENNERHASSETT, of 
*J Blennerville, was created a baronet 22 
Sept., 1809; died 14 March, 1821, aged 81, 
having married Melicent Agnes, daughter of 
Richard Yeilding, Esq., of Bellevue, Croom, 
co. Limerick, and had 5 sons (w). 
[lai] Sir Robert, succeeded as 2nd Baronet. 



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3i 



[2k/] Richard Francis, born 23 May, 1772; died s.p. 
Nov., 1827, having married Agnes Anne, 

daughter of Sir Barry Denny, Bart, (see page 724); she 
died 19 Dec, 1842. 

[3w] Arthur, of Blennerville, born 27 Oct., 1776 ; died 31 
May, 1S39. having married Sept., 1799, Hon. Ellen 
Jane Mullins, daughter of Thomas, Lord Ventry (see 
page 664) ; she died 24 Dec, 1S46, having had a son and 
2 daughters. 

(1) Rowland, s.p. 

(2) Melicent Agnes, married as 1st wife to 
Rev. Edward Maynard Denny, rector of Listowel, &c. 
(see page 724), and had 2 daughters, 

[1] Theodora Denny, died s.p. 

[2] Penelope Jane, married 18 April, 1S60; to 

Alexander O'Donnell, Esq., (see Foster's Baronetage); 

he died 1S67, leaving an only daughter. 

Melicent Agnes O'Donnell), married 27 June, 
1SS3, to Eduin Thomas Esq., of Raheir.co. Mayo 

(3) Theodora, died 25 July, 1S45, having married iS 
Oct., 1S36, as 1st wife, to Richard Chute, Esq., of 
Chute Hall, co. Kerry ; he died 13 Sept., 1S62, leaving 
issue. 

[4k'] Rowland, of Tralee and Kells, &c; born 26 Dec, 

17S0 ; died 12 April, 1S54, having married 

Letitia, eldest daughter of John Hurly, Esq., of Tralee, 

clerk of the crown (by his wife Mary Conway) ; she 

died , having had 3 sons and 5 daughters. 

(lx-qw) John, born 1812 ; died 14 Dec, 1S47, having 

married July, 1844, Annabella, youngest daughter 

of Richard Yeilding, of Belview, c>. Limerick (see 

preceding page.) ; she died 1849, and had a daughter, 

Letitia Melicent. 
(2at-4h») Richard Francis, of Kells, co. Kerry; bom 

1S19; died 16 Feb., 1S54, having married 13 Oct., 
1S49 Honoria, youngest daughter of Major William 
Carrique-Ponsonby, of Crotto, co. Kerry she (re- 
married to James Bany, M.D., of 
Villa Nova, near Valentia), died 3 Dec, 1S83, leaving 
an only son. 

Rowland Ponsonby, of Kells, M.P. co. Kerry 
1S72-4, 1874-80, and since 1880 ; born 22 July, 
1850; married 21 Sept., 1876, Mary Beatrice, 3rd 
daughter of Walter Armstrong, Esq., and has a son 
born 29 June, 1S79. 
{%x-\w) Rowland, born 3 Dec, 1822 ; died unmarried 

Sept., 1S40. 
(4-r-4») Melicent Agnes, died 1843 ; married 

to John Collis, Esq., of Barrow, and had, with 
other issue, a son, 

Thomas, settled in Australia married Arabella, 

daughter of William Collis, of Lismore, and has issue. 

(5.v-4w) Mary, died 7 Nov., 1SS3; married April 1S36, 

to Rev. George Purdon, who died 21 June, 1S42, having 

had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Rowan (Purdon), born 8 January, 1838. 

[2] Rowland v Purdon), major in the army, capt. 

85th regt., born 26 Nov., 1S3S ; died unmarried 25 

May 18S3. 

[3] Letitia Mary Anne, married to 

Rev. John Collins, rector of Ballyheigue, co. Kerry ; 

he died leaving a son and 2 daughters. 

Barry George (Collins\ Mary, Letitia. 
[4] Sophia, died unmarried. [5] Lucy died in infancy. 
[6.V-4W] Letitia Mary Anne, died unmarried. 



[7j-4;c] Lucy, died unmarried. 

[8.1--4W] Alice, married 1 July, 1 869, to Charles Chute, 

Esq., of Tralee (son of Pierce Chute, of Brennan) ; he 

died 24 May, 1S84 (see page 640). 
[5a/] William, twin with Rowland, born 26 Dec, 17S0 ; 
died 1842, having married Eliza- 

beth, daughter of Richard Blennerhassett, of Ballymac- 
prior (see page 568) ; she died 21 Dec, 1S57, having 
had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Frederick, born 1S0S ; died s.p. 16 July, i860. 

(2) Rowland, died s.p. April, 1S38. 

(3) Melicent Agnes, died unmarried. 

(4) Charlotte, died unmarried 1S42, aged 25. 

SIR ROBERT, 2nd baronet, born 26 Jan., 
1769; died 21 Sept., 1831, having married 
27 May, 1790, his cousin Rosanna, only 
daughter of Arthur Blennerhassett, of Fortfield, 
co. Kerry (see page 572); she died 4 Feb., 1828, 
having had with other issue 5 sons and a 
daughter. 

[1] Rowland, died s.p. 
[2] Sir Arthur, succeeded as 3rd baronet. 
[3] Henry, midshipman R.N., died 26 July, 1S11. 
[4] Robert, of Mount Rivers, co. Kerry ; born 27 July, 
1797; died s.p. 2 July, 1S62, having married 4 Sept., 
1S38, Sarah, daughter of Alexander Eagar, M.D., of 
Tralee and Ardrinane, co. Kerry (see preceding page) ; 
she died 25 Feb., 1S56. 

[5] William, born 1800 ; died unmarried 1S37. 
[6] Catherine, died Nov., 1S69, having married 22 

May, 1822, to Rev. Edward Fitzgerald Conyers, of Castle- 
town Conyers, co. Limerick, rector of Knockane, Kil- 
larney he died 25 June, 1856, having had 4 sons. 

(1) Charles (Conyers), of Castletown Conyers; born 4 
Apl., 1823 ; married 1st, Agnes, daughter of Col. 
Graham, of Meiklewood, Stirling (see page 440) ; he 
married 2ndly, Margaret, daughter of Francis Drew, 
Esq., of Drews Court, co. Limerick. 

(2) Robert Rowland (Conyers), capt. in the army ; 
born May, 1826 ; married April, 1S62, his cousin 
Eliza, daughter of Arthur Thomas Blennerhassett, Esq., 
of Ballymacprior (see page 56S), and has 4 sons. 

Edward, Robert, Alured, Frederick William. 

(3) James Grady FitzGerald (Conyers), of Liskennet, 
near Croome, CO. Limerick ; born Sept.. 1S31 ; married 
1859 his cousin Heltn Mary, daughter of Francis 
Spring Walker, of Bellville aforesaid (see page 568). 

(4) Edward, unmarried. 

SIR ARTHUR, 3rd baronet, bom 30 July, 
1794 ; died Feb , 1849, having married 26 
July, 1826, Sarah, daughter of John Mahony, 
she died n July, 1866, having (re-married 
16 May, 1850, to Frederick Randall, of High- 
bury) had a son and daughter. 

[1] Sir Rowland, 4th and present baronet (see page 563). 
[2] Rosanna. 



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«•>• The * Descent * of •<» 

Rev. John D'Arcy Warcop Preston, 

Of Askham Bryan Hall, Yorks., M.A., Rector of Freemantle, 



35locfo Eogal 



Edward I., crowned ig^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,=f=Humphrey de Bohun. Earl of 
of Holland, d. 5 May, I Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (1st hus- 1316, aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band), d. s.p. 32. | March 1321. 



James Butler, Earl of=j=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. 13 Nov. 1347. 




of (England. 



Petronilla Butler (1st wife)=j=Gilbert, Lord Talbot, sum. 
to parlt., d. 24 Aug. 1387. 

Elizabeth Talbot=j=Sir Henry de Grey, Lord 
Grey de Wilton, d. 1395. 

John Darcy, 6th=j=Margaret de^Sir Thomas Swinford 



Baron Darcy | Grey 



(2nd husband). 



Sir John Darcy, of Torksey,=f Joan, dau. of John, Lord 
co. Line. Greystoke. 

Richard Darcy=j=Eleanor,dau. of John,=WilliamClaxton, 
o. v. p. (ist hus- 4th Lord Scrope, of of East Bridge- 
band). Masham. ford, d. 1496. 



Sir William 
Torksey. 



Darcy, of=j=Euphemia, dau. of Sir John 
Langton, of Farnley, Yorks. 



Sir Thomas Darcy, K.G.,=f Dnwsabel( ist\vife)dau. and 
sum. to parlt., beheaded 20 I heir of Sir Richard Tem- 
June, 1538. I pest, knt., of Ridlesdale, 

/^Northumberland. 

A, 
continued above. 



A, 

continued from below. 
Sir Thomas Darcy=fDowsahel Tempest. 



Sir George Darcy, knighted=j=Dorothy, dau. and heir of 
at Tournay. restored in Sir John Melton, of Aston, 
blood, etc. Baron Darcy d. | Yorks. 
24 Aug. 1557. 

John, 2nd Baron Darcy=j=Agnes, dau. of Thomas 
Babington, of Dethick, co. 
Derby. 



Michael Da 



=Margaret, dau. of=Jasper Blytheman 
c. 1 Thos.Wentworth, (2nd husband). 
Esq., buried 13 
"■Jov. 1614. 



:y,=fMa 

cC. Th 

Es. 

Nc 



Mary (1st wife)=William Savile,=j=Rosamond (2nd wife) 
dau. of William of Copley. I widow of John Booth, 

West.ofFirbeck. of Glossop, m. 1639. 



Katharine, dau. of Arthur 
Ingram, of Knottmgley, 
Yorks, d. 16 Jan. 1692-3. 



Mary Savile=j=WiIliam Maude, of Vork, 
proctor and notary, buried 
there 14 Jan., 1714-15. 



Mary Maude, bap. 27 Aug.=j=Darcy Preston, of Askham 
1698, m. 7 Feb. 1722-3, d. Bryan, Yorks , d. 16 Nov. 
24 April, 1758. 1749. 



John Preston, rector of=j=Jane (2nd wife) sister of 
Marston, and prebendary of Peter Consett, of Brawith 
York, m. 10 March, 1763 | Hall, Yorks. 



n, of Askham Bryan, ^pSophia, 4th dau. of H 
al R.N., d. 21 Jan., Nares, a judge of 
Jan., 1833. 



Elizabeth, (ist wife), dau.=Fjohn D'Arcy Je 
of Peter Spence, M.D. m. ton, of Askhai 
1821, d. 1833. M.A., in holy orders. 



J..hn D'Arcy Warcop Pres 
of Askham Bryan Hall.Yo 
M.A. Oxon,, rector of Free- 
mantle since 1871, b. 27 Jan., 
1824. 



d. Dec. 1851. /f\of Woodbndge, Surrey. 



Peter Consett, of 
neline, adml., R.N., Brawith Hall, 
S. F. b. 1827. Yorks. =f= 



1 Hannah Elizth., m 

Warcop 5 daugh- l8 7°. 'o Rev Ed- 
ward Barber, B.A., 
vicar of Carleton. 



Alice Elizabeth. 



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PRESTON, JOHN D'ARCY WARCOP, of 
Askham Br) an Hall, Yorks., M.A., Wor- 
cester Colkge, Oxford, 1847 ; rector of Free- 
mantle since 1S71; vicar of Sandgate, Kent, 
1809-69; of Stonegate, Sussex, 1869-71; 21ST 
in descent from Edward I. ; born 27 Jan., 
1S24; married n May, 1858, Emily Anne 
Augusta, 3rd daughter of late Rev. John Bligh 
Brownlow, incumbent of Sandgate (see Foster's 
Peerage, B. Lurgan), and has had 4 sons and 
2 daughters. 



[1] D'Arcy Brownlow, born 19 July. 1S60. 

[2] Walter Chailes, R.N., born 18 Feb., 

2 May, iSSs. 

[3] Roland D'Arcy, born I July, 1S67. 

[4] Arthur John, born 4 Nov., 1S71. 

[5] Alice Elizabeth. 

[6] Edith, died 31 Jan., 1SS2. 



1S64; died 




The Descent of 
Rev. John D'Arcy Warcop Preston, 
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 
Earlof Chester; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
1274, king of England, 
lord of Ireland, duke of 
Aquitaine ; he subdued the principality of 
Wales 12S3, claimed and exercised feudal 
superiority over Scotland; died at Burgh-on 
the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, buried 




577 ] 



in Westminster Abbey; by his 1st wife, Eleanor, 
daughter of Ferdinand III., king of Cas'ile, 
who died 27 Nov., 1290, he had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

JpLIZABETFI, died 5 May, 1316, aged 32 ; 
JLj ' she 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 Stryvelin 7 Edward II., was exchanged 
for the wife of Robert Bruce ; he fell at the 
battle of Boroughbridge, Ycrks, 16 March, 1321. 
leaving, with other issue, a daughter, 

T7LEANOR DE BOHUN, married 1st, 1327, 
■*-"' to James Butler, Earl 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 Dagworth, 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 son James, 2nd Earl of Ormond, a daughter. 

pETRONILLA BUTLER, married as 1st 
*■ wife to Gilbert, Lord Talbot, who had 
summons to parliament, 36 Edward III. until 
10 Richard II ; served in the wars with France, 
33, 43, and 46 Edward III. ; in 1 Richard II. 
was in the King's fleet at sea, of which Michael 
de la Pole was admiral for the north ; 7 years 
after he was summoned to be at Newcastle upon 
Tyne with horse and arms, &c, to march against 
the Scots ; he died 24 Aug., 13S7, leaving, with 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



a son, Sir Richard, ancestor of the Earls of 
Shrewsbury, a daughter, 

"PLIZABETH TALBOT, married to Sir 
*-* Henry Ue Grey, 6th baron ; had summons 
to parliament i Dec, 50 Edward III., 1376, as 
'■Henr' Grey de Shirland," and from 4 Aug., 
1 Richard II., 1377,10 20 Nov., 18 Richard II., 
1394, as " Henr ' Grey De Wilton ; " was in the 
retinue of John of Gaunt in his expedition to 
Gascony ; he died 1395 ; he had, with an only 
s-jn, Richard, a daughter, 

TWT AROARET DE GREY, married 1st to 
■*■*-*■ John Darcy, 5th Baron Darcy ; had sum- 
mons to parliament 19 Aug., 73 Richard II., 
1399, to 21 Sept., 12 Henry IV, 141 1, in which 
year he died. She re-married to Sir Thomas 
Swinford. By Lord Darcy she had, with other 
issue-, a son, 

CIR JOHN DARCY, of Torksey, co. Lincoln, 
•^ Knt. ; died 32 Henry VI,; escheat 35 Henry 
VI. ; he married Joan, daughter of John, Lord 
Greystoke; she died 34 Hen. VI. ; escheat 32 
Hen. VI No. 15; and had, with other issue, 



OICHARD DARCY; died in the lifetime 
v of his father ; married Eleanor, daughter 
of John, 4th Lord Scrope, of Masham. She 
re-married about 29 April, 38 Hen. VI., 1460, to 
William Claxton, of East Bridgeford, Notts, who 
died 18 May, 1496. Richard Darcy left a son, 

CIR WILLIAM DARCY, of Torksey, 4 
^ years old at his grandfather's death ; 
married Euphemia, daughter of Sir John Lang- 
ton, of Farnley, Yorkshire, Knt., and had a son, 

CIR THOMAS DARCY, K.G., had sum- 
mons to parliament as "Thomas Darcy 
de Darcy, ChFr.," from 17 Oct., 1 Hen. 
VIII., 1509, to 3 Nov., 21 Hen. VIII., 1529, 
and with the designation of " de Temple Hirst," 
5 Jan., 25 Hen. VIII., 1534, and as "Thomas 
Darcis, Chl'r.," 8 June, 28 Henry VIII., 1536; 
one of the Lords who marched with Thomas, 
Karl of Surrey, to the relief of Norham Castle, 
12 Hen. VII., and the year following made a 



[578] 



knight of the King's body ; constable of Bam- 
borough Castle, Northumberland ; captain of the 
town and castle of Berwick-upon-Tweed ; 
warden of the east and middle marches towards 
Scotland ; constable and steward of the lordship 
of Sheriff Hutton, Yorkshire; a privy coun- 
cillor; joined in Ask's rebellion ("The pilgrim- 
age of grace ") ; convicted of high treason, and 
beheaded on Tower Hill, 20 June, 153S ; 
married 1st, Dowsabel, daughter and heiress of Sir 
Richard Tempest, Knt., of Ridlesdale, North- 
umberland ; he married 2nd, Elizabeth, widow 
of Ralph Nevill, sister of William Sandys, first 
Lord Sandys, of the Vine; by his 1st wife he 
had, with other issue, a son, 

CIR GORGE DARCY, knighted at Tourn.iy 
*-* by Hen. VIII., and restored in blood, with 
the dignity of Baron Darcy to him and his heiis 
male, by act of parliament, 2 Ed. VI., 154&; 
died 24 August, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, 1557 ; 
he married Dorothy, daughter of Sir John 
Melton, of Aston, Yorks, and had, with other 
issue, a son, 

JOHN, 2nd Baron Darcy, married Agnes, 
daughter of Thomas Babington, of Dethick, 
co. Derby, and had an only son, 

TV /TICHAEL DARCY; died 15 Dec, 15SS, 
■*•*■*■ in his father's lifetime ; married Margaret, 
daughter of Thomas Wentworth, of Wentworth 
Woodhouse ; she re-married to Jasper Blythe- 
man, of New Lathes, Yorks, and was buried at 
Wentworth, 13 Nov., 1614; by her 1st husband 
she had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] John, 3rd Lord Darcy, married 4 times, but died 

without surviving issue, in 1635. 

[2] Margaret (Darcy), died unmirried. 

[3] Anne, married to Henry Savile, of Copley, Yorks ; 

aged 7 in 15S5, and had 8 sons and 4 diughters. 

(1) Thomas (Savile), of Copley ; married twice, and 
had 2 sons and a daughter (see Foster's Yorkshiie 
Collection). 

(2) Henry, died s.p. (3) Michael, died s.p. 

(4) John, of Copley; died 1644, leaving a son and 
daughter. 

(5) William Savile, of whom presently. 
(■ ) Daicy, attnrney-at-law, died unmarried. 

(7) Anthony, died unmarried. 

(8) Henry, died unmarried. 

(9) Margaret, married to Rowland Dand, of Mansfield 
\Voodhouse, Notts. 

(10) Annie, married to Thomas Squire, of Thornhill. 

(11) Elizabeth, married 1st, to George Pulleyn, M.D. 
and 2ndly, to — Fox. 

(12) Jane (Savile), living 1666. 



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35 



AX71LLIAM SAVILE, of Copley aforesaid, 
V married ist, Mary, daughter of William 
West, of Firbeck, Yorks, and had a daughter, 
Elizabeth, married to her cousin John, son and 
heir of Rowland Dand aforesaid. He married 
2ndly, at Arksey, 30 May, 1639, Rosamond, 
widow of John Booth, of Glossop, co. Derby, 
youngest daughter of John Frank, of Puntefract, 
and had a son, 

VI7ILLIAM SAVILE, of Cridling Park, 
* * Yorkshire ; married Katharine, daughter 
of Arthur Ingram, of Knottingley, Yorkshire, 
she died 16 Jan., 1692-3; buried in York 
Minster, having had 3 daughters. 

[1] Ann (Savile), married to John Smithson. 
[2] Mary (Savile), married to William Maude, of Bel- 
freys, York, proctor and notary ; he was buried 14 
Jan., 1714-15, having had 6 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) William (Maude), born 12 April, 1694. 

(2) Savile, baptized 22 May, 1702; died 2 Nov. 
following. 

(3) Savde, buried 30 May, 1 704. 

(4) Arthur, born 1704. [5] Thomas, died young. 

(6) Major, baptized 2 Jan., 1709-10. 

(7) Catherine, baptized 26 Sept., 1695 ; married to 
William Dawson. 

(8) Mary, married to Darcy Preston (see below). 

(9) Ann, died young. 

(10) Rosamond (Maude); baptized at Belfreys, York, 
5 April, 1708 ; married to William Herdsman. 

[3] Dorothy (Savile) ; married to John Keane. 

TV/TARY MAUDE (2nd daughter of William 
*^*- Maude and Mary Savile, aforesaid), bap- 
tized 29 Aug., 1698; died 24, buried at Belfreys 
27 April, 1758 ; married in York Minster, 7 Feb., 
1722-3, as 2nd wife to Darcy Preston, of Ask- 
ham Bryan by purchase in 1745, town clerk of 
York 1 7 19, (son of Thomas Preston, organist of 
York Minster, by his wife Elizabeth, widow of 
Henry Harrison, of Allerthorpe, daughter and 
heir of Darcy Conyers, of Holtby, Yorks); 
he died 16, buried at Belfreys 19 Nov., 1749, 
having had 3 sons and S daughters (a). 

[la] D'Arcy (Preston), baptized 1726. 

[2,7] William (Preston), born 1730. 

[3a] John (Preston) of Askham Bryan, rector of 

Marston (see page 5S4). 

[4a] Mary, born 1724 [5a] Margaret, born 1727. 

[6a] Elizabeth, born 1729. 

[7a] Rosamond (Preston), baptized at Belfreys, York, 10 

Feb., 1731-2 ; married to Rev. George Haggitt. 

[Sa] Anne, baptized 3 Aug., 1733 ; m rried at Be'f.eys 

21 Oct., 1751, to Rev. Richard Barnard. 

[9a] Mary, married to Henry Boulto.n, of whom 

immediately. 

[10a] Cordelia, born, 1736. 

[11a] Elizabeth Preston, born 1741 ; married to Rea. 

[5 



j\/T ARY PRESTON (5th daughter of Darcy 
■*■*"*■ Preston aforesaid), baptized at Belfreys, 
York, 29 Dec, 1734 ; died Feb., 1779; buried 
at Uppingham, Rutland; married 9 Feb., 1756, 
as 3rd wife to Henry Boulton, of Moulton, Lin- 
colnshire, J. P., member of the Board of Green 
Cloth (son of Henry Boulton, of Stixwold, who 
was son of Henry Boulton, of Stixwold, by his 
wife, Elizabeth, only child of Norton Bryan, 
Esq., of Bolingbroke, co. Line.) ; he died 10 
Dec, 17SS, having had 4 sons (<?), 

[Is] Henry (Boulton), ol Moulton, and of the Middle 
Temple, barrister-at-law, died n March, 1S2S, aged 71, 
of whom presently (see p. 5S2). 
[2c?] James, died s.p. 

[3c] D'Arcy (Boulton), of whom hereafter (see p. 597). 
[4?] George (Boulton), M.A.of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge. 
vicar of Westbury-cum- Sutton, Camb , rector of Oxendon, 
Northants, 56 yjars ; born 12 Aug., 1 761; died 16 Aug , 
1843 ; married 8 Dec, 1791, Catherine, daughter of 
Rev. Christopher Hatton Walker, M.A., rector of Har- 
rington, Northants, an 1 of Kibworth, Leicestershire; 
she died 8 May, 1850, having had 3 sons and 7 
daujvers (/). 

(1/V<?) Henry Towers (Boulton), born about 1792 . 
died about 1836-7. 

(2f-4e) D'Arcy (Boulton), born 13 Oct., 1S01 ; died 4 
Oct., 1S56 ; married 29 May, 1S34, Ann Eliza, daugh- 
ter of '1 nomas Hartley, Esq., having had, with other 
i«sue, 2 daughters, 

Ann Hartley (Boultm). Eliza Catherine. 

(if- 4 s ) James, born ; died an infmt. 

(if 41?) Catherine, died 26 Nov., 1S67 ; married 17 
Sept., 1S16, to Rev. Thomas Warren Mercer, M.A., 
vicar of Northallerton, Yorks; he died 21 Aug., 1S27, 
having had a son and 2 daughters. 

Thomas (Mercer), solicitor, born 2S Oct., 1S1S ; 
ied unmarried, 29 Oct., 1879. 
[2] Elizabeth Catherine (Mercer), married 20 Dec. 
1838, to Philip William Newsam, of Warwick, 
solicitor ; he died 6 June, 1873, having had 2 sons 
and 7 daughters. 

(1) Clement (Newsam), born 29 Sept., 184S. 

(2) Walter, born I Aug., 1S52. 

(3) Mary, died in infancy. 

(4) Catherine, died in infancy. 

(5) Henrietta. 

(6) Anne, married 14 June, 1S66, to Rev. Hewett 
Linton, vicar of Abram, co. Lane, since 1S7S, 
&c, and has 7 sons and a daughter, 

Philip (Linton), born 4 June, 1S69 ; Hewe't, 
born 20 Sept., 1870; Walter, born 7 May. 
1S72 ; Frederick, born 31 Oct., 1S76 ; Francis 
Alfred, born 2 May, 1S7S ; Clemei t, born 10 
Nov., 1S79 ; Christopher George, born 29 July, 

(7) Frances, died ; married 2 Julv, 
1S6S, to Joseph Paddison, Esq., of Melton Mow- 
bray, solicitor, who died s.p. 

(8) Georgiana, died unmarried 30 July, 1S79. 

(9) Laura (Newsam). 

[3] Mary (Mercer), died unmarried, 17 Dec, 1877, 

aged 57. 
(S/-vk?) Anna (Boulton), died 23 Aug., 1864. 
(6/'-,<v) Mary, died 

(i/-4e) Georgiana. married to John Marriott, 

Esq., and had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

9] 



& 



36 



»>• The * Descent & of <* 

Rev. John Lynes, M.A., 

Of Sandesfort House, Dorset. 

FROM THE 



JSlocfo Eooal 




Edward I., crowned 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, 

d. 7 July. '3°7- 



Eleanor (1st wife) dau. of 
Ferdinand III., King of 
Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



John, Count=Elizabeth,=j=Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of 



of Holland, d. 5 May, 
etc. (1st hus- I3i6,aged 
band), d. s.p. 32. 



Hereford, t 
fell at B< 
March 1 321 



. (2nd husband) 
oughbridge, 



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 parlt. 
d. 6 June, 1337. 13 Nov. 1347. 

Petronilla Butler (1st wife)=j=Gilbert, Lord Talbot, sum. 
to parlt., d. 24 Aug. 1387. 

=Sir Henry de Grey, Lord 
Grey de Wilton, d. 1395. 



Elizabeth Talbot= 



de=Sir Thomas Swinford 
(2nd husband). 



John Darcy, 6th=j=Margar 
Baron Darcy Grey 

Sir John Darcy, of Torksey,=f Joan, dau. of John, Lord 
co. Line. I Greystoke. 

Richard Darcy=j=Eleanor,dau. of John,=WilliamClaxton, 
o v. p. (1st hus- 14th Lord Scrope, of of East Bridge- 
band). Masham. ford, d. 1496. 



Sir William Darcy, of=f=Euphemia, dau. of Sir Jnhn 
Torksey. I Langton,of Farnley, Yorks. 

Sir Thomas Darcy, K.G.,=j=Dowsabel( 1st wife) dau. and 
sum. to parlt., beheaded 20 heir of Sir Richard Tem- 
June, 1538. I pest, knt, of Ridlesdale, 

/^Northumberland. 



Henry Boulton, o 
March, 1828. =j= 



John Lynes, 
., b. 1821, m. 

!. ' Hod'gettsj 



D'Arcy Boulton, 
in Upper Canada 
aged 72. =j= 



of (England. 



Sir Thomas Darcy=f=Dowsabel Tempest. 



Sir ( leorge Darcy, knighted : 
at Tournay. restored in 
blood, etc. Baron Darcy d. 
24 Aug. 1557. 



Dorothy, dau and heir of 
Sir John Melton, of Aston, 
Yorks. 



John, 2nd Baron Darcy=j=Agnes, dau. of Thomas 
Babington, of Dethick, co. 
Derby. 



Michael Darcy, =j=Margaret, d; 
o.v.p. 15 Dec. 
1 588. 



ofi=Jasper BIytheman 
Thos. Went worth, (2nd husband). 
Esq., buried 13 
Nov. 1614. 

of Copley, 



y(ist wife)=;William Savile,=j=Rosamond (2nd wife) 
. of William of Copley. | widow of John Booth, 

it, of Firbeck. I of Glossop, m. 1639. 



William Savile, uf Cridlmg , Katharine, dau. of Arthur 
Park, Yorks. Ingram, of Knottinglcy, 

I Yorks, d. 16 Jan. 1692-3. 



7 Feb. 1722 
24 April, 1758. 



Mary Savile=j=William Maude, of York, 
proctor and notary, buried 
there 14 Jan., 1714-15. 



I larcy Preston, of Ask ham 
Bryan, Yorks., d. 16 Nov. 
'749- 



y Maude, bap. 27 Aug. : 



Mary I'reston (3rd wife),= 
m. 9 Feb. 1756, d. Feb. 
1779- 



Henry Boulton, of Moul- 
ton, co. Line, d. 10 Dec. 
1788. 



judge George Boulton, M.A., Carab., 
1. 1834, of Westbury, co. Camb., rector of 
Oxendon, Northants, b. 12 Aug., 
1761, d. 16 Aug., 1841. 



r=pCatherine, d: 
f Walker, M.A 

Northan 
May, i..: 



of Rev. C. H. 



George Boiiltai I ,yn>- 

of Ivy Depot, Albt 

marie, co. Virginia, b. Pleas, &c, d. 1880, 

1833, m. 1856, Harriet, 1856, Elizabeth, dt 

dau. of T. Spencer. of D. Horsell, Esq. 



nomas. Frances. 



mces, m.=fThoi,i.Ls Lvnes. of Great Elizabeth Caroline, d. 1S32, 

Oct., 1817, Oxendon, ^orthants,m. 1st wife of Rev. H. R. Roke- 

25 March, 28 March, 1817, d. 10 by, who d. 1870. =F 

,6. Nov., 1875. ,(, 

Rev. Robt. Francis Elizabeth, d unm. Caroline, m. Laura 

M.A., of Frances, m. 1847, 1847,10 Henry Lynes, m. 

Lodge, b. to Peter S. Dixon, Hall Dixon, 185!, to 

1861, Louisa, who d. 1857. who d. 1870. P ti i 1 i p 

. of R. H. Swaf- =j= =f= Grove, of 

1, Esq. ^ ^ Eastcote, 

1 Northants. 

Ada, m. 1877, to George B. 



Agnes, m. 181 
Giibm,~E>q. 



[530] 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



37 



[1] John (Marriott), of Braybrooke, Market Har- 
borough born 

[2] Richard Walker, vicar of Aldborough, Yorks, 
sii.ce 1S54; B.A., Lincoln College, Oxford, 1S51 ; 
M.A., 1854; b. 21 Jan., 1S29 ; m. 3 Feb., 1S57, 
Anna Maria, daughter of late Rev. Robert Philip, s.p. 
[3] William Henry, vicar of Thrussington, co. Leic, 
since 1867 ; M.A., Lincoln College, Oxford, 1S57. 
[4] Charles Hayes (Marriott), of Leicester, M. D. 
London, 1863; M.B., 1859; F.R.C S. Eng. 
(exam.), 1S59 ; M.A, 1S58; L.S.A., 1S57 (Univ. 
Coll.); surgeon, Leicester Infirmary; consulting 
surgeon, Leic. and Rutland County Lunatic Asylum ; 
born 19 Oct., 1S34 ; married 25 Oct , 1S64, Lucy, 
daughter of late Rev. John Gibson, vicar of Furneux- 
with-Brent Pelham, Herts, and has had 6 sons and 
2 daughters. 

Charles Bertram (Marriott), born 1 Oct., 1S68 
Cecil Edward, born I June, 1S70. 
John Reginald, born 20 Oct., 1871. 
Ernest Jenner, born iS March, 1873. 
Harold Henry, born 20 Jan., 1875. 
George Eustace Arthur, born 5 Nov., 1877, and 
died 27 Feb., 1S79. 
Lucy Evelyn. El'a Kathleen. 

[5] Katherine (Marriott), married 5 June, 1S61, 
to Rev. Montagu Francis Finch Osborn, M.A., 
Merton College Oxford, 1848 ; rector of Kibworth- 
Beauchamp, Leic, since 1851 ; rural dean of 
Gartree, 1866 (see Foster's Baro?ietagi), and has 2 
sons and 3 daughters. 

Francis Wilfrid (Osborn), born 22 April, 1S62. 
Montagu John, born 19 Feb., 1S69. 
Margaret. Catharine Louisa. Hilda. 
[6] Georgina (Marriott). 
(8/1-4;.) Frances (Boulton), died 25 March, 1S66 ; 
married 28 Oct., 1S17, to Thomas Lynes, of Great 
Oxendon, Northants, sometime chairman of the 
Union Board, Market Harborough (2nd son of John 
Lynes, Esq., of Kirk by Mallory, Warwickshire); he 
died 10 Nov., 1875, having had 4 sons and 4 
daughters [>). 

[lg-Sf] John (L3'nes). of Sandesfort House, Wyke 
Regis, Weymouth, M.A., Christ Chutch College, 
Cambridge, 1S47 ; formerly vicar of Bucklaod 
Monachorum, Devon ; born 6 March 1 821 ; married 
17 Nov., 1S53, Mary Campion, daugh er of Booth 
Hodgetis, Esq.. and has 3 sons and a daughter. 
John (Lynes), born 21 Jan., 1863. 
Thomas, born 4 June, 18S5. 
Booth Hodgetts, born 23 April, 1S67. 
Frances Mary. 
[2g-Sj] George Boulton (Lynesb of Ivy Depot, Albe- 
marie co.. Virginia, born 8 March, 1S33; married 
5 July, 1856, Harriet, daughter of Thomas Spencer, 
Esq., of Earl's Shinton, Hinckley, Leic, and has 5 
son^ and 3 daughters. 

(1) Thomas (Lynes), born 6 July, 1S60. 

(2) John, born II March, 1S62. 

(3) Spencer, born 2 May, 1S63. 

(4) George, born 9 Aug., 1808. 
(3) Robert, born 24 Jan., 1870. 

(G) Agnes (Lynes), married 26 Oct., 1876, to 

George Percy Gilbert, Esq., of Ivy House, 

Albemarle co., Virginia. U.S. 

(7) Frances. (8) Ethel. 

[Sg-8f] William (Lynes). clerk in Common Pleas, 
and clerk in Queen's Bench office, Osgoode IIj.11, 
Toronto, 1864-71; born 3 June, 1S34; died 8 July, 
1880; married 24 Ap'il, 1S56, Elizabeth, daughter 
of Bartholomew Horsell, Esq., of Wootton Bassett, 
Wilts (she re-married 18 April, 1881, to Francis 
William Bell, Esq., of St. Louis, U.S.A.), and had 
one daughter. 



Ada Elizabeth (Lynes), married 18 March, 1877, 
to George Burrows Gordon, Esq., barrister-at-law, 
Winnipeg. 
[4g-8f] Robert Francis (Lynes), of Wyke Lodge, 
Weymouth, M.A., St. John's College, Oxford, 1864; 
formerly curate of Fleet, Dorset ; born 10 Oct., 
1S35 ; married 7 Feb., 1S61, Louisa Eliza Josephine, 
daughter of Robert Hassall Swafheld, E-q., of \Ye»t 
Down Lodge, Weymouth. 

\ig-8f] Elizabeth, died unmarried, 21 Nov., 1842. 
[6^-Sr] Frances (Lynes), married 9 Feb., 1S47, to 
Peter Sydenham Dixon, cotton spinner (clde-t x.n of 
Peter Dixon Esq., of Holme Eden, Cumberland) ; he 
died 14 March, 1857, having had 2 sons and 2 
daught. rs. 

(1) Francis Peter (Dixon), born 17 March, 1S49. 

(2) Sydenham Lynes, born 27 Dec, 1S52. 

(3) Caroline. (4) Gertrude Catherine. 
[7^->7J Caroline (Lynes), married 12 May, 1S47, to 
Henry Hall Dixon, Esq. (2nd son of aforesaid 
Peter Dixon, Esq., of Holme Eden, Cumberland); 
he died 16 March, 1S70, having had 7 sons and 4 
daughters. 

(1) Henry Sydenham (Dixon), bom 4 May, 1S4S, 
married 17 Aug., 1S6S, Louisa Anne, daughter of 
Robert Ashfield Cooper, Esq., of London ; she 
died 27 Feb., 1S75, having had 3 sons and 2 
daughters. 

Hamilton (Dixon), born 3 Sept., 1S72. 

Percival, born 10 Sept., 1S73. 

Rawdon, born 5 Oct., 1S75 ; died iS March, 

1S76. 

Morna. Paulina. 

(2) Charles Walter (Dixon), born 21 Aug., 1S50. 

(3) Arnold Edward (Dixon), in South America, 
born 23 Sept., 1852 ; married 25 Feb., 1S75, 
Rachell Palmer Stewart, daughter of late Capt. A. 
Steward Wardell, 5th dragoon guards 

(4) Alfred Lynes, born 2 Apr 1 ; died 30 Dec, 
1854. 

(5) Alfred Herbert, born 22 Feb.. 1S57. 

(6) Wilfred Lynes, born 12, died 27 Aug., 1S59. 

(7) Archibald Ernest, born 30 June, 1S63. 

(8) Fanny Finlay. 

(9) Sydney Caroline, died iS July, 1S62. 

(10) Caroline Lynes. (11) Edith Katharine. 
[8 s -a7] Laura (Lynes). married 12 Nov., 1S51, to 
Philip Grove, Esq., of Eastcote Northants (son of 
Rev. John Worrall Grove, D.D.), and has had 7 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

(1) Benjamin (Grove), born and died 6 Oct., 1S52. 

(2) Philip Sydney, born 25 Sept., 1S57. 

(3) Reginald Parker, born 23 Aug , 1859. 

(4) Charles Edward, born 10 Aug , 1S61. 

(5) Darcy Boulton, born 4 Aug., 1S64 ; died 2S 
Jan., 1865. 

(6) John Worrall, born 9 Oct., 1S66. 



(7) Tercy Lynes, born 16 Sept., 1S7 

(8) Anna Laura, died young, 12 Aug., 1S55. 

(9) Laura Sybil. 

C&f-je) Elizabeth (Boulton) died young. 
(10) Caroline (boulton), died 20 April, 1832 ; 
married 26 July, 1827, as 1st wife to Rev. Henry 
Ralph Rokeby, of Arthingworth Manor House, 
Northants, formerly Com. R.N., subsequently rector 
of Arthingworth, and lord of the manor ; he died 
20 May, 1S70, having had a son and 2 daughters. 
[1] Henry Ralph Rokel y, B.A., '1 rinity College, 
Cambridge, 1S54 ; rector of Arthingworth, and 
lord of the manor, since 1S70 ; vicar of Preston 
Deanery 1S55-9 ; born 2 June, 1S31 ; married 7 
Feb, 1S61, Mary Jane, daughter of Rev. Thomas 
Barbot Beale. of Brettenlnm Park, Suffolk, and i.. 3 
3 sons and a daughter. 



[58l] 



38 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Henry T angham (Rokeby). bom 26 Nov., 1S61. 

Ralph Thomas, born 2S June, 1863. 

Arthur Willougliby, born 7 June, 1S66. 

Caroline Mary. 
[2] Isabella Caroline (Rokeby), married 2 May, 
1855, 10 Rev. George Frederick Pearson, M.A., 
Worcester College, Oxford, 1S58 ; vicar of Funting- 
ton, Chichester, since 1874 ; vicar choral of York 
Minster 1S57-62 ; vicar Felpham, near Bognor, 
1S71-4 
(3) Anna Maria (Rokeby). 

HENRY BOULTON, of Moulton, co. Line, 
and of the Middle Temple, barrister-at-law, 
born died 11 March, 1828, at. 

71; married 1st, 17 April, 1781, Susannah, 
eldest daughter and co-heir of Mr. Serjeant 
James Forster (by Susannah, his wife, daughter 
and co-heir of Sir John Strange, Master of 
the Rolls), she died 5 Sept., 1788, having had 
3 sons and 2 daughters (Ji). 

[M] Henry (Boulton), born 21 Sept., 1785; died 22 
March, 1786. 

[2/iJ Henry (Boulton), vicar of Sibsey, co. Line, born 19 
May, 1787 ; died unmarried, 13 July, 1825. 
[3/:] Anthony (Boulton", D.D., of Moulton, rector of 
l'reston Capes, and subsequently of Sampford Peverell, 
Devon, born 5 June, 1788; died 23 May, 1854; married 
29 June, 1S19, Harriet, 3rd daughter of Thomas Lane, 
Esq., of Selsden, Surrey (elder sister to her father-in- 
law's 5th wife), she died 26 Aug., 1853, having had 
6 d lighters (/). 

(ll-jb) Maria Antonia Eliza (BuultorO, died 1S21. 

(2/-j>£) Antonia Maria, married 2 March, 1848, to 
lieui. -general Alfred Augustus Chapman (reserve), 
funnerly in 48th regiment, and commanded the iSth 
K.I. regiment 7 years, and has had 5 sons and a 
daughter. 

[1] Frederick William Boulton (Chapman), bo.n 10 
Sept., 1850 ; died 13 Oct., 1862. 
[2] Alfred Stephen, capt. Royal Welsh fusiliers, 
1883 ; born 4 July, 1852 ; married 12 Dec, 1882, 
Fanny Georgina, daughter of Lieut-Col. Tritton, 
loth Hussars, and has a daughter. 

Audrey Frances Maxwell. 
[3] Edward Poore (Chapman), lieut. R.N., born 12 
June, 1854; married 20 Dec, 1S81, Alice Gertrude, 
daughter of Frederick Boulton, Esq , and has a 

Sylvia Alice, born 15 Dec, 1883. 
[4] D'Arcy Richard, 29th regt., born 25 Sept., 1856. 
[5] Harry Remnant, born 25 |uly, 1S5S ; died 14 
Feb., 187 1. [6] Alfreda Emily. 

{V-jlii Hatriet Elizabeth (Boulton), died in infancy. 

(4/-ji) Elizabeth Harriet, died in infancy. 

(Bl-ji) Emma Anne, died in infancy. 

(6/-y<) Mary, married 23 Aug., 1849, to Samuel John 

Maclurcan, major 1st Devon militia, capt 48th and 19th 

regiments ; he died 2 March, 1S6S, having 4 sons and 5 

daughters. 

[1] Thomas Alfred Boulton (Maclurcan), officer in 

Bombay port trust, boin 9 July, 1850; married 9 

May, 1SS3, Fanny Sophia, youngest daughter of 

Capt. Bingham, of Bombay Ordnance dept. 

[2] Donald Samuel Boulton, chief officer British 

India Steam Service ; boin 14 April, 1853. 

[3] John Lewis Rooke, lieut. R.M.L.I. born 12 

Feb., 1858; married 12 Dec, 1S82, Claire Russell, 

2nd daughter of Alfred Mortimer, Esq. 



[5 



[4] Charles Hare, born 5 Jan., 1S62. 

[5] Mary Harriet (Maclurcan) married 12 Dec, 

1871, to John Edward Simeon, 97th regiment. (See 

Foster's Baronetage. ) 

[6] Alice Emily (Maclurcan), mairied 16 Sept., 

1873, to Richard Richards Bieffney Ternan, of ihe 

Army Pay dept. ; late lieut. Buffs, East Kent regt. ; 

and has a son and daughter, 

Al-xander Gore Breffney (Ternan), born 17 Dec, 

1S76. 

Alice Mary Breffney. 
[7] Frances Antonia, married 5 July, 1881, to 
D Solomon, Esq., of the Stock Exchange, 

and has 2 daughters. 

Helen Christine (Solomon). 

Phyllis Lorna. 
[8] Edith Blanche. 
[9] Evelyn Florence. 
[4] Susannah (Boulton), died 27 Sept , 1786. 
[5] Mary, died unmair.ed, 1-16 Dec, 1856. 

Henry Boulton married, 2nd, 4 Oct., 1790, 
Mary, daughter of John Francklin, Esq., of 
Great Barford, Beds. ; she died 4 Sept., 1795, 
having had 3 children, the 2nd named John ; 
all died in infancy. He married 3rd, 27 Dec, 
1796, Harriet, youngest daughter of Rev. 
Baptist Isaac, of Whitwell, Rutland ; she died 3 
March, 1806, having had 2 daughters. 

[6/5] Harriet (Boulton), died 26 March, 1865 , married 
Sept., 1828, to Rev. Henry de Foe Baker, 
M.A., St. Catherine's Hall, Cambridge, vicar of 
Greetham, Rutland, warden of Browne's Hospital, 
Stamford ; he died 3 July, 1845, having had a son and 
daughter. 

(1) Henry de Foe (Baker), M.A., Jesus College, 
Cambridge, 1858, rector of Thruxton, Andover, 1873 ; 
rural dean, Andover, 187s ; born ; married 
1st, 13 Aug., 1861, Eleanor Isabella, only daughter of 
William Charleton, Esq., of Brixton, Surrey; she died 
21 June, 1S69, having had 3 sons. 

[1] D'Arcy (Baker), born 12 July, 1862; died 26 

April, 1885. 

[2J Henry Charleton, born 17 Nov., 1864. 

[3] Donald, born 18 Feb., 1865. 

Rev. H. de Foe Baker married 2nd, 2 July, 1872, 
Frances Arabella Dyke, eldest daughter of late 
Edward Dyke Poore, of Syrencott, Wilts, and has 
a son and 3 daughters. 

[4] Kyce Dyke Poore, born 

[5] Frances Mary (Baker). 

(2) Harriet Elizabeth, married , to 
Lieut. -col. Jeremie Peyton Jones, (reserve, late 8th 
foot), son of Jeremy Jones, Esq., of the War 
Department, s.p. 

[7/;] Elizabeth (Boulton), married 29 Jan , 1824, to her 
cousin, George Strange Boulton, Esq., of Coburg, Upper 
Canada (see page 598). 

Henry Boulton married, 4th, 9 May, 1807, 
Mary Winifreda, daughter of Lieut.-col. 
Durell; she died 9 April, 1808, leaving a 
daughter, 

[8/;] Anna Maria, married 27 July, 1830, to Donald 
Christopher Baynes, 3rd son of Sir Christopher Baynes, 
Bart., of Harerield Place, Middlesex (see Foster's 
Baronetage), LL. B., Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 
1S44, sometime an officer in the 62nd regiment; curate 
of Thruxton, 1S47-64 ; Andover, 1873-5; he died, s.p., 18 
Jan., 1S84. 

82] 



•>• The + Descent * of •<* 

Misses Louisa and Grace Stewart, 



Of Calcutta, 

FROM THE 



BIood iAogal 



Edward I., crowned io^Eleanor (ist 

Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, Ferdinand III., King of 

d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 

=H 




of Cnrjlano. 



John, Count=Elizabeth, 

of Holland, d. 5 May, 

etc. (ist hus- 13 1 6 aged I fell at 

band), d. s.p. 32. | March 

s 

James Butler, Earl of=j=Eleanor= 
Carrick and Earl of Or- de 

monde (ist husband), Bohun. 
d. 6 June, 1337. 



phrey de Bohun. Earl of 

Hereford, etc. (2nd husban 1), 

Boroughl ridge, l5 



:Sir Thomas de Dag- 
worth (2nd husband), 
had summons to park. 
13 Nov. 1347. 



Petrunilla Butler (ist wife)- 



: Gilbert, Lord Talbot, sum. 
to parlt., d. 24 Aug. 1387. 



Elizabeth Talbot=f Sir Henry de Grey, Lord 
Grey de Wilton, d. 1395. 



John Darcy, 6th=f=Mar-a 
Baron Darcy | Grey 



ill".t — Mr 
Gr< 



Sir John Darcy, of Torksey,=r Joan, dau. of John, Lord 
co. "Line. I Greystoke. 

Richard Darcy=f Eleanor,dau. of John,=WilliamCIaxton, 
.p. (ist hus- I 4th Lord Scrope, of of East Bridge 



band). 



Sir William 
Torksey. 



Masham 
Darcy, of=j=Euph 



ford, d. 1496. 

of Sir John 



=j=£uphemia, dau. ot Mr John 
Langton.of Farnley, Yorks. 



Sir Thomas Darcy, K.G.,=j=Dowsabel(istwife)dau. and 
sum. to parlt., beheaded 20 I heir of Sir Richard Tem- 
June, 1538. I pest, knt., of Ridlesdale, 

^Northumberland. 

A, 



Sir George Dar^y, knighted 



blood , etc. Baron Darcy c 
24 Aug. 1557. 



-P'"'!"' tllV, 

~ir Joh 

"orks. 



John, 2nd Baron Darcy=j=Agnes, dau. of Thoi 
Babington, of Dethick, 
Derby. 



Michael Darcy, = 
o.v p. 15 Dec. 



Margaret, dau. ofcjasper Blytheman 
Thos.Wentworth, (2nd husband). 
Esq., buried 13 
Nov. 1614. 



Mary (1st wife)=William Savile,=j=Rosamond (2nd wife) 
dau. of William of Copley. | widow of John Booth, 

West, of Firbeck. of Glossop, m. 1639. 



die, of Cridling=f Katharine, dau. of Arthur 
5. I Ingram, of Knott-ngley, 

I Yorks, d. 16 Jan. 1692-3. 



=William Maude, of Vork, 
proctor and notary, buried 
there 14 Jan., 1714-15. 



Mary Savile : 



Mary Maude, bap. 27 Aug. 
169S, m. 7 Feb. 1722-3, d. 
24 April, 175S. 



John 
Marst 
York, 



Preston, rector of 
in, and prebendary of 
m. 10 March, 1763. 



Darcy Preston, of Askham 
Bryan, Yorks , d. 16 Nov. 



Tane (2nd wife) si=ter of 
Peier Consett, of Brawith 
Hall, Yorks. 



1847. 



,=FSophia, 4th dau. of Hon. Sir George 
, Nares, a judge of Common Pleas, d. 
AJan., :8 33 . 



John Mil k:t-,tr. n , B.A., R. .w'and Muckleston, fellow 1S36-55, Louisa, d. 11 May, Ann, m. isl 

incum!,-!!! ..f Wychnor, tut.r, and vice-provosl Worcester 1881, m. 12 Aug., to Arthur 

1B32-72 ; m. Mary, dau. Coll., Oxford, M.A., 1S36, rector 1842, to Robert Barteisby, 

of T. Levett, Esq., of of Dinedor, Herefordshire, 1S55. Stewart., Esq., cf whodieds.p, 

Wychnor Park, and died rural dean, etc., b. 29 Aug., 1S11, d. Torquay, he died 

s.p., July, 1877. 18S4. 26 Sept., i865.=p 



Robert Stewart, b.=fMifflce 
28 Jan., t8 4 4, d. I jea, 1 
10 Oct., 1876. J 18 75. 

Louisa Mary. Grace Muckleston. 



of Do' 



Rev. John Fletcher Muckleston. P.D., 
prebendary of Lichfield and Wolver- 
hampton d. 1844. 



Frederick Cuerton Man', m. 1 
Travers Smyth, Puckford, 
Esq.(2nd husband) both dead, 
m. 13 July, 1840, 
d. 19 July, 1870. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Henry Boulton married, 5th, 4 May, 1815, 
Emma, 4th daughter of Thomas Lane, Esq., of 
Selsden, Surrey, and youngest sister of his eldest 
son's wife; she died 15 Aug., 1864, having had 
an only son, 

[9//] James (Boulton\ MR.C.S. Eng. 1838, L.S.A. 
1S37 (Middlesex), surgeon to county Prison ; 21st in 
Descent from Edward I ; born 6 May, 1S16 ; mar- 
ried 1st, 12 Feb.. 1S39, Ann Kentish Cordelia, daughter 
of William Mathews, solicitor, Pontypool ; she died 
24 July, 1840, having had a daughter. 

(i| Emma Agnes Anne (Boulton) died young, 24 

Mr. James Boulton married 2ndly, 4 May, 1841, 
Catherine, youngest daughter, and one of the ten child- 
ren of Rev. Thomas Addams Williams, vicar of Usk (by 
his second wife, Annabel, youngest daughter of Samuel 
Marsh, Esq., of Clapham, M.P. for Chippenham); she 
died 31 March, 1S72 ; he married 3rd, 15 July, 1S75, 
Emma, daughter of Robert Boatfield, of Barnstaple, 
Devon. By his second wife he had 3 sons. 
(2) James Bowyer D'Arcy (Boulton), C.E., of Usk, 
born 5 Mirch, 1842. 

(3; Donald Fludyer (Boulton), of Usk, Mon., 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1S66, L.S.A. 1S67 (St. Barth.), born 
20 July, 1S43, married 15 Aug., 186S, Clara, daugh- 
ter of William Gething, of Newport, Mon., and has 
2 daughters. 
[1] Catherire Annabella Mary (Boulton). 
[2] Edith Augusta. 
(4) Charles Anthony (Boulton), of Usk, Mon., born 
3rd Jan., 1847. 



JOHN (Preston) of Askham Bryan, rector of 
Marston, and prebendary of York (see 
page 579) ; born 18 May, 1738; married 1st, 
Dorcas Jackson ; 2ndly, at Holy Trinity, King's- 
square, York, 10 March, 1763, Jane, sister of 
Peter Consett, of Brawith Hall, Yorks, and had 
with 5 daughters (of whom Louisa, married to 
Rev. John Fletcher Muckleston, D.D., see chart 
pedigree, page 583), an only son. 

-pyARCY PRESTON, of Askham Bryan, 
U D.L., Yorkshire, N. and W. Ridings, ad- 
miral R.N. 1841 ; served at the storming of Fort 
Royal, Martinique, 1794, and at the reduction 
of the island of St. Lucia ; baptized at St. 
Michael's, Ousebridge, York, 23 Feb, 1762; 
died 21 Jan., 1847; married 29 June, 1792, 
Sophia, 4th daughter of Hon. Sir George 
Nares, a judge of Common Pleas, and sister of 
Dr. Nares, regius professor of modern history, 
Oxford; she died Jan., 1833, having had 5 sons 
and 2 daughters {b) 



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[1/'] John D'Arcy Jervis Preston (of whom pre- 
sently). 

[2b] Edward (Preston), royal navy, died unmarried. 
[3*] William (Preston), capt. R.N., of Borde Hill 
House, Sussex, J. P. ; born ; died Dec, 

1851 : married 23 Oct., 1S33, Hamilla Mary, daughter 
of John Mangles, Esq., M.P., of Woodbridge, Surrey, 
and had a son and 3 daughters (d). 

(Id jb) Darcy Harrington (Preston), B.A , Trin. 
Coll., Camb., 1866; in holy orders 1868 71 ; 
born 19 Nov., 1S44; married 22 Nov., 1866, 
Harriet, daughter of Thomas Vipan, Esq., of 
Sutton, Isle of Ely; she died 30 Jan., 1873, 
leaving 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

William Darcy (Preston), bom 7 November, 1S69. 
Bertram Harrington, born 23 Oct., 1870. 
Emily Mary ; Edith ; Harriett. 
[Zd-si) Frances. 

(Sd-jb) Ellen Jane, married 15 Sept., 1858, as 2nd 
wife to Lieut. -Col. Thomas Stannard Mac Adam, of 
Blackwater, co. Clare, and has 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

Frank Robert Preston (MacAdam), lieut. 1st batt. 
P.W.O. West Yorkshire regt., born 26 Aug., 
1859 ; Walter, lieut. R.E., born ; 

Charlotte Honor ; Grace. 
[4/;] Charles (Preston), in the army ; died s.p. 1 Jan., 
1861 ; married, 1S47, Mary Sullivan, daughter of John 
Dalton, Esq., of Slenningford, Yorks (see Foster's York- 
shire Collection) ; she re-married, 1S62, as 2nd wife to 
Rev. William Fisher, M.A. canon of Salisbury. 
[3/;] D'Arcy (Preston), H.E.I.C.S., married Jessie, 
daugh'er of Col. Forest, and died s.p. 
[6b] Sophia. 

[7*] Anne (Preston), married to Edward 

Probyn Nares, and had, with other issue, a son, 
Edward Nares, capt. R.N. ; married July, 1863, 

Augusta Frances, daughter of late William John 
Law, Esq., of Horsted, Sussex (see page 264) ; she 
died 28 Jan., 1S65, leaving a daughter, 
Agnes Sophia (Nares), born 19 Jan., 1S65. 

JOHN D'ARCY JERVIS PRESTON, ot 
Askham Bryan, M.A., Merton College, 
Oxford, 1823, in holy orders; born 28 March, 
1794; died s Aug., 1867; married 1st, 3 April, 
1821, Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Spence, of 
Kensington, M.D. ; she died Jan., 1833, having 
had 4 sons and 5 daughters (c). 

[lc-ib] John D'Arcy War-cop (Preston), first- 
named (see page 577). 

[2c-ib] Charles Edward (Preston), major, born 16 
April, 1S26; married, 14 July, 1875, Kmmeline, 2nd 
daughter of Philip S. Feake Martin, Esq., of 
Alvediston, Wilts, s.p. 

[Zc-ib] D'Arcy Spence, rear-admiral R.N., bom 26 
May, 1S27, unmarried. 

\icib] William Worcup Peter Consett, of Brawith 
Hall, Yorks., J. P., D.L. N.R., assumed the name 
and arms of Consett in compliance with the testa- 
mentary injunction of Peter Consett, Esq., of Bra- 
with Hall, Yorks. ; bom 6 Jan., 1833 ; married 
10 Nov., 1864, Harriet Georgiana Edith, eldest 
daughter of Lord Charles Lennox Kerr (see Foster's 
Peerage, Marquis of Lothian), and has 2 sons 
and 6 daughters. 

D'Arcy Pre ton (Consett), born 28 March, 1870 
Montagu William, born 15 April, 1871 ; Violet 
Elizabeth, Victoria Florence, Winifred Edith, Mildred 
Sophia, Vera Margaret, Cordelia Mary. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



4i 



[5l-//i] Fanny (Preston), married 19 October, 1S53, 
as 2nd wife to Rev. Sir Thomas Eardley Wilmot 
Blomefield, Bart, (see also page 554) ; he died 
21 Nov., 1878, leaving by her 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

(1) Malcolm (Blomefield), born 1 June, 185S. 

(2) Arthur Hugh, born I Dec, 1862. 

(3) Laura Elizabeth, married 2 Aug., 1882, to 
Rev. Alfred Ernest Jalland, of Wakefield, and has 
a son and daughter. 

Ernest Henry (Jalland), born 2} June, 1SS3. 
Ethel Mary, born 27 May, 1884. 

(4) Margaret Edith. 

[6^-//'] Sophia Elizabeth (Preston), married 3 April, 
1S50, to Rev. John Blomefield. M.A., vicar of Ad 
Saints, Knightsbridge, since 1873; of St. George, 
Leeds, 1857-73 (brother of late Rev. Sir T. E. W. 
Blomefield, Bart., aforesaid), and has had with other 
issue 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

Eardley Wilmot (Blomefield), born 7 Jan., 1S55. 

Laurence Woodyeare, born 8 Oct., 1870. 

Sophia Mary, Emily Louisa, Margaret Ellen, 

Annie Hamilla. 
tc-ib\ Jane (Preston). 



[8,-7/.] Margaret Laura, married April, 1858, to 

Rev. Constantine Barnard Yeoman, M.A., Trin. Coll 
Cambridge, 1S48 ; vicar of Manfield, Yorks, since 
i860; of Yeddingham, 1S48-54; vicar of Marhuhn 
Northants, 1854-60; J. P. Yorks, North Riding, and 
has 7 daughters, 
Margaret Constance (Yeoman) ; Harriot Emily ; 
Sophia Bruce ; Laura Cecilia ; Eva Dorothy ; Char- 
lotte ; Mary. 
[9c-ji>] Emily Anne, married 30 Sept., 1S68, as 
2nd wife to Rev. John Fountain Woodyeare-Wood 
yeare, of Crookhill, Yorks, who died s.p.s. 25 July, 1SS0. 

Rev. John D'Arcy Jervis Preston married 

2ndly, 1835, Hannah Elizabeth, 2nd daughter 

of late Sir John St. Ledger Oilman, Bart., she 

died , leaving an only daughter, 

[Wc-/6] Hannah Elizabeth Preston, married 12 

October, 1870, to Rev. Edward Barber, B.A., vicar of 

Caileton, Yorks, since 1870, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

Charles Edward Gillman (Barber), born 12 Oct., 

1871 ; Frances Mary; Winnifred Hough; Constance 

Elizabeth. 



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42 •£« The « Descent * of •<•• 

Henry Maclean Martin, 

Of Boston, U.S.A., 



FROM THE 



Blootj ftoual 



Edward III., crowned i=j=Philippa, 3rd dau. of 
Feb., 1327, b. 13 Nov., I William, Count of Holland 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. I and Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 
1328, d. 15 Aug. 1369. 




of ISnglanU. 



Eimund, Duke of York,=j=Isabel (1st wife), youngest 
K.G.,5thson, d. atLangley, I dau. and co-heir of Peter, 
l Aug. 1402. I King of Castile, 

Constance of Langley. : 



1372- 



=Thomas, 6th Baron le 
Despencer, cr. Earl of Glou- 
I cester, 1397, beheaded at 
[ Bristol, 16 Jan. 1400. 

Isabel le Despencer, b. 26=pRichard Beauchamp, Lord 
July, 1400, m. 27 July 1411, I Bergavenny (1st husband), 
d. 26 Dec. 1440. cr. Earl of Worcester 1420, 

d. 1422. 



Sir Edward Nevill, sum. 
to pari, as Baron Berga- 
venny, 1450-72, d. 18 Oct. 
1476. 



Elizabeth Beauchamp, Ba- : 
roness Bergavenny, b. at 
Hanley Castle, 16 Dec. 
1415, d. 18 June, 1447 (1st 
wife). 



Sir George Nevill, LorcV 
Bergavenny, sum. to pari. 
1482-92, d. 20 Sept. 1492. 



Margaret (1st wife), dau. 
and heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, 
of Sculton, d. 28 Sept. 
1485. 



Sir Edward Nevill, of=pEleanor, widow of Ralph, 
Addin^ton Park, Kent, be- J 8th Lord Scrape, of Mas- 
headed on Tower Hill, 9 ham, dau. of Andrew, Lord 
Jan. 1538-9. I Windsor. 



atherine=i=Clement Throckmorton, of 
Nevill. Hanley, Warwickshire, d. 
A'9 Oct. 1594. 



continued ahot'e 



Martha Throckmorton, bur. =j=George Lynne, of South- 
at Southwick,3oDec. 1600, I wick Hall, Northants, bur. 
aged 49. there 29 Nov. 1617. 



Isabel, sister of Sir Anthony 
Forrest, of Morborn, Hunts, 
Knt. 



George Lynne, of South-- 
wick Hall, d. 5 Nov. 1606. 



Martha Lynne=j=Tohn Blennerhassett, of 
Ballys 
Tralee, 16 



Robert Blennerhassett=j=Avice, dau. and co-heir of 
"1663. 



John Blennerhassett, "Black=f=Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Rev. 
Jack "of Castle Conway, | Benjamin Cross, D.D., she 
co. Kerry. d. 22 March, 1732. 



Conway Blennerhassett, of 
Castle Conway, M.P. Tra- 
lee, 1723-4, b. 3 Oct. 1693, 
d. 7 June, 1724. 



Harman, of Bawne, co. 
Longford. 



Conway Blennerhassett, of=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Major 
Castle Conway, and of Kil- I Thomas Lacy. 
lorglin, co. Kerry, b. 3 
June, 1720. 



Catherine Blennerhassett=f=Capt. Robert Agnew, of 
I Howlish, co. Durham. 



Elizabeth Agnew, youngest =j=Rev. Austin Martin, incum- 
dau. m. 20 May, 1792, d. I bent of Tarbert, co. Kerry, 
27 Feb. 1830. I d. 15 May, 1831. 



Austin Robert. 



._ 'S3tfs 

Edward, b. 17 Feb. 17 
1797. d. 1798. Oct. 1870. 



4 MoiilcnnnrvAtiicwMir. s WilliamWynne 7 Kev. K.ibert Ag- 6daugh- 

tin, d. 1869, m. 1827, Cath- b. 1S02, d. 182°. new Martin,d.i8 75 ters. 

erine, dau.ofFr. M'Gilli- 6 Charles, b. and m. Frideswide, da. 

cuddy. =p d. 1805. of R. Sandys, Esq. 



Frances Coffin, dau. of (Hon.) N:uhan Alexandei 
Crosby, LL.D., of Lowell, Mass., b. 12 Jan. 
U.S.A., m. 9 Aug., 1848. 



3 No, 
[5S6] 



Francis Coffin 
A.B., M.D., b 
22 March, 1858. 



Frances Moodv, 
April, 1855, d. r 7 
1857. 




1VTARTIN, HENRY MACLEAN, of Boston, 

U.S.A., 19TH IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD 

III., born 15 May, 1849; married 10 Nov., 
1S84, Caroline, daughter of David D. Colton, 
of San Francisco. 





The Descent of 

Henry Maclean Martin, of Boston, u s.a., 

from the Blood Royal of England. 

,DWARD HI., 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, 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 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 1 1 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 five years 
(for further particulars, see Royal Lineage, 



Foster's Peerage). The King died at Sheen, 
Surrey, 21 June, 1377. having had, with other 
issue, 

T^DMUND of Langley, 5th son, born at 
*-* King's Langley, Herts, 5 June, 1341 ; 
Lord of Tindale, K.G., Earl of Cambridge by 
charter 13 Nov. 1362; constable of Dover Castle; 
warden of the Cinque Ports, 12 July, 1376; a 
commissioner during the tutelage of his nephew 
Richard II. ; commanded an army in Portugal 
in support of the claim of John of Gaunt to the 
throne of Castile, 1 381; created DukeofYork6 
Aug. 1385 ; Warden of the kingdom during the 
King's absence in Ireland, 1394-5; died at 
Langley, 1 Aug. 1402, married 1st, 1372, 
Isabel, younger daughter and co heir of Peter 
(the Cruel), King of Castile and Leon ; her will 
dated 6 Dec. (6 Rich. II.), 1382. The Duke 
married 2ndly, Joane, daughter of Thomas 
Holland, Earl of Kent; she re-married 1st, 
to William, Lord Willoughby of Eresby ; 2ndly, 
to Henry, Lord Scrope ; and lastly, to Henry 
Bromflete, Lord Vescy, for which marriage they had 
a pardon 14 Aug. 4 Hen. V.; she died s. p. By 
his 1 st wife the Duke of York had with 2 sons 
an only daughter. 

CONSTANCE, marriedto the ill-fated Thomas, 
6th Baron Le Despencer, two years old 
at his father's death, had summons to parliament 
30 Nov. (20 Richard II.), 1396; and iS July 
2 r Richard II.), 1397; in the latter year he 
obtained the reversal of the Act of Parliament, 
declaring his ancestors, Hugh 3rd and Hugh 
4th Barons, traitors. Created Earl of 
Gloucester, 29 Sept. 1397 (by virtue of his 
descent from Hugh le Despencer by his wife 
Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of Gilbert de Clare, 
Earl of Gloucester, by his wife, Joan of Acre, 
daughter of Edward I.); Richardll. granted him 



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44 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



several manors, and he shared the misfortunes of 
that monarch, for he was degraded in the ist 
Parliament of Henry IV. ; was captured at Bristol 
when attempting to escape from the kingdom, 
and beheaded by the rabble in the market-place 
1 6 Jan., 1400, had with other issue a daughter. 

ISABEL LE DESPENCER, sister and 
-*■ eventually (141 4) sole heir of Richard Le 
De Spencer; born (posthumous) at Cardiff, 26 
July, 1400 ; died 26 Dec , 1440 ; made her will 1 
Dec, 1439, proved 4 Feb., 1439-40 ; to be 
buried at Tewkesbury; she married ist, "on 
the day of the Seven Sleepers," 27 July, 141 1, to 
Richard Beauchamp, Lord Bergavenny, though 
his name does not appear among the barons of 
Parliament in 1417 and 1419; created Earl of 
Worcester 1420 (son of William, Lord Beau 
champ de Bergavenny by his wife Joane 
daughter of Richard, and co-heir of her brother 
Thomas, Earls of Arundel); he died 1422, 
being mortally wounded at Meaux, in France ; 
buried at Tewkesbury ; she re-married to her 
husband's cousin, Richard Beauchamp, 5th Earl 
of Warwick, K.G., by whom she also had issue ; 
he died 30 April, 1438 ; by her ist husband, the 
Earl of Worcester, she had an only daughter, 

ELIZABETH BEAUCHAMP, Baroness 
■ L -' Bergavenny, or Baroness Beauchamp of 
Bergavenny; born at Hanley Castle, co. Wor- 
cester, 16 Dec. 1415 ; died 18 June, 1447; 
buried at the Carmelites, Coventry; married 
before 1426, as ist wife, to Sir Edward Neville 
(6th son of Ralph, ist Earl of Westmorland, 
though 4th son by his 2nd wife, Joan Beaufort, 
daughter of John of Gaunt) ; had livery with 
his wife of the lands, but not of the castle of Ber- 
gavenny, 14 Henry VI. ; knighted by John, Duke 
of Bedford, at Leicester, Whitsuntide, 4 Henry 
VI., with his brothers, William and George 
Nevill (Lord Latimer), and the king himself; 
had summons to parliament as a baron from 5 
Sept. (29 Henry VI.), 1450, to 19 Aug. (12 
Edward IV.), 1472; in 10 Edward IV. he was a 
commissioner of array for Kent to oppose the 
Duke of Clarence and the Earl of Warwick ; he 
married 2ndly (dispensation 15 Oct., 1448), 
Catherine Howard, sister of John, first Duke 
of Norfolk (seepage 5); and died 18 Oct., 



1476, leaving by his first wife, with other issue, 
a son. 

CIR GEORGE NEVILL, Lord Bergavenny ; 
^ had livery of the lands of his father and 
mother, 12 Jan. (16 Edward IV.), 1476-7; one 
of the barons at the coronation of Richard III. ; 
served in the wars in France ; knighted for his 
services at the battle of Tewkesbury by Edward 
IV. at Barton, 9 May, 147 1 ; had summons to 
parliament 15 Nov., 1482, to 12 Aug., 1492; 
born at Raby Castle, co. Durham, 1440; died 
20 Sept., 1492 ; buried at Lewes Priory, Sussex; 
will dated 1 July, 1491 ; proved 1492 (see Tes- 
tamenta Vetusla, page 406) ; he married ist, Mar- 
garet, daughter and heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, of 
Sculton Burdeleys, Norfolk, and of Braintree, 
Essex, treasurer of the household to Henry VI. ; 
she died 28 Sept., 1485. His widow, Elizabeth, 
made her will 14 April (proved 19 June), 1500 
describing herself as of Berghdenne, parish of 
Chartham, Kent, widow, and naming her 4 
husbands; her 2nd was Richard Naylor, citizen 
of London, her 3rd Robert Bassett, and her last 
husband John S'okker, Lord Bergavenny had 
by his ist wife with 3 daughters 5 sons. 

[1] George, succeeded as 3rd Lord Bergavenny. 

[2] William, died s. p. 

[3] Sir Edward Nevill, of Addington Park, of whom 

presently. 

[4] Sir Thomas, of Mereworth, Kent, speaker of the 

House of Commons, 1514-23 ; died 29 May, 1542, leaving 

a daughter. 

[5] Sir John, a knight of Rhodes. 

SIR EDWARD NEVILL, of Addington Park, 
Kent, knight banneret for his bravery at the 
siege of Therouenne, 5 Hen. VIII. ; one of the 
commanders of the forces under the Duke of 
Suffolk in the expedition to France, 15 Hen. VIII. ; 
a gentleman of the bedchamber at the christen- 
ing of Prince Edward, 15 Oct., 1537 ; but on 

3 Nov. in the following year he was imprisoned 
in the Tower, and 3 Jan. indicted for " devising 
to maintain, promote and advance one Reginald 
Pole, late dean of Exeter, enemy to the king 
beyond the sea, and to deprive the king," was 
attainted and beheaded on Tower Hill 9th of 
same month, 1538-9; married Eleanor, widow 
of Ralph, 8th Lord Scrope, of Masham, daughter 
of Andrew, Lord Windsor, and had with 3 sons 

4 daughters, of whom the eldest, 



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45 



/CATHERINE, married istly to 

^-^ Royden, and, 2ndly, to Clement Throck- 
morton, of Haseley, Warwick, sewer to the 
Queen temp. Henry VIII. j a commander at the 
siege of Boulogne, 1544 (son of Sir George 
Throckmorton, co. Warwick, by Katherine 
Vaux, also of royal descent) ; he died 19 Oct., 
1594 (? 18 Oct., 1599), having had 6 sons and 
7 daughters (see page 565), of whom 

MARTHA THROCKMORTON ( 4 th 
*■**• daughter), buried at Southwick 30 Dec, 
1 600, aged 49 ; married to George Lynne, of 
Southwick Hall, Northants (son and heir of 
George Lynne, of Southwick, by his wife Amicia, 
daughter of Sir Edward Montagu, lord chief 
justice of England, ancestor of the Duke of 
Manchester; see Foster's Peerage); he was buried 
at Southwick 29 Nov , 1617, having had with 9 
daughters, 4 sons (see page 565), of whom the 
eldest 

r* EORGE LYNNE, of Southwick Hall, died 
^ J 5, buried in Southwick church 6 Nov., 
1606; inquisition post mortem 26 August, 5 
James I.; he married Isabella, daughter of 
Myles and sister of Sir Anthony Forrest, of Mor- 
born, Hunts, Knt., where she was baptised 26 
July, 1575; had with 4 sons (see page 565) 
6 daughters, of whom, 

JV/J ARTHA, married to John Blennerhassett, 
■ LVA Esq., of Ballyseedy, co. Kerry; M.P. 
Tralee, 1661; (eldest son of Robert Blenner- 
hassett, Esq., of Ballycarty, and his wife Elizabeth 
Conway); he made his will 18 Oct., 1673, 
proved 14 Sept., 1676, and had 3 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] John (Blennerhassett), of Ballyseedy, M.P. Tralee, 
Dingle, and co. Kerry ; high sheriff, 165S ; his will 
proved 1667 ; married Elizabeth, daughter of 

Sir Edward Denny, Knt. , of Tralee ; she was born 25 
Feb., 1635, and had 2 sons and a daughter (see page 691). 
[2] Robert, of whom presently. 

[3] Thomas, of Littur, co. Kerry, made his will 
8 June 1695, married Ellen, daughter of Anthony 
Stoughton, of Raitoo, co. Kerry, clerk of the court of 
Castle Chamber (by his wife Honora, daughter of Dermot 
O'Brien, Lord Inchiquin), and had 6 "daughters (see 
Rax mond Tedigree, page 639). 

[4] Mary (Blennerhassett). married to Capt. Thomas 
Wren, of Littur, co. Kerry, and had a son (ancestor of 
the family still seated there) ; and a daughter Martha, 
married to William Fitz Gerald. 

[5] Alice, married to Edmond Conway, of Cloghane (son 
of Capt. James Conway, of Cattle Conway, co. Kerry, 
by Elizabeth, daughter and sole heir of Edmond Roe. by 



his wife, Alice, daughter of Jenkin Conway), and had 

a son. 

James Conway, of Cloghane, married, 1st, Catherine, 
daughter of Patrick Fitzgerald, of Gallerus, son of the 
Knight of Kerry (see p. 213) ; he married, 2nd, 
Honora, daughter of Rev. Vere Hunt, by his wife, 
Constance, daughter of Sir William Piers, of Trister 
nagh, co. Westmeath, 2nd Bart.) ; by his 1st wife he 
had an only daughter, 

Alice Conway, married, as 1st wife, to Col. John 
Colthurst, of Ballyhally, and had 3 sons and 2 
daughters (see page 715). 

6] Lucy, married to John Walker, a lieut. in the English 

army, 1641, and had a daughter, 

Martha Walker, married, about 16S0, to Thomas 
Shiercliffe, of Castle Gregory, and died 16S3, leaving 
2 daughters. 

(1) Alice (Shiercliffe), married to Edward Rice, and 
had 4 daughters. 

[1] Christian (Rice), married to Edward Conway, 

and had an only surviving child, 

Mary Rice (Conway), died 15 July, 1S25; married 
18 May, 17S4, to John Hurly, Esq., clerk of the 
crown and peace fur Kerry; he died 26 Nov., 
1829, leaving issue. 

[2] Alice. 

[3] Mary, marr'ed to Richard, youngest son of 

Henry Blennerhassett, and had issue (see pjge 567). 

[4] Martha (Rice). 

(2) Martha (Shiercliffe), of Moyalla, co. Cork. 

DO BERT BLENNERHASSETT (son of 
John Blennerhassett and Martha Lynne), 
married Avice, daughter and co-heir of Jenkin 
or Edward Conway, of Killorglin or Castle 
Conway, co. Kerry, with whom he acquired the 
greater part of the estates granted to John 
Conway; she died April, 1663, having had 3 
sons and 5 daughters (a). 
[la] John, of whom see page 593a. 
[2a] Thomas (Blennerhassett), married Jane Darby, of 
Wales, and had 3 sons and 4 daughters ('/>). 

{U-2a) John ; (2b-2a) Chiswell ; and (Zb-2a) Arthur ; 
one of whom had a son, 

Thomas Blennerhassett, of Annadale, CO. Kerry, 
many years treasurer of Kerry ; married Alicia 
Brunton, widow, daughter of John Philip O'Brien, 
of Kilowa, co. Clare, and had with 5 sons a daughter. 
Anne Blennerhassett, died 13 Aug., 1S56 ; 
married Oct., 1800, to Peter Thompson, of 

Tralee, treasurer of Kerry (on the death of his 
father-in-law) ; he died 3 Jan., 1850, having had 
5 sons and 2 daughters (c). 

[If] David Peter ^Thompson) of Stonf stown and 
Park, King's co., J. P., born 1S03; died 7 

Jan , 1845 ; married 2 Dec, 1S3S, his cousin 
Anna Maria, eldest daughter of George Thompson, 
Esq., of Clonskeagh Castle, and had 3 sons and 
2 daughters. 

(1) Peter Hamlet (Thompson), of Stonestown 
and Park, King's co., J.P., High Sheriff 1S75 ! 
born 1839 ; died, 1S83 ; 
married, 28 Aug., 1S73, >Iar y Anne, daughter 
of John W Tarleton, Esq., of Killeigh, 
King's co. 

(2) George Irwin (Thompson), an officer 96th 
regt., died Tan , 1867. 

(3) Blennerhassett David, of Claremcnt, co. 
Westmeath. 

(4) Ellen Wade, married Tan.. 1S66. to 



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lieut.-col., Henry A. Little, Bengal Staff Corps, 

late of Royal Fusiliers. 

(5) Hannah Gerrard, died July, 1868; 

married, June, 1866, to H. W. Cuppage, 

49th Light Infantry. 
[2<] Thomas Blennerhassett (Thompson), born, 
1S04 ; died, 1853 ; married, 1828, 

Meliora, daughter of John Young, Esq., of Phil- 
pot'stown, and had ason and daughter. 

(1) Peter Henry, lieut., 88th regt.; died un- 
married 1854, 

(2) Mary Anne, married 5 Feb., 1856, to 
William Rynd, Esq., of Messina. 

[3<] William. 

[4<] Henry, capt., 74th Highlanders, died un- 
married. 

[5,] Robert Acheson (Thompson) of Sandville, 
co. Kerry, born ; married 30 Oct., 

1841, Christina Frances, daughter of Francis Chris- 
topher Bland, Esq., of Deiriquin, co. Kerry (see 
page 771)), and has had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Peter (Thompson), born 9 Aug., 1845; 
died unmarried. 

(2) Robert Acheson, born 5 Sept., 1848 ; died 
unmarried 

(3) Edward Herbert, born 21 Nov., 1851 ; 
died unmarried. 

(4) William, M.D.R.N., born 18 Jan., 1854. 

(5) Lucy Ann 

(6) Clara Dalinda, died 8 Oct., 1S73, having 
married 21 Sept., 1871, to George Anthony 
Denny, M.D. v see page 726) ; he died March, 
1873, leaving an only daughter 

Ethel (Denny). 
(6c) Annie died young. 

[7rj Alicia (Thompson) married 1820, to 

Ven. Arthur Blennerhassett Rowan, archdeacon 
of Ardfert, rector of Kilgobbin, who died 14 
Aug., 1S61, having had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Major William Rowan, of Belmont, Tralee, 
born 25 March, 1830 ; married first, 

1859, his cousin Katherine, daughter ot 
Thomas Higginbotham Thompson, of Clons- 
keagh Castle, co. Dublin ; she died 

having had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Thomas Thompson (Rowan), lieut. R.A., 

born 22 Nov., 1861. 

[2] Arthur Blennerhasselt. [3] Arthur. 

[4] Martha Alice. [5] Annie. 
Major Rowan married secondly 16 Oct., 1877, 
Ka harine Wilhelmina, daughter of Richard 
Huggard, of Tralee, solicitor (see page 640), and 
has a daughter. 

[6] Marion Annie (Rowan). 

(2) Arthur ED. (3) Annie. 
(4) Meliora died. (S) Arabella (Rowan) died. 

(U-za) Elizabeth, married to William Conron, and 
had a daughter, Mary, 1733. 

(5/i-za) Avice, married to Rev. Thomas Collis, vicar 
of Dingle, and had 3 daughters. 
[1] Jane, married 1st, to Rev. Frederick Mullins, 
eldest brother of Thomas, 1st Lord Ventry ; he died 
s.p. ; she re-married, as 2nd wife, to Rev. Arthur 
Herbert, of Cahirnane and Currens, rector of Tralee, 
and had a daughter (see pages 3S0 and 660). 
[2] Mary, 1733. [3] Isabella, 1735. 

[Gi-z.i) Jane, married 9 Aug., 1731, to Maurice 
OConnell, Esq., of Imlaghmore, co. Kerry (eldest 
son nf Geoffrey O'Connell, of Kilkeevera, co. Kerry, 
by Elizabeth, daughter of Edmond Conway of Glan- 
beigh), and had a son and daughter. 

(1) Geoffrey O'Connell, married Elizabeth Conway, 
of Glanbeigh, and had a son, 

Thomas O'Connell, M.D., of Tralee, who married 



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Ellen, daughter of David Tuohy, of Tralee, and 

had a son and a daughter, 

(2) Mary (O'Connell), died Oct., 1836; married 

3 June, 1802, to her cousin, Daniel O'Connell, of 

Darrynane, co. Kerry, "the liberator;" M.P. 

Clare 182S-30, co. Waterford 1830,00. Kerry, 1831, 

Dublin 1S32-6, Kilkenny 1S36-7, Dublin 1837-41, 

co. Cork 1841-7 ; admitted to Gray's Inn 26 April, 

1796 ; barrister-at-law King's Inns, Q.C. (son of 

Morgan O'Connell, of Carhen and Iveragh, co. Kerry 

(see Foster's Baronetage) ; born 6 Aug., 1775 ; died 

15 May, 1S47, having had 4 sons and 3 daughters (a). 

[1-rf] Maurice Daniel (O'Connell), M.P. Clare 

1831-2, Tralee 1832-7, 1S38-53; admitted to Gray's 

Inn 27 Jan., 1824; died 18 June, 1S53, having 

married , 1832, Frances Mary, only 

daughter of John Binden Scott, Esq., of Cahircon, 

co. Clare, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters (e). 

(le-id) Daniel, of Darrinane Abbey, co. Kerry, 

J.P., D.L. and high sheriff; born 20 Nov., 1836; 

married 25 April, 1861, Isabella Mary, daughter 

of Denis Shine Lawlor, Esq., of Castlelough and 

Grenagh House, co. Kerry, and has 5 daughters. 

Isabella Mary ; Kathleen ; Margaret 

Gertrude ; Eileen ; Frances. 

(2e-ni) John Maurice, born 12 April, 1839 ; 

married 9 Aug., 1873, Mary Kathleen, only 

daughter of Daniel McCartie, Esq., of Ardna- 

geeha, co. Cork, and has a son and 6 daughters. 

Daniel Maurice, born 18 Sept., 1878. 

Anna Mary ; Mary Helena ; Kate Mary 

Monica ; Frances Mary Laura; Aileen Mary ; 

Jane Mary. 

(3) Fanny, died 1878. 

(4) Mary, married 25 Nov., 1858, to Daniel 
McCartie, Esq., of Headfort, co. Kerry, and 
has 5 sons and 4 daughters. 

Denis (McCartie), born 28 Oct., 1862. 
Maurice, born 29 May, 1864. 
Daniel Joseph, born 9 Aug., 1S65. 
Charles John, born 27 Dec, 1S66. 
Jeremiah Joseph, born 7 Dec, 1877. 
Jane; Frances Mary; Mary; Elizabeth 
Catherine Mary. 
[2d] Morgan, M.P. co. Meath, 1832-41 ; regis- 
trar of deeds, Ireland, 1848-68 ; born 31 Oct., 
1804 ; died s.p., 20 Jan., 18S5 ; married 23 July, 
1S40, Kate Mary, daughter of Michael Balfe, 
Esq., of South Park, co. Roscommon. 
[3,/] John, M.P. Youghal 1S32-7, Athlone 1S37, 
Kilkenny 1841, Limerick 1847-51, Clonmel 1853-7; 
clerk of the hanaper, Ireland ; barrister-at-law, 
admitted to King's Inns, Hilary, 1831 ; called 
Michaelmas, 1S37 ; born 24 Dec, 1810; died 24 
May, 1S58, having married 28 March, 1S38, 
Elizabeth, daughter of James Ryan, LL.D., of 
Jubilee Hall, co. Dublin ; she died 9 April, 1S77, 
having had 3 sons and 5 daughters (/). 

(\f-3d) Daniel, admitted to King's Inns, Hilary, 
1859 ; called 1864 ; born 23 March, 1839 ; 
drowned 1 June, 1872. 

W-3<i) John, C.E. of Bombay, a capt. of Volun- 
teers ; born 26 Feb., 1843 ; married 27 March, 
1S73, Mary, daugeter of Henry Baldwin, Esq., 
of Dublin, and has 3 sons and a daughter. 
John Henry, born 24 April, 1875; Daniel 
John Joseph Patrick, born 27 Nov., 1879 ; 
Henry John Joseph Patrick, born 25 June, 
1881 ; Mary Margaret. 
{S/jd) Morgan John Joseph Patrick, 1st Hamp- 
shire, capt. 37th regt., A.D.C. to lieut. -gen. 
com. -in-chief Cape 1880; born 27 Oct., 1S45; 
died unmarried 2~2 Sept., 1881. 
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James Sullivan, of Kilkenny, J. P., and has 3 
sons and 6 daughters. 

Richard (Sullivan), born 29 Aug., 1872 ; John, 
born 16 Dec, 1S74 ; James Joseph, born 19 
March, 1S85 ; Elizabeth ; Frances ; Mar)' i 
Eleanor ; Kathleen ; Alice. 
(bf-jti) Mary, married 26 Nov., 1S67, to Andrew 
Nugent Comyn, Esq., of Ballinderry, co. 
Galway, J. P., and of Ryefield, co. Ros- 
common, and has had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 
Nicholas O'Connell (Comyn), born 19 June, 
1869; John, born 21 May, 1871, died 
1881 ; Andrew David, born, 23 Sept., 1S72; 
Lewis, J. J .P. Ward, born March, 

1878; Elizabeth Mary; Mary Sabina, died 
, 1S83 ; Geraldine Mary ; Eily Mary. 
(6/-j,/) Eily (O'Connell), a nun. 
(if -3d) Kathleen, married 29 July, 1SS5, toCapt. 
Michael Joseph Balfe, of South Park, co. Ros- 
common. 
(8/S<i) Alice. 
[id] Daniel, M.P. Dundalk 1S46-7, Waterford 
1847-8, Tralee 1S53-63 ; commissioner of income tax 
1863 ; capt. Kerry militia ; admitted to King's Inns, 
Easter 1838 ; born 22 Aug., 1816; married 23 Oct., 
1866, Ellen Mary, daughter of Ebenezer Foster, Esq., 
of Cambridge, and has 4 sons and 3 daughters. 
Daniel John Foster William, born 19 Jan., 
1873 ; Maurice Francis Joseph Benedict, born 
21 March, 1874; Geoffrey Owen Morgan Leo, 
born 18 Feb., 1876; Morgan Macfarlane, 
born 1 Dec, 1S79 ; Eily Mary Foster; Mary 
Elizabeth Kathleen ; Dorothy. 
\bd] Ellen (O'Connell), died 27 January, 1883 ; 
married 1825, to Christopher Fitz- 

Simon, of Glancullen, co. Dublin and Ballina- 
mona, co. Wicklow ; J. P., D.L., clerk of the 
crown and hanaper ; M.P. co. Dublin 1832,5, 
1835-7 ; he 4 ied 25 July, 1856, having had 
with other issue, 4 sons and 3 daughters (g). 
(lg-jd) Christopher O'Connell (FitzSimon), of 
Glancullen, co. Dublin, J. P., D.L., and of 
Ballinamona, co. Wicklow ; high sheriff 1S61 ; 
born 12 Aug., 1S30 ; died 16 Nov. 1884, having 
married I Aug., 1866, Agnes Teresa, daugh- 
ter of late Capt. Richard Leyne, of Annagh, 
co. Kerry (see page 629), and had 4 sons and 
a daughter. 

Christopher James O'Connell, born 30 June, 
1867. Richard O'Connell, Daniel O'Connell, 
Edward O'Connell, Ellen O'Connell. 
(ig-^d) Thomas O'Connell, married and died. 
[tig-jd] Henry O'Connell (FitzSimon), of Balli- 
namona, co. Wicklow ; J. P. co. Dublin, married 
and has issue. 

(ig-jd) Maurice O'Connell, died unmarried. 
(Sg-^d) Mary O'Connell, (FitzSimon), died 26 
May, 1877 ; married 19 Nov. 1849, to Henry 
Edward Redmond, Esq. of Dungarvan, resident 
magistrate since i860 ; served in 2nd Queen's 
and (lieut.) 54th regis.; and has had 8 sons 
and a daughter. 

(1) Gabriel O'Connell HtzSimon (Redmond), 
of Copppoquin, co. Waterford, M.D., 
born 15 Oct., 1850; married 1st, 30 Oct., 
1873, Catalina Netterville, daughter of late 
Edwar Netterville Barron. Esq., of Ballyna- 
courty House, co. Waterford ; she died 10 
Feb., 1877, leaving a daughter. 
[1] Mary Catalina Gabriella. 
Dr. Redmond married 2ndly, 1 Sept., 1SS1, 
Helen, eldest daughter of John Quinlan, of 
Clonkerdin House, co.Waterlord, deputy clerk 
of Lieutenancy, and has 2 sons and a daughter. 



[2] Henry Edward, born 28 June, 1882. 
[3] John Raymond, born 4 June, 1883. 
[4] Clarissa Ellen. 

(2) Christopher Douglas (Redmond) died 30 
Sept., 1855. 

(3) Henry Douglas Johnstone (Redmond), 
of 104th or Royal Munster Fusileers, late 
2nd West India regt., born 10 Aug., 1853. 

(4) Daniel O'Connell, died 10 Oct., 1855. 
[5] Raymond O'Connell, born 6 Aug., 1856, 
died II May, 1880. 

(6) Thomas O'Connell, born 21 Dec, 185S ; 
married July, 1SS1, Nellie Butler, and has 
Henry Edward, and John. 

(7) Christopher FitzSimon, died 15 Aug., 
1863. 

(8) John Johnstone, bom 19 Feb., 1864. 

(9) Ellen Philadelphia, born 21 July, 1865. 
[Bg-jd] Ellen O'Connell (FitzSimon), married 1st, 
26 April, 1859, to Charles Bianconi, D.L., co. 
Tipperary (sun of Charles Bianconi and Eliza 
Hayes), he died 2 March, 1S64, having had 4 
daughters. 

(1) Ellen O'Connell (Bianconi), married 19 
Aug., 1880, to Victor E. Collins, Esq. 

(2) Elizabeth O'Connell (Bianconi), married 
30 May, 1882, to Clement Ryan, Esq., of 
Scarteen, co. Limerick. 

(3) Charlotte Mary, died March, 1864, a 
twin with 

(4) Katharine Mary. 

Mrs. Charles Bianconi re-married 28 March, 
1867, to Patrick Charles Hayes, Esq., and has 
had 4 sons and 5 daughters. 

(5) Christopher O'Connell (Hayes), born 27 
Dec, 1867 ; (6) Henry O'Connell, born 10 
Jan., 1868 ; (7) Charles O'Connell, born 20 
Jan., 1872 ; (8) Daniel O'Connell, born 12 
April, 1883, died 22 Nov., 1884; (9) Mary 
O'Connell; (10) Henrietta O'Connell; (11) 
Emily O'Connell ; (12) Gertrude O'Connell; 
(13) Alice O'Connell. 

[Tg-Sd] CatherineO'ConneU(FitzSimon)married. 
to Col. George Ludlow Kennedy Hewett, of 
the Indian Army, and has 4 sons and 8 daughters. 
James, Christopher, George, Henry', Eliza, 
Ellen, Mary, Christina, Georgina, Kathleen, 
Maud, Rosalie. 
(6d) Catherine (O'Connell), married 
1832, to Charles O'Connell, Esq. (son of Daniel 
O'Connell, of Iveragh) ; M.P. co. Kerry, 1832; 
he died 23 Jan., 1845, having had, with daughters, 
an only son, 

[1] Daniel O'Connell, of Ballynabloun, co. 
Kerry, J.P. ; born 6 Jan., 1842; married, 1st, 
1867, Milly, only daughter of late Joseph 
Lindsay Curtis, Esq., of Cork ; she died 

, 1870; he married 2ndly, 31 Jan., 
1877, Helen Josephine, 2nd daughter of Sir 
Joseph Neale McKenna, of Ardogena, co. 
'Waterford, M.P. Youghal, and has a son, 
Charles, born , 1878. 

(Id) Elizabeth, married 7 April, 183 1, to Nicholas 
Joseph ffrench, of ffrench Lawn, co. Roscom- 
mon, J.P. and resident magistrate (only son of 
Christopher ffrench, deputy constable of the 
castle of Athlone) ; he died 11 Aug., 1S42, 
having had 3 sons and 3 daughters (k). 

[U-pf] Daniel O'Connell ffrench, of Dublin, 
barrister-at-law, assistant-registrar of deeds, 
Ireland ; born 26 Oct., 1832 ; married 16 Oct., 
1856, Nora Mary, daughter of Maurice O'Con- 
nor, M. D. of Tralee, and had 7 sons and 6 
daughters, of whom survive, 



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Nicholas O'Connell (ffrench), born 30 Nov., 

185S. Morgan O'Connell, born 28 Nov., 1868. 

Christopher O'Connell, born 10 Nov., 1871. 

Tane Maiy O'Connell, Elizabeth Ellen 

O'Connell, Leonora O'Connell, Mary 

O'Connell, Cecilia O'Connell, Alice O'Connell. 

[&7-kd] Christoper O'Connell, born 28 March, 

1S37; married 21 July, 1883, Eleanor, 2nd 

daughter of late Wm. Deane Butler, Esq., 

F.R.S A., of Dublin 

[Zk-jd] Nicholas O'Connell, bom 13 June, 
1842 ; died 23 Oct., 1882. 
[ii-jd] Harriett O'Connell, married 
1S66, to Thomas Anthony Wright, Esq., who 
died s.p. 26 Sept., 1S84. 

\hk-7d] Mary O'Connell, married 2 1 July, 1859, 
to J. F. FitzGerald, Esq., of Kinneigh House, 
co. Kerry, J. P. 
[6&-7J] Alice O'Connell. 
(7l>-2a) Alice, married to Thomas, son of Dennis 
Hurly, of Knocklong, co. Limerick. 
[3a] Henry, of whom v (see page 566). 
[4a] Catherine, married 1st, to Richard, son of Capt. 
Richard McLoughlin, of Bally Downey, and had 2 
daughters (see page 600) ; she re-married to John Con- 
way, and had a daughter. 

Mildred (Conway), married to Thomas 

Jeffcott, of Tonarigh, and had issue. 
[5a] Avice, married to Thomas, son of Captain Thomas 
Spring, of Ballycrispin, co. Kerry, and had 4 sons and 4 
daughters. 

(1) Thomas Spring, of Ballycrispin, barrister-at-law, 
King's Inns ; married 3 Dec, 1730 (? 15 Dec, 1733), 
Hannah, youngest daughter of Francis Annesley, Esq., 
of Ballyshannon, co. Kildare (see Foster's Petra^, E. 
Annesley), and had a son, 

Thomas Spring, of Ballycrispin, born 3 June, 
1735 ; married Catherine, daughter of Ven. Edward 
Wight, rector of Rathronan and archdeacon of 
Limerick; she made her will 28 July. 1785, proved 
7 Sept. following (? married also Jane, youngest 
daughter of Lieut. -Col. Thomas Maunsell, of Thorpe 
Malsor, Northants), and had an only child, 

Catherine, married 10 Aug., 1785, to Stephen 
Edward Rice, of Mount Trenchard, co. Limerick 
(see page 532), father of Lord Monteagle. 

(2) Edward, in the Prussian service, 1733. 

(3) Francis (Spring), of Bally Crispin, married his 
cousin Catherine, eldest daughter of John Mason, 
Esq., of Bally MacEligot and Ballydowney (by Ann 
MacLoughlin, see page 600), and had a son and 2 
daughters. 

[1] John (Spring), born 23 June, 1730; married 
Mary, daughter of Rev. Thomas Collis, of , 

and had 3 sons. 

(1) Francis, died unmarried. 

(2) Thomas, J. P., married Catherine, elder 
daughter of Capt. James Eagar, of Cottage, who 
died s.p. 1S50, aged S3 (see next page). 

(3) William Collis (Spring), lieut.-col. 57th regt., 
born 1770, died 14 August 1S25, having married 
Sept. 1807, Anne, daughter of Col. Carter, 16th 
regt. ; she died 19 Feb., 1853, having had 5 sons. 

[1] William (Spring), lieut.-col. 44th regt. ; 
born 30 Sept., 1808; died 10 March, i860; 
married May, 1834, Mary Isabella, daughter of 
Col. Tidy, C.B. (and great granddaughter of 
Rev. John Skelly, by his wife, Lady Elizabeth 
Gordon, daughter of Alexander, 2nd Duke of 
Gordon), and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Charles William Gordon (Spring), of 
Castlemayne, co. Kerry ; lieut. R.N. ; born 9 
April, 1850. 

(2) HerbertGeorge Charles, born S Oct., 1854. 



(3) Mary Gordon. 

(4) Frances Caroline Gordon. 

[2] John, lieut. 9th regt. ; died unmarried. 
[3] Robert, major in the army, born 24 May, 
1814 ; married 7 Feb., 1850, Caroline Emily, 
daughter of Lt.-Gen. Henry Raleigh Knight, s.p. 
[4] Thomas, major in the army, married, and 
had 2 daughters. 

[5] Francis (Spring), capt. 57th regt., born 

15 Sept., 1821. killed in the Indian mutiny, 

8 July, 1857; married 2 April 1853, Sara, 

daughter of Lt. -Col. Edward Day ; she re-married 

4 Aug., 1859 to Thomas M. Hamilton Jones, Esq. 

(see page 438), and had a son and daughter. 

William Edward Day (Spring), capt. 24th regt., 

born 6 June, 1855 ; Anne Eleanor Frances. 

[2] Avice, born 23 Dec, 1734. 

[3] Catherine, married 16 Feb., 1760, to Capt. 
James Eagar, of Cottage, co. Kerr)-, J. P., who died 
1818, aged 87, having had 4 sons and 3 daughters 
(see below, &c). 
(4) John. (5) Alice. (6) Anne. 

(8) Mary (Spring). (7) Annabella. 
[6a] Alice, married to Walter, brother of Capt. 

Thomas Spring aforesaid, and had a son and 4 daughters. 

(1) Thomas (Spring), married Anne Fitz- 
Maurice, of Duaghnafealy, and had William and 
Thomas, 1732. 

(2) Avice, married to Thomas, 3rd son of 
John Blennerhassett, of Ballyseedy, and had 3 sons 
(see page 692). 

(3) Anne, married to Rev. Thomas 
Frankland, prebendary of Cloyne. 

(4) Martha, married to Capt. John 
Thwaite, of Cumberland. 

(5) Jane (Spring), of whom (see below). 

[7a] Lucy (Blennerhassett), married to John Plagriavan, 
a Frenchman, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters (seep. 556). 
[8a] Anne, married to Dennis Hurly, of Knocklong, co. 
Limerick, and had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

TANE SPRING (4th and youngest daughter 
of Walter Spring, by his wife Alice Blen- 
nerhassett), died 1776; married 1st, 6 Nov., 
1729, as 2nd wife, to Thomas Eagar, of 
Cottage and Ballyhar, co. Kerry ; she re-married 
to — Brewster, and lastly to William Duns- 
combe, of Cork ; by her 1st husband she had 
3 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1} James Eagar, of Cottage, J.P. co. Kerry ; capt. of 
the Laune Rangers Yeomanry corps ; died 1S17, aged 
86 ; married 16 Feb., 1760, Catherine, daughter of Fran- 
cis Spring, of Ballycrispin (see above) ; she died , 
having had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Thomas Spring (Eagar), of Cottage, J.P. co. 
Kerry; died 1S0S , married 25 Nov., 1S01, Mary, 
daughter of Samuel Raymond, Esq., of Ballyloughran, 
co. Kerry ; J. P.; high sheriff 1773 ; (see p. 641) ; she 
died , 1S0S, leaving a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) James Raymond (Eagar), sold " Cottage " to his 
cousin Rowland Tallis Eagar; born 1S15, died un- 
married . 

(2) Frances, died unmarried. 

(3) Catherine, married 1824, to William 
FitzMaurice Sealy, Esq., and settled in America. 

[2] Francis Spring (Eagar), B.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
in holy orders, died unmarried, 1807. 
[3] John Moore (Eagar), of Ashill, died ; 

married 1st, Elizabeth, daughter of 

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of John Blennerhassett, of Rossbeigh, daughter of 
Samuel Blennerhassett, Esq. (see page 567) ; by his 
1st wife he had a son and daughter. 

(1) James Peet (Eagar), died unmarried. 

(2) Elizabeth, married to George Beale, of Cork. 
[4] James Day (Eagar), of Coolgariff, a Peninsula 
veteran, served at the siege of Badajoz, and at the 
battles of Salamanca, Fuentes d'Onore, and Ciudad 
Rodrigo ; died 2S March, 1S54, aged 82 ; married, 

1S15, Avice, daughter of Robert Eagar, 
Esq., of Listry (by his wife Anne, daughter of Denis 
Hurley, see preceeding page) ; she died 21 April, 1S38, 
a g ecl 53* having had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) James Heaviside (Eagar), died unmarried. 

(2) Robert, rector of Killorglin, and rural dean, 
B.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, born 

married 5 Nov., 1S6S, Dorothea Anne Chute, 2nd 
daughter of Wm. John Neligan, Esq., of Tralee, 
by his wife Dorothea, daughter of Richard Chute, 
Esq., Chute Hall, and has an only surviving son. 

James Robert Conway Blennerhassett (Eagar), 

born I May, 1S73. 

(3) Thomas Spring, B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, in 
holy orders ; died unmarried, Tuly 1S62. 

(4) Anna Maria. 

(5) Kate Avice, married to Lieut. Henry 
McMahon Eagar, who died IS Sept., 1S55, leaving 
issue (see p. 571). 

[5] Catherine Eagar, died s.p. , 1S50, aged 83 ; 

married to Thomas Spring, Esq., J.P.(seep. 592). 

[6] Jane, married to Rowland Eagar, Esq., of Cul- 
leenymore, and had a son and daughter (see p. 573). 
[7] Avice, married to George Kennedy, surgeon R.N., 
had a sun and 2 daughters. 

(1) Frank Kennedy, married Aphra, daughter of 
James Fisher, Esq., and had a daughter, Eva 
Fisher, married Nov. 18S2, to William Graham, 
Fleet surgeon, R. N . 

(2) Jane '(Kennedy). 

(3) Catherine, married , to Robert 
Hickson, Esq., and had a daughter, 

married to George Garrow Green, Esq., of Ahin- 
rone, King's CO., inspector Royal Irish Constabulary. 
[2] John (Eagar), of Ballyhar ; died 1S13, 

aged 80 ; married 1st, sister of Capt. 

Carey, of co. Cork; 2nd, 1791, Dorcas, 

daughter of Henry Eagar, of Faha (by his wife Lucy, 
daughter of James Yeilding (see page 571); and had 
3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Thomas (Eagar), died young. 

(2) John Henry (Agar), sold Ballyhar, 1834 ; born 

; died , 1837 ; married 

Elizabeth, daughter of John Lynch, of Dromin (by 
his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Geoffrey Eagar, Esq., 
of Glenfleck), and had 5 sons and 5 daughters 

[1] John Henry (Agar), M.D.; a member of legis- 
lative assembly, Antigua; died at Parham, 3 Nov., 
1S53, aged 39. 
[2] Henry (Agar), lieut. Ceylon rifles ; born 

; married , Frances, daughter 

of James Chamberlain, Esq., of Chamherst Nor- 
and had a daughter, Elizabeth, unmarried. 
[3] Rowland, assist. -surgeon on staff, Ceylon, died 
there unmarried, 22 Oct., 1S52. 
[4] Thomas, and [5] fames, died young. 
[6] Eliza. Charlotte, living 18S5. 
[7] Emily, died 21 April, 1S54 ; married 29 Nov., 
1843, as 1st wife, to William Paston Purnell, of 
Stancombe Park, co. Gloucester, J. P., C.B., col. 
90th regt., served in the Crimea and India, ensign 
of the yeomen of the guard; died 14 May, 1869, 
leaving a daughter, Emily Anne. 
[8] Dorcas, died unmarried. 
[9] Lucinda, died unmarried 1S62-3. 



[10] Jane, died unmarried 1SS1. 

(3) Thomas (Agar), in holy orders, B A. Trin. Coll., 
Dublin died unmarried, lune, 1S36. 

(4) Lucinda, died unmarried 1SS1. 

(5) Jane, married 1826 to Michael MacSheehy, Esq., 
of Killarney, and had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Brian (MacSheehy), LL.D., Head Inspector, 
National Board of Education. 

[2] John, solicitor to the Corporation and City of 
Dublin. [3] Dorcas Jane. 

[3] Walter (Eagar), of Killarney ; married Alice, daughter 
of Richard Mason (see p. 600), and had an only sur- 
viving son and 3 daughters. 

(1) James Walter (Agar), of Woodmount ; born 23 
June, 17S3, died 1 Sept., 1S59, aged 76; married 1st, 
of April, 1S0S, Rachel, daughter of Abel Benjamin 
Orpen, Esq., of Ballintemple ; and had 3 sons living 
and 4 daughters. 

[1] John Orpen (Agar), born ; died 

Feb., 1836 ; married July, 1834, Anne, daughter 
of John Dowman, of Cork (by Mary Jane, sister 
of Lieut. -General Sir John Rolt) ; and had a son, 
Walter Agar, M.D.," born 10 Nov., iS;i, died 
in 1S66. J3 ' 

[2] Thomas, died unmarried. 
[3] Richard Walter (Agar), born died 

married Catherine, daughter of Patrick Galwey, 

Esq., of Cork (she re-married to Thomas Walters, 
J. P., high sheriff city of Cork), and left a son and 
daughter. 

(1) Walter, died young. 

(2) Kate, married, March 18 , to William 
Henry Lyons, Esq., J. P. Cork, High Sheriff co. 
Cork, (son of late Sir Wm. Lyons) ; he died 

[4] Susan ; [5] Alice ; [6] Anne ; [7] Mary Jane, 
all died unmarried. 
James Walter Agar, married 2ndly, 1835, Susan, 
daughter of John Shelton, Esq., J. P., of Rossmore 
House, co. Limerick ; she died 29 April, 1S79, 
having had 3 sons and a daughter. 

[8] Walter James (Agar), of Laurence estate, Dikoya, 
Ceylon, born 6 July, 1S38, married 22 Feb., 1S73, 
Barbara Maria Roper, daughter of Washington 
Finlay, Esq., of Sainte Adresse, France (seep. 103), 
and has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

Walter James (Agar), born 13 July, 1876; Roper 

Shelton, born 8 Sept., 187S ; Robert Charles, 

born 2S Jan., 1SS3 ; Annie Susan Eliza, Maria 

Willington Roper. 

[9] Charles Shelton (Agar), of Forres estate, 

Maskelyia, Ceylon, born 16 Oct., 1S40, married 13 

April, 1S71, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Frederick 

George Rumley, Esq., of Middleton, co. Cork, she 

died 30 Nov. 1878, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Charles Walter, born 2 Jan. .1872; James Walter, 

born 14 Dec, 1S75 : Jane Elizabeth, Mary. 

[10] John Shelton (Agar), of Kandy, Ceylon, born 23 

Oct., 1842, married 1S72, Emily, only daughter of 

Gotlieb Cruwell, Esq., of Ceylon, and has 4 sons a 

and 5 daughters. 

Shelton (jotlieb, bora 12 Dec, 1S73 ! Oliver 
Cruwell, born 28 March, 1S76 ; Walter Rich- 
mond Reckham, born 3 Jan., 1S79 ; John Shel- 
ton, born 18 Nov.. 1S81; Susan Eliza; Avice 
Sophia Wellington ; Eliza Maria ; Dorcas Mary ; 
Dorothy Sophie. 
[11] Eliza Willington (Agar), married 20 Aug., 
1862, to George Sydney Bird, Esq., he died in 
Australia, in 1S66, having had 3 sons. 

George Frederick (Bird), born 26 Tune, 1863; 
Walter James, born 17 July, 1S65 ; Charles 
Henry George, born 4 Dec, 1867. 
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(3) Jane, married to Thomas Mason, who died. 

(4) A vice, died 1859, aged 84 ; married I 
Aug., 1S09, to William, eldest son of Frederick Eagar, 
Esq., of Groinmore, and had 5 sons. 

[1] Frederick (Eagar), of police force, London and 

Windsor, born 14 June, 1S11 ; married, and had issue. 

[2] Thomas, born 2SFeb., 1S12 ; married, but s.p. 

1881. 

[3] Walter, born Oct., 1S14 ; married, and has issue. 

[4] Robert, born Nov., 1816. 

[5] John, born Oct., 1S1S ; died 1847. 

[4] Avice, married to Lowther Godfrey, Esq. 
[5] Martha, died unmarried. 

[6] Margaret, married to John O'Sullivan, Esq., of 
(.'.rrhirdion, co. Kerry. 

[7] Jane, married 1S05, to Thomas Giles, of Wood Lodge, 
Esq., and had 2 daughters. 

(1) married to Rev. Kerrin, 
rector of Ardfert. 

(2) married to Giles Shelton, Esq., 
of co. Limerick. 

JOHN BLENNERHASSETT, of Castle 
J Conway, co. Kerry, (Captain) known as 
" Black Jack," married Elizabeth, 3rd daughter 
of Rev. Benjamin Cross, D.D., Blackhall, Oxford, 
rector of Christ Church, Cork, and of Spettis- 
bury, Dorset; she died 22 March, 1732, aged 
63, having had 6 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] Conway, of whom (see next page). 
[2] John (Blennerhassett), born 6 April, 1696; married 
Anne, daughter of Col. James Dawson, of Ballyna- 
courty (otherwise New Forest), co. Tipperary, and had 
at least 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Dawson, born 23 Oct., 1725 ; died unmarried. 

(2) John, born 12 Oct., 1726; died young. 

(3) Elizabeth, married 13 July, 1754, to Robert Bolton, 
of Brazeel, co. Dublin, who died 1798, leaving 2 sons. 

[3] Benjamin (Blennerhassett), born 13 Sept., 1698 ; 
married Susanna, daughter of Very Rev. John Richards, 
dean of Ardfert, and had a daughter, Susanna, died un- 

[4] Thomas, born 13 Aug., 1700; married 9 March, 
'735. Mary Frankland, and had a daughter born the 
fillouing year. 

[5] Edward, of Rosbeigh, Kerry, born 31 Mar., 1705; 
made his will 6 Nov., 1774 ; married Mar)', daughter of 
Capt Edward Fitzgerald (by his wife Jane Leader), and 
had j sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) John, rector of Tralee; bora Jan., 1733; 

died , 1S03 ; married 2 Feb., 1765, 

Louisa, daughter of Capt. Thomas Goddard (see 

Mullins, page 661) ; had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Thomas, capt. Kerry militia ; died in Brussels, 

1825; married (lie 30 April, 1791) Mary, daughter 

of Henry Blennerhassett and Mary Poujade (see 

page 567); she died 2S Dec., 1859, having had 5 

sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) John, baptized 10 June, 1792. 

(2) Henry, living 1S02. 

(3) Goddard, (4) Conway, and (5) Arthur, all 
died s.p. 

(6) Louisa, baptized 4 July, 1794 ; wife of 

Wade. 

(7) Eliza, died iS Feb., 1S68 ; married 2 Nov., 
1S40, to William Henry Garvey, Esq., who died 
2S March, 1S72, having had 2 sons. 

[1] Thomas Blennerhassett ( laivey, M.A., M.B. 
[2] Charles Henry, died unm., 28 Jan., 1S6S. 

(8) Charlotte, bapt. 7, and buried iS Oct., 1801. 
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(10) Letitia, wife of Dr. William Bruce. 
[2] John BlennOrhassett, of Dublin, solicitor ; 
married 1st, 10 Jan., 1794, Mary Anne, daughter 
of Robert Phaire, of Temple Shannon, co. Wexford 
(by his wife, Lady Ricardia Annesley), and had 2 sons. 

(1) Goddard (Blennerhassett). died 1S33 ; married 
Sarah, daughter of Sir Abraham Bradley King, 
Bart, (see Foster's Baronetage) ; she died 23 Dec, 
1870, leaving 2 daughters only. 

(2) Aldworth (Blennerhassett), capt. 73rd regt., 
served at Waterloo. 

John Blennerhassett, married 2ndly, 

daughter of Very Rev. Robert Gorges, D.D , 
dean of Kilmacduagh, vicar of Dunboyne and 
Kilbrew, co. Meath ; he married 3dly, 
1S41, Frances Louisa, daughter of Richard Digby, 
Esq. (by his wife, Frances Herbert ; see page 
3S0) ; by his 2nd wife he had 2 daughters. 

(3) Rachel (Blennerhassett), married to General 
Thomas Gordon Higgins, R.A. 

(4) Frances, died 21 Nov., 1845 i married 18 
March, 1837, to Rev. Francis Plimley Voules, 
B.A., Wadham Coll. Ox., 1831 ; rector of Middle 
Chinnock, Wilts, since 1841 ; conduct of Eton 
Coll., 1S37-41, and had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Gordon Blennerhassett (Voules), private 
secretary to the parliamentary secretary of the 
Admiralty, since 1S79, born on 8 Sept., 1839; 
married, 12 July, 1S66, Frances Cotton, daugh- 
ter of James Minchin, Esq., and has 2 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

Francis Minchin, born 9 May, 1S67 ; Arthur 
Blennerhassett, born 15 Sept., 1870; Cherry 
Marion, Margaret Rose Frances, Evelyn 
Dorothy Felicia. 
[2] Frank Herbert (Voules), of the royal naval 
reserve, born 1S41. 

[3] Stirling Cookesley (Voules), B A., (late 
scholar) Line. Coll. Ox., 1S66, M.A, 1870 ; 
rector of Ashley, Staff, principal Sydney Coll. 
Bath, 1874-9 ! sometime assistant master at 
Marlbro Coll. ; born 4 Jan., 1S43 5 married 1st, 
6 August, 1S74, Isabella Sophia, daughter of 
Frederick Hookey Bond, of Weston-super- 
Mare, she died May, 1SS1 ; he married 2ndly, 
16 Dec, 1SS5, Emily Mary, youngest daughter 
of late Rev. C. S. Royds, rector of Haughton. 
By his 1st wife he had a daughter, 

Ethel Victoria. 
[4] Eliza Maria. [5] Fanny Elizabeth. 

[3] Conway, and [4] Goddard, both died s.p. 
[5] Elizabeth, baptized 17 May, 1772 ; married to 
Edward Fuller, capt. in the old Kerry regt. he died 
, having had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 
(1) Thomas Harnett Fuller, of Glashnacree, co. 
Kerry, born Sept., i8c6 ; married 1st, Dec, 
1S32, Frances Diana, daughter of Francis Christo- 
pher Bland, Esq., of Dernquin Castle, co. Kerry, 
J.P., D.L. (by Lucinda, daughter of Arthur 
Bastable Herbert (see page 77 1 ) ; she died 23 April, 
1872 ; he married 2ndly, 8 May, 1873, Eliza, 
daughter of Richard Harris Purell, Esq.. of Anna- 
bels Park, Mallow (by his wife Louisa, daughter 
of William Leader, of Mount Leader) ; by his 1st 
wife he had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] James Franklin Fuller, of Glashnacree, co. 
Kerry, F.S.A. ; Fellow of Royal Institute of 
British Architects, 1S72, and of the Architects 
of Ireland ; of Founder's kin to Oriel, Queen's, 
and New Colleges, Oxford, to King's and Sidney 
Sussex, Cambridge, and to Winchester College ; 

2JRD IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD I., through 

his father, and 19TH through his mother (see 
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1835 ; married 2% Aug.. 1S60, Helen, daughter 
of "John Prospere Guivier (and grand-daughter 
of General Guivier, who fell in the retreat from 
Moscow), and has had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Franklin Bland (Fuller), lieut. R.A.,born 

Jan., 1S63; died 13 June, 18S2. 

'2) Harnett John, born 14 Dec, 1S66. 

(3) May Florence. 

(4) Adela Bessie. (5) Evelyn Melicent. 
j2] Lcuisa (Fuller), married 3 July, 1S62, to her 
cousin, Arthur Hyde, Esq. (eldest son of 
Frederick Hyde, Esq., J.P., of Hollywood, co. 
Kerry (see page 771), and has had 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

Arthur Herbert (Hyde), born 11 April, 1S63 ; 
Thomas Bland, born 15 Nov., 1S67 ; Frances 
Lucy ; Emma Louisa, died 26 Oct., 1873. 
[3] Bessie (Fuller). 

(2) Edward Goddard (Fuller), died s.p. 

(3) John Blennerhassett (Fuller), died s.p. 

(4) Louisa (Fuller), died unmarried. 

(5 Ann (Fuller) married 16 Aug., 1S36, to Yen. 
Nathaniel Bland, B.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1S31, 
archdeacon of Aghadoe, 1S62, late rector of 
Knockane and of Aghadoe, both in Kerry, he died 
s.p. 25 Feb., 1885. 

(6) Elizabeth (Fuller) married 28 Oct , 1836. 
to Sir Arthur Helps, K.C.B., D.C.L., clerk of 
the Privy Council 1S59-75, the personal friend 
and literary adviser of the Queen, author of 
"Friends in Council" and numerous works, B.A., 
Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 183S (son of Thomas 
Helps and Ann Fiisquett, Plucknett) ; he died 7 
March, 1S75, aged 62, having had 2 sons and 4 
daughters. 

[1] Charles Leonard (Helps), rector of Clowne 
since 1S70, born 10 July, 1841 ; married 2 July, 
1S6S, Emily, daughter of late James Theobald, 
Esq , J. P., of Grays and Thurrock Nunney, 
Somerset, and Hyde Abbey, Hants., and has a 
son. 

Arthur Leonard, born 30 March, 1S72. 
[2] Edmund Arthur (Helps), H.M. Inpector of 
Schools, born, 10 May, 1843 ; married 24 
July, 1SS4, Mary Alice, daughter of A. J. 
Tapson, Esq., M.B., of Gloucester Gardens, 
Hyde Park. 

[3] Alice Plucknett (Helps). 
[4] Melicent (Helps), married 3 Nov., 1864, 
to William Henry Stone, Esq., of Lea Park, 
Surrey, J.P., D.L., J.P. Hants, M.P. Ports- 
mouth 1S65-73, and has a son and daughter. 
Arthur William (Stone), born 5 Feb 1S66 ; 
Melicent, bom 5 Sept., 1S68. 
[5] Rose Elizabeth. [6] Lucy Hester (Helps). 
[6] Louisa, married to Rev. Thomas Cole, died s.p. 
[7] Catherine, twin with Letitia, married to 
Finn, and had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Patrick Finn, of Cork. 

(2) Katherine, married to Tohn Saunders, o.s.p. 

(3) Christina, married to W H Cotter, 
and had Barry, Catherine, Joseph, and Louisa, 
all in America. 

[8] Letitia, twin with Catherine, married, 1st, to 
Major Ponsonby, and had 2 daughters (Louisa 
and Mary) ; she remarried to William Lindsay, Esq., 
of Tarbert, and had 3 sons and a daughter. 

(3) Joseph (Lindsay), in Australia. 

(4) Blennerhassett. 

(5) William. (6) Letitia. 

(2) Robert. 

(3) Conway, rector of Ardfert, born May, 1 736 ; died 
s.p. 1805. (4) Avis. (5) Anne. 

(6) Jane, wife of Hilliard Giles. 



(7) Elizabeth Connell, wife of Samuel K. Williams, 
of Miltown, and had with other issue a daughter. 
Helena Susan (Williams), married 

to John Bourke, son of Robert Leech, of Runroe, 

co. Sligo, and had 6 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Robert (Leech), died s.p. 

[2] William (Leech) bom 1798 ; married Elizabeth 

Clarke MacDougall and had a son. Rev. John 

William ; died s.p. 

[3] George Williams (Leech) of Rathkeale Abbey,co. 

Limerick, I. P., barrister-at-law, born 30 Aug., 1S10; 

died 6 Oct., 1878; married, first, 12 Nov, 1834, 

Anna Maria, daughter of General George Bellas^ ; 

she died leaving a son. 

(1) Robert S B (Leech) late bar- 
rack-master, Mauritius ; formerly capt. 94th regi- 
ment, born 21 May, 1S36. 

George W. Leech married secondly 28 Sept., 
1S46, Catherine, daughter of Hunt Walsh Chambre, 
Esq., of Hawthorn Hill, co. Armagh, she died having 
had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

(2) Hunt Walsh Chambre (Leech), B.A.,L.L.D. 
Trin. Coll., Dublin, and of King's Inns, barris, 
ter-at-law, 18S3 ; collector magistrate, Krian- 
Perah; born 20 Dec., 1847 ; married 

1SS4, Kathleen Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of Rev, 
John Leech, D.D., of Mitchelstown. 

(3) John Bourke Massy (Leech) born 21 July, 1S54. 
(4j "Helen Susanna (Eiline), married to Lorimore 
Corbett, Esq. 

(5) Catherine Rebecca married 

(6) Eliza Georgina. 

(7) Mary, married to Francis Buckworth, Esq. 
George W. Leech, married thirdly, 1S69, 
Elizabeth Winefred, eldest daughter of Henry E. 
Hemphill, Esq., of co. Dublin, and had with other 
issue a daughter. 

(8) Ethel (youngest daughter), died at Brunswick, 
Germany, 15 Dec, 1SS3. 

[4] James (Leech) of the Civil Service. 

[5] John Bourke, died unmarried, 1S59. 

[6] Arthur Blennerhassett (Leech), J. P., Sligo, late 

major rifle volunteers. 

[7] Eliza, died unmarried. [8] Julia (Leech). 
[6] Arthur (Blennerhassett), born 19 Feb., 170S; 
married 1st, Mildred, daughter of Capt. Joshua Mark- 
ham (by Mildred, daughter of Sir Francis Brewster, of 
Brewsterfield, co. Kerry, Knt.); he married 2nd, x8 
Feb., 1734, Sarah, daughter of George Gun, Esq., 
of Rattoo (by li i — wife Sarah, daughter of Yen. Thomas 
Connor, Archdeacon of Ardfert) (see page 722) ; by his 
1st wife he had a son, Joshua. 
[7] Anne, born 24 Jan., 1694; married 1st 
to Dennis M'Gillycuddy, of The Reeks, and had 4 sons 
and 3 daughters (see page 627) ; and 2nd, Jan, 1731, i>> 
Thomas, son of Arthur Herbert, of Currens, and had a 
son and daughter, Arthur and Charity, in 1733. 
[8] Elizabeth, born 20 Nov., 1702 ; married 
to Townsend Gun, of Rattoo, Esq. ; he died 1730, 
having had at least 2 daughters, 

(1) Katherine, born 4 lulv, 172;. 

(2) Elizabeth Margaret'. l/,m 14 Sept., 1736; married 
5 Oct.. 1755, to Thomas, 1st Lord Ventry (seep. 661). 

[9] Tryphena, born 21 Jan., 1703: married to 

Ulick FitzMaurice. of Duaghnafealy (see page 647). 
[10] Mary, born 23 April, 1707; married ("herself") 
to Raymond FitzMaurice, brother of Ulick (see note page 
647). 

CONWAY (Blennerhassett), of Castle Con- 
way, M.P. Tralee 1723-4; admitted to 



the Middle Temple, 30 Nov., 17 10 
counsel; born 3 Oct., 1693; died 



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1724; married Elizabeth, daughter of Col. 
Wentworth Harman, of Bawne, co., Longford, a 
captain of the battle axe guards, and had a son 
and 2 daughters. 

1] Conway (Blennerhassett), of Castle Conway, and of 
Klllorglin, co. Kerry; born 3 June, 1720; married, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Major Thomas 
Lacy, and had 3 sons and 6 daughters. 
(1) John, and (2) Thomas died young. 

(3) Harman (Blennerhassett), a "United Irishman," 
deeply implicated in the rebellion, sold his estates to 
Lord Ventry, fled to America, and settled in Canada ; 
married his niece, Margaret, daughter of Eobert Agnew, 
of Howlish, named below, and had issue. 

(4) Susanna, died 13 Dec, 1819 ; married 31 Oct., 
1763, to John, 26th Lord Kingsale, who died 24 
May, 1S22, leaving issue (see page 783). 

(5) Elizabeth, married, as 1st wife, to Daniel 
McGillycuddy, and died s.p. (see page 627). 

(6) Catherine, married to Capt. 
Robert Agnew, of Howlish, co. Durham (son of 
Brigadier-gen. James Agnew, who was son of James 
Agnew, of Bishop Aukland, co. Durham, Major 7th 
Dragons, by his wife Margaret Wilkinson, of Kirk- 
brigg, and grandson of Sir James Agnew, 4th Bart.), 
and had a son and 5 daughters. 

[1] Major Andrew (Agnew), married 1792, Martha, 

daughter oi John. Lord Kingsale, and died s.p. 

[2] Catherine, Mrs. Whiteside, died s.p. 

[3] Margaret, married to Harman Blennerhassett 

(see above). 

[4] Mary, died 16 March, 1S46; married, as 2nd 

wife, to Col. Edward Stafford, of Maine, co. Louth, 

High Sheriff 1795, he died 1802, having had 2 sons 

and 4 daughters. 

[1] Edward Norton (Stafford), born and died 
1793- 

[2] Berkeley Buckingham (Stafford), of Maine, CO. 
Louth, high sheriff 182S; born 25 March, 1797 ; 
died Aug., 1S47 ; married 3 July, 1S1S, Anne, 
3rd daughter of Lieut. -colonel Patrick DuffTytler 
(by Isabella, daughter of James Erskine, a lord 
of session ; see Foster's Peerage, E. Rosslyn) ; 
she died , having had 4 sons and 2 

daughters. 

[1] Sir Edward William Stafford, K.C.M.G. 1879, 
of Maine, co. Louth, and Lansdowne, Christ- 
church. New /calami ; prime minister N.Z. 1S56- 
61, 1865-9, 1S72, M.L.C, 1S55-7S; born 23 
April, 1820; married, 1st, 24 Sept., 1S46, Emily 
Charlotte only child of Col. William Wake- 
field (see page 844), and granddaughter of Sir 
John Shelley-Sidney, Bart; she died s.p 18 
April, 1857 ; he married 2ndly, 5 Dec, 1859, 
Mary, 3rd daughter of Thomas Houghton Bart- 
ley, barrister-at-law, I.T. speaker L.C. New 
Zealand and has 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Edward Tytler Stafford Howard, born 24 

May, 1S62. 

[2] Humphrey de Bohun Howard, born 31 

March, 1864. 

[3] Berkeley Howard, born 24 Oct., 1S69. 

[4] Anne Isabella. 

[5] Mary Montgomerie. 

[6] Edith Margaret. 

(2) Berkeley Buckingham de Bohun Howard 
(Stafford), curate of Tillington 1S66-74, &c. ; 
born 23 Aug., 1S22. 

(3) Hugh Henry Tytler de Toeni (Stafford), of 
Nelson, New Zealand ; born 19 April, 1S24 ; 
died 29 Nov., 1SS0; married Jan., 1S60, 



Caroline, daughter of William Wood, Esq., and 
has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

[i] William, born Oct., i860. 

[2] Berkeley Buckingham. 

[3] Hugh Henry Archibald. 

[4] Isabella Erskine. 

[5] Emily Margaret. 

(4) Patrick Plunkett Leslie, late col. Indian 
army, born 13 July, 1826. 

(5) Isabella Erskine. 

(6) Mary Montgomerie. 

[3] Augusta Buckingham, died 1807. 

[4] Clementina Louisa, died 18 July, 1873. 
[5] Thomasine Palmer, died 1834 ; 

married to Rev. John Herman 

Stafford incumbent of St. Paul's, Liverpool, and 
had, with other issue, 2 sons, 

(1) John Herman (Stafford), managing director, 
Yorkshire and Lancashire Railway. 

(2) Brabazon. 

[6] Frances Anne, died 7 June, 183 1 ; married 
19 Jan., 1820, to Rev. Patrick Brewster, who 
died 26 March, 1859 ; having had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

Frances, only surviving child. 
[5] Susan, Mrs., Kilburne. 

[6] Elizabeth (Agnew), died at Tarbert, 27 Feb., 
1830 ; married 20 May, 1792, to Rev. Austin Martin, 
incumbent of Tarbert, co. Kerry ; he died at 
Drogheda, 15 May, 1831, having had 7 sons and 6 
daughters of whom see below. 

(7) Margaret, married to Capt. Coxon; 
and had a daughter. 

(8) Anne, died 21 March, 182S ; married 24 Oct., 
17S6, to Hon. Michael de Courcy, admiral of the blue 
(brother of John, Lord Kingsale), who died 22 Feb., 
1S24, leaving issue (see page 7S2). 

(9) Avice, died unmarried 
[2] Avice, born 10 June, 1718. 

[3] Margaret, born 27 Oct., 1 72 1 ; married to Capt. 
William Gun (son of Francis Gun and Roche), 

and had at least a daughter. 

Elizabeth Gun, married to John Henry Fitzgerald, 
of Fortfield and Garrihees, and had an only son. 

Francis Fitzgerald, of Garrihees ; married Anne, 
daughter of Pierce Chute, of Tralee, J. P., and had 
issue. 

T7LIZABETH AGNEW (youngest daughter 
*-* of Capt. Robert Agnew, of Howlish, co. 
Durham, named above), died at Tarbert, 27 Feb., 
1830; married 20 May, 1792, to Rev. Austin 
Martin, incumbent of Tarbert, co. Kerry, he 
died at Drogheda, 15 May, 1831, having had 7 
sons and 6 daughters. 

(1) Austin Robert (Martin), born 4 Oct., 1793 ; died 
20 Feb., 1795. 

(2) Henry James (Martin), M.R.C.S.E., born 17 Feb., 
1795; died 8 Oct., 1S70; married 20 Oct. 1S23, Mary, 
daughter of Capt. Alexander Maclean, of Hudson's Bay 
Company's service; she died Jan., 1 S42, having had 3 

[1] Henry Austin (Martin), of Boston, U.S.A. ; M.D., 
A.M.; born 23 July, 1824; died 7 Dec, 1SS4; mar- 
ried 9 August, 1S48, Frances Coffin, daughter of (Hon.) 
Nathan Crosby, LL.D., of Lowell, Mass., U.S.A., 
and has had 4 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Henry Maclean (Martin), first named, 

see page 587. 



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motto Ecroal 




of Unglani. 



Edward III., crowned i=j=Philippa, 3rd dau. of 
Feb., 1327, b. 13 Nov., I William, Count of Holland 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. I and Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 
I 1328, d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Isabel (1st wife), youngest 
dau. and co-heir of Peter, 
King of Castile, m. 1372. 



E.inuinil, Duke of York,= 
K.G.,5thson, d. atLangley, 
1 Aug. 1402. 

Constance of Langley. 



=Thomas, 6th Baron le 
Despencer, cr. Earl of Glou- 
cester, 1397, beheaded at 
Bristol, 16 Jan. 1400, 

= Richard Beauchamp, Lord 
Bergavenny (1st husband), 
cr. Earl of Worcester 1420, 
d. 1422. 



Elizabeth Beauchamp, Ba-=j=Sir Edward Nevill, sum. 
loness Bergavenny, b. at to pari, as Baron Berga- 
Hanley Castle, 16 Dec. | venny, 1450-72, d. 18 Oct. 
1415, d. 18 June, 1447 (1st I 1476. 
wife). 



Isabel le Despencer, b. : 
July, 1400, m. 27 July 141 
d. 26 Dec. 1440. 



Sir George Nevill, Lord 
Bergavenny, sum. to pari. 
14S2-92, d. 20 Sept. 1492. 



=f=Mai 
and 
of 

I 148; 



Margaret (1st wife), dau. 
' heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, 
Sculton, d. 28 Sept. 
4S5. 



Sir Edward Nevill, of=j=Eleanor, widow of Ralph, 
Addington Park, Kent, be- I 8th Lord Scrope, of Mas- 
headed on Tower Hill, 9 ham, dau. of Andrew, Lord 
Jan. 1538-9. Windsor. 

=Catherine=fClement Throckmorton, of 

Royden (1st Nevill. I Hanley, Warwickshire, d. 
husband). A19 Oct. 1594. 



=Clement Throckmorton. 



Martha Throckmorton, bur. =George Lynne, of South 
' wick Hall, Northants, bur. 



Southwick,3oDec. 1600, 
aged 49. 



there 29 Nov. 1617. 



George Lynne, of South -=j=lsabel, sister of Sir Anthony 
wick Hall, d. 5 Nov. 1606. Forrest, of Morborn, Hunts, 
Knt. 



Martha Lynne==John Blennerhassett, of 
Ballyseedy, co, Kerry, M.P. 
Tralee, 1 661. 



Robert Blennerhassett=j=Avice, dau. and co-he 

Jenkin Conway, d. Apr: 



Ji ihn Blennerhassett, "Black= 
Jack " of Castle Conway, 
CO. Kerry. 



Conway Blennerhassett, of= 
Castle Conway, M. P. Tra- 
lee, 1723-4, b. 3 Oct. 1693, 
d. 7 June, 1724. 



1663. 

Flizabeth, 3rd dau. of Rev. 
Benjamin Cross, D.D., she 
d. 22 March, 1732. 

Flizabeth, dau. of Col. 
Harman, of Bawne, co. 
Longford. 



Conway Blennerhassett, of=pElizabeth, dau. of Major 
Castle Conway, and of Kil- Thomas Lacy, 
lorglin, co. Kerr)-, b. 3 
June, 1720. 



Gather 



Elizabeth Agnew, youngest=j=Rev. Austin Martin, incum- 
dau. m. 20 May, 1792, d. I bent of Tarbert, co. Kerry, 
27 Feb. 1S30. I d. 15 May, 1S31. 



page. 



Iary, m. to Pierce Le 
f Tarbert, CO. Kerry. 

I 



Charlotte Susan, 
Hester d. 1812, ] 
young. 1840. 



Char,-;, WY.Ii.im 1 h_.i-,..-- I'.lith 
1 R. C.S.I. , M.D., b. Spent 
9 April, 1842. Notts 



iu. of Francis Austin Rol.ert, 
of Worksop, 1844, died i"':o. 
. 4 Aug., 1869. John Gabriel, d. 






apencer, o. 1072 
Austin, b. 1873. 



[ 59; 



5 2 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(2) Stephen Crosby, M.D., born 13 Sept., 1S50. 

(3) Austin Agnew, A.B., LL.B., born 3 Nov., 
1851. 

(4 ) Francis Coffin, A.B., M.D., born 22 March, 



l85S; 



died 



1829. 



1S77. 



(5) Frances Moody, born 3 April, 

March, 1857. 
[2] Alexander Donald William, born 12 Jan. 
[3] Austin Maclean ; died young. 

(3) Edward, bomo July, 1797 ; died 17 Oct., 1798. 

(4) Montgomery Agnew (Martin), born 4 Sept., 1800 ; 
died at Flimby, Tralee, Co. Kerry, 23 Dec, 1S69 ; mar- 
ried 17 Jan., 1S27, Catherine, daughter of Francis M'Gil- 
licuddy"(see page 625) ; she died 9 Oct., 1S72, having had 
3 sons and 5 daughters. 

[1] Austin, born 5 April, 1830; died at Shanghai, 13 

Feb. 

[2] Francis M'Gillicuddy, born 7 Jan., 1833. 
[3] Montgomery Agnew (Martin), born 14 March, 
1834; married 1 July, 1S68, Matilda, daughter of 
James Crosbie Leslie, Esq., of Tarbert, co. Kerry, 
and has 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

Montgomery Agnew (Martin), born 2 Nov.,1870. 
Austin Henry, born 2 April, 1 875 
Frank M'Gillicuddy, born 5 Aug. 
James Crosbie, born 19 May, 1SS0. 
Kathleen Mary M'Gillicuddy. 
Annie Sarah. Matilda Leslie. 

[4] Catherine Maria, born 31 Dec, 1827; died 6 Jan., 
1S28. 

[5] Eliza Anne, born 20 Dec, 1828. 
[6] Mary, born 14 May, 1831 ; died March, 1832. 
[7] Sarah Maria, born 27 Nov. 1S35 ; died 10 May, 
1S71, having married, 8 June, 1S53 ; to Robert Ralph 
Smyth, o( Fort Lion Castle, and left an only daugh- 
ter, 

Frideswide Catherine Emily. 
[8] Eliza Anne, married 18 Oct., 1852, as 3rd wife, 
to Gorges Graham, 2nd son of William Graham, of 
Kingstown, co. Meath ; he died 18 Aug., 1879, hav- 
ing had 5 cons and 4 daughters. 

Gorges (Graham) born 10 Oct., 1859 ; William Mont- 
gomery, born 17 July, 1S62 ; Oliver MacGillycuddy, 
born 19 Feb., 1S65 ; Francis Agnew, born 21 May, 
1867; died 6 June following; Francis Anthony, 
born 20 March, 1S70 ; Mary Jane ; Catherine Sarah 
Delia ; Elizabeth Ida, Margaret Maria. 

(5) William Wynne, born 19 May, 1S02 ; died 3 Oct., 
1S20. 

(6) Charles, born 19 Feb., died 1 March, 1805. 

(7) Robert Agnew (Martin), rector of Moyliscar. co. West 
meath, born 16 Sept.,iSo6; died s.p. 15 July, 1S75 ; mar- 
ried Frideswide Catherine Harriette, eldest daughter of 
Robert jSandys, Esq., of Crevaghmore, co. Longford, 
she died 4 April, 1880. 

(8) Elizabeth, died April, 1878 ; married Feb., 
1S20, to Richard Standish, lieut. R.M., who died May, 
1S61, having had 7 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Richard Nash (Standish), B.A. Trinity Coll. .Dub- 
lin, incumbent of Manor Hamilton, 1S68-77 ; born 2 
Nov., 1820; married 13 Dec, 1S49, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Lieut.-col. Charles Cox, s.p. 
[2] Austin Martin (Standish), col. and adj. -gen. in Con- 
federate Army ; killed near Montery, Mexico, by Cor- 
tine's guerillas, in 1S64 ; married 1857, Mildred, 

daughter of Gov. Parsons, and sister to Lieut. -gen. 
Parsons, and had 3 sons. 

(1) Richard Adolphus, born 6 Dec, 1857 ; died un- 
married, 3 Oct., 1SS4. 

(2) Austin DArcy, of Jefferson City, Missouri, phy- 
sician, born 31 Oct., 1859 

(3) Monroe Parsons, of St. Louis, Missouri, born 
14 Jan., 1861. 

[3] John Langford (Standish) of N.S. Wales. 



[4] William Henry (Standish), of Rockhampton, 
Queensland, married Jane 

[5] Thomas, of Lexington, Missouri, major in Con- 
federate States Army, born 25 Dec, 1S29; married 29 
Dec, 1S68, Adelia, daughter of Joseph Shewalton, and 
has had 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Austin Gustavus, born 13 Oct., 1S69 ; died 
Sept., 1870. 

(2) Glin Limerick, born 15 May, 1S71. 

(3] Richard Shewalton, born 8 Feb., 1877. 

(4) Ellen Elizabeth. 

(5) Adelia Drite. 

[6] Valentine, died unmarried , 1872. 

[7] Montgomery Agnew, died unmarried, 1867. 
[8] Elizabeth Jane, married 17 Dec, 1862, to Rev. 
Charles Holte Ensell, B.A. Trim Coll., Dublin, 
1858 ; vicar of Lucan, 1862-71 ; of Arnside, West- 
moreland, 1872-6; of St. Paul, Truro, &c, 1876-9; 
chaplain at Havre, 1S79-S1, &c, &c; and has had 
a son and daughter, 

(1) Charles Standish (Ensell); born I Jan., 1S68. 

(2) Elizabeth, died 5 Feb., 1864. 

[9] Millicent Anne, married 1855, to (Hon.) 

Edward King Cox, member S. Australian Legislative 
Council ; he died 25 July, 18S4, having had 4 sons and 
2 daughters, 

(1) Richard Standish (Cox), bom 1S56. 

(2) Elizabeth, died unmarried. 

(3) Mary Constance, married to John Anderson. 
[10] Jane, married 15 Sept., 1S77, to John Minchin 
Harnett, Esq., of Glin Lodge, co. Limerick, J.P., of 
River View, Queenstown, co. Cork, and has a daugh- 
ter, 

Elizabeth Catherine (Harriett). 
[11] Mary Frideswide, married 14 Oct., 1S68, to 
Rev. Edward Augustus Lester, M.A. Trim Coll., Dub- 
lin, 186S ; vicar of Bishop's Nympton, Devon, since 
1SS2, &c, and has 6 sons and 3 daughters. 
Augustine Standish (Lester), born 12 March, 1875 ; 
Cecil, born 11 April, 1876; Charles Valentine, 
born 2 April, 1877 ; Richard Standish, born 23 May, 
1S78 ; \\ illiam Alexander, born 12 May, 1879 ; Ar- 
thur Cyril, born 13 Dec, 1883; Elizabeth Matilda, 
Kathleen Maud, Millicent Mary. 

(9) Anne, born 8 May, 1796; died 31 Dec. follow, 
ing. 

(10) Jane, born 8 Sept., 1S03 ; died 3 June, 1S04. 

(11) Mary, born 20 Jan., 1S08 ; married 

to Pierce Leslie, of Tarbert, co. Kerry, and had (some 
say 22 children) 2 sons and a daughter. 
Austin Martin (Leslie). 

(12) Charlotte Hester, born 20 Oct., 1S09 ; died 5 March, 
1810. 

(13) Susanna, born 31 Oct., 1S12 ; married 1 Jan., 1840, 
to Gabriel Thorp, M.B. Trin. Coll., Dublin; he died 
2S Jan., 1S77, having had 4 sons and 3 daughters 

[1] Charles William (Thorp), F.R.C.S.I., M.D., 

born 9 April, 1842 ; married 4 Aug., 1S69, Edith, 

daughter of Francis Spencer, of Worksop, Notts., 

and has had 6 sons and 3 daughters, 

Spencer (Thorpe) born 15 Feb., 1872 ; Austin, born 
23 Oct., 1873 ; Harold, born 4 April, 1S75 ; Nor- 
man, 24 March, 1879 ; Gerald, born 21 January, 
1881 ; Martin, born 3 Jan., 1883, died 25 Nov., 
1S84; Ethel, Norah, Kathleen. 

[2] Austin Robert, born 8 Jan., 1844 ; died '5 March, 

i860. 

[3] John Gabriel, born 31 August, 1S51 ; died I Nov. 

1S51. 

[4] Gabriel Browne, born 5 Nov., 1S55. 

[5] Elizabeth Mary. 

[6] Mary Gabriella, married 1879, to Henry 

W. Smyth, Esq., who died 1883. 

[7] Alice Susan 



[596] 




BOULTON D'ARCY EDWARD, of 
Shell River, Manitoba, barrister-at-law, 
lieut.-col. 3rd regiment cavalry, active militia of 
Canada; 21ST in descent from Edward I. ; 
born 2 Feb., 1S14; married 29 Aug., 1838, 
Emily, daughter of Charles Heath, late lieut.- 
col. H.E.I.C.S., and has had 3 sons and 7 
daughters, 

[1] Charles Arckoll (Boulton), of Shell River, Manitoba, 
major 46th regiment Canada militia, formerly capt. II. M. 
100th or Royal Canadian regiment of infantry ; born 
17 April, 1S41 ; married 4 Feb., 1S74, Augusta, daughter 
of Richard Latter, Esq., and has a daughter, 

Ellen Mary (Boulton). 
[2] George D'Arcy (Boulton), of Highland Park, Lake 
County, Illinois, U.S.A., and of Chicago, banker ; born 
13 June, 1844 ; married 16 Sept., 186S, Emily Ada, 
daughter of Richard J. Street, Esq., of Hamilton City, 
Ontario, and has had 3 sons and 5 daughters. 

George Allan Heath, born 6 Jan., died 20 Sept., 

1S71 ; Reginald Arthur, born 15 Nov., died 29 Nov., 

1872. 

Kenneth Percival, born 7 Aug., 1876. 

Ethel D'Arcy. Alice Marjorie. Elsie Beatrice. 

Helen Wray. Muriel Heath. 
[3] D'Arcy Edward, of St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., 
born 9 Jan. 1S52. 
[4] Agnes Mary. 

[5] Emily (Boulton), married 30 June, 1S6S, to John 
Robinson Cartwright, of Toronto, Canada, barrister-at-law 
(son of John Cartwright, of Kingston, barrister), and has 2 
sons and a daughter, 

John Macaulay (Cartwright), born Nov., 1872. 

Stephen, born Oct., 1S74. Mabel. 

[6] Mary fane (Boulton), died 4 July, 1S74 ; married 26 
Jan , 1S6S, to Roland Clement Str.ckland, Esq , of Lake- 
field, Ontario, Canada. 
[7] Marjorie Wallace. 

[81 Elizabeth Frances, married to Thomas 

Grimshawe, jun., of Whiteside Cove, Walhalla, North 
Carolina, U.S.A. 

f9] Alice Sayer, married to Charles Nield, of 

Dunedin, Florida. 
[10] Sarah Maude. 






The Descent of 

D'Arcy Edward Boulton, Esq., 

of Shell River, Manitoba, 

from the Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
after Edward the Con- 
fessor ; born at West- 
minster, 17 June, 1232, 
knighted atBurgos, 1254, 
created Earl of Chester ; 
crowned at AVestminster, 
19 Aug, 1274, king of 
~-xy<<S%? England, lord of Ire- 
land, duke of Aquitaine ; he subdued the princi- 
pality of Wales, 1 2 S3, claimed and exercised 
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 issue; their 
descendant 

]~VARCY BOULTON, one of H.M. Judges 
*-* in Upper Canada, (3rd son of Henry 
Boulton, by his wife, Mary Preston, see page 
579,) born 1762; died 1S34 ; 

married 18 Dec, 17S2, Elizabeth, 3rd and 
youngest daughter and co-heir of Mr. Serjeant 
James Forster (by Susannah his wife, daughter 
and co-heir of Sir John Strange, Master of the 
Rolls) ; she died , having had 6 sons and 

2 daughters (a), 

[la] D'Arcy (Boulton), of Toronto, auditor-general of 
Canada, of whom (see page 599). 



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54 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[2,;] Henry John (Boulton), attorney-general of Canada, 
and chief justice of Newfoundland, afterwards of Toronto; 
born in London 22 June, 1790 ; died at Toronto 18 June, 
1S70 ; married 29 April, 1S1S, Eliza, daughter of Ephraira 
Jones, Esq., of Brockville, Ontario; she died 21 May, 
1S6S, having had (with others, who died in infancy, 4 
sons and 5 daughters (b). 

(\b-2a) William Henry Forster (Boulton), born 16 Jan., 

1S19 ; died in infancy. 

(2l>-2a) Henry John (Boulton), of Toronto, born 26 April, 

1S24 ; died June, 1S76 ; married 23 Sept., 1S52, 

Charlotte, only child of Henry Rudyerd, of Whitby, 

Yorks, lieut. 15th regiment, and has had 4 sons and 4 

daughters, 

[1] Henry Rudyerd (Boulton), born 18 Nov., 1856. 

[2J Reginald Rudyerd, born 20 Oct., 1859. 

[3] Charles Rudyerd, born 27 June, 1S61 ; died 28 

Dec, 1S63. 

[4] Wolfrid Rudyerd (a twin with his sister Marion), 

born 19 Oct., 1870. 

[5] Madeleine, died II Sept., 1865. 

[6] Charlotte Constance Rudyerd. 

[7] Elizabeth Rudyerd. 

[8] Marion Rudyerd (a twin with her brother 

Wolfrid). 
(1b-2a) Charles Knightley, born 27 Sept., 1S27; thrown 
from his horse and killed 21 Dec, 1846. 
(ili-2a) George D'Arcy (Boulton), alderman and presi- 
dent of the City Council of Toronto, born 7 May, 
1834 ; married 6 Oct., 1S60, Juliana Mary, eldest 
daughter of Thomas Gibbs Ridout, Esq., of Toronto, 
and has 2 sons and 4 daughters, 

Gerald D'Arcy (Boulton), born 5 Oct., 1867. 

Arthur Henry, born 29 Nov., 1S6S. 

Florence Mary. Laura Milicent. 

Helen Madeline. Adeline Marion. 

(5l>-2a) Harriet Eliza, married 22 May, 1843, as 2n d 
wife to Clarke Gamble, of Pinehurst, Toronto, Esq., 
barrister-at-law, and has 6 sons and 2 daughters, 

[1] John Henry (Gamble), capt. 17th regiment, born 

12 July, 1844; died 14 July, 1879. 

[2] Francis Clarke (Gamble), born 23 Oct., 1848 ; 

married Sarah Elleanor, daughter 

of Clarke, Esq., and has had a daughter, 

who died young. 

[3] Alleyne Woodbridge, born 26 Dec, 1850. 

[4] Raynald D'Arcy, born 12 May, 1853. 

[5 Harry Dudley, born 12 April, 1855. 

[6] Arthur Gordon, born 16 May, 1858. 

[7] Elizabeth Sophia (Gamble), married 

, to Charles Edward Bowker, Esq., of Whittle- 
sea, Cambridge, and has a son and daughter, 
Edward Clarke (Bowker). Catherine Louisa. 

[8] Harriet Emily (Gamble), married 27 April, 1SS0, 

to Isidore Frederick Hellmuth, barrister-at-law, of 

the Inner Temple. 
(6/>-2<!) Sophia, died 3 Nov., 1871 ; married 15 June, 
1842, to James Forlong, col. 43rd light infantry, and 
had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Herbert James (Forlong), of Toronto, born 15 

Dec, 1S46. 

2] Arthur Henry, born 

3] Charles Albert, lieut. R.N. 

4] George Frederick. [5] Sophia Eliza. 

6] Alice, married to Rev. Charles, of 

, G Bethune, M.A., son of late 

bishop of Toronto, and has a son, 
Herbert (Bethune). 

[7] Agnes Georgina. 
(1b-2a) Elizabeth, died 20 April, 1S44 ! married, 

, to (Hon.) John Hillyard Cameron, of the 
Meadows, Toronto, and had an only son. 

Hillyard Henry Angus (Cameron), major the Bed- 
ford regiment since 1SS1 ; adjutant to auxiliary forces, 



1S75-81 ; born, 29 March, 1S44; married , 

Mary, daughter of Ferguson, Esq., and 

has 2 daughters. 
(8) Clara Louisa, married 5 Oct., 1S47, as 2nd wife to 
John Cayley, Esq. , formerly of Toronto (6th son of John 
Cayley, of St. Petersburgh, see Foster's Baronetage), 
and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Claud Thornton (Cayley), of Bickley, Kent, born 
9 June, 1854 ; married , and has 

a son and daughter; a son, born 2 July, 18S2; a 
daughter, born 16 July, 1883. 

[2] Francis Osmund, of Toronto, born 30 Sept., 1856. 
[3] Adela Sidney (Cayley). married 8 May, 1873, to 
Christopher Wolston, M.D., of Croydon, Surrey, 
and has a daughter, 

Adela Maud (Wolston). 
[4] Clara Louisa. 
(9£-2<r) Charlotte Augusta, married I May, 1873, to 
William Henry Crawford, Esq., of Quebec, and has 2 
daughters, 

Charlotte Augusta (Crawford). Clara Mildred. 
[3a] Charles (Boulton), born 15 June, 1797; died 27 
Feb., 1S09. 

[4a] George Strange (Boulton), of Coburg, Upper Canada, 
barrnter-at-law ; for 26 years member of the Legislative 
Council ; lieut. -col. of militia; born 11 Sept , 1797 ; died 
13 Feb., 1869 ; married 1st, 29 Jan., 1824, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Henry Boulton, Esq., of Moulton, by his 3rd 
wife (see p. 5S2), she died 4 Oct., 1S38 ; he married 2nd, 
23 April, 1S40, Anne Maria, widow of adj. -gen. Nicholas 
Fairley Beck, daughter of Jonathan Walton, Esq., she 
died, s.p., 12 Dec, 1862; by his 1st wife he had a son 
and 2 daughters. 

(1) Edward Trevor (Boulton), born II Feb., 1830; 
died unmarried. 

(2) Harriet. 

(3) Georgiana (Boulton), died 8 May, 1864 ; married 
10 July, 1848, to Rev. John Walton Romeyn Beck, 
rector of Peterborough, Canada (son of Nicholas Fairly 
Beck, adj. -gen.), and had 7 sons and a daughter. 

1] George F"airley (Beck), born 10 Jan., 1851. 

2] Harry Thatcher, born 21 Aug., 1853. 

3] Arthur Romeyn, lieut. R.N., born 11 Feb. 1855 ; 

ost in H.M.S. Atalanta. ' 

4] Nicholas du Bois, born 4 May, 1857. 

5] Geoffrey Strange, born 6 June, 1859. 

6]Charles Beauclerc, born 18 Sept., 1863. 
Anna Maria. 

[5<z] James (Boulton), of Tcronto, barrister-at-law, born 
27 July, 1 801 ; died Aug., 1878; married 1st, 20 May, 
1S23, Susannah, daughter of Elisha Beaman, Esq., she 
died July, 1827, having had a son and daughter, 

(1) D'Arcy (Boulton), born 29 March, 1S25 ; died s.p. 
14 Feb., 1875 ; married Louisa, 
daughter of Thomas Corbett, Esq., of Perth. 

(2) Esther. 

James Boulton married 2nd, 16 Feb., 1830, Harriet, 
daughter of Dr. Thorn ; she died Jan., 1839, having 
had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(3) Alexander Gregg, bom 26 Nov., 1S30, died April, 
1S69. 

(4) Forster James, born 21 Sept., 1832, died 
married " , Jane, daughter of Col. Graham, 
and had a son, 

Claude Forster (Boulton). 

(5) Susannah Margaret, married , 1855, 
to John Small, Esq., of Toronto, s.p. 

(6) Harriet Eliza. 

James Boulton married 3rd, 18 May, 1S43, Margaret 
Nielina, daughter of Major Thomas Fortye, Sth regiment, 
(by his wife Jane Athol Gordon, daughter of John Camp- 
bell, Esq.), and had 3 sons, and 2 daughters. 

(7) James Lorn Fitzroy, born 29 April, 1S4S : died 21 
Oct., 1S63. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



SS 



(8) Eustace Colin Campbell, born 5 July, 1S53 ; died 
2S July, 1S54. 

(9) Frederick Campbell Melfort, bom 25 Nov., 1850 ; 
married 1 June, 1SS1, Amy or Emma Augusta, daugh- 
ter of William Dickson, Esq., of Woudlawn, Niagara, 
and grand-daughter of W. H. Draper, C.B., chief jus- 
tice of Canada, and has a daughter, 

Florence Athol Gordon, born 17 May, 1SS2. 

(10) Adeline Georgina Mary, died 13 Feb., 1883; 
married 13 April, 1S6S, to 'George Lee le Mesurier 
Taylor, lieut. Bedford regt., and had a son. 



(11) Edith Louisa, married 15 Nov., 1S71, to Samuel 
Nordheimer, Esq , of Genedyth, Toronto, and has 2 
sons and 7 daughters. 

Stuart FiUroy Boulton (Nordheimer), born 16 Dec 
1S72. 

Samuel May (Nordheimer), born 20 May, 1S76. 
Julie Niellina Boulton. Athol Gordon Boulton. 

Matilda Adeline Boulton. 

Errol Louise Boulton (twin with) Edith Vera Boulton. 
Cecd Evelyn Boulton. Estelle Mary Boulton. 
[6] William (Boulton) in holy orders; born 1 Dec, 
1S05; died 31 May, 1S34; married 14 Oct., 1S29, 
Frances, daughter of Capt. Carew, R.N., and had 2 
sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) William Somerville (Boulton), of Toronto, C.E., 
born 21 July, 1830; drowned in s.s. Hungarian, off 
Cape Sable, Newfoundland, 19 Feb., 1S00-3 ; mar- 
ried 30 May, 1854, Caroline Howorth, daughter of 
Col. Graham, of Devonshire Terrace, Hyde Park, 
having had a son and 2 daughters. 

John Graham (Boulton), bom 12 Oct., 1S56. 
Dora Caroline. Anna Frances. 

(2) Henry Carew, born 23 Sept. 1S33 ; married 

1S64, Martha Jane Cowin, daughter of 
Hill, Esq., and has had 2 daughters. 
Frances Charlotte (Boulton). 
Anne Hill, died young. 

(3) Caroline, died 18 March, 1874 ; married 21 Jan., 
1S57, to G. Wilgress, Esq. (son of Col. Wilgiess, of 
Montreal), and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(4) Anne (a twin with Henry Carew), died young. 
[7*] Elizabeth (Boulton), died 11 April, 17S9. 

[Si] Harriet Elizabeth, born 29 Oct., 1S03. 

rVARCY BOULTON, of Toronto, auditor- 
*-* general of Canada, born 3 June, 1785; 
died 20 April, 1846; married, 1S09, 

Sarah Anne, daughter of Christopher Robinson, 
Esq., of Kingston, Canada ; she died 20 Aug., 
1S63, having bad 5 sons and 3 daughters (c). 



[lc] John Andrew (Eoulton), of Toronto, born July, 
1810 ; died unmarried 1829. 

[2c] William Henry (Boulton), of the Grange, Toronto, 
barrister-at-law, many years mayor of Toronto, and repre- 
sentative of that city during several parliaments ; born 19 
April, 1S12 ; died s.p. I Feb., 1874 ; married 

Harriette Elizabeth, daughter of Thos. Dixon, 
Esq., of Amsterdam, who resided as consul of the 
Netherlands in Boston, Mass. ; she re-married 30 Sept., 
1S75, t° Professor Goldwin Smith. 
[3c] D'Arcy Edward (Boulton). first-named (see pace 
597). P b 

[4,-] Beverley Robert, died unmarried, 1S40. 
[5c] John Boulton (Boulton), of Toronto, bom 12 Oct., 
1S29 ; married, 1 Oct. 1S57, Martha Rowan, daughter 
of William Gamble, Esq., and has 4 sons and 5 
daughters. 

(1) Christopher Robinson (Boulton), bom 10 Sept., 
1S59. 

(2) Arthur St. George, born 25 Oct., 1S62. 

(3) Herman Eugene, born 21 Dec, 1S64. 

(4) John D'Arcy, born 3 Oct., 1S73. 

(5) Mary Augusta. 

(6) Laura Louisa Brenchley. 

(7) Emily Grace. 
(8) Amy Madeleine. 

(9) Edith Adelaide 
[Gc] Mary Sayer (Boulton), died 23 Aug , 1S37 ; married 
10 Dec, 1833, as 1st wife to Clarke Gamble, Esq., of 
Toronto, barrister-at-law, and had a son and daughter. 

(1) John Clarke (Gamble), born 31 July; died 4 Aue., 

1837. (2) Sarah. 

[7c] Emma Robinson (Boulton), married 
to Hon. William Cayley, of Toronto, barrister-at-law 
(2nd son of John Cayley, Esq., of St. Petersburgh, mei 
chant, and afterwards of Beddington, Surrey, see Foster's 
Baronetage), and has 10 children, of whom are, 

(1) John D'Arcy (Cayley), rector of St. George's, 
Toronto, born 1837. 

(2) Edward. 

(3) Francis, born , 1845. 

(4) Beverley, born , 1855. 

(5) Hugh St. Quentin, born 1857. 

(6) Harriet Anne, married to James Strachan 
Cartwright, barrister-at-law. 

(7) Mary, married 23 Aug., 1S66, to William Glascott, 
capt. late 30th regiment, and has two sons and three 
daughters, 

William (Glascott), born 29 June, 1869. 
Francis James. Ethel. Amy. Eva. 

(8) Sophia Emma. 

[8<-] Sarah Anne (Boulton), manied to 

Charles Wallace Heath, Esq., of Toronto, barrister-at- 
law, and has 5 sons. 

Charles D'Arcy (Heath). 

Stuart. Beverley. D'Arcy. YYillhm 



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LJILLIARD, WILLIAM ROBERT, lieut. 

R.E., 19TH IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD 

III. ; born 4 Jan., 1861 ; married 22 Nov., 1882, 
Lily, only daughter of Henry Mackinnon, Esq., 
of Mussourie, India. 




The Descent of 
William Robert Hilliard, Lieut. R.E., 

from the 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 j 
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 
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 n 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 

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he remained nearly five years (for further par- 
ticulars see Royal Lineage Foster's Peerage). 
The King died at Sheen, Surrey, 21 June, 1377, 
having had issue ; their descendant 

(CATHERINE BLENNERHASSETT, 
^^ (daughter of Robert Blennerhassett and 
Avice Conway, see page 566), married, 1st, 
to Richard MacLoughlin, of Ballydowney (son 
of Capt. Richard MacLoughlin by Elizabeth 
Pue, of Dublin) ; she re-married to John Con- 
way and had a daughter, Mildred Conway, wife 
of Thomas Jeffcott, of Tonarigh. By her 1st 
husband she had 2 daughters. 
[1] Elizabeth (MacLoughlin), married to Capt. Myles 
Martin, ot Lurgan, co. Down, and of City of Cork, 1733 ; 
he died 1735, having had a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry (Martin). 

(2) Eleanor, married 1744, to William Hilliard (son of 
Christopher Hilliard, of Baltygarron & Listrim) ; he 
was buried at Ballynahaglish Church, iS Aug., 1747. 

(3) Catherine (Martin). (4) Agnes. 
[2] Avice (MacLoughlin), married to John Mason, of Bally 
MacElligot (said to be great grandson of Sir John Mason, 
of Sion House, Middlesex, by Elizabeth, daughter of 
John Toucher, Lord Audley), and had 3 sons and 3 
daughters. 

(1) James (Mason), married Catherine, 
daughter of Pierce Power, of Elm Grove (by Catherine 
O'Hara), and had, with other issue, a son and daughter. 

[1] John (Mason), of Ballydowney, married 1764, 
Jane, youngest daughter of Thomas Hurly, Esq. 
[2] Elizabeth (Mason), married 15 Nov., 1760, to 
Dr. Robert Emmett, and had 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Christopher Temple (Emmett), died unmarried. 

(2) Thomas Addis (Emmett), solicitor-general 
Mew York State, married, and had issue. 

(3) Robert, "The Irish Patriot," hanged for 
treason 1S03. 

(4) (daughter), grandmother of Viscountess 

Doneraile. 

(2) Richard (Mason), had at least a son and daughter. 
[1] Richard, married Jane Gorham, and had a son, 
who married a Miss Sparks, and a daughter, Alice 
(see also p. 378). 

[2] Avis or Alice, married to Walter Eagar, of Kil- 
larney (see page 593). 

(3) John (Mason), died unmarried. 

(4) Catherine, married to her cousin Francis Spring 
(seepage 592). 

(5) Barbara (Mason), married to William Hilliard, 
of whom immediately. 

(6) Ellen (Mason). 



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D ARBARA MASON (2nd daughter of John 

Mason, aforesaid), married 
to William Hilliard, of Listrim, co. Kerry (great 
grandson of Capt. Robert Hilliard, of Balty- 
garron, co. Kerry); he died 1769, aged 29, 
having had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Robert (Hilliard), of whom presently. 
[2] Christopher (Hilliard), died 1S06 ; married 

Ellen, daughter of Hilliard, of 

; she died iSu, having had 4 sons 

and 2 daughters. 

(1) William (Hilliard), capt. 89th regiment ; died s.p. 

(2) Robert, lieut., killed in the Peninsula ; s.p. 

(3) Morgan, lieut., killed in the Peninsula ; s.p. 

(4) Christopher, capt. 5th regiment ; died in Canada. 

(5) Harriet (Hilliard), married to James 
Royse Yeilding, Esq., and has issue in America (see 
page 571). 

(6) Barbara (Hilliard), married to Francis 
Twiss, and had 2 daughters, Ellen and Elizabeth 
Barbara. 

[3] Avis (Hilliard), married 1st to her first cousin, John 
Mason (?) , she re-married to John O'Connell, of New- 
town, co. Cork (son of Morgan O'Connell, of Kiltannon, 
and Margaret Leppard) ; she married lastly to Major 
Henry Conyngham, 20th regiment of foot. By her 2nd 
husband she had at least a son and daughter. 

(1) Morgan (O'Connell), married Chris- 
tiana, daughter of Henry Stevens, Esq., of Winscot, 
Devon (niece of Henry, Lord Rolle). 

(2) Mary (O'Connell), married to James Hickson (2nd 
son of John Hickson, of Tierbrim), and had a son and 
2 daughters. 

[1] John James (Hickson), died i83a ; 

married Sarah, daughter of Rev. James 

Day, rector of Tralee and vicar-general of Ardi'eu 
(see p. 446), and had, with other issue, 2 sons and a 
daughter. 

(1) James John (Hickson), of Hillville, co. Kerry, 
J. P. ; died 19 Oct., 1S65 ; married 4 Oct., 1S41, 
his cousin, Deborah Godfrey, daughter of Rev. 
Edward Day, rector of Kilgobbin (see p. 446), and 
had a son and 5 daughters. 

[1] Edward Day (Hickson). born iojan., 1856. 

[2] Deborah Margarette. 

[3] Sarah Mary. [4] Lucy Eliza. 

[5] Edwardina, married to Thomas A. 

Mulvany, C.E., and has a daughter, Isabel Day. 

[6] Jane Maria, married 29 Nov., 1SS1, to John 

Spring, L.S.A. Lond., L.M., and has a son 

and daughter. 

Arthur Day (Spring), born 4 July, 1S83. 

Eva Mary. 

(2) John. ' (3) Mary Agnes (Hickson). 
[2] Ellen (Hickson), died July, 1832; married 

1818, to her cousin Morgan O'Connell 
Busteed, M.D., of Tralee ; he died without issue 27 
Jan., 1830. 

[3] Maria, died 12 Sept., 1813 ; married 10 May, 
1808, to her cousin, William Hilliard Busteed, of 
Castlebar (see below) ; he died 5 Feb., 1824, having 
had at least a son and 4 daughters. 

(1) John William (Busteed), of Castle Gregory, 
Tralee, J.P., L.R.C.S.I., 1843 i born 2 ° J ul y> 
1816, unmarried. 

(2) Catharine. 

(3) Frances, died unmarried. 

(4) Barbara, died unmarried. 

(5) Ellen, died unmarried. 

[4] Mary (Hilliard), married to Major Richard 

Ellis, 66th regt., and had, with other issue, a son 



Thomas Ellis, a master in Chancery, Ireland, 
M.P. Dublin (June) 1S20-6; died 1832 ; 

married Dymphna, daughter of Col. Wm.' 

Thomas Monsell, of Tervoe (see Foster's Peerage, 
B. Emly), and had, with other issue, a son, 

Richard Ellis, of Glenasrone, co. Limerick, 

J. P., M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin ; born 1805 ; 

died 1S79; married 1st, 

1S29, Frances Anne 2nd daughter of Rev. Robert 

Conway Dobbs, of Castle Dobbs, co. Antrim ; she 

died ; he married 2ndly, 1852, 

Mary, eldest daughter of Henry Chandler, Esq., of 

Buckingham ; she died ; he married 

3rdly, Louisa Theodora Blennerhassctt, 

daughter of Edward Supple Eagar, Esq. (see page 

568). By his 1st wife he had, with other issue, a son, 

Thomas Ellis, of Glenasrone, co. Limerick, M.A. 

Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1S79; incumbent of Killvlea. 

co. Antrim, since 1S5S; born , 1S30; married 

1854, Louisa Jane, eldest daughter of John 

Echlin Mathews, lieut. -col. co. Down militia ; and 

has. with other issue, a son, 

Richard Ellis. 

[5] Catherine (Hilliard), died Feb., 1830 ; married 

, 17S0, to John Busteed; he died March, 

1819, having had 5 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Richard, 17S2, died s.p. 

(2) William Hilliard (Busteed), of Castlebar, died 
5 Feb., 1824, aged 40; married 10 May 1S0S Maria, 
daughter of James Hickson, Esq., of Fermoyle ; she 
died 12 Sept., 1813, having had a son and 4 daughters 
(see above). 

(3) George Washington Busteed, born 17SS; married 
Anne Gale, and had at least 2 sons. 

[1] Richard, a judge in Alabama (4th son). 
[2] John, had at least 3 daughters. 

(4) Morgan O'Connell (Busteed), M.D. ; born 1789 ; 
died s.p. 27 Jan., 1830; married 1S18, 
his cousin, Ellen, daughter of John James Hickson, 
Esq. ; she died , July, 1832. 

(5) John (Busteed), born , 1791 ; died 14 July, 
1S63 ; married 1st, his cousin, Mary Ellis, who died s.p. 
1839 ; he married 2ndly, 1S40, Isabella, daughter 
of Donald MacKay, of Newry ; she died Way. 1S49 ; 
he married 3rdly, Mary Fitzgerald, who died s.p. 

25 Dec, 1879 ; by his 2nd wife he had 3 daughters. 
Anne, Mary, Isabella, all unmarried. 

(6) Barbara, died s.p., married 1S34, as 2nd wife, to 
her cousin, John Busteed Knox, Esq., of Ennis, co. 
Clare. 

[6] Christina (Hilliard), died unmarried. 

DOBERT HILLIARD, of Listrim; born 
^ 1742; died 1798; 

married 17641 Mary, daughter of Robert 

Hewson, of Castle Hewson, co. Limerick ; she 

died 1814, having had 6 sons and 

6 daughters. 

[1] William (Hilliard), of whom presently. 

[2] Robert, died s.p. 1S01. 

[3] George, died s.p. 1S69; married Mary, 

daughter of Giles, Esq. ; she died 1S60. 

[4] John, of Ballydunled ; died 1S60; married (sett. 

19 Jan., 1S24) Anne, daughter of Robert Hickson, Esq., 

of Fermoyle, and had an only daughter, 

Catherine (Hilliard), died 22 June, 1S71 ; married 

1843, as 1st wife to Major Oliver Day Stokes, 

of Castle Ballymalis and Carairaig, co. Kerry (see 

p. 43S), and has had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry (Stokes), lieut. 38th regt. ; died unmarried 

26 Dec, 1872. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



(%) William Edward, 14th Hussars; born Feb., 

1852; died 27 Sept., 1878. 

(3) Oliver Adrian, R.N. ; born 14 Dec, 1S54. 

(4) Annie Tane. 

(5) Elizabeth Emily. 

(6) Kathleen Emily, married 3 Nov. 18S3, to Capt. 
James White Thurburn, R.E. 

[5] Christopher (Hilliard), died 1S21 ; married 

Ellen, daughter of Thomas Collis, of Barrow ; she died, 
having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) John (Hilliard), married , Elizabeth, 
daughter of John Creagh, of Dromartin, co. Kerry 

(2) Robert, died s. p. 

(3) Elizabeth, married 23 April, 1S35, to Rev. John 
Kerin, rector of O'Brennan, &c. ; he died 4 March, 
1873, having had a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] John (Kerin), born 10 Dec, 1837; died un- 
married, 19 Jan. 1877. 
[2] Ellen, died young, 1S44. 
[3] Elizabeth Avis. 

[4] Catharine Collis (Kerin), married 8 July, 1S74, 
to E C Morris, Esq. 

(4) Mary. 

[6] Henry (Hilliard), of Tubrid, captain 2Sth regiment ; 

served in the Peninsula and at Waterloo ; born ; 

died 27 Dec, 1S74; married , 1836, Catherine, 

daughter of J Taylor, Esq., of ; she 

died April, 1841, leaving an only child. 

Jane (Hilliard), married iS Sept., 1862, to John 

George Hewson, E^-q., of Tubrid House, Ardfert, 

co. Kerry, and had 4 sons and a daughter. 

Henry Hilliard (Hewson), born 9 July, 1S63. 

George Francis, born 30 Jan., 1S68 ; died young. 

John Alexander, twin with Thomas Vincent, born 

29 Dec, 1869. 

Laura Georgina. 
[7] Barbara, married to Samuel Sealy, of Maglass, co. 
Kerry, and died s.p., 1832. 
[8] Lilias, died s.p. 

[9] Catherine, died ; married 

to Jeremiah Lawlor, Esq., of Tralee ; he died 
having had, with other issue, 5 sons. 

(1) Michael, of Tralee, born March, 1S09, died s.p., 
23 March, 1S80; married , 1854, Lucinda, 
daughter of Capt. David Morphy, of Tralee (see Her- 
bert, of Brewsterfield). 

(2) Robert (Lawlor), died unmarried 

(3) William, M.D., of Tralee, born 1 April, 1815 ; 
died s.p., 28 Aug., 1SS3 ; married Margaret 
Elmslie, daughter of Capt. James Aaron Roy. 

(4) John, born 3 Oct., 1S18 ; married 21 July, 1S46, 
Catharine, elder daughter and co-heiress of Col. John 
Eliot Cairnes, K.H., J. P. Tyrone, and has had 7 sons 
and 4 daughters. 

[1] John Elliot Cairnes (Lawlor), Royal Irish Con- 
stabulary, born 15 Oct., 1848. 

[2] William Hamilton, born 15 Aug., 1850, married 
Mary Ellen 2nd daughter of Robert Martin of Kil- 
brony, co. Down, J. P., and has issue 
[3] George Hilliard, born 26 January, 1857 ; died 
26 March, 1858 



[4] Hugh Jackson (Lawlor), in Ho., B.A., B.D., 
Trin. Coll., Dublin, born n Dec, i860. 
5] Thomas Hamilton Jones, bom 
6] Arthur Cairnes, born 
7] Henry Cairnes, born 
8] Catherine Hilliard, married 
to David Ellis of Creeve house, Newry, and has 
issue 

[9] Susan May, married to Rev. J. N. Shearman, 
and has issue 

[10] Annie Constance Gwynne, born 16 July, 1S59 ; 
died, 22 Nov., 1S75. 
[11] Lucy Elizabeth Cairnes 
(5) Edward (Lawlor), of Dublin, solicitor, born 16 
March, 1S20 ; married S Feb., 1847, his cousin Ellen, 
youngest daughter of William Lawlor, and has an 
only surviving daughter, Fanny. 
[10] Ellen, died unmarried. 

[11] Elizabeth, died 10 Feb., 1S71 ; married II Feb., 
1S05, to Major the Hon. Edward de Moleyns (see page 
662) ; he died 31 July, 1841, aged 63, having had 3 
sons and 2 daughters. 
[12] Mary, died unmarried. 



WflLLIAM HILLIARD, of Listrim, co. 
Kerry, J. P., capt. Limerick militia; 
died January, 1833; married 11 April, 1804, 
Margaret Agnes, daughter of Arthur Herbert, 
of Brewsterfield (see page 771); she died 19 
April, 1862, having had 6 sons and 4 daughters 

[1] Robert, born 21 Nov., 1805; died II Sept., 

1S24. 

[2] Arthur Herbert, born 26 Nov., 1807 ; died 23 May, 

1S26. 

[3] William (Hilliard), of Cahirs'ee, co. Kerry, J.P., 

born 24 Dec, 1 81 1 ; died 29 Nov., 1879; married 

14 Feb., 1S60, Sarah Louisa, daughter of Frederick 

Nassau Alexander, Esq., and had 3 sons and 5 

daughters. 

(1) William Robert first named (see page 600). 

(2) George, born 9 Oct., 1S62. 

(3) Arthur Herbert, bora 18 June, 1S72. 

(4) Mary Elizabeth. 

(5) Gertrude Anne. 

(6) Margaret Herbert. 

(7) Louisa Lilias Lees. 

(8) Frances Trousdell. 

[4] George (Hilliard), capt. 18th regt., born II April, 

1814; died s.p. 16 Dec, 1S71. 

[5] Bastable Herbert (Hilliard), born 19 March, 1819. 

[6] John Hewson, born 21 Sept., 1826; died 2 June, 

1827. 

[7] Barbara, died unmarried 9 Jan., 1828. 

[8] Mary. 

[9] Gertrude. 

[10] Margaret, died unmarried 22 Aug., 18S2. 



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DOURCHIER, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR 
13 GEORGE, R.A., K.C.B. 1872, served 
in Gwalior campaign, commanded field battery 
Indian mutiny, and a frontier district Bengal 
1868-73 ; retired full-pay colonel Royal Artil- 
lery ; 20TH IN DESCENT FROM EDWARD I. ; 

born 23 Aug., 1821 ; married 1st, 16 July, 1854, 
Georgiana Clemenson, daughter of John 
Graham Lough, Esq., of London ; she died 2 
March, 186S, leaving 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) George Lough, born 29 July, 1855 ! married II Oct., 

1879, Mary Catherine, daughter ot late Rev. Barcroft 

Boake, principal Colombo academy. 

[2] Edward Herbert, born 24 Nov., 1S56. 

[3] Arthur Charles Francis, born 15 April, 1S64. 

[4] Ina Maude Mary. 

Gen. Bourchier married 2nd, 23 May, 1872, 
Margaret Murchison, daughter of Col. Bartle- 
man ; she died 13 July, 1881, having had a son, 
[5] Herbert Eustace, born 13 Jan., 1S74. 
Bramfield Lodge, St. Margarets, Twickenham. 




The Descent of 

Major-General Sir George Bourchier 

K.C.B., 

From the Blood Roval of England. 

k 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 of Wales 1283, claimed and 




exercised feudal superiority over Scotland ; died 
at Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 
1307, buried in Westminster Abbey; he married 
1st, 1254, Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., 
king of Castile ; she died 27 Nov., 1290, leaving 
issue (see Foster's Peerage-). The king married 
2ndly, at Canterbury, 8 Sept., 1299, Margaret, 
daughter of Philip III. of France ; she died 14 
Feb., 131 7, buried in Grey Friars, London, 
having had, with other issue, a son, 

""THOMAS, of Brotherton (Yorks), where he 
was born 1 June, 1300 ; had a grant of 
the earldom of Norfolk, 16 Dec, 131 2; 
marshal of England by patent 10 Feb., 13 15, to 
him and the heirs male of his body ; constable 
of Norwich Castle; died 1338, buried in St. 
Edmund Bury; married 1st, Alice, daughter of 
Sir Roger Haleys, of Harwich, Essex ; and 2nd, 
Mary, widow of William, Lord Braose of Gower 
daughter of William, Lord Roos ; ('she re-married 
to Sir Ralph Cobham, Knt., and died 1362). By 
his 1st wife he had 2 daughters, of whom the elder, 

1V/T ARGARET, created Duchess of Norfolk 

for life by charter dated 29 Sept., 1397 
died 24 March, 1399; married 1st to John 
Lord Segrave ; had summons to parliament 29 
Nov. (10 Edw. III.), 1336, to 15 Nov. (25 Edw. 
III.), 135 1 ; he made his will at Bretby, Palm 
Sunday, 1352; proved at Lambeth 20 July, 
1353. The Duchess, re-married to Sir Walter 
Manny, K.G., lord of the town of Manny, in 
Cambray ; he founded the Carthusian Monas- 
tery, now Charter House School, about 1371; 
he died 1372. The eldest daughter, viz., 

pLIZABETH SEGRAVE, died 1376; married 

to John, 4th Lord Mowbray, of Axholme ; 

had summons to Parliament 14 Aug., 1362, to 

20 Jan., 1366; he was slain near Constantinople 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



on his way to the Holy Land 9 Oct., 1368, 
having had, with 2 sons, at least 4 daughters. 

[1] Jane (Mowbray), married to Sir Thomas Grey, of 
Heton, Northumberland. 

[2] Eleanor, married to John, Lord Welles, 5th baron; 
had summons to parliament from 20 Jan., 1376 to 26 
Feb., 1421 ; was in the retinue of King John in the ex- 
pedition to Flanders, 27 Edward III., &c, and had, with 
a son, 2 daughters, of whom the elder, 

Margaret, see below. 
[3] Margaret, married to Sir Thomas Lucy, Knt. 
[4] Alianora, married to Roger, Lord Delawarr. 

TV/I ARGARET WELLES, died 29 May, 1422 ; 
married 1st to John, Lord de Huntingfield, 
who had summons to parliament 14 Aug., 1362, 
to 6 April, 1369 ; she re-married before 1376 to 
Sir Stephen Scrope, 2nd Baron Scrope, of 
Masham ; served in the French wars ; went to 
the Holy Land, and was knighted at Alexandria 
1365; summoned to parliament 1392-1406 ; 
died 25 Jan., 1405-6 ; buried in St. Stephen's 
Chapel in York Cathedral ; will dated 5-7 Jan., 
1405-6 ; proved 25 Jan., 1406-7 ; had, with 
other issue, a son, 

CIR JOHN SCROPE, 4 th Baron Scrope of 
Masham, heir to his brother Geoffrey ; re- 
stored to the barony, and summoned to parlia- 
ment from 7 Jan., 1426, to 26 May, 1455 ; 
sworn a privy councillor 28 Feb., 1424; am- 
bassador to the King of Spain and the King of 
the Romans 1428; to Scotland 1429; treasurer 
of England 1432 ; died 15 Nov., 1455; buried in 
York Minster ; married Elizabeth, daughter of 
Sir Thomas Chaworth, of Wiverton, Notts, Knt. ; 
took the veil after her husband's death; she died 
1466, leaving, with other issue, a daughter, 

pLIZABETH SCROPE, married to Sir Henry 
Scrope, 4th Baron Scrope of Bolton ; had 
summons to parliament 3 Dec, 1441, to May 
1455; born at Bolton 4 June, 141S; died 14 Jan., 
1459, having had, with other issue, a daughter, 

pLIZABETH SCROPE, died 12 June, 1503; 
buried at Stoke Rochford, co. Line, mon. 
inscription ; married 1st to Sir John Bigod; 2nd, 
to Henry Rochford, Esq., of Stoke Rochford, co. 
Line. ; and lastly, to Oliver St. John, of Lydiard 
Tregoz, who made his will 2 March, proved 
10 April, 1497 ; had, with 3 daughters, a son, 

C IR JOHN ST. JOHN, knighted by Henry 
VII. in 1487 for his services in the battle 



of Stoke 16 June of that year, when Lambert 
Simnel and his adherents were defeated ; died 
1 Sept., 1512; married Johanna, daughter and 
heir of Sir John Iwardby, of Farley, Hants, and 
Ewell, Surrey (see p. 5), and had, with other 
issue, a son, 

JOHN ST. JOHN, in ward to Sir Richard 
Carew, of Beddington, Surrey, who married 
him to his daughter Margaret, by whom he had 
a son, viz., 

"NTICHOLAS ST. JOHN, of Lydiard Tregoz, 
married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Richard 
Blount, of Maple Durham, Oxon., lieut. of the 
Tower, and had, with other issue, 2 sons. 

[1] Sir John (St. John), married Lucy, daughter and heir 
of Sir Walter Hungerfoid, of Farley, Wilts (she re- 
married to Sir Anthony Hungerfoid), and had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

Barbara (St. John), married to Sir Edward Villiers, 

of whom see below. 
[2] Oliver St. John, knighted in Flanders, president of 
Munster, vice-president of Connaught, Master of the 
Ordnance, Ireland; lord deputy, 1616; created Viscount 
Grandison, of Limerick, 3 June following, with remainder 
to the issue of Sir Edward Villiers. high treasurer, Ire- 
land, 1625, created Baron Tregoz, of Highworth, Wilts, 
21 May, 1626; married Joan, granddaughter of Sir 
William Holcroft (or Rycroft), Knt, daughter and heir of 
Henry Roydon, of Battersea, and died s.p. 30 Dec, 1630. 

T3ARBARA ST. JOHN, married to Sir 
Edward Villiers (youngest son of Sir George 
Villiers by Audrey, his wife), knighted at Wind- 
sor, 7 Sept., 1616, president and commander-in- 
chief of the forces in Munster ; died 7 Sept., 
1626, leaving, with other issue, a son. 

r* EORGE, 4th Viscount Grandison (on the 
^"^ death of his brother John), captain of a 
troop of horse, 1660 ; died ^99; married 

Mary Leigh, daughter and co-heir of Francis, 
Earl of Chichester; she died 7 July, 167 1, 
having had, with other issue, 

VILLIERS (eldest daughter), 

married to Richard Harrison, of Balls, 
Herts (son of Sir John Harrison, Knt.), M.P. 
Lancaster, Oct. 1669-79; March to July, 1679; 
and had, with other issue, a son, John, and a 
daughter, viz., 
T3 ARBARA HARRISON, died 2 7 Dec, 1 7 19, 

aged 5 1 ; buried with her husband in the 
old parish church of Clontarf ; married to Charles 
Bourchier, " a gent of the regiment of horse 
commanded by the Lord Windsor;" M.P. 



AUDREY 



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Dungarvan, 1692-5, 1695-9; Armagh city, 1 7 1 5, 
until his death, 18 May, 17 16, aged 52; had 
4 sons and 5 daughters (a). 

[la] Charles Bourchier, baptized at St. Michan's, Dublin, 

3 April, 1695 ; died young. 

[2a] Francis, baptized at St. Michan's, 22 Aug.. 1696; 

died young. 

[3a] Richard (Bourchier) was Resident at Surat, Governor 

of Bombay, 1718; married Sarah, daughter of George 

Hawkins, of Clay Hill, Epsom, Surrey, and had 2 sons 

and 2 daughters (b). 

(lb-ja) Charles, (Bourchier), of Colney House, Shenley, 
Herts; high sheriff, 17SS ; governor of Madras; 
died s.p. 2 Feb., 1810, aged S2 ; married 6 May, 
1776, Anne, daughter of Thomas Foley, Esq., M.P. 
co. Hereford (see Foster's Fen-age, B. Foley) ; she 
died 14 May, 1814, aged So. 

{2b-ja) James, of Little Berkhamstead, Herts ; high 
sheriff, 1792; died at Bath 5 Sept., 1816; married 
Eliza Diana, daughter and co-heir of Rev. Samuel 
Fowler, recior of Atcham, Salop ; she died 8 March, 
1S37, aged 93, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters (<•). 
[lc-26] Charles, of Christ Church Coll., Oxford, and 
of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-law, recorder of Hert- 
ford, assist, solicitor to the Treasury; born Mar., 
1777, died unmarried, 1S45. 

[2c-2b] James Claud (Bourchier), K.H.,lieut. -general 
in the army, col. 3rd dragoon guards and formerly 
of nth and 22nd regiments of light dragoons; 
born 10 May, 17S0; died 12 Feb., 1S59, aged 79 ; 
married 3 Aug., 1S21, Maria, 2nd daughter of 
George Caswall, of Sacomb Park, Herts ; she died 
14 Oct., 1S50, having had 3 sons and 3 daughters (J). 
(\d-2i) Charles John (Bourchier), of Speen Lodge, 
Newbury, Berks ; served in the 8th Hussars, re- 
tired as a captain unattached ; born 2 July, 1S23 ; 
married 16 May, 1S61, Fanny, eldest daughter of 
James Farr, and has a son, 

Arthur, of Ch. Ch. Coll., Oxon. 
C&d-2c) James Johnes (Bourchier), resides at Fel- 
thorpe Hall, Norfolk ; major 52nd light infantry ; 
born 25 Nov., 1S26 ; married 18 May, 1S64, 
Harriet Anne, 2nd daughter of Hon. Edward 
Cecil Curzon, 2nd son of Harriet Anne, Baroness 
de la Zouche, and has an only son, 

Cecil Edward. 
(Zdsc) Claud Thomas (Bourchier), V.C., knt. of 
the legion of honour, of the Medjidie, &c. ; col. 
rifle brigade ; served in the Caffre war, A.D.C. to 
the Queen, 1S52-3, and in the Crimea at the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and 
at the siege of Sebastopol ; served throughout the 
Indian mutiny, 1857-S, and was at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow, &c. ; born 26 Aprd, 1S51 ; 
died 19 Nov., 1S77, aged 46. 

(id-2c) Maria Diana, married 8 Aug., 1S49, to Rev. 
William James Stracey, M.A. Magdalen Coll., 
Camb., 1843, fellow 1846, rector of Buxton-with- 
Oxnead, Norfolk, since 1855 (see Foster's Baronet- 
age), and has 3 sons and 5 daughters (e). 

[le-41/] John Bourchier (Stracey), lieut. Scots 

guards; born 31 May, 1S53. 

[2e-4d] Claud Edward, lieut 63rd regiment; 

born 29 March, 1S55. 

[3e-jcf] Eustace Wiliiam Cliiherow, r.n.,h.m.s. 

" Alexandra"; served in expedition to E^ypt, 

1SS2 ; 5th class Medjidie; born 29 March, 1S64. 

[ie-4'f] Emma Maria, married S April, 1875, to 

Lieut. -col. Charles Birch- Reynardson, grenader 

guards, A D.C. to viceroy of India 1S72-4, and 

has 2 daughters, 

Miriam Anne ; Alice Mary. 



[5c-4cf] Alice Harriet Argyll, married 17 Dec, 
1S72, to Sir Henry James Tufton, Bart., created 
Lord HothSeld (ste Foster's Peerage), and has 
3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Hon. John Sackville Richard (Tufton), 
born S Nov., 1S73. 

(2) Hon. Sackville Philip, born 5 May, 1S75. 

(3) Hon. Charles Henry, born 16 May, 1S79. 

(4) Hon. Rosamond. 

[6e-jd] Evelyn, died 3 Dec, 1SS3 ; married 14 
Aug., 1S79, to Hon. Arthur Henry Chichester, 
only son of Henry Spencer, 2nd Baron Temple- 
more, and had a son and daughter. 

Arthur Claud (Chichester), born 12 Sept , 
1SS0; Evelyn Laura Mary, died 20 Dec, 1SS3. 
[te-4d] Margaret Susan. [Se-jtf] Ida Marion. 
(5./.?<-) Emma Monckton, died 12 March, IS [8. 
[Gd-sc) Susan Ann, died 25 Nov., 1S5S; married 17 
May, 1S53, to Capt. Rowland Francis YValbanke 
Childers, of Cantley, Vorks, Scots fusilier guards ; 
he died 12 Nov., 1S55, leaving an only daughter, 
Rowdanda. 
[Se-2b] Diana (Bourchier), died s.p., June, 1S67 ; 
married , to John Newell Birch, of Hen,ey 

Park, clerk of House "of Lords. 
[ie-2b] Emma Audrey, died unmarried. 
{36-ja) Sarah, died unmarried, 10 June, 1796, aged 67. 
(ib-ja) Emilia, died unmarried, I Jan., 1S00, aged 67. 
[iz] Edward, of whom see below. 
[5a] Maiy. 

[6a] Barbara, married to Richard Prittie, of Dunalley, 
co. Tipperary, and had, with other issue, a daughter, 

Mary (Prittie), married to Major-gen. Robert Lewis, 
E.I.C.S., and had, with other issue, a daughter, 

Harriet (Lewis), married to Samuel Bourchier, 
named below. 
[7a] Catherine, wife of William, grandson of Sir Abraham 
Yarner, and had issue. 

[8^] Anna Maria, died 12 Dec, 1725; married as 1st 
wife, to John, 6th Lord Ward, created Viscount Dudley 
and Ward, 1763 ; he died 6 May, 1774, leaving by her 
a son, Tohn, 2nd viscount, married, and died s.p., 12 
Oct., 17S8. 
[da] Arabella, died unmarried, 1718. 

CDWARD BOURCHIER, M.A., rector cf 
Bramfield, 1740-75; vicar of All Saints 
and St. John, Hertford, 1 741-71 ; J. P. Herts; 
born 7 April, 1707; died 17 Nov., 1775; 
married , Elizabeth, daughter of 

Rev. Edward Gattacre, rector of Mursley-cum- 
Salden, Bucks ; she died 4 July, 1790, aged 75, 
having had 5 sons and 4 daughters(/). 

[If] Edward, of whom see page 609. 
[2/] Charles Bourchier, a member of the council of 
Bombay; born 13 March, 1739; died 2S Nov., 1S1S ; 
married 1st, 7 Oct., 1773, Barbara, daughter of James 
Richardson, of Knockshinnock, Dumfries ; she died iS 
Nov.. 17S4, having had 3 sons and a daughter (g). 

(lg-2f) Charles, and (Zg-sfj Edward, born in Bom- 
bay ; died young. 

(Zg-2f~) Samuel (Bourchier), H E.I.C.S. ; born 
Oct., 1781 ; died at Bombay, 1813; married Ilarri-t, 
daughter of Major gen. Robert Lewis, H. E.I.C.S. (by 
his wife, Mary Prittie, above named) ; she died 

1S50, having had 5 sons and 2 daughters (/;). 
[ U SS\ Robert Francis" (Bourchier), capt. 4th Bern- 
bay native infantry ; born ; died 
1S37 ; married 21 July, 1S32, Antoinette Anna 
Louisa, 9th daughter of Hon. John Rodney (see 



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Foster's Peerage), capt. R.N., chief secretary to the 
government of Ceylon, and had a son and daughter. 

(1) Robert Lennox (Bourchier), lieut.-col. R.M.A.; 
born 1S3S; died 12 May, 1SS2 ; married 14 Oct., 
1S59, Mary, elder daughter of Philip Hast, lieut. 
R.N., and left 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

Philip Lennox Walter (Bourchier), bom 13 
Aug., 1S70; Rodney Lewis, born 24 Jan., 
1S75 ; Raymond Walter Harry, born 26 Feb., 
1SS0; Mary; Amabel. 

(2) Harriet E. Lennox. 

[2/i-^g] Henry, E.I.C.S., died unmarried, in India. 
[3//-_jf] George, lieut. 36th regt.; died unm. 1837. 
fi/i-jg] John, lieut. 26th Cameronians ; died unm. 
[5/i-js] James, died young. 

[6/1-jg] Harriet, married , 1S27, to John Burnett, 
Esq., Bombay civil service (a great nephew of Lord 
Monboddo of Session), and had a daughter, 

Marianne. 
[T/i-jg] Jane, married , 1S29, to Capt. William 

Chambers, Bombay native infantry, and has a 
daughter, 
Jane, married 1S53, to Capt. George 

Geach, and left a son, George Chambers Geach. 
(i?-2f) Eliza, died , 1S56 ; married 22 Oct., 

1779, to her cousin, James Torkington, barrister-at- 
law, who died 6 Feb., 1852, having had 14 children 
(see p. 609). 
Charles Bourchier married 2nd, 25 Jan., 17S7, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. Benjamin Preedy, D.D., 
rector of Brington, Northants ; she died 27 April, 1S22, 
having had 3 sons and 2 daughters (g). 

{5>,-2f) Charles Spencer (Bourchier), M.A., rector of 
Great Hallingbury, Essex. and vicar ofSandridge, Herts; 
born 22 Feb., 1791 ; died 22 July, 1S72 ; married 13 
April, 1814, Eliza, daughter of Samuel Harman, of 
Hadley, Barnet ; she died 22 Jan., 1SS0, having had 2 
sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Legendre Charles Bourchier, col. 98th regt.; 
provisional governor of Trinidad ; served in Afghan 
war, at battle of Ghuznee 1839, storming and cap- 
ture Khelat, twice wounded ; commandant of Kur- 
rachee during the Indian mutiny ; born 13 March, 
1815 ; died 27 April, 1S66 ; married 22 Aug., 1850, 
Margaret, daughter of Rev. Thomas Beane Johnstone, 
rector of Chilton, Somerset, and had a son and 3 
daughters. 

(1) Charles Legendre Johnstone Bourchier, capt. 
Cape Colonial Forces, served Zulu war of 1879 
(medal and clasp), and Basuto war 18S1, late 35th 
and 65th regt., born 5 Aug., 1851; married 18 
April, 1873, Annie Werge, widow of A. Kaye, 
Esq., daughter of E. W. Howey, Esq., of Tyne- 
mouth ; she died 25 May, 1S74, leaving an only son, 

Charles Humphrey Johnstone, born 25 Mar., 
1874. 

(2) Helen Johnstone. 

(3) Margaret Georgiana Johnstone, married 31 
May, 1SS1, to Peter Purves, of Brampton, Hunts., 
and has a son and daughter. 

Douglas Bourchier Johnstone (Purves), born 21 
May 18S3. Helen Georgiana Johnstone. 

(4) Marianne, died young. 

[2] John Henry James, died young. 

[3] Georgiana Anne, married to 

Richard Weller Chadwick, Esq. , and has with other 

Edward F. (Chadwick), late 33rd regt., married 
20 Sept., 18S2, Anna Louisa, daughter of Rev. 
Charles Torkington. 
[4] Marianne Frances, twin with John Henry. 
[5] Emilia Dorothy. 
®g-2f) Richard James (Bourchier), of the Island of 
Malta; borni6June, 1793; married 1st, Miss Lander; 



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2nd, Dorothy, daughter of Capt. Darby, of Hadley, 
Barnet ; by his 1st wife he had a son and 3 daughters ; 
resident 67, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 
(7g-2f) Frederick, bom 16 March, 179S; died un- 
married at Malta 5 March, 1S62. 

(ig-2jf) Georgiana, died 8 March, 1S62, aged 75 ; 
married to James Garden Seton, of the 

Hanaper Office, in the Court of Chancery, and had issue. 
($g-2f) Caroline, born 16 Feb., 1792; died about 1820; 
married 31 March, 1814, as 1st wife to Rev. Theodore 
Dury, rector of Keighley, Yorks, and of Westmill, Herts, 
where he died 2 Oct., 1850, having had 2 sons and a 
daughter, 

fl] Theodore (Dury) and [2] Charles, died young. 
[3] Caroline (Dury), died s.p. 1877, married 

1858, to Rev. W. H. Schwabe, rector of 
Copgrove, Yorks. 
[3/] George, born 11 May, 1741. 

[if] John (Bourchier), capt. R.N., lieut. -governor of 
Greenwich Hospital; born 26 Sept., 1747 ; died 30 Dec, 
180S ; married 1st, Maiy, daughter of Rev. Richard 

Walter, chaplain R.N.; she died 26 Nov., 17S9, having 
had 2 sons and 2 daughters (i). 

{li-4f) George Pocock (Bourchier), died young. 

(2i-4f) Henry (Bourchier), rear-admiral of the Blue ; 

born Oct., 17S7 ; died at Lille 14 Oct., 1SS2 ; married 

Mary, eldest daughter of Lieut.-col. John Macdonald; 

she died at Ostend9Feb., 1S52, aged 62, tearing 2 sons. 

[1] Macdonald, commr. R.N., born 6 Aug., 1S14 ; 

married 5 Dec, 1843, Mary Eliza, eldest daughter 

of Rear-admiral John Hancock, C.B.; she died 

19 June, 1872 ; he married 2nd, 12 May, 1874, 

Charlotte Brumby, youngest daughter of late John 

Holland, lieut. R.N.,and by his first wife had 2 sons 

and 2 daughters. 

(1) Macdonald Augustus Henry, bom 9 Oct., 
1844, died 2S April, 1S50, twin with 

(2) Seton Longuet, born 9 Oct., 1844, married 
25 July, 1S77, Georgiana Marian, daughter of late 
James N. Merriman, M.D., Apothecary Extra- 
ordinary to the Queen., and has had 3 daughters, 

Olive Longuet ; Emily Marion, a twin with 
May, who died in infancy. 

(3) Mary Eliza Sophia. 

(4) Alice Gertrude. 

[2] Henry Prescott Pellew, capt. P. & O. service ; 
born 9 Nov., 1S16 ; died 1 Aug., 1856; marrierl 
April, 1851, his cousin Mary Jane, only daughter of 
Rev. Edward Ince, vicar of Wigtoft with Q.iadring, 
co. Line; she died 13 March, 1S56, leaving a son 
and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry Edward, lieut. R.N., born 5 Mar., 1852, 
married 16 Oct., 187S, to Jane Burnett, daughter 
of J. Williamson. (2) Mary Jane. 
(3) Henrietta Catherine, married 21 Sept., 1881, 
to W. Booth Williamson, Esq. (4) Alice. 
(Zi-4f) Jane, died young. 

(ii-4f) Mary Sophia, born 11 Aug., 1786; died 9 
May, 1S84; married 21 Aug., 1822, to Rev. Edward 
Ince, M.A., vicar of Wigtoft with Quadring, co. 
Line. ; he died 6 Aug., 1S40, leaving a son and 
daughter. 

[1] Edward Cumming (Ince), of Sunbury House, 
Watford, and Marrick Abbey, Yorks., M.A. Jesus 
Coll., Camb., vicar of Meltham Mills, Yorks, 1S53- 
67; of Christ Church, Battersea, 1S67-77 ; hon. sec. 
Church Missionary Society for West Herts; born 17 
Mar., 1828; married 14 Aug., 1850, Elizabeth 
Margaret Caroline, daughter of Dr. John Gason, 
M.D., of co. Wicklow, and has had 5 sons and 2 
daughters. 

(1) Edward John Cumming (Ince), B.A. Corpus 
Christi Coll., Camb.; curate of Melcombe Regis, 
Dorset; born 4 Feb., 1852; married 23 Jan., 



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63 



Philip Lennox Walter Bourchier, 



23Ioot) ftonal 



Edward I., b. 17 June,=f=Margaret (2nd wife), da 
1 239, crowned 1 9 Aug., 1274, I of Philip III. of France, s! 
d. 7 July, 1307. I died 14 Feb. 1317. 




of England 



Thomas ofBrotherton,where=f=Alice (1st wife), dau. of Sir 



he was born I June, 1300, 
Earl of Norfolk 1312, Mar- 
shal of England 1315^.1338 



Roger Haleys 



Margaret, Duchess of Nor-=j=John, Lord Segrave (1st 
folk,i397,d.24March, 1399. | husband), d. 1353. 

Elizabeth, eventually sole=j=John, 4th Lord Mowbray 
heir. ( of Axholme.d. 9 Oct. 1368. 



/bray.=j=Iohn, Lord Welles, sum. to pari. 
I '1376 until his death, 1421. 



Margaret Welles, d.29=pSir Stephen Scrope of Masham 
and Upsale, Yorks(2nd husband), 
sum. to pari. 1392 until his death 
25 Jan. 1405-6. 



dau. of Sir 
Thomas Chaworth of 
'iverton, Notts, d. 1466. 



Sir John Scrope, 4th Baron=j=Elizabeth, 
Scrope of Masham, sum. 
to pari. 1426 until his death 
15 Nov. 1455. 



Tl 

r 



Elizabeth Scrope.=pSir Henry Scrope, 4th 
I Baron Scrope of Bolton, d. 
I 14 Jan. 1459. 



Elizabeth Scrope, d.=j=01iver St. John, of Lydiard Trcgoz 
12 June, 1503. I (3rd husband), d. 1497. 



Sir John St. Johnof Lydiard=j=Johanna, dau. and heir of 
Tregoz, d. 1 Sept. 1512. Sir John Iwardby, of Farley, 

Hants. 



John St. John, of Lydiard=j=Margaret, dau. of Sir 
Tregoz. Richatrd Carew,of Bedding- 

/l^ton, Surrey, Knt. 

A 

Con tin ucd above. 



. John, of Lydiard =f Eli/aU ill, 
Richard Bl 
Durham, 



of Maple 



Sir John St. John=T=Lucy, dau. and SirOliverSt. John, 



of Lydiard Tregoz 
(1st husband). 



heirof Sir Walter cr.Visct.Gri 
Hungerford, of 3 June,i6i6,d. 
Farley, Wilts. 30 Dec. 1630. 



Barbara St, John=f=Sir Edward Yilliers, knted. 
I 7 Sept. 1616, d. 7 Sept. 
1626. 



George Villier^, 4th ViscMunt=j=Mary, 2nd dau. and co- 
heir of Sir Francis Leigh, 
Bart.,cr. Earl of Chichester 
1644. 



Audrey Villi 



>.-r-ivu.ii.iiu 11.1 

I Herts, M. 
J 1669-79. 



Barbara Harrison, 
Dec. 1719, aged 51. 



Charles Bourchier, M.P. 
Dungarvan 1692-5, 1695-9, 
Armagh City 1715 until his 
death, 18 May, 1716. 



Edward Bourchier, M.A.=fEl: 
rector of Bramfield, &c. b. 
7 April, 1707, d. 17 Nov. 
'775. 



beth.dau.ofRev.Edw. 
Gattacre, rector of Mursley, 
Bucks, d. 4 July, 1790. 



bara (1st wife), =f Charles Bour-=pElizabeth (2nd 



dau. of James 
Richardson, of 
Knockshinnock, 
N.B., m. 1773, d. 
17S4 



chier, a member 
of the Council of 
Bombay, b. 13 
March, 1739, d. 
28 Nov. 1S1S. 



wife), 
Rev. Benjamin 
Preedy, D.D., m. 
17S7, d. 1S22. 



Samuel Bourchie 
Oct. 1781, d, 
Bombay, 1S13. 



Met, dau. of Major Eliza, n 
Le\vis,H.E.I.C.S. tojame 
!so. ington. 



of Hon. Henry, E.I 

t. R.N., George. lie 

John, lieut. 



36th regt., d. unm., 1S37. J( 



Harriett, m. 1827, to Jane, m. 1S29, to 
ohn Burnett, Esq., Cap. W. Chambers 



Robert 1 



: Buurcliier, l:ent.-e.,l , Mnry, elder dau. of Phil 
R.M.A., b. 1S38, d. it May, 1882. ( lieut. R.N., m. 14 Oct. 1 

SZ 



Ma^. 

Amabel. 



Ge r^e chambers Geach 



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64 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



1SS4, Annie Nora, daughter of Josceline F. 
Watkins, Esq., J.P., of Watford. 

(2) Ralph Pigijott, born 18 Aug. 1S55; died young. 

(3) Henry Gason (Ince), B.A. Oxon., curate of 
St. Andrew's, Watford ; born 24 Sept., 1S57. 

(4) Charles Arthur Bourchier, born 16 Dec, 1859; 
died young. 

(5) Tames Berkeley Cumming, born 26 Nov., 1S62. 

(6) Caroline Mary Elizabeth, died young. 

(7) Anna Elizabeth. 

[2] Mar)' Jane (Ince), died 13 Mar., 1S56 ; married 
April, 1851, to her cousin, Henry Prescott Pellew 
Bourchier, who died I Aug., 1S56, leaving issue. 
Capt. John Bourchier married 2nd, at St. James', 
Westminster, Dec, 1790, Charlotte, 2nd daughter of 
Thomas Corbett, Esq., of Darnhall, Cheshire, of Elsham, 
co. Line, and of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-law ; she died 
5 Jan., 1S39, having (re-married, 27 Feb., 1S10, to 
Captain Piatt, of royal So Line. Militia ; and lastly, to 
J. Z. Sandars Lang, of Keaton, Devon), had 5 sons and 
5 daughters (i). 

(5i-4f) William (Bourchier), commr. R.N. ; born 

1791 ; died in Canada 22 Jan., 1S44 ; married 1st in 
Canada, 8 April, 182 1, Amelia, daughter of John Mills 
Jackson, of Downton, Wilts ; and had an only son(/'). 
[I/-57] Eustace Fane (Bourchier), lieut.-gen. in the 
army, R.E., C.B., knight of the legion of honour, 
of the Medjidie, &c. ; served throughout the Kaffir 
campaign, 1846, and the Eastern campaign, 1S54-5, 
including the battie of the Alma, Inkermann, and 
Tchernaya, and as brigade major to the royal 
engineers at the siege and fall of Sebastopol ; born 
25 Aug., 1S22 ; married 1st, Anne Jane, daughter of 
Charles Stuart Pillans, merchant, of Rosebank, 
Rondebosch ; she died 6 April, 1S6S ; he married 
2nd, 25 Aug. 1869, Maria, relict of YVilmot Seton, 
of the Treasury; she died 6 Feb., 1882; by his 1st 
wife he had with 5 daughters 2 sons. 

(1) Charles Edward (Bourchier). 

(2) Alfred Heseltine. 

Commr. William Bourchier married 2ndly 

Laura, (1st married to Robert Wrangham 
Luk'n, lieut. Bombay army), daughter of Richard Pres- 
ton, of London, and had with 4 daughters a son (/ ). 
[2J-ji] Henry Seton (Bourchier), major R.M.L.I., 
instructor of musketry, British resident at Lukoja on 
the Niger; born 17 Feb., 1842 ; married 2S May, 1S6S, 
Jessie Caroline, daughter of Robert Hawkes, col. 
Soth regiment, and has a daughter. 
ifii-jf) Thomas Bourchier (a twin with James), by his 
wife Anne, daughter of Morris Graham, of Deal, had 
3 sons. 

[1] Edward, lost at sea. 

[2] William Sutherland Bourchier, stafT-commr. 
R.N., capt.-supt. of the Metropolitan training ship 
Exmouth, commr. training ship Goliath, destroyed 
by fire, Dec, iS75,born 15 Nov., 1823 ; married 1st, 
8 Sept., 1S50, Mina Glover, daughter of John Aldrich, 
master R.N. ; she died leaving 2 

daughters, 

(1) Mina Mary (Bourchier), married 
to Fred. D'Iffanger, Esq. 

(2) Florence Anne, married , to 
William Cooper Keates, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

Capt. Bourchier, married 2ndly, I May, 1S56, Mary, 
daughter of Isaac Halse, of Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
and has also 2 daughters, 

(3) Emily Halse. (4) Ethel Annie. 

[3] Thomas (Bourchier), navigating-lieutenant R.N., 
employed in the searches for Sir John Franklin's 
expedition ; born 10 Sept., 1827 ; died 9 July, 1S66 ; 
married 22 Jan., 1S53, Anne Bourchier, daughter 01 
J. Aldrich, master R.N., and had 6 children. 
W-4f) James O'Brien (Bourchier), settled in Canada, 



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where he was a justice of the peace (twin with Thomas), 
born ; died 28 Aug., 1872, aged 75 ; married 

Jeanne, daughter of James Lyall, of Canada West, 
and had with 6 daughters 2 sons. 

[1] William (Bourchier), married, and has issue. 
[2] John Raines (Bourchier), married, and has issue. 
(81-4/) John, M.D., born 4 March, 1S02; died II 
Feb., 1842 ; married 23 April, 1836, Sophia, daughter 
of Edward Phillips, M.D., of Winchester; she died 
18 April, 1859, having had an only son, 
Walter Bourchier, M.A. (fellow) New Coll., Oxon., 
1863; vicar of Steeple Morden 1874; of Sibford, 
1S64-74 ; bora 20 Dec, 1837 ; married 20 April, 
1876, Harriet Louisa Eliza, daughter of late John 
Peach MacWhirter, Bengal C.S., and has 2 sons and 
2 daughters, 

Walter John Majendie (Bourchier) ; Basil Graham ; 
Constance Corbett ; Sybil Audrey. 
(9/-^/) Julius, clerk in Privy Seal office, born I 
March, 1S03 ; died, 1818. 

{Wi-jf) Charlotte Margaret, died 21 July, 1852 ; 
married 1S19, to Edward Parke, capt. and paymaster 
R.M., who died 14 Nov., 1S35, having had 2 sons and 
3 daughters. 

[1] Richard (Parke), R.M., C.B.,_ colonel in the 
army ; b_.rn 21 March, 1S21 ; married 8 May, 1S62, 
Louisa, daughter of the Rt. Rev. and Hon. Edward 
Grey, lord bishop of Hereford (see Foster's Peerage), 
and has a son and daughter. 

[2] Frederick (Parke), capt. R.N., married Lucy Anne, 
daughter of William John Wickham, of Fareham. 
[3] Caroline Mary (Parke), married 6 Jan., 1842, to 
Rev. Isaac Philip Prescott, M.A. Oriel Coll., Oxon., 
1840, rector of Kelly, Devon, since 1S82, of Willin- 
gale-Doe, 1856-61, vicar of Priors Marston, Warwick- 
shire, 1862-78 (son of Admiral Sir Henry Prescott, 
G.C.B.), and has 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Henry (Prescott), born 7 July, 1843. 

(2) Arthur Edward (Prescott), born 8 March, 
1852 ; married 20 Nov., 1877, Kathleen, daughter 
of late Rev. Henry Clarke, rector of Guisborough, 
and has a son and 2 daughters, 

Henry Cecil, born I March, 18S2 ; Kathleen 
Mary ; Constance Alice. 

(3) Charlotte Alice, died 20 Aug., 1865; married 
25 July, 1S64, to Joseph Kaye, Esq., a master 
of Supreme Court of Judicature (formerly Court of 
Common Pleas), and had a daughter, 

Alice Mary. 

(4) Mary, married 25 July, 1877, to Cart. Hardy 
McHardy, R.N., chief constable Ayrshire, and has 
had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

Robert Prescott (McHardy) Hardy, died 1884. 

(5) Jane, died 21 March, 1850. (6) Beatrice Jane. 
[4] Charlotte, died unmarried 5 Nov., 1851. 

[5] Mary, died unmarried 3 Jan., 1847. 
(\\1-4f) Anne, died 29 April, 1S77 ; married 5 July, 
1S26, to John Spice Hulbert, of Stakes Hill Lodge, 
Hants, J. P. ; he died 21 Feb., 1844, having had 3 sons 
and 3 daughters (£). 

[U-ui] George Alexander (Hulbert), M.A. Oxon., 
born 2 May. 1S27 ; unmarried. 
[2k-iii] John Henville (Hulbert), born 2 June, 1831 ; 
married 1st, 20 June, 1854, Anna Mary, daughter of 
late David John Day, Esq., of Rochester ; she died 
22 Sept., 1S64, having had 3 sons and 4 daughters, 
Walter, born 4 June, 1S56 ; Henry, born 5 June, 
1858 ; Charles, born 5 Feb., 1S60 ; Agnes, Ethel, 
Anna, Ella. 
Mr. John Henville Hulbert married 2nd, 26 
Oct., 1S65, Harriet, daughter of Rev. Joseph Carson, 
D.D. ; she died 14 Dec, 1SS4, having had 4 sons 
and 5 daughters. 
John, born 12 Sept., 1S66 ; Joseph George, born 



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14 Sept., 1S67 ; William Henville, born 29 Aug., 
1S69 ; Thomas Ernest, born 13 July, 1S79 ; 
Harriet Ann, died 23 March, 1S73 ; Fanny 
Eleanor, Caroline Edith, Olivia Mary. 
[U-ui] Charles Curtis (Hulbert), born 28 March, 
1833; drowned at Sandhurst, June, 1S46. 
[ik-ui] Mary (Hulbert), married 21 Aug., 1850, to 
Henry Geldart Metcalfe, M.A., Oxon, of Ringwood 
Hants, and has had 5 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Henry Hulbert Metcalfe, of New Zealand born 
30 Oct., 1S51 ; married 25 March, 1S79, Jessie 
Alexandra, 2nd daughter of late M. Hamilton, of 
Cheltenham, and has a son and 2 daughters. 

(2) John Greetham, born 8 Jan., 1S55. 

(3) Arthur Henry, born 31 'March, 1S59. 

(4) Edward, born 21 Feb., died 6 March, 1861. 

(5) Charles Ernest, born 16 March, 1S64. 

(6) Mary Georgina. (7) Clara Warren. 

18) Constance Alice. (9) Florence Charlotte. 

[5k-ui] Anne Caroline (Hulbert), died 6 Aug., 
1S57 ; married 21 March, 1S55, as 1st wife, to Henry 
Leslie Hunt, formerly of 67th regiment, and after- 
wards capt. royal Wilts militia, late major and 
adjutant of the West York Rifle Y.C. (for his 2nd 
marriage see Foster's Peerage, M. Tweeddale) ; he 
died 17 Dec, 1SS0, leaving by her an only son. 
(1) Henry de Vere (Hunt), B.A. Clare Coll., 
Camb., in holy orders, born 12 March, 1856 ; 
married 20 July, 1SS2, Mary Catherine Caroline, 
daughter of late Rev. P. William Browne, of 
Blackrod, co. Lane, and has a daughter, 
Alice Kathleen (Hunt). 
[6i-i/f] Fanny (Hulbert), unmarried. 
(12i-4f) Caroline, married , to George 

Lamburn Greetham, deputy judge advocate at Ports' 
mouth, who died s.p. 10 Oct., 1S66. 
(iZi-jf) Susanna, born 13 April, 1800; died 9 Nov., 
1S75 ; married at Waltham Abbey, 24 March, 1S27, to 
John Cole, of Easthorpe Court, co. Line. ; he died 12 
April, 1.S55, leaving 2 sons and a daughter. 
[1] John Charles (Cole), of Easthorpe. 
[2] James Edwin (Cole), of Swineshead Hall, co. 
Line, J. P., and of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-law, 
married 7 Dec, 1SS0, Mary Barbara, 2nd daughter 
of late Gent. Huddleston, of Lincoln. 
[3] Mary Ann, married 12 Oct., 1S59, to Hugh 
Williams, Esq. (2nd son of Henry Williams, Esq., 
of Tre'Jarddur and Tre'r Castell, co. Anglesey); he 
died 1S60. 

(14/-^/) Frances, bom 13 Dec, 1807; married to 
John Ovenngton, who died s.p. 1873. 
[5/] Richard (son of Edward), born 11 May, 1749. 
[6/] Mary, born I Oct., 1737 ; married to Rev. James 
Torkingtun, D.D., of Stukeley Hall, and rector of Little 
Stukeley, Hunts, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters (/). 
(11-6/ ) James Torkington, of Great Stukeley, 
Hunts; died 7 June, 182S ; married 22 Oct., 1799, 
his cousin, Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Bourchier, 
Esq., aforesaid, and had 14 children, of whom only 2 
sons married («), 

[\m-if] Laurence John (Torkington), of Great 
Stukeley, Heat. 4th light dragoons ; born 27 Sept., 
1809; died 7 May, 1874; married 26 Sept., 1S39, 
Mary Anne, daughter of Lieut. -col. Walker, R.A., 
and had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) John (Torkington),bom8Sept., 1840; died vram. 

(2) Charles, of Stukeley, The Leven, Tasmania, 
late capt. 41st regiment; born 20 July, 1S47 ; 
married 3 Aug., 1S75, Florence Elizaheth Caroline, 
3rd daughter of Richard George Coke. Esq., of 
Brimmgton Hall, co. Derby, and has 4 sons and a 
daughter. 

Laurence John, born 6 July, 1877; Gerard 
Stukeley, born 24 Sept., 187S; Charles Coke, 



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born 7 March, 1SS0; son born 19 Nov., 1SS4; 
Dorothy Mary. 
(3) Mary Dorolhy. (4) Alice. (5) Isabella. 
(6) Gertrude, married 1 Oct., 1S6S. to Rev Tohn 
Allen, M.A. Exeter Coll., Oxon., 1S61, D.D. 1S76, 
vicar of St. Mary's, Lancaster, since 1S71, rural 
dean, 1871, hon. canon of Manchester, 1878. 
[Zm-il] Charles (Torkington), rector of Aimer, 
Dorset, since 1S71 ; born 13 Dec, 1S17; married 
Ist > > >S42, Anna, daughter of Tames 

Powell, Esq., of Clapton. Middlesex; she died S 
Nov., 1S47, having had a son and 3 daughters hi). 
(ln-sm) Henry, major R.A., adjutant 3rd bri- 
gade, born 26 May, 1843; married Oct., 1S75, 
Annie Ibbetson, daughter of William J Browne, 
Esq., and has 2 sons and a daughter, 

Richard Humphrey, born 1 May, 187S ; Oliver 
Miles, born 27 April, 1SS0; .Mary Catherine. 
(2n-2m) Catharine. (Znsm) Edith, d. 14 Jan.,1847. 
(4n-2m) Anna Louisa, died 26 May, 1S71. 
Rev. Charles Torkington, married 2ndly, Nov., 
1S4S, Ellen Eliza, daughter of Rev. W Cookson, 
and had 3 sons and 2 daughters («). 

{5n-j>m) James, b. 23 Nov., 1S52 ; d. 2 July, 1S73. 
(6n-2m) Edward, born 15 Jan., 1S56. 
("tn-2m) Charles Richard, born 26 March, 1S60. 
\fi11-2m) Georgina. 

(9/i-2w) Amy, married 20 Sept., 1S82, to Col 
Edward F. Chadwick, of Chetnole, Sherborne, 
Dorset, late 33rd regt. 
(2/-cV) Edward (Torkington). 
(3/-6/J Mary. (4/-6/) Dorothy. 

L7/J Prances (Bourchier), bom 6 Tune, 1745 ; married 
to Rev. William Lloyd, preacher 'of the Charter House, 
anu of Much Hadham, and had issue. 
£8/] Elizabeth, born 6 Sept., 1746; married to— Howell 
L9/J Julia Charlotte; born 11 Feb., 1752; married to— 
Tonge, of London. 

gDWARD BOURCHIER, M.A., vicar of 
All Saints and St. John's, Hertford, 1771-85; 
rector of Bramfield, 1775-85; born 6 Sept., 
173 s 5 died 14 Dec, 1785 ; married 
Catherine, 2nd daughter of William Wollaston, 
of Finborough, Suffolk, M.P. Ipswich; she 
died 4 Feb., 1S01, having had a son and 4 
daughters. 

[1] Edward (see below). 

[2] Catherine, [3] Mary, and [4] Elizabeth, died in 
infancy. [5] Blanch Maria. 

J7DWARD BOURCHIER, M.A., rector of 

•^ Bramfield; born 13 July, 1776; died 21 

April, 1S40; married 7 Feb., 1S04, Harriet, 

youngest daughter of Robert Jenner, Esq., of 

Lincoln's Inn Fields; she died 18 Jan., 1S64, 

having had 4 sons and 5 daughters. 

1] Edward, born 6 July, 1S10. 

2] Francis, born 10 Aug. 1S12. 

3] Robert James, born 2 Oct., 1S1S ; died l Oct., 1S83. 

4] Sir George, named on page 603. 

5] Harriet Jenner, born 29 Nov., 1S04 ; married 

, to Rev. W Harris ; died n April, 1SS3. 

[6] Catherine Anne Jenner, died 7 Aug., 1S49. 
[7] Elizabeth Jenner, died 7 June, i860; married 

to Rev. J. North, who died 
[8] Louisa Jenner, born 26 Jan., 1809. 
[9] Emma Jenner, born 9 April, 1S14. 



^ The * Descent * of •<► 



Edmund Anderson Shuldham, Esq., 



Of Dunmanway, Co. Cork, 

FROM THE 



15Iooti i&ogal 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=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. 

=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 




of (EnglatiD". 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1272,^ 
d. 10 May, 1305, 2nd wife. 



Gloucester, 
1295. 



i. 7 Dec. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=f Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
toMri'icvsGaveston,Earlof band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. I ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=pRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Staffurd= 
K.G., d. Oct. 13S6. 



Pliilippa, dau. of Thomas 
I'.eaui.hamp, Earl of War- 
wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
I IS Sept. 1415. 

Isabel de la Pole=f Thomas Morley, 5th Baron 
I Morley, d. 1435. 

Anne Morley=f=Sir John Hastings, of Fen- 
wick, Yorkshire. 

Elizabeth Hastings=j=Sir Robert Hildyard, of 
Winestead, Yorkshire, d. 
J 29 Aug. 14S9. 



Margery 



Mary Hildyard=j=Sir William Ayscough, of 
I Stallingborough, co. Line, 
Knt., d. 26 March, 1509. 



Sii William Ayscough, of=j=Elizabeth (ist wife), dau. of 

Stallingborough, d. 1540-1. | Thomas Wrottesley, of 

AWrottesley, co. Staff. 

A, 

continued ahove. 



A, 

continued from below. 
Sir William Ayscough=j=Elizabeth Wrottesley. 



Sir Francis Ayscough, of=pF.lizabeth (ist wife), da 



South Kelsey, co. Line, d. 
19 Oct. 1564. 



and co-heir of Willi; 
Hansard, Esq., of South 
Kelsey, co. Line, shed. 29 
Sept. 1558. 



Faith Ayscough, 
1550. 



about=j=Edward Maddison, 
Fonaby, co. Line. 



of 



Edward Maddii 
Fonaby, d. 16 1 9. 



of=j=Katherine, dau. of Ralph 
Bosvile, of Bradborne, 
I Kent. 



Sir Ralph Maddison, of=pMary, dau. of Robert 
Fonaby, knighted 23 July I Williamson, of Walkering- 
1603. ham, Notts. 



Humphrey Maddison, of=|=Cornelia (ist wife), dau. 
Coningsby, co. Line. and co-heir of Rev. John 

Duport, D.D. 

Ralph Maddison. of Stam-=j=Theodosia, dau. and co-heir 
ford, co. Line. High Sheriff of Nicholas Newcomen, of 
1679. I Theddlethorpe, co. Line 

John Maddison, of Stam-=j=Katherine, dau. of George 
ford, co. Line High Sheriff I Whichcote, of Harpswell, 
1 719. co. Line, m. 9 July, 1723. 



Anne Maddison, m. 7 Aug.=j=Rev. Sir Will: 
1747, d. 31 Aug. 17S3. 



Catherine Maria Anileivai 
(ist wife), m. 31 July, 1777, 
buried 17 Nov. 17S8. 



Anderson, 
of Broughton, co. Line, 
Bart., d. 9 Mar. 1785. 

Arthur Lemuel Shuldham, 
of Dunmanway ,co. Cork, &c. 
It. -col. E. Devon yeo. 
cavlry., d. Aug. 1S39. 



Kdmund Will. an, 
Shuldham, of 

Dunmanway, co. 
Cork, lieut.-gen. 
H.E.I.C.S., b. 1 
Dec. 1778, d. 17 
Nov. 1852. 



Harriet Eliza Molyneux Shuldham, 

Bunar.dau.of com. R.N.,m. his cos. 

Dr. Rundell, Frances, dau. of Rev. 

of Bath, m. 3 T. N. O. Leman, and 

Dec. 1S17, d. d. 23 Feb. 1866. 
31 July, 1847. =r 



Arthur Shuldham, 
m. 2nd 20 Jan. 1823 
Charlotte, dau. of 
Major Delamain, 
and d. 23 Feb. 1835. 



Maria Lucy= 
Eliza, m. 3 
Sept. 1S01, 
d. 26 Oct. 
1817. 



Rev. Joseph 
Guerin, rec. 
Bagborough 
and Norton 
Fitzwarren, 
Somerset, d. 
A12N0V.1863. 



Emily, 
d. 1877 



Edmund Anderson Shuldham, of Dunmanway, Leopold Arthur Francis, of Harriet Maria=j=George Patrick 
co. Cork, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1S71, M.A., Coolkelan, co. Cork, J.P., b. 25 Catherine, m. I 7th Lord Car- 
lton. It. -col. South Cork Militia, b. 12 May, 1826. July, 1828. 1S52, d. 1SS4 | bery. 

Hon. Georgiania Dorothea=Iames Francis, 4th Earl 
Harriet (Evans Freke) m. of Bandon. 
> June, 1876. 



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SHULDHAM, EDMUND ANDERSON, of 
Dunmanway, co. Cork, J. P., D.L. ; high 
sheriff, 1871 ; M.A. Ch. Ch., Oxon. 1S33 ; late 
major and hon. lieut.-col. South Cork militia ; 
late A.D.C. to Lord Lieut, of Ireland; 21ST 
in descent from Edward I. j born 12 May, 
1826. 




The Descent of 
EdmunD Anderson Shuldham, Esq., 

of Dunmanway, co. Cork, 
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 of 
Wales 1283, claimed and exercised feudal superi- 
ority 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 

JOAN OF ACRE, born there 1272 ; died 10 
May, 1305, having married 1st, 2 May, 
1 290, as 2nd wife to Gilbert de Clare (surnamed 
"The Red "), Earl of Gloucester and Hertford ; 

T6 




he died at Monmouth Castle, 7 Dec, 1295, 
she re-married, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, 
who had summons to parliament as Earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford, in right of his wife 
1 299-1306, 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 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 parlia- 
ment in the lifetime of his father, 131 7-21, and 
1326-36, and «as 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, 

IWr ARGARET DE AUDLEV, died 7 Sept., 
•*■*-*• 1349, having married to Ralph de Staf- 
ford, 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 command at the battle of Cressy ; one 
of the founders of the Order of the Garter ; lieu- 
tenant and captain-general of the duchy of Aqui- 
taine ; he died 31 Aug., 1372, having had with 
other issue, a son, 

O 



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77*<? Descendants of the Kings of England. 



TJUGH DE STAFFORD, KG., 2nd Earl 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, 
Oct., 1386 ; married Philippa, daughter of 
Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and had 
with other issue, a daughter, 

TZ ATHERINE DE 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., 141 5 (on Wednesday next 
after the feast of the Holy Cross) ; made his 
will on the preceding 1 July ; he had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

TSABEL DE LA POLE ; her will dated 1464, 
*■ proved T466 ; married to Thomas Morley, 
5 th Baron Morley, heir of his grandfather ; had 
summons to parliament, 15 July, 1427, to 5 
July, 1435, in which year he died, leaving an 
only son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Robert Morley, 6th baron ; had summons to par- 
liament, 3 Dec, 1441 ; married Elizabeth de Roos, 
daughter of William, Lord Roos, and died 1442, leav- 
ing an only daughter, 

[2] Elizabeth, married to Sir John Arundel. 
[3] Anne (Morley), married to Sir John Hastings, of 
Fenwick-juxta-Ardsley, Yorkshire (see HeralcTs Visita- 
tion, ed. Foster), and had at least 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Sir Hugh Hastings, of Fenwick, high sheriff 
Yorks 1480 ; died 7 June, 1489 ; married Anne, 
daughter of Sir William Gascoigne, of Gawthorpe, 
Yorks, knt. (grandson of the Chief Justice, see Foster's 
Yorkshire collection) ; she re-married to Christopher 
Dransfield, ot Stubbs Walden, and had issue. 

(2) Sir Edward Hastings, married Eleanora, daughter 
of Edward Wodehouse, of Kimberley, Norfolk, and 
had issue ; she re-married 1st, to John Bozun, of Wether- 
ingsett, Suffolk ; and lastly, to Cressener ; she 
died 14S7, leaving issue by her 1st husband. 

(3) Robert Hastings, of Elsing, Norfolk; married 
Isabela, sister of John Thwaites, of Hardingham, 
Norfolk, and had issue. 

(4) Isabel (Hastings), married to Thomas Bosvile, of 
Ardsley and Newhall, Yorkshire, and had issue (see 
Foster's Yorkshire collection). 

(5) Elizabeth, married to Sir Robert Hildyard, of 
Winestead, Yorkshire, called " Robin of Redesdale ; " 
knighted at the coronation of Richard III. ; defeated 
the Earl of Pembroke at Dane's Moor near Edgecote, 
Oxford, and took him prisoner ; he died 29 Aug., I4S9, 
having had, with other issue (see Foster's YorkJiire 
collection), a daughter, viz. : — 

TWTARGERY, or Mary Hildyard; married as 
1st wife, to Sir William Ayscough, of 
Stallingborough, co. Line, knt.; sheriff 1500, 
[6! 



1505, 1508; died 26 March (1 Henry VIII.), 
1509; mon. inscription at Stallingborough; and 
had, with other issue, a son. 

CIR WILLIAM AYSCOUGH, of Stalling 
v ~' borough, co. Line. ; sheriff, 1521 ; knighted. 
1513; made his will, 6 Aug., 1540; proved 
28 May, 1541 ; married 1st, Elizabeth, daughter 
of Thomas Wrottesley, of Wrottesley, co. Staff, 
he married 2nd, Elizabeth, daughter of John 
Strelley, of Strelley, Notts; she died s.p. ; he 
married 3rdly, Elizabeth, widow of Sir William 
Hansard, daughter of John Hutton, of Teddone ; 
she was buried at St. Martin's, Lincoln, 12 May, 
1550 ; by his 1st wife Sir Francis had, with other 
issue, a son. 

CIR FRANCIS AYSCOUGH, of South 
^ Kelsey, co. Line. ; sheriff 1545, 1549, 
1554; knighted "at the winning of Boulogne," 
3 Henry VIII.; died T9, buried 21 Oct., 1564, 
at St. Mary's, South Kelsey ; he married ist, 
Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of William 
Hansard, Esq., of South Kelsey ; she died 29 
Sept., 1558; he married 2nd, Elizabeth, widow 
of William Dallison, daughter of Robert Dighton, 
of Sturton, co. Line; she died 6 Dec, 1570; 
buried at Clerkenwell, leaving by him a son and 
daughter, of whom the eldest, 

T^AITH AYSCOUGH, married about 1550 
■*■ to Edward Maddison, of Fonaby, co. Line, 
and had, with other issue, a son. 

rpDWARD MADDISON, of Fonaby, died 
- 1 — ' 161 9, leaving by Katherine, his wife, 

daughter of Ralph Bosvile, of Bradbourne. 

Kent, with other issue, a son, 

CIR RALPH MADDISON, of Fonaby, 
^ knighted at Whitehall, 23 July, 1603; 
author of Great Britain's Remembrances, pub- 
lished 1650; married Mary, daughter of Robert 
Williamson, of Walkeringham, Notts (ancestor of 
Sir Hedworth Williamson, Bart.), and had, with 
other issue, a son, 

TTUMPHREY MADDISON, ofConingsby, 
1 -*■ co. Line; married ist, Cornelia, daughter 
and co-heir of Rev. John Duport, D.D., master 
of Jesus Coll., Camb., and had issue. He 
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married 2nd, Helen, sister of Henry Wagstaffe, 
of Hasland, co. Derby, and had issue. By his 
1 st wife he had a son, 

TO ALPH MADDISON, of Stamford, co. Line, 
■*-^- high sheriff 1679 > married Theodosia, 
daughter and co-heir of Nicholas Newcomen, of 
Theddlethorpe, co. Line, and had a son. 

JOHN MADDISON, of Stamford, co. Line, 
high sheriff 17 19; married 9 July, 1723, 
Katherine, daughter of George Whichcote, Esq., 
of Harps well, co. Line, and had, with a son, 
3 daughters, of whom the youngest, viz. — 

ANNE MADDISON, died 31 Aug., 17S3, 
*■ aged 56 ; buried at Lea, co. Line, 5 
Sept.; married at Little Grimsby 7 Aug., 1747, 
to Rev. Sir William Anderson, of Broughton, 
co. Line, 6th bart., rector of Epworth, Isle of 
Axholme, 1757-84, baptised at St. Giles'-in-the 
Fields, 31 March, 1721 ; died at Bell Hall, near 
York, 9 March, 1785 ; buried at Lea, 15th, aged 
63, and had 5 sons and 6 daughters (a), 

[la] William (Anderson), baptised 21 March, 1749-50; 
buried at St. Margaret's, Lincoln, 3 April following. 
[2a] John (Anderson), buried at St. Margaret's, Lincoln, 
17 Jan., 1754. 

[3a] Sir Edmund (Anderson), Bart., of Broughton, born 
II Sept., 1758; died 30 May, 1799 ; buried at Lea, co. 
Line, 9 June; married 11 Sept., 1784, Catherine, 
daughter of Thomas Plumer, Esq., of Lilling Hall, 
Yorks ; she was buried at Lea 8 Dec, 1798. 
[4a] George William (Anderson), B.A., rector of Epworth 
and of Lea; born 10 Nov., 1759; died s.p. 16 April, 
1785; buried in York Minster ; married 11 Sept., 1784, 
Lucy, eldest daughter of Thomas Plumer, Esq., of 
Lilling Hall, Yorks. 

[5a] Sir Charles John (Anderson), 8th Bart., of Broughton, 
prebendary of Thorngate in Lincoln cathedral, rector of 
Lea ; born 5 Oct., 1767 ; died 24 March, 1846 ; married 
15 Dec, 1802, Frances Mary, youngest daughter of Sir 
John Nelthorpe, Bart., of Scawby (extinct) ; she died 17 
Aug., 1S36, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters (/•). 
(li-ja) Sir Charles Henry John Anderson (9th bart.), 
of Broughton, born 25 Nov., 1S04 ; married n Sept., 
1832, Emma, youngest daughter of John Savile 
Foljambe, Esq., of Osberton, Notts; she died SAug., 
1870, having had 3 sons and 3 daughters (<r). 
[lc-i/>] Edmund YVilloughby (Anderson), born 27 
July, 1S37 ; died 27 Aug., 1839. 
[2c-/t<] Francis Foljambe (Anderson), of Knaith, 
co. Line, J.P., lieut. Notts yeomanry, born 19 Aug., 
1S41 ; died 15 Sept., 1S81 ; married 14 July, 1S74, 
Anne Louisa, only daughter of late Benjamin Hey- 
wood Jones, Esq., of Larkhill, co. Lane, and had 3 
daughters. 

Margaret Louise (Anderson) ; Katherine Helen ; 
Frances Olive. 
[3c-//>] Charles Whichcott, capt. N. Line, militia, 
born 10 May, 1S45 ; died 7 Sept., 1S77. 
[ic-/i] Charlotte Arabella, married 26 April, 1S62, 
to Col. George Phipps Prevost (brevet 1875), ass. adj. 

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and quarter-mast. -general Home district, 1SS0-5, 
lieut. -col. Royal Welsh fusiliers, 1S70 ; half-pay, 
1880 ; eldest son of Ven. Sir George Prevost, Bart., 
M.A. (see Foster's Baroneiai'A, He died s.d. 27 
March, 18S5. V 

[bc-il.] Emma Theodosia. 

[Sc-ii] Frances Mary, died s.p. 21 Oct., 1870 ; 
married 23 June, 1863, as 1st wife, to Rev. Ernest 
Roland Wilberforcc, afterwards bishop of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne (18S2) ; M.A. Ex. Coll., Oxon., 1S65 ; 
D.D., 1SS2; rector of Middleton Stoney, Oxon., 
1S66-9; sub-almoner 1 87 1 -S2 ; canon of Winchc.-tci, 
187S-S2 ; 2nd son of late bishop of Winchester, 

(2/i-ja) William Edmund, died 31 May, 1815. 

(3l>-ja) Fanny Maria (Anderson), died 12 Nov., 1883 ; 

married 24 June, 1S3S, to Sir John Nelthorpe, Eart., 

of Scawby (extinct) ; he died 22 Nov., 1S65. 

(4/'-j-a) Emily Margaret Charlotte (Anderson), a nurse 

in the Crimea with Miss Stanley ; died unmarried 30 

Aug., 1S70, aged 53. 
[6a] Anne (Anderson), died 12 July, 1830, aged 77 ; 
married 1st, 30 Aug., 1771, to Samuel Thorold, Esq., of 
Harmston co. Line; he died 19 Jan., 1820; she 
re-married to Rosser alias Roys ; by her 1st husband 

she had, with other issue. 3 daughters, 

(1) Ann Eliza (Thorold), married 29 June, 1797, to 
Benjamin Hart, of the Middle Temple, barrister : at-law, 
and had an only sun, 

Benjamin Hart Thorold, of Harmston Hall, born 
179S, died 18S3. 

(2) Louise, married 28 Feb., 1796, to Capt. Simpson, 
2nd regt. 

(3) Theodosia, married Sept., 1S00, to Lieut. Gibbon-, 
37th regt., died 1806. 

[7a] Catherine Maria, buried at Lea, 17 Nov., 17SS ; 
married 31 July, 1777, to Arthur Lemuel Shuldham 
(whom see next page). 

[8a] Theodosia Dorothy, died 3 May, 1S31 ; married 1 
Jan., 177S, to Rev. Richard Vevers (see page 651). 
[9a] Henrietta Jane, died 9 March, 1843; married 3 
Dec, 17S3, to Rev. Naunton Thomas Orgill Leman, of 
Brampton Hall, Suffolk (son of William Orgill, Esq., 
of Beccles, and Sarah his wife, 3 daughter of Thomas 
Leman, Esq., of Brampton); he died 31 Jan., 1837, 
having had 7 sons and S daughters (e), 

(8t-ga) Leman Orgill (Leman), born 5, died 12 Feb., 

1787. 

(2e-ga) George Orgill (Leman), of Brampton Hall, 

M.A. (incumbent and patron of Stoven) ; born 4 June, 

17S9 ; died unmarried 14 Dec, 1867. 

(Ze-ga) Naunton Orgill, born 20 March, 

Africa 21 May, 1S18. 

(&-ga) Robert Orgill (Leman), of Br 

Suffolk, B.A. of Balliol Coll., Oxon ; in 

born 12 April, 1799; died 24 Feb., 1869 ; married 1st, 

25 March, 1S24, Isabella Camilla, daughter of Sir 

William Jervis Twysden, bart. (see Filter s Barone/a^v); 

she died 7 March, 1S50, having had 3 sons and a 

daughter (/), 

[1/] Naunton Robert Twysden Orgill (Leman), of 
Brampton Hall, Suffolk, lord of the manor ; born 12 
Sept., 1825 ; married 11 Aug., 1869, Rose Elizabeth, 
daughter of late Rev. John Alexander Ross, vicar of 
Westwell, Kent, and has a son, 

Robert Naunton Orgill (Leman), born 2 Oct.,iS70. 
[2/] Twysden George, born 9 June, 1833 ; died 14 
March, 1S34. 

[3/] John Thomas Twysden, born 26 March, 1S36 ; 
died April, 1S57. 
[4/] Frances Henrietta Eliza Flora. 
Rev. Robert Orgill-Leman, married 2nd, 29 
March, 1S39, Ellen Maria, 4th daughter of Rev. John 
Alexander Ross, vicar of Westwell, aforesaid, and has a 
son and 3 daughters, 



1792 ; di( 



tmpton Flail, 
holy orders : 



The Descendants of the Kings of England, 



[5/] Anderson Thomas John Orgill (Leman), born 31 

Jan. 1S62. 

[6/] Beatrice Amelia Ellen. 

[7/] Maud Henrietta Emily, died 24 Dec, 1876. 

[8/] Ethel Helena Mary. 
(5e-ga) Charles Orgill (Leman), born II March, 1S01 ; 
died unmarried 25 Ian., 1S45. 

(Ge-ga) William Orgill (Leman), born 24 Dec, 1802; 
died 7 March, 1 848. 

(te-ga) Thomas Orgill (Leman), rector of Brampton ; 
born 31 March, 1804 ; died s.p. 7 June, 1873 ; married 
27 Feb., 1S38, Emily Antonia, daughter of Rev. Joseph 
Guerin, of Bagborough and Norton Fitzwarren, Somer- 
set (see page 616). 

(Se-ga) Elizabeth Mary, died unmarried 16 April, 1S42. 
(9e-ga) Susan Leman, died unmarried 26 Oct., 1856. 
(lOe-ga) Harriet, died unmarried 15 Oct., 1834. 
(lU-ga) Maria, died 5 May, 1796; aged 2. 
{12e-ga) Charlotte Catherine, died 4 May, 1796. 
(13^-ga) Frances, died 22 Jan., 1S66; married 3 Dec, 
1820, to her cousin, Molyneux Shuldham, Esq., commr. 
R.N. ; he died 25 Feb., 1866 (see below). 
{lie-ga) Anne, died 27 May, 1S7S ; married 26 March, 
1822, to Thomas Gee, Esq., of Brothertoft Hall, Lin- 
colnshire, banker (son of Henry Gee, Esq.); he died 
s.p. 3 Sept., 1S71 ; aged S7. 

(Ibe-ga) Charl.itte, died Aug., 186S; married 25 

Sept., 1S21, to George Barlee, attorney-at-law (2nd son 
of Rev. William Barlee, rector of Wrentham, Suffolk) ; 
he died , 1866, having had a son, 

Naunton Dalling (Barlee), born 13 June, 1829; died 

7 Nov., 1838. 
[10a] Charlotte, died s.p. 9 Oct., 1822; married 
to Robert Rede, Esq. 
[11a] Frances Maria, died unmarried Oct., 1846. 

/CATHERINE MARIA ANDERSON (2nd 
^-^ daughter of Rev. Sir William Anderson, 6th 
Baronet, of Broughton), buried at Lea, 1 7 Nov., 
1788; married 31 July, 1777, as 1st wife, to 
Arthur Lemuel Shuldham, Esq., of Dunmanway, 
co. Cork, and Pallas Green, co. Limerick, lieut. - 
col. East Devon yeomanry cavalry, D. L. Devon ; 
he died Aug., 1839, having had 5 sons and 2 
daughters, (g) 

[lg] Edmund William (Shuldham), of whom 

see page 616. 

[2 S ] John George Evelyn, lieut. R.N.; born 24 Jan., 

17S0; died in the West Indies. 

[3g] Molyneux (Shuldham), commr. R.N.; lieut. H.M.S. 

Edgar at battle of Copenhagen ; 8 years prisoner of war 

at Verdun; born 27 April, 1781 ; died 23 Feb., 1866; 

married 3 Dec, 1820, his cousin Frances, daughter of 

Rev. Thomas Naunton Orgill Leman, of Brampton Hall, 

Suffolk (named above) ; she died 22 Jan., 1S66, having 

had 4 sons and 3 daughters (/;), 

{Vi-jg) Arthur James (Shuldham), lieut. -col. IoSth foot 
(retired 1S69) ; served in Burmah 1852-3 (medal), and 
with Turkish contingent in Crimea 1S55-6 (Turkish 
medal); born 13 Sept., 1823 ; married 1st, 8 Jan., 
1857, Katharine Dora, daughter of Rev. C E 

Dukinfield ; she died 19 Aug., 1865, having had 3 sons 
and 4 daughters, 

[1] Edmund Dukinfield (Shuldham), born 29 Nov., 

1857. 

[2] Molyneux Charles Dukinfield, born 13 Aug., 186 1 

[3] Herbert Leman Dukinfield, born 17 Feb., 1863. 

[4] Margaret Evelyn. [5] Geraldine Maud. 

[6] Eleanor Maria. 



[7] Dora Frances Mary Blanche. 
Lieut.-col. Arthur James Shuldham married 
2nd, 14 Sept., 1S69, Lucy Elizabeth, daughter of Sir 
William Sidney Thomas, 5th bart. ; capt. R.N. (see 
Foster's Baronetage), and has 3 sons and a daughter, 

[8] Sidney Arthur Naunton (Shuldham), born 27 

June, 1S70. 

[9] Harry George, born 16 Sept., 1S71. 

[10] Victor Lemuel, born 23 Oct., 1872. 

[11] Violet Lucy Hester. 
ffl'Sg) Naunton Lemuel (Shuldham), born 24 Sept., 
1S31 ; died 14 July, 1874; married 9 Aug., 1S66, 
Sophia Frances, daughter of John Quantock, Esq., of 
Norton, Somerset ; she died 14 April, 1874, having 
had, with twin daughters who died in infancy, a son, 

Frank Naunton Quantock (Shuldham), lord of the 

manor of Norton-sub-Harndon, a ward in Chancery, 

born 25 March, 1868. 
i&'Sg) Molyneux Alfred Chesney, died young Nov., 
1837- 

{i/i-jg) Henrietta Emily. 
\5h-3g) Maria Harriet Susannah. 

(&h-3g) Catherine Leman, married 5 July, 1849, to 
Rev. William Wrighte Gilbert Cooper, M.A. Magdalen 
Hall, Oxon, 1S53 ; vicar of Burwash, Weald, Sussex, 
1877 ; chaplain on Madras ecclesiastical establishment 
1S55-77, and has had 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Cecil Molyneux (Gilbert-Cooper), lieut. H.M.S. 

Vulture, born 19 Oct., 1851 ; died 3 Jan., 1874. 

[2] Arthur Edward, born 4 Oct., 1853. 

[3] William Naunton Roger, born 14 Sept , 1S67. 

[4] Mary Frances. 

[5] Fanny Catherine Alice, married 27 Dec, 1876, 

to Ralph Sillery Benson, Madras C.S. 

[6] Edith Shuldham, married 9 April, 1885, to 

Alfred, youngest son of late Commander Holland, 

R.N. (see Foster's Baronetage). 

[7] Amy Dora. 
C^-Jo?) Frances Molyneux (Shuldham), died 27 Aug., 
1854 ; married 1853, to Lieut.-col. Lye, 

13th Bombay native infantry; he died , 1872, 

leaving a son, 

Harry Shuldham (Lye), capt. Royal Irish regiment 

1881 (Afghan and Tel-el Kebir medals); born 15 

July, 1854. 
[4;J Henry George (Shuldham), midshipman R.N.; 
killed at taking of Surinam, 1S04 ; unmarried. 
[5y] Arthur (Shuldham), lieut.-col. H. E.I. C.S. , born 
1790; died 23 Feb., 1835; married 1st 
daughter of — Sibley, Esq. ; she died s.p. 
he married 2nd, 20 Jan., 1823, Charlotte (sister of Col. 
Delamain), and daughter of Major Innis Delamain, 
H.E.I. C.S. ; she died 23 Jan., lS67, having had a son 
and 2 daughters (j), 

(lj-Jg) Arthur Innis (Shuldham), late lieut.-col. 
Indian army, born 30 April, 1830; married 5 Nov., 
1S71, Julia, daughter of Thomas Barnes, Esq. 
(2 j-jg) Charlotte Katherine, married 4 April, 1843, to 
Major-Gen. Robert Unwin ; served with Major-Gen. 
Notts' force in 1842 ; in Gwalior campaign, 1843 ; 
Sutlej campaign, at Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon, 
1S45-6 ; in Punjaub, 1S4S-9 ; and in Indian mutiny at 
Lucknow and Bareilly, 1S57-S; cantonment magis- 
trate and J P. at Bareilly, 185S-74; and has had 5 
sons and 4 daughters, 

[1] Robt. Henry (Unwin), born 21 Dec, 1843 ; 

died 7 Oct., 1S45. 

[2] Herbert, born 30 July, 1845 ! die( J 2 4 Au g- 

1846. 

[3] Edmund, born 7, died 23 Jan., 1847. 

[4] Alfred Cawthorne, born 17 Sept., 1848; died 

15 July, 1849. 

[5] Frederick Augustus, born 5 Dec, 1849; died 5 
June, 1S55. 



[6i 



^. The * Descent * of •<* 

Charlotte Katherine, 

Wife of Major-General Robert Unwin, 



iSIoot) ftopl 




of Cnglanrj. 



Edward i., crowned ig^Eleanor (ist wife) dau. 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



=Gilbert de Clare, Earl o 
Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec 
1295. 



Joan of Acre, b. there 1272,- 
d. 10 May, 1305, 2nd wife. 



Margaret de Clare, m. ist=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
toSir PiersGaveston,Earlof I band), cr. Earl of Glouces 
Cornwall. I ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, u. 7=j=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Sta&rd=j=Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
K.G., d. Oct. 13S6. I Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

wick. 

Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
irl of Suffol" 
Sept. 141 5. 



Isabel de la Pole=j=Thomas Morley, 5th Baron 
Morley, d. 1435. 

Anne Morley=Sir John Hastings, of Fen- 
wick, Yorkshire. 

Elizabeth Hastings=i=Sir Robert Hildyard, of 
Winestead, Yorkshire, d. 
29 Aug. 14S9. 



Margery or Mary Hildyard=pSir William Ayscough, of 
Stallingborough, co. Line, 
Knt., d. 26 March, 1509. 

1 ' 

Sir William Ayscough, of=j=Elizabeth (1st wife), dau. of 
Stallingborough, d. 1540-1. [ Thomas Wrottesley, of 
/j^Wrottesley, co. Staff. 

continued above. 



continued from below. 
Sir William Ayscough=j=Elizabeth Wrott 



Sir Francis Ayscough, of= 
South Kelsey, co. Line, d. 
19 Oct. 1564. 



=Elizabeth (ist wife), dau. 
and co-heir of William 
Hansard, Esq., ol South 
Kelsey, co. Line, shed. 29 
Sept. 155S. 



Faith Ayscough, m. about=j=Edward Maddison, 
155°- Fonaby, co. Line. 



of 



Edward Maddison, of=j=Katherine, dau. of Ralph 
Fonaby, d. 1619. Bosvile, of Brad-borne, 

Kent. 



Sir Ralph Maddison, of=j=Mary, dau. of Robert 
Fonaby, knighted 23 July, I Williamson, of Walkering- 
1603. I ham, Notts. 



Humphrey Maddiso 
Coningsby, co. Line 



if=j=Cor 
and 
Dd] 



port, D.D. 



lfe), dau. 
*ev. John 



Ralph Maddison. of Stam-=pTheodosia, dau. and co-heir 
ford, co. Line High Sheriff of Nicholas Newcomen, of 
1679- I Theddlethorpe, co. Line 

1 ' 

John Maddison, of Stam-=pKatherine, dau. of George 
ford, co. Line. High Sheriff I Whichcote, of Harpswell, 
1 7'9- co. Line, m. 9 July, 1723. 



Anne Maddison, m. 7 Aug. 
1747. d. 31 Aug. 17S3. 



Rev. Sir William Anderson, 
of Broughton, co. Line, 
Bart., d. 9 Mar. 17S5. 



Catherine Maria Anderson=j=Arthur Lemuel Shuldham, 
(ist wife), m. 31 July, 1777, ofDunmanway.co. Cork, Ace 
buried 17 Nov. 17SS. It. -col. E. Devon yeo. 

I cavlry., d. Aug. 1S39. 



Edmund William= 

Shuldham, of 

Dunmanway, Co. 

Cork, lieut.-gen. 

H.E.I.C.S., b. 1 

Dec. 1778, d. 17^1 July, 1847 

Nov. 1852. 



Harriet Eliza Molyneux Shuldham, 

Bonar,dau.of com. R.N,, m. his cos. 

Dr. Rundell, Frances, dau. of Rev. 

T. N. O. Leman, and 

d. 23 Feb. 1866. 



Arthur Shuldham, Maria Lucy=j=Rev. Joseph 



of Bath, m. 3 
Dec. 1817, d. 



rn.2nd20Jan.1S23 Eliza, m. 3 

Charlotte, dau. of Sept. 1S01, 

Major Delamain, d. 26 Oct. 

and d. 23 Feb. 1835. 1817. 



Gueri 

Bagborough 
and Norton 
Fitzwarren, 
Somerset, d. 
12N0V. 1S63. 



Emily, 
d. 1S77 



Arthur InnisSlmMha 



Robert Henry Alfred Cawthorne. Emily G 

Herbert. Frederick Augustus. August 



Robert Amelia Ward. 



:-nt.--i 

Hall, ( 
D.C.L. 



^ea, 



Blundell's School, Tiverton. 



young. 



[6.5 



7 2 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[6] Emily Constance, married 31 Dec., 1874, to 
Augustus Laurence Francis, fellow of Jesus Coll., 
Camb., head master of Blundell's School, Tiverton, 
and has 2 sons and 2 daughters, 

Augustus Claude (Francis), bom 22 Feb., 1878; 
Harold Vansittart, born 25 Sept., 1883; Constance 
Amy, Hilda. 
[7] Margaret Gertrude, died 7 July, 1855. 
[8] Amy Grace, died 19 IN o v., 1 86 1. 
[9] Mabel (Unwin). 
{SJ-jg) Amelia Ward (Shuldham), married 28 Feb., 
1854, to Fitzedward Hall, C.E., D.C.L. Oxon. (son of 
Daniel Hall), Esq., and has had (with 2 other daughters 
who died young) 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Arthur Molyneux (Hall), born 7 Dec, 1854 ; died 
7 Feb.,iS55. 

(2) Richard Daniel, bom 18 Feb., 1863. 

(3) Katharine Frances. 

[6-] Maria Lucy Eliza (Shuldham), died 26 Oct., 1817 ; 
married 3 Sept., iSoi, to Rev. Joseph Guerin, rector of 
Bagborough and Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset, J.P., 
D.L. ; he died 12 Nov., 1S63, having had 2 sons and 5 
daughters {&). 

(U-6g) Edmund Arthur (Guerin), col. Indian army 
(retired 1861) ; served in Persian campaign, 1S56-7 
(medal), and in Indian mutiny (Indian mutiny clasp) ; 
born 22 April, 1S04 ; married 20 Sept., 1836, Louisa, 
youngest daughter of Joseph Gilbert, Esq., and has a 
son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Joseph Arthur (Guerin), E.I.C.S. deputy district 
collector, Belgaum, Bombay ; born 12 July, 1S37 ; 
married July, 1S71, Elizabeth Walker, youngest 
daughter of Rev. John Dudley Oland Crosse, vicar 
of Pawlett, Somerset, and has a son and daughter. 
Joseph (Guerin), born 25 Jan., 1875. 
Emily Maud. 
[2] Emily Louisa, died 9 May, 1S65 ; married 10 
Sept., 1S56, to Charles Frederic Keays, major-gen. 
Bombay army (retired 1SS1), (son of late Ven. Robert 
Young Keays, Archdeacon of Bombay (see page 850), 
and has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Frederic Edmund (Keays), bom 25 Oct., 1857. 

(2) Henry Guerin, born 9 April, 1S62, married 17 
Aug., 1S84, Edith, 2nd daughter late George 
Jinman, M.R.C.S. 



(3) Arthur Maitland, born 14 April, 1S65. 

(4) Evelyn Louisa Frances, married 16 Feb., 1S7S, 
to Newton P. Fowell, capt. R.H.A. (see p. 734). 

(5) Maude Emily. 

[3] Matilda Jemima, died unmarried 27 Aug., 1861. 

(2i-6g) Arthur Joseph (Guerin), born and died 6 T«'y, 

1803. 

(Zk-6g) Catherine Maria, died s.p. April, 1S74 ; 

married 5 July, 1843, t0 R- ev - Richard Thos. Lowe, 

rector of Lea, Lincoln ; both lost at sea, April, 1S74. 

[4£-6g) Emily Antonia, married 27 Feb., 1S38, to her 

cousin, Rev. Thos. Orgill Leman, rector of Brampton ; 

he died s.p. 7 June, 1873 ( see P- 614). 

(ik-6g) Lucy Frances. 

(6k-6g) Jemima Caroline, died 25 March, 1882. 

(Tk-6g) Elizabeth Sophia. 
[7f] Emily Anne (Shuldham), died 8 Feb., 1S77, 
aged 95. 



pDMUND WILLIAM SHULDHAM, of 
*— ' Dunmanway, co. Cork ; lieut.-gen. 
H.E.IC.S. ; quartermaster-general Bombay; 
born 1 Dec, 1778 ; died 17 Nov., 1852 ; married 
3 Dec, 181 7, Harriet Eliza Bonar, daughter of 
Dr. Thomas Rundell, of Bath; she died 31 
July, 1S47, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Edmund Anderson (Shuldham), first-named (see 

page 611). 

[2] Leopold Arthur Francis, of Coolkelan, co. Cork, J F., 

born 25 July, 1828. 

[3] Harriet Maria Catherine, died 19 Aug., 1SS4, married 

5 Aug., 1852, to George Patrick, 7th Lord Carbery (see 

Foster's Peerage), and has a daughter, 

Hon. Georgiana Dorothea Harriet (Evans-Freke), 
married 22 June, 1876, to James Francis, 4th Earl of 
Bandon (see Foster's Peerage), a representative peer of 
Ireland since 1 881 ; late State steward to Lord Lieut. 
of Ireland ; colonel royal Cork artillery militia since 
1S76; lord lieut. and cus. rot. Cork; s.p. 



[6l6] 



^ The * Descent * of ■<* 

Col. Edmund Arthur Guerin 

AND 

Frederic Edmund Keays, Esq, 



73 



BIood Eogal 




of (England. 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (ist wife) dau. of 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, 1239, j Ferdinand III., King of 
d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290. 



Joanof Acre, b. there 1 272,=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305, 2nd wife. I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
1295. 



1. ist=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
larlof band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
I ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Clare, : 
toSir PiersGaveston,' 
Cornwall. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=j=RaIph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



■Philippa, dau. of Thomas 



Hugh. 
K.G., 



h, 2nd Earl of Stafford= 
d. Oct. 13S6. 



Katherine de Stafford: 



Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
18 Sept. 1415. 



Isabel de la Pole=pThomas Morley, 5th Baron 
Morley, d. 1435. 

1 ' 

Anne Morlej— Sir J.ihn Mailings, of Fen- 
wick, Yorkshire. 

Elizabeth Hastings=j=Sir Robert Hildyard, of 
Winestead, Yorkshire, d. 
29 Aug. 1489. 



Margery or Mary HilJyard : 



Stallmglifirough, co. 
Knt., d. 26 March, 1509. 



Sir William Ayscough, of=Elizabeth (1st wife), dau. of 

Stallingborough, d. 1540-1. | Thomas Wrottesley, of 

/j\ Wrottesley, co. Staff. 

A, 

continued above. 



=EUzabeth Wrottesley. 
Sir Francis Ayscough, of=j=Elizabeth (ist wife), d; 



Sir William Ayscough : 



South Kelsey, co. Line 
19 Oct. 1564 



and co-heir of Wi 
Hansard, Esq., of South 
Kelsey, co. Line, shed. 29 
Sept. 1558. 



Faith Ayscough, m. about=j=Edward Maddison, 
'55°- Fonaby, co. Line. 



Edward Maddison, 
Fonaby, d. 1619. 



Katherine, dau. of Ralph 
Bosvile, of Bradborne, 
Kent. 



Sir Ralph Maddison, of=pMary, dau. of Robe 



Fonaby, 
1603. 



cnighted 23 July, 



William-jii, of Walkenng- 
' , Notts. 



Humphrey Maddison, of=j=Cornelia (ist wife), 
Coningsby, co. Line. and co-heir of Rev. John 

r 



Duport, D.D. 



Ralph Maddison, of Stam-=j=Theodosia, dau. and co-heir 
ford, co. Line. High Sheriff of Nicholas Newcomen, of 
1679. I Theddlethorpe, co. Line. 

John Maddison, of Stam-=j=Katherine, dau. of George 
ford, co. Line. High Sheriff | Whichcote, of Harp, well, 
1719. |, ' 



co. Line, m. 9 July, 172 



Anne Maddison, m. 7 Aug. =j=Rev. SirWilliam Anderson, 
1747, d. 31 Aug. 17S3. I of Broughton, co. Line, 

Bart., d. 9 Mar. 17S5. 

I ' 

Theodosia Dorothy Ander-=j=Rev. Richard Vevers, rector 
son, m. I Jan., 1778, d. 3 I of Saxby, co. Leicester, etc. 
May, 1S31. 



Theodosia Anne Vevers,=f=Thomas, Lord Denman. so 
eldest dau., m. iS Oct., created 28 March, 1S34, 
1804, d. 2S June, 1852. Lord Chief Justice 1S32-50, 

I d. 22 Sept., IS54- 



Emily, 
d. 1S77 



Edmund William 

Shuldham, of 

Dunmanway, co. 

Cork, lieut.-gen. 

H.E.I.C.S., b. 1 

Dec. 1778, d. 17 I 31 July, 1847. 

Nov. 1852. ^ 



Harriet Eliza Molyneux Shuldham, Arthur Shuldham, Maria Lucy : 

Bonar,dau.of com. R.N, ,m. his cos. m. 2nd 2oJan. 1823 Eliza, m. 3 

Dr. Rundell, Frances, dau. of Rev. Charlotte, dau. of Sept. 1S01, 

of Bath, m. 3 T. N. O. Leman, and Major Delamain, d. 26 Oct. 

Dec.i8i7,d. d. 23 Feb. 1S66. and d.23 Feb.iS35. 1S17. 



=Rev. Joseph 
Guerin, rec. 
Bagborough 

Fitzwarren, 
Somerset, d. 
12N0V.1S6?. 



Edmund Arthur Guerin, 

army, retired i86t, servec 



Indian— Louisa, youngest dau. of 
Indian I Joseph Gilbert, Esq., m. 
I 20 Sept., 1836. 



Joseph Arthur G 

deputy collector of'Belg, 

Bombay, b. 12 July, 1837. 



C.S.,— Elizabeth Walker, youngest dau 



Cmily Lviii-a. m. - I h.,rk- Frederic Keuy,, 
o Sept., 1856, d. I Mai. -Gen., Bom. army, 
May, 1865. I retired 1881. 



Frederick Ed- 
mund Keays, b. 
25 Oct. 1857. 



Henry Guerin, b , . 

m. 17 Aug. 13S4, Edith, 2ndd; 

oflateGeorgeJinman.M.R.C.S. 

[617] 



S62, Arthur Malt- Evelyn Louisa Fran- 



P. Fowell, R.H.A. 




LJORNBY, EDMUND GEOFFREY STAN- 
- n - LEY, of Dalton Hall, Westmoreland, 
LL.B., J.P., D.L. Lancashire; capt. (hon. major) 
3rd battalion King's Own Royal Lancaster 
regiment 1858-83, 19TH in descent from 
Edward I. ; born 2 Jan., 1839. 

Dalton Hall, Burton, Westmoreland. 





The Descent of 

Major Hornby, of Dalton Hall, 

from the Blood Royal of England. 

DWARD I., so named 
'after Edward the Confes- 
; born at Westminster 
17 June, 1239; knighted 
at Burgos, 1254; created 
Earl of Chester ; crowned 
at Westminster, 19 Aug., 
127 1, King of England, 
Lord of Ireland, Duke of Aquitaine ; he subdued 
the principality of Wales 1283, claimed and 
exercised 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, 

ELIZABETH, died 5 May, 1316, aged 32;' 
she 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 Breck- 
nock, and constable of England ; served in the 
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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 Boroughbridge, Yorks, 16 March, 1321, 
leaving, with other issue, a son, 

WHLLIAM DE BOHUN, K.G., created 
Earl of Northampton 17 March, 1337 ; 
one of the heroes of Cressy; served also in the 
wars with Scotland; married Elizabeth, widow of 
Edmund de Mortimer, daughter of Bartholomew, 
— and co-heir of her brother, Giles — de Badles- 
mere, and had, with other issue, a daughter, 

Elizabeth de Bohun, died 3 Feb., 1385 ; 
buried at Lewes; married 1359, as 1st wife to 
Richard, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, KG, 
admiral of the west and south 1377, and of 
England 1386; beheaded in Cheapside 21 
Sept., 1397, buried in the Church of the 
Augustine Friars, in Bread Street; his will 
dated 4 March, 1392 ; and had a daughter. 

ELIZABETH FITZALAN, (elder sister 
and co-heir of her brother, Thomas 
FitzAlan, Eirl of Arundel); died 8 July, 3 
Henry VI., 1425 ; married, 1st, to Thomas de 
Mowbray, created Duke of Norfolk, 1397, and 
died 27 Sept., 1400, leaving a son and 2 
daughters ; the Duchess of Norfolk re-married 
to Sir Robert Goushill, Knt, and had 2 
daughters, viz. : — 

[1] Elizabeth Goushill, elder daughter and co-heir, married 
to Sir Robert Wingfield, Knt., and had issue. 
[2] Joan Goushill, younger daughter and co-heir ; married 
to Sir Thomas Stanley, K.G., lord-deputy of Ireland 
1429, and lord.-lieut. 1430- 1 ; was many times in the 
commissions to treat for peace, &c, with the Scots; 
knight of the shire for Lancashire H47-5 1 . and : 453-4 ; 
summoned to Parliament as Baron Stanley 20 Jan., 1456 ; 
died 1459, having had, with 2 daughters, 4 sons. 

(1) Sir Thomas, K.G., created Earl of Derby, of 

whom presently. 



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(2) Sir William, of Holt Castle, Denbigh, K.G. ; 
beheaded as an adherent of Perkin Warbeck, 16 Feb., 
1495, having married Joyce, widow of John Lord 
Tiptoft, daughter of Edward Charlton, Baron of Powis, 
and had issue. 

(3) Sir John, of Weever, Cheshire, in right of his wife, 
Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Weever, 
Knt., of Weever, ancestor of Lord Stanley of Alderley. 

(4) James, archdeacon of Carlisle. 

CIR THOMAS, 2nd LORD STANLEY, 
J K.G. 1483 ; justice of Chester 1463-S5 ; 
steward of the household 1474, and constable 
of England for life ; and in consideration of his 
services at the victory of Bosworth Field was 
created Earl of Derby 27 Oct., 14S5 ; died 
1504 ; will dated 28 July, 1504; proved 9 Nov. 
following; buried at Borough Priory; he 
married 1st, Eleanor, daughter of Richard 
Nevil, Earl of Salisbury, and sister to Richard, 
Earl of Warwick, " the King maker ; " he 
married 2ndly, Margaret, daughter and heir of 
John, Duke of Somerset, widow of Edmund 
Tudor, Earl of Richmond, and mother of Henry 
VII. ; by his 1st wife he had, with 2 daughters, 
6 sons, of whom the eldest, 

CIR GEORGE STANLEY, K.B., K.G. 14S7, 
^ P.C. ; died 5 Dec, 1848, having been 
summoned to Parliament as Baron Strange, of 
Knockyn, 1482 to 1497, in right of his wife Joan, 
daughter and heir of John, Lord Strange, of 
Knockyn ; and had, with other issue, 2 sons, 

[1] Thomas, Baron Strange, of Knockyn, on the death 
of his father 148S, and succeeded his grandfather as 2nd 
Earl of Derby, 1504 ; died 24 May, 1522, having married 
Anne, daughter of Edward Hastings, and sister of George 
Hastings, 1st Earl of Huntingdon, and relict of John 
Radcliffe, Lord Fitzwalter, and left issue, extinct in the 
male line on the death of James, loth Earl, 1 Feb., 
1735-6 (see Foster's Peerage, D. Athole). 
[2] Sir James Stanley, of Cross Hall, co. Lane, marshal 
of Ireland, married Anne, widow of Edmund Talbot, of 
Bashall, Yorks, and daughter of John and sister of Sir 
Percyvall Hart, of Lulhngstone, Kent, and had 2 sons 
and 4 daughters. 

(1) Sir George Stanley, Knt., marshal of Ireland ; 
married Isabel Dukinfield, of Dukinheld, Cheshire, and 
had 2 sons, who died s.p. 

(2) Henry Stanley, of Bickerstaffe, in right of his wife, 
May, sole daughter and heir of Peter Stanley, of Bicker- 
staffe (by Elizabeth, daughter of fame, Scarisbrick, of 
Bickerstaffe ; he died 23 July, 1597, having had a son 
and 2 daughters. 

[1] Sir Edward, of whom hereafter. 

[2] Jane, married to Gabriel Hesketh, of Aughton, 

co. Lane. 

[3] Dorothy, married to Henry Butler, of Rawcliffe, 

co. Lane. 



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(4) Jane, wife of Ashley, of Lancashire. 

(5) Margaret, wife of Edward Stanley, of Flintshire. 

(6) Eleanor, wife of Gilbert Langtree, of Langtrec, 
Herts, and had a son and 2 daughters. 

CIR EDWARD STANLEY, of Bickerstaffe, 
co. Lane, (son of Henry), was created a 
baronet 26 June, 1627 ; buried at Arley 4 May, 
1640, having married 1st, Catherine, daughter of 
Sir Randle Mainwaring, of Peover, Cheshire; 
she buried at Arley, 27, Nov., 1613, leaving 
3 daughters ; he married 2ndly, Isabella, 
daughter and co-heir of Peter Warburton, of 
Arley, Cheshire, and had, with other issue, 2 
sons. 

[1] Sir Thomas, 2nd Bart., baptized at Ormskirk, 22 
Oct., 1616; died May, 1653, having married Mary, 
daughter of Peter Egerton, of Shaw, co. Lane, (she 
re-married to Henry, 6th son of Sir Gilbert Hoghton, of 
Hogton Tower, Lane, Bart., see Foster's Barom.'a^) 
and had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Sir Edward, 3rd Bart., died 16 Oct., 1671, aged 
2S, having married 25 Dec, 1663, Elizabeth, dauglTtcr 
and co-heir of Thomas Bosvile, of Warmsworth, Yorks 
(see Foster's Yorkshire Collection), and had, with other 
issue, a son and daughter. 

(1) Sir Thomas Stanley, 4th Bart., of whom 
see page 621. 

(2) Barbara, married to Rev. Zachary Taylor. 

(2) Peter, buried at Ormskirk, 27 Jan., 16S6, having 
married, 19 April, 16S3, Catherine, daughter and co-heir 
of Col. Alexander Rigby, of Middleton, in Goosnargh, 
Lane. ; she buried 26 Feb., 1732 (having re-married 
2 Nov., 16S9, to Paul Arnyas, gentleman), and had 
a son. 

Thomas Stanley, of Cross Hall, co. Lane, sheriff 
171S ; buried at Ormskirk, 10 April, 1733; married 
Catherine, daughter of Anthony Parker, Esq., of 
Bradkirk, co. Lane. ; and had, with other issue, a 
son and daughter. 

(1) Thomas Stanley, D.D., rector of Winwick, 
baptized at Clitheroe, 2 Jan., 1717; buried at 
Ormskirk, 30 June, 1764; married Betty, daughter 
and co-heir of John Shaw, of York : she buried with 
her husband, 4 Dec, 17S0, having had issue ; their 
grandson, 

Edward Stanley, of Cross Hall, Lane, J. P. 
and D.L (son of James Stanley, of Cross Hall, 
whose biother Thomas was M.P. Lancashire, 
17S0-1S1S); born 17S9; died 8 

March, 1S70 ; having married 3 Sept., 1S19, 
Lady Mary Maitland, 2nd daughter of lames, 
8th Earl of Lauderdale ; she died S Nov. 1S77, 
having had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Edward James, of Cross Hall, co. Lane, 
J. P., D.L.,and of Quantock L ... - 

J. P. ; high slK-rill 1NS0, and .if Cumberland KVS3 : 
M.A. Christ Church, Oxon; M.P. West 
Somerset, 1SS2 ; born 16 Dec, 1S26; married 
19 Sept., 1S72, Hon. Mary Dorothy Labouchere, 
eldest daughter and co-heir of Henry, Lord 
Taunton (extinct), and has 2 sons and a 
daughter. 

Henry Thomas, born 20 Aug., 1S73. 

Edward Arthur Vesey, born 30 Aug., 1S79. 

Evelyn Mary. 

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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



the Queen; married n Dec., 1S66, as 4th wife, 
to Lieut. -col. Samuel Long, of Bromley Hill, Kent, 
who died 31 Aug., 1SS1 (see page 625). 
(3) Augusta, married 12 July, 1S41, to Richard, 
Earl of Dartrey, so created 12 July, 1S66, 
a lord in waiting 1857-8, 1859-66 ; lord-lieut. 
co. Monaghan, 187 1, and has 4 sons and a 
daughter. 

(1) Vesey, Baron Cremorne, lieut.-col. late 
Coldstream guards; M.P. co. Monaghan 1S65-8; 
born 22 April, 1S42 ; married 29 Aug., 1882, 
Julia Georgina Sarah, eldest daughter of Sir 
George Orby Wombwell, Bart. 

(2) Hon. Edward Stanley, capt. R.N. 18S2 ; 
born 16 Aug., 1843. 

(3) Hon. Richard Maitland Westenra (Dawson), 
capt. late 92nd regiment; born 30 Jan. 1845 ; 
married 20 Aug., 1S7S, Jane Emily, eldest 
daughter and co-heir of Lieut.-col. Samuel Long, 
of Bromley Hill, Kent, and has a son and 
daughter. 

Richard Long, born 23 June, 1879. 
Emily Mary, born 30 Dec, 1881. 

(4) Hon. Anthony Lucius, late lieut. Coldstream 
guards, born 12 May, 1855 ; married 2 Oct., 
1878, Hon. Mary Frances Fitzgerald de Ros, 
only child of Dudley Charles, 24th Baron de 
Ros, and has 2 daughters. 

Una Mary, born 5 Oct., 1879. 
Maude Elizabeth, born 21 Jan., 18S2. 

(5) Lady Mary Eleanor Anne, married 8 Feb., 
1872, to Henry Edward, 4th Earl of Ilchester, 
and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Giles Stephen Holland, Baron Stavor- 
dale ; born 3 May, 1874. 

(2) Hon. Denzil Vesey, born 26 Feb. 1879. 

(3) Lady Muriel Augusta. 

[2] Mary (Stanley), buried at Winwick 22 June, 
1778 ; married about 1745, to Rev. John Lowe, 
M.A., rector of Much Hoole, co. Lane, and P.C. 
Winwick 56 years, and had (with an only daughter, 
Catharine, died young) an only son, 

Thomas Lowe, married Ellen, daughter of 

John Higginbotham, of Manchester, merchant ; 

and died in the lifetime of his father, having had 

2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Higginbotham Lowe, captain 33rd regiment, 
died unmarried. 

(2) John (Lowe), of Glazebrooke House, Devon; 
D.L. ; captain 3rd Royal Lane militia ; died 
1843 ; married Catherine, eldest daughter and co- 
heiress of Peter Tonkin, of Plymouth ; she died 
1869, having had an only son, 

Peter Stanley Lowe of Whitehall, Church- 
stow, Devon ; capt. 1st Royal Lane, militia ; 
born 23 Jan., 1S09 ; married , 1832, 

Anne Elizabeth, daughter of Admiral Searle, 
C.B., she died 5 July, 1S84, having had 5 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

[1] Stanley John (Lowe), major in the sen-ice of 
the Cape Government ; married Annie, 2nd 
daughter of Francis William Dobson, Esq., 
LL.D., and has a son. 

Francis Stanley, born Sept., 1868. 
[2] George Tonkin Shortland, married Harriett, 
2nd daughter of Edward Younge, Esq., 
barrister-at-law. 
[3] Charles Henry. 

[4] John, died s.p. in Australia, 23 June, 1879 ; 
married Lilian, daughter of Dr. Large. 
[5] Frederick Carnegie, married 
Eleanor FitzGerald, only daughter of Rev. Isaac 
Litchfield, of and has 2 sons and a 

daughter. 

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William Frederick Litchfield (Lowe), George 

Stanley, Elinor Mabel Rose. 
[6] Annie Kathleen; married 4 Jan., 1870, to 
Rev. George Marie Capell, B.A., rector of 
Passenham since 1870 (see Foster's Peerage, E. 
Essex), and has a son and 5 daughters. 

Arthur George Confngsby (Capell), Dora Amy 

Isabel, Marie Kathleen, Leonie Annie, Hilda 

Amelie, Violet Bertha Sybil. 
[7] Amy Elizabeth. 

[8] Bertha Violet, married 1st, to Sir William 
West Turner, K.C.S.I.; and 2ndly, to Col. 
George Scougall Macbean, B.S.C., served in 
Indian Mutiny, dep. commissary general at 
Lucknow since 1S75, an d nas issue. 

(3) Betty (Lowe), married , to 
Thomas Chadwick, major 22nd light dragoons ; 
served at the storming of Seringapatam, in the 
Mahratta war, and at the taking of Java ; he died 
18 May, 1S1S, leaving an oniy child, 

Catherine Morritt (Chadwick), died 8 Feb., 
1854; married 15 May, 1826, to Rev. Thomas 
Ilinde, M.A., Jesus Coll., Camb., head master 
Winwick Grammar School ; he died 5 July, 
1 85 1, having had 6 sons and 6 daughters. 
[1] Thomas Chambre (Hinde), of Trim Hall, 
Camb. ; born 31 March, 1S27 ; died 19 April, 
1847. 

[2] Henry John (Hinde), lieut. 24th regiment ; 
present at Chillianwallah ; born 25 Sept., 1S2S ; 
died 24 Oct., 1854. 

[3] Hugh Alan, lieut. H.M.S. Winchester; 
born 9 Jan., 1830; died of wounds received in 
Burmah, 24 March, 1853. 

[4] Walter James Stanley, born 28 Nov., 1S32 ; 
died 15 Feb., 1834. 

[5] Arthur Richard, born 15 March, 1S34; 
married 24 Sept., 1874 his cousin Elizabeth 
Jane, only daughter of Thomas Mason, Esq., 
and has had 2 sons and a daughter. 

Thomas Stanley (Hinde), born 9 March, died 

IS July, 1877. 

Arthur Geoffrey Wynewic, born 25 July, 1S78. 

Bessie Kathleen. 
[6] Charles Leonard Morland (Hinde), B.A. 
Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1S64; vicar of Flockton- 
cum-Denby-Grange since 1SS1 ; born I Dec, 
1843. 

[7] Catherine Margaretta Tane ; died unmarried 
29 Jan., 1853. 

[8] Eleanor Mar)-, died 24 Oct., 1836. 
[9] Dora Elizabeth. 

[10] Mary Anna. [11] Ellen Anne. 

[12] Blanche Susan, died 3 Feb., 1S42. 

(4) Catherine (Lowe), married , to Mr. 
Foden, of Manchester ; she died s.p. 

(3) Mary, married to John Bradshaw, of Pennington, 

[2] Henry (Stanley), baptized at Ormskirk, 3 Sept., 
1617 ; buried there 16 Oct., 1658 ; married 1st, Eleanor 
Dutton, and had a daughter ; he married 2ndly, Mary, 
daughter of Hamlet Cropper, Esq., of Bickerstaffe, and 
had a son, 

Edward Stanley, of Preston ; died there, 1755, 
aged 103, having had 8 children, of whom a daughter, 
— (Anne, born 1703, married to Capt. Richard 
Tyldesley, of the Priory, Castletown, Isle of Man, and 
had issue) — and a son, 

Charles Stanley (captain), of Ballacaigan, &c, 
in right of his wife ; receiver general of the Isle of 
Man; baptized at Preston 16 Sept., 1702; buried 
8 March, 1749-50; married 30 Dec, 172S, Elizabeth, 
daughter and heir of Christopher Parker, Esq. (by his 
wife, Catherine, daughter of John Stanley of the 

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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Isle of Man) ; she buried with her husband at Kirk 

Arbory, II Jan., 1759, having had, with other issue, a 

son and daughter. 

(1) Charles (Stanley), born 3 April, and baptized at 

Kirk-Malen, 17 April, 1745; died at Manchester, 10 

June, 1805 ; married 

Martha, daughter of Henry Rawsthom, of Manchester ; 

she born S Sept., 1744 ; buried at Ormskirk, 7 March, 

1S05, having had a son and 3 daughters. 
[1] James, of Peter House, Cambridge ; vicar of 
Ormskirk, 1S00-12; born 30 Oct., 1768; buried 
there 17 June, 1S12, having married 11 July, 1797, 
Sarah, daughter of John Edleston, Esq. ; she died 12 
Feb., 1S56, aged 91, having had 4 sons and 3 
daughters. 

(1) Edward, vice-admiral R.N. ; born 10 May, 
1798 ; died 19 Feb., 1S7S, having married 1st, 5 
July, 1S34, Elizabeth, daughter of John Snell ; 
she died s.p. 20 April, 1848; he married 2ndly, 
13-iSOct., 1855, Caroline Cordelia, daughter of 
Edward Hancorne, of Hendon, Middx. ; she died 
4 Oct., 1876, leaving 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

Edward James, born 12 Dec, 1857. 
Montague Neville, born 5 Sept., 1861. 
Henry Harrington, born 14 Dec, 1S62. 
Ferdinand Charles Nelson, born 11 April, 1S65. 
Alphonso Frederick, born 28 Oct., 1S69. 
Rosamond Jane. Emma Cordelia. 

(2) Frederick, R.N., born 10 May, 1799 ; lost in 
H.M.S. Drake, 23 June, 1822, unmarried. 

(3) Henry, born 11 Sept., 1800 ; died s.p. 24 May, 
1877, having married 1st, 4 Feb., 1S47, Charlotte 
Fuller; she died 23 April, 1S49 ; he married 
2ndly, 25 April, 1S54, Eliza, only daughter of 
Edward Charles, Esq. ; she died II Sept., 1S68. 

(4) Charles Thomas, born 28 Sept., 1806; died 
s.p. 23 Sept., 1SS3, having married 8 June, 1S41, 
Elizabeth Rosamond, eldest daughter of James 
Ward, Esq., of YYilley Place, Surrey ; J. P. Hants ; 
gent, commoner of Wadham College, and widow 
of Robert Henry Stanhope, com. R.N. (nephew 
of Charles, 3rd Earl of Harrington). 

(5) Jane, died 11 Sept., 1S73, having married I 
Aug., 1S25, to Richard Bayly Bowden, com. R.N., 
who died s.p. 12 Aug., 1S61. 

(6) Caroline, died 4 Jan., 1S77, having married 
28 July, 1S27, to Henry Robert Crozier, Esq., 
and had, with 2 daughters died young, 5 sons. 

[1] Henry Edward (Crozier), capt. R.N., born 2 
Feb., 1830. 

[2] Frederick William (Crozier), born 14 June, 
1832 ; died 

[3] Stanley, lieut.-col. 1st Oxford. L.I. ; born 
12 Aug., 1834; married 11 Dec, 1S66, Ellen 
Harriette, 2nd daughter of Lieut.-col. High- 
moor, Madras cavalry, and has had 2 daughters. 

(1) Emmeline Stanley (Crozier), died 3 Feb., 
1872. 

(2) Constance Stanley. 

[4] Walter James, twin with Charles, born 14 

July, 1S44; died 

[S] Charles, born 14 July, 1844; died 

(7) Harriet, unmarried. 

[2] Catherine, born 15 Aug., 1770 ; married 2 Mar. 

1793, to Capt. Henry M'Kittrick. 

[3] Margaret Rawsthorn, born 1 Aug., 1773 ; married 

25 Aug., 1792, to John, brother of Capt. Henry 

M'Kittrick. 

J: . 

Thomas Johnson, of Liverpool. 
(2) Katherine, born 6, baptized at Kirk Arbory, iS 
Oct., 1732; married to John Allen or Allan, of 
Liverpool, and had at least a daughter, 

Elizabeth Allen or Allan, married to her cousin, 



Stanley Tyldesley, Esq., eldest son of Capt. Richard 
Tyldesley aforesaid. 

CIR THOMAS STANLEY, 4 th Bart.; 
M.P. Preston, 1695 ; born 27 Sept., 1670; 
died 7 May, 1714; married 1st, , 16S8, 

Elizabeth, only daughter and heir of Thomas 
Patten, of Preston, co. Lane. ; she died 
1694; he married 2ndly, Margaret, widow of 
Sir Richard Standish, of Duxbury, co. Lane, 
Bart. , daughter of Thomas Holcroft, of Holcroft ; 
she died 14 Oct., 1735, aged nearly 100; by 
his 1st wife he had 4 sons, of whom the eldest, 

CIR EDWARD, 5th Bart, succeeded as nth 
Earl of Derby, 1 Feb., 1735-6, and took 
his seat 13 April, 1736; M.P. Lancashire 
1727-36 and 1735; lord-lieut. and custos 
rotulorum 1742; born 17 Sept., 16S9; died 23 
Feb., 1776, having married , 17 14, 

Elizabeth, only daughter and heir of Robert 
Hesketh, of Rufford, co. Lane. ; she died 
25 Feb., 1776, having had, with other issue, 
a son and 2 daughters, 

[1] James, Lord Strange, of whom presently. 

[2] Elizabeth, died 2 Sept., 17S0 ; married 1 March, 

1745-6, to Sir Peter Warburton, of Arley, Cheshire, 

Bart.; he died 

[3] Jane, died s.p. 9 June, 1776; married 

to Gen. John Burgoyne, P.C., M.P., of Lambert's Oaks, 

Surrey; he died s.p.l. 

JAMES, LORD STRANGE, assumed the 
additional surname and arms of Smith, by 
Act of Parliament, 1749; died in his father's 
lifetime, May, 1771 ; married 17 March, 1747, 
Lucy, daughter and co-heir of Hugh Smith, of 
Weald Hall, Essex; she died 5 Feb, 1759, 
having had, with other issue, 2 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] Edward, 12th Earl of Derby, left by his 1st wife, 
Elizabeth, only daughter of James, 6th Duke of 
Hamilton and Brandon, a son and 2 daughters, 

(1) Edward Smith, 13th Earl of Derby (see Foster's 
Peerage, and page 624 of this work). 

(2) Lady Charlotte, died 25 Nov., 1803; married 
22 Aug., 1796, to her cousin, Edmund Hornby, 
Esq. (see page 626). 

(3) Lady Elizabeth Plenrietta, died 

married 15 Jan., 1795, to Stephen Thomas Cole, 
Esq., of Twickenham, Middx., and Stoke Lyne, 
Dorset; he died 6 Sept., 1S35. 

[2] Hon. Thomas (Stanley), major in the army; M.P. 

Lancashire 1776; died in Jamaica, Nov., 1779. 

[3] Elizabeth, married 2S July, 1779, to Rev. Sir 

Thomas Horton, Bart, (see page 634). 

[4] Hon. Lucy Stanley, married to Geoffrey Hornby, 

next named. 



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T UCY STANLEY (2nd daughter of James 
*•" Lord Strange), died 10 Feb., 1833 ; married, 
by special licence, at Knowsley, 25 April, 1772, to 
Geoffrey Hornby, of Scale Hall, co. Lane. ; 
D L., and high sheriff 1774; lieut. -colonel Lane, 
militia, 1776; M.A.; took holy orders; rector of 
Winwick, 1781-1812 (son of Edmund Hornby, 
of Poulton and Scale Hall ; and see Foster's 
Lancashire Collection) ; born at Layton Hall ; 
baptized at Bispham, co. Lane., 14 Aug., 1750; 
died 31 July, 1812 ; buried at Winwick 5 Aug., 
1812, having had 7 sons and 6 daughters. 

[1] Edmund Hornby, of whom see page 626. 
[2] James John (Hornby), rector of Winwick, co. Lane. ; 
born 27 Aug., 1777 ; died 14 Sept., 1S55 ; married 1st, 
14 Oct., 1S00, Hester, youngest daughter and co-heir of 
Robert Vernon Atherton, Esq., of Atherton ; she died 30 
June, 1S30; he married 2ndly, Catherine, daughter of 
Alexander Boyle, Esq. ; she died 12 May, 1859 ; by his 
1st wife he had 2 sons. 

(1) James John (Hornby), born 4 July, 1801 ; died 

1818. 

(2) Robert Vernon Atherton (Hornby), born 6 Nov., 
1S05 ; died s.p. Sept., 1857. 

[3] Geoffrey (Hornby), rector of Bury, Lane. ; born 4 
April. 17S0; died 4 March, 1850; married 12 April, 
1S10, Hon. Georgiana Byng, sister of John, 5th Viscount 
Turlington ; she died 23 July, 1S56, having had 4 sons 
and a daughter. 

(1) William Windham (Hornby), admiral R.N. (retired 
1864) ; commissioner ot prisons since 1877 ; J.P., D.L. 
Lane; born 23 July, 1812; married 17 Jan., 1S49, 
Augusta, widow of Charles Dacres Paterson, Esq., 
daughter of Sir William Pratt Call, Bart. 

(2) Stanley Byng (Hornby), lieut. R.A. ; born 15 
Nov., 1S14; died 21 Nov., 1843; married 8 July, 
1S36, Caroline Sarah, daughter of Joseph Thompson, 
Esq., of New Providence, Barbadoes, and had a son 
and daughter. 

[1] Stanley Edward (Hornby), born 31 July, 1842. 
[2] Georgiana Elizabeth, died s.p. 14 Oct., 1S5S; 
married to Rev. Robert Swann, rector of Christchurch 
Cathedral, Nassau, Bahamas. 

(3) Edward James Geoffrey (Hornby), M.A. Merton 
Coll., Oxon., 1844; rector of Bury, Lane, since 1850, 
and rural dean 1855 ; hon. canon Manchester Cathe- 
dral 1S55 ; born 9N0V., 1816 ; married I9Aug., 1S41, 
Elizabeth, only daughter of Hornby Roughsedge, Esq , 
of Foxghyll, Westmoreland, and has 2 sons. 

[1] Cecil Roughsedge (Hornby), born 29 Dec, 1842. 
[2] Geoffrey Edward, born 10 July, 1844. 

(4) Frederick John, lieut. R.N.; born 1 July, 1819; 
died unmarried, in Sir John Franklin's Polar expe- 
dition, about 1S45. 

(5) Georgina Lucy Cecilia (Hornby), married 2 June, 
1863, to Admiral Sir Henry Leeke, K.C.B., who died 
s.p. March. 1S70. 

[4] Edward Thomas Stanley (Hornby), M.A. (and fellow) 
Cains Cull. ,Camb., 1S09; in holy orders ; died unmarried, 
25 March, 1S25, aged 43. 

[5] Sir Phipps (Hornby), G.C.B., of Little Green, Sussex; 
admiral R.N.;supdt.of Royal Naval Hospital and Victual- 
ling Yard, Plymouth 1832 ; supdt. Woolwich Dockyard 
183S; contrullL-r-gen. of coastguard 1S41-6; com. -in-chief 
on Pacitic station, 1848-51 ; a lord of the Admiralty 
1852; C.B. iSi5;K.C.B. 1S52 ; G.C.B. 1S61 ; born 
«7 April, 1785 ; died 19 March, 1S67 ; married 22 Dec, 



1S14, Maria Sophia, sister of F. M. Sir John Fox 
Burgoyne, Bart.; she died 25 Dec, i860, having had 
3 si ins and 5 daughters. 

(1) Phipps John (Hornby), capt. R.E., born 10 April, 
1820 ; died in Canada 18 April, 184S ; married 7 March, 
1844, Frederica, daughter of Capt. Breton, and had 2 
daughters. 

[1] Frederica Lucy Phipps (Hornby), married 30 
July, 1874, to Lieut. -col. Charles Edward Henry 
Stanley, late grenadier guards, grandson of Edward 
Smith, 13th Earl of Derby, K.G. (see Foster's 
Peerage), and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Son, born 9 April, 1878 ; a son born 1S80 ; a 
daughter, born 1 May, 1S82 ; a daughter born 



June 1884. 
[2]."- 



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Lina Mary Phipps (Hornby), married Oct., 
IS69, to John Lambert Ovans, Esq., who died 1SS3. 

(2) Sir Geoffrey Thomas Phipps (Hornby), G.C.B., of 
Litllegreen and Lordington, Suffolk, admiral R.N., 
com-in-chief West African Station 1865-8, of flying 
squadron 1S69-70; senior officer of Channel squadron 
1S71-4 ; a junior lord of the admiralty 1874-6; com.- 
in-chief Mediterranean squadron 1S76-S0; at Ports- 
mouth since 1882 ; president Royal Naval College since 
1S81 ; born 20 Feb., 1825 ; married 27 April, 1853, 
Emily Frances, only daughter of Rev. John Coles, of 
Ditcham Park, Hants (sister of late Cowper Coles, 
capt. R.N., C.B.), and has 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Geoffrey Stanley Phipps (Hornby), capt. rifle 
brigade, born 15 Dec, 1856; married 21 Feb., 1S84, 
Jessie Wilson, 2nd daughter of T. B. Gunston, Esq., 
of London, and has a daughter born 26 Feb., 1885. 

2] Edmond John Phipps (Hornby), born 3 1 Dec. ,1857 

3] Robert Stewart (Hornby), born 9 July, 1866. 

4] Emily Frances Phipps. 

5] Mary Augusta Phipps, married 5 Nov., 1S79, to 
Frederick William Egerton, capt. R.N., 1SS1 (see 
Foster's Peerage, B. EGERTON). 
[6] Ethel Mary Phipps. 

(3) lames John (Hornby), M.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon, 
1S52; D.D. 1S69; D.C.L. (Durham) 1SS2; provost of 
Eton Coll. 1S84 ; head-master 1S6S-84 ; hon. chaplain 
in ordinary to the Queen, 1SS2 ; fellow Brasenose 
Coll., Oxon, 1S51-6S ; principal of Bishop Cosin's Hall, 
Durham, 1854-64; senior proctor of Oxford 1S66 ; 2nd 
master of Winchester Coll. 1S67-8 ; born iS Dec, 1S26 ; 
married 5 Aug., 1S69, Augusta Eliza, daughter of 
Rev. J. C. Evans, of Stoke Poges, Slough, and has 
3 sons and 2 daughters. 

James John, born 14 March, 1871; Robert Phipps, 
born 9 June, 1S76 ; William, born 4 Aug., 1S78; 
Mary Sophia ; Eveline Augusta. 

(4) Maria Elizabeth. 

(5) Caroline Lucy (C.I.), married 29 Nov., 1838, to 
Lieut -gen. Sir William Denison, K.C.B. 1S56 ; 
governor of Madras, 1S61-6; acting governor-gen. of 
India, Jan., 1S64; govemor-gen. of New South Wales, 
1S54-61 ; governor of Tasmania, 1846-54 ; and knighted 
1846 ; colonel R.E. ; (brother of late Viscount Ossing- 
ton) ; he died 19 Jan., 1S71, having had 8 sons and 6 
daughters, 

[1] William Evelyn (Denison), J.P., D.L., Notts. ; 

capt. R.A. ; M.P. Nottingham 1874-S0; born 25 

Feb., 1S43 ; married 25 Oct., 1S77, Lady Elinor 

Amherst, daughter of William Pitt, 2nd Earl 

Amherst, and has a son, born 22 Dec, 1878. 

[2] Frank George (Denison), born 22 Dec, 1844; 

died unmarried 3 Feb., 1869. 

[3] Henry Phipps (Denison), B.A., Christ Church, 

Oxon., 1S71 ; curate of East Brent, Somerset, since 

1S76 ; born 3 June, 1848. 

[4] James Edward (Denison), M.A., Christ Church, 

Oxon. 18S4; vice-principal Cuddesdon College, 

1884 ; born 22 July, 1853. 



70 



+>. The * Descent * of •<► 

Rev. James John Hornby, D.D., 



D.C.L., Provost of Eton College. 

FK03I THE 



331ood l\o«aI 




of (England 



Edward I., crowned ig=^EIeanor (ist wife), dau. of 
Aug., 1274, b. 17 June, 1 239, 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, Hereford, etc. (2nd husband), 
etc. (ist hus- I3i6,aged fell at Boroughbridge, 16 
band), d. s.p. 32. March, 1321. 



William de Bohun, K. G.,=pElizabeth, widow of Ed- 
Earl of Northampton (2nd j mund de Mortimer, dau. of 
husband). B. de Badlesmere. 



Eli/akih de Bohun (ist=y=Richard, Earl of Arundel 
wife) d. 3 Feb., 13S5. and Surrey, K.G., beheaded 

I 21 Sept., 1397. 

Thomas de Mowbray^Elizabeth Fitz=j=Sir Robert de 
Duke of Norfolk (ist | Alan, d. 8 July, Goushill (2nd 
husband). A\ l 42$- husband). 



Sir Thomas Stanley, K.G., 
Baron Stanley by s 
1456- 



Sir Thomas Stanley, K.G.,=f=Eleanor (ist wife), 
created Earl of Derby, 14S5, Richard, Earl of Warwick, 
d. 1504. I ' 



the king-maker. 



Sir George Stanley, K.B.,=y=Joan, dau. and heir of John, 
K.G., P.C., sum. to Parlt. Lord Strange, of Knockyn. 
as Baron Strange, d. 5 Dec, 



Sir Jam.-. Stanley, of Cross : 
Hall, co. Lane, marshal 
of Ireland (2nd husband). 



Anne, widow of Edmund 
Talbot, of Bashall, dau. of 
John Hart, of Lullingstone. 



Henry Stanley, of Bicker-=i=Mary, dau. and heir of 
staffe. Peter Stanley, of Bicker - 

Astaffe. 






Henry Stanley=f=Mary Stanley. 



Edward Stanley, of=j=Isabella (2nd wife) dau. and 
Bickerstaffe, Bart.,d. 1640. co-heirof Peter Warburton, 
of Arley, Cheshire. 



Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd- 
bart (1st husband), baptUe.l 
22 Oct., 1616, d. May, 
1653- 



Sir Edward Stanley, 3rd=j=Elizabeth, dau. and co. 



bart., d. 16 Oct., 1671 



Sir Thomas Stanley, 4th= 
bart., M.P., b. 27 Sept., 
1670, d. 7 May, 1714. 



Sir Edward Stanley, 5th= 
bart. and nth Earl of 
Derby, b. 17 Sept., 1689, 
d. 23 Feb., 1776. 



James, Lord Strange, d. 
May, 1 77 1. 



Hon. Lucy Stanley, younger 
dau., m. 25 April, 1772, d. 
10 Feb., 1833. 



SirPhipp- ][ornl.y,G.C.B,= 
admiral R.N., a lord of 
the Admiralty, b. 2'; April, 
17S5, d. 19 March, 1867. 



heiress of Thomas Bosvi 
of Warmsworth, Yorks., 
m. 25 Dec, 1663. 

=Elizabeth (ist wife), only 
dau. and heir of Thomas 
Patten, of Bold, co. Lane, 
m. 16S8, d. 1694. 

=Elizabeth, only dau. and 
heir of Robert Hesketh, 
of Rufford, co. Lane, m. 
1714, d. 25 Feb., 1776. 

Lucy, dau. and co-heiress 
of Hugh Smith, of Weald 
Hall, Essex, m. 1747, d. 
1759- 

: Rev. Geoffrey Hornby of 
Scale Hall, co. Lane, 
rector of Winwicke, d. 31 
July, 1S12. 

=Maria Sophia, sister of 
F.M. Sir John Fox Bur- 
goyne, bart. , m. 22 Dec, 
1S14, d. 25 Dec, i860. 



Sir Geoffrey Thomas James John Horn- 

I'hipp.- H..rn:.v,r, C.C., by. II. A., Ball. 1, 

A.'.umal R.N., b. 20 D.D., D.C. L.. Pro- 

Feb., 1825. vost of Eton Coll., 

y b. 11 Dec, 1826. 



nby, b. 






Augusta Eliza, 
dau. of Rev. J. 
C. Evans, m. 5 
Aug., 1S69. 



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Caroline Lucy (C.I.), m. Su-an, m. 10 Ven. 

1S38, to Lieut.-Gen. Sir Archd. Hornby. 

William Denis.,n.,K.C.B., Lucy Hester, m. 

Gov. of Madras, who d. to Vice-Admiral 

1S71. =t= Stopford. 

J, EUzal ' 



beth, m. 
J. E. Cr< 



Crass. 



Eveline Augusta. 



8o 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[5] Charles (Denison), born 15 April, 1855 ; died 4 
Oct., 1858. 

[6] Alfred John, born 8 April, 1857. 
[7] Arthur Geoffrey, born 17 Feb., 1S59; died 23 
Aug., 1876. 

[8] George Charles, born 5 Jan., 1S61. 
[9] Mary Charlotte, died unmarried 12 May, 1861. 
[10] Susan Maria, married 19 Feb., 1863, to 
James Wilkinson Breeks, Esq., of Warcop, Pen- 
rith, he died 6 June, 1S72, leaving issue. 
[11] Lucy Emily. [12] Caroline Elizabeth. 

[13] Ellen Matilda died 10 Sept., 1858. 
[14] Katharine Mary. 

(6) Susan Charlotte Margaret, married iS April, 1844, 
as 2nd wife to the Ven. William Hornby, M.A. Christ 
Church, Oxon., 1833; vicar ofSt.Michael-on-Wyre since 
1847; hon. canon of Manchester Cathedral, 1850; 
archdeacon of Lancaster, 1S70; rural dean of Preston, 
1850-78; and has had 5 sons and 2 daughters, 

[1] William (Hornby), died 25 March, 1858, aged 13. 
[2] Hugh Phipps (Hornby), born 10 March, 1S49. 
[3] Phipps John (Hornby), M.A. Balliol Coll., 
Oxon., 1879, in holy orders; born 10 Jan., 1853. 
[4] James John (Hornby), born 18 Dec, 1854. 
[5] William Starkey (Hornby), born 2 Sept., 1861. 
[6] Susan. 

[7] Anne Lucy, married 9 April, 18S5, to Richard 
Heywood, 4th son of S, H. Thompson, Esq., of 
Thingwall, Liverpool. 

(7) Lucy Hester, married 1 June, 1865, as 2nd wife to 
Vice-Admiral Robert Fanshawe Stopford, R.N. (see 
Foster's Peerage, E. CoURTOWN). 

(8) Elizabeth (Hornby), married 22 June, 1854, to 
Rev. John Edward Cross, M.A. Christ Church, Oxon, 
1846; vicar of Appleby, co. Line, 1856 ; prebendary of 
Lincoln 18S0 ; rural dean 18S0 (brother of Rt. Hon. 
Sir Richard Assheton Cross, P.C., G.C.B.) 

[6] George (Hornby), D.D., and fellow of Brasenose Coll., 

Oxon ; born 10 Jan., 1790 ; died unmarried at Naples, 3 

Nov. 1872. 

[7] Charles (Hornby), lieut.-col. Scots fusilier guards ; 

born 31 Jan., 1791 ; died 1S65. 

[8] Lucy, died Nov. 1849; married 3 May, 1796, to 

Rev. Henry William Champneys, of Westenhanger, Kent, 

rector of Badsworth, Yorks ; assumed the surname and 

arms of Champneys, in lieu of Burt, by royal licence, 10 

Nov., 1778 ; he died 18 Feb., 1845, having had 5 sons 

and 6 daughters. 

(1) Henry William Justinian (Champneys), born 12 
Dec, 1798 ; died in Paris 16 Nov. 1819. 

(2) Thomas Phipps Amyan (Champneys), B. A. Merton 
Coll., Oxon, 1833 ; rector of Badsworth 1859-79 ; 
vicar of Owston 1850-9; born 3 Sept., 180S; died 
16 Jan., 1879. 

(3) Edward Geoffrey John (Champneys), E.I.C.S., 
born 19 Feb., 1S13 ; died unmarried 22 April, 1884. 

(4) Maximilian Hugh Stanley (Champneys), M.A. 
Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 1841; rector of Epperstone, co. 
Line, since 1S53; born 13 Feb., 1816 ; married 9 
May, 1854, Frances Anne, daughter of Rev. Francis 
Bickley Astley, rector of Manningford Abbots and 
Bishopstrow, Wilts (see Foster's Baronetage) ; she died 
13 Jan., 1SS2, having had a son and 4 daughters. 

[1] Edward Hugh Stanley (Champneys), born 24 
July, 1861. 

[2] Lucy Dorothea. [3] Mary Margaret. 

[4] Frances Millesent. [5] Susan Edith. 

(5) Charles James Hornby (Champneys), born 5 Nov. 
1S17, died in Australia about 1840. 

(6) Lucy Henrietta, died 9 Oct., 1875 ; married 15 
Sept., 1836, to Rev. William Hastings Kelke, rector 
of Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks; he died 22 April, 1864, 
leaving an only son, 

William Henry Hastings (Kelke), M.A., Brase- 



nose Coll., Oxon, barnster-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1879 ; born 26 Feb., 1839 ; married 25 Aug., 1880, 
Frances Mary, daughter of late John Sparrow, J. P., 
of Blackburn. 

(7) Frances Susanna, died unmarried 31 May, 1878. 

(8) Louisa Charlotte Margaret, died unmarried 13 
April, 1883. 

(9) Harriet Mary, born 9 April, 1805 ; died 31 Jan., 
1S08. 

(10) Emily Catherine, died 27 Feb., 1875 ; married S 
Sept., 1825, to Adam Hodgson, Esq., of Scarthwaite, 
co- Lane, and of Liverpool, merchant, who died 
Dec, 1862, having had 11 sons and 3 daughters. 

[I] Thomas Edward (Hodgson), M.A. Trin. Coll., 
Camb., 1853 ; vicar of Darlington since 1873 ; rural 
dean of Darlington 1880; surrogate, 1874; born 
23 Sept., 1S27 ; married I Oct., 1864, Maria Theo- 
dosia, daughter of William Light, Esq., of Clifton, 
Bristol ; she died 22 Jan., 1875, leaving a son and 
daughter. 

Cecil Ernest Champneys (Hodgson), born 3 July, 

1870. Ethel Mary. 

[2] Adam Henry (Hodgson), born II Nov., 1828. 
[3] Francis, born II June, 1831 ; died 16 Oct. 
following. 

[4] Frederick, born 22 June, 1832 ; died unmarried 
23 Feb., 1884. 

[5] Wilberforce, born 30 July, 1833 ; died unmarried 
23 March, 1S61. 

[6] Alfred, born 15 Jan., 1835; died 20 Aug. fol- 
lowing. 

[7] Edward Hornby, born 8 July, 1836. 
[8] Albert Champneys, born 9 July, 1838; died 5 
April, 1840. 

[9] Reginald, born 27 May, 1840. 
[10] Herbert, bora 3 Dec, 1841 ; died 13 Feb. 
following. 

[II] Evelyn Gisborne, bom 1 April, 1846. 
[12] Emily Lucy. 

[13] Elizabeth Tylston. 

[14] Katharine Gertrude, died 17 July, 1845. 

(11) Mary Sophia, married 7 Oct., 1845, to Benjamin 
Haigh Allen, Esq., of Clifford Priory, Herefordshire ; 
J.P., D.L.; high sheriff 1875, and has 2 daughters, 

[1] Mary Lucy, married 27 Feb., 1878, to John 
Knowles, Esq., of Darnhall Hall, Cheshire, only 
son of late Thomas Knowles, M.P., Wigan. 
[2] Emily Kate (Allen). 
[9] Charlotte Margaret, died 16 June, 1817 ; married 30 
June, 1798, to her cousin, Edward Smith, 13th Earl of 
Derby, K.G.; lord-lieut. andcustos rotulorum co. Lane ; 
colonel Lane militia ; vice-admiral of coast of Lancashire ; 
president of Linnrean and Zoological societies ; M.P. 
Preston 1796-1S12, Lancashire 1812-32; created Baron 
Stanley, of Bickerstaffe, co. Palatine of Lane, by letters 
patent, 22 Dec, 1832; born 21 April, 1775; died 30 
June, 1 85 1, having had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Edward Geoffrey, 14th earl; K.G., G.C.M.G., 
P.C., D.C.L., F.R.S. ; chancellor of the university of 
Oxford; M.P. Stockbridge 1822-6, Preston 1826-30, 
Windsor 1831-2, and North Lancashire 1S32-44 ; sum- 
moned to the House of Lords 4 Nov., 1844, in his 
father's Barony of Stanley of Bickerstaffe ; and was 
elected K.G. 28 June, 1849 ; chief secretary for 
Ireland 1830-33 ; secretary of state for the colonies 
1833-4, 1841-5 ; and first lord of the treasury in 1852, 
1S58, and 1866; born 29 March, 1799; died 23 Oct., 
1869, having married 31 May, 1825, Hon. Emma 
Caroline Wilbraham, 2nd daughter of Edward, 1st 
Lord Skelmersdale (E. Lathom) ; she died 26 April, 
1876, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 
[1] Edward Henry Stanley, K.G., 15th Earl of 
Derby (14S5, E.), Baron Stanley (1832, U.K.), and 
a Baronet (1627, E.); P.C. ; trustee British Museum; 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Si 



M.P. King's Lynn 1S4S-69; a member of Universi- 
ties committee, 1881 ; lord rector Edinburgh Univer- 
sity 1875 ; under-secretary of state for foreign affairs 
1852 ; secretary of state, colonies, 1S5S, 1SS4-5 ; 
president board of control 1858 ; secretary of state, 
India, 1858-9 ; secretary of state, foreign affairs, 
1S66-S, 1S74-8; born 21 July, 1826; married 5 
July, 1870, Lady Mary Catherine, 2nd daughter of 
George John, 5th Earl Delawarr, and widow of James 
Brownlow William, 2nd Marquis ot Salisbury, K.G. 
[2] Right Hon. Frederick Arthur Stanley, M.P. ; 
secretary of state for war 1S7S-S0 ; financial secretary 
to the treasury 1877-8 ; a lord of admiralty 1868 ; 
M.P. Preston 1S65-8, North Lancashire, 1S6S-85 : 
Blackpool Division, N.W. Lancashire, Dec, 1S85 ; 
lieut.-col. 1st royal Lane, militia since 1874 ; capt. 
late grenadier guards ; militia A.D.C. to the Queen ; 
heir presumptive to the peerage; born 15 Jan., 1S41 ; 
married 31 May, 1864, Lady Constance Villiers, 
eldest daughter of George, 4th Earl of Clarendon, 
and has had, with other issue, 7 sons and a daughter. 

Edward George Villiers, born 4 April, 1S65. 

Albert Victor (H.M. the Queen sponsor), born 16 

Jan., 1S67. 

Arthur, born iS Nov., 1S69. 

Ferdinand Charles, born 28 Jan., 1S71. 

George Frederick, born 14 Oct., 1872. 

Algernon Francis, born 8 Jan, 1S74. 

Frederick William, born 27 May, 1878. 

Isobel Constance Mary. 
[3] Lady Emma Charlotte, married 11 Oct., 1S60, 
to Lieut.-col. Hon. Wellington Patrick Manvers 
Chetwynd-Talbot, of Honeybourne, Wore. ; hon 
lieut.-col. 1st (King's Own) Staffordshire militia ; 



capt. late 7th regt. ; comptroller of household 1845- 
6 ; British resident at CephaloniaiS55-6o; agovernor 
and vice-president of Wellington College since 1S73 ; 



serjeant-at-arms to House of Lords since 185s (see 
Foster's Peerage, E. Shrewsbury), and has 5 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

Charley Stanley, born 31 Jan., 1S62. 

Frederick Gilbert, born 1 May, 1S6S. 

Walter Stanley, born 4 Nov., 1869. 

Henry Arthur, born 23 Aug., 1872. 

Gilbert Edward, born 4 Sept., 1S76. 

Cecil Emma. 

Edith Constance Louisa. 

Helen Ivory, born 14 April, 1SS0. 

(2) Hon. Henry Thomas (Stanley), of Stanley Hall, 
co. Lane; M.P. Preston 1832-7; born 9 March, 
1803 ; died 2 April, 1S75, having married I Sept., 1835, 
Anne, daughter of Richard Woolhouse, Esq., and had 
3 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Edward Henry (Stanley), of Stanley Hall, born 
5 Jan., 1838. 

[2] Charles Geoffrey (Stanley), capt. 32nd regt. ; 
born 5 Sept., 1S39 ; died 22 April, 1877, having 
married 11 April, 1S61, Agnes Nina, youngest 
daughter of late Honoratus Leigh Rigby, Esq., of 
Hawarden, Flint, (see Foster's Peerage, B. Teyn- 
ham), and has 3 sons and a daughter. 

Charles Henry, born 25 March, 1S62. 

Henry Edmund, born S July, 1S63. 

A son, born 6 March, 1871. 

Mary Kathleen Fanny. 
[3] Henry Edmund (Stanley), capt. 23rd regt. ; born 
27 Dec, 1840; died 15 Nov., 1S67, having married 
15 Oct., 1863, Ida Emily, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Allen Brown, of Agra, India, and has a son and 
daughter. 

Henry Edmund Thomas, born 30 Sept., 1S64. 

Isabell Clayton. 

(3) Hon. Charles James Fox (Stanley), colonel 7th 
Lane, militia; lieut.-col. late grenadier guards; born 



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25 April, 1S0S; died 13 Oct., 1884; married 10 Dec, 
1836, Frances Augusta, daughter of Gen. Sir Henry 
Frederick Campbell, K.C.B. (E. Cawdor); she died 
29 May, 1S7S, having had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Charles Edward Henry (Stanley), late capt. and 

lieut.-col. grenadier guards; born 28 April, 1843; 

married 30 July, 1S74, Frederica Lucy, daughter of 

Capt. Phipps John Hornby, R.E. (named above) ; 

and has a son, born 9 April, 187S, and a daughter 

born I May, 1SS2. 

[2] Douglas James George, born S March, 1S47 ; 

died 10 July, 1S77. 

[3] Albert Hamilton, capt. late 6Sth regt. ; born q 

July, 1S49. 

[4] Edmund Phipps, B.A. Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 

1S78 ; rector of Wootton Courtenay, Somerset ; 

incumbent Prestbury-cum-Lower Withington, 1S83 ; 

curate of Crosthwaite, Cumberland, 1S79 ; born 

13 Oct., 1S55 ; married 9 Sept., 1SS5, Catherine 

Stewart, eldest daughter of John Stewart Browne, 

Esq., of Port Lincoln, South Australia. 

[5] Evelyn Emma. [6] Margaret Alice. 

[7] Mary Louisa. [8] Constance Emily. 

(4) Lady Charlotte Elizabeth, died 15 Feb., 1S53, 
having married 16 Dec, 1S23, to Edward (Leycester), 
lVnrhyn, Esq., of East Sheen, Surrey ; he died 6 March, 
1S61, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Edward Hugh Leycester Penrhyn, of East 
Sheen, Surrey; J. P., D.L., Hants; born 7 June, 
1827 ; married 21 April, 1853, Vere, daughter of 
Robert Gosling, Esq., of Botleys Park, Surrey, and 
of Hassiobury, Herts, and has 2 sons and 6 daugh- 
ters. 

(1) Arthur Leycester (Penrhyn), born 10 March, 
1S66. 

(2) George Leycester, born 25 April, 1871. 

(3) Charlotte Georgiana. (4) Constance Vere. 
(5) Agnes Eleanor. (6) Amy Gertrude. 

(7) Maud Lina. (8) Cecil Mary. 

[2] Oswald Henry Leycester (Penrhyn), M. A. Ealliol 
Coll., Oxon, 1852 ; vicar of Huyton, Liverpool, 1S69; 
hon. canon Liverpool, lSSo;perp. curate Bickerstaffe 
1S58-69 ; born ; married 24 April, 1S62, 

Charlotte, daughter of Edmund Hornby, Esq., of 
Dalton Hall (see next page), and has a son and 3 
daughters. 

Charles Windham Leycester (Penrhyn), bom 5 

Nov., 1873. 

Ethel Frances. Mary Charlotte. 

Elizabeth Gertrude. 
[3] Mary Charlotte, married 1 Oct., 1850, to Mor- 
gan Yeatman, Esq., of Shawfield, Bromley, Kent, 
and has had 5 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Morgan Edward (Yeatman), M.A. Trin. 
Coll., Camb, born S Aug., 1851. 

(2) Harry Oswald, born 19 Nov., 1S56. 

(3) Charles Leycester, born 17 Nov., 1S58; died 
6 April, 1884. 

(4) Arthur William, B A., Pembroke Coll., 
Camb , 1884 ; born 5 May, 1862. 

(5) Frank Pym Stanley, born 12 Oct , 1S69. 

(6) Ellinor Mary. (7) Lucy Emma. 

(8) Florence Charlotte. 

(9) Alice Maud, died 1SS0. 
(10) Edith Vere. 

[4] Emma Catherine Leycester (Penrhyn). 

(5) Lady Louisa Emily, died s.p. II Dec, 1S25, having 
married, as 1st wife, iS April, 1S25, to Lieut.-col. 
Samuel Long, of Bromley Hill, Kent, high sheriff 1S63; 
late grenadier guards ; brother of Lord Farnborough 
(extinct); he died }i Aug., 1SS1 (see page 620). 

(6) Lady Ellinor Mary, married 11 June, lS35,toRev. 
Frank George Hopwood, M.A. Christ Church Coll., 
Oxon, 1840; rector of Winwick, Lane, 1855, hon. 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



. canon of Chester 1S66, (see page 633) and has (to sur- 
vive) 3 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Frank Edward (Hopwood), M.A. Christ Church 

Coll., Oxon, 1868; rector of Badsworth, Yorks, 

since 1819 ; born 19 April, 1843. 

[2] Arthur Robert, born 19 March, 1845. 

[3] Charles Augustus, born 27 Dec, 1847. 

[4] Susan. 

[5] Cecilia Catherine, married 4 May, 1871, to Ven. 

John Lionel Darby, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1S65; 

archdeacon of Chester since 1877; hon. canon Chester 

Cathedral 1S73 ; rector of St. Bridget with St. 

Martin's, Chester, since 1S75. 
[10] Georgiana (Hornby), died unmarried 16 March, 1861, 
aged 78. 

[11] Frances Susanna. [12] Louisa. 

[13] Henrietta Elizabeth, died unmarried 29 Oct., 1S59, 
aged 66. 



CDMUND HORNBY, of Dalton Hall, co. 
*^ Lane, J.R, D.L. ; high sheriff 1828 ; M.A. 
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1797; M.P. Preston in 3 
Parliaments, 1812, 1818, 1820 ; baptized 16 June, 
1773; died 18 Nov., 1857; married 22 Aug., 
1796, Lady Charlotte Stanley, daughter of Ed- 
ward, 1 2th Earl of Derby, K.G. (see page 62 r) ; 
she died 25 Nov.. 1805, having had an only son, 

CDMUND GEORGE HORNBY, of Dalton 
^ Hall, J.R, D.L. ; M.P. Warrington 1832 ; 
constable of the Castle of Lancaster ; born 1 6 
Nov., 1799; died 26 Feb., 1865; married 30 



Jan., 1827, Sarah, 2nd daughter and co-heir of 
Thomas Yates, Esq., of Irwell House, co. Lane., 
and had a son and 6 daughters. 

[1] Edmund Geoffrey Stanley Hornby, 1st 

named (see page 6 1 8). 

[2] Elizabeth Sarah (Hornby), died 27 Sept., 1884; 
married 21 Feb., 1865, to Rev. Henry Ware, M.A. 
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1856 ; vicar of Kirkby Lonsdale 
since 1862 ; rural dean ; chaplain to the Bishop of 
Carlisle; hon. canon Carlisle since 1883; canon resi- 
dentiary 1879-83 ; hon. canon 1870-9 ; fellow and 
assistant tutor Trin. Coll., Camb., 1854-62; s.p. 
[3] Lucy Francesca, married 29 July, 1S51 to Charles 
Samuel Bagot, barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1853 ; a 
commissioner in lunacy ; principal secretary to Lord 
Hatherley, Lord Chancellor of England; B.A. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. (2nd son of Charles Harvey Bagot, of 
South Australia). 

[4] Ellinor Georgina Katherine, married 18 Aug., 1S57, 
to Rev. Henry Arbuthnot Feilden, B.A. St. Alban Hall, 
Oxon, 1S71 ; chaplain of St. Raphael's Convalescent 
Home, Torquay, 1873-84 (see Foster's Baronetage), and 
has 2 daughters. 

Helen Arbuthnot. Katherine Maud. 

[5] Charlotte Louisa Jane, married 24 April, 1862, to Rev. 
Oswald Henry Leycester Penrhyn, M.A. Balliol Coll., 
Oxon, 1852; vicar of Huyton, co. Lane, since 1869; 
perp. curate Bickerstaffe 1858-69 ; hon. canon Liverpool ; 
and has a son and 3 daughters (see preceding page). 
[6] Victoria Susan, married 22 Jan., 1861, to Rev. 
Charles James Satterthwaite, M.A. Jesus Coll., Camb., 
1S60 ; vicar of Disley, Cheshire, since 1859, and has 2 
sons and a daug ! ter. 

Edmund James (Satterthwaite), born 1 March, 1866 

Charles Geoffrey, born 15 April, 1S73. 

Gertrude Mary Charlotte. 
[7] Gertrude Mary Augusta. 



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1V/T 'GILLICUDDY, DENIS CHARLES, 
1V1 " The M'Gillicuddy of the Reeks," 17TH in 
descent from Edward III. ; born 1 4 May, 
1852; married 24 Oct., 1 88 1, Gertrude Laura, 
daughter of E. H. Miller, Esq., of Ringwood, 
near New York, and has a son. 
[1] born 26 Oct., 18S2. 




The Descent of 

" The M'Gillicuddy of the Reeks " 

from 

the 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, 
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 
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 Lon- 
don, where he remained nearly five years (for 
further particulars, see Royal Lineage, Foster s 
Pterage). The King died at Sheen, Surrey, 2 1 
June, 1377, having had issue ; their descendant 

ANNE BLENNERHASSETT (eldest 
daughter of Capt. John Blennerhassett, of 
Castle Conway, co. Kerry, known as Black Jack 
(see page 593B), born 24 Jan., 1694; married 
1st, to Denis M'Gillicuddy, of Carrabeg, who 
died 1730; she re-married, Jan., 1731, to 
Thomas Herbert, of Currens ; by her 1st hus- 
band she had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 



Denis M'Gillicuddy, born 15 Nov., 171S; died s.p. 



[2] Cornelius, of whom presently. 
[3] John, born 26 Jan., 1727 ; died s.p. 
[4] "Philip, born 10 Feb., 1729 ; died s.p. 
[5] Avice Catherine. 
[6] Mary. 
[7] Elizabeth. 

^"ORNELIUS M'GILLICUDDY, born 

^~* 1720; died ; married 16 July, 174S) 

Catherine, 5th daughter of Richard Chute, 

Esq., of Tulligaron, co. Kerry (by his wife 

Charity Herbert), and had 6 sons and 6 

daughters. 

[1] Denis, born 31 Oct., 1747 ; died unmarried. 

[2] Richard, "The M'Gillicuddy of the Reeks," born 30 

May, 1750 ; died s.p. 19 Nov., 1S26 ; married Feb., 

17S0, Hon. Arabella Mullins, daughter of Thomas, 1st 

Lord Ventry ; she d ed Dec, 1S21 (see page 664). 

[3] Francis M'Gillicuddy, born 17 Aug., 1751 ; died 6 

April, 1S20; married 1788, Catherine, relict 

of Darby M'Gill, Esq., daughter of Denis Mahony, 

Esq., of Dromore, co. Kerry, and had 3 sons and 2 

daughters. 

(1) Richard, of whom see page 629. 

(2) Francis, died unmarried. 

(3) Denis, died s.p., April, 1843 ; married Mary 
Kirwan. 

(4) Mary. 

(5) Catherine, married 17 June, 1S27, to Montgomery 
Agnew Martin, Esq., and had 3 sons and 5 daughters 
(see page 596). 

[4] Daniel, born Feb., 1753 ; died ; 

married 1st Elizabeth, daughter of Conway 

Blennerhassett, Esq. (see page 594) ; she died s.p. ; he 
married 2ndly, 26 Aug., 1S11, Sophia, daughter of Sir 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Barry Denny, Bart, (see page 724) ; she died 
1832, having had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Daniel de Courcy (M'Gillicuddy), of Day Place, 
Tralee, co. Kerry, J. P., born 18 Aug., 181 5; died 4 
Oct., 1SS2; married 24 Sept., 1S39, Lucinda Margaret, 
daughter of Richard Morphy, Esq., of Tralee ; she 
died 16 May, 1S78, having had 6 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Daniel de Courcy (M'Gillicuddy), of Tralee, 
sessional crown solicitor, co. Kerry ; born 20 July, 
1840; married 10 June 1S80, jemima Maria, 
youngest daughter of late Henry Samprey, Esq., of 
Ballyglass House, co. Roscommon. 
[2] Richard Edward, born May, 1850. 
[3] Henry Arthur, born Nov., 1852. 
[4] Edward Abram, born Nov., 1854; married 
14 April, 1S80, Annabella Charlotte, only child of 
Townsend Blennerhassett, capt. Kerry militia (see 
pages 567 and 574) ; she died 1 May, 1SS2, leaving 
a son, 

Townsend Blennerhassett (M'Gillicuddy), born 
27 April, 1882. 
[5] Arthur Orpen, born Nov., 1856. 
[6] Francis John, bom June, 1S60. 
[7] Sarah Lucinda, married 1 Oct., 1867, to Rev. 
Raymond de Audemer Orpen, rector of Tralee (son 
of Sir Richard John Theodore Orpen, Knt.), and 
has 3 sons and a daughter. 

Richard Theodore (Orpen), born 13 Oct., 1869 
Charles William M'Gillicuddy, born II June, 
1871 ; Henry Arthur Herbert, born 12 May, 1874; 
Lucinda Elizabeth. 
[8] Sophia Elizabeth. 

(2) Arabella (M'Gillicuddy), died 21 Dec, 1881 ; 
married Aug., 1843, to Edward Morphy, Esq., cl 
Tralee ; she died 1878, having had 4 sons 
and a daughter. 

(3) Sophia Catherine, married 22 Nov., 1834, to hev 
cousin, Rev. Henry Denny, rector of Ballynahaglish, 
&c. (see page 725) ; he died 25 Sept., 1877, having 
had 9 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Edward (Denny), M. A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, rector 
of Laracor, co. Meath ; born 17 Aug., 1S35 ; married 
18 Oct., 1877, Marion Georgina, daughter of Lyttel- 
ton Henry Lyster, Esq., of Dublin, and has a son. 

Henry Lyttelton Lyster, born 10 Sept., 1878. 
[2] Henry, born I Jan., 1837 ; died 9 Nov., 1872, 
having married 1 Dec, 1864, Jane, daughter of Joseph 
Armstrong, Esq., of Coote Hill, Cavan (she re-married 
18 May, 1S75, to Joseph Keatinge, of Lismore), and 
had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Henry Arthur Francis, born 8 March, 1S68. 

(2) Edward Ernest Armstrong, bom (posth.) 
21 July, 1873. 

(3) Kathleen Elizabeth. 
[3] Arthur M'Gillycuddy.hon.lieut. -col., latemajor on 
reserve; formerly capt. 1 3th L.I. ; born 3 March, 1838. 
[4] De Courcy Daniel, born 24 Dec, 1S40; died 
16 Dec, 1875, having married 17 April, 1S73, 
Clementina, daughter of late Richard Leahy, Esq., 
of Tralee, and had a son. 

Henry de Courcy, bom 2S May, 1874. 
[5] Robert, born 5 June, 1843. 
[6] William, born 2S Feb., 1S47. 
[7] Richard, capt. R. M.L.I; born 8 Aug., 1S48; 
married 24 Aug., 1SS1, Mary, eldest daughter of 
T S Guppy, M.D., Falmouth, and has a 

daughter, 

Eileen, born 10 Feb., 1883. 
[8] Roland John, born 30 Sept., 1849. 
[9] Edmund Barry, born 29 Nov., i860. 
[10] Sophia. [11] Elizabeth. 

[12] Arabella Jane, married 16 Feb., 1S74, to 
Richard Hungerford Townsend, M.D., and has 3 
sons and 8 daughters (see Denny pedigree, page 725). 



[13] Diana (Denny). 
[5] Eusebius (M'Gillicuddy), born May, 1754; married 
Anne, daughter of James FitzGerald, of Bally- Ellen, co. 
Carlow, and had 5 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Richard. 

(2) Daniel. 

(3) Francis Chute, had a daughter , 
Ursula, married to George Mahony 
Mayberry, M.D., J.P., of Riversdale, co. Kerry ; and 
has, with other issue, a son, 

Francis George (Mayberry), of Riversdale, B.A., 
Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1868; bom , 1847. 

(4) Eusebius. 

(5) James. _ (6) Ellen. 

(7) Catherine, married to James Morphy, and had at 
least a son, 

Eusebius M'Gillicuddy (Morphy), born 
died ; married , Dorcas, daughter 

of James Hilliard, Esq., of Ballyhorgan (see p. 514), 
and had an only daughter, 

Gertrude Margaret (Morphy), married Jan., 

1874, to Shubrick Martin, who died at Burton-on- 
Trent, 19 April, 1879, leaving a son, 

William Herbert (Martin), born 16 Nov., 1874. 

(8) Charity. 

(9) Margaret, died July, 1849 ; married 
1817, to Alexander Eagar, county inspector Irish con- 
stabulary, some time lieut. 57th regt. ; he died 
Sept., 1S55, having had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Thomas (Eagar), died unmarried, 8 July, 1847, 

aged 26. 

[2] Eusebius M'Gillicuddy (Eagar), of Lickeen, and 

of Clifton Cottage, T.P. co. Kerry born 16 Sept., 

1820. 

[3] Francis M'Gillicuddy (Eagar), of Philipstown, 

King's co. ; born ; married , 1855, 

Frances Margaret, daughter of Holden, and 

has 2 sons and a daughter — Alexander Richard, 

James, Anne. 

[4] James. 

[5] Rosanna Catherine. 

[6] Margaretta M'Gillicuddy (Eagar). 
[6] Cornelius (M'Gillicuddy), born July, 1762. 
[7] Charity, married , to Edward Collis, 

Esq. , of Lismore, co. Kerry ; he died , 

having had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) William Collis, of Lismore, co. Kerry, high sheriff, 
died ; married , 1806, his cousin 
Catherine, eldest daughter of Rev. Samuel Collis, ol 
Fort William, co. Kerry ; she died , having 
had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Edmund (Collis), born 1810. 

[2] Samuel, captain of Kerry militia. 

[3] William. 

[4] Richard. 

[5] Charity, died 5 Nov., 1S47 ; married Sept., 

1837, to Richard Townsend de Moleyns, Esq. (see 

page 661), who died , 1850, leaving a son, 

Guiscarde Henry, died 26 March, 1S59. 
[6] Anne. [7] Frances. [8] Catherine. 

(2) Arabella (Collis), married , to David 
Fitzgerald, Esq., and has a son, 

Thomas (Fitzgerald), C.E., of 3, Beresford-place, 
Dublin. 

(3) Margaret Ruth (Collis), married , to 
Francis Twiss, Esq., and had a son and 5 daughters 
(seep. 514). 

[8] Mary Anne, died unmarried. 

[9] Margaret, married , to Rev. James 

Day, rector of Tralee, vicar-general of Ardfert and 

Aghadoe, and had 4 sons and 4 daughters (see page 

446). 

[10] Ruth, and [11] Avis, both died unmarried. 

[12] Agnes Ruth Herbert, married , to 

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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Maurice Leyne, M.D., J. P., Tralee ; he died Jan., 

1S33, having had 4 sons and 4 daughters. 
(1) Richard (Leyne), captain 5Sth and 73rd regiments ; 
born I Jan., 1790 ; died 3 Jan., 1S64 ; married , 

1817, Elizabeth, daughter of James O'Connor, of 
Tralee, and had, with other issue, 8 sons and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Maurice Richard (Leyne), nth Hussars ; died 29 
June, 1854; married , Ellen, daughter 

of Richard Kehoe, Esq., of Carlow, and had a son, 

Maurice. 
[2] James (Leyne), major 59th regiment and 14th 
regiment. 

[3] Jeremiah (Leyne), of Dublin ; born ; 

married 26 June, 1S62, Alexis, daughter of John 
Balfour, of Edinburgh, and has had 2 sons and 5 
daughters. 

(1) Richard Fitz-Jerome Alexis (Leyne), born 
Feb., 1866. 

(2) Jerome John Mercer, born 21 Aug., 1S67 ; 
died 9 Sept. following. 

(3) Marguerite Alexis Elizabeth Mary. 

(4) Elizabeth Agnes Mary. 

(5) Agnes Mary Aloysia. 

(6) Alexis Mary Clare, died 14 Dec, 1S6S. 

(7) Avice Alexis Mary, died 5 May, 1SS4. 
[4] Edward (Leyne), died 19 April, 1861. 

[5] O'Connell (Leyne), born ; married 

, 1 88 1, Frances, daughter of Richard 
Sullivan, Esq., of Kilkenny. 
[6] Richard (Leyne). 

[7] John Gerald (Leyne), born ; 

married , 1 87 1, Margaret Wilkinson, of 

Bermuda. 

[8] Charles Joseph (Leyne), died March, 1873. 
[9] Elizabeth Mary Clare, a nun of the presenta- 
tion order. 

[10] Agnes Teresa, married I Aug., 1S66, to her 
2nd cousin, Christopher O'Cmnell Fitz-Simon, Esq., 
of Glancullen, co. Dublin, J.P., D.L. (see page 
591), he died 16 Nov., 1SS4, having had 4 sons and 
a daughter. 

(2) Maurice (Leyne), of Dublin, barrister-at-law, died 
unmarried, , 1S65. 

(3) Jeremiah (Leyne), M.D., married 1st, , 
1S19, Mary, daughter of Robert Christopher Hickson, 
Esq., of Fermoyle and Tralee ; she died ; 
he married 2ndly, , Margaret, widow of 
Rev. James Chute, rector of Ballyheigue, daughter of 

. By his 1st wife he had an only 
daughter. 
Mary (Leyne), married , to Thomas 

Stewart, Esq., of 

(4) James (Leyne), died unmarried ■, 1819. 

(5) Catherine (Leyne), died 17 May, 1858; married 

, 1S11, to John Spotswood, captain Valencia 
yeomanry corps, who died 2 April, 1S59, having had 6 
sons and 6 daughters. 

[1] Theobald (Spotswood), born , 1S12 ; 

died unmarried, 19 Oct., 1S44. 
[2] Maurice (Spotswood), of Cahirceveen, M.R.C.S. 
England, 1S41 ; born 19 Sept., 1S14 ; married 18 
Dec, 1862, Therisa, daughter of W. F. de Bentley, 
Esq., and has had a son and 5 daughters. 
John Theobald, bom 10 March, 1870. 
Edith Butler, died 21 Sept., 1SS1. 
Kathleen Agnes ; Myra Leyne ; John Theobald ; 
Bessie Ethel. 



[3] John, died s.p. 

[4] Richard, married Miss Minshull, of Tiff, and 

died s.p., 27 Jan., 1S77. 

[5] James. 

[6] Robert, married 

[7] Agnes, married O'Connell. 

[8] Mary, died unmarried, 5 March, 1871. 

[9] Elizabeth, married 1856, to Francis 

Twiss, and had a daughter, Kathleen (see page 512). 

[10] Cherry. 

[11] Christina, died June, 1848. 

[12] Louisa, died S April, 1854. 

(6) Agnes (Leyne), died ; married , 
to Thomas Day, of Miltown (son of Rev. John Day, of 
the Manor and Keelballylahavic, co. Kerry, and had 
issue (see page 724). 

(7) Charity (Leyne), married , to Cap'.. 
Samuel Collis, R.N., and died s.p. 

(8) Elizabeth (Leyne), married , 1821, to 
Thomas Hannigan, of Woodford, co. Cork, and had, 
with other issue, a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Anthony (Hannigan), of Lockington House, 

Bray, died 

[2] Agnes, unmarried. [3] Maria. 



■piCHARD, "The M'Gillicuddy of the 
^ Reeks," J. P., D.L. co. Kerry, high sheriff 

1823-4; born 1 Jan., 1790; died 6 June, 1866; 

married 1st, 9 Nov., 1814, Margaret, only 

daughter of James Bennett, M.D., of Cork; 

she died 2 Feb., 1849, having had 2 sons and 2 

daughters. 

[1] Francis, born 25 Dec, 1819; died unmarried 3 Nov., 

1S41. 

[2] Robert, born 29 Dec. 1S23 ; died unmarried. 

[3] Arabella, died unmarried. 

[4] Dorothea, married 29 June, 1S47, to William Leader, 

Esq., of Rosnake, co. Cork, J. P. ; he died, 1S61, having 

had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) William Nicholas (Leader), born 1853. 

(2) Francis Henry Mowbray, born 1S55. 

(3) Dora Margaret. (4) Margaret. 

"The M'Gillicuddy" married 2ndly, 6 Nov., 
1849, Anna, daughter of John Johnstone, Esq., 
of Mainstone Court, co. Hereford (see Foster's 
Peerage, B. Derwent), and had 5 sons and 4 
daughters. 

[5] Richard Patrick, "The M'Gillicuddy," born 15 July, 

1S50; died 28 Nov., 1S71. 

[6] Denis Charles, "The M'Gillicuddy" (see page 

627). 

[7] Tohn, bom 24 March, 1S55. 

[8] Charles, bom S Nov., 1S57. 

[9] Neill, born 22 July, 1S60. 

[10] Agnes, married 28 Oct., 1SS2, to George Stoker, 

M.R.C.S. (5th son of the late Abraham Stoker, Esq., of 

Dublin). 

[11] Anna Catherine, married 1 Jan., 1S7S, to Thomas 

Wells, Esq., of Moxley, Staffordshire. 

[12] Mary Ruth. [13] Sylvia Emily. 



[62 9 ] 



ss & The * Descent * of •<* 

Joshua Thomas Horton, Esq., 

Of Howroyde, Yorks., J. P., D.L., 



Blooo ftogal 



Edward I., crowned ia=fEleanor (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. 

Joan of Acre, b. there !272,=pGilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305, 2nd wife. Gloucester, &c, d. 7 Dec, 
1295. 




Margaret de Clare, m. ist=f 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=pRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept., 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 
_J Aug., 1372. 

Beatrix Stafibrd=j=Thomas, 5th Lord Roos of 
Hamlake (2nd husband). 



William de Roos, 7th Baron,=j=Margery, yr. dau. of Sir 
K.G., Lord Treasurer of John de Arundel, Knt., 
England, 1404. Marshal of England. 



Margaret de Roos (1st wife)=f=James Touchet, Lord Aud- 
ley, lord almoner, slain at 
Blore Heath, 145S. 



Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Itchingham. 



John, Lord Audley, had : 
summons to Parliament 1 46 1 - 
83, d. 26 Sept., 1491. 



Joan (1st wife)= 
dau. of Fulke 
Bourchier, Lord 
FitzWarren. 



James, Lord Auctley,=Margaret (2nd 
Knt., beheaded 28 wife) dau. of 
June, 1497, attaint- Richard Dayrell, 
ed and forfeited. of Lillingston. 



John, Lord Audley, restored=pMary, dau. of John Griffin, 
in blood and honour 15 12, I of Braybrooke, Northants. 
and to hisfather's lands 1533. | 



of ©njjIaiU). 



continued from belcnu. 
John, Lord Audley=j=Mary Griffin 



George, Lord Audley, took=i=Elizabeth,dau. of Sir Bryan 
his seat in the House of Tuke, Knt., treasurer of 
Lords 20 Jan., 1558, d. 1560. the Chamber, Henry VIII. 



Eliznl^th, dau. of Sir 



Henry, LordAudley, Knight 
Banneret, never sat in Parlia- 
ment, d. 1595. 



William Sneyd, of Brad- 
wall, Staffordshire, buried 
at Thehvall, 4 Jan., 1610. 



Anne Touchet=j»Thomas Brooke, of Nor- 
ton, Cheshire, Sheriff 1578, 
1592. 



Brooke=j=Richard Starkey, Esq., ot 
Stretton, Cheshire, b. 1568. 



Edward Gregge,ofHapsford,=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Chr. 
buried in St. Michael's, I Lightfoot, of Barrow, d. 
Chester, 13 Nov. 1665. 3 May, 1659. 

Robert Gregge, d. Feb.,=pElizabeth, buried in St. 
1661-2. I Michael's, IS Oct. 1658. 



Robert Gregge, buried at St. =j=Jane, dau. of Holt, 

Michael's, Chester, 19 June, of Bridge Hall, co. Lane, 
1673. buried 17 July, 16S9. 



Mary Gregge, b. 9 June,=pJoshua Horton, of Chadder- 
1658, m. 27 Feb., 167S, d. I ton, co. Lane, d. 15 Dec, 
27 Dec, 1708. 1708. 



Anne, dau. and co-heir of 
Richard Mostyn, of Lon- 
don, merchant, d. 1 7 June, 
1725, aged 39. 



Thomas Horton, of Chad- 
derton, co. Lane, governor 
of the Isle of Man, d. 18 
March, 1757. 



Sir William Horton, =Susanna,on!ydau. and 2. Joshua Horton, 

of Chadderton, Bart., I heir of Francis Watts, Howroyde, Yorks, 

so created 1764, d. Esq., of Barn Hall, 12 May, 1720, d. 

25 Feb. 1774. I Yorks, m. 23 Aug. Jan., 1793. 

A'75>, d. 19 May, 1778. 



=Mary Bethia (2nd 

wit. 1, ^au.of Rev. J. 
Woolen, A.M., rector 
il )• rnl.-v, Yorks. cic, 
d. 8 Feb. 1806. 



,, in, 24 March, ^pGeorge Lloyd, 
16 March,i797. I Hulme, Co. La 
shire. 



T 



Thomas Horton, 
of Howroyde, 
Yorks, b. 26 Aug. 



ygst. dau. of George, 
3rd Earl of Aberdeen, 
m. 12 March, 1789, 
7 Aug. 1852. 



' bT\Vhor 

24 ingtor 

I Nov., 



Whorwood, of Head 

Oxon., d. 8 Mary's, Rochdale 
845- b.sMay, 1769, d. 

13 Aug. 1817. 



=j=Elizabeth, eld. dau. Other 

of John Lyon, M.D. issue, 

m. 7 Nov., 1793, d. page 6; 
24 Oct., 1835. 



lowroyde, vicar of j Thomas Dalrymple 
Ormskirk, co. Lane. Hesketh, Bart., m. 6 
b. 12 Nov. 1790, d. 21 Nov., 1S32, d. 10 May, 
Nov. 1845. 1836. 



Frances Esther, 2nd dau. of 
Rev. William Garnier, of 
Rookesbury, Hants., m. 1 
Aug., 1826, d. March, 1861. 



Mary, m.=f Francis BeynonHacket 
26 June, I Esq. of Moor Hall, co. 
1816, d. 28 Warwick, m. 26 June, 
Dec, 1881 1816, d. 14 Oct., 1863. 



Howroyde, Yorks, J.P., D.L. 
late capt. 2nd West York Ye : 
manry cavalry, b. 10 May. 



Joshua Thomas, b. 12 Ju 
William Theodore, b. 7 / 



, of- Elizabeth Black 
of John Roberto 
of Edenmouth, 



, Esq., M.A., 
1830. 



m H rt.,n. 

of Wellow 

17 Dec, 



^Annie Elizabeth, dau. of late William Thomas, b. 

Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie, 1838, m. 1866, Eliza- 

of Huntroyde, co. Lane, m. beth,dau,of J.Water- 

19 Aug., 1858, d. 24 Jany., house, Esq. 

1869. Fanny Laura. 

Anne Frances. 



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LJORTON, JOSHUA THOMAS, of How- 
royde, Yorkshire, J.P., d.l , West 
Riding, Yorks ; late capt. 2nd \V. York 
yeomanry cavalry ; 23RD in descent from 
Edward I.; born 10 May, 1836; married 18 
Nov., 1857, Elizabeth Blackie, daughter of 
John Roberton, Esq., of Edenmouth, Kelso, 
and has had at least 4 sons and 2 daughters, 

[1] Joshua Thomas, born 12 June, 1S60. 

|2] '[,>hn, born 15 Feb., 1S65; died 25 Dec, 1870. 

[3] William Theodore, born 7 Aug., 1874. 

[4] George Herbert, born 14 Sept., 1877. 

15] Harriet, born 24 Oct., 1858. 

[6] Margaret Elizabeth Jane, died 3 Dec, 1S70. 




The Descent of 

Joshua Thomas Horton, Esq., 

of Howroyde, Yorkshire, 

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 of 
Wales, i 283, claimed and exercised feudal superi- 
ority over Scotland ; died at Burgh-on-the- 
Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, buried in 
Westminster Abbey ; by his 1st wife, Eleanor, I 

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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 1st, 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-married, 1296, to Ralph de Monthermer, 
who had summons to Parliament as Earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford, in right of his wife, 
1 299-1 306, and had issue. Joan of Acre had 
by her 1st husband, with other issue, a daughter 

A/TARGARET DE CLARE, 2nd sister and 
1V1 coheir of Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester and Hertford (who fell at Bannock- 
burn, 24 June, 1314, s.p.); she married 1st 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 Parlia- 
ment 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, 

|\/T ARGARET DE AUDLEY, died 7 Sept., 
1349, having married to Ralph de Staf- 
ford, 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 
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of Stafford, 5 March, 135 1, to hold to him and 
his heirs ; served in the wars in Scotland and in 
Brittany ; taken prisoner at the siege of Nantes ; 
seneschal of Aquitaine, 20 Edward III.; had a 
principal command at the battle of Cressy ; one 
of the founders of the Order of the Garter ; lieu- 
tenant and captain-general of the duchy of Aqui- 
taine; he died 31 Aug., 1372, having had, with 
other issue, a daughter, 

DEATRIX STAFFORD, married 1st to 
Maurice Oge, 2nd Earl of Desmond, and 
had a daughter; she re-married 1368, to 
Thomas, 5th Lord Roos, of Hamlake, who had 
summons to Parliament 24 Aug., 1362, to 3 
March, 1384, in which year he died, leaving, 
with other issue, a son, 

WTILLIAM DE ROOS, 7th Baron, KG. 
(on the death of his brother John at 
Paphos, in the Isle of Cyprus, in 1393); had 
summons to Parliament 20 Nov., 1394, to 24 
Dec, 1413; Lord Treasurer of England, 1404; 
he married Margaret, younger daughter of Sir 
John de Arundel, Knight, Marshal of England ; 
he died Sept., 1414, having had, with other 
issue, a daughter, 

TV/TARGARET DE ROOS, married as 1st 
wife to James Touchet, Lord Audley, 
who had summons to Parliament as " Jacobo de 
Audley," from 26 Feb., 142 1, to 26 May, 1455; 
served in the French wars, at the siege of 
Molyn, on the Seine ; lord almoner at the coro- 
nation of the King and Queen ; at the siege of 
Meaux, 9 Henry V. ; in 8 Henry VI. he had a 
chief command of some forces in the war with 
France ; he encountered the forces under 
Richard Nevil, Earl of Salisbury, at Blore 
Heath, with about 10,000 men, and was there 
slain, 1458, leaving by his 1st wife a son, 

JOHN, LORD AUDLEY; had sum mons to 
Parliament 26 May, 1461, to 9 Dec, 1483 . 
had a grant of the stewardship of all the King's 
manors and lands lying in the county of Dorset, 
and warden of his forests, chaces, and parks 
in that county, and of the castle of Wardour, 
&C. ; a commander of the forces in Brittany, 15 
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Edward IV., and an ambassador to treat for 
peace; he attended among the barons at the 
coronation of Richard III. ; married Anne, 
daughter of Sir Thomas Itchingham, and died 
26 Sept. (or Dec), 1491, having had, with 3 
daughters, a son, 

JAMES, LORD AUDLEY, Knight of the 
Bath at the creation of Edward, Prince of 
Wales; had summons to Parliament 12 Aug., 
i49 2 > to 16 Jan., 1497 ; at the siege of 
Boulogne ; he joined the Cornishmen in their 
insurrection, and was taken prisoner at the 
battle of Blackheath, 24 June, 1497 ; he was 
drawn from Newgate to Tower Hill in his own 
coat-of-arms, painted on paper, but reversed 
and torn, and there beheaded, 4 days after ; 
buried in the Blackfriars, near Ludgate ; 
attainted and forfeited ; he married 1st, 
Joan, daughter of Fulke Bourchier, Lord 
FitzWarren ; he married 2iidly, Margaret, 
daughter of Richard Dayrell, of Lillingston 
Dayrell, Bucks ; his son, 

JOHN, LORD AUDLEY, was restored to 
his father's honours in 4 Henry VIII., 
15T2; had summons to Parliament 23 Nov., 
1514, to 21 Oct., 1556, in 5 Henry VIII. ; he 
was at the taking of Therouenne ; had restitu- 
tion of his father's lands 25 Henry VIII. ; he 
married Mary, daughter of John Griffin, of 
Braybrooke, Northants, and had a son, 

QEORGE, LORD AUDLEY; had summons 
to Parliament, and took his seat 20 Jan., 
1558 ; married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Bryan 
Tuke, Knt. ; treasurer of the chamber to 
Henry VIII. ; he died 1560, leaving 2 sons, of 
whom the elder, 

J.JENRY, LORD AUDLEY, never sat in 
Parliament; was made a Knight Banneret, 
7 Oct., 15S6, for his distinguished services, at 
the fight before Zutphen, 22 Sept.; he died 
, 1595 ; married Elizabeth, daughter 
of Sir William Sneyd, of Bradwell, Staff. ; she 
was buried at Thelwall, 4 Jan., 1610, having 
had, with 2 sons, 2 daughters, of whom the 
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ANNE TOUCHET, married to Thomas 
Brooke, of Norton, Cheshire, sheriff 1578, 
1592, and had, with other issue, a daughter, 

/CHRISTIAN BROOKE, married to Richard 
^ Starkey, Esq., of Stretton, Cheshire ; he 
was 12 years of age in 15S0, and had, with a son 
an only daughter, 

Anne, married to Ralph Gregge, of Bradley, 
Cheshire, and had, with other issue, a son, 

CDWARD GREGGE, of Hapsford, examiner 
in the Court of Exchequer, Chester; 
buried in St. Michael's, Chester, 13 Nov., 1665; 
he married , Elizabeth, daughter of 

Christopher, Lightfoot, of Barrow ; she died 3 
May, 1659, having had, with other issue, a son, 

D OBERT GREGGE ; died in the life-time of 
^ his father, Feb., 1661-2 ; buried in St. 
Michael's, Chester, with his wife, Elizabeth, who 
was buried there iS Oct., 1658 ; had a son, 

n OBERT GREGGE, barrister-at-law ; exa- 
miner in the Court of Exchequer, Chester ; 
buried, in St. Michael's, 19 June, 1673; married 
, Jane, daughter of Holt, of 

Bridge Hall, in Bury, co. Lane; buried 17 
Jul)', 1 6S9, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters (<?). 

[la] Edward Gregge, buried at St. Michael's, Chester, 
16S9, his wife, Abigail, buried with her husband, 27 
Feb. 1716 ; had a son and 2 daughters. 

(la) Peter (Gregge), only son and heir apparent ; bap- 
tized April, 10S7, and buried iS Dec., 1694. 

(2) Jane (Gregge), buried at St. Michael's, Chester, 22 
Nov., 1720 ; married there 22 April, 1707, to Roger 
Barnston, of Churton, and had issue (see page 776). 

(3) Mary, married to Francis Jodrell, Esq., of Yeards- 
ley, Cheshire, and died s.p. 

[2<r] Joseph (Gregge), admitted to Gray's Inn 7 July, 
1674, and then called son and heir ; baptized 16 June, 
1657 ; married , Mary, daughter and heir of 

Henry Wrigley, Esq., of Chamber Hall, near Oldham, 
and had a son, 

Benjamin Gregge, of Chamber Hall, Lancashire ; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 28 Nov., 1699 ; married Eliza- 
beth Gill, of Carr House, Yorkshire, and had with 
other issue a son. 

Edward Gkegge-Hopwood, of Hopwood Hall, co. 
Lane. ; assumed the additional surname of Hopwood ; 
married Judith, daughter of John Sunderland, Esq., 
of Whittington Hall, co. Lane, and had with 3 
daughters an only son. 

Robert Gregge- Hopwood, of Hopwood Hall, 
Lane, J.P-, D.L ; high sheriff 1802; born 30 Nov., 
1773; died 19 July, 1S54 ; married 31 Dec, 1805; 
Hon. Cecilia Byng, daughter of John, 5th Viscount 



Torrington ; she died July, 1843, leaving 2 sons and 
2 daughters (*). 

(1/0 Edward John Grepge-Hopwood, Hopwood Hall, 
co. Lane, J. P., D.L; capt. in the army ; 22ND in 
descent from Edward Lj born 27 April, 1810; 
married 20, April, 1840, Susan Fanny, daughter of 
John Baslervyle Glegg, Esq., of Old Wilthington and 
Ga) ton, Cheshire, and has a son and 4 daughters 
[1] Edward Robert (Gregge-IIopwood), born 6 Feb., 
1846 ; married 23 June, 1875, Mary Brenda Made- 
leine, youngest daughter of George Beauchamp Cole, 
Esq., of Heatham House, Twickenham. 
[2] Cecilia, married 20 April 1S64, to Shallcross 
Fitzherbert Widdrington, Esq., of Newton Hall, 
Northumberland, J.P. ; high sheriff 1874; major 
Northumberland militia, and has 2 sons and 2 
daughters. 

Gerard (Widdrington), born , 1S71. 

Bertram FitzHerbert, born , 1873. 

Frances Dorothea. Idonea. 

[3] Lucy, died 14 Oct., 1SS2; married 14 Jan., 
1S74, to Henry Crossley, Esq. (see Foster's Baronet- 
age), and had a son and daughter. 

Gilbert St. Andrew (Crossley), born 30 Nov., 
1S76; died 7 Oct., 1SS2. Mabel. 

[4] Mary Rose, married 7 May, 1S67, to James 
Pender, Esq., formerly 25th regiment. 
[5] Evelyn, married 20 April, 1S69, to Richard Tohn 
Lloyd Price, Esq., of Rhiwlas, and has at least 

Robert Kenrick. 
(2/<) Frank George (Hopwood), M.A., Christ Church, 
Oxon, 1S40; rector of Winwick since 1855; hon. 
canon Chester Cathedral 1S66; perp. curate Knowsley, 
co. Lane. 1S40-55 ; born 2 Aug., 1810; married 11 June, 
1S35, Lady Ellinor Mary- Stanley, daughter of Edward, 
13th Earl of Derby, K.G., (see page 625), and has 3 sons 
an 1 2 daughters. 

( ) Frank Edward (Hopwood), M. A., Christ Church, 
Oxon, 1S68 ; rector of Badsworth, Yorks, since 
1879; born 19 April, 1843. 

(2) Arthur Robert, born 19 March, 1S45. 

(3) Charles Augustus, born 27 Dec, 1847. 

(4) Susan. 

(5) Cecilia Catherine, married 4 May, 1871, to 
Ven. John Lionel Darby, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1865 ; Archdeacon of Chester since 1877 ; hon. 
canon Chester Cathedral, 1S73 ; rector of St. Bridget 
with St. Martin's, Chester, since 1S75. 

[3/J Hervey (Hopwood), lieut.-col. grenadier guards; 
born 9 Aug., 1S11; married 8 July, 1S52, Lucy, 
daughter of Edmond YVodehouse, Esq., M.P., of 
Sennow Lodge, Norfolk (see Foster's Peerage, E. 
Kimberley). 

[4/J Mary Augusta (Hopwood), married iS [line, 1S34, 
to Charles William, 3rd Earl of Sefton, M.P. South 
Lancashire 1832-5, lord-lieut. Lancashire (see Foster's 
Peerage) ; he died 2 August, 1855, having had 4 sons 
and a daughter (c). 

(U-4C) Sir William Philip Molyneux, 4th Earl of 
Sefton ; capt. late grenadier guards ; grand cross of 
the Tower and Sword of Portugal ; lord-lieut. Lan- 
cashire since 1858; born 14 Oct., 1S35 ; married iS 
July, 1S66, Hon. Cecil Emily Hylton-Jolliffe, 5th 
daughter of Sir William George, 1st Baron Hylton, 
and has 3 sons and 2 daughters. 
[1] Charles William Hylton, Viscount Moly- 
neux, born 25 June, 1S67. 
[2] Hon. Osbert Cecil, born 20 Feb., 1S71. 
[3] Hon. Richard Frederick, born 24 March, 1S73. 
[4] Lady Gertrude Eleanor. 
[5] Lady Rose Mary. 
{f&i.je) Hon. Caryl Craven, lieut.-col. late 10th 
hussars, born 4 Oct., 1836 ; married 21 April, 1870, 



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Hon. Caroline Elizabeth Lawley, eldest daughter of 
Sir Beilby Richard, 2nd Baron Wenlock, and has a 
son, 

Caryl Richard, born 10 Feb., 1871. 
(36-4C) Hon. Henry Hervey, com. R.N., born iS 
April, 1842; married 23 Oct., 1873, Alice Cathe- 
rine, daughter of late Humphrey St. John Mildmay, 
Esq., (see Foster's Baronetage). 
(4/>4c) Hon. Roger Gordon, lieut. Duke of Lan- 
caster's Own yeomanry cavalry 1S81 ; lieut. late 1st 
dragoons ; born 4 Jan., 1849 

(bb-4c) Lady Cecilia Maria Charlotte, hon. lady in 
waiting to H.R.H. the Duchess of Connaught and 
Strathern 1883 ; married 12 July, 1S69, to Hugh 
Richard, 8th Viscount Downe ; major 2nd life 
guards; A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught 
in India 18S4 ; served in Zulu war 1879, ancl nas 2 
sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Hon. John (Dawnay), born 23 May, 1872. 

[2] Hon. Hugh, born 19 Sept., 1S75. 

[3] Hon. Beryl. [4] Hon. Norah. [5] Hon. Faith. 
[3,;] Mary Gregge, of whom piesently. 
[la] Elizabeth (Gregge), baptized 20 May, 1656; 
buried 20 July, 1657. 

A/f ARY GREGGE (elder daughter of Robert 
Gregge aforesaid), born 9 June, 165S; 
died 27 Dec., 1708; married 27 Feb., 1678, to 
Joshua Horton, of Chadderton, co. Lane, by 
purchase (son of Joshua Horton, of Sowerby, 
Yorks, J. P., see Foster's Yorkshire Collection); 
he died 15 Dec, 1708, having had, with other 
issue, 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Thomas (Horton), of whom presently. 

[2] James, receiver general or treasurer in the Isle of 

Man ; baptized iS April, 1695 ; died unmarried 14 Dec, 

•734- 

[3J Sarah, baptized 6 Jan., 16S7 ; married , 

to Thomas Williamson, of Liverpool, merchant. 

[4] Elizabeth, baptized 2S May, 1689 ; married , 

to William Williamson, of Liverpool, merchant. 

[5] Martha, born 30 Nov., 1697 ; married , to 

Richard Clayton, of Adlington, co. Lane 

[6] Jane, married at St. Michael's Church, Liverpool, 10 

Tune, 1713, to John Parr, of Liverpool, merchant. 

"THOMAS HORTON, of Chadderton, co. 
Lane, J. P. ; governor of the Isle of Man 
for the Earl of Derby; born at Chester 
4 May, 16S5 ; died at Manchester 18 March, 
1757; married Anne, daughter and co-heir of 
Richard Mostyn, of London, merchant ; died at 
Chadderton, co. Lane, 17 June, 1725, aged 39, 
having had (with other issue, all died unmarried) 
2 sons and a daughter (c). 

[If] Sir Willliam (Horton), of Chadderton, co. Lane, 
J. P., D.L., and high sheriff ; Baronet, so created 14 Jan., 
1764; died 25 Feb., 1774; married at Tankersley, 23 
Aug., 1751, Susannah, only daughter and heir of Francis 
Watts, of Barns Hall, Yorks; she died ig May, 177S 
leaving 3 sons (rf). 

(U-ic) Sir Watts Horton, 2nd Bart., born 17 Nov., 
1753; died 15 Nov., 1S11; married 3 June, 177S 
Harriet, daughter of James, Lord Stanley, eldest son ci 

[6 



Edward, nth Earl of Derby; she died 15 Oct., 
1830, having had an only child, 

Harriet Susannah Anne (Horton), only 
daughter and sole heir, born 4 Jan., 1790; died at 
Bath 29 Dec, 1827 ; married at Bath 22 July, 
1813-14, to Charles Rees, major 53rd foot (younger 
brother of John Rees, Esq., of Killymaenllyd) ; he 
died 6 Aug., 1S52, having had a son and 2 daughter*. 
[1] Charles Horton Rhys, of Chadderton Hall, co. 
Lanes. (? Morton Price of the stage) ; married Agnes 
Cuthbert, daughter of Brig.-general Cureton, C.B., 
A.D.C. to the Queen; she died a widow 7 Feb., 
1884, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) C. Cureton (Rhys). 

(2) 

(3) daughter, married to Armitage. 

[2) Harriet, died unmarried. 

[3] Caroline (Rees), married to Fitzmaurice 

Parry Okeden (son of David Okeden Parry Okeden, 
Esq., of More Critchill and Turnworth, Dorset ; he 
died 1869, leaving a son and daughter. 

(1) Algernon Fitzmaurice. 

(2) Grace Harriett, married Dec, 1S80 to 
Ernest King, Esq., of Wimbleton. 

(2d-/c) Sir Thomas Horton, 3rd Bart., vicar of Eads 
worth; born 21 July, 1758; died 2 Mar., 1S21 ; married 
28 July, 1778-9, Elizabeth, daughter of James, Lord 
Stanley (see page 621); she died 3-13 April, 1796, 
leaving an only daughter, 

Charlotte (Horton), only daughter and sole heir ; 
born 21 Oct., 17S4 ; died at Lyons 25 Dec , 1842 ; 
married , 1805, to George Pollard, Esq., of 

Stannary Hall, \ orks ; J. P., D.L., West Riding, 
lieut.-col. command. West Riding yeom. cavalry ; 
he died 26 May, 1866, aged S4, having had a son 
and 3 daughters. 

[1] George Thomas (Pollard), of Hundhill, Yoiks, 
born I Aug., 1809 ; died 3 Dec, 1S76, and having 
married 31 Aug , 1835, Clara, eldest daughter of 
James Royds, Esq., of Woodlands, Cheshire, and 
had 3 daughters. 

(1) Clara Louisa Elizabeth (Pollard), married 5 
Aug., 1873. as 2nd wife, to Rev. Wm. Bishop de 
Moleyns, M.A., Prebendary of We Is and Vicar of 
Burrington (see page 662). 

(2) Jul, a France.-. (Pollaru), married 30 Jan , 1S66, 
to Joseph Armitage-Armitage, Esq., J. P., of 
Milnsbridge House, Yorks, and has a son and 
daughter. 

George Pollard (Armitage), born 21 April, 1S67. 
Julia Ethel. 

(3) Georgina (Pollard), married 17 April, 1S66, 
to T. Maitland Reid, capt. R. Monmouthshire 
Engineers (son of John Reid, of Alloa, N.B.,and 
governor Bjnk of England, Manchester), and 
h.td a son and 2 daughters. 

George Maitland (Reid), born 19 July, 1S67 ; 
Chr.i Adelaide, Featrice Maitland. 
[2] Elizabeth (Pollard). 

[3] Henrietta (Pollard), married 30 Oct., 1830, to 
Robert Bell, Esq., of Sculcoates, Hull. 
[4] Fanny (Pollard), died unmarried 14 Feb , 1832. 
(Zd-ic) William (Horton), lieut.-col. 2nd Lane, militia, 
born 21 Oct., 1767 ; died 15 April, 1S16. 
[2c] Joshua (Horton), of whom presently. 
[3c] Susanna, died 16 March, 1797; married 24 March, 
1742, to George Lloyd, Esq., of Hulme, co. Lane, and 
had issue (see page 654). 

JOSHUA HORTON, of Howroyde, Yorks, 
born 12 May, baptized 1 June, 1720; died 
29 Jan., 1793; he married 1st, Anne, daughter 
4] 



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Sydney George Horton, 



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Lieut., R.A.y 



33Ioorj ftaoal 



Edward I., crowned i9=pEleanor (is 

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 1 272,=f=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305, 2nd wife. Gloucester, &c, d. 7 Dec, 
I 1295- 



Margaret de Cla 
to Sir Piers Gav< 
of Cornwall. 



a. ist=f Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
, Earl I band), cr. Earl of Glouces 
I ter, d. 1347- 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=j=Ralph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept., 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug., 



Aug., 1372. 



Beatrix Stafk'id^Th'Hiias, 51I1 Lord Roos of 
I Hamlake (2nd husband). 



William de Roos, 7th Baron, =f=Margery, yr. dau. of Sir 
K.G., Lord Treasurer of Tohn de Arundel, Knt., 
England, 1404. | Marshal of England. 

Margaret de Roos (1st \vife)=j=James Touchet, Lord Aud- 
rey, lord almoner, slain at 
Blore Heath, 145S. 



John, Lord Audley, had=f=Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas 
summons to Parliament 146 1- Itchingham. 



83, d. 26 Sept., 1491 



Joan (1st wife> 
dau. of Fulke 
Bourchier, Lord 
FitzWarren. 



James, Lord Audley, =Margaret (2nd 
Knt., beheaded 28 wife) dau. of 
June, 1497, attaint- Richard Dayrell. 
ed and forfeited. of Lillingston. 



John, Lord Audley, restored=j=Mary, dau. of John Griffin, 
in blood and honour 1512, of Braybrooke, Norlhants. 
and to hisfather's lands 1533. 



Con 






of CnglanU. 



Continued from lelow. 
John, Lord Audley=j=Mary Griffin 



George, Lord Audley, took=j=Elizabeth,dau. of Sir Bryan 
his seat in the House of I Tuke, Knt., treasurer of 
Lords 20 Jan., 1558, d. 1560. | the Chamber, Henry VIII. 



Henry, Lord Audley, Knight 
Banneret, never sat in Parlia- 
ment, d. 1595. 



Fli/.'.Vlh, dau. of Sir 
William Sneyd, of Brad- 
wall, Staffordshire, buried 
at Thelwall, 4 Jan., 1610. 



Anne Touchet=pThomas Brooke, of Nor- 
ton, Cheshire, Sheriff 157S, 
1592. 



Christian Brooke=j=Richard Starkey, Esq., of 
I Stretton, Cheshire, b. 156S. 



Edward Greg§e,of Hapsford,=pElizabeth, dau. of Chr. 
buried in St. Michael's, I Lightfoot, of Barrow, d. 
Chester, 13 Nov. 1665. 



3 May, 1659. 



Robert Gregge, d. Feb.,=rElizabeth, buried in St. 
1661-2. I Michael's, 18 Oct. 165S. 



Robert Gregge, buried at St.T=Jane, dau. of Holt 

Michael's, Chester, 19 June, of Bridge Hall, co. Lane. 
1673. buried 17 July, 1689. 



Mary Gregge, b. 
1658, m. 27 Feb., 
27 Dec, 1 70S. 



Thomas Horton, of Chad- 
derton, co. Lane, governor 
of the Isle of Man, d. iS 
March, 1757. 



Sir William Horton 
of Chadderton, Bart, 
so created, 1764, d 
25 Feb., 1774. 



Susanna, onlydau. and 2. Joshua 

ii-ir ...f r'l.irr.i^Watls, H..vvo,yu. 

I-:-.|., of Barn Hall, 12 May, 

Yorks, m. 23 Aug., J 
i75i,d. 19 May, 1778. 



793- 



Mary Bethia (2nd 
wife), dau. of Rev. J. 
Woolen, A.M., rector 
of Emley, Yorks,&c, 
d. 8 Feb., 1806. 



=Joshua Horton, of Chadder- 
ton, co. Lane, d. 15 Dec. 
1 70S. 

Anne, dau. and co-heir of 
Richard Mostyn, of Lon- 
don, merchant, d. 1 7 June, 
1725, aged 39. 

Mar. li,— George Lloyd, of 



Thomas Horton, -r-Lady Mary Gordon, Joshua Sydn 



of George, ton, admrl., 

3rd Earl of Aberdeen, 7 March, 1768, d. 

m. 12 March, 1789, d. Nov. 1835. 
A7 Aug., 1852. 



Henry 
' Head- 



Mary's, Rochdale 
b. 5 May, 1769^. 
13 Aug., 1817 , 



Elizabeth, eld. dau. Other 

of John Lyon, M.D. issue, se. 

m. 7 Nov., 1793, d. page 636 
' ' 835. 



24 Ue': 



daTo'fjj 

of 1 aliie; 1 
d. I8 S3 . 



William Horton, rear- 
adml. R.N., C.B., b. 22 

Aug., 1820, d. 22 Man h, 
1883. 



Mary (2nd 

widow of Capt. 
Acton Broke, 



Mary Emily, b. 
4 Feb., 1." " 
m. 1. J 

1S54. 



y, b.=FRev. Herbert Jam 

iS,S, I M.A., rector of c',! 
July, and Little Liv 






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of George Clarke, governor of New York ; she 
died s.p. 25 May, 1764; he married, 2nd, Mary 
Bethia, daughter of Rev. John Woolen, A.M., 
rector of Emley, Yorks, 1742-72, and vicar of 
Blackburn, co. Lane; she died 8 Feb., 1806, 
having had 4 sons and 4 daughters {?). 



[le] Thomas, of whom (see page 63S). 
[2e] Joshua Sydney (Horton), admiral R.N., born 7 
March, 176S ; died 24 Nov., 1835 ; married 
Grace, widow of Henry Whorwood, of Headington 
House, Oxon, daughter of James Treacher, Esq.; she 
died S Nov., 1S45, having had 2 sons andadaughter (/). 
{l/2e) Sydney Lloyd (Horton), lieut. 14th dragoons; 
born 3 Feb., 18 16 ; died unmarried at Bombay 
1844- 

(2/-2e) William (Horton), rear-admiral R.N., C.B., 
served at St. Jean d'Acre 1840, in Black Sea and Azoff 
expedition 1855, knight legion of honour, 5th class 
medjidie ; J. P. Suffolk; born 22 Aug., 1820; died 
22 March, 1S83; married 1st, iS Feb., 1S46, Agnes 
Jane, daughter of lacob Jeddere Fisher, Esq., of Ealing 
Park, Middx.; she died 25 July, 1853, leaving a 
daughter. 

[1] Agnes Mary (Horton), married 22 Feb., 1876, 
to Arthur Cragie Ohphant, of Condie, N.B., and 
has 3 sons, 

Arthur (Oliphant), born 8 Nov., 1876. 
Laurence Richard, born 16 Dec, 1877. 
Launcelot, born 8 Oct., 1881. 
AdL Horton married, 2ndly, 8 Dec, 1859, Anna 
Maria, widow of Capt. Charles Acton Broe, R.E. 
(see Foster's Baronetage), daughter of John Hamilton, 
Esq., of Sundrum, co. Ayr, and had a son. 
[2] Sydney George (Horton), lieut. R.A., born 25 
Feb., 1S62. 
(36-2e) Mary Emily, born 4 Feb., 1S1S; married 11 
July, 1854, to Rev. Herbert James, M.A. King's 
Coll., Camb., 1849, some time fellow ; rector of Great 
and Little Livermere since 1S65, and has 3 sons and a 
daughter, 

Sydney Rhodes (Tames), bom 30 May, 1S55. 
Herbert Ellison Rhodes, born 20 Oct., 1S57, 
Montague Rhodes, born I Aug., 1862. 
Grace Caroline Rhodes. 
[Se] William (Horton), incumbent of St. Mary's, Rochdale ; 
J. P. and D.L. cos. Lane, and Yorks, West Riding ; born 5 
May, 1769 ; died 13 Aug., 1S17 ; married 7 Nov., 1793, 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John Lyon, M.D., of 
Liverpool ; she died 24 Oct., 1835, having had (with 
numerous children who died young) a son and 3 
daughters (?). 

(lj-jc') Richard George (Horton), of Leeds, 5th son, 

born 8 March, 1806; died 12 May, 1S75; married 

1st, at Leeds, 3 April, 182S, Emily, 2nd daughter of 

Robert Boulton, Esq., of Great Driffield, Yorks ; she 

died 4 Sept., 1855 ; he married 2ndly, Oct., 1S57, 

Elizabeth, 4th daughter of late John Fawsett, M.D., 

of Homcastle ; by his 1st wife he had a son and 3 

daughters. 

[1] Richard George (Horton), of Darley, M.D., born 

14 April, 1829 ; died 25 Jan., 1S61 ; married Mary 

Hargreave, youngest daughter of Edward Taylor, 

Esq., and had 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) William (Horton), born 14 April, 1853 '< died 

2 March, 1869. 

(2) Edward Sydney, born 18 June, 1S56 ; married 

3 June, 1SS1, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Hall, of Manchester. 

(3) Mary, married 30 Oct., 1S83, to Frederick 
Brewster, of Middlesbrough, solicitor. 



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(4) Emily. 

(5) Edith. 

[2] Emily, died 14 Aug., 1879. 
[3] Margaret Frances, died 14 Jan., 1879. 
[4] Ellen, married 6 May, 1862, to Rev. Adam 
Clarke Sm'th, M.A., Worcester College, Oxon, 
Vicar of St. John, Crowborough, Sussex, 1879-S4 ; 
of St John, Middlesbrough, Yorks, 1859-78. 
(2g-je) Mary Anne, born 23 June, 1797 ; married 
to Robert Sutcliffe, of Rochdale, surgeon. 
(3i>-j(") Charlotte, born 15 Nov. 1802; died 11 Nov., 
1 871; married 12 May, 1830, to Stephen Davey, 
Esq., of Redruth and Bochym, Cornwall, J. P., D.L. ; 
he died 16 Nov., 1864, having had 2 sons and 2 
daughters (*). 

[lA-jj*] William Horton (Davey), of Redruth, J. P, 
M.A. Brasenose Coll., Oxon, born 15 Oct., 1S35 ; 
died unmarried, 13 April, 1871. 
[2/2.J0] Joshua Sydney (Davey), of Bochym and 
Redruth, J. P., born 28 April, 1S42 ; married 2 
Aug., 187 1, Julia, daughter of late William Watt, 
Esq., of Ticton Grange, Yorks, and has 2 daughters. 
Aim.ee Sydney Horton (Davey). 
Alice Millicent. 
[3] Elizabeth Maria, died 24 May, 1884 ; married 24 
Feb., 1852, to John Michael Williams, Esq., of Caer- 
hays Castle, and of Burncoose, Cornwall, and Gnaton 
Hall, Devon, D.L. ; high sheriff 1865 ; special deputy 
warden of the Stannaries; a partner in Williams, 
Foster & Co. (elder son of Michael Williams, of 
Scorrier House, see Foster's Baronetage) ; he died 
16 Feb., 1SS0, having had 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Michael (Williams), of Gnaton Hall, Devon; 
J. P., M.A., Trin. Hall., Camb. from Eton, 
born 2 June, 1S57 ; married 2 March, 1882, 
Dorothea Mary, 2nd daughter of E. S. Carus- 
Wilson, Esq., of Penmount, Truro. 

(2) John, died young. 

(3) John Charles, born 30 Sept., 1S61 ; married 
15 Oct., 1S84, Mary Christian, daughter of Sir 
Frederick Martin Williams, 2nd Bart. 

(4) Elizabeth, married 12 Dec, 1872, to John 
Borlase Bolitho, Esq., lieut. Royal miners art. 
mil. ; he died 20 Aug., 1S76, having had 2 sons. 

John Williams Horton (Bolitho), born 25 Sept., 
1873. Thomas Robins Evelyn, born 2 Sept. 
1S75. 

(5) Charlotte, married 17 Nov., 1SS1, to Edward 
Powys, 2nd son of late Rev. John Rogers, of Stanage 
Park, co. Hereford, and has a son and daughter. 

Charles Michael (Rogers), born 1 March, 1SS4. 
Charlotte Harr ett. 

(6) Clara, died 3 Oct., 18S4, married 7 Aug., 
1884, to Rev. Walter Raleigh Gilbert, Chaplain 
R.N. 

(7) Florence. 

[4/5-jg] Charlotte Mary Horton (Davey), married 29 
March, 1859, to George Williams, Esq., J. P.. D.L., 
of Scorrier House and Lanarth, high sheriff Corn- 
wall 1875 (youngest brother of John Michael Williams 
aforesaid), and has had 3 sons and a daughter. 

(1) John (Williams), born 7 Sept., 1S61. 

(2) George, died young. 

(3) Percival Dacres, born 22 April, 1S65. 

(4) Mabel Claudia Susan. 

(ig-3e) Elizabeth Maria (Horton), born 8 July, 1807; 

died s.p. 6 May, 1869; married to William 

Lloyd, M.D. 
[ie] Richard Henry (Horton), major 84th regt. ; born 6 
May, 1777; died 20 April, 1S13; married 12 Jan., 1808, 
and had a daughter Frances, who died unmarried. 
[5c] Anna Maria, born 22 Oct., 1770; died unmarried 19 
July, 1S31. 
[6e] Jane, born 22 Feb., 1773; died II Aug., 1829. 



^ The * Descent * of •<* 93 

Elizabeth, Widow of John Borlase Bolitho, Esq., 



JJIoon Sternal 



Edward I., crowned i9=j=Eleanor (1st wife) dau. of 
Aug., 1274, b. I7june, 1239, | Ferdinand III., Kins,' of 
d. 7 July, 1307. I Castile, d. 27 Nov., 1290. 

Joan of Acre, b. there i272,=FCilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d. 10 May, 1305, 2nd wife. Gloucester, &e, d. 7 Dec, 
1295. 




Margaret de Clai 
to Sir Piers Gave 
of Cornwall. 



= IIugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
band), cr. Earl of Glouces 
ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. H=Ralph de Stafford, K.G. 
Sept., 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 3] 

I Aug., 1372. 



Stafford=F Thomas, 5th Lord Roos of 
I Hamlake (2nd husband). 



William de Roos, 7th Baron, =j=Margery, yr. dau. of Sit 
K.G., Lord Treasurer of John de Arundel, Knt. 
England, 1404. Marshal of England. 



Margaret de Roos (1st wife)=j=James Touchet, Lord Aud- 
lev, lord almoner, slain at 
Lilure Heath, 145S. 



John, Lord Audley, had : 
summons to Parliament 1461- 
83, d. 26 Sept., 1491. 



Joan (1st wife) 1 
dau. of Fulke 
Bourchier, Lord 
FitzWarren. 



James Lor.l Audley, = Margaret (2nd 
Knt., beheaded 28 wife) dau. of 
June, 1497, attaint- Richard Dayrell, 
ed and forfeited. of Lillingston. 



John, Lord Audley, restored=j=Mary, dau. of John Griffin, 
in blood and honour 1512, of Braybrooke, Nonhants. 
and to hisfather's lands 1533. 



of (Sitfllanb. 



yjM 



George, Lord Audley, took=f Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Bryan 
his seat in the House of I Tuke, Knt., treasurer of 
Lords 20 Jan. ,155s, d. 1560. | the Chamber, Henry VIII. 

Henry, Lord Audley, Knight=f Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 



ineret,nev 
1595- 



Anne Touchet ; 



William Sneyd, of 
wall, Staffordshire, buried 
at Thclwall, 4 Jan., 1610. 

-Thomas Brooke, of Nor- 
ton, Cheshire, Sheriff 157S, 
1592. 



Brooke=f Richard Starker, Esq., ot 
Stretton, Cheshire, b. 1 56S. 



EdwardGi c g.e,..|'ll;,psf,,id,=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Chr 
buried in St. Michael's, I Lightfoot, of Barrow, d 
Chester, 13 Nov. 1665. | 3 May, 1659. 



Feb.,=rEIizabeth, buried in St. 
I Michael's, iS Oct. 165S. 



Robert < Iregge, buried at St. 
Michael's, Chester, 19 June, 
1673- 



Jane, dau. of ■ Holt, 

<.f Biidge Hall, co. Lane, 
buried 17 July, 16S9. 



Mary Gregge, b. 9 June,=j=Joshua Horton, of Chadder- 
165S, m. 27 Feb., 167S, d. I ton, co. Lane, d. is Dec, 



27 Dec, 1 70S. 



1708. 



Thomas Horton, of Chad =j=Anne, dau. and co-heir of 
derton, co. Lane, governor I Richard Mostyn, of Lon- 
of the Isle of Man, d. iS don, merchant, d. 17 June, 
March, 1757. | 1725, aged 39. 



Sir William Hort'.m,-.-Siwii,n.-i '->n'y <Jau.a;)d 2. Joshua Horl 

of Chadderton, Bart., I heir of Francis Watts, Howroyde, Yoi 

<io created 1764, d. Esq.. of Barn Hall, 12 May, 1720, 

25 Feb. 1774. [ Yorks, m. 23 Aug. Jan., 1793. 

,|\i75T,d. 19 May, 1778. 



j=Mary Bethia (2nd 
I wife), dau. of Rev. J. 
WoVen, A.M., rector 
of l\m!ey, York>, txc, 
I d. S Feb. 1S06. 



m. 24 March,=j=Ge 

~f 



Thomas Horton, 



Lady Mary Gordon, Joshua Sydney H..i-, Grace, wid. of Henry William Horton, 

ygst. dau. of George, ton, adml. R.N., b. I Whorwood, of Head- incumbt. of St. 

h, 1768, d. 24 ington, Oxon., d. 8 Mary's.Rochdak 

835. I Nov., 1845. b. 5 May, 1769, d. 

A 13 Aug. 1817. 



- F.li/al.eth, eld. dau. Other 

f John Lyon, M.D. issue, 

1. 7 Nov., 1793, d. page t 
4 Oct., 1835. 



= R.-.hert Sutdiffe, Charlotte, b. is N'ov.-TStephen Pavey, of Redr 

of Rochdale, sur- 1802, m. 12 May, and Bochym, Cornw 

geon. 1830, d. 11 Nov., J.P., D.L., d. 16 Nc 

1871. 1864. 



William Horton Joshua Sydney Pa. 

Davey, of Redruth, vey, of Bochym and 

J.P.,M.A.,b. 1835, Redruth, J. P., b. 

died unm. 1871. 28 April, 1842. 



Julia, dau. of late Eli za b e t h=pTohn Michae!\ViIliam*.i:-o.„nf Charlotte Mary Horton, 

William Watt, Esq., Maria, m. 24 i Caerhays Castle, and of Burn- m. 1S59, to George Wil- 

of Tickton Grange, Feb., 1852, coose, Cornwall, and Gnaton liams, Esq. of Scorrier Ho. 

Yorks, m. 2 Aug., d. 24 May, Hall, Pevon, P.L., High and Lanarth. High Sheriff 

1871 1834. I Sheriff, d. 16 Feb., 1880. Cornwall, " 



Pec, Charlotte, m. 



rJ 



,s, of Gnaton, John Charles Williams, Elizabeth, m. 12 Pec, Charlotte, m. 1881, to E. John, bon 

b. 1857, m. 1882, Porothea b. 1861, m. 18S4, Mary 1872, to John Borlase P. Rogers, Esq. Percival, ' 

Marv. 211.I dau. ofE.S.Caius- Chris:,. ,n, dau. ,.f Sir F. B,.!itho, who died 20 Clara, m. to Rev. W. R. Mabel 

Wilson, Esq., of Truro. M. Williams, 2nd Bart. Aug. 1S76. =f Gilbert, and d. 1884. 



D, b. 25 Sept., 1873. 



ho, b. 2 Sept., 1875. 



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94 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[~<] Charlotte, born 26 Feb., 1776; died iS May, 1839; 
married to Rev. William Richardson, of Ferry 

Fryston, Vorks, he diei 26 Feb., 1852, having had 2 
sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) William (Richardson), in holy orders, died un- 
married. 

(2) Joshua Thomas, father of William Edmund. 

(3) Charlotte (Richardson), married 20 Oct., 1834, to 
Rev. Henry Linton, M.A. Magdalen Coll., Oxon, 
1827, sometime fellow ; hon. canon Christ Church, 
Oxon, 1871 ; vicar ot Diddington, Hunts, 1S35-56 ; 
vicar of St. Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford, 1856-77, and had 
6 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Henry, born 11 Jan., 1S38, died unmarried, 24 

Aug., 1866. 

[2] John, born 20 Jan., 1S40, married 

Mary, daughter of Rev. R. Gatty. 

[3] Sydney, bishop of Riverino, N. S. Wales, born 

2 July, 1841 ; married Isabella, daughter 

of Dr. Heurtley. 

[4] Edward Francis, born 16 March, 1848. 

[5] William Richardson, born 2 April, 1S50. 

[6] Arthur, born 4 July, 1S53. 

[7] Charlortte Isabella, married to Rev. 

Allen Smith, canon. 

[8] Jane, married to Rev. W. M. Myres. 

[9] Harriet Louisa, married to Rev. G. 

F. W. Mumby. 

(4) Jane Annabella (Richardson), married 
to Rev. Joseph Bradshaw, 

(5) Elizabeth Mary (Richardson), married 
to John Hill, Esq. 

[8<J Henrietta Horton, born 20 June, 17S3; died un- 
married 25 April, 1 87 1. 



""THOMAS HORTON, of Howroyde, Yorks, 
J.P., D.L. Lancashire; born 26 Aug., 
1766; died 22 Dec, 1829; married 12 March, 
1789, Lady Mary Gordon, youngest daughter of 
George, 3rd Earl of Aberdeen ; she died 7 Aug., 
1S52, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters (2). 

[li] Joshua (Horton), of Howroyde, Yorks, J.P., D.L. ; 
vicar of Ormskirk, co. Lane. ; born 12 Nov., 1790; died 
21 Nov., 1845; married 6 Nov., 1S32, Harriet, eldest 
daughter of Sir Thomas Dalrymple Hesketh, Bart. ; she died 
10 May, 1836, leaving an only son. 

Josb.ua Thomas (Horton), first-named (seepage 

631). 
[2/] George William (Horton), of Embsay Kirk, Yorks, 
colonel in the army; served with 71st light infantry in the 
Peninsula and at Waterloo; born 3 Nov., 1792; died 1 
May, 1S77 ; married 1 Aug. 1826, Frances Esther, 2nd 
daughter of Rev. William Gamier, of Rookesbury, Hants 
(by Lady Harriet North, daughter of the Bishop of Win- 
chester) ; she died March, 1S61, leaving (surviving) 2 
sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) George William (Horton), M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
1856; vicar of Wellow, Somerset, since 1859; born 17 
Dec, 1830; married 19 Aug., 185S, Annie Elizabeth, 
daughter of late Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie, of Hunt- 
royde, co. Lane. ; she died 24 Jan., 1S69, having had 
a son and daughter. 

[1] Le Gendre George (Horton), in holy orders, born 
12 July, 1859. 
[2] Anne Frances. 

(2) William Thomas (Horton), born 9 April, 1838 ; 
married 16 Dec, 1S66, Elizabeth, daughter of late Tohn 
Waterhouse, C.E., of York. 

(3) Lucy (Horton), died 3 Feb., 1SS5. 



T6 



(4) Fanny Laura. 
[Si] Mary (Horton), died 2S Feb., 1S81, aged 91 ; married 
26 June, 1S16, to Francis Beynon Hacket, Esq., of Moor 
Hall, co. Warwick ; he died 14 Oct., 1863, having had 4 
sons and 6 daughters (k). 

(lk-ji) Andrew (Hacket), died , aged 18. 

(2k ji) John George (Hacket), lieut. 91st regt., born 

; died ; married Susan Hussey, 

daughter of Henry Disney Roebuck, Esq., of Ingress 
Abbey, Kent, and had 3 sons and a daughter. 

[1] George Algernon Beynon Disney (Hacket), of 

Moor Hall, co. Warwick, J. P., born 6 June, 1844; 

married 12 Dec, 1S67, Adela, 2nd daughter of 

Charles Rowland Palmer Morewood, Esq., of 

Alfreton Park, co. Derby, and of Ladbroke, co. 

Warwick (see Foster's Peerage, E. Selborne), and 

has 4 sons and a daughter. 
John Lisle (Hacket), born 10 Sept., 1S69; George 
Lisle, born 22 March, 1S72 ; Charles Lisle, born 
21 Oct., 1874 ; Andrew Lisle, born 24 July, 1877 ; 
Adela Mary. 

[2] Charles (Hacket). 

[3] Andrew Henry, died in infancy, 29 March, 184S. 

[4] Constance Helena Mary, married to 

Capt. Richard Young, 2nd son of Alan Young, Esq. , 

of Orlingbury, Northants. 
(3i-ji) Charles (Hacket), died unmarried , 1848. 

(ikji) Frederick, lieut. 59th regt., killed at Canton 
2S Dec, 1S57, aged 29. 

(5k-ji) Frances Man-, died 2S Dec, 1S79; married 18 
April, 1S43, to Childers Henry Thompson, late nth 
light dragoons, and formerly capt. 7th dragoon guards 
(see Foster's Baronetcy), and has had 6 sons and 4 
daughters. 

[1] Frank Childers (Thompson), born 16 Mar., 1847. 

[2] Stephen Henry, lieut. R.N.,born 16 May, 1849 ; 

married , and has issue. 

[3] Leonard Walbanke, born 31 Oct., 1851. 

[4] Gerald Charles, M.A. Keble Coll., Oxon., 

rector of Offord Cluny, Hunts, 1SS1, born 8 Mar., 

I853- 

[5] Charles Edward, born 27 April, 1855. 

[6] Frederick Hacket, born I July, 1858. 

[7] Mary Frances. 

[8] Alice Harriot, married 17 Dec, 1S67, to Rev. 

John Bedford, curate of Scarborough 1S65-72, s.p. 

[9] Emma Mildred, married 17 Dec, 1867, to 

George Hall Ringrose, capt. late 4th dragoon guards. 

[10 Laura Emilia, married 23 Aug., 1S70, to Samuel 

Barrett, capt. late 3rd (K.O.) hussars and 14th 

King's hussars, also Royal South Down militia, and 

has a son and 2 daughters. 

Gerald Edwin Hamilton (Barrett), born iS May, 
1S71. Ethel Maud Hamilton. Ada Violet 
Hamilton, born 22 Oct., 1879. 
(Gi-ji) Katherine Alicia, died s.p. 19 Mar., 187S; 
married to Col. Bertie Edward Murray 

Gordon, 91st Highlanders; he died 27 July, 1870 (see 
Our Noble ana Gentle Families). 

(lk-ji) Elizabeth Anne, married 27 Mar., 1841, to 
Thomas William Lloyd, Esq., of Cowesby Hall, Yorks, 
and had an only daughter, 

Gertrude Elizabeth ; died young (see page 655). 
(8k- s f) Mary. 
(ftJ-jO Charlotte Sarah. 

(10k-ji) Harriet Jane (Hacket), married 20 April, 
1S64, to William Roundell, Esq., of Gledstone, 
Yorks (see Foster's Yorkshire Collection); he died 21 
Sept., 1 88 1, having had at least 3 sons. 

Richard Foulis, twin with Charles Selborne 

(Roundell), born 4 Nov., 1872. 

A son, born and died 21 July, 1S75. 
(4/) Georgiana Henrietta Catherine Anne (Horton), born 
19 and died 30 Oct., 1791. 

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DAYMOND, GEORGE, of Dublin, 
ter-at-law, King's Inns, 1841, i 
descent from Edward III., born 1 
1817; married 20 Oct., 1858, Martha Jane, 
relict of Maurice Collis, Esq., daughter of 
Richard Montgomery, Esq., of Coote Hill. 



barris- 

[7TH IN 

i Sept., 





The Descent of 

George Raymond, of Dublin, 

Barrister-at-Law, 

from the 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, 
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 
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., 
1 356 and brought King John prisoner to Lon 



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don, where he remained nearly five years (for 
further particulars, see Royal Lineage, Foster's 
Peerage). The King died at Sheen, Surrey, 21 
June, 1377, having had issue; their descendant 

'"THOMAS BLENNERHASSETT, of Littur, 
co. Kerry (3rd and youngest son of John 
Blennerhassett, of Ballyseedy, by his wife, 
Martha Lynn, see p. 566), married Ellen, daugh- 
ter of Anthony Stoughton, of Rattoo, co. Kerry, 
clerk of the Court of Castle Chamber (by 
Honora, his wife, daughter of Dermot O'Brien, 
Lord Inchiquin), and had 6 daughters (a), 
[la] Martha (Blennerhassett), married 1st, 1685, to 
Frederick Mullins, Esq., of Yentry, who died 30 Oct., 
1695 (see page 660). She re-married to Henry Parr, of 
Tralee, and had 2 daughters, 

Theodora (Parr). Anne. 

[2a] Honora (Blennerhassett), married to Joseph Morris, 
of Urlee, and left 4 daughters. 

(1) Honora (Morris), married to Valentine Elliott, 
Esq. .and had issue. 

(2) Ellen (Morris), married to Michael Madden, and 
had issue. 

(3 Jane, married to Maron. 

(4) 
[3<z Ellen (Blennerhassett), married to her cousin 
Charles, only son of Capt. Thomas YVren. 
[4 Elizabeth, married to Capt. Arthur O'Lavery, of 
Moira, co. Down, and had 3 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Eugene (O'Lavery), attorney-at-law, died , 
1733 ; married , Elizabeth, 4th daughter 
of Robert Blennerhassett, Esq., and Alice Osborne, 
and had a son and daughter. 

[1] Eugene (O'Lavery), posthumous son. 
[2] Alice, died young. 

(2) Arthur (O'Lavery), died unmarried , 1733. 

(3) Charles. 

(4) Ellen, married 23 June, 1 714, to Samuel 
Raymond, Esq., of Ballyloughrane, and had 4 sons and 
3 daughters (see next page). 

(5) Elizabeth (O'Lavery). (6) Honora. 

(7) Martha, married 1730, to Jemmett, 

brother of Samuel Raymond aforesaid, and had 2 sons 
and 2 daughters, 

[1] Samuel. [2] Arthur. 

[3] Elizabeth, married to Kerry Moore, Esq. 

[4] Mary, married 1st to James Fitzgerald, Esq. ; 

and 2ndly to Maurice O'Connor, Esq. 
fSa] Margaret (Blennerhassett), married to Lancelot 
Glanville, and had a son and 3 daughters (b), 
(1/'-j<i) Nicholas Glanville, married. 
(2/>-ja) Mary, married , to William Harnett, 

of Ballyhenry, and had 2 sons, 



9 6 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Lancelot and William (Harnett). 
(8* <a) Ellen (Glanville), married , to 

Alexander Elliott, of Dowhill, co. Limerick, and had 

at ka-i 2 sons and a daughter, viz., Thomas Blenner- 

hassett Elliott, Alexander, and Margaret ; the younger 

son, viz., . 

Alexander (Elliott), of , married 

Mary, daughter of John Hewson, Esq., of 

Ennismore (by his wife, Margaret, daughter of 

Maurice Fitzgerald, Knight of Kerry (see page 490), 

and had 3 sons and 5 daughters (c). 

(l<r) Thomas (Elliott), of Garrynthenavally, co. 
Kerry, shot during the disturbances of 1S08; 
married Ruth, daughter of Francis Chute, Esq., 
of Chute Hall, and had an only son, 

Alexander (Elliott), of Tanavalla, J. P. ; bom 
6 July, 179S ; died 16 March, 1S73 ; married 3 
Jan., 1826, Meliora Southwell, daughter of 
Capt. John Brown, of 19th regt., and of Mount 
Brown, co. Limerick (by Meliora, daughter and 
coheir of Hon. Henry Southwell) ; she died 
28 Jan., 18S2, having had an only child, 

Mary Gordon (Elliott), of Tanavalla, 
married 6 July, 1S76, to Henry Cooke, J.P., 
only surviving son of William Cooke, of 
Retreat, co. Westmeath, J. P. (by Catherine, 
only child of Capt. F. Chute, of Chute Hall) ; 
hedieds.p., 24 Oct., 1SS2. 
(2c) Alexander (Elli-tt), married Alice, daughter 
of John Hurly and Mary Conway, and had 2 sons 
and a daughter. 
[1] Alexander, and [2] Thomas ; both died 
unmarried. 

[3] Lucy Hurly (Elliott), died 
married , to Charles Newburgh 

Tisdall, Esq., of Castle Shane, co. Monaghan, 
and had a son, 
Charles Ell.ott (Tisdall), born 5 Nov., 1S48 ; 
married 25 July, 1S76, Louisa, daughter ot 
late Captain John Dynon, 5th R.I. Lancers, 
and had a son and 2 daughters, 

Ernest Newburg (Tisdall), died an infant 
23 Dec, 1878, Louisa Mary Lucy Elliott, 
Grace Marianmissa, died an infant 26 May, 
1SS3. 
(3c) John (Elliott), physician, married 
daughter of Lancelot O'Brien, of Tarmons co. 
Kerry, and had 4 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Alexander (Elliott), of Tarmons, married 
his cousin Harriet, daughter of Edward Carte, 
Esq. (named below), and left, with other issue, 
a son and daughter. 

(1) John Elliott, of Tarmons. 

(2) Annie, married 18 Aug., i860, as 2nd 
wife to William Carte, Esq., J. P. (see p. 514). 

[2] Glanville. [3] Francis. [4] John. 

[5] Marion, married Lysaght, and 

died s.p. 
(ic) Margaret (Elliott), died Oct., 1S22; 

married as 1st wife to Edward Carte, Esq., of the 
Castle, Newcastle, co. Limerick, and had 5 son 
and 4 daughters. 

[1] William (Carte), E.I.C.S., died in India. 

[2] Edward, in holy orders, married Miss Wyatt, 

and died s.p. 

[3] Alexander (Carte), M.D.,F.L.L, F.R.C.S. ; 

born ; married , Ellen 

daughter of Thomas Dixon, Esq., barrister-at- 

law, and died s.p., Sept., 1881. 

[4] Thomas, of Limerick, solicitor ; born 

; died , 1883 ; married 

Emily, daughter of Parker, Esq., and 

had issue. 

[5] John Elliott (Carte), C.B. ; deputy surgeon 



gen., inspector gen. of hospitals ; born 

; died 19 April, 1876 ; married , 

1S57, Harriett, daughter of Thomas MacMahon, 
of Dublin, solicitor, and had 2 sons. 

(1) Edward, born I Jan., 1S60 ; died 10 
Sept., 1S74. 

(2) Thomas Elliott (Carte), lieut. R.A. ; born 
23 Feb., 1S61. 

[6] Marion, died s.p., Feb., 1S84 ; married 

to John Lysaght, Esq., who died 

[7] Anne, died unmarried. 

[8] Harriett, married , to her cousin, 

Alexander Elliott, of Tarmons, aforesaid. 

[9] Frances (Carte), died unmarried. 
(5c) Elizabeth (Elliott), married to Pierce 

Chute, Esq., of O'Brenan, and had 4 sons and 5 
daughters. 

[1] Eusebius (Chute), and [S] Alexander (Chute), 

died unmarried. 

[3] Charles (Chute), of Tralee, married I July, 

1869, Alice, daughter of Rowland.Blennerhassett, 

Esq., of Tralee and Kells, &c. (see Foster's 

Baronetage) ; he died s.p. 24 May, 1884 (see 

page 575). 

[4] Francis Elliott (Chute), major Kerry militia. 

[5] Jane, married , to Richard Poole, 

suigeon 32nd regiment ; he died s.p. 

[6] Arabella. [7] Kate. 

[8] Matilda Elliott (Chute). 

[9] Anne, married to Thomas Goodman, late 

R.N. ; and has a son, Thomas. 
(6<r) Mary, married to her cousin, William Day, 
and died s.p. 

(7f) Dora, died unmarried. 

(8c) Kate (Elliott), married to Frederick Usher 
Mullins Mason, of Kilmore, co. Kerry ; and had, 
with 4 sons, who died unmarried, an only 
daughter, 

Marion (Mason), married to Richard 

Huggard of Tralee, solicitor, and had 2 

daughters. 

[1] Katharine Wilhelmina (Huggard), married 

16 Oct., 1S77, as 2nd wife, to Lieut. -col. William 

Rowan, of Belmont, Tralee, J. P. co. Kerry, 

major and hon. lieut.-col. 4th R.M. fusiliers 

(see page 590), and has a daughter, 
Marion Annie (Rowan). 

[2] Anne (Huggard), died unmarried. 
(4) Martha (Glanville). 
[6.;] Mary (Blennerhassett), married to John Sandes, 
Esq., M.A., ancestor of the Sallow Glen family (see 
page 824). 

CLLEN (daughter of Capt. Arthur O'Lavery) 
married 23 June, 17 14, to Samuel Raymond 
(son of Samuel Raymond, by his wife Maria 
Tennison, daughter of the Lord Bishop of 
Killala), and had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Samuel (Kaymond), of whom presently. 

[2] Arthur (Raymond), of Kilferghrig. 

[3] Anthony. [4] Eugene. 

[5] Elizabeth (Mrs. Gregory). 

[6] Mary, married 8 May, 1742, to Dominick Ferriter, 

Esq., and had a daughte, Ellen, married toErancis Giles. 

[7] Ellen, married to Ambrose Madden, of Derryhoran, 

and had 3 daughters, 

(1) Mary, married to James More, of Balyna, co. Kil- 
dare, who made his will 13 Dec. 1778, and had an 
only daughter, 

Letitia, married to Richard O'Ferrall, Esq., and had 
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(2) Ellen, married 2 Dec, 1771, to William Connor. 

(3) Catherine. 

CAMUEL RAYMOND, of Ballyloughrane, 
J. P., High Sheriff, 1773, married, 4 Jan., 
1759, Frances, daughter of John Harnett, Esq., 
of Ballyhenry (and his wife Frances Nash), and 
had 4 sons and 3 daughters (I). 

[Id] Anthony Samuel, of Eallyloughrane, married I 
Jan., 17S5, Jane, daughter of Rev. William Maunsell, 
D.D., of Limerick, and bad 3 sons and 6 daughters (e). 
(le-id) Samuel (Raymond), ol Ballyloughrane, died 27 
Jan., 1822; married 25 May, 1S15, Catherine Frances, 
daughter of George Rowan, Esq., of Rathany, co. 
Kerry ; she re-married to Rev. A. Mackintosh, of 
Kilmurry, near Castle Island, by whom she had 3 sons 
and 2 daughters ; by her 1st husband she had 3 

[1] Anthony, of Kilmurry, co. Kerr)', born 14 March, 
1S16, died 30 Oct., 1S64. 

[2] George Raymond, first named (see page 639). 
[3] Samuel (Raymond), late 9th regt. foot, born 
13 Aug., 1S20 ; married , his cousin 

Frances, daughter of Thomas Ledman, Esq., died s p. 
(2e-id) William, 39th regt., died s.p. 
(3<? id) Anthony, died s.p. 

(ie-/d) Eliza (Raymond), married 2 Nov., 1808, to 
George Rowan, Esq., of Rathany, and had 3 sons and 
3 daughters, 

[1] Maurice. |2] Thomas. [3] Samuel. 
[4] Jane, married to W. Ormsby. 
[5] Elizabeth (Rowan), married to Richard Chute, 
M.D., (2nd son of Richard Chute, of Chute Hall, 
by his 2nd wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. William 
Maunsell, D. I).) ; he died 14 Sept., 1S66, having 
had a son and daughter. 

[1] Richard (Chute), lieut. Sth regt. ; married 3 
wives, s.p. 

[2] Rowena (Chute), married first to Arthur 
Crispe, who divorced her; she remarried to 
John Atkinson, Q.C. 
[6] Dora, died unmarried. 
{5e-/d) Frances, married II Feb. 181 1, to Thomas 
Ledman, Esq., and had, with other issue, 2 daughters, 
[1] Frances, married to Samuel Raymond, Esq., 
named above. 

[2] Cherry, married, as 2nd wife, to Alexander 
Mason (see page 573). 
(Ge-id) Ellen, died s.p. 

tfe-id) Jane, married 25 Nov., 1812, to William Mar- 
chant Ardagh, Esq. 

(Se-id) Anne, and {9e-id) Dorothea, both died s.p. 
[2 /| Mm, died young. 

[3,/j Richard (Raymond) married Arabella, daughter of 
John S. Giles, of Castle Drum, by Anne E?gar, and had 
2 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Richard Horatio Nelson (Raymond), born 

married Grace Dunfey, and had 2 

sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard William, married Ellen Hall, and has 
2 sons and a daughter, 

Fred, Richard Hora'ion Ne's^n, and Grace. 
[2] Charles, married 18S3, Amelia Bomford. 

[3] Grace. 

[4] Arabella, married 1S22, to famts 

Fidden. 

(2) John. 

(3) Maria (Raymond), married to Jtffcott. 

(4) Frances Giles, married to Frederick Henry West, 
an'"' hid a son and daughter. 

[1] Raymond West, a judge in India, who married 



Clementina Ferguson, only daughter of William 

Maunsell Chute, younger son of Richard Chute, of 

Chute Hall. 

[2] Ann West, married to Capt. Thomas Thring. 
[id] James. 

[0./] Elizabeth, married 24 Dec, 17S5, to Samuel Sealy, 
Esq., and had a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) John Sealy, of Ballymalis, sold Maglass. 

(2) Agnes, died Jan., 1S72, having married John 
Weekes, Esq., of the Limerick militia, she died 
Jan., 1872, leaving issue (see page 572). 

(3) Eliza, married to Capt. Richard Quill, and had a 
son, Richard, who died s.p., and an only daughter, 
Maria, married to Abraham Goff, of Enniscorthy. 

(4) Jane, married to John Crump, M.D., 
and had several sons, who died unmarried, and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Elizabeth Aphia (Crump), died 21 July, 1874; 
married 5 Nov., 1S55, to George, 2nd son of 
Capt. John Massy, of Glenville, co. Limerick (see B. 
Clarina, in Foster's Peerage), and had 4 daughters. 
Ida Jane Elizabeth (Massy), Elize Crumpe, Geor- 
giana Travers, Geraldine Ellinor Orpen. 
[2] Jane (Crump), married to David E. 

Young, and has issue. 
[Sd] Frances, married, 1st, to Rev. James Raymond, who 
died s.p., she re-married to Neville Bath, Esq., and had a 
daughter, 

Eliza Bath, died 25 Feb., 1878 ; married 3 Sept., 
1S2S, to Edward Richard Townsend, of Cork, 
h; died 6 July, 1S7S. having had 2 sons and 5 
daughters. 

[1] Samuel Philip (Townsend), capt. R.N. ; born 
30 July, 1S31 ; married 24 April, 1S60, Emma Maria, 
daughter of John William Bridges, Esq., and has 
5 sons an 1 a daughter, 
Edward Bridges, born 30 May, 1S61 ; Neville 
Frederic, burn 7 July, 1S63 ; Ernest Horace, born 
9 Jan. 1S65 ; Cuthbert Hansi-n, born 5 April, 1S72 ; 
Cyril Samuel, born 28 June, 1S75; Constance 
Emma. 
[2] Edward Richard, M.D., Dublin, 1861 ; M.B., 
1857; L.K.Q.C.P., Ireland, 1859; M.R.C.S., Eng- 
land, 1S5S; bom ; married 
Elizabeth, daughter of W. Humphrey, Esq. 
[3] Helena, married , to William 
Penrose, Esq. 

[4] Fanny, died 31 D.c, 1859. 

[5] Mary, married , to Lieut. 

Pemberton Harrison, R.A., and died s.p. 
[6] Eliza, married 29 Oct., 1S72, to Rev. Robert 
Cooper Wills, M.A., Trim Coll., Dublin, 1S65, rector 
of Mallow since 1873, canon of Cloyne and rural dean 
of Bjthon, and has 2 daughters, 

Mary Townsend (Wdls), Elizabeth Lucy. 
[7] Lucy Cuthbert, married 28 March, 1865, to John 
Chetwood Aiken, Esq., of Bristol, banker, and has had 
8 sons, 

Walter Chetwode (Aiken), bom 9 Feb., 1866 ; 
Edward Hamilton Chetwode, born 3 April, 1S67 ; 
Harold Frederick Chetwode, born I Dec, 1S6S; 
Knightley Chetwode, born II 0:t., 1S70; Chet- 
wode, born and died 26 Dec, 1S71 ; John Chet- 
wode, born 25 April, 1S73 ; Cuthbert Chetwode, 
bom I June, 1S79. died 17 April following; Hugh 
Chetwode, born 3 July, 18S2. 
[7,f] Mary, married 25 Nov., 1S01, to Thomas Spring 
Eagar, of Cottage, J.P., who died 1S0S (see 

page 592), having had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) James Raymond (Eagar), of Tralee, sold " Cottage," 
died unmarried. 

(2) Frances, died unmarried. 

(3) Catherine, married 1S24, to William Fitz- 
Maurice Sealy, Esq., and had issue. 



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TEBB, JOSHUA GLADWYN, of Barnby 
^ Moor House, Notts; formerly capt. 54th 
regiment; 20TH in descent from Edward I. ; 
born 16 March, 1S39 ; married 7 June, 1870, 
Alice Caroline, 7 th and youngest daughter of 
Rev. and Hon. Charles Dundas, rector of Ep- 
worth, and granddaughter of Robert, 2nd 
Viscount Melville (see Foster's Peerage), and has 
3 sons and a daughter. 
[1] Sydney Gladwyn (Jebb), born 26 Feb., 1871. 
[2] Joshua Henry Miles, born 12 Feb., 1875. 
[3] A son, born 29 March, 1S77. 
[4] Mary Mabel. 




the descent of 

Joshua Gladwyn Jebb, Esq., 

of Barnby Moor House, Notts, 

from the Blood Royal of England. 

DVVARD 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 of 
Wales 1283, claimed and exercised feudal superi- 
ority 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 issue; their 
descendant 

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pvIONIS HILDYARD (see Chart pedigree. 
*^ page 645), married to Charles Barnby, of 
Barnby Don, Yorkshire, and had a daughter, 

Muriel Barney, married to John Bosvile, of 
Gunthwaite, Yorks., who died 12 Feb., 33 Hen. 
VIII., leaving with, other issue, 

/^ODFREY BOSVILE, of Gunthwaite, 
^-* eldest son and heir, aged 23, 33 Hen. 
VIII.; died 23 July, 1580; made his will the 
day before ; married Jane, daughter of John 
Hardwick, of Hardwick, Derbyshire (sister of 
Elizabeth, Countess of Shrewsbury), and had, 
with other issue (see Foster's Yorkshire Collec- 
tion), a daughter, 

pvOROTHY BOSVILE, married to John 
Lacy, of Breailey, who recorded his pedi- 
gree at the Visitation of Yorkshire, 1585, and 
had, with other issue (see Visitation, ed. Foster), 
a daughter, 

CLIZABETH LACY (add. MS. 26,739, P- 
223), married to Arthur Dakyns, of Stub- 
bing Edge, Derbyshire, and had, with other 
issue, a son, 

LJENRY DAKYNS, of Stubbing Edge, 
married Elizabeth, daughter of Gregory 
Walker, of Mansfield, Notts, and had, with other 
issue, a son, 

Digby Dakyns, of Stubbing Edge ; married 
Dorothy Sherratt, and had a daughter, 

lVyTARY DAKYNS, married to Henry Glad- 
win, of Stubbing Edge, in right of his 
wife, and had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Henry Gladwin, of whom presently. 

[2] John (Gladwin), in holy orders, had 4 daughters. 

(1) Dorothy, married to Francis Eyre, of Hassop, who 
with his sons erroneously assumed the title of Earl 
of Newburgh ; all died s.p. 

(2) Mary, married to Robert Cloves, of London. 

(3) Jane, married to Gen. William Wynyard, Cold- 



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guards; col. 5th regiment; equerry to Gouge 

Ijt.-gen. f 

Wynyard, grandson of Lieut.-Gen. John Wynyard. 



III., and deputy adjt.-gen. (..on of Lieut. -gen. William 
descended from John Wynyard, groom of the wardrobe 



to Queen Elizabeth and James I.) ; born 20 June, 1759 ; 
died II July, 1S19, having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] William Clinton (Wynyard), lieut. and capt. 

Coldstream guards; born 21 May, 17S9; died s.p. 

27 April, 1S14; married E , daughter of 

Col. Sowerby ; she died Feb., 1S12. 

[2] Robert Henry (Wynyard), lieut. -gen. in the army; 

C.B.; col. 9Sth regiment ; born 24 Dec, 1S02 ; died 

6 Jan., 1864; married 12 Aug., 1S26, Ann, daughter 

of H. Macdonell, Esq., and had 4 sons and 2 

daughters. 

(1) George Henry (Wynyard), major 5Sth regiment, 
born 3 Oct., 1S27 ; died July, 1S61. 

(2) Gladwin John Richard (Wynyard), born 12 
Jan., 1S31. 

(3) Henry John, capt. 58th regt, died at sea 1S63. 

(4) Robert Macdonnell (Wynyard), born Aug., 
1S44 ; married 29 April, 1865, Gertrude Maria, 
3rd daughter of Major J II England, 
75th regiment. 

(5) Maria Theresa, died young, 5 Jan., 1S30. 

(6) Louisa Mary, died 14 April, 1S38. 
[3] Anna Maria, died young. 

[4] Frederica Wynyard, born II Dec, 1792; died 
18 Dec, 1824 ; married to Samuel 

B Hurd, grenadier guards. 

(4) Helen, married to Sampson Coleclough, Esq., of 
Brecon Hill, Notts. 
[3] Mary, married to Benjamin Brocklehurst, Esq. 
[4] Dorothy, died s.p. 4 June, 1792 ; married as 1st wife 
to Rev. Basil Bury Beridge, rector and patron of Algar- 
kirk ; prebendary of Sleaford ; he died 22 Feb., 1S0S, 
leaving issue by bis second wife. 

TJENRY GLADWIN, of Stubbing Court, 
Derby, major-gen. in the army ; fought 
under Gen. Woolf, in Canada, and was left for 
dead on the field of battle, but recovered ; died 
at Stubbing 22 June, i7ai,aged 61 ; married 30 
March, 1772, Frances, daughter of Rev. John 
Beridge (and co-heir of her half brother, John 
Beridge, of Derby) ; she died at Exeter 16 Oct., 
18 1 7, having had 2 sons and 9 daughters (a). 

[la] Charles Dakeyne (Gladuin), of Belmont and Stub- 
bing, lieut. -col. Derbyshire militia ; burn 22 March, 1775 ; 
married Mi-s Stringer, and had an only child, Frances 
(Gladwin), married to Melland, Esq., and died s.p. 

[2a] Henry, died in infancy. 

[3a] Frances (Gladwin), died at Maileton 25 Oct., 1S41 ; 
married 9 June, 1S01, to Francis Goodwin, Esq., of 
Mapleton ; capt. Derbyshire militia (son of John Goodwin, 
Esq., by Mary, his wife, daughter and co-heir of Francis 
Ridgway, Esq., of Nottingham) ; he died 26 Aug., 1S3O, 
having had a son and 3 daughters (b). 

(\b-3a) Henry John (Goodwin), of Hinchleywood, 
Derby, in holy orders; born 21 Nov., 1803; died 24 
May, 1S63 ; married II Oct., 1S32, Frances Eleanora, 
daughter and heir of Rev. Richard Burrow Turbutt, 
B.A., and hid a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Richard Henry (Goodwin-Gladwin), of Belmont, 
Stubbing, and Hinchleywood House, Derby, capt. 
6th foot ; educated at Rugby ; assumed the addi- 
tional surname, together with the arms of Gladwin, 
under the will of his great uncle, C. D. Gladwin ; 
born 15 Sept., 1S33. 



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[2] Frances Isabella Turbutt (Goodwin), married 9 
Feb., 1S60, to Rev. John Launcelot Errington, M.A. 
Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 1S57 ; vicar of Midgham, 
Berks, since 1S67 (2nd son of George H. Errington, 
Esq., of Lexden Park, Essex), and has a son and 4 
daughters. 

A son, born 29 Dec, 1S76. 
Fanny Isabella (Errington). Frances Evelyn. 
Florence Emilia. Helen Muriel. 
[3] Helen Emilia (Goodwin), married 27 Nov., 1878, 
to Arthur Finch Dawson, Esq., of Barrow Hill, co. 
Staff. 
(2/,- S a) Frances (Goodwin). 

(3i-ja) Mary Ridgway, died unmarried 1S59. 

(U'Siz) Martha Elizabeth (Goodwin), died s.p. 27 Dec, 
1S73; married 2 A ig., 1842, to John Goodwin John- 
son, Esq , of Bentley ; he died 21 Oct., 1S71. 
[4a] Dorothy (Gladwin), of whom (see next page). 
[5a] Mary (Gladwin), died 2S June, 1837 ; married 29 
Nov., 1S00, to Baldwin Duppa-Duppa, Esq., of Holling- 
bourne House, Kent, J. P., D.L. ; he died 5 April, 1S47, 
having had 6 sons and 5 daughters (c). 

(\c $a) Baldwin Francis (Duppa), barrister-at-Iaw of 
Lincoln's Inn, 7 June, 1S33, commoner of Brasenose 
Coll., Oxon, J.P. Kent ; born ; died 

5 Jan., 1S40; married 12 Sept., 1826, Catherine, 
daughter and co-heir of Philip Darell, Esq. (brother 
to Henry Darell, of Calehill, Kent), and had 4 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

(1) Baldwin Francis (Duppa), of Hollingbourne 
House, Kent, J.P., and Trinity Hall, Camb., F.R.S., 
F.C.S. ; born iS Feb., 1S2S ; died 10 Nov., 1873; 
married 26 Aug., 1S69, Adeline Frances Mary, only 
surviving chdd of John Henry Dart, Esq., bar- 
rister-at-law, of Lincoln's Inn, and of Beech 
House, Hants, has an only daughter, 

Catherine Mary (Duppa). 
[2] Brian Philip Darell (Duppa). 
[3] Euston Whitney. 

[4] Chicheley, born 183S ; died 

unmarried at Boulogne, 26 Nov., 1S61. 
[5] Catherine Mary (Duppa), died at Boulogne 22 
July, 1S61 ; married 16 April, 1S60, to William 
Chambers, Esq. (son of Osborn W Chambers, 

Esq., and Elinor Darell, and grandson of Sir Samuel 
Chambers, of Bredgar House, Kent), and had axon. 
Osborn Augustine (Chambers), born 9 Feb., 1S61. 
[6] Ellen Harriett. 

[7] Blanche Florence, died unmarried. 
(2c -5a) Brian Edward (Duppa), B.A., born 24 Feb., 
1S04 ; died s.p. 14 Feb., 1S66; married 26 Sept., 
1S44, Mary Anne Catherine, daughter of Waller Long 
Esq., M.P., of Rood Ashton, Wilts; she remarried 
31 Oct., 1S6S, to John Philip Green Esq., of the 
Temple Trees, Colombo, Ceylon. 
(Sc-sa) Henry Clarke (Duppa), of Malmayes Hall, 
Kent; born 6 April, 1S05 ; died s.p., 21 Sept., 1865; 
married 12 July, 1S40, Julia Ann, only daughter 
Major-Gen. _ T orndike, 1 \ 

Frances, his wife, daughter of Col. Edmund 1'aunccl. 
(4c-ja) Charles Gladwin (Duppal, of fersey, born 8 
Feb., 1S0S; married 6 Dec, 1843, "Ellen Pincke, 
daughter of Major-Gen. Alured Dodsworth Faunce, 
C.B., of Bath, and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 
[1] Alured Lloyd (Duppa), born 27 June, 1S46. 
[2] Henry Charles de Malmcyncs, born 2<j [illy, 1S49. 
[3] Edith Ellen. 
[4] Maud Henrietta. 
(5c-ja) Richard Beridge, R.N., of H. M.S. Rattlesnake; 
drowned at sea. 

(6c -ja) George (Duppa), high sheriff Kent, 1S75 ; one 
of the founders of the colony of New Zealand ; born 
21 Dec, 1S0 ; married 17 Dec. 1S70, Alice Catherine, 
hterof Sir Philip John William Miles, Bart., 



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of Leigh Court, Bristol (see Foster's Baronetage), and 
has had 3 sons. 

Bryan Baldwin George (Duppa), bom 17 Nov., 1871. 

Gladwin Archibald Euston Whitney George, born 

7 Sept., 1S73 ; died 19 March, 1SS3. 
Beridge Greville George, born 14 Jan., 1883. 

(7f.j-a) Mary Dorothy (Duppa), married 31 Dec, 1840, 

to Capt. Edmund Barrell Faunce, E.I.C.S.,of Sharsted, 

Kent, and Newington, Surrey, D.L. ; he died 17 Dec, 

1861, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] Chapman Delaune Faunce-Delaune, of Sharsted, 

Kent, J. P. ; born 7 May, 1843 ; married 29 Dec, 

186S, Annie, 2nd daughter of late George Stoddart, 

Esq., of Ballendrick, Perth, some time H.M.'s 

consul at Madeira, and has 3 sons. 

Alured Delaune (Faunce-Delaune), born 14 June, 
1870. 

Edmund, born 31 Dec, 1870. 
Hubert, born 14 Nov., 1874. 
[2] Edmund Gladwin (Faunce), of Merton Coll., 
Oxon ; born 13 April, 1S46 ; died unmarried. 
[3] Anne Isabella Mary (Faunce), died unmarried 

8 May, 1866. 

{Sc-Ja) Frances Anne (Duppa), married 14 Aug., 1S60, 
to William, 2nd son of late Sir William Marjoribanks, 
Bart., of Lees (see Foster's Baronetage), s.p. 
(ftr-ja) Sarah Charlotte (Duppa), died s.p., 19 May, 
1873 ! married 15 Sept., 1842, to John Savage, Esq., 
of St. Leonard's, Maidstone, late master of H.M.'s 
Supreme Court at Madras ; he died 21 May, 1S68. 
(Wc-ja) Harriet (Duppa), married 4 April, 1846, to 
Archibold Impey Lovibond, Bengal engineers ; field 
engineer in Indian mutiny at Cawnpore ; chief engineer 
Central Provinces (son of Edward Impey, B.C.S., and 
Julia de L'Etang, eldest daughter of Chevallier de 
L'Eiang, page to Mary Antoinette, peer of France), 
and has 2 daughters. 

[1] Marion Harriot (Impey), married 15 Dec, 1S70, 
to Capt. Albert Elias Pearse, 76th regt. 
[2] Julia Blanche, married 3 Jan., 1S75, as 1st wife 
to Benjamin Edward Somers, Esq., of Mendip 
Lodge, Somerset, J.P., D.L., barrister-at-law, of 
Lincoln's Inn, 1S77 ; M.A., Oxon. 
(Uc-ja) Ellen (Duppa), died 2S March, 1S78 ; married 
30 May, 1850, to Gladwin Turbutt, Esq., of Ogston 
Hall, Derby, and Arnold Grove, Notts, J. P., L.D.; 
high sheriff, 1858 (see below) ; he died 3 Sept., 1S72, 
leaving 2 sons. 

[1] William Gladwin (Turbutt), bnrn 7 Feb., 1853. 
[2] Richard Duppa, born 8 Jan., 1855. 
[6a] Ann (Gladwin), died 7 Sept., 1S55 ; married 22 
June, 1814, to William Turbutt, of Ogston Hall, Derby, 
and Arnold Grove, Notts, Esq., barrisler-at-law ; he 
died 25 Oct. or Dec, 1S36, having had a son and 4 
daughters. 

(1) Gladwin (Turbutt), born 31 March, 1823; died 3 
Sept., 1S72 ; married 30 May, 1850, Ellen, 5th 
daughter of Baldwin Duppa-Duppa, Esq. ; she died 
28 Mar. 1S78, leaving 2 sons named above. 

(2) Ann (Turbutt), died unmarried July, 1835. 

(3) Lucy, died unmarried Oct., 1838. 

(4) Hellen, died unmarried April, 1839. 

(5) Maria (Turbutt). 

[7a] Charlotte (Gladwin), died s.p. married 

23 April, 1S05, to Rev. George Hutton, D.D. vicar of 

Sutterton ; he died 

[8a] Martha, died unmarried, 22 Oct., 1S12. 

[9a] Harriet, [10a] Ellen, [Ha] Susannah, all died unm. 

r\OROTHY GLADWIN, died 15 July 

1825 ; married 4 Jan., 1792, to Joshua 

J ebb, of Walton Lodge, Derbyshire, J.P. and 



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D.L.; capt. Derbyshire militia, and lieut.-col. of 
the Scarsdale regt. of volunteers ; he died 1 9 
Aug., 1845, having had 6 sons and 3 daugh- 
ters (d). 

[Id] Sir Joshua (Jebb), K.C.B., of whom (see p. 646). 
[20"] Samuel Henry (Jebb), of Boston, Line ; born 21 
April, 1796; died 7 Feb., 1S75 ; married 2 Nov., 1822, 
Fanny, daughter of John Straw, Esq., of Lincoln ; she 
died 2 July, 1S73, having had 7 sons and 5 daughters (V J. 
(le-2d) Charles William (Jebb), born 4 April, 1824; 
died unmarried, 20 May, 1870. 

(2e-2d) Henry Gladwin (Jebb), F.S.A., ofFirbeck Hall, 
Rotherham, J.P. W.R. Yorks ; M.A. St. John's Coll., 
Camb., 1872 ; rector of Fontmel Magna, 1S70-3 ; of 
Chetwynd, Salop, 1873-8 ; born 6 May, 1826 ; mar- 
ried 29 Sept., 1S53, Emma Louisa, 4th daughter of 
Robert Ramsden, Esq., of Carlton Hall, Notts, (see 
Foster's Baronetage), and has (with other is-ue, who 
died young) a son and 2 daughters. 

Henry Scrope Frescheville(Jebb), born 17 July, 1S67. 
Florence Emma Dorothy. Edith Fanny Maud. 
(3e-2cl ) John Joshua (Jebb), of Norton House, Lincoln- 
shire ; born I Nov. 1830; married 14 June, 1S60, 
Georgiana Hutton, daughter of Rev. William Roy, 
D.D., rector of Skirbeck, and has a son. 

George Samuel William (Jebb), born 5 Sept., 1861. 
(i£-2j) Richard George (Jebb), lieut. 23rd light infantry 
E.I.C.S. ; born 13 Sept., 1832; died unmarried in 
Bombay, 10 June, 1857. 

(5e-2d) Frederick William (Jebb), brig. -gen. andadjt.- 
g.-n. of Madras army, lieut.-col. command. 67h 
regiment; born 1 Dec, 1S35 ; died s.p. 20 Feb., 
1SS0; married 21 Dec, 1S69, Mary Charlotte, daughter 
of Rev. John Chancourt Girardot, of Car-Colston Hall, 
Notts, rector of Screveton, Notts (she remarried 
I June, 1SS1, to Major Francis Montgomery Onslow, 
squadron commander 2nd Madras Cavalry (see E. 
Onslow, Foster's Peerage). 

(6e-2d) Arthur (Jebb), late major 31st regt.; born 1 
July, 1S3S. 

\le-2d) Avery (Jebb), capt. Royal South Line regt. 
of militia, late lieut. 85th light infantry ; born 13 
April, 1842; married 19 Dec, 1S72, Susan Clara, 
daughter of late Col. Boddam-Whetham, of Kirkling- 
ton Hall, Not's, and has a son and daughter. 
Avery Gladwin (Jebb), born 19 March, 1878. 
Agatha Frances Whetham (Jebb), died 18S0. 
(Se-2d ) Susan Gladwin. 

(9e-2d) Frances Dorothy (Jebb), married 21 Aug., 
1856, to Thomas Laurence Kington ( diphant, Esq., 
of Gask, Perthshire ; D.L, M.A., Balliol Coll. Ox. 
(son of Thomas Kington, Esq., of Charlton House, 
Somerset, by his wife Margaret Oliphant, of Gask). 
(We-2d) Marianne. 

(lle-2d) Charlotte, died unmarried, 7 June, 1S61. 
(\2e-2d) Harriet Ellen, died 2S Mar., 1857. 
[3d] Charles Anthony (Jebb), R.N., born 31 Jan., 1802 ; 
died at sea, 16 Oct., 1814. 

[id] John Beridge (Jebb), of Walton Lodge, Derbyshire, 
incumbent of St. Thomas Brampton, Chesterfield ; born 
9 Dec, 1808 ; died at Nice, 27 Jan., 1S63 ; married 1st, 
30 July, 1839, Charlotte, daughter of Richard Dunn, 
Esq. ; she died 7 Dec, 1S60, having had a son, 

(1) John Beridge Gladwyn (Jebb), formerly lieut. SSth 

regt. ; born 30 Dec, 1841 ; married iS Feb., 1S76, 

Bertha Helen, youngest daughter of (Hon.) William 

MacDougall, of Toronto, Canada, and since divorced ; 

had a daughter, Isabel Muriel. 

Rev. J. B. Jebb married 2nd, 27 Nov., 1S61, Mary 

Frances, eldest daughter of Rev. John Simon Jenkinson 

(and Harriet Caroline Augusta Grey, 3rd daughler of 



■*£» The $ Descent * of ^ 

John Joshua Jebb, Esq., 

Of Norton House, Lincolnshire, 

FROM THE 



Blootr ftogal 




of lEnglanu. 



Edward I , crowned 19—EIeanor (1st wife) dau. c 
Aug. 1274, b. 17 June, I ferdinand III., King c 
1239, d. 7 July, 1307. Castile, d. 27 Nov., 1290. 



Joan of Acre, b. theie, i272=j=Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 



d. 10 May, 1305, 2nd wile. 



Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec, 
1295. 



M.r^.nret de Clare, m. iit=j=Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl of I band), cr. Eail of Glouces- 
Cornwall. ter, d. 1347. 



Margaret de Audley, d. 7=fRalph de Stafford, K.G., 
Sept. 1349. I cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug., 1372. 



Husrb, 2nd Earl of Stall, .rd 
K.G., d. Oct. 13S6. 



Philippa, dau. of Thomas 
Eeauchamp, Earl of War- 
wick. 



Katherine de Stafford=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
I Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
IS Sept., 1415. 



"t: 



Morley, d. 1435. 



Elizabeth IIastings=j=Sir Robert Hildyard, of 
Winestead, Yorkshire, d. 
29 Aug., 14S9. 



Dionis Hildyard=pCharles Barnby, of Barnby 
^Don. 



Continued abends. 



Continued from lelow. 
Hildyard^=Charles Barnby. 



Muriel Barnby=pTohn Bosvile, d. 12 Feb. 
I 33 Henry VIII. 



Godfrey Bosvile, of Gun-=j=Jane, dau. of John Hard- 
thwaite, d. 23 July, 15S0. I wick, of Hard wick, Derby- 
I shire. 



=rJohn Lacy, of Brearley, 
I Yorks. 



Dorothy Bosvi 



Elizabeth Lacy=pArthur Dakyns, of StubbirE 
Edge, Derbyshire. 



Henry Dakyns, ofStubbinL.=f Elizabeth, dau. of Gregory 
Edge. J Walker, of Mansfield, Notts. 



Digby Dakyns, of Stubbing=pDurothy Sherratt. 
Edge. 



Mary Dakyi 



=pHer.ry Gladwin, of Stubbing 
I Edge, in right of his wife. 



Henry Gladwin, of Stub-=j=Frances, dau. of Rev. John 
bing Court, major-gen. in I Bciidge,m. 30 March, 1772, 
the army, d 22 June, 1791. d. at Exeter, 16 Oct., 1S17. 



Dorothy Gladwin, m. 4=j=Toshua Tebb, of Walton 
Jan. 1792, d. 15 July, 1S25. I Lodge, "co. Derby, J.P., 
D.L., lieut.-col. of volun- 
| teers, d. 19 Aug., 1845. 

r ' 

Samuel Henry Jebb, of Bos-=f= Fanny, dau. of John Straw, 
ton, co. Lincoln, b. 21 I Esq., of Lincoln, m. 2 Nov. 
April, 1796, d. 7 Feb., 1S75. | 1822, d. 2 July, 1873. 



ird George, It. Arthur Jebb, l:u<_- niaj. 

ton House, Lincolnshire, b. 23rd Foot, d. unm. 31st regt., b. 1838. 

1 Nov., 1830, m. 14 June, 1857. Averyjebb.cap.mil. 

i :■.-., Ge^IanaHutton.dau Frederick William, m. Susan, dau. of Col. 

of Rev. William Roy, D.D. lt.-col. com. 67th Boddam-W hetham. 
rector of Skirbeck. regt. d. s.p. 1880, 



.Sus.iu Gladwin. Marianne. 

Frances Dorothy, Charlotte, d. 

m. 1856, to Thomas 1861. 

L. K. Oliphant, Harriet d. 

Esq.,ofGask, N.B. 1857. 



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Hon. Sir George Grey— see Foster's Peerage, E. Grey), 
and had a daughter. 

(2) Annie Beridge Jebb, born (posthumous) 16 April, 
1863 ; married June, 1SS2, to Rev. Herbert Leigh 
Mallory. 
[5</j Richard Gladwyn, born 6 Jan., 1812, supposed to 
have died in 1832. 

[6</] Charles William, major 1st Glouc. volunteer artil- 
lery ; formerly lieut. 60th rifles ; born 14 Oct., 1814 ; 
married 12 May, 1S41, Eliza, one of the daughters and 
co-heirs of late John Yerbury, Esq., of Shirehamplon, 
Gloucestershire; she died 8 Sept., 1S57, having had a 
son and 5 daughters. 

(1) John de Witt (Jebb), major on reserve of officers 
18S3 ; major 3rd batt. (Lanark militia) Scottish rifles ; 
late of Scottish rifles (26th foot) ; b. 21 Nov., 1847 ; 
married 5 De.-., 1885, Edith Victoria, youngest 
daughter of late Mr. W. Murphy, of Muunt Merrion, 
co. Dublin. 

(2) Francesca Romana Maria (Jebb), married 31 May, 
1S71, to Robert Henry Ramsden, Esq. (eldest son of 
Robert John Ramsden, Esq., M.A., J. P., of Carlton 
Hall, Notts, see Foster's Baronetage) ; he died 19 
May, 1S74, having had a son and daughter. 

Robert Charles Plumptre (Ramsden), born 9 Feb., 
1874. Frances Mary Alice. 

(3) Alice Eliza (Jebb), married 16 Nov., 1867, to 
Bartlet Span, Esq., of Clifton, Bristol, and has 3 sons 
and a daughter. 

Reginald Bartlet (Span), born 6 Sept., 1S6S. 
Oliver William Bartlet, born 27 July, 1S69. 
Henry John Bartlet, born 9 Sept., 1S70. 
Alice Ethel Bartlet. 

(4) Mary Edith. (5) Amy Louisa. 

^J] Dorothy (Jebb), died unmarried, May, 1865. 
[8</] Frances Harriott, married 5 June, 1S23, to William 
Miles, Esq., of Manilla Hall, Clifton (son of Philip 
Miles, Esq.) ; he died s.p., 13 Nov., 1S44, see Foster's 
Baronetage. 

;9,/] Marianne (Jebb), married 17 Sept., 1824, to Rev. 
Francis Sharpe, vicar of Tibshelt, Derbyshire ; he died, 
1873, leaving 3 sons. 

(1) Granville William (Sharpe). 

(2) John Henry, colonel (retired), late capt. 55th foot ; 
served in the Crimea 1S55 (medal with clasp, and 
Turkish medal) ; born 2 July, 1837. 

(3) Charles Babington (Sharpe). 

CIR JOSHUA JEBB, K.C.B., major-general 
in the army; lieut. -col. R.E. ; surveyor- 
general of convict prisons and inspector of 
military prisons; born 8 May, 1793; died 26 
June, 1863; married 1st, 14 June, 1830, Mary 
Legh, daughter of William Burtinshaw Thomas, 
Esq., of Highfield; she died 6 April, 1850. 
He married 2nd, 5 Sept., 1854, Lady Amelia 



Rose Pelham, 2nd daughter of Thomas, Earl 
of Chichester; by his 1st wife he had a son 
and 3 daughters. (/). 

[1/] Joshua Gladwyn (Jebb), first-named, see p. 642. 
[2/] Mary Dorothy (jebb), married 27 April, 1854, to 
Rev. Henry John Ellison, M.A. Trim Coll., Camb., 
1838; rector of Great Haseley, Tetsworth, Oxon., since 
1875; hon. canon Ch. Ch., Oxon., 1873; chaplain in 
ordinary to the Queen, 1S79 ; formerly vicar of Edensor, 
Derbyshire, 1845-55; prebendary of Dassett Parva in 
Lichfield Cathedral, 1S54-73 ; vicar of New Windsor, 
l8 55"75 ! reader at Windsor Castle, 1856-75; hon. 
chaplain in ordinary to the Queen, 1875-9 ; she died 
29 June, 1S70, and had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) John Henry Joshua (Ellison), M.A. Merton Coll., 
Oxon., 1S81 ; curate of Kensington, London, since 
1SS3 ; chaplain to Archbishop (Tait) of Canterbury, 
1SS1-2 ; born iS March, 1855. 

(2) Gerald Francis, born iS Aug., 1S61. 

(3) Douglas born 27 Jan., 1863. 

(4) Henry Blomfield, born 3 June, 1868. 

(5) Constance Margaret. (6) Mary Beatrice. 
(7) Dorothy Frances. 

[3/] Emily (Jebb), married 28 Jan., 1S60, to Basil Charles 
Boothby, Esq., assistant-commissary-general eastern 
district (ranking with lieut. -col.), 1SS0 ; formerly captain 
95th regt., and barrack master ; served in the Crimea in 
1854, and was severely wounded at the battle of Alma- 
foot amputated (medal with clasp, Sardinian and Turkish 
medals), (4th son of Rev. Charles Boothby, see Foster's 
Baronetage), and has had 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Beridge Gladwyn (Boothby), born S Aug., 1861 ; 
died 23 Nov., 1863. 

(2) Hubert Basil, born 4 March, 1S63. 

(3) Walter Ralph Tebb, born 26 June, 1865. 

(4) Francis Stuart Evelyn, born 23 April, 1867. 

(5) Evelyn Leonord Beridge, born 4 March, 1876. 

(6) Marion Agnes Serena Penelope. 

(7) Mary Dorothy Cecilia. 

[4/] Frances Beatrice (Jebb), married 11 April, 1861, to 
Rev. William Edmund Batty, M.A., Queen's Coll., 
Oxon., 1848.; vicar of St. John's, Walham Green, 
London, since 1862 ; lecturer at Butcher's almshouses, 
Walham Green, 1883 ; and has had 7 sons and 4 
daughters. 

(1) William Joshua (Batty), born 29 Nov., 1863 ; died 
March, 1864. 

(2) Laurence Joshua, born 31 May, 1867; died 2) 
Feb., 1876. 

(3) Arthur Montague, born 11 July, 1868. 

(4) Henry Edmund, born 6 Jan., 1872. 

(5) Basil Staunton, born 12 May, 1873. 

(6 William Gladwyn, born 21 Nov., 1S74. 
(7 Francis de Witt, born 10 Jan., 1879. 
(8 Adelaide Emily. (9) Agnes Mary. 

(10) Alice Beatrice, died 30 Jan., 1876 

(11) Rose Amelia, born 7 Aug., 1876. 



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piTZMAURICE, MAURICE, of Duaghna- 
fealy, co. Kerry, iSth in descent from 
Edward III., born 7 May, 1853; married 30 
April, 1878, Anabella Rollstein, 2nd daughter 
of John Palmer, Esq., of Banmore, co. Kerry, 
and has a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] Maurice, bom 3 Feb., 1SS3. 

[2] Kathleen Honoria. 

f 3 J Mary Lydia Jeanne. 

[i] Anabella Studdert Dymphna. 




The Descent of 

Maurice FitzMaurice, Esq., 

from the 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, 
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 
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 five years (for further par- 
ticulars, see Royal Lineage, Foster's Peerage'). 
The King died at Sheen, Surrey, n June, 1377, 
having had issue ; his descendant 

'"TRYPHENA BLENNERHASSETT (3rd 
daughter of Capt. John Blennerhassett, of 
Castle Conway, " Black Jack," see page 593^) 
married (settlement dated 8 Jan., 1723) to 
Ulick FitzMaurice, of Duaghnafealy, co. Kerry 
(eldest son of Garrett FitzMaurice, see note *) ; 
made his will 10 Aug., 173S; had at least 4 
ons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Garrett (FitzMaurice), born 7 Oct., 1724 ; died young 

[2] John, of whom presently. 

[3] Ulick, and [4] Henry, named in their father's will, 

I738- 

[5] Elizabeth, born 9 June. 1726; living 1738. 

[6] Clifford, born 9 July, 1727; living 1738. 

JOHN FITZMAURICE, of Duaghnafealy, 
named in his father's will, 1738; married 
Margaret, daughter of John Stack, of Ballyconry, 
co. Kerry (by his wife Anne, 4th daughter of 
Maurice FitzGerald, Knight of Kerry), and had 
at least 2 sons. 

[1] Ulick, of whom presently. 

[2] John (FitzMaurice), had 3 sons and 2 daughters (a), 
(la) Ulick (FitzMaurice), capt. R.N., h d a grant of 
land in Cana la ; married Mary, youngest daughter of 
James Eagar, Esq., of Dingle. 

(2a) John (FitzMaurice), amajor.-gen. in the army 1S61, 
K.H. 1831, lieut. of the royal body guard ; joined the 
95th regt. (rifle brigade) at Torres Vedras in 1S11 as 
a volunteer, served at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 
siege, &c, of Ciudad Rodrigo.and Badajoz (wounded), 
battle of Vittoria, and of the Pyrenees, of the Nivelle, 
Nive, and Toulouse ; Peninsula medal ; led the 

* Garrett FitzMaurice, of Duaghnafealy, made his will 
^o April, 173S ; in the marriage settlement of his son John 
above named, in 1723, his younger sons are named — viz., 
Raymond (who married Mary, sister of Tryphena 
Blennerhassett), Garrett, Kerry, and Henry ; in his will, 
1738, he names his daughter Susannah, and appoints 
Hon. John FitzMaurice, of Lixnaw, and Harman 
FitzMaurice < 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



advanced guard at Quartre Bras, and wounded ; Water- 
loo medal ; born at Knockavillig, co. Kerry 24 
June, 1793 ; died at Drayton Green, Middlesex, 24 
Dec., 1S65 ; married 3 Nov., 1S24, Frances Maria, 
daughter of Rev. Henry Watkins, vicar of Silkstone, 
Yorkshire, and vicar of Beckingham, Notts., (see 
Bower, Foster's Yorkshire Collection) ; she died 9 June, 
1S77, having had 2 sons and 6 daughters. 
[1] Maurice Henry, capt. and adjt., nth brigade 
R.A., served in Indian campaign 1S57-S, relief of 
Lucknow, battle of Cawnpore, capture of Lucknow, 
&c„ born 9 June, 1S33 ; died 3 Aug., 1865. 
[2] John Gerald (FitzMaurice), inspector of schools 
since 1S74; undergraduate St. Mary's Coll., Oxon, 
barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple ; born 21 July, 
1S37; married 15 July, 1869, Florence Augusta 
Marian, only daughter of Thomas AdolphusBoyrenson, 
Esq., H.E.I.C.S.,and has had 4 sons and a daughter. 
Maurice Swinfen, born 12 Aug., 1S70. 
Gerald Vere, born 13 June, died 19 Aug , 1872 
Desmond, born 27 Nov., 1873; Raymond, born 
7 Aug., 1878 ; Geraldine Augusta. 
[3] Anna Maria, married 10 April, 1S50, to Benjamin 
Huntsman, Esq., of West Retford Hall, Notts, J.P., 
and of Attercliffe, Yorks, lord of the manor of Wad- 
worth, and has, with other issue, a son. 

Francis (Huntsman), born , 1852. 

[4] Emma. [5] Geraldine Elizabeth. 

[6] Frances Mary. [7] Mary Frances. 

[8] Gertrude. 
(3,;) Robert Day (FitzMaurice), married Miss Shannon, 
and had a son and daughter. 

[1] Robert (FitzMaurice), of Glenvile, Dublin, 
married eldest daughter of — Hickman, 

of Nottingham, and had a son and daughter. 

Robert. Frances. 

[2] Mildred. 
{in) Margaret, died ; married 

to George Pinchin, an inspector royal Irish con- 
stabulary ; he died , having had 3 sons ar.d 
3 daughters. 

[1] John FitzMaurice (Pinchin), born 4 April, 1824; 
married 24 Dec, 1S41, Harriet Kosini, daughter of 
Joseph Lennard, Esq. ; she died 18 Dec, 1S76, 
having had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Richard Pennefather (Pinchin), of Texas ; born 
2 May, 1843. 

(2) John FitzMaurice, of Monaghan, born 

(3) Maurice FitzMaurice (Pinchin) of Texas. 

(4) George FitzMaurice, born ; 
died 

(5) Margaret Ellen (Pinchin), married , 
to Stack, M.D., surgeon, &c, of Listowel, 
co. Kerry ; he died 

(6) Dora Marv, died unmarried. (7) Emily Mary. 
[2] George Wallis (Pinchin), M.D., &c, and has, 
with other i sue, a daughter, Agnes, of Liverpool. 
[3] Blennerhassett, died 

[4] Emily, married S Jan., 1S54, to William Lowth, 
Esq., who died s.p., 17 Nov., 1869. 
[5] Maria, married , to William Everett, 

of Skibbereen. and has issue in New York. 
[6] Agnes (Pinchin), died ; married 

Capt. Clyde, 

1S60, leaving a son, 



who died 
John Clyde. 
(5,;) Mary (FitzM 
married 



.■), died 



. 1850 ; 
Patrick McKenna, of 
Dingle, agent to Lord Ventry ; he died 13 Jan., 1839, 
having had 3 sons and 3 daughteis. 

[1] Thomas FitzMaurice (McKenna), born 

1S22 ; died , 1S58. 

[2] James FitzMaurice (McKenna), of Dingle ; born 

20 Dec, 1S25 ; unmarried. 



[3] Patrick John (McKenna), in holy orders J 

bursar S. V. C. Coll., Castleknock; late professor of 

history, Irish College, Paris; born, 16 Aug., 1829; 

unmarried. 

[4] Mary, died unmarried, 1850. 

[5] Ellen, married 8 Sept., 1853, to Dr. Patrick 

Murphy, of Dingle, who died there I Feb., 1869, 

leaving 4 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Thomas Patrick (Murphy), born 11 Jan., 1858, 
married 24 Oct., 18S3, Julia, daughter of David 
Dillon, of Herbert's town, co. Limerick. 

(2) Patrick, born 15 April, 1S62. 

(3) Eugene, born I Feb., 1864. 

(4) James, bom 9 April, 1 867. 

(5) Mary, born 12 July, 1S60; died 30 May, 1876. 
[6] Kate (McKenna) a nun. 

T TLICK FITZMAURICE, of Duaghna- 
fealy, co. Kerry ; born died 

married 1778, 

Agnes Elizabeth Anne, elder daughter of Maurice 
Studdert, Esq., of Elm Hill, co. Limerick ; she 
died having had a son and daughter. 

[1] Maurice (FitzMaurice), of whom presently. 

[2] Elizabeth Agnes (FitzMaurice), died 

married to Richard FitzGerald, Esq., of 

Listowel, co. Kerry ; he died having 

had (with other issue, who died unmarried) 3 daughters. 

(1) Maria, married to Adam Murray, Esq. 

(2) Catherine Jane (FitzGerald), married 27 Dec, 
1858, to Nathaniel Massy Stack, major-gen. in the 
army, served with 71st Highland light infantry; 
(see Day pedigree, page 434), he died 18 Feb , 1874, 
having had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] George FitzGerald (Stack), born 10 Sept., 1S60, 
[2] Eyre Massy John, born 7 Nov., 1S63. 
[3] Agnes Elizabeth, died 27 Dec, 1S77. 
[4] Maria Catherine Jane. 

(3) Georgina, married to Fitz- 
Gibbon, Esq. 

1WTAURICE FITZMAURICE, of Duaghna- 
■^ fealy; born 17S2; died 24 

June, 1843; married 181 2, Margaret, 

daughter of Oliver Stokes, Esq., J. P., barrack 
master Tralee (see page 440) ; she died April, 
1877, having had 9 sons and 3 daughters (6). 
[U] Oliver (FitzMaurice), of Duagh, co. Kerry, J.P. 
born 8 Feb., 1818 ; died ; married 24 

April, 1859, Ahcia, daughter of Richard Gabbett, Esq., 
of Caheiline (she remarried to Matthew Blood Smyth, 
Esq., Q.C.), and had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Maurice, of Duagh died 1862. 

(2) Deborah Olivia (FitzMaurice). 

(3) Margaret Elizabeth. 

[2/J Maurice (FitzMaurice), of Duagh, J.P. ; born 21 
Jan., 1821 ; died 6 Jan., 1S81 ; married 24 June, 1S51, 
Mary Leadbeater, daughter of James Fisher, Esq., of 
Limerick, and had 2 sons. 

(1) Maurice (FitzMaurice), first-named (see pre- 
ceding page). 

(2) William Henry, born 27 July, 1855. 

[3/,] George (FitzMaurice), B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 
1844 ; in holy orders ; born 20 May, 1822 ; married 
April, 1S61, Winifred, daughter of John O'Connor, 
Esq., of Kilcara, co. Kerry, and has had 5 sons and 7 
daughters. 



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Maurice Rowland (FitzMaurice), born 3 Jan., 1S66 

Oliver, born 2S March, 1867. 

George, born 2S Jan., 1877. 

Henry, born 16 Slay, 1S79. 

Ulysses, born 15 June, 1881. 

Elizabeth, died unmarried. Margaret. Una. 

Mary Georgina. Agnes Amelia. Honoria. ' 

Eleanor, died unmarried. 
[4<5] Henry (FitzMaurice), born ; married 

Honoria, daughter of O'Connor, 

Esq.; she died having had 2 children. 

[5/;] Robert (FitzMaurice), physician co. Kerry Fever Hos. 
and co. Kerry Infir.; L.K.Q.C.P. Irel. 1S57; L R.C.S.I. 
1851 ; L.M. Rotunda Hosp., Dublin, 1851 (R.C.S. Irel.) ; 
contrib. to Dublin Quarterly and Monthly; boin 15 
April, 1827; married 17 July, i860, Thomasine, widow 
of Richard Stephens, Esq., of Calcutta, and daughter of 
William Taylor, Esq., of Dublin, and has had 4 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

(1) Maurice (FitzMaurice), B.A. Trinity Coll., Dublin, 
1SS3, born 11 May, 1861. 

(2) John Day Stokes (FitzMaurice), Bombay Civil 
Service, born 4 Jan., 1S63. 

(3) William Herbert, born 13 March, 1864. 

(4) Robert, born 7 Jan., 1S66. (5) Thomasine. 

(6) Frances Margaret, died Aug., 1S74. 

(7) Honoria. 
[6/.] John 

[7/] Edward, F.R.C.S.I. 1874 ; L. & Lie. Med. 1856; 
L.M. Coombe Hosp., Dublin, 1S56 (Meath Hosp.); 
1st prizeman; born 12 May, 1S32 ; married 5 
Jan., 1S65, Constance Wilhelmina, daughter of William 
Odell, M.D., dep. insp. army ; she died , 

leaving a daughter, 

Edina (FitzMaurice). 
[8/1] Ulysses, physician to R.I. constabulary ; L.K.Q.C.P. 
Irel. 1S57 ; L.M. Coombe Hosp., Dublin, 1S57 ; obtained 
clinical prize of Meath Hosp., Dublin, 1S52, and med. 
prize 1853, also med. prize at Peter Street School of 
Med. 1S53 ; contrib. to Dublin Medical Journal ; born 
22 Oct., 1831 ; married 10 December, 1S62, Lucy, 
daughter of William Seely, Esq., of Magh, co. Kerry, 
and has had, with other issue who died in infancy, 4 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

(1) Maurice Otho (FitzMaurice), born 20 Sept., 1S63. 

(2) Francis Crump, born 13 Dec, 1865. 

(3) William Edward, born 25 Dec, 1874. 

(4) John, born 2 July, 1S7S. 

(5) Margaret. (6) Mary. 

[9/'] Julian Patrick, born 3 Dec, 1S33 > married 13 Aug., 
1S6S, Amelia Alary, daughter of Francis Peet, Esq , of 
Arabella, co. Kerry, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) Maurice Raymond (FitzMaurice), born 7 Dec, 1873. 

(2) Selina Francis. (3) Margaret Honoria. 
(4) Elizabeth Amelia. 

[10/j] Elizabeth (FitzMaurice), married 1st, 2 Aug.,iS30, 
to James Eidingtoun, Esq., D.L., of Gargunnock, co. 
Stirling ; he died Nov., 1S3S, leaving a son and 
daughter (r). 
(lc-iob) Fitzmaurice (Eidingtoun), died young. 
(Zc-I0b) Margaret (Eidingtoun), married 
1861, to Richard Rowland Chute, Esq., of Lee Brook, 
Tralee, co. Kerry (son of Capt. Rowland Chute), and 
had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

Rowland Eidingtoun (Chute), born 
Fitzjames, born 
Richard Crosbie, born 
Elise Bateman. 

Frances Ethel. Rosamond Margaret. 

[10*] Mrs. Eliz. Eidingtoun remarried , to 

Rev. Rowland Bateman, of Abbey Feale, co. Kerry (2nd 
son of Colthurst Bateman, Esq., of Bedford House, 



IO5 



Listowel, co. Kerry (see page 440) ; he died 
1854, having had 3 sons and 3 daughters (c) 
(3f-/o/0 Rowland (Bateman), M.A., Magd.Coll., Oxon, 
IS.07; C.M.S. missionary in the Punjab since iSGS • 
born 14 Jan., 1S42 ; died 9 Feb., 1SS1 ; married ' 
Oct. 1S70, Elizabeth Bridget, daughter of Edward 
Day Mokes, of Farranakilla, co. Kerry (see p. 440), 
and had a son. F ^ '' 

Rowland, born 1S71. 

(ie-iob) Maurice, born 30 April, 1845 ; married 

Mary daughter of John Hancock, Esq., of 
co. Limerick, and has 2 daughters 

Elizabeth. Georgina. 
(Sc-iob) Colthurst, Capt. Kerry regt., oom 23 May, 
1S4S ; married 1S73, Louisa Anne, daughter 

of Lieut.-col. Patrick Day Stokes (see Day pedigree 
page 440), and has 2 sons and a daughter 

Rowland Colthurst (Bateman), born 20 June 

1S74; Edmund, born 1 Oct. 1SS0; Edith. 
(6c-/ob) Agnes, married 1st, , to Capt. 

Dickson Davenport, J.P., of Ballynacourry, co. Lim- 
erick ; he died 20 March, 1S72, leaving a son and 2 
daughters. 

[1] Rowland Bateman (Davenport). 

[2] Elizabeth Agnes. [3] Jane Dickson. 
Mrs. Agnes Davenport re-married 13 Feb, 1S77. 
to Leslie Wren Crosbie (see Foster's Baronetage), of 
Albert, co. Kerry; L.K.Q.C.P. Irel., 1S72 ; 
L.R.C.S.I., 1S65 ; L.M., 1S71 ; and has 3 sons. 

4 Pierse Leslie (Crosbie), born 19 March, 1878. 

[5] Douglas. [6] FitzGeorge. 

(lc-iob) Elizabeth, married , to her cousin, 

Frederick Bateman, Esq., of Bertholey, co. Mourn, ,11th,' 
and Bellford, co. Kerry, and has a son and daughter. 

.Frederick Francis (Baieinan) Dura Cuningsby. 
(Bc-iob) Dora Calza (Bateman). 
[lib] Agnes ElizabethAnn (FitzMaurice), married 6 Oct., 
1836 to William Hutton, Esq., of Headview, Lismore, 
and has had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Andrew (Hutton), of Clanloglin, co. Cork, born 6 
Dec, 1838. 

(2) Maurice FitzMaurice, major 3rd batt. Black Watch, 
1SS1 ; born 13 Dec, 1S40 ; married 13 Dec, 1S76., 
Mary, daughter of late James McKay, of Thurso, N.B., 
and has a son and daughter. 

Maurice FitzMaurice (Hutton), born 4 Dec, 1S77. 
Geraldine Mary Fitzmaurice. 

(3) William McGregor, born 4 March, 1845 » died 
unmarried 22 Nov., 1846. 

(4) Oliver FitzMaurice, born 4 June, 1S47 ; died un- 
married 27 Nov., 1883. 

(5) Rowland Bateman Fullton, born 11 July, 1S53. 

(6) Margaret Elizabeth Agnes, married 7 July, 1857, 
to John Wyld, Esq., late 3rd light dragoons, and has 
had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] William George (Wyld), lieut. 1st Hampshire 
regiment, 1SS1 ; born 3 Dec, 1S59. 
[2] Henry Granby Lockwood, born 22 March, 1S6S. 
[3] Agnes Cecil, died 18 July, 1S66. [4] Milward. 

(7) Elizabeth McGregor, married 7 April, 1869, to 
Richard Fitzjohn Aldworth, Esq., royal Irish con- 
stabulary (see Foster's Peerage, V. Doneraile), and 
has a son, 

Oliver FitzMaurice (Aldworth), born 5 Mar. 1S70. 

(8) Honoria Agnes (Hutton). 

[12^] Honoria (FitzMaurice), married 14 Dec, 1S51, to 
Francis C. Peet, Esq., of Rathany, co. Kerry, 

and has 4 sons. 

Francis FitzMaurice (Peet), bom 9 Oct., 1S62. 

FitzMaurice, born 3 May, 1S65. 

John St. Leger, bom 17 July, 1S66. 

Robert FitzMaurice, born 9 Feb., 1868. 



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^ The * Descent * of •<* 

Charles Ichabod Wright, 

Of Stapleford Hall, Notts, and of Watcombe Park, near Torquay. 



Ulooti Eogal 



Edward I., crowned i^xS 1 
Aug. I274,b 
d. 7 J«ly. '3°7 




Aug".'i274-b.'i7 June, 1239, I Ferdinand III., King 
,1 7 Tulv. ITO7. Castile, d. 27 Nov. 1290 



Toa'n of Acre, b. there i272,=rGilbert de Clare, Earl of 
d 10 May, 1305, 2nd wife. I Gloucester, etc., d. 7 Dec. 
I 1295- 

Margaret de Clare, m. ist=f Hugh de Audley (2nd hus- 
to Sir Piers Gaveston, Earl of I band), cr. Earl of Glouces- 
Cornwall. I ter, d. 1347- 

I 

Margaret de Audley, d. 7=fRalph de Stafford, K.G, 
Se pt. , 349 . cr. Earl of Stafford, d. 31 

I Aug. 1372. 



Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford=f Philippa, 



dau. of Thomas 
Oct. 1386. j Beauchamp, Earl of War- 

wick. 

Katherine de Stafford=j=Sir Michael de la Pole, cr. 
Earl of Suffolk 1399, d. 
I 18 Sept. 1415. 

Isabel de la Pole=f Thomas Morley, 5th Baron 
I Morley, d. 1435. 

Anne Morley=j=Sir John Hastings, of Fen- 
wick, Yorkshire. 

Elizabeth Hastings=f Sir Robert Hildyard, of 
Winestead, Yorkshire, d. 
29 Aug. 1489. 



of (SEnglanU, 



continued Jrom below. 
Sir William Ayscough=f Elizabeth Wrottesley. 

Sir' Francis Ayscough, of=f=Elizabeth (1st wife), dau. 



South Kelsey, co. Line, 
9 Oct. 1564 



Faith Ayscough, 
I55°- 



and co-heir of William 
Hansard, Esq., of South 
Kelsey, co. Line, shed. 29 
Sept. 1558. 

of 



t=Fi.dward 
Fonaby, 



Edward Matldison, 
Fonaby, d. 1619. 



of=f Katherine, dau. of Ralph 
Bosvile, of Bradborne, 
Kent. 



Margery or Mary Hildyard=i=Sir William Ayscough, of 
j Stallingborough, co. Line, 
Knt, d. 26 March, 1509. 



Sir William Ayscough, of=f Elizabeth (1st wife), dau. of 
Stallingborough, d. 1540-1. | Thomas Wrottesley, of 

^Wrottesley, co. Staff. 

A, 

continued above. 



Sir Ralph Maddison, of=pMary, dau. of Robert 
Fonaby, knighted 23 July, Williamson, of Walkering- 
1603. ham, Notts. 

Humphrey Maddison, of=j=Cornelia (1st wife), dau. 
Coningsby, co. Line and co-heir of Rev. John 

Duport, D.D. 

Ralph Maddison. of Stam-=f Theodosia, dau. and co-heir 
ford, co. Line High Sheriff of Nicholas Newcomen, of 
1679. I Theddlethorpe, co. Line 

John Maddison, of Stam-=j=Katherine, dau. of George 
ford, co. Line High Sheriff Whichcote, of Harpswell, 
1719. I co. Line, m. 9 July, 1723. 

=Rev. Sir William Anderson ; 
of Broughton, co. Line, 
Bart, d. 9 Mar. 1785. 



Anne Maddison, 
1747, d. 31 Aug. 



1. 7 Aug. 
783- 



Theodosia Dorothy Ander-=f=Rev. Richard Vevers, rector 
son, m. 1 Jan, 1778, d. 3 I of Saxby, co. Leicester, ete 
May, 183 1. I 

Theodosia Anne Vevers, =j=Thomas, Lord Denman, so 
eldest dau, m. 18 Oct, I created 28 March, 1834, 
1804, d. 28 June, 1852. Lord Chief Justice 1832-50, 

I d. 22 Sept, 1854. 



Richard, m. and has Ho 



Thomas, 2nd Lord 

Denman, b. 30 July, issue. 

1805, married twice. Hon. George, a justice of 

Hon. Joseph, vice- High Court, m.and has is. 

admiral, m. and died Rev. and Hon. Lewis, m. 

s.p. 1874. and has issue. 



Ichabod Wngh 
ofMapperly Ha 
Notts, d. 14 Oc 
1871. 



Hon. Elizabeth, m. to Rev. Hon. Margaret Owe 
F. Hodgson, and d. 1S80. thrice. 
Hon. Frances, m. to Adml. Hon. Anne, m. to F. 
Sir R. L. Baynes, K.C.B., land, Com., R.N. 
who died 1869. Hon. Caroline, m. to 

J. G. Beresford, M... 



Ichabod: 



..; it. ..! M 

eford Ha 



Ichabod, RJ 
killed in Afgha 
istan, jq De. 



Blanchel.ouisa.dau. HenrvMnnh Wi i^ht.-pjosephine (2 

of late Hy. Corles of Park Hill, Hants, wife), only d; 

Bingham, Esq., of m. 1st, Mary Jane, of late Rev. J. 

Wartnaby Hall, co. dau. of late W. Cart- A. Wright. 

June, ledge, Esq. she " ' 

1866. y 






Frederick, of Lenton Rev. George Theodosia, m.toW 

Hall, Notts, b. 1840, H., m. 1870, H. Sinclair, Esq. 

m. 1865, Ada, dau. Anne, dau. of Frances, m. to E. 

of Rev. J. Bate. Rev. E. R. W. Cropper, Esq. 

man. =f LarkenM.A. Neville So]" 

T ..... . xJ!il. 






Charles Bingkam Blanche. Edith. Henry, b. 

b. 19 Nov., t8s4. Rosamond, m. 1883, George, b. 

Nevill,b.26Nov. to E. J. Webb, Esq. Edward, b 









Margaret. 

Hilda. 

Maud. 



Eri^' 
Tbtodoau. 



Campbell-Davys. 



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"ll^KJGHT, CHARLES ICHABOD, of 
Stapleford Hall, Notts, and Watcombe 
Park, near Torquay, and of Nottingham, banker ; 
J. P.; M.P. Nottingham, 1868-70; lieut.-col. 
Robin Hood Rifle Volunteers, 1861-75 J 22ND in 
descent from Edward I. ; born 19 Sept., 1828 ; 
married 9 June, 1852, Blanche Louisa, daughter 
of late Henry Corles Bingham, Esq., of Wart- 
naby Hall, co. Leic. ; and has had 3 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] Ichabod Denman (Wright), lieut. R.A. ; born 4 

April, 1853 ; killed at Gandainak, Afghanistan, 29 Dec, 

1879. 

[2] Charles Bingham (Wright), born 19 Nov., 1S54. 

[3J Nevill, born 26 Nov., 1S57. 

[4] Blanche Theodosia. 

[5] Rosamond Frances, married, 15 Aug., 1SS3, to Elias 

Tohn Webb, of Tiddington, co. Warwick. 

[6] Grace Henrietta, married 7 Nov., 1885, to Col. 

Richard Campbell Davys, of Neuaddfaur, Llandovery, 

and Askomel, Argyllshire. 




The Descent of 

Charles Ichabod Wright, Esq., 

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 of 
Wales 1283, claimed and exercised feudal superi- 
ority over Scotland; died at Burgh-on-the-Sands, 
[6 




Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, buried in Westmin- 
ster Abbey ; by his 1st wife, Eleanor, daughter 
of Ferdinand III., king of Castile, who died 27 
Nov., 129c, he had issue ; their descendant 

T^HEODOSIA DOROTHY ANDERSON 
A (3rd daughter of Sir William Anderson, 
Bart, see p. 613), died 3 May, 1831 ; married 
1 Jan., 1778, to Rev. Richard Vevers, rector of 
Saxby, co. Leic, of Stoke Albany, and of Ketter- 
ing ; he died , having had 4 
sons and 7 daughters. 

[I] Richard William (Vevers), M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
1816; rector of Cubley, Derbyshire, 1832-58; rector o 
Marton, Line. ; J. P. Derbyshire ; died s.p. 24 fan., 1S58, 
aged 80; married circa 18 1 7, Frances Darby,//, nat. 
Philip, 5th Earl of Chesterfield, K.G. ; she died 1S60. 
[2] Edmund (Vevers), H.E.I.C.S. ; born 17S3 ; 
died in India. 

[3] Charles, killed 31 Aug., 1813, in the forlorn hope at 

the siege of St. Sebastian. 

[4] Thomas, R.N., died 1807. 

[5] George, lieut. R.N., died 1S73. 

[6] Theodosia Anne, died 2S June, 1S52 ; married iS 

Oct., 1S04, to Thomas, afterward Lord Denman. (See 

[7] Emily, born 17S0. [8] Maria, died 1S70. 

[9] Anne, died 1S74. [10] Charlotte. 

[II] Elizabeth. [12] Catherine. 

^THEODOSIA ANNE VEVERS (eldest 
A daughter of Rev. Richard Vevers), died 
28 June, 1852; married 18 Oct., 1804, to 
Thomas Denman, barrister-at-law, Lincoln's Inn ; 
M.P. Wareham, 1818-20; Nottingham, 1820-6 
and 1830-2 ; Solicitor-General to the Queen, 
1S20-1 ; common Serjeant of the city of London, 
1822-30; knighted 1 Dec, 1830; Attorney- 
General, 1S30-2 ; Lord Chief Justice of England, 
1S32-50; created Baron Denman, 28 March, 
1834 ; he died 22 Sept., 1S54, having had 5 sons 
and 6 daughters.(rf) 

[la] Thomas Aitchison - Denman, 2nd Baron 
Denman, assumed the additional prefix surname of Ait- 
chison by Royal Licence 20 Dec, 1S76, barrister-at- 
law, 1S30; marshal of Queen's Bench, 1S32-50; born 
30 July, 1S05 ; married 1st, 12 May, 1S29, Georgiana, 
eldest surviving daughter of Rev. Thomas Roe ; she died 
s.p. 25 April, 1S71 ; he married 2nd, 10 Oct., 1S71, 

51] 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Marion, eldest daughter of James Aitchison, Esq., of 
Alderston Haddington, and niece of Gen. Sir J. Aitchi- 
son, G.C.B. 

[2a] Hon. Joseph, vice-admiral, R.N. ; born 23 June, 
1S10; died s.p. 26 Nov., 1S74, having married, 12 Feb., 
1844, Grace, younger daughter of Jesse Watts Russell, 
Esq., of Ham House, co. Stafford, and Biggin House, 
Northants. 

[3a] Hon. Richard, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb. ; barrister- 
at-law, L.I., 1838; member of council University Coll., 
London ; heir-presumptive to Lord Denman ; born 13 Jan., 
1814 ; married 2S Oct., 1S40, Emma, youngest daughter 
of Hugh Jones, Esq., of Larkhill, co. Lancashire, and 
has 2 sons and 4 daughters (I)). 

(U-ja) Richard, born 3 Jan., 1842; died 5 April, 
1883; married 31 May, 1S71, Helen Mary (she 
divorced him April, 1S7S), eldest daughter of Gilbert 
Mac-Micking, of Liverpool (she re-married 16 April, 
1879, to James Montgomery, 3rd son of William 
Stuart Walker, C.B., of Bowland, N.B.), had 2 
sons and a daughter. 

Thomas, born 16 Nov., 1S74. 
Richard Douglas, born 24 Aug., 1876. 
Anne Maria Heywood. 
(26-ja) Thomas Hugh Anderson, born 16 Jan., 1855. 
(3l/-ja) Emma Sophia Georgiana, married 31 Oct., 
1872, to Oswin Cumming Baker-Cresswell, of Hare- 
hope, Alnwick; high sheriff 1882; M.A. Ch. Ch., 
Oxon. ; late major Northumb. militia ; formerly 
capt. 3rd hussars (see Gordon-Cumming in Foster's 
Baronetage), and has 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Addison Francis (Baker-Cresswell), born 8 Nov., 
1874. 

Henry, born 17 March, 1876. 
A daughter born 19 March, 1877. 
A daughter born 28 Oct., 1878. 
(ii-ja) Elizabeth Margaret, married 20 Jan., 1870, to 
Sir Peniston Milbanke, Bart, (see Foster's Baronetage), 
and has 2 sons. 
John Peniston (Milbanke), born 9 Ojt., 1872. 
Mark Richard, born 17 March, 1S75. 
(S/j-ja) Anna Maria, married 16 July, 1867, to Reginald 
Garton Wilberforce, of Lavington House, Sussex ; 
LP. ; D.L. ; barrister-at-law, the Inner Temple, 1S70; 
late 52nd light infantry (eldest son of late Bishop of 
Winchester), and brother of Bishop of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, and had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

Reginald William (Wilberforce), born 28 Mar., 1S68. 
Ernest John, born 8 April, 1869. 
Francis Richard, born 2 Jan., 1871. 
Samuel, born 19 Feb., 1874. 
Dorothy Mary, born 28 Sept., 1875. 
Anna Barbara, born 14 Aug., 1879. 
Emily Susan, born 17 Feb., 1S81. 
{6/1-ja) Eleanora. 
[4a] Hon. George, M.A., barrister-at-law, L.I., 1846, 
Q.C. and a bencher, 1S61, judge of Court of Common 
Pleas 1872-5, judge of Common Pleas div. High Court of 
Justice 1 S76-S0, judge of Queen's Bench div. High Court of 
Justice I SSo, M.P.Tiverton 1S59-65, 1866-72; born 23 
Dec, 1S19; married 19 Feb., 1S52, Charlotte, 5th 
daughter of Samuel Hope, Esq., of Liverpool, and has 
4 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) George Lewis, LL.M., barrister-at-law, L.I., 1877; 
recorder of Queenborough since 1882; born 5 May, 
1854. 

(2) Arthur, M.A., barrister-at-law, born I May, 1S57. 

(3) Lancelot Baillie, R.N. ; born 15 Jan., 1S61. 

(4) Francis Richard Amory, born 5 Dec, 1S62. 

(5) Charlotte Edith, married 19 June, 1883, to Rev. 
Wm. Henry Draper, vicar of Alfreton, Derbyshire, 
1883. 

(6) Cvace. 

[5a] Hon. Lewis William, M.A. Magd. Coll., Camb 



[65 



1844, rector of Willian, Herts, since 186 1, of Washing- 
ton, co. Durham, 1848-61 ; born 23 March, 1S21 ; mar- 
ried 1st, 18 June, 1850, Frances Marianne, daughter of 
Thomas Eden, Esq., of The Bryn, Swansea (see Foster's 
Peerage, B. Auckland); she died 25 April, 1862. He 
married, 2ndly, 22 Aug., 1S65, Frances Starkie Mary, 
eldest daughter of Col. Henry Armytage, Coldstream 
guards (see Foster's Baronetage). By his 1st wife he 
had a son and 3 daughters. 

Lewis William Eden, born 9 May, 1857 ; Frances 
Emily ; Theodosia Louisa ; Caroline Annie. 
[6a] Hon. Theodosia married to Ichabod Wright, Esq., 
of whom (see next page). 

[7a] Hon. Elizabeth, died 5 Aug., 1880, having married, 
3 May, 1838, to Rev. Francis Hodgson, B.D. (son of Rev. 
James Hodgson), provost of Eton, archdeacon of Derby, 
incumbent of Edensor, and vicar of Bakewell ; he died 
29 Dec, 1852, having had, with other issue, a son and 3 
daughters. 

(1) James Thornton Hodgson, M.A. Univ. Coll., 
Oxon.; born 4 Oct., 1845; died >88o ; married 15 
June, 1872, Marie Blanche, only sister of Harry William 
Verelst, Esq., of Aston Hall, Yorks, and had 2 sons 
and 3 daughters. 

Francis Coke Denman (Hodgson), born 10 Dec. 1874. 

James Vaughan, born 3 July, 1878. 

Maud Vevers. Sybil Blanche. Lilian Verelst. 

(2) Elizabeth Denman, married 17 April, 1S82, to 
Herbert Charles, 4th son of Rev. Francis Michael 
MacCarthy, M.A. 

(3) Matilda Frances. (4) Jane Theodosia. 

[8a] Hon. Frances, married 8 July, 1846, to Adm. Sii 
Robert Lambert Baynes, K.C.B., who died 7 Sept., 1869, 
having had, with other issue, 2 sons, 

(1) Denman Lambert Baynes, capt. Gordon High- 
landers (75th regt.), employed on special service Zulu 
war 1879 ; served in campaign in Egypt 18S2 ; born 
8 Sept., 1S51 ; died in Egypt Aug., 1882. 

(2) Henry Compton Anderson, lieut. R.N. ; born 
13 Oct., 1S52; married, 21 Aug., 1884, Isabel, 2nd 
daughter of late Admiral Sir Joseph Nias, K.C.B. 

[9a] Hon. Margaret married 1st, 23 Nov., 1841, to 
Henry William Macaulay, H.M.'s Commissary fudge, 
Sierra Leone (3rd son of Zachary Macaulay and brother 
of Lord Macaulay) ; he died 24 Sept., 1846, having had 
2 sons.(d) 

(lo'-oa) Henry Denman Macaulay, lieut. R.N. (retd.) 
late capt. 1st Warwick mil. ; born 10 Aug., 1843 ; 
married 18 Feb., 1S6S, Selina, daughter of Sir Joseph 
Needham, chief justice of Trinidad, and has 3 sons, 
William Edward Babington Macaulay, cadet R.N., 
born 2 Feb., 1S69. 

Arthur James Denman, born 14 May, 1870. 
Thomas Cary Elwes Cropper, born 15 Aug., 1871. 
(2d-ga) Joseph Babington Macaulay, born 17 Oct., 
1846; married 8 July, 1869, Eleanor, daughter of 
Henry Studdy, of Waddeton Court, Devon, commr. 
R.N. (retd.), and has had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 
Robert Holdsworth Babington Macaulay, bom 2 
Feb., 1871, died an infant ; Aulay Babington, born 
Nov., 1876; Edward, born 3 Nov., 1877; 
Eleanor Josephine ; Maud Olive ; Lois Theodosia, 
born 12 Jan., 1882. 
Hon. Margaret Macaulay, re-married 10 Aug., 184S, 
as 3rd wife, to Edward Cropper, of Swaylands, Kent, 
J.P. for that co. and Lane ; he died 23 May, 1877. 
She re-married 22 April, 1879, to Col. John Owen-Owen 
(see Foster's Baronetage). By her 2nd husband she had 
a son and 3 daughters (a). 

(ZJ-ga) Edward Denman Thornburgh - Cropper, of 
Ovenden House, Kent, assumed by R.L., 14 Nov., 
1874, the surname and arms of Thornburgh in addition 1 
to and before that of Cropper ; lieut. on reserve of 
officers 1SS2, capt. W. Kent L.I. mil., capt. 4th brigade 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



109 



Welsh div. R.A. 1SS1 ; born 23 Mar, 1S54; married 
4 June, 1874, Minnie Virginia, only child and heir of 
William Butler Thornburgh, of San Francisco. 
(id-go) Amelia Margaret Elizabeth Cropper, married 
1st, 4 June, 1S67, to Henry Studdy, of Waddeton Court, 
Devon, commr. R.N. (retd.) ; he died 13 Sept., 1SS0, 
she re-married, , to William Summers, 

Esq., of Milton, Pembrokeshire ; by her 1st husband 
she had a son and 2 daughters. 

Henry Edward Macaulay Studdy, bom 19 March, 

1S6S ; Eleanor Margaret ; Anita Georgina Edith. 
(bd-ga) Florence Anne Cropper, married 1 July, 1S73, 
to Arthur Frederick Holdsworth, of Widdicombe, 
Devon, J. P., capt. late Devon mil. and royal N. Line, 
mil., midshipman Baltic and Black Sea 1S53 and 1S59, 
and has had 2 sons and a daughter. 

Arthur Mervyn Floldsworth, born 5 Nov., 1S75 ; 

Edward Denman, born 2S May, 1S77, died young ; 

Margaret Annie, died young. 
(Gd-ga) Marian Eliza Blanche Cropper, married 5 
March, 1878, to Lieut-col. Rowley Richard Conway- 
Hill, lieut.-col. in the army, major in reserve of officers 
(see Foster's Baronetage), and has 4 sons. 

Rowley Arthur Edward (Hill), born 3 Jan., 1879; 

Hugh Rowley, born iS Feb., 1SS0 ; Conway Rowley, 

born 16 Sept., 1SS1 ; son, born 22 Nov., 1SS3. 
[10i?] Hon. Anne, married iS Aug., 1S46, to Frederick 
Holland, commr. R.N. (see Foster's Baronetage) ; he 
died 21 July, 1S60, having had 4 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Edward Holland, born 30 Aug., 1850. 

(2) Frederick Arthur, born 17 Oct., 1853. 

(3) Richard Lancelot, born 24 April, 1858. 

(4) Alfred, born 14 Aug., 1859 ; married 9 April, 
1SS5, Edith Shuklham, 3rd daughter of Rev. W. W. 
Gilbert Cooper, vicar of Burward Weald, Sussex, see 
page 

(5) Annie Susan. (6) Charlotte and 
(7) Theodosia Caroline (twins). 

[11a] Hon. Caroline Amelia, married 3 Feb., 1S46, to 
Rev. John George Beresford, M.A., vicar of St. Andrews, 
Whittlesey, 1S46-9 ; rector of Wymondham, Leic, 1S49- 
61 ; rector of Bedale, Yorks, since 1S61 (see Foster's 
Baronetage), and has 5 sons and 6 daughters (e). 

(le-ua) John Peirse de la Poer (Beresford), lieut. 
South Wales Borderers, 1SS1 ; born 2 Dec, 1S46 ; 
married 25 Aug., 1881, Mary Elizabeth Thomasina, 
eldest daughter of Lieut.-col. Henry Stewart Beresford 
Bruce, of Ballyscullion House, co. Londonderry (see 
Foster's Baronetage), and has a daughter. 

A daughter, born 3 April, 1SS3. 
(Ze-na) Charles Windham de la Poer, lieut. R.N., 
born 2 June, 185S. 

(Ze-jia) Henry William de la Poer, born 27 April, 
1862. 

(ie-ua) Walter Vevers de la Poer, born 22 June, 1S64. 
(be-iia) Caroline Theodosia, married 3 Dec, 1S66, as 
2nd wife, to Thomas Hood Cockburn-Hood, Esq., 
formerly a member of the Legislative Council in Sydney, 
N. S. Wales (eldest son of late John Cockburn-Hood, 
Esq., of Stoneridge, Berwickshire). 
(Ge-na) Marion Harriet. 

[7e-i/a) Gertrude Georgina, married 19 April, 1S76, to 
Rev. John Shapland Elliot Cockburn-Hood, vicar of 
Kirkby Fleetham, Yoiks, and has a son and 4 
daughters. 

Claude Beresford (Cockburn-Hood), born 5 Aug., 
1878; Marion'; Gertrude Cecilia; Caroline Charlotte; 
Mary M rgaret. 
(%e-ua) Frances Anne. 

(9e-//a) Elizabeth Margaret, married 31 Tan., 1S77, io 
Rev. Ernest Henry Kellett Long, M.A. Ch. Ch., Oxon., 



1SS2 ; rector of Tickencote, Stamford, since 1SS0 (see 
page 1 8) ; an < has 5 sons and a daughter. 

Basil Kellett (Long), born 2S Feb., 1878. 

John Beresford, born 20 Feb., 1879. 

William Fortescue, born 24 May, 18S0. 

Walter Denman, born 22 Sept., 1SS1. 

Charles Ernest, born 21 Nov., 1SS2. 

Margaret Marie, born 27 Feb., 1S84. 
[We-ua) Catherine Emily (Beresford). 

Hon. Theodosia Denman, married 21 Nov., 
iS25,to Ichabod Wright, Esq., of Mapper- 
ley Hall, Notts; he died 14 Oct., 1S71, having 
had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Charles Ichabod (Wright), of whom (see 
page 651). 

(2) Thomas Denman (Wright), born 22 March, 1S33 ; 
died unmarried 14 Feb., 1871. 

(3) Henry Smith (Wright), of Park Hill, Lyndhurst, 
Hants; B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb. 1S62 ; barrister-at- 
law, I. T 1S66 ; born 27 June, 1S39 ; married 1st, 
17 Oct., 1S65, Mary Jane, only daughter of late William 
Cartledge, Esq., of Woodthorpe, Notts; she died 
4 Dec, 1S66, having had a daughter. 

(1) Edith Mary Smith Wright. 
Henry Smith Wright, married 2nd, 6 Feb., 1S69, 
Josephine Henrietta, only daughter of late Rev. John 
Adolphus Wright, rector of Ickham, Kent ; and has 
(with 2 other daughters, who died in infancy) 4 sons 
and a daughter. 

[2] Henry Adolphus Smith (Wright), born 13 Dec, 

1869. 

3] George Lewis Smith, born 30 Jan., 1S72. 

4] Edward Henry Smith, born 4 Sept., 1S75. 

5J John Harold Smith, born iS Aug., 1SS2. 

6] Alice Dorothea Smith. 

(4) Frederick (Wright), of Lenton Hall, Notts, 
banker; born 12 Aug., 1S40 ; married 12 Feb., 1S63, 
Ada Joyce, daughter of Rev. John Bateman, of East and 
West Leake, Notts, and has a son and 6 daughters, 

Frederick Denman (Wright), born 17 Dec, 1S72. 
Emily Theodosia. Mary Neville. 

Florence Ada. Margaret Joyce. 

Hilda Dorothy. Maud Frances Bateman. 

(5) George Howard (Wright), Rev., born 1 June. 
1845; married 12 July, 1S70, Anne Frances, 2nd daugh- 
ter of Rev. Edmund Roberts Larken, M.A., rector of 
Burton, co. Line, and has 2 sons and daughter, 

George Denman Larken (Wright), born 31 Aug., 
1S72. Eric James, born 12 Nov., 1SS0. 

Theodosia Anne Emily. 

(6) Theodosia Harriet (Wright), married 8 Sept., 
1S63, to William Houston Sinclair, Esq., of Morton 
Manor, Brading, Isle of Wight, and has 3 sons and a 
daughter, 

Charles George (Sinclair), born 5 Jan., 1S65. 
William Frederick, born 26 April, 1S67. 
John Houston, born 6 Dec, 1869. 
Theodosia Agnes. 

(7) Frances (Wright), married 30 May, lS6l, to 
Edward William Cropper, Esq., of Great Crosby, co. 
Lane, and has had 5 sons and 5 daughters, 

James Cropper, B.A., Trin Coll., Camb., 1SS4 ; 
born 2 May, 1S62. John, born 17 Sept., 1S64. 
Charles Henry Edward, born 25 Jan., 1S66. Edward 
Neville, died young. Frederick William, born 1 
Feb., 1S71. Frances Mildred Theodosia. Mary 
Isabella, died voun<r. Anne Wakefield. Emily 
Mabel. Evebn'e Wright. 

(8) Neville Sophia (Wright), died 23 June, 1S53. 



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T LOYD, GEORGE WHITELOCKE, of 
-^ Strancally Castle, co. Waterford, J. P. ; 
High Sheriff 1859 ; also of Calton, Yorks ; 
D.L. West Riding, 23RD in descent from 
Edward I., born 30 May, 1830, married 
1st, 14 Sept., 1854, Selina Jane, daughter of 
late Arthur Henry, Esq., of Lodge Park, co. 
Kildare;she died 11 Jan., i860; he married 
andly, 7 Feb., 1861, Lady Anne Margaret Butler, 
2nd daughter of Somerset Richard, 3rd Earl of 
Carrick. By his first wife he had a son and 
3 daughters. 

[1] William Whitelocke (Lloyd), born 5 May, 1856. 

[2] Eveline Selina. 

[3] Augusta Frances Jane. 

[4] Selina Mary. 




The Descent of 

George Whitelocke Lloyd, Esq., 

of Strancally Castle, co. Waterford, 

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 of 
Wales 1283, claimed and exercised feudal superi- 
ority over Scotland; died at Burgh-on-the- 
Sands, Cumberland, 7 July, 1307, buried in 
Westminster Abbey ; by his first wife, Eleanor, 

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daughter of Ferdinand III., king of Castile, who 
died 27 Nov., 1290, he had issue; their des- 
cendant 

CUSANNAH, daughter of Thomas Horton, 
of Chadderton (see page 634); married 
24 March, 1 742, as 2nd wife to George Lloyd, 
F.R.S., of Hulme Hall, Lancashire (which he 
sold to the Duke of Bridgewater), M.B. Camb., 
D.L. Yorks., West Riding (for his ancestry and 
second marriage, see Foster's Yorkshire Collec- 
tiofi) ; he died at Barrowby, near Leeds, 4 Dec, 
1783, and had 3 sons and 3 daughters (a). 
[la] Gamaliel Lloyd, of whom (see page 657). 
[2a] George (Lloyd), barrister-at-law, resided at Man- 
chester, and lastly at York; born 30 Oct., 1748, died 
12 Oct., 1804 ; married 1780, Elizabeth, daughter 

of Jeremiah Naylor, of Wakefield; she died 30 Oct., 
1S47, having had 2 sons and 3 daughters (b). 
(U-2a) George (Lloyd), of Stockton Hall, Yorks ; born 
21 May, 17S7 ; died 12 March, 1863; married 17 May, 
1 8 10, Alicia Maria, daughter and eventual heiress of 
John Greame, Esq., of Sewerby House, Yorks (by his 
wife Sarah Yarburgh) ; she died 3 Jan., 1867, having 
had 4 sons and a daughter (c). 

(\c-ib) George John (Yarburgh), of Heslington Hall, 
Yorks., assumed the surname of Yarburgh, in lieu of 
his patronymic; born 28 July, 181 1; died 1874; 
married 23 July, 1840, Mary Antonia, daughter ol 
Samuel Cheetham Hilton, Esq., of Pennington, co. 
Lane, and had 2 daughters. 

(1) Mary Elizabeth (Yarburgh), married 8 May, 
1862, to her cousin George William Bateson, 
Esq., heir presumptive to Lord Deramore, and has 
issue (see page 656). 

(2) Susan Anne, married 25 Jan., 1865, to Charles 
Lethbridge, Esq., J. P. Somerset (see Foster's 
Baronetage), and has 2 sons and 5 daughters, 

Ambrose Yarburgh (Lethbridge), born 2 Nov., 
1874 ; Bertram Escott, born 5 June, 1878 ; 



; Dorothea; Elinor; Ruth; Susan, 
rgh Gar 
by House, Yorks, J.P. ; M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 



.M.iry 
ib) Ya 



(2c-/b) Yarburgh Gamaliel Lluyd-Grcame, of Sewer - 



1842 ; vicar of Dunston, co. Line. 1847-56 ; on his 
mother's death he assumed the additional surname 
of Greame; born 18 July, 1S13; married 7 May, 
1839, Editha Christian, 5th daughter of William 
Augustus Le Hunte, Esq., of Artramount, co. Wex- 
ford, and has had a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] Yarburgh George Lloyd-Greame,'born 15 June, 
1840 ; married, I Aug., 1869, Dora, daughter of 
Right Rev. James Thomas O'Brien, D.D , bishop 
of Ossory, Ferns, and Leighlin, and has 3 sons 
and 2 daughters, 



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Yarburgh, born 19 May, 1S72 ; Francis, born 

Aug., 1873; Philip, born 1 May, 1SS4; 

Editha ; Dora. * 

[2] Pattie Warburton, died 9 May, 1S70. 

[3] Edith Henrietta, died 20 April, iSw. 

[4] Maria (Lloyd-Graeme). 
(Zc-il>) Henry (Lloyd), in holy orders, born 31 May, 
1815 ; died 17 Nov , 1S62 ; married 30 Sept., 1S57 
Anne Eliza, daughter of Rev. Wm. Roy, D.D., 
rector of Skirbeck, co. Line, and had 2 sons and 
a daughter. 

[1] George William (Lloyd), born 3 March, 1S61. 

[2] Henry John Graeme, born 10 June, 1S62. 

[3J Alicia Margaret. 
[4c-/*] Edward (Lloyd), of Lingcroft, Yorks, born 27 
May, 1823 ; drowned when out hunting, in the fern- 
boat accident at Newby Ferry, Yorks, 4 Feb., 1S69; 
married 21 Sept., 1854, Rosabelle Susan, daughter 
of George Lloyd, Esq., of Cowesby Hall (see 
below), and had 3 daughters. 

(1) Georgina Rosabelle (Lloyd), married 15 July 
1879, to Guy St. Maur Palmes, 14th hussars," and 
has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Geoffrey St. Maur, born 26 Dec, 1S81 ; Guy 
Roger, bom 24 June, 1SS3 ; Cecil Muriel. 

(2) Edith Maria Greame, married 22 April, 1S79, 
to Frederick Reynard, Esq., of Sunderlandwick, 
and has 2 sons, 

Claude Edward, born 9 Feb. 1SS0. Algernon 
Horner, bom 1SS4, 

(3) Cecil Mary. 

[5c-/6] Alicia Maria (Lloyd). 
(U-2a) Edward Jeremiah (Lloyd), of Oldfield Hall, 
Cheshire, barrister-at-law, born 22 June, 1790; died 
s.p.s., 3 July, 1850: married 17 Nov., 1828, Eli/a, 
2nd daughter and co-heir of William Rigby, Esq., of 
Oldfield Hall, aforesaid ; she died 1859. 

(Zb-za) Elizabeth (Lloyd), married 1st, , to 

William Butler Laird, of Strathmartin, Dundee, capt. 
17th dragoons ; he died 26 August, 1810, leaving 
issue; she re-married to Robert Alison, of 

Dundee, and had further issue. 

(U-2a) Susannah Georgian.!, died Jan., 1S73, aged 89. 
(5b-2x) Mary Ann (Lloyd), married 4 Aug., 1S31, as 2nd 
wife to her cousin, Rev. Cecil I laniel Wiav (see below). 
[3a] Thomas (Lloyd), of Horsforth Hall, Yorks, lieut.- 
col. -commandant Leeds volunteers ; born 17 July, 1750; 
died at Kingthorpe House, Yorks, 7 April, 1S2S ; married 
27 March, 17S3, Ann, daughter of Walter Wade, Esq., 
of New Grange, Leeds, she died 21 Jan., 1S30, having 
had a son and daughter (d). 

(ld-ja) George (Lloyd), of Cowesby Hall, Yorks, born 

25 May, 1786; died 25 July, 1844 ; married 1st, 

2 Dec, 1S20, Marion Christina, 5th daughter of 

Alexander Maclean, Esq., of Coll, Argyllshire; she 

died s.p., 16 June, 1821 ; he married 2ndly, 7 fune, 

1S25, Elizabeth Henrietta, 2nd daughter o'f William 

Rookes Leeds Serjeantson, Esq., of Camp Hill, 

Yorks ; she died 10 April, 1SS1, aged 79, having had 

5 sons and 8 daughters. 

[1] Thomas William (Lloyd), of Cowesby Hall, 

Yorks, and of Spotland, co. Lane, J.P., D.L.; born 

8 Mar., 1826; married 27 Mar., 1S49, Elizabeth, 

Anne, 3rd daughter of Francis Eeynon Hacket, Esq., 

of Moor Hall, Warwickshire (see page 63S), and 

had a daughter. 

Gertrude Elizabeth, bom 9 Sept., 1S50; died 22 

May, 1 85 1. 

[2] George Walter Edward (Lloyd), capt. R.N. ; 

born 10 May, 1S2S; married 17 Oct., 1S76, Fannie, 

daughter of William Henry Powell, Esq., of New 

York, and has had 2 sons : a son born in Paris, 1 1 

June, 1S7S, died 29 Feb., 1SS0; William Alexander 

Charles, born 8 May, 1SS5. 



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[3] John George, died 13 Oct., 1S56. 

[4] Alexander Ogilvie, died 24 Oct., 1865. 

[5] Alfred Hart (Lloyd), born 28 Aug., 1837 ; 

married at Port Mackay, Queensland, 28 Mar ' 

18S3, Maria, sister of late Charles Walker, Esq!' 

of Dumbleton, Port Mackay, and has a daughter. 

Mary Eleanor Susan. 
[6] Caroline Anne. 

[7] Marianne Jane, married 9 April, 1S63, to 
Edward Bowen Cooke, major 83rd regt. (see Foster's 
Baronetage); he died 11 April, 1877, leaving 2 
daughters, 

Rosabelle Juliana, and Evelyn Mary (Cooke). 
[8] Elizabeth Juliana. 

[9] Rosabelle Susan, married 21 Sept., 1S54, to 
Edward Lloyd, of Lingcroft, who died 4 Feb., 1S69, 
leaving 3 daughters, named above. 
[10] Cecilia Amy. [11] Lucy Emma. 

[12] Isabella Harriet, died, 29 Nov. 1877. 
[13] Eleanor. 
(2d-sa) Marianne (Lloyd), died 24 Dec, 1823; married 
16 Nov., 1815, to John Priestley, Esq., of Thorpe, 
Halifax ; he died 1S58, leaving 2 daughters. 

[1] Elizabeth Marianne (Priestley), married 2 July, 
1S40, to John Rawson, of Brockwell, Yorkshire," and 
of Fallbarrow, Westmorland, and had an only child. 
Gertrude Elizabeth (Rawson), born 19 June, 1S4;; 
died 23 Dec, 1859. 
[2] Hairiet Susanna (Priestley), married 12 Oct., 
1843, to Frederick Edward Rawson, of Thorpe, 
Yorks (see Foster's Yorkshire Collection) ; he died 
16 Mav, 1S79, having had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Frederick Gerald Selwyn (Rawson), born 10 
Aug., 1S51. 

(2) John Selwyn (Rawson), bom 20 March, 1S58. 

(3) Florence Harriet Marianne (Rawson), born 1 
Feb., 1853; died 21 Oct., 1S61. 

[4s] Anne (Lloyd) died 1830, aged 85. 

[5a] Susannah, born 2 April, 1747 ; buried at St. Martin's, 
Micklegate, York, 25 Nov., 1830; married 15 Oct., 
1776, to Rev. Henry Wray, of Brogden House, and of 
Relfield, Yorks; D.L. West Riding; A.M. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. ; rector of Newton Kyme, Yorks ; vicar of 
Hatfield-Broad-Oak, Essex ; he died 3 March, 1814, 
having had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Cecil Daniel (Wray), of Kelfield, 1S15 ; M.A. 
Oxon ; canon of Manchester Cathedral, and rector of 
Runcton, Norfolk ; born 25 Jan., 1778 ; died 

; married 1st, 4 April, 1S04, Elizabeth, 2nd 
daughter of Joseph Thackeray, Esq., of Manchester; 
she died , 1S25 ; he married 2ndly, 4 Aug., 

1S31, his cousin, Marianne, 3rd daughter of George 
Lloyd, Esq., barrister-at-law; by his 1st wife he had 
3 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Cecil (Wray), incumbent of St. Martin-in-the- 
Fields, Liverpool ; born 4 Jan., 1S05 ; died, leaving 
issue. 

[2] George (Wray), born 9 Sept., 1S14 ; died 1SS2, 
leaving issue. 

[3] Henry, born 11 June, 1S23 ; married and died, 
s.p., 1S79. 

[4] Eliza, died 1S17. [5] Harriet. 

[6] Susanna Mary. [7] Louisa Georgiana. 

(2) George (Wray), A.M., rector of Leven, Yorks ; 
born 30 Oct., 17S1 : died 26 June, 1878, aged 96; 
married , 1S16, Caroline, daughter of William 

Wainman, Esq., of Carr Head, Yorks; she died 
Dec, 1S24 ; buried at Bentley, leaving an only son, 
William Henry (Wray), in holy orders; bom 

14 Oct., 1S17 ; died Trinity Sunday, 1S63; married 

15 June, 1S51, Mary, daughter of Charles Heaton 
Ellis, Esq., and had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Herbert George (Wray), of Wad worth Hall, 
Yorks., born 22 Nov., 1853. 



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(2) Cecil Henry (Wray), of Thurlby Hall, co. 
Lincoln; born I Aug., 1855; married 21 Feb., 
1S7S, Edith Catherine, daughter of Rev. George 
Clifford Pease (see Foster's Yorkshire Collection), 
and has 2 sons. 

Henry Cecil, born 11 Dec, 1878; Gerald 
Christopher, born 7 Sept., 1881. 

(3) Alice Emma (Wray) died 

(3) Harriet (Wray), born 2 April, 1786. 
[6,t] Elizabeth (Lloyd), died 2 Jan., 1840; married 
April, 1779, to Thomas Bateson, Esq., of Belvoir Park, 
co. Down (son of Thomas Bateson who sold the family 
property in Lancashire) ; he died 15 May, 1S11, leaving 
an only son, 

Sir Robert Bateson (descended in the 6th genera- 
tion from Thomas Bateson, of Garstang, Lancashire), 
high sheriff co. Down 1S09 ; created a baronet 18 Dec, 
1818; M.P. co. Londonderry 1S30-42; born 13 March, 
1780; died 21 April, 1S63, having married 27 April, 
1811, Catherine youngest daughter of late Samuel 
Dickson, Esq., of Ballynaguile, co. Limerick ; she died 
23 Dec, 1S73, having had 6 sons and 2 daughters (e). 
(If) Robert, born 29 March, 1S16 ; died unmarried 23 
Dec, 1843. 

(2f) Sir Thomas Bateson, of Belvoir Park and Moira 
Park, both co. Down, J. P., D.L. ; 2nd Bart., created 
Baron Deramore, of Belvoir, co. Down, Nov. 18S5, 
capt. late 13th light dragoons ; M.P. co. Londonderry 
1843-57, J-P-, D.L., Devizes since 1864; a junior 
lord of the treasury in 1852; born 4 June, 1S19; 
married 24 Feb., 1849, Hon. Caroline Elizabeth 
Anne Rice-Trevor, 2nd daughter of George, 4th Lord 
Dinevor, and has 2 daughters. 

[1] Eva Frances Caroline, married 4 March, 1871, 
to David Alfred Ker, of Montalto, co. Down 
capt. 12th lancers, who died 8 Dec, 1877, leaving 
4 daughters. 

Sybil Anna (Ker), Eva Winifrid Selina, Kathleen 
Eleanor Mary, Eva Cecil Violet. 
[2] Kathleen Mary, married 29 May, 1S77, to 
Walter Randolph, 2nd son of Sir Walter Rockliff 
Farquhar, Bart., and has a son, 

Walter Randolph FitzRoy (Farquhar), born 31 
May, 1878. 
(3<?) Samuel Stephen, of Cambusmere, Sutherlands. 
N.B., barrister-at-law; contested Ipswich, 1S52; born 
13 Oct., 1S21 ; died s.p. 9 March, 1S79, having 
married 25 July, 1854, Hon. Florinda Handcock, 
eldest daughter of Richard, 3rd Lord Castlemaine. 
(4,;) George William Bateson de Yarburgh, of Hesling- 
ton Hall, Yorks, J. P., D.L. ; he assumed the addi- 
tional name and arms of de Yarburgh by royal bcence 
15 April, 1876 ; heir presumptive to his brother's 
peerage ; born 2 April, 1823 ; married S May, 1S62, 
Mary Elizabeth, elder daughter and co-heir of late 
George John Yarburgh, Esq., of Heslington Hall, 
Yorks (see page 654) ; she died 22 Oct., 1SS4, having 
had with other issue 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Robert Wilfrid, born 5 Aug., 1S65, George Nicholas, 
born 25 Nov., 1S70, a son born 13 Oct., 1884. 
Mary Lilla. Katharine Hylda. 

(5«?) Richard, colonel 1st life guards; A.D.C. to F.M. 
H.R.H. Duke of Cambridge ; born 18 Dec, 1828. 
(6 t -) John, born 8 July, 1S32 ; married 27 June, 1S6S, 
Edith Elizabeth, 4th daughter of Charles John 
Pearse, Esq., s.p.s. 

(7f) Maria Catherine, died 6 Aug., 1S76, having 
married 4 Jan., 1838, to Sir Beresford Burston 
McMahon, Bart., capt. Scots guards, who died II 
Jan., 1873, having had 5 sons and 3 daughters. 

[1] Sir William Samuel McMahon, of Faccary House, 
co. Tyrone, 3rd Bart ; capt. 2nd life guards 1 S69- 
80 ; attache to British Legation at Florence, Munich, 
and Constantinople, 1S5S-62 ; born 9 Nov., 1839. 



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[2] Robert Bateson (McMahon) heir presumptive to 

the baronetcy ; born 5 Nov., 1840. 

[3] Beresford Burston, born 26 July, 1S49 ; married 

[4] Gerald Charles, born 3 Sept., 1851. 

[5] Lionel, barrister-at law, Inner Temple, 1S83, 

late 58th regt. of foot, born 30 June, 1856. 

[6] Catherine Charlotte, married 27 July, 1867, to 

Sir Edward Grogan, Bart., of Ballintyre Hall, co. 

Dublin; D.L. ; admitted to King's Inns, Hilary, 

1839 ; called to the bar 1840 ; M.P. city of Dublin, 

1841-65, and has a son and 3 daughters. 

(1) Edward Ion Beresford (Grogan), born 29 
Nov., 1873. 

(2) Maria Katharine Nina. 

(3) Sarah Madeleine. 

(4) Aileen Edward Sybil Teresa. 

[7] Frances Tomasine, married 3 Sept., 1863, to 
Joseph Gubbins, Esq., of Kilfrush, co. Limerick, 
and has at least 5 sons, 

Francis Joseph Beresford (Gubbins), born , 

1865. Frederick William Beresford, born , 

186S. Marcus Stamer Beresford, born , 

1884. Lucius Burston Beresford, born , 

1876. Quintus Evelyn Beresford, born 
1879. 
[8] Nina Gertrude, married 31 July, 1S71, to Rev. 
Arthur Gore Ryder, D.D., sub-dean of Christ 
Church Cathedral, Dublin, and has 5 sons and a 
daughter. 

Harrington Dudley (Ryder), born 26 Sept., 1872. 

Beresford Burston McMahon, born 27 May, 1877. 

Ralph St. George Gore, born 15 April, 1S79. 

Lionel Sitric Dudley, born 6 April, 1SS1. Henry 

Henry Hugh, born 8 April, 1SS3. Nina Beryl. 

(8.-) Elizabeth Honoria (Bateson), died II Feb., 

1862; married 7 Feb., 1S39, to lohn Neilson 

Gladstone, Esq., of Bowden Park, Wilts; M.P. 

Walsall 1S41, Ipswich 1S42-7, Devizes 1852-63 ; 

capt. R.N. (3rd son of Sir John Gladstone, Bart.); 

born iS Jan., 1807; died 7 Feb., 1S63, having had 

a son and 7 daughters. 

[1] John Evel>n ^Gladstonel, Royal Wilts yeomanry 
cavalry ; born 23 Nov., 1 855. 

[2] Catherine, married 2 June, 1SS1, to Very Rev. 
William Charles Lake, D.D. (1S70), dean of 
Durham 1S69; M.A. Balliol 1841, formerly fellow 
and tutor; public examiner at Oxford 1853-4; 
preacher at Chapel Royal, Whitehall ; commissioner 
of army education 1856, of popular education 
1858 ; rector of Huntspill 1S58-69, prebendary 
of (Combe in) Wells 1S60-69. 

[3] Anne Elizabeth Honoria, married 22 Aug., 
1 83 1, to Somerset Richard Lowry - Corry, 
K.C.M.G., 4th Earl Belmore, and Viscount of 
co. Fermanagh, and Baron Belmore, of Castle 
Coole ; elected an Irish representative Peer, 1856 ; 
P.C. Ireland ; under-sec of state, home depart- 
ment, 1S66-7 ; governor and com. -in-chief of New 
South Wales, 1S68-72 ; a commissioner of Irish 
intermediate education ; and has 3 sons and 8 
daughters, 

(1) Armar, Viscount Corry, born 5 May, 1870. 

(2) Hon. Cecil, born 20 Mar., 1873. 

(3) Hon. Ernest, born 23 Nov., 1874. 

(4) Lady Theresa. (5) Lady Florence. 
(6) Lady Madeline. (7) Lady Mary. 
(8) Lady Winifred. (9) Lady Edith. 

(10) Lady Violet, born 15 June, 18S1. 

(11) Lady Margaret, born 13 July, 1883. 
[4] Alice. [5] Clara Frances. 

[6] Constance Elizabeth, twin with 
[7] Edith Ellen, married 27 Oct., 1870, to 
William Alexander Dumaresq, M.A. Cantb. 
:-at-law, Inner Temple, J. P. St. Aubins, 



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"3 



Scone, N.S.W. (only surviving son of William 
Dumaresq) ; he died 28 May, 1SS0, having had 3 
sons and 2 daughters, 

John Sauraarez (Dumaresq), born 26 Oct., 1S73. 

Reginald George Fitzroy, born 2 Oct., 1S77. 

Herbert William, born 25 April, 1S79. 

Agnes Susan Elizabeth. Marion Edith. 

[8] Lucy Marion (Gladstone), married 29 April, 
1S76, to Reginald Henry Hardy, J. P., D.L., co. 
Stafford ; lieut. Stafford yeomanry cavalry ; barris- 
ter-at-law of the Inner Temple 1S73 (eldest son 
of Sir John Hardy, Bart., of Dunstall Hall, 
co. Stafford), and has had 3 sons, 

(1) Bertram (Hardy), born 11 Feb., 1877. 

(2) Eustace, born and died, Aug., 18S0. 

(3) Leonard Henry, born 12 May, 1SS2. 

/GAMALIEL LLOYD, of Leeds, Alderman, 
^"^ (Mayor 1790,) afterwards of Bury St. 
Edmunds, and lastly of London; born 26 May, 
1744 ; died 31 Aug., 1817 ; married 
Elizabeth, daughter of James Attwood ; she died 
July, 181 S, having had a son and 2 daughters (/), 

[1/] William Horton (Lloyd), of Catton, Yorkshire, &c, 
F.L.S.; born 10 Feb., 17S4; died 18 Feb., 1849; married 
13 April, 1S26, Mary, 4th and youngest daughter of 
George Whitelocke, Esq., of London (descended from Sir 
Bulstrode Whitelocke, ambassador to Sweden, 1663); 
she died iS Feb., 1SS2, aged 84, having had 2 sons, 

(1) Gamaliel, born 12 June, 1S27; died 6 Nov., 1S30. 

(2) George Whitelocke (Lloyd), first named, 
(see p. 654.) 

[2/] Mary Horton (Lloyd), died ; married 

, to Stephen John YVinthrop, M.D., of 
Little Bounds, Tunbridge, Kent; he died , 

having had 4 sons and 2 daughters (g), 

(\g-2f) Benjamin (Winthrop), of Hardenhuish, Wilts, 
J. P.; M.A. Clare Coll., Camb.; in holy orders ; born 
1S00; died 22 Sept., 1885, having married 
1S34, Anne, daughter of John Harvey 
Thursby, Esq., of Abington Abbey, Northants, and 
had 4 sons and 6 daughters. 

[1] Benjamin (Winthrop), of Ashley, Box, Wilts ; 
J. P., late lieut. 15th Hussars; born 26 Feb., 1S3S ; 
married June, 1S6S, Constance Ellen Susette, 

daughter ot John Christian Boode, Esq., of Lucknam, 
Wilts, and has at least 3 sons and 4 daughters. 
Walter Thursby, born Dec, 1S75 ; John 

Gerard, born Nov., 1876 ; Harvey Stephen, 
born Nov., 1S7S ; Beatrice Constance ; Maude 
Chrisiine; Cecil Margaret ; Monaca Mary. 
[2] Stephen, Capt. born ; died on 12 

Oct., 1867 ; married Louisa Dolores Jacoba, eldest 
daughter of J. Heath, Esq. 

[3] Edward (Winthrop), B.A., Wore. Coll., Oxon., 
1819 ; rector of W T olverton since 1S73. 
[4] Wdliam Young (Winthrop). 
[5] Marianne Emma. 
[6] Eleanor, died ; married 

, to Rev. Henry Courtney Courtney, 
M.A., Trim Coll., Oxon, vicar 01" Hatton, co. War- 
wick, since 1S75, rector of Wolverton, 1S64-73. 
[7] Emily. 

[8] Florence, married to F. Arm- 

strong, Esq. 
[9] Annie (Winthrop). 

[10] Constance Ella, married 9 Aug., 1SS1, as 2nd 
wife to Francis Nicholas Smith, Esq., of YVingrield 
Park, Derbyshire (see Foster's Peerage, B. Carring- 
tox) and has a daughter, born 31 March, 1S85. 
Ipg-zf) Stephen, died unmarried 



(3g-2f) Edward Gamaliel, died unmarried 
{lg-2f) William, died 

(bg-zf) Mary Ann (Winthrop), died 6 May, 1867; 
married 10 April, 1S26, to Rev. and Hon. Edward 
Pellew, hon. canon of Norwich, minister of St. Nicho- 
las, Yarmouth (son of Yice- Admiral Viscount Exmouth, 
G.C.B. ; see Foster's Peerage) ; he died 29 Aug., 1S69, 
having had 5 sons and 5 daughters (h). 

[U-jg] Edward Winthrop (Pellew), born 24 Jan., 

1830 ; died unmarried 9 Ian., 1SS1. 

[2/i-Jg] George Israel fi'Jllew . li.A. University Coll. 

Oxon, 1S54; curate of Peterston-Watlington since 

1876 ; chaplain at Avranches, Normandy, 1873-4, 

&c. ; born 10 Jan., 1S31. 

[Zh-5g\ Pownoll William (Pellew), com. R.N. ; born 

27 Jan., 1837 ; died 12 March, 1S72, having married 

20 June, 1S67, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. 

John Armstrong Bagnell, of Attana, Queen's co., and 

had a son, 

Edward Irving Pownoll, born 3 May, 1S68. 
[i/i-Jg] Fleetwood Hugo (Pellew), commissioner of 
the Dacca division, B.C.S.; born 13 Dec, 1S38 ; 
married 3 July, 1S69, Dorothy Mary, daughter of 
late Rev. Philip Anderson, chaplain Colaba, and has 
a son and 4 daughters, 

Fleetwood Hugo Pellew, bom 23 Dec, 1S71 ; 
Dorothy ; Margaret Alma ; Annie Helen, born 7 
Oct., 18S0 ; Caroline, born 29 Aug., 1SS2. 
[5/i-jg] Arthur Samuel (Pellew), born 29 Oct., 1841. 
[6/1 Jg] Elizabeth Julia (Pellew), married 19 Aug., 
1847, to Rev. James Richard Anderson, rector of 
Barningham, Norfolk, 1S66 ; rector of Matton and 
Felbrigge ; he died 29 May, 1S72, having had 3 
sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) James Winthrop Anderson, born 29 Aug., 1S51. 

(2) William Donald, born 2S Oct., 1853. 

(3) Arthur Robert, bora II Aug., 1859. 

(4) Mary Elizabeth. 

(5) Helen Margaret, died 

(6) Florence Lydia, married 16 May, 1S83, to 
Hugh Hornby, eldest son of Thomas Hornby 
Birley, Esq., of Manchester. 

(7) Georgina Gertrude. 

[TA-Sg] Mary Anne (Pellew). married 1 1 March, 1S52, 
.0 Robert Hill Pinney, puisne judge, High Court, 
Bombay, since 1873, and has had, with other issue, 
7 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Robert William Spottiswoode (Pinhey), barris- 
ter-at-law, Line. Inn, 1S77 ; advocate Bombay ; 
born 1S53. 

(2) Edward (Pinhey), engineer P. W. D., Kanara, 
Bombay ; bom 1S55. 

(3) Hugh Theodore, Indian Govt. Telegraph De- 
partment ; bom , 1858. 

(4) Alexander Fleetwood, lieut. 2nd batt. the 
King's (Liverpool) regt. ; bom , 1S61. 

(5) Arthur Francis, born , 1863. 

(6) Winthrop Molyneux, bom , 1S70. 

(7) Henry Pellew Douglas, born , 1872. 

(8) Charles Codrington, bom , 1874. 

(9) Emily, bom 1S57 ; married 1876, to 
William Bailey Langhorne, Esq. 

(10) Mary Georgiana, born , 1S6S. 
[8/i-S?] Emma Susan (Pellew), married25 July, 1S56, 
to William D'Oyly, Esq., late E.I.C.S., J. P. Notts 
and Sussex, and has 2 sons and 6 daughters. 

Guy Pellew D'Oyly, born 29 June, 1S64 ; Claud 
Pellew, born 25 April, 1S66; Maud Helen; Con- 
stance Frances ; Eyelyn Bruere ; Mabel Emily ; 
Sybil Margaret : Cecily Joane. 
[S/i-Jg] Frances Helen (Pellew), married 19 Aug., 
1858, to Rt. Hon. Sir Louis Mallet, P.C., C.B., 
unSer-sec India since 1S74 ; member Indian Council; 
1872-4; assist. -sec. Board of Trade, 1S66-72 ; and 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



has officiated as commissioner in negotiating com- 
mercial treaties with France (i860), with Austria 
(1865, 1866), and has 4 sons. 

Bernard Mallet, born 19 Sept., 1859 ; Stephen 
Pellew, born 26 Aug., 1S60; Louis rJu Par, born 
10 July, 1864; Hugo Eugene, born 9 Dec, 
1865. 
[10/i-jg] Georgina Caroline (Pellew), married 24 
April,'iS77, to Frederick Howard, Esq. 
(<og-2f) Elizabeth (Winthrop), married 25 Jan., 1843, 
to Charles Baring Young, Esq., of Oak Hill, East 
Barnet, Herts, and of London, merchant (see Foster's 
Baronetage) ; he died 10 Dec, 1882, having had 2 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

[1] Charles Edward Baring (Young), barrister-at- 
iaw, Inner Temple, 1876 ; born , 1850. 

[2] Arthur William Dalton. 
[3] Caroline. [4] Margaret. 

[3/] Anne Susanna Lloyd, died ; married 

10 June, 1806, to Leonard Horner, Esq , F.R.S.; he died 
March, 1864, leaving 6 daughters (i). 

(U-jf) Mary Elizabeth (Lady Lyell), died April, 
1873; married 12 July, 1832, to Sir Charles Lyell, of 
Kinnordy, Bart., so created 22 Aug., 1864, having been 
knighted about 1841 ; D.C.L., F.R.S., F.G.S., presi- 
dent of the Geological Society 1836-7, 1850-1 ; author 
of " Principles of Geology," "Antiquity of Man," &c ; 
died s.p. 22 Feb., 1875. 



{2i-jf) Frances Joanna (Lady Bunbury), married 31 

May, 1S44, to Sir Charles James Fox Bunbury, 8th 

Bart., high sheriff Suffolk 1868, s.p. 

(3?-?/) Anne Susanna (Horner). 

(ii-jf) Katharine Murray,married 1848, to 

Lieut. -col. Henry Lyell, 43rd Bengal native infantry; 

he died 5 Feb., 1S75, having had 3 sons and a daughter. 
[1] Leonard Lyell, of Kinnordy and Pitmuis, For- 
farshire, born 21 Oct., 1850 ; married 4 July, 1874, 
Mary, daughter of Rev. John Mayne Sterling, rector 
of Mangerville (see Foster's Baronetage), and has a 
son and 2 daughers. 

Charles Henry, born 18 May, 1875. Mary 
Leonora, Eleanor Katharine. 
[2] Francis Horner (Lyell), capt. 4th battalion the 
Gloucestershire regiment ; late lieut. 2nd West India 
regiment; born 11 Feb., 1852; married 12 Aug., 
1879, Emily Charlotte, daughter of Francis E. Guise, 
Esq., and has 2 sons and a daughter. 
Henry Guise (Lyell), born 14 Dec, 1881. 
Cecil, born 12 April, 1883. 
Violet. 
[3] Arthur Henry (Lyell), born 26 Nov., 1853. 
[4] Rosamond Frances Anne. 

(bi-3f) Leonora (Horner), married '853, to 

Chevalier Pertz, librarian of the Imperial Library, 

Berlin. 

(fii-Sf) Joanna Baillie (Horner). 



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•£- The * Descent * of ~4* 



His Honour Judge de Moleyns, Q.C 



Blooti Eogal 




of linglano. 



Edward III., crowned r 
Feb., 1327, b. 13 Nov., 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. 



Philippa, 3rd dau. of 
William, Count of Holland 
and Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 
1328, d. 15 Aug. 1369. 



Edmund, Duke of York, =f Isabel (1st wife), youngest 
K.G.,5thson, d. at Langley, j dau. and co-heir of Peter, 
J Aug. 1402. I King of Castile, m. 1372. 

Constance of Langley.=j=Thomas, 6th Baron le 
i Despencer, cr. Earl of Glou- 
cester, 1397, beheaded at 
I Bristol, 16 Jan. 1400. 



Isabel le Despencer, b. 26=f=Richard Beauchamp, Lord 
July, 1400, m. 27 July 141 1, I Bergavenny (1st husband), 
d. 26 Dec. 1440. cr. Earl of Worcester 1420, 

d. 1422. 



Sir Edward Nevill, sum. 
to pari, as Baron Berga- 
venny, 1450-72, d. 18 Oct. 
1476. 



Elizabeth Beauchamp, Ba- : 
roness Bergavenny, b. at 
Hanley Castle, 16 Dec. 
1415, d. 18 June, 1447 (1st 
fe). 



wife) 



Sir George Nevill, Lord=j=Margaret (1st wife), dau 



Bergavenny, sum. to pari. 
14S2-92, d. 20 Sept. 1492. 



d heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, 
of Sculton, d. 28 Sept. 
1485. 



Sir Edward Nevill, of=f=Eleanor, widow of Ralph, 
Addington Park, Kent, be- I 8th Lord Scrope, of Mas- 
headed on Tower Hill, 9 ham, dau. of Andrew, Lord 
Jan. 1538-9. Windsor. 

:=Catherine=rClement Throckmorton, of 

Royden (1st Nevill. I Hanley, Warwickshire, d. 



husband]. 



^19 Oct. 1594. 



continued ah&l'e. 



Martha Throckmorton. bur.=pGeorge Lynne, of South 
at South wick, 30 Dec. 1600, | wick Hill, Northants, bur. 
aged 49. I there 29 Nov. 1617. 



George Lynne, of South -=plsabel, sister of Sir Anthony 
wick Hall, d. 5 Nov. 1606. Forrest, of Morborn, Hunts, 
Knt. 



Martha Lynne=j=John Blennerhassett, of 
Ballyseedy, co, Kerry, M.P. 
Tralee, 1661. 



Thomas Blennerhassett, of=^Ellen, dau. of Anthony 
Littur, co. Kerry. I Stoughton, of Rattoo, co. 

Kerry. 



=Frederick Mullins, (is 
husband), d. 3 Oct., 1695. 



Martha Blennerhassett, m. : 
2nd to Henry Parr. 



William Mullins, of Burn-=j=M.iry, dau. of George Row- 
ham, Kerry, d. 3 May, | an, Esq., of Rathany, Kerry, 
1761. m. 10 June, 1716. 



Sir Thomas Mullins, of 
Burnham, created a baronet, 
1797, and Baron Ventry, 
1800, b. 1736, d. 1824. 



Elizabeth, only dau. of 
Townsend Gun, of Rattoo, 
co. Kerry, m. 5. Oct., 1755, 
d. 19 Jan., 1S23. 



Hon. Edward de Moleyns,=pElizabeth, dau. of Robert 
Major in the army, d. 31 | Hilliard, Esq., of Lisirim, 
July, 1841, aged 63. I co. Kerry, m. 11 Feb., 

I 1S05, d. 10 Feb., 1871. 



5deMoleyns,Q.C.=pTe 



County Judge, 
Bencher King's 1 
b. 24 Jan. 1807. 



April, 1 : 



.111. .if dj. 

K.x.c.r. 
1827,0. : 



shop de Moleyns, Edward Henry Guyon E 
lt of Burrington, de Moleyns, sol. to the J 
married twice. =F Bank of Ireland. =y 



Harriet, only 
" French. 
Dublin, m. 



ne- R. J. Berkeley, 
father, Q.C. =F Q.C, and 2nd to 

zK A. Carden. =r 
—I A 

Emmehne Theodora, m. 5 Dec. 
1S72 to Ma;. Loft us C-rhet ^in.^i 
ton, who died 1 May 1881. 



Vera, born 30 May, 1S80. 



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DAYROLLES BLAKENEY EVELEIGH- 
DE MOLEYNS, Baron Ventry and a 
Baronet; elected an Irish representative Peer 10 
July, 1871; lieut.-col. commandant Kerry militia 
since 1854; assumed the additional surname and 
arms of Eveleigh by r.l. 1874; 17™ in 
descent from Edward III. ; born 22 Jan. 
1828 ; married 12 Sept., i860, Harriet Elizabeth 
Frances, elder daughter of Andrew Wauchope, 
Esq., of Niddrie Marischal, Midlothian, and has 
5 sons and 4 daughters. 

[1] Hon. Frederic Rossmore Wauchope, lieut. 4th hussars 

1SS2, late 4th batt. Princess Victoria's (R. Irish fusiliers) 

regiment ; born 11 Dec, 186 1. 

[2] Hon. Arthur William, born 6 April, 1864. 

[3] Hon. Edward Dayrolles, born 31 March, 1871. 

[4] Hon. Richard Andrew, born 13 June, 1874. 

[5] Hon. John Gilbert, born 27 May, 1878. 

[6] Hon. Frances Elizabeth, married 21 March, 18S1, to 

Henry Francis, 4th Marquis Conyngram. 

[7] Hon. Mildred Rose. [8] Hon. Hersey Alice. 

[91 Hon. Maud Helen. 




The Descent of 

Right Hon. Dayrolles, Baron Ventry, 

from the Blood Royal of England. 




L 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, 
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 

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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 1 1 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 five years 
(for further particulars, see Royal Lineage, 
Foster's Peerage). The King died at Sheen, 
Surrey, 21 June, 1337, having had issue; their 
descendant, 

A/TARTHA BLENNERHASSETT (eldest 
daughter of Thomas Blennerhassett, of 
Littur (see page 639), married 1st, 1685, to 
Frederick Mullins (son of Colonel Frederick 
William Mullins, of Burnham, Kerry, M.P. 
Dingle 1692-5, Tralee 1695-9), he died in the 
lifetime of his father, 3 Oct., 1695, aged 32. 
His widow re-married to Henry Parr, of Tralee, 
and had 2 daughters, Theodora and Anne ; by 
her 1 st husband she had 2 sons and a daughter. 

[1] William, of whom presently. 

[2] Frederick, married and had issue. 

[3] Jane, married to Peter Ferriter, and had issue. 



W71LLIAM MULLINS, of Burnham, Kerry, 
" born 1691 ; died 3 May, 1761 ; married 
10 June, 1 7 16, Mary, daughter of George 
Rowan, Esq., of Rathany, Kerry (see page 
691), and had at least 4 sons and 4 daughters. 



[1] George. 

[2] Frederick, married Jane, daughter of Rev. Thos. 

Collis (by his wife Avice Blennerhassett), she re-married 

as 2nd wife to Rev. Arthur Herbert, of Cahirnane, 

and Currens, rector of Tralee (see pages 380 and 590). 

[3] Richard, 1733. 

[4] Sir Thomas, created a baronet 1797, and Lord 

Ventry in 1800, of whom presently. 

[5] Mary, married 3 April, 1740, to Captain Thomas 



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117 



Goddard, of the Earl of Rothes regt. ; he made his will 
21 Aug., 1756, proved 2 May, 1757; had 3 sons and a 
daughter, 

(1) Thomas (Goddard), buried at Dingle, iS Dec., 17S4. 

(2) George. (3) William. 

(4) Louisa, married 2 Feb., 1765, to Rev. John 
Blennerhassett, rector of Tralee (see page 593A). 

[6] Prances. 

[7] Anne, died 2 Sept., 1824, married to Samuel 

Crumpe, and had with 2 daughters 2 sons. 

(1) Samuel (Crumpe), of the Kerry Militia. 

(2) Francis. 
[8] Katherine. 

CIR THOMAS MULLINS, of Burnham, 
^ created a Baronet of Ireland 7 Dec, 
1797, and Baron Ventry, of Ventry, co. Kerry, 
in Ireland, 29 July, 1800; born 25 Oct., 1736 ; 
died n Jan., 1S24, having married 5 Oct., 1755, 
Elizabeth Margaret, only daughter of Townsend 
Gun, of Rattoo, co. Kerry (see page 593B) ; 
she died 19 Jan. 1823, having had 6 sons and 6 
daughters (a). 

[la] William Townsend, 2nd Baron, MP. Dingle, co. 
Kerry, 1S00 ; bom 25 Sept., 1761 ; died 5 Oct., 1S27, 
having married 1st, 12 Tuly. 17S4, Sarah Anne, daughter 
of Sir Riggs Falkiner, Bart. ; she died Nov., 178S. He 
married 2nd, 12 May, 1790, Frances Elizabeth, only 
daughter of Isaac Sage, Esq. (dissolved by Act of Par- 
liament March, 1796) ; he married 3rd, 10 Sept, 1 797, 
Clara, daughter of Benjamin Jones, Esq. ; she died 17 
Jan , 1837, having re-married April, 1S32, to Peter Fitz 
Gibbon Henchy. By his 1st wife he had a son and 2 
daughters (A). 

(lA-ia) Hon. Thomas (de Moleyns), born 12 Aug., 179S, 
died 31 May, 1817. 

{26-/a) Hon. Anne (de Moleyns), died married 

9 Feb., 181 1, to Richard Orpen-Townsend, of Ardtully, 
co. Kerry, he died leaving an only daughter. 

Anne Sarah (Orpen-Townsend), married 
to Adrian Taylor, Esq., of Ardtully, co. Kerry. 
(Zb-ia) Hon. Elizabeth (de Moleyns), died 20 April, 
1S20, married 17 Dec, 1S10, to Nicholas de la Cherois- 
Crommelin. of Carrowdore Castle.co. Down, J.P.,D.L ; 
High Sheriff 1821, and High Sheriff co. Antrim 1830 ; 
he died 28 March, 1S63, having had 3 sons and 4 
daughters (c). 

[lc-j/i] Samuel Arthur de la Cherois-Crommelin, of 
Carrowdore Castle, co. Down, ; High Sheriff, 1S52, 
J. P., D.L. ; born 25 Dec, 1S17 ; married 30 Oct., 
1845, Anna Maria, only daughter of John Graves 
Thompson, Esq., and has had 3 sons and 5 daughters. 

(1) Louis Nicholas, died Dec, 1869, aged 23. 

(2) Arthur Claude, died August, 1S69, aged 13. 

(3) Frederick Armand, born 7 Nov., 1S61. 

(4) Lucy Marguerite. (5) Maria Henrietta. 
(6) Caroline Anna. (7) Florence Frances. 
(8) Evelyn Angelique. 

[2c-ji] Nicholas de la Cheiois-Crommelin, of 
Rockport, Cushenden, Lame ; born 7 March, 1S19; 
married 8 Jan., 1S51, Annie, 2nd daughter of Andrew 
Mulholland, Esq., of BaUy Walter Park, co. Down, 
and has 3 sons and 8 daughters. 

(1) Thomas William, born 1862. 

(2) Nicholas. [3] Andrew. 

[3<r-j>£] William Thomas de la Cherois-Commelin, 
B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1S39 ; vicar of Pawlett, 
since 1875; incumbent of Comber, co. Down, 
1S51-6S; Vicar of Henlow, Beds, 1S6S-75 ; born 
14 Feb., 1820; married 23 Oct., 1855, Matilda, 



daughter William Cairns, Esq. (see Earl Cairns, 
"Foster's Peerage), she died 29 Oct , 1856, leaving a 
daughter, 

Matilda Helen, married 23 Nov, 1S76, to 
Pelham Spencer Greenhill, Esq., of Knowle Hall, 
Somerset, and has 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

Pelham Benjamin Knowle (Greenhill), bom 21 
May, 1S81 ; Hugh Lionel, born 29 Aug., 18S3 ; 
HelenMary ;CecilJuliette ;MaudEthel Ma-ie. 
[4r] Anne Sarah, married 28 May, 1856, to Rev. 
Frederick Flood, B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1S4S, 
rector of the Rosses, co. Sligo, since 1869. vicar of 
Kilmood, 1S51-69, rural dean, canon of Elphin, 
member of General Synod, &c, s.p. 
[5c] Maria Matilda. [6c] Clara Suzanne, died young. 
[7c] Elizabeth Emily, married 12 July, 1S40, to 
John Robert Irwin, Esq , of Carmgh House, 
co. Armagh, J. P., High Sheriff 1844, served in 
25th & 63rd regts., 2 medals for services at Guada- 
loupe and West Indies ; he died 10 March, 1872, 
having had 5 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) William Arthur Irwin, of Carnagh House, 
co. Armagh, J. P., late capt. nth regt. ; born 9 
June, 1S41 ; married 1870, Eliza, daugh- 
ter of Major Browne. 

(2) Delacherois Thomas (Irwin), Col. Com- 
mandant of Artillery, Canada ; bom ; 
married Isabella, daughter of 
Robert Hamilton, of Hamwood, Quebec. 

(3) John Frederick, capt. 57th regt., born 17 
Sept., 1S47; married iS June, 1SS4, Annie, 
daughter of Richard Stanistreet, M.D., of Mala- 
hide, Ireland. 

(4) Fitz J. Robert, born ; died 

Dec. 1SS2 ; married Sarah, daughter of 
Andrew Murray Ker, of Newlip, co. Monaghan. 

(5) Edmund Herbert, born 

(6) Elizabeth Emily. (7) Alice Anna Clata. 
[2a] Hon. Townsend, born 19 March, 1763; died 

1799. having married 17841 Christabell.i, 

daughter of Solomon Dayrolles, Esq., of Henley Park, 
Surrey, gentleman of the privy chamber to GEORGE II. 
and HI. ; she died having had an only son, 

Thomas Townsend Arernberg, 3rd Baron [see 
p. 664.) 
[3.;] Hon. Thomas, lieut-col. in the army ; d. s.p. 
February, 1S23, having married iS July, 1S10, 
widow of Major-gen. Archer, and daughter of \\ illiam 
Reader, Esq. 

[4a] Hon. Richard, capt. 31st regiment, served in the 
West Indies and in the Walcheren expedition ; married 
2 October, 179S, Jane Guyon Gray, and had 2 sons and 
4 daughters, {if) 

{\d-4a) Richard Townsend, died 1850; 

married Sept., 1S37 Charity, daughter of William 
Collis, Esq., of Lismore, Kerry (see MacGili.icuddy, 
FedUree, p. 62S), she died 5 Nov., 1S47, leaving a son. 

Guiscarde Henry, died 26 March, 1S59, aged iS. 
(2J-4a) Ventry, died iS49- 

(3./- 4a) Jane, died 5 Jan. 1S66 : married 1st, 9 June, 
1823, to Richard John Sutcliffe Mellin, Esq., of 
Wakefield ; he died leaving issue ; she 

re-married, 17 March, 1S40, to James Henley, 14th 
dragoon guards. 

(id-4a) EUza, died 13 Nov. 1S59. 
(5d- 4 a) Sarah, married Nov. 1829, to Arthur 

Thomas Blennerhassett, Esq., ofTralee, and had, with 
other issue (see page 56S). _ 

(1) Evelvn Florence, y .ringed daughter, married 16 
July, 1S72, to William Townsend de Moleyns, ; see 
next page. 
(6J-4a) Madeline, married 10 April, 1S67, to Archibald 
S. Chartres, C.E. 
[5a] Hon. Edward, major in the army, J.P., D.L., co. 



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The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



Kerry; died 31 July, 1S41, aged 63, having married II 
February, 1S05, Elizabeth, daughtei of Robert Hilliard, 
Esq., of Listrim, co. Kerry (see page 602) ; she died 10 
February, 1871, having had 3 sons and 2 daughters, (<?) 
(le-ja) Thomas, Q.C., County Court Judge, Ireland ; 
called to the bar, King's Inns, 1831 ; bencher, 1S64 ; 
J. P. cos. Roscommon, Kerry, Tipperary, and Limer- 
ick; chairman of quarter sessions, co. Kilkenny ; born 
24 January, 1S07 ; married II January, 1S27, Jemima, 
daughter of William Robert Broughton (see Foster's 
Baronetage), capt. R.N., C.B.; she died 7 April, 1883, 
having had 2 £ons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Edward Charles, major R.E.,died unmarried 17 
Aug., 1856. 

[2] Townsend Aremberg, lieut-col. R.A., 1881 ; 
major 1872-81 ; served at the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, medal with clasp, and Turkish medal ; born 
20 June 1838 ; married 5 June, 1S66, Selina Harriet, 
only daughter of Henry Sneyd French (see B. de 
Freyne in Foster's Peerage), of Clonsilla, Dublin, 
and has a son and daughter. 

Richard Philip Aremberg, born 13 Dec, 1881 ; 
Vera, born 30 May, 18S0. 
[3] Rose Gertrude, died I Feb., 1869, having 
married 24 Nov., 1864, as 1st wife to Lieut. -col. 
George Eyre Massy (see B. Massy in Foster's 
Peerage), of Riversdale, co. Limerick, and had a 
son 

Hugh Hamon George, born 17 March, 1867. 
[4] Emmeline Theodora, married 5 Dec, 1872, 
to Loftus Corbet Singleton, major 92nd (Gordon) 
Highlanders, served in Afghan campaign 1SS0, with 
General Roberts in his memorable march from Cabul 
to Candahar, and subsequent engagements ; mentioned 
in despatches ; served in Boer campaign, and died 1 
May, 1SS1, of wounds received in the engagement at 
Majuba Hill. He had 2 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Henry Townsend Corbet Singleton, born 27 
Jan., 1874. 

(2) Loftus Corbet, born 24 Nov., 1879; died 
14 Feb. following. 

(3) Violet Theodora. 

(2e-ja) William Bishop, M.A., Camb. 1866 ; Preb. of 
Wells Cathedral 1876; vicar of Burrington, Somersets, 
since 1871 ; hon. chaplain 27th Somerset R.V. ; born 4 
March, 1821 ; married 1st, 6 Oct., 1846. Sarah Anne, 
eldest daughter of Thomas Clark, J. P., of Belle- 
field, Trowbridge, Wilts. ; she died 3 July, 1872. He 
married 2nd, 5 Aug., 1873, Clara Louisa Elizabeth, 
eldest daughter of George Thomas Pollard, Esq., 
of Hundhill, Yorks (see page 634). By his 1st wife he 
had 2 sons and 4 daughters. 
[1] Thomas Edward, B.A. Oxon.;born 20 Oct , 1847; 
married 16 May, 1S77, Kathleen, 4th daughter of 
James Pike, J. P. S 

[2] Alured Bayfield, M.A. Queen's Coll., Oxon., 
1880 ; curate of Fleetwood, 1SS4 ; born 5 Nov., 1S51. 
[3] Elizabeth Clara. [4] Emily Madeline. 

[5] Alice Vere. 

[6] Helen Margaret, died 27 Nov., 1879. 
(Se-ja) Edward Heniy Guyon, solicitor to the Bank 
of Ireland; born I Jan., 1823; married IO Aug., 
1858, Maria Louisa, eldest daughter of Edward Day 
Stokes, Esq., of Tralee (see page 440) ; she died 15 
March, 1862, having had a son and 2 daughters. 

[1] Edward Henry, born 17 Sept., 1859; married 
3 Sept., 1879, Florence Evelyn, eldest daughter of 
late Francis Pierson, Esq., of Egerton Lodge, 
Cheshire (granddaughter of Sir John Baker, Bart ) ; 
s. p. 

[2] Edith Anne. [3] Maria Louisa. 

(ie-fa) Elizabeth Jemima, died 4 Feb., 1849, having 
married 8 Aug., 1842, to John Pennefather, Q.C. 
(son of Right Hon. Richard Pennefather, baron of the 



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exchequer Ireland) ; he died 8 April, 1855, leaving 2 
sons and a daughter. 

(1) Alfred Richard Pennefather, Receiver for the 
Metropolitan Police District, 1S83 ; entered Home 
Office, 186S ; born 10 March, 1845 5 married 9 May, 
1867, Thomasina Cox, youngest daughter of late 
Thomas Cox Savory, Esq., of London, s.p. 

(2) Somerset Edward, M.A., vicar of Jesmond, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, since 1882, of Kenilworth, 
1875-82, of Christ Church, Wakefield, 1874-5 ; b ° rn 
I March, 1848 ; married 21 July, 1870, Catherine 
Emily, daughter of late Thomas Cox Savory, Esq., 
of London, and has 3 sons and a daughter. 

William John Somerset (Pennefather), born 8 June, 
1876; Claud Maxwell, born 26 1S78 ; Edward Cyril, 
born 24 Aug. 1881 ; Evelyn Maud Pennefather. 
(3) Dora Mellicent, married 13 March, 1883, to 
James Lane, Esq., and has a daughter, 
Dora Evelyn (Lane). 
(be-Sa) Clara Maria, married 1st, Oct., 1837, 
to Robert James Berkeley, Q.C., who died 31 Oct., 
1873 ; she re-married 21 June, 1876, as 2nd wife, to 
Andrew Carden, of Barnane, co. Tipperary, who died 
Nov., 1876. 
[6<i] Hon. Frederick Ferriter, in holy orders ; died 30 Dec. , 
1S32, aged 54, having married 6 Dec, 1800, Elizabeth, 
only daughter and heir of William Croker, Esq., of 
Johnstown, co. Cork ; she died having had 

3 sons (/). 

(1/-6<i) Frederick William, of Beaufort House, co. 
Kerry, M.P., 1831-7; born 29 June, 1S04; d.s. p. 17 
March, 1S54, having married Oct., 1S26, Lucia, 

eldest daughter of Capt. William Robert Broughton, 
R.N., C.B. (see Foster's Baronetage.) 
(2/-6a) William, rector of Killorglin, rural dean ; born 
15 July, 1S06 ; died 5 March, 1863, having married 30 
Aug., 1848, Kate Maria Rochfort, daughter of Capt. 
John Rae, late 72nd highlanders, and had 2 sons and 3 
daughters. 

[1] William Townsend, late 50th (Q.O.) regiment; 
born 16 July, 1850 ; married 16 July, 1872, his 
cousin Evelyn Florence, youngest daughter of 
Arthur Thomas Blennerhassett, Esq., of Tralee. co. 
Kerry, by his wife, Sarah Mullins (see page 56S), 
and has a son and daughter, 
William Frederick, born 1 Dec, 1874. 
Evelyn Florence, born 9 Dec. 1877. 
[2] Alured Aremberg, born 3 March, 1854. 
[3] Rose Blanche, married 2 Jan., 1873, to 
William Phibbs, capt. 54th regiment, adj. Keny 
militia, and has 2 sons and a daughter. 

Bertram Owen Frederick Phibbs, born 2 Jan., 

1874 ; Alured Ventry, born 27 May, 1878 ; Ethel 

Rose. 

[4] Kate Clara, married 11 April, 1874, to Harry 

D'Arch Breton, capt. R E-, and has had 2 sons and 

a daughter. 

Hubert William Breton, born 6 April, 1S75 
Lionel Alured, born 4 June, 1S76 ; died 23 Aug 
1879 ; Adeline May, born 25 Dec, 1880. 
[5] Edith Agnes. 
(S/-6a) Alured, died unmarried 3 Aug. , 1859. 
[7a] Hon. Theodora, married 1772, to Edward Brice, 
Esq., of Scoutbush and Kilroot, co. Antrim, and had 2 
sons and 4 daughters (g). 

{lg-?a) Edward Bruce of Scoutbush and Kilroot, co. 
Antrim, J. P., High Sheriff, 1836, resumed by royal 
licence the original surname of Bruce ; born 27 March, 
1783, married 29 Oct., 1807, Maria, eldest daughter of 
James Coghlan, Esq., of Castlegar, co. Mayo ; and 
had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

[1] Edward (Bruce), in holy orders ; born 16 ' 
Nov., 181 1 ; married Maria, eldest daughter of late 
lieut.-col. Head, of Derry Castle, co. Tipperary. 



<$~ The * Descent * of ~4* 



119 



Alfred Richard Pennefather, Esq., 



matin Eogal 




of Englantr. 



Edward III., crowned i=prhilippa, 3rd dau. of 
Feb., 1327, b. 13 Nov., I William, Count of Holland 
1312, d. 21 June, 1377. I and Hainault, m. 24 Jan. 
132S, d. 15 Aug. 1; ' 



Edmund, Duke of York,=fIsabel (1st wife), youngest 
K.G.,5thson, d.at Langley, j dau. and co-heir of Peter, 
I King of Castile, r ' 



.,5ths 
1 Aug. 1402. 



Constance of Langley. 



1372. 

Thomas, 6th Baron le 
Despencer, cr. Earl of Glou- 
cester, 1397, beheaded at 
Bristol, 16 Jan. 1400. 



Isabel le Despencer, b. 26=p Richard Beauchamp, Lord 



July, 1400, m. 27 July 1411, 
d. 26 Dec. 1440. 



Bergavenny ( 
cr. Earl of Wi 
d 



Elizabeth Beauchamp, Ba-=j=Sir Edward Nevill, sum. 



Bergavenny, b. 
Hanley Castle, 16 Dec. 
1415, d. iS June, 1447 (1st 
wife). 



Sir George Nevill, Lord : 
Bergavenny, sum. to pari. 
14S2-92, d. 20 Sept. 1492. 



to pari, as Baron Berga- 
venny, 1450-72, d. 18 Oc: 
1476. 



= Marg.iret (1st wife), dau. 
and heir of Sir Hugh Fenne, 
of Sculton, d. 28 Sept. 
14S5. 



Edward Nevill, of=j=EIeanor, widow of Ralph, 



Addin-ton Park, Kent, be- 
headed on Tower Hill, 9 
Jan. 1538-9- 



Sth Lord Scrope, of Mi 
ham, dau. of Andrew, Lord 
Windsor. 



:=Catherine=rClement Throckmorton, of 

Royden (1st Nevill, Hanley, Warwickshire, d. 
husband). ^19 Oct. 1594. 



Martha Throckmorton, bur.=j=George Lynne, of South- 
atSouthwick,3oDec. 1600, I wick Hall, Northants, bur. 
aged 49. I there 29 Nov. 1617. 



e, of South -=plsabel, sister of Sir Anthony 
5 Nov. 1606. I Forrest, of Morborn, Hunts, 
Knt. 



Martha Lynne=f John Blennerhassett, of 
Ballyseedy, co, Kerry, M.P. 
Tralee, 166 1. 



Thomas Blennerhasset, of=j=Ellen, dau. of Anthony 
Littur, co. Kerry. Stoughton, of Rattoo, co. 



Kerry. 



Martha Blennerhassett, m.=f Frederick Mullins, (1st 
2nd to Henry Parr. I husband), d. 3 Oct., 1695. 



William Mullins, of Burn- 
ham, Kerry, d. 3 May, 
1761. 



=rMary, dau of George Row, 
, Esq., of Rathany, Kerry- 
10 June, 1716. 



Sir Thomas Mullins, of=j=EIizabeth, only 
Burnham.createdabaronet, Townsend Gun, 



of Rattoo, 
1. 5 Oct., 1755, 

S23. 



1797, and Baron Ventry, | < 
1S00, b, 1736, d. 1824. I 1 



Hon. Edward de Moleyns,=f Elizabeth, dau. of Robert 
Major in the army, d. 31 1 Hilliard, Esq., of Listrim, 
July, 1S41, aged 63. co. Kerry, m. 11 Feb., 

I 1S05, d. 10 Feb., 1S71. 



ThomasdeMoIeyrv-.Q.C. William Bishop de Moleyns, Ec 



Somerset, married I 



idward Henry Guyon Elizabeth Jemii 
Moleyns, sol. to the m. 8 Aug. 1S42 
=F 4 Feb. 1849. 



Bank of Ireland. 



i,=rJohn Penne- Clara, m. . 

1. j father, y.C., J. Bcrkele 

d. 8 April, and 2nd to 



Alfred Richard Penne-^Thomasina Cox, youngest Somerset Edward 

father, receiver for the daughter of late Thomas father, M. A., 

Metrop.-I. I'.-hce District, Cox Savory, Esq. of Lon- mond since 

1883, b. 10 March, 1S45. don, m. 9 May, 1867. March, 1848, 

William, b. 8 June, 1876. Claud 1S78. Edward Cyril, 



d Penne-=F Cat 
arof jes- I late 
!2, b. 1 Esq 



Catherine Emily, dau. of 
Thomas C,,\ Savory, 
Esq., m. 21 July, 1S70. 



lel.icen,, m.^Jamts 
h, 18S3, I Lane, 
(Esq. 

Dora Evelyn Lane. 



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120 



The Descendants of the Kings of England. 



[2] James Alexander (Bruce), born 5 Jan., 1826. 

[3] Marianne. [4] Rose. 

(2gya) Thomas Richard (Brice), R.N., born April, 
1790; died s.p. married 181 7, Jane Suzanne, 

2nd daughter of Samuel de la Cherois-Crommelin, Esq., 
of Carrowdore Castle, co. Down. 
(Zg- ya) Rose, married 1S01, as 2nd wife, to Sir John 
Blake, of Menlough Castle, co. Galway, nth Bart., 
who died 1S34, having had a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] John Brice (Blake), capt. 47th regt. ; married 
, Elree. 

[2] Elizabeth Theodora (Blake), died 25 Oct., 

1879; married 18 Aug., 1821, to Thomas, 3rd 

Lord Ventry, who died 18 Jan., 1868. 

[3] Jane Margaret, died 8 May, 1842 ; married 
, 1S29, as 2nd wife to Rev. Denis 

Mahony, of Dromore Castle, co. Kerry, who died 

21 April, 1S51 (see also Day pedigree, page 444), 

having had 4 sons and 2 daughters. 

(1) Denis (Mahony), died unmarried July, 1S51. 

(2) Edward (Mahony), died unmarried 

(3) Henry (Mahony), living unmarried. 

(4) John (Mahony), died unmarried 

(5) Rose (Mahony), died 20 July, 1870; married 
1st, June, 1852, to John, 2nd son of Right Hon. 
Richard Pennefather, baron of the exchequer 
Ireland ; he died ; she re-married 
23 Sept., 1858, to Vice admiral the Hon. Henry 
Carr Glyn, C.B., C.S.I., A.D.C. to the Queen 
1S73-7; capt. of H.M.S. Serapis, when H.R.H. 
the Prince of Wales visited India, 1875-6 ; capt. 
successively 1S6S-75 of H.M.S. Doris, Warrior, 
Agincoitrt, and Duke of Wellington (see Foster's 
Peerage) ; he died Feb., 18S4, having had 2 sons 
and 2 daughters. 

Henry Richard (Glyn), born 18 July, 1S61 ; 
Frederick, born 24 Sept., 1864; RoseRiversdale; 
Alice Coralie. 

(6) Margaret (Mahony), married 18 Oct., 1S66, 
as 2nd wife to Comr. the Hon. Reynolds Moreton, 
late of Lindridge House, co. Leicester, 4th son of 
Henry, 2nd Earl of Ducie (see Foster's Peerage), 
and has had a son and 3 daughters. 

Reginald Ducie (Moreton), bom 28 Jan., 
1S69 ; Lilly Florence ; Mabel Evelyn ; Grace 
Ruth Kathleen, died 9 March, 1880. 
[4] Arabella (Blake), born 29 May, 1S07 ; married 
1st, 7 Dec, 1827, to Sir Hugh James Moore 
O'Donnell, Bart., who died 29 July, 1S2S, and had 
a posthumous daughter, Arabella; Lady O'Donnell 
re-married 1830, to John O'Hara, Esq., of 

Raheen, co. Galway, and had a son and 2 daughters. 

(1) Robert (O'Hara), born 17 March, 1836; 
married October, 1865, Frances, daughter 
of Colonel Power, and has a daughter, Kathleen. 

(2) Frances Anne (0'IIara), married 1 Aug., 
1849, to William Wallace Hozier, of Newlands 
and Barrowfield, co. Lanark, J. P., D.L., convener 
of the county ; formerly lieut. 'Scots greys, and 
had a son and 3 daughters. 

[1] James Henry Cecil (Hozier), born 4 April, 

185 1 ; married 24 May, 1880, Lady Mary 

Louisa Wellesley Cecil, daughter of William 

Alleyne, 3rd Marquis of Exeter. 

[2] Arabella Rose Evelyn. 

[3] Catherine Rose. [4] Mary Houghton. 

(3) Rose (O'Hara), died 29 Jan., 1866; married 
28 June, 1859, as 1st wife to William Forbes, of 
Callendar, co. Stirling, N.B., and had issue. 

(4 ? - -ja) Eliza (Brice), mrd. R. O'Connell, staff-surgeon. 
(5i,'-7a) Theodora (Brice), Trevor Hill, Esq. 
(Gg-ya) Charlotte (Brice), married , to Thomas 

Johnson Smyth, Esq., of Lisburn, and has issue. 
[8a] Hon. Elizabeth, died 29 Oct., 1844; married 



June, 1780, to Richard Blennerhassett, Esq., of Bally- 

macprior and had issue (see page 567). 

[9a] Hon. Arabella, died Dec. 1821 ; married Feb. 

1780, to Richard MacGillycuddy, of the Reeks, who 

died s.p. 19 Nov., 1826 (see page 627). 

[10a] Hon. Charlotte, died s.p. 29 April, 1816, married 

2 May, 1792, to Richard Pierse Mahony, Esq., of 

Dromore, co. Kerry. 

[11a] Hon. Catherine, died ; married 

28 Dec, 1794, to Capt. James Hozier. 

[12a] Hon. Helen Jane, died 24 Dec, 1846; married 

Sept., 1799, to Arthur Blennerhassett, Esq , of Blenner- 

ville (see page 575). 

"THOMAS TOWN SEND AREMBERG, 3rd 
Baron, assumed the surname of De Moleyns 
in lieu of Mullins by royal licence, 16 Feb., i84t ; 
born Jan., 1786; died 18 Jan., 1868, 

having married 18 August, 182 1, Elizabeth 
Theodora, eldest daughter of Sir John Blake 
Blake, Bart., aforesaid ; she died 25 October, 
1879, having had with other issue 4 sons 
and 4- daughters. 

[1] Sir Dayrolles Blakeney, 4th and present Baron. 

[2] Hon. Frederick William, b. 24 July, 1835; d - 1882. 

[3] Hon. Edward Alured, late capt. Kerry militia, born 

25 Nov., 1836. 

[4] Hon. Denis John, late lieut. 23 R.W. fusiliers ; served 

in Ashantee War, 1S74, medal, with clasp ; bom 12 May, 

1844. 

[5] Hon. Christabella Rosetta, married 9 June, 1844, to 

Charles Hawkey, com. R.N. (retired), and has a son, 

Charles F Dayrolles Hawkey, born 12 June. 1S46. 
[6] Hon. Rose, married 3 March, 1S47, as 2nd wife, to 
Richard Chute, of Chute Hall, and Blennerville, co. 
Kerry; he died 13 Sept., 1862, having had (by this 
marriage) 2 sons and 4 daughters. 

(1) Thomas Aremberg Chute, born 14 Oct., 1853. 

(2) Richard Trevor, lieut. 66th foot, b. 17 Sept., 1S56. 

(3) Marian, married 11 Nov., 1879, to William Shakoor, 
of Ani Zahalta, Mount Lebanon, Syria. 

(4) Theodora Eliza. '5) Rose. (6) Arabella Emily. 
[7] Hon. Fliza, married 20 Aug., 1S50, to Rev. Henry 
Joy Tombe, B.D., canon of Christchurch Cathedral, 
Dublin, and has 2 sons and 3 daughters. 

(1) Henry Aremberg (Tombe), born , 1853. 

(2) Thomas Aremberg, born , 1856. 

(3) Eliza Theodora. 

(4) Thomasina Georgina, married n May, 1882, to 
John Fane Vernon, Esq., M.A., barr.-at-law (see 
"Foster's Peerage). 

(5) Helen Emily. 

[8] Hon. Helena Emily, married 22 June, 1865, to 
Edward James Saunderson, Esq., of Castle Saunderson, 
co, Cavan M.P. ; high sheriff 1859; major Cavan mil., 
and has 4 sons and a daughter. 

(1) Somerset (Saunderson). 

(2) Edward. 

(3) Armar. 

(4) John Vernon. 

(5) Rosa. 

Arms— Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Sa., on a chief erm. three fusils gu. 
De Moleyns. 2nd and 3rd, Per pale or and sa., two chevronnels 
between three griffins passant counterchanged, Eveleigh. 
Crests— 1st, The bust of a savage ppr. De Moleyns. 2nd, A 
goat's head erased per chevron or and sa., holding a branch of laurel 

^' 1 t.'Kters — Two lions or, ducally gorged and chained az. 

Motto — Vivere sat vincere. 

Seat — Eurnham House, Dingle, Kerry. 



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