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Lacox, John EDirrsD, Esq. of Diintviine, co. 
orfar, J.P., b. 2 Nov. 1810 ; m. 14 May, 184-4, 
louisa Matilda, dau. of Edward Shewell, Esq., and 
ad an only son, 

Frederick Graham, 6. 7 June, 1849, Lieut. 17th regt. ; m. 
1875, Annie Margaret, dau. of the Ven. Arthur Macdonald 
Hopper, Archdeacon of Norwich, and is deceased. 

yLilXtilQt. — The Grahams of Duntrune, and the Grahams 
f Claverhouse were descended from a common ancestor, John 
raham of Claverhouse, who was the 2nd son of Sir Robert 
raham of Kincardine, chief of the name (ancestor of the 
'ukes of Montrose), who in 1406 m. the Lady Mary, dau. of 
oBEBT III., King of Scotland. When the lines of Graham of 
laverhouse. Viscounts Dundee, became extinct, the Grahams 
f Duntrune succeeded as nest of kin. 

John Gbaham, Esq. of Claverhouse and Duntrune (2nd son 
f Sir Robert Graham of Fintry), obtained from Archibald, 
,arl of Angus, a charter of the lands of Balargus, co. Forfar, 
[e m. Matilda, dau. of Sir James Scrimgeour, Constable of 
>undee, and was s. by his son, 

John Graham, of Balargus, who acquired, 1530, the lands of 

irkton, and subsequently those of Claverhouse. He m. 
Targaret, dau. of John Bothune, of Balfour, and had a son and 

John Graham, of Claverhouse, living 1541, m. Anne, dau. 
. Robert Lundin, of Balgony, in Fife, and was s. at his decease, 
bout 1580, by his eldest son, 

Sib William Graham, of Claverhouse, d. 1642, leaving, by 
larian his wife, dau. of Thomas Fotheringhamc, of Powrie, 
ivo sons, 

George, his heir, of Claverhouse, d. 1615, leaving two sons. 
The elder, Snc William Gbaham, of Claverhouse, was 
father of John Graham, the heroic Graham of Claverhouse, 
"Viscount Dundee, killed at KiUiecrankie, 26 May, 1689 (see 
Bubke's Lxtinct Pccraf/e). 

Walteb, ancestor of the Gbahams of Duntrune. 

lir William was s. by his 2nd son, 

Walter Graham, Esq. of Duntrune, m. 1630, Elizabeth, 
istcr of Alexander Guthrie, Esq., and was father of David 
iRAHAM, of Duntroon, who d. 1706, leaving a son, 

William Graham, of Duntrune, who assumed at the decease 
if David, 3rd Viscount Dundee, the title of Viscount, as heir 
Male of the gallant Claverhouse. He was out in 1715, and 
ttainted by Act of Parliament. His eldest son, 

James Graham, of Duntrune, likewise assumed the title, 
cined in the rising of 1745, and was also attainted of treason. 
'jTviously, however, 1735, he had sold Duntrune to his uncle, 

Alexander Graham, who settled the estate upon his brother, 

David Graham, who then became of Duntrune. He was 6. 
1687, and d. 1767, leaving by Grisell Gardync his wife, an 
only surviving son, 

Alexander Graham, Esq. of Duntrune, d. 1782, leaving, 
by Clementina his wife, dau. of David Gardyne, Esq. of 
Middleton, co. Forfar, with several daus., one son, Alexander, 
of Duntrune, who d. s. p. 1802, whereupon his sisters became 
his co-heirs. Of those ladies, the only two who married were 
Amelia, of whom presently ; and Clementina, m. 1794, Gavin 
Drummond, Esq., and had an only child, Clementina, ,a. 7 Oct. 
1812, David, 8th Earl of Airlie. The elder dau., 

iVjiELiA Graham, m. 18 April, 1781, Patrick Stirling, E^q. of 
Pittendriech, co. Forfar, son of William Stirling, Esq. of 
Pittendriech, by Jean Cook his wife, and had issue, 

William, his heir. Alexander, 6. July, 1796; d. 1801. 

Clementina, of Dimtrune, 6. 2 May, 1782 ; d. 1877. 

Jane, m. John Mobtlock Lacon, Esq. of Great Yarmouth, 
2nd son of Sib Edmund Lacon, Bart., and d. 1 Sept. 1SC8, 
having had issue, 

1 John Edmund, J. P., now of Duntrune. 

2 rienry, E.N., d. in the West Imlic . 

3 William Stirling. 

4 Graham, M.D., v/i. Harriet, dau. of Rev. M. Love, and 
d. in India 1857, leaving two daus. 

5 Mortlock, deceased. 

6 Francis, B.N., d. in the West Indies. 

1 -Amelia, m. Charles John Palmer, Esq. 2 Jane. 

3 Clementina Louisa, ra. Capt. Thomas Spankic, Intlian 

4 Harriot, m. Major-Gen. Ommaney, E.A. 

Mrs. Stirling assumed, with her husband, on inheriting Dun- 
trune, the surname and arms of Graham; she (il. 24 Aug. 1824. 
Her only surviving son, 

William Stirling Graham, Esq. of Duntrune, h. 12 June, 
1794; d. Dec. 1844, was s. by his eldest sister, 

Clementina Stirling Graham, Esq. of Duntrune, h. 2 May, 
1782 ; d. 1877, and was s. by her nephew, John Edmcnd 
Lacon, Esq., now of Duntrune. 

Arnn — Quarterly, per fess indented erminois and az., in the 
2nd quarter a wolfs head erased arg., quartering Graham of 
Duntrune; Or, three piles wavy sa., within a double trcssure 
flory counterilory gu., on a chief of the second as many 
escallops of the iirst. Crest — A mount vert, thereon a falcon 
ppr. beaked and belled or, charged on the breast with a cross 
tlory and gorged with a collar gu. 
honos. Seat- 

JSlolto — Probitas verus 
Duntrune, Dundee. 


Laxoe, Thomas, Esq. of Cregg, co. Tipperary, 

J.P. and D.L. co. Tipperary, High Sheriff ISfiO, 

J. P. CO. Kilkenny, Gcntleman-at-Large to H.E. the 

I Earl of Bessborough when Lord-Lieut, of Ireland. 

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iHflTfajr.— The O'Lalors, or Lalors, are of Milesian origin. 
At an early period, they migratecl, with the 0"3Iores, from 
tJlster to the extensive district of Leix, in the Queen's Co., of 
■which country the O'JIores became powerful princes, and, 
under them, the OLalors were influential chieftains, possessing 
considerable landed property between Stradbally and Jlary- 
fcorough. Their principal seat was at Disert, near the rock of 
Dunamase. Thence a branch sprung which settled in the 
CO. of Tipperary. 

DioKTsius Li^LOB, of Ballywoney, was a member of this 
family. His name was signed to the new form of oath and 
declaration of the Confederate Catholics of Ireland, dated 
10 Jan. 1646, o.s., amonsst the signatures of several other 
personages, who are styled by historians " veluti comitiales in 
Domo Communium." 

The first member of the O'Lalor family who became a resi- 
dent in CO. Tipperary was 

Jeeemiah Lalob, b. 1626, who removed from Disert, Qoeen's 
Co., about the year 1666, after having taken a prominent part 
in defending the fortress of Dunamase against the Parliamen- 
tarians during the war of 1641. He held the rank of Major in 
the Irish forces, and his father was nephew to Winifred, dau. 
of O'Lalor, of the Queen's Co., and wife of John Crosbie, 
Bishop of Ardfert, who d. 1621. The lands of Farran-g cahill, 
near Templemore, and also several other denominations in 
that neighbourhood, were Major Jeremiah Lalor's estates. 
Farrenagahill at the present day pays a chief-rent to his 
descendant, Mr. Power Lalor, of Long Orchard after-men- 
tioned. Major Jeremiah Lalor, although then far advanced 
in years, fought as a volunteer under King James II. at the 
Eoyne. After he had become resident in co. Tipperary, he iii. 
Judith, dau. of Kedragh O'Meagher, Esq. of Boulebane Castle, 
eame co., and had issue five sons. He d. 9 July, 1709, 
ivged 83. His eldest son, 

jEREinAH Lalob, Esq. of Barnagrotty, King's Co., m. the 
dau. of Samuel Smith, Esq. of Lisduffe, co. Tipperary, and had 
two sons, 

John, of Long Orchard, of whom presently. 
Jeremiah, of Barnagrotty. 

The eldest son, 

John Lalob, Esq. of Long Orchard, and Crcg, co. Tipperary-, 
m.. Elizabeth, sister of John Doherty, Esq. of Outrach, co. 
Tipperary, and d. 9 May, 1782, aged 75, leaving issue, 

Thosias, his heir. 

Kieholas, of Dunmore and Ballyragget, co. Kilkenny, m. 
Cecilia, dau. of ITlick Burke, Esq. of Meelick, co. Galway, 
and d. g. p. 29 June, 1798. 

John, of Ciannagh and Long Orchard, co. Tipperary. (See 
Powee-Laloe nf Lon(i Orchard.) 

Jeremiah, of Glasshouse, m. 1st, Lydia, dau. of AVilliam 
Smith, Esq. of Burriscastle, Queens Co., by whom he was 
father of John, of Gurteen, co. Tipperary, who 'm. Sarah, 
dau. of Edward Kennedy, Esq. He m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of 
John Doherty, Esq. of Outrath, co. Tipperarj'. 

James, of Riverstown, m. Miss Bray, a niece of Dr. Thomas 
Bray, Pvoman Catholic Archbishop, and had by her a dau., 

Joseph, a law student, d. young and unm. 

Bridget, wife of Noble Luke Usher, Esq. of Gurteen, co. 
Tipperary, d. .«. p. 

AUce, wife of William Keating, Esq. of Brooklcy, co. Tippe- 
rary, d. s. p. 

Susan, d. unm. 

The eldest son, 

Thomas Lalob, Esq. of Cregg, co. Tipperary, J.P., and a 
Deputy-Governor of cos. Tipperary and Kilkenny, m. Bridget, 
dau. of Edmund Power, Esq. of GamaviUa, and d. 27 May, 
1812, leaving (with two daus., Maria, m. D'Arcy Jlahon, Esq., 
and Alice, m. John Power, Esq. of Churchtown) a son and 

Thomas Edml-nt) Lalob, Esq. of Cregg, J.P, and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1840-41, m. Anne, dau. of PachardX'ower, Esq, of 
Carrick-on-Suir, and had issue, 

Thomas, now of Cregg, 

John, 12th Infantry, d. 11 Jfov. 1850, aged 26. 
Kicholas, d. 18 Oct. lt:48, aged 22. 
Mary Anine, 

EUza, m. 1856, William O'Meagher, Esq. of Kilmoyler. 
Louisa, wife of Clement Sadleir, Esq. of Castle Blank,' co. 

Mr. Lalor d. 22 Feb. 1847, aged 62; his widow survived until 
31 Jan. 1848. 

Arms — Vert, a lion rampant or, armed and langued gu. 
Crest — An arm embowtd vested gu. cuffed vert, the hand ppr 
grasping a short sword also ppr. Motu — Fortis et fidelis. 

Seat — Greg, Carrick-on-Suir, co. Tipperary. 


Poweb-Laloe, Geoege Eichabd, Esq. of Long 
Orchard, co. Tipperary, b. 29 Aug. 1864. 

ILtliraCJC* — Paternally this family is a branch of Poweb or 
DE LA PoEB of Garteen, co. Waterford, and maternally a branch 
of Lalob of Cregg {see those families), springing from 

John Lalob, Esq. of Crannagh and Long Orchard, co. 
Tipperary, J.P., and Deputy Governor, 3rd son of John Lalor, 
Esq. of Long Orchard and Cregg. He m. Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Phelan, Esq. of Kodstown, co. Tipperary, aud had 

John Thomas, 6, 1793; d. 1823, v.nm. 

Thomas Phelan, Barrister-at-Law, d. v.nm. 4 June, 1825. 

Anastasia Phelan, of whom hereafter. 

Mary, m. Richard Montesquieu Bellew, Esq., M.P., brother 
of the 1st Lord Bellew, and d. s.p. 
Mr. Lalor d. 7 Sept. 1828. His eldest dau., 

Anastacia Phelan Lalob, m. 1st, 1815, Edmund Po -■, Esq. 
of Gurteen, co. Waterford, and had issue, 

I. John William, who s. his father at Gurteen (see De la 
PoEE of Gurttea la Poer). 

II. Edwaed James, who assumed the additional surname of 
Lalob, of whom hereafter. 

III. Richard Francis, rn. Sara Gordon, of Virginia, North 
America, and had two daus. Anastacia and Mary. 

I. Mary, ni. 1846, Henry Petre, Esq. of Dunkcnhalgh, D.L. co. 

II. Eleanor, m. 1843, Patrick William Power, Esq. of 
Pembroke's Town, co. Waterford. 

Mrs. Power m. 2ndly, Right Hon. Richard Lalor Shiel, M.P., 
and d. 4 Aug. 1852. Her 2nd son, 

Edmund James Poweb Lalob, Esq. of Long Orchard, J.P. 
and D.L. co. Tipperary, High Sheriff 1817, Capt. 1st Dragoon 
Guards, s. to his maternal grandfather's estates, and assumed 
as above the surname of his mother's family. He was 6. 18 
Oct, 1S17, and m. 1858, Mary Frances, dau. of George Ryau, 
Esq., of Inch House, D.L. co. Tipperary, and had issue, 

I, Geoege Richaed, his heir, ii, Edmund, d. unm. 
I. Mary Anastacia. ii. Coralie Evelyn Mary. 

iiL Elen Georgiana, d. 1874. iv. Grace Mary. 

Mr. Power Lalor d. 4 Aug. 1873, and was s. by his son, |j 

Geoege Richaed Poweb Lalob, Esq., now of Long Orchard. 

Arriis — Quarterly: 1st and 4th. or, a lion rampant guardant 

gu. ; 2nd, arg., a chief indented sa. : 3rd, arg., on a chief gu. 

I three escallops of the first. Crests — 1 st. An arm embowed vested 

gu. cuffed vert, the hand ppr. grasping a short sword also ppr. ; 

2nd, A stag's head affrontee or, between the horns a tiucitix 

ppr. Mottoes— Fortis et fidelis ; and Per crucem ad coronam. 

Seat — Long Orchard, Templemore, co. Tipperary. 


Lamb, Eichabd Westbeooe:, Esq. of West Den- 
ton, ]S^orthumberland, J.P. and D.L, for co, Durham, 
b. 11 Aug. 1826 ; m. 6 Eeb. 1855, Georgiana EKza- 
beth, youngest dau. of Stephen Eaton, Esq. of 
Ketton Hall, co. Eutland, aud by her (who d. 17 
March, 1868) has had issue, 

I. Joseph John Talbot, b. 27 Sept, 1857. 

II. Stephen Eaton, b. 28 July, I860. 
in. Edmund George, b. 8 July, lt.G3. 
IV. Richard Scott, 6. 12 Jan. 1S66. 

I. Marie Georgiana Elizabeth. 

HtltCajC. — This family is a younger branch of the Lakhs 
of Scat Hill, Cumberland, in which county they held lands 
for centuries. 

Richaed Lamb, Esq. of Seat Hill, Cumberland, 6. 1G80; 
m. Alice Graham, of Edmond Castle, Cumberland, and had 
issue a numerous family, of which the youngest son, 

Joseph Lamb, Esq. of Ryton House, co. Durham, b. 1732, 
J.P., m. 1st, the heiress of the Humble family, of Ryton, co. 
Durham, and had issue two daus., who d. in infancy ; and 
2ndly, Sarah, dau. of Warren Maude, Esq. of Sunnyside, co. 
Durham, and had issue, 

I. Humble, J.P., b. 1774, 6thWrf.nglerandB,A.of Emmanuel 
CoU. Cambridge; m. Jane, dau. of Alexander Chalto, Esq. 
of Main House, Roxburghshire, and had issue, 
1 Joseph Chatto, m. Eleanor, dau. of William Oliver 
Eutherfurd, Esq. of Edgerston, Roxburghshire, and 
has issue. 2 Alexander, deceased. 

3 Charles, m. Frances Onglcy, dau. of Capt. Frederick 
Burgoyne, R.X., and has issue. 





1 Elizabeth, in. 'William Maude, Esq., ynnnccest son of 
Jacob Maude, Esq. oi Suniiysidc and Sclaby Hall, co. 
Durham. 2 Sarah. 

8 Jane, m. 1st, John Steavcnson, Esq. of Ryton, co. Dur- 
ham, and has issue; she m. 2ndly, the llev. Henry 
Bourchier Wrcy, Esq. Rector of Tawstock, co. Devon. 
4 Isabella, m. Bcwicke Blackburn, Esq., and has issue. 
II. "Warren, b. 1778; m. 1811, Sarah, dau. of Robert liiuiter, 
Esq. of Hunter Hill, co. Durham, and has issue, 

1 Warren Maude, (/. 1840. 

2 Frederick, iii. Lilla Louisa, dau. of Adam Wallace 
Elnislie, Esq. of London, and has issue. 

3 Tliomas Cornwallis. 

1 Sarah Maude, deceased. 

2 Louisa, m. Col. St. Aubyn, of Belvedere Honse, Jersey, 
and (/., having had issue. 

3 Harriet, ni. George Falle, Esq., and is deceased. 

4 Caroline Laura, m. Col. St. Aubyn, jun., and has issue. 
lir. Joseph, of whose line we treat. 

I. Harriet, m. Robert Scott, Esq. of Shincliffe Hall, Durham, 
and had issue, 
1 William, b. 1804; 5ii. Georgina, dau. of Col. Hen-ies, and 
d. having had issue. "2 Dudley, b. 19 May, 1S31. 

1 Georgina, deceased. 
ir. Sarah, m. George Broadrick, Esq. of Hamphall Park, 
CO. York. 
ni. Helen, m. Capt. Fead, R.N., and had issue. 

rhe 3rd son, 

Joseph Lamb, Esq. of West Denton, Northumberland, and 
remmon, Cumberland, J. P. and D.L., b. 11 Nov. 1781 ; m. 4 
ilay, 1S24, Amelia Mary, dau. of Joseph Westlirook Michael, 
Jsq. of Stamford, Lincolnshire, and d. 8 Oct. 1859, having had 

I. Joseph, b. 12 May, 182.3; d. 31 July, 1812. 

II. Richard Westbrooke, now of West Denton. 

in. William Wentworth, b. 14 July, 1830; late Capt. 7th 
Dragoon Guards; cF. 26 Not. 1876. 

IV. John Henry, 6. 21 July, 1834; d. 12 Aug. 1S51. 

V. Robert Ormston, b. 5 Nov. 1836. 

I. Amelia Mary, m. 8 April, 1856, Capt. Nugent Chichester, 
eldest son of Joseph Chichester Nagle, Esq. of C.dverleigli 
Court, Devon. 

n. Josephine Mary Agnes. lu. Mary Emma Blanche. 

Arm.t — Sa., on a fess erm. between three cinquefoils ars;. 
wo mullets of the field. Crest — A paschal lamb ppr. Jfloito — 
.'alma non sine pulvero. 

Residence — West Denton, Newcastlc-on-Tyne. 


Lambaede, Mtjlton, Esq. of Beechmont, Seren- 
jaks, Kent, J.P. and D.L., 6. 31 Oct. 1821 ; m. 28 
ilarch, 18i8, Marianne Teresa Livesey, dau. of 
Edmund Turton, Esq. of Brasted, Kent, and Upsall 
Jastle, CO. York, and has issue, 

I. John Bell William Edmund, b. 18 Oct. 1849. 

II. Multon Thomas George, b. 15 Sept. 1850. 
m. William Gore, b. 22 May, 18G4. 

I. Mary Teresa Louisa, b. 17 May, 1S55. 

II. Ellen Grace, b. 20 Feb. 1857. 

III. Maude Eleanor, &. 1 Sept. 1859. 

rv. Harriet Beatrice Anna, b. 24 July, ISGl. 

V. Ethel Julia, b. 27 Dec. 1862. 

■VI. Edith Gwendoline, 6. 12 Feb. 1868. 

ICtnCagC— John Lambarde, Esq. Sheriff of London in 
1551, son of William Lamearde, of Ledbury, co. Hereford, 
ind grandson of Thomas Lambaede, of the same place, Gent., 
who was living 29 Henry VI., m. Juliana, dau. and heir of 
William Home, of London ; and d. 4 Aug. 1554, leaving (with 
1 younger son, Giles, of London, who m. Margaret, dau. and 
;o-heir of John Stevenson, Esq. of London, who re-married 
Humphrey Windham) an elder son, 

William Lambarde, Esq. of Greenwich, h. 18 Oct. 1536 ; d. 
i9 Aug. 1601, and was buried in Greenwich Church ; he wag 
idmitted of Lincoln's Inn, 1C56, and became a Bencher 1578, 
jublished Archceonomia, 1568, obtained from Queen Elizabeth 
icense to build an hospital at Greenwich in 1574, published 
The Perambulation of Kent, 1576, Eirciorcha, 1581, and was 
ippointed Deputy Keeper of the Rolls 1597. Many of the 
?aluable genealogical collections of the author of The Pcram- 
ndalion are still preserved at Beechmont. He 7);. 1st, 1570, 
lane, dau. of George Multon, Esq. ; and 2udly, 1583, Silvestria, 
lau. and heir of Robert Deane, of Hallinge, Kent, and 
.vidow of William Dalison, Esq., and by the latter had (svith a 
lau., Margaret, !,i. Thomas, 2nd son of Thomas Godfrey, of 
seUingc), three sons. Gore and Fane, d. in infancy, and 

SibMdlton Lambarde, Knt. of Westcombe, in Greenwich, 

6. 1.534, ill. Ann, dau. of Z\r Thomas Lowe, Knt., Alderman of 
London ; and d. 1634, leaving a son, 

Thomas Lambarde, Esq., b. 1G15, who sold his estate at 
Greenwich. He m. 1638, Isabella, dau. of Sir John Garrard, 
Bart, of Lamer, by whom he had (with two daus., Isabella m., 
Alington Paynter, Esq. of Gillingham, Kent ; and Mary, m. 
Thomas Ilatton, Esq. of London) five sons, who d. a. p. ; and 

William Lambarde, Esq. of Sevenoaks, d. 2 Aug. 1711, 
leaving, by Blagdalen, dau. of William Humphreys, of .Alaird- 
lew, his wife (with a younger son, Sir Multon Lambarde, Knt., 
in. Jane, sole heir of Edmund Fowler, of Ash, near Ridley, 
Kent, and d. s. p. 1758) an elder son, 

Thomas Lambarde, Esq. of Sevenoaks, h. 1670 ; in. Mary, 
youngest dau. and co-heir of Sir John Beale, Bart, of Farning- 
ham, in Kent, and d. 19 Dec. 1745, having had, with other 
issue, who d. young or umn., a son, 

Thomas Lambarde, Esq. of Sevenoaks, 6. 1705 ; in. 1747, 
Grace, dau. of Sir William Parsons, Bart, of Stanton, Notts, 
and had (with four daus., Grace; Mary, Jii. the Rev. John 
Hallward ; Araie, m. the Rev. Sackville Austen; and Jane, r,i. 
John Randolph, Bishop of London) two sons, Multon, of 
whom presently; and Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Ash, near 
Wrotham, m. 3 June, 1783, Miss Otway. Mr. Laaibardc d. 
1769, and was s. by his elder son, 

Multon Lambarde, Esq. of Sevenoaks, 6. 1757 ; in. 1773, 
Aurea, dau. and co-heir of Francis Otway, Esq. of Ashgrove, 
Sevenoaks, and had issue, i. William, his heir; ii. Thomas 
(Rev.), 6. 1798; in. Multon, 6. 1800, d. 1803; I. Sophia, d. 
1838; II. Fannj-, d. 1821; ni. Bridget Aurea, -„;. John 
Gurdon, Esq. of Assington Hall, Suffolk, and d. 1826, leaving 
issue; iv. Juliana, jii. 1829, Admiral C. G. Randolph, R.N. : 
Y. Jane, d. 1810; and vi. Mary, rn. 1832, the Rev. Richard 
Salway, Rector of Fawkham, Kent, and d. 1848, leaving issue. 
Mr. Lambarde d. April, 1836, and was s. by his eldest son, 

William Lambarde, Esq. of Beechmont, J.P. and D.L., 
b. IS Nov. 1796; in. 1 Oct. 1818, Harriet EUzabeth, 5th dau. of 
Sir James Xaesmyth, Bart, of Posso, co. Peebles, and had issue, 

I. Multon, now of Beechmont. 

II. John, b. 1823; m. 1847, Mary Anne, dau. of Capt. Has- 
1am; and d. 1848, leaving a dau., Harriet Charlotte. 

III. William, Lieut. R.N., 6. 1824 ; d. 1808. 
rv. Francis, b. 1830, 1st Stafford Mihtia. 

V. Charles James (Rev.), b. 28 Aug. 1833, Vicar of Southill, 
Biggleswade, Beds. 

VI. Thomas Murray, b. 1836 ; Indian Navy. 

VII. Henry, 6. March, 1840; 54th regt. 

I. Eleanora, in. 1854, Robert W. P. Battiscombo, eldest son 
of the Rev. R. Battiscombe, Rector of Barkway, Herts, and 
has issue. 

II. Julia, 71!. 1857, James Christie, eldest son of James Traill, 
Esq., and has issue. iii. Jane. 

n'. Haniet. v. Jane Aurea. vi. Alice Mary. 

Mr. Lambarde d. 1 June, 1866. 

Arms — Quarterly of four, 1 LAJmARDE : gu., a chevron vair 
between three lambs passant arg. ; 2 Horne, of Llndon ; 
3 Deane, nf Hatlin(i ; 4 White, of Bnerleii. Crest — ^iV rein- 
deers head erased arg. Motto — Deo patriae tibi. 

Seat — Beechmont, Sevenoaks, Kent. 


Lambart, Gustavus William, Esq. of Beau Pare, 
CO. Meath, J.P. and D.L., Secretary of the Order 
of St. Patrick, formerly Major of the Royal ileath 
Militia, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, State Steward to the 
Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 1858-59 and 1874-5, b. 7 Aug. 
1813 ; in. 5 June, 1847, Lady Frances Caroline 
Maria Conyngham, 2nd dau. of Francis, 2ud 3Iur- 
quess Conyngham, K.P., and has issue, 

I. Gdstavus Francis William, Chamberlain to H. G. the 
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, b. 25 March, 1848. 

II. Cyril Henry Edward, b. 29 May, 1866. 

III. James George Richard, b. 20 Dec. 1867. 

I. Amy Gwendoline (Hon.) Maid of Honour to the Queen, h. 

10 Aug. 1852. II. Cecil Jane, b. 22 Sept. ls')4. 

in. Constance Una Elizabeth, 6. 16 Sept. 1856; 5;i. 18 DeJ. 

1876, the Hon. Henry Bourke {see Mayo, E.). 

IV. Georgiana Rose, b. 19 Nov. 1859. 

V. Violet Anne Blanche, b. 14 Aug. 1861. 

VI Juliane Hamilton, b. 19 June, d. 14 Aug. 1863. 
vn. Lillian Fannie Ermangarde, 6. 21 Aug. 1864. 

VIII. Bertha Madeline Frances, 6. 29 Aug. 1869. 

IX. Adeline Octavia, &. 10 Jan. 1872. 

5LlUeaQe.— Charles LAstcARX, Esq. of Painstown, ?I.P. 






for Kilbeggan, son (by Eleanor, his 2nd wife, only child of 
Simon Creame, Esq.) of the Hon. Oliver Lambart, of Pains- 
town, M.P., 3rd son of Charles, 1st Earl of Cavan, m. EUza- 
beth, only dau. of Gustavus Hamilton, Viscount Boyne, and 
bad issue, 

Chaeles, M.P., d. unm. Dec. 1740. 

GcsTAVcs, heir to his father. 

Hamilton, Major-Gen. in the army. 

Elizabeth, to. 1754, Nicholas Ogle, Esq. 

Eleanor, m. Thomas Elrington, Esq. 

Mary, m. Christopher Nicholson, Esq. of Balratli. 

Sophia, m. Rev. Robert Gregory. 
Mr. Lambart d. 1753, and was s. by his son, 

Gustavus Lambart, Esq. of Beau Pare, co. Meath, M.P. for 
KUbeggan, m. Thomasine, dau. of George Rochfort, Esq. of 
Eochfort, CO. Westmeath, and sister of Robert, Earl of Belvi- 
dere, and had a son and successor, 

Chables Lasibaet, Esq., of Beau Pare, m. Frances, dau. of 
James Lenox Naper Dutton, Esq. of Sherborne, co. Glou- 
cester, and sister of James, 1st Lord Sherborne, by whom 
(who d. 1806) he left at his decease (with two daus. (Frances 
Thomasine, in. Charles Chetwynd, Earl of Talbot ; and Eliza- 
beth, m. Sir Rose Price, Bart, of Trengwainton) an only son, 

Gustavus Lambart, Esq. of Beau Pare, J. P. and D.L., 
M.P. for Kilbeggan, b. 16 Sept. 1772; m. 1810, Anna Butler, 
dau. of Sir John Stevenson, JIus. D., and had issue, 

Gustavus William, now of Beau Pare. 

Charles James (Rev.), b. 4 Feb. 1817, Rector of Navan, co. 

Meath, vi. Maria Smith, and has Badulph and other issue. 
Olivia Florence. 
Frances Anne Catherine, m. Robert Westley Hall-Dare, Esq. 

of Fitzwalters, Essex. 

Mr. Lambart d. 22 Sept. 1850. 

^)-m.s— Gu., three narcissuses arg. pierced of the field. 
Crest — A centaur ppr. drawing his bow gu. arrow or. Motto — 
Ut quocunque paratus. 

Toirn Jiesidence — Harley Street, Cavendish Square. Seat — 
Beau Pare, Slane, co. Meath. 


Lambert, John Walter Henry, Esq. of Ag^ard, 
CO. Galway, J.P., High Sheriff 1850, b. 5 Oct. 1811 ; 
m. Feb. 1833, Anne, only dau. of William Fetherston 
Haugh, Esq. of Derrahiny, co. Galway, and has issue, 

I. Thomas Walter, 6. 24 March, 1841. 

K. John Henry, 6. 16 Dec. 1844. 

III. William Fetherstonhaugh, b. 20 Nov. 1853. 

I. Anne Caroline. 

II. Cluirlotte, m. Col. Cuthbert Barlow, 10th foot. 

III. Emily, m. Charles Kelly, Esq. of Luneston, Westmeath. 

IV. Elizabeth Jaue, m. Thomas Barlow, Esq. 

V. Marian Marcella, m. Charles Brcreton, Esq., Royal 

VI. Adelaide, m. Rev. Robert O'Callaghan, Eathmines. 

VII. Fanny. 

VIII. Alice, m. Jonas Lamprey, M.B., Surgeon General C7th 

HtnCrtflC.— John Lamhert, Esq. of Mil ford, co. Galway, 
eldest son of Walter Lambert, Esq. of Cregclare, co. Galway, 
by his 2nd wife, Miss Martyn, of Tullyra Castle), to. Blary, dau. 
of Sir Henry Burke, of Glynsyke Castle, and dying 1787, left 
issue three sons, 1 Henry; 2 Walter, who d. s. p.; and 
3 Thomas, of whom presently; besides three daus., Jane and 
Eliza, who both d. unm. ; and Letitia, m. John Fallon, Esq. of 
Rimnemead, co. Roscommon. The 3rd son, 

Thomas Lambert, Esq. , was of Aggard ; he m. 5 Sept. 1805, 
Lydia Fetherstonhaugh, of Mosstown, and d. 1822, leaving 
issue, John Walter Hesrt, now of Agganl; Cuthbert Fether- 
stonhaugh; Marian, to. Cuthbert Barlow, Esq.; Lydia, to. 
William Marshall, Esq. ; Cecilia, m. W. Nixon, Esq. ; 'and 
Chario'.te, ni. Capt. Henry Marshall. 

/Sea£— Aggard, Craughwell, co. Galway. 


Lambert, Alexakder Clendining, Esq. of 
Erookliill, co. Mayo, J.P. and D.L., Treasurer of 
the CO. since 1836, b. 7 Nov. 1808 ; m. 12 Se^Dt. 1848, 
Emma Maria, dau. of Guy Lenox Prendergast, Esq.' 
formerly Member of Council, Bombay, and M.P. for 
Lymington, and has issue, 

I. Joseph Alexander, b. 7 April, 1855. 

u. Guy Lennox, b. 30 Dec. 1857. 

1. Emma Mary Louisa. ii. Flora Marion. 

III. Louisa Matilda. iv. Florence Amy. 

ILtnCagC. — This family claims descent from that of 
Gen. John Lambert, so distinguished in the civil wars of 
England and Scotland, during the Protectorate, and it is stated 
that his nephew, 

John Lambert, Esq. settled in the West of Ireland. He was 
father of two sons, of whom the younger, 

Joseph Lambert, Esq. of Toher and Thomastown, estab- 
lished himself in co. Mayo 1699. He to. Anne, dau. of Peter 
Rutledge, Esq. of Cornfield, and had a son, 

Francis Lambert, Esq. of Toher and Thomastown, m. 1st, 
Rebecca, dau. of Thomas Lindsey, Esq. of Turin Castle, co. 
Mayo, and sister of Thomas Lindsey, Esq. of Hollymount, and 
had by her a son, Joseph, his heir; and two daus. ; the elder, 
Letitia, to. Thomas Elwood, Esq. of Ashford, co. Galway ; 
and the younger m. Francis Goodwin, Esq. Mr. Lambert to. 
2ndly, Bliss Ormsby, co. Mayo, and had by her a son, Francis, 
R.N., who rf. leaving issue. The only son of the first marriage, 

Joseph Lambert, Esq. of Brookhill, High Sheriff of Mayo 
1796; m. 1st, Barbara, dau. of Thomas Ruttledge, Esq. of 
Bloomfield, and sister and heir of Robert Ruttledge, Esq. of 
the same place, and by her had issue, 

Thomas, who d. unm. 

Francis (Rev.), of Bloomficlfl, co. Mayo, J.P., who assumed 
the name and arms of Ruttledge (sec Ruttledge of 

Barbara, to. Arthur Knox, Esq. of Bushfield, co. Mayo. 
Mr. Lambert m. 2ndly, Mary, eldest dau. of Rev. Alexander 
Clendining, D.D., Prebendary of Lackan and Rector of West- 
port, and by her had issue, 

Joseph, late of Brookhill, J.P., d. unm. 1855. 

Alexander Clendining, now of Brookhill. 

Eleanor, to. David Ruttledge Courtenay, Esq., Ban-ister-at- 
I'S'W. Rebecca, d. unm. 

Letitia, to. John Veevers, E.sq., R.N. Elizabeth. 

Georgiana, m. Charles Bowen, Esq., of Milford. 
Mr. Lambert d. 1813. 

^rm.s— Gu., a cross-crosslet or, between three cinquofnila 
pierced arg. C,-est—k centaur ppr. charged on the shoulder 
with a cross-crosslet or. Motto— Vi quocunque paratus. 

SecU— Brookhill, Clarcmorris, co. Mayo. 


Lambert, Henry Patrick, Esq. of Carna^h co 
Wexford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1864, 5. 2 Dec! 
1836 ; m. 23 Sept. 1863, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
Thomas Williams, Esq, of Tan-y-Craig, Anglesey, 
and has issue, 

George, b. 5 Aug. 18CG. Elizabeth. 

UllXraflC.— This family was established in Ireland by 
MiLo DE Lamporte, temp. Henry II. His descendant, 

Philip de Lamporte, of Ballyhire, in the barony of Fortli, 
m. Marian, dau. of John Synnott, Esq., and from him tho 
fourth in descent was, 

James Lambert, Esq. of Ballyhire, who d. 1631, leaving. Iiv 
Mary, his wife, eldest dau. of Robert Esmondc, Esq. of Johns- 
town, a son, 

Patrick Lambert, Esq. of Ballyhire (deprived of his estates 
by Cromwell), father, by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of 
Peter B iinewall, Esq. of Drimnagh, of 

Nicholas Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, m. Marian, dau. and 
eventual co-heir of Richard Stafford, Esq., and left a son, 

James Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, to. Anstuce, dau. and 
heir of Nicholas Sutton, Esq., and was father of 

Patrick Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, m. Catherine White, 
acquired with her estates in the co. Kilkenny, and had two 
sons and a dau. The eldest son, 

James Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, dying at Bath without 
issue, 1757, was s. by his brother, 

Henry Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, m. Margaret FitzSimon, 
of the House of Glancullen, co. Dublin, and had three son? 
and two daus. The eldest son, 

Patrick Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, to. 1781, Mary Anne, 
eldest dau. of George Lattin, Esq. of Morristown Lattin, co. 
Kildare, representative of the very ancient family of Lattin, 
and had issue, 

Henry, his heir. 

Ambrose, of New Grove, co. Kilkenny, h. 1789 ; in. 1823, 

Eliza, dau. of John Snow, Esq.; and d. 5 July, 1856, leaving 
1 Ambrose, of New Grove, J.P. {m. 1864, Mary, dau. of 

Francis Coppingcr, Esq., and d. 11 Aug. 1878), leaving 
issue ; 2 Sydenham John ; and daus. 

Catherine, in. 1811, Gerald Aylmer, Esq. brother of tho lata 

Countess of Kenmare. 





Margaret. Letitia, aXun, d. 1854. 

Jane, m. Awley Banon, Esq., M.D., of Irishtown, co. West- 
Mr. Lambert d. July, 1S08, and was s. by his son, 

Heney Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, J.l'. and D.L., M.P. for 
CO. AVexford. b. 1 Sept. 1786; m. 11 June, 1835, Catherine, 
youngest dau. of William Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, and 
sister of Maria Theresa, Countess of John, 16tti Earl of Shrews- 
bury, and d. 20 Oct. 1861, leaving issue, 

Henry Patrick, now of Carnagh. 

George Thomas, b. 9 Nov. 1837. 

Mary Jane, m. P. J. Lynch, Esq. of Rose Park, co. Dublin. 

Anne, m. 27 Jan. 1870, Edwin Windham, 3rd Earl of Dun- 
raven and Mountearl, K.P., who d. 6 Oct. 1S71. 

Catherine, d. xiani. 8 March, 1S57. 

Juliana Margaret. Letitia. Fanny. 

yj /•)»«— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, vert, a lamb arg. ; 2nd and 
3rd, crm., an eagle displayed gu. Crest — A sagittary per pale 
gu. and arg., charged with a trefoil vert the bow and arrow or. 
Motto — Deus providebit. 

jSeai— Carnagh, Xew Boss, co. Wexford. 


Lambert, Walter Macclellan, Esq. of Water- 
dale, CO. Galvray, late Capt. 41st regt., b. 31 Aug. 

3iillC(t(IC. — Thi.= family, which claims descent from John 
Lambert, 2nd son of Lambert, of Calton, co. York, settled in 
CO. Galway 1C06. John Lambert, the first settler's son, who 
m. Janet, dau. of Walter Taylor, Esq., was killed at the siege 
of Derry, leaving a son, 

Walter Lambert, Esq. of Creg Clare, m. 1st, Miss 
Hamilton, and by her had one son, Charles, of whom 
presently. He ra. 2ndly, Jliss Martyn, of Tullyra, by vrhoni 
he had (with several daus., of whom one ra. Francis Butler, 
Esq. of Gregg; and another m. Morgan, of Monksfield) several 
sons, ancestors respectively of the Lamberts of Castle Lambert 
(see that famUy), Lamberts of KUqiiain, Lamberts of Castle 
EUen, <bc. The eldest son, 

Cuarles Lambert, Esq. of Creg Clare, m. 1742, Blargaret, 
dau. of Dominick Browne, Esq. of Castle Macgarrett, co. 
Galway, and by her had (with six other children, who d. unm.) 
a son, Walter, of whom presently, and three daus., Elizabeth, 
5)!. John Burke, Esq. of Tyaquin; Catherine, m. — Wilson, 
Esq. of Belvoir, co. Clare; and EUice, m. — Donnelan, Esq. of 
Killagh, CO. Galway. The son, 

Walter Lambert, Esq. of Creg Clare, m. 1st, 1779, Honoria 
Dillon, sister to the 1st Lord Clonbrock, by whom he had no 
issue; and 2ndly, 1784, Catherine, dau. and co-heiress of 
James Staunton, Esq. of Waterdale House, co. Galway, and by 
her had three daus., Harriet, d. 1829, unm. ; Maria Margaret, 
d. 1853, unm.; and Emily, d. 1830, x'.nm.; and two sons, 
James Staiston, his heir; and Thomas Dominick, 6. July, 
1791. Mr. Lambert d. 25 Sept. 1832, and was s. by his eldest 

Jasies Staunton Lambert, Esq. of Waterdale, J. P. and D.L., 
High SheiiCf 1813, and M.P. for co. Galway from 1826 to 1S33; 
6. 5 March, 1789 ; to. 25 Sept. 1832, tlie Hon. Camden Eliza- 
heth Macclellan, only child of Camden Gray, last Lord Kirk- 
cudbright, and by her, who d. 1 July, 1874, had issue, 

Walter Macclellan, now of Waterdale. 

Cliarlcs James, b. 11 Oct. 1837; d. 6 Feb. 1855. 

Thomas Camden, b. 5 Oct. 1841, Capt. in the army. 

Robert, h. 4 Feb. 1844. James Henry, b. 6 Sept. 1851. 

Sarah Elizabeth, m. 2 Oct. 1858, Charles Edward Lewis, Esq. 
of St. Pierre, co. Monmouth. 

Harriette, m. 2 Oct. 1856, Somerset Molyneux Clarke, Esq., 
Capt. 93rd Highlanders. 

Kathcrine Isabella, b. 21 Sept. 1839; d. 4 Dec. 1854. 

Mr. Lambert d. 1 July, 1867. 

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gu., three cinquefoils pierced 
arg., for Lambert; 2nd and 3rd, arg. two chevrons sa., for 
Stalnton. C'/-(4(—.\ centaur ppr. bow gu. arrow or. Motto — 
Ut quocunquo paratus. 

Seat — Waterdale House, co. Galway. 


Lambert, Thomas Etre, Esq. of Castle Lambert, 
CO. Galwaj, J.P., late Capt. 38th regt., b. 1820 ; m. 
1850, Sarah, 3rd dau. of John Wilson Trousdell, 
Esq. of Fort House, Kilrush, co. Clare. 

JLinCnfJC— Thomas Lambert, Esq., son of Waller Lam- 

bert, Esq. of Creg Clare (see irrecedhirj Article), m. Miss E. 
Wood, dau. of — Wood, of Chappell Field, co. Sligo, and had 
(with two daus., Margaret, r/i. — Boat, Esq. of Duck's Pool, 
CO. Waterford; and Anne, vu Henry Lambert, Esq. of co. 
Galway), a son and successor, 

Walter Lambert, Esq. of Castle Lambert, ™. 1791, Eliza- 
beth, 3rd dau. of Burton Persse, Esq. of Persse Lodge, now 
Moyode Castle, co. Galway, and d. Dec. 1824, leaving issue, 

Walter, of Castle Lambert. 

John, Td. Jane, only dau. of Col. Peyton, of Eaheen, co. 
Leitrim, and has issue, six sons and two daus. 

Richard (sec Lambert ofZyston Hall). Parsons, deceased. 

Charles, deceased > j ..x, j • . 

Robert 5 '"■• ^^^ settled in America. 

Sarah, deceased, to. 1st, Charles Barry, 2nd Baron Clan- 
morris; and2ndly, 1830, Edward S. Hickman, Esq. 

Bessy, deceased, ni. Matthew St. George, Esq. of Kilcolgaa 
Castle, CO. Galway. 

Anna Maria, m. B. Eathbome, Esq. of Ballymore, co. 

Walter Lambert, Esq. of Castle Lambert, J.P., D.L., and 
High Sheriff 1828, 6. 10 Sept. 1795; m. 21 Oct. 1817, Ann, 
eldest dau. of Col. Giles Eyre, of Eyre Court Castle, and has 


Thomas Etre, now of Castle Lambert. 

Giles Eyre, m. May, 1850, the only child of Francis Rca, Esq. 

of Richview, Sandymount, co. Dublin. 
Walter, m. and settled in America. 
Richard, m. 6 Dec. 1870, Jean Mary, dau. of James Eraser, 

Esq. of Achnagairn, co. Inverness. 
Annie Sophia, m. July 1837, John Edmund, 2nd son of the 

late O'Moore, of Cloghan Castle, King's Co. 
Anchoretta Maria, in. P. Savage, Esq., youngest sou of 

James Savage, Esq. of Finglass Wood, co. Dublin. 
Ada, rii. the eldest son of Dr. Price, of Dublin. 

Mr. Lambert d. 9 Aug. 1867. 

Arras — Gu., three cinquefoils pierced arg. Crest — A centaur 
ppr. bow gu. arrow or. Motto — Ut quocunque paratus. 
Seat — Castle Lambert, Athenry, co. Galway. 


The late Eichard Lambert, Esq. of Ljston 
Hall, Essex, formerly Surgeon in the Eoj. Art., b. 
7 April, 1807 ; m. 27 June, 1828, Elizabeth" Charlotte 
Louisa, eldest dau. and heiress of the late John Camp- 
bell, Esq. of Lrston Hall, Accountant- Cfeneral of the 
Court of Chancery, and by her had issue, 

I. John Campbell, now of Lyston Hall, in the War O.fice, 
m. 18 Dec. 1367, Catherine Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Robert 
Chambre Vaughan, Esq. of Burlton Hall, co. Salop. 

II Eichard Blake, Commander R.X. 

III. Walter Miller, Capt. R.M.A. 

I. Elizabeth Blackwell Campbell, ra. 27 May, 1851, Wynn 
E. Williams, Esq., late Lieut. 4th Dragoon Guards, eldest 
son of Eobert Vaughan Wynne WiUiaras, Esq. of Bedford. 

II. Anne Henrietta Campbell, to. Major-Gen. Hawkins, 
Bombay N.I. 

III. Julia Campbell, ra. 22 July, 1869, Capt. Eobert Gordon 
Sanders Mason, late of the 8th regt. 

Mr. Lambert, Lord of the Manor and Patron of the 
Living of Lyston, 4th son of the late Walter Lambert, 
Esq. of Castle Lambert, co. Galway, d. 25 Jan. 
1878 (see preceding Article) . 

Arms, Crest, and Motto — Same as Lambert of Castle Larabcrt. 
Scat — Lyston Hall, Sudbury, co. Suffolk. Residence — 
MervUle, Taylor's Hill, co. Galway. 


Lambert, Walter Petee, Esq. of Castle Ellen 
J.P., CO. Galway, High Sheriff 1859, b. 4 Nov. 1816 ; 
m. 5 March, 1845, Elizabeth, only child of William 
McO'Boy, Esq., tvnd has issue, 

Peter, 6. 8 Dec. 1848. 

UlUCagC— This family is a branch of Lambert of Creg 

Clare and Waterdale. 

Peter Lambert, Esq., son of Walter Lambert, of Creg 
Clare, by his 2nd wife, Bliss Martyn, m. aiiss Carioll, of 
Ardagh, and had issue. 





Walter Peteb Lamcert, Esq., m. Hiss Lubbs, and had 
sever 1 sons. I'iie eldest, 

Tetek Lambert, Esq., m. Mn^s Seymour, of Ballymorc 
Castle, ilr. Lambert d. J84-1, ami was -'. by liis eldest son, 

Walter Peter Lambert, now of Castle Ellen. 

Ar.ju, <£r.— .Same as Lambert of Woterdale and Creg Castle. 
Siv.t — Castle Ellen, Athenry, co. Galway. 

Laiioxt. John Hexet, Esij. of Lamont, co. 
ArzxU, b. 10 March, lS5i. 

ILi'.ir.tgC. — The family of Lamost of Lam-mt dates from 
tile eleTenth century. Interesting details are giren of tliem 
in Skene's H'tcildaad Ciam. The grandfather of the late 
representative of this lone descended line. 

Jobs Lamost, Esq. of Lament, ra. 1773, Helen, dan. of D. 
Campbell, of South Hall, and by her (who d. 1S40) had a son, 

3LiJ0R-GEx. John Lamoxt. of Lament, m. Is05, Rebecca, 
dau. of George Hobbs, Esq. of Barnaboy, Ireland, and d. IS27, 
having had issue, 

Archibald Jasces, of Lament. 

Amelia Helen, in. James G. Davidson, Esq., and d. 1S40. 

Augusta Charlotte Matilda, d. 1830. Georgina, d. 1847. 

The son and heir, 

Archibald JA^rES Lamont, Esq. of Lnmnnt, .T.P. and D.L., 
formerly an ofBcer in the army, b. 1313; -m. 1st, Sept. 1839, 
Adelaide, dau. of James Hewitt Massy Dawson, Esq. of Bally- 
nacourte, co. Tipperary, only son of the Hon. James Massy 
Dawson. 2nd son of the 1st Lord Massy, and by her (who d. 24 
June, 1841) had an only child, Adelaide Augusta. He to. 
2nd!y, March, 1844, Harriet, dau. of Col. Alexander Campbell, 
of PossU, and had issue. 

Jobs Hen"rt, now of Lamont. 

Ctlestine Xorman. Evelyn. 

Amelia Georgina Adelaide, m. 15 D?c. 1374. Ilov. Eowjarid 
Taylor Plummer. 3Iarion Alice. 

Arriii — Az., a lion rampant arg. within a bordure of the 
■second. Citit — An open hand cjuped ppr. SapjJOitas — Two 
wild men. Motto — Ne parcas nee spernas. 

Heal — Lamont, near Greenock, K.B. 


Lamoxt, James, Esq. of Enockdow, co. Argrll, 

D.L. and J.P. for Bute and Arsvll, and M.P. "for 

Buteshire 1865 to 1S68, F.G.S., F.K.G.S., h. 1829 ; 

s. his father 1861 ; m. 10 March, 1868, Adelaide 

Eliza, elder dau. of Sir G-. W. Denvs, Bart, of Dray- 

cott, York, and has, with other issue, 

XcEMAs, 6. 1869. 

Mr. Lamont, Tvho ■was educated at Eugby, is only 

son of the late Ales. Lamont, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 

of Enockdow (son of James Lamont, of Knock dow), 

and Jane his wife, dau. of Alexander Chi-ystie, Esq. 

of Balchrystie, Fife. 

Ar.iii — Az., a lion rampant arg. C-cst — A naked hand couped 
holding a dagger erect ppr. ilMo — \e parcas nee spernas, 
/Seat— Kjiocidow, Argyllshire. 

See Beooksbahk. 


■Eamsat-L'Amt, Johx, Esq. of Dimkenny, co. 
Forfar and Xetherbyres, co. Berwick, J.P. and D.L. 
CO. Forfar, and J.P. co. Berwick, h. 9 April, 1813 ; 
m. 10 June, 1845, Mary Eiche Macleod, only dau. 
«[ William Mitchell Innes, Esq. of Ayton, co. Ber- 
wick, and by her (who d. 27 April, 1875) has issue, 

I. James, 6. 19 Aug. 1307 : d.. 9 Jan. ISC5. 

II. William, b. 11 Aug. IsoO; EaiTister-at-Law; m. 23 May, 
1878, Christian, dau. of Alexander Mitchell Innes, Esq. of 

in. John Alexander Eams.iy (Bev.), M.A. Oxford, 6. 10 June, 
1352. IV. Eustace George, h. 27 Jan. 1857. 

V. Simpson Macleod, 6. 9 July, 1860. 

I. Christina, d. 1359. ii. Mary Williamina. 

iLincatlC. — The family of L'Ainy, of Dunkenny, is one 
of ci.nsidcrable antiquity. The writings, or land rights, by 
which the present possessor holds the lands of Dunkenny, 

and in which occur the names of his ancestors who succeeded 
to the inheritance, go back as far as lO.'.O; and in the Lord 
Lyon's patent of ai-ms it is mentioned, that a " Lamy, of Dun- 
kenny," was one of the witnesses to a Royal Charter in 1401. 
The surname appears at a much earlier period (1329) in the 
Chamberlain's Eoll, in the Scotch Exchequer Records. 

JoHX Ramsay L'Amt, Esq. of Dunkenny, m. 17G0, Agnes, 
dau. of Robert Hamilton, Esq. of Kilbrackmont, co. Fife, 
and by her (who d. 1782) left at his decease, 1814, with four 
daus. (Agnes, m. Rev. Dr. Lyon, D.D. ; Margaret, m. George 
Kerr, Esq., younger, of Dumbarrow, co. Fife ; Hamilton, r;z. 
Gore Daly, Esq. ; and Helen, d. unm.), one son, 

James L'Amt, E'iq. of Dunkenny, D.L., an Advocate at the 
Scotch Bar, and Sheriff of Forfarshire, 6. 8 July, 1772 ; in. 
5 Xov. 1811, Mary, dau. of Joseph Carson, Esq., M.D., of 
Philadelphia, and by her (who d. 1336) had issue, 

John Rams at, now of Dunkenny. 
Sylvester, late H.E.I.C.S., 6. 13^0. 
Helen. iia.-y Georgina, d. 1S48. 

Mr. L'Amy d. 15 Jan. 1S54. 

Amu — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, az., three crosiers raleways 
in fess or, and in base a saltier cnuped arg. ; 2iid and 3rd, arg., 
an eagle displayed sa. beaked and membered gu. charged on 
the breast with an escutcheon of the last a border of the 
second. Cmt — A dexter hand erect ppr. holding a crosier or. 
Mo^to — Per varios casus. Supporter j — Two naked savages 
wreathed about the head and middle with laurel, and holding 
oak batons over their shoulders all ppr. 

Seats — Dunkenny, near Forfar; Xetherbyrcs, Ayton, co. 
Berwick. Ciubs — Junior United Service; Kew Club, Edin- 

Laxdoe, Aexoid Savage, Esq. of Ipsley Court, 
CO. Warwick, and Llanthony, co. Monmouth, s. his 
father 1865. 

iLtlTCaflC. — In the time of Charles I., John Lafndeb, of 

Rugeley, was a Capt. in the Royal Army ; and temp. AVilliam 
and JIari, Walter Laxdor, Esq. of Rugeley, served as High 
Sheriff for co. Stafford. 

Walter Lakdor, U~q. of Ipsley Court, co. Warwick (son 
and successor of Robert Landob, Esq. of Rugeley, by Mary 
his wife, dau. and co-heir of Walter Xoble, Esq. of Longdon, 
and grandson of Robert Landor, Esq. of Rugeley, b. 6 June, 
1630, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of the Rev. John 
Taylor), m. 1st, May, 1760, Mary, only child of Richard Wright, 
Esq. of Warwick, and had by her an only dau., Maria, ra. her 
cousin, Humphrey Arden, Esq. lie m. 2ndly, 1774, Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. and co-heir of Charles Savage, Esq. of Tachbrook, 
CO. Warwick, and had by her, with three daus., whe d. unm., 
four sons, 

Walter Savage, late of Ipsley Court. 

Charles .Savage, b. 7 May, 1777, Rector of Colton,co. Stafford; 
m. Jan. 1812, Catherine, only child of Joseph Willson, Esg. 
of Marston Montgomery, co. Derby; and d. July, 184a, 
leaving one son, Charles Willson, M.A., Vicar of Lindridge, 
Tenbury, co. Worcester, formerly Rector of Whitaere ; and 
three daus., of whom the eldest, Elizabeth Sophia, is now of 
Taclibrooke, co. Warwick. 

Henry Eyres, of Tachbrook, near Leamington, Lord of the 
Manor of Whitnash, b. Jan. 1780; il. .?. p. 

Robert Eyres, M.A., 6. May, 17»1, Rector and Patron of Bir- 
lingham, Pershore, co. Worcester. 

llr. Landor d. Xov. 1S05, and was s. by his son, 

Walter Savage Landob, Esq. of Ipsley, b. 30 Jan. 1775; 
educated at Eugby and Trin. Coll. Oxford; m. May, 1811, 
Julia, dau. of Jean Thaillier, Baron Neuveville, of Bath, a lady 
of Swiss extraction, and had, 

Absold Savage, now of Ipsley and Llanthony. 

Walter Savage. Charles Savage. 

Julia Elizabeth Savage. 
Walter Savage Landor was distinguished as a poet, and is 
known as the author of Imaginai-y Converso.tioni of Literary 
Men and Statesmen, and several other productions. He was 
formerly a Col. in the Spanish army, and resided chiefly in 
Italy. He d. 1865. 

Arms — Arg., two bends gu. each surmounted with a bendlot 
dancettee or. Crest — A dexter arm gu. banded with two cut- 
tises or, holding in the hand a fleur-de-lis arg. 

.Seafi— Ipsley Court, Eedditch, co. Warwick; Llanlliony 
Abbey, co. Monmouth. 


Laxe, Johx Hexet Bagot, Esq. of King's 
Bromley Manor, co. Stafford, Lieut.-Col. Coldstream 





Jr.ards, M.A., J.P., h. 24 Feb. 1829 ; m. 28 Jan. 
.8Ui, Susan Anne, dau. and co-lieiress of Henry 
?'incent, Esq. of Lily Hill, Berks, and Eradwcll 
Jrove, CO. Oxford, and has issue, 

I. John Henby Heevet Vincent, 6. 3 Oct. 1867. 

u. Arthur, b. 28 Aug. 1871. in. George, b. 10 July, 1875. 

I. Agnes Susan, b. 21 Oct. 1864; d. 13 May, 1871. 

II. Florence, 6. 17 Dec. 1865. 

III. Constance, b. 27 April, 1869. 

3IinC<l5C. — The ancient family of Lane came into Eng- 
nnd, according to llollinshed, with the Conqueror. Its 
)cdigrce commences with 

Sir Reginald de Lone, grandfather of Adam de Lona, of 
IVcst Hampton, co. Stafford, whose grandson, Kiciiard de la 
jONE, 9 Edward II., living at Hampton, was direct ancestor of 
JouN Lane, Esq. of Bcntley, m. Margaret, dau. and heiress 
)f Thomas Partrich, of King's Bromley, and dying 19 Eliza- 
JETU, was «. by his son, 

Thomas Lane, Esq. of Bentley and Hyde, m. Catherine, 
lau. of Richard Trentham, Esq. of Eochester, and aunt of 
Elizabeth de Vere, Countess of Oxford, and had issue, John, 
lis successor; Thomas; Richard, of Kearns, co. Monmouth; 
ind Cassandra, m. Thomas Littleton, 3rd son of Sir Edward 
Littleton, of Pillaton. He d. 31 Elizabeth, and was s. by his 
;ldest son, 

John Lane, Esq. of Bcntley and Hyde, in. Jane, dau. of Sir 
Edward Littleton, of Pillaton, and had issue, Tuomas, his 
successor; and Alice, hi. Alexander Wightwitk, Esq. He d. 
i James I., and was .9. by his son, 

Thomas Lane, Esq. of Bentley and Hyde, who assisted in 
the preservation of King Cuakles II., after the battle of 
Worcester, and suffered severely for his attachment to the 
royal cause. He m. Anne, eldest dau. of Walter Bagot, Esq. 
of Blithfield, co. Stafford, and sisterof Sir Hervey Bagot, Bart., 
and had several children, I. Johx, his successor ; ii. William, 
of Shetton, from whom the Irish family sprang; iii. Richard, 
a Groom of the Bedchamber; i. Jane, celebrated for her 
heroic conduct in saving the life of King Cuakles II. after the 
battle of Worcester, in. subsequently, Sir Clement Fisher, of 
Packington, co. Warwick, Bart. ; ii. Withy, m. — Petre, Esq.; 
III. Anne, in. Edward Birch, Esq. of Lcacroft; iv. Mary, m. 
Edward, son of Sir Oliver Nicholas (cupbearer to James I., 
and Carver to King Cuaeles I.). Mr. Lane d. 1660, and was 
s. by his eldest son, 

CoL. John Lane, who was so instrumental in saving King 
Charles II. after the battle of Worcester, and received His 
Majesty at his scat at Bentley, from which place he was conveyed 
in disguise by Miss Lane, to Mrs. Norton's, at Abbot's Leigh, 
near Bristol. For these signal services the family was dignified 
with an especial badge of honour, viz., the Arms of England 
in a canton, in augmentation of its paternal coat, and a crest, 
a strawberry roan horse, bearing between his forelegs the 
royal crown. There is a tradition that Col. Lane was likewise 
offered a peerage, but declined it. He m. Athaliah Anson, 
and had, with other issue, Sir Thomas, his successor ; Lettice, 
who d. 23 Nov. 1709; Frances, m. William Offley, of Madcley 
Jlanor, CO. Stafford ; Mary, m. Sir Humphrey Jcrvis, Lord 
Mayor of Dublin. Col. Lane d. 1667, and was s. by his eldest 

.Sir Thomas Lane, Knt. of Bentley, m. Abigail, Lady 
■Williams, widow of Sir Henry Wilhams, Bart, of Gwernevet, 
and dau. of Samuel Wightwick, Prothonotary of the King's 
Bench; and dying 25 Jan. 1715, was s. by his only surviving 

John Lane, Esq. of Bcntley, b. 12 Dec. 1669; m. 30 April, 
1702, Mary, dau. and co-heiress (with her sister, Sybill, wife 
of the Rev. Dr. Birch), of Ilumfrey Wyrley, Esq. of Hampstead, 
CO. Stafford, by Mary, his wife, eldest dau., and in her issue, 
co-heir (with her sister, Jane, in. William de Zulstein, Earl of 
Eochford) of Sir Henry Wroth, Knt. of Durance, co. Middlesex, 
and had issue. Mr. Lane d. 25 Oct. 1748, and was s. by his 

Thomas Lane, Esq. of Bcntley, b. 23 April, 1703; m. 1st, 
Miss Anno Austen, and had issue, John, his successor; 
Thoma.s, (/.young; Mary, lii. John Taylor, Esq. of Walsal; Ann, 
d. young; Elizabeth Sybilla, jft. Roger Holmes, Esq. Mr. Lane 
»i. 2ndly, Miss Anne Sayer, and by her had issue, i. Thomas 
<Eev.), Rector of Handsworth, in. 1779, Esther Barbara, 
<lau. of Sir Thomas Birch, Judge of the Common Pleas; ii. 
Charles, d. young; in. William, of Lancsville, Col. in the 
army, and for some time Governor of St. Helena, m. 1787, 
Margaret, dan. of Jolm Cumac, Esq. of Lurgan, co. Armaj;h, 
and stster of Col. Jacob Camac, E.I.C.S., of Greeumoojit 

Lodge, CO. Loutli, and by her had issue ; rv. Edward, d. 1784; 
I. Jane, in. John Freer, of liirniiiigham ; ii. Anne, m. 1776, 
George Birch, Esq. of Harborne and Hampstead, co. Stafford. 
Mr. Lane d. 1775, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John Lane, Esq., b. 1723; m. 1750, Surah, dau. and co- 
heiress of Richard Fowler, Esq. of Pcndelord, co. Stafford (see 
Fowler of Pendefovd), and had issue, 

I. John, his successor. 

II. Thomas, of Leyton Grange, Essex, 6. 30 Sept. 1754; m. 
4 Sept. 1784, Barbara, dau. of Thomas Fowler, Esq. of 
Pcndeford, by whom he had issue, 

1 Thomas Goldsmith Fowler, b. 5 Nov. 1786; m. Rebecca, 
relict of Capt. Napier; and il. 10 April, 1810, .«. p. 

2 John, b. 6 June, 178S, who .«. his father in the estate of 
Leyton Grange, Essex; in. 1st, 1!) Aug. 1817, Jane, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. John Williams, M.A., Vicar of Marston 
Magna, Somerset, and Prebendary of Wells; she d. 
7 July, 1818. He m. 2ndly, 17 Jan. 1825, Elizabeth, only- 
surviving dau. and heir of William Carter, Esq.; she rf. 
17 June, 1852. Mr. John Lane d. 10 Jan. 1852, leaving 
issue by his 1st wife, 

Mary Jane, m. 12 June, 1839, John Salt, Esq., who d. 12 

Jan. 1865. 
By his 2nd marriage he had issue, 
Newton John, of Elmhurst Hall, co. Stafford, b. 25 Nov. 

la28 ; d. 5 Feb. 1869, having tn. '26 Oct. 1854, Maryanne 

Emily, only dau. of Henry Martin Blair, Esq., by whom 

he had issue, 

Arthur Lister Newton, b. 23 Sept. 1S53; d. 16 Jane, 

Minnie Florence Newton. 

Menina Mary Newton, d. 20 Aug. 1864. 
William Goldsmith Lister, b. 7 Dec. 1835. 
Charles Leveson, 6. 21 March, 1839. 
Harry Thomas Fowler, /). 3 July, 1842; d. 2 April, 1871. 
Mary, rn. 9 Jan. 1850, William Fowler JInunttord Cope- 
land, Esq., eldest son of Williaa Taylor Copeland, Esq., 

M.P., b. 4 Nov. 1S23. 
Adelaide Lucy, d. 21 .July, 1831. 
Florence, d. 31 Dec. 1851. Ada Barbara. 

Amelia Sarah Lucy. Alice Julia. 

3 Charles, 6. 2 Feb. 1793, of Queen's Coll. Oxford, M.A. 
(1817), Rector of Wrotham, Rural Dean of Shoreham, co. 
Kent, and Hon. Canon qf Canterbury Cathedral, drc. ; m. 
1 July, 1»16, Frances Catherine, 2ni dau. of the Right 
Rev. Daniel Sandford, D.D., Bishop of Edinburgh (see 
Sandford of Sandford), and has issue, 

Thomas Sandford, b. 28 Sept. 1818; d. 10 July, 1830. 

Charles Edward, b. 23 July, 18-.'0 ; d. 20 Aug. 18'22. 

Richard Douglas Hay, late Capt. 17th Lancers, b. 9 Dec. 
1823 ; m. 30 April, 1851, Elizabeth Middleton, only dau. 
and heir of the late Thomas Ward, Esq. of Heath House, 
Middlesex, and by her (who d. 12 Feb. 1874) has issue, 

Reginald Charles Douglas, b. 6 April, 1852. 
Beaufort Cosmo Douglas, b. 5 July, 18.54. 
Cecil Thomas Edward Douglas, b. 29 Nov. 1856. 
Charles Robert Middleton Douglas, 6. 2 Feb. 1864. 
Blanche Elizabeth Lydston Douglas. 

Charles Henry, b. 16 Jan. 1829 ; d. 29 May, 1832. 
Thomas Bruce, Hon. E.I.C. Civil Service, Pre- 
sidency, b. 29 April, 1831; )». 20 July, 1853, Adelaide 
Fanny .Sjiring, 4th dau. of William Hallows Belli, Esq. 
of the Hon. E.I.C. Civil Service, and has issue, 

Cecil Bruce, 6. II Dec. 1857. 

Arthur Bruce, b. 3 Dec. 1858. 

Frederick Charles Bruce, 6. 5 Jan. 1800. 

Ernest Henry Bruce, b. 19 Oct. 1861. 

Herbert Edward Bruce, b. 29 Sept. 1862. 

Eva Frances Bruce, d. 30 Dec. 1856. 

Henry Murray, Chester Herald of Arms, b. 3 March, 
1833; in. 9 Oct. 1862, Mary Isabella, eldest dau. of 
Richard Fiennes Wykeham Martin. 2nd son of Fiennes 
AVykeham Martin, Esq. of Leeds Castle, Kent, and has 
Gerald Stratford Murray, h. 6 Dec. 1863. 

Francis Charles De Lona (Rev.), 6. 21 June, 1834, M.A., 
Rector of Whissonsett cum Huniiiigtott, co. Norfolk. 

Jane, in. 24 Aug. 1843, Sir Edward Charles Warde, 
K.C.B. (Kee Wakde of Squerrks). 

Eleanor Sarah, in. 22 June, 1854, John Bourryau Broad- 
ley, Esq. of Kirk Ella, co. York, late Capt. 17th Lancers, 
who d. s. p. 29 June, 1867. 

Frances Lennox Meneage, m. 23 Nov. 185,3, Arthur 
Vendigaid Davies Berrington, Esq., only surviving son 
and heir of J. Davies Berrington, Esq. of Woodland 
Castle, CO. Glamorgan. She ((. 27 May, 1859. 

Louisa Anne. Alice Howley, d. 1 Jan. 1850. 

Blanche Emma, d. 28 Sept. 1860. 
4 Richard, b. 2 Oct. 1794 ; m. 24 April, 1827, Sarah Pink, 
3rd dau. of George Thomas Tracy, Esq. of Liskcard, co. 
Cornwall, and d. 27 Jan. 1870, leaving issue, 

Richard Stuart, b. 14 July, ls29 : ni. 31 Aug. 1862, Emily 
Eliza, eldest dan. of Samuel Levison, Esq. 





Charles Stewart, Col. in the army, 6. 9 Feb. 1831 ; m. 

23 Sept. 1832, Anne Josephine, 3rd dau. of the Rev. 

Richard Bcthuel Eoyes, and has issue. 
Thomas Blomefield, late Hon. E.I.C. Civil Service. 

Bengal Presidency, b. 9 June, 1832; d. unm. 30 Oct. 1872. 
"Wilmot, Hon. E.I.C. Civil Service, Bengal Presidency, 

6. 19 Sept. 1833; m. 1st, 17 Oct. 1854, Louisa Anne, 

eldest dau. and co-heir of Charles Patten Vale, Esq., 

and by her (who d. 26 Sept. 1855) has issue, Louisa 

Anne. He m. 2ndly, 16 Dec. 1862, Martha, eldest dau. 

of the late Lieut.-Col. Henry Roche Osborn, Bengal 

Henry, h. 26 May, 1835, who assumed the surname and 

arms of Luoas, in addition to and before those of Lane, 

by royal license, dated 4 March, 1856. Mr. Lucas Lane 

d. 17 Feb. 1860. 
Frances Bain, d. 26 Oct. 1835. 
Sarah Magdalene, m. 22 July, 1857, Capt. Frederick 

Helbert Helbcrt, 5th Madras Light Cavalry, and d. 

8 March, 1874. 
Emily, m. 17 Jan. 1862, Edward Bernhard Licbort, Esq. 

18th Hussars, of Swinton Hall, co. Lancaster. 

1 Sarah, m. 14 Feb. 1812, William Cotton, Esq. of Walwood 
House, Essex, one of the Directors of the Bank of 
England, and Governor in the years 1842-3-4, 6. 12 Sept. 
1786; d. 1 Dec. 1866. She d. 22 Dec. 1872. 

2 Jane, b. 21 May, 1791; d. 21 July, 1791. 
Mr. Thomas Lane d. 10 Jan. 1824. 

III. Richard, Capt. R.N., b. 6 June, 1761 ; d. s. p. 28 Feb. 1799. 

IV. Newton Charles (Rev.), b. 16 Feb. 1763, Rector of lu- 
goldsby, CO. Lincoln; d. s. j). 6 March, 1840. 

I. Sarah, b. 2 Nov. 1751; d. young. 

II. Maria, b. 29 Jan. 1757; m. 28 April, 1788, the Rev. John 
Lucy, of Charlecote Park, co. Warwick, and had issue {ace 
Lucy of Charlecote). 

in. Sarah, b. 30 March, 1759; d. young. 
Mr. Lane d. 28 June, 1782, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John Lane, Esq. of King's Bromley, b. 25 Dec. 1752, Fellow 
of Queen's Coll. Camb., Barrister-at-Law, Deputy-Lieut, of co. 
Stafford, High Steward of the town of Burton-upon-Trent, &c. 
&c. ; m. 20 Jan. 1800, Sarah, only surviving dau. of Thomas 
Lloyd, Esq. of Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, and widow of Thomas 
Amler, Esq. of Ford Hall, co. Salop, and by her (who d. 1 
April, 1855) had issue, 
John Newton, his successor. 

Thomas Leveson, b. 28 Sept. 1802, of St. John's Collcco 
Cambridge, M.A., ordained 1827, Vicar of Raswick, co. 
Stafford (183G), and of Wasperton, co. Warwick (1834); and 
Rural Dean. 

Mr. Lane d. 21 Dec. 1824, and was s. by his oldest son, 

John Newton Lane, Esq. of King's Bromley Manor, J. P. 
and D.L., b. 4 Dec. 1800; m. 8 Jan. 1828, the Hon. Agnes 
Bagot, 2nd dau. of William, 2nd Lord Bagot, by the Lady 
Louisa Legge, his wife, dau. of George, 3rd Earl of Dartmouth, 
K.G., and had issue, 

John Henry Bagot, b. 24 Feb. 1829, now of King's Bromley. 

Albert William, b. 12 April, 1830; and d. 7 Jan. 1831. 

Sidney Leveson (Baldersby Park, near, and Wykeham 
Abbey, Scarborough), 6. 13 April, 1831, late Capt. 1st 
Staffordshire Militia; m. 6 Jan. 1862, Isabel Mary, 
Viscountess Downe, relict of Henry, Viscount Downe, and 
youngest dau. of the lion. Richard Bagot, Bishop of Bath 
and Wells, by the Lady Harriet Bagot, and has issue, Sidney 
Ralph and Beatrice Mary. 

William, b. 14 Feb. and d. 15 April, 1832. 

Cecil Newton, b. 27 May, 1833, C.M.G., late Col. 1st Stafford- 
shire Militia, late Her Majesty's President of the Island of 
Cephalonia, m. 12 Dec. 1876, Adela Mary, youngest dau. of 
the Hon. and Rev. Frederic and Lady Georgina Bertie. 

Greville Charles, b. i Nov. 1834, Capt. (half-pay) late Rifle 

Ernald (Rev.), b. 3 March, 18.36, Rector of Leigh, co. Stafford. 

Arthur Lewis, b. 18 July, 1840; d. 3 March, 1846. 

Edward Alfred Reginald, b. 12 Aug. 1841 ; d. 29 Sept. 1854. 

Ronald Bertram, b. 19 Feb. 1847 ; Rifle Brigade. 

Agnes LouLsa, d. 15 June, 1842. 

Alice Frances Jane, d. 17 Feb. 1846. 

Edith Emmeline Mary, m. 25 Aug. 1868, Walter Henry, only 
son of Sir Walter C. James, Bart, of Betteshanger, and Up 
Down, Kent, and nephew of Viscount Hardinge. 

Isabel Emma Beatrice, in. 11 April, 187'2, Percy Brodrick 
Bernard, Esq., eldest son of the Hon. and Right Rev. Charles 
Bernard, Bishop of Tuam, and the Hon. Mrs. Bernard, and 
had issue, a ilau., who d. an infant, and a son, Ronald 
Percy Hamilton. Mrs. Percy Bernard d. I May, 1876. 

Mr. Lane d. 13 Oct. 1869. 

Arms — Per fess or and az., a chevron gu. between three 
mullets countcrchanged ; on a canton of the third, the royal 
lions of England (the latter added for the reason mentioned 
above) ; quartering De t,A Hytje, Wyrley, Fowleb, and many 
others. Crest — A strawberry roan horse saliant couped at the 
flanks bridled sa. bitted and garnished or, supporting between 
the feet an imperial crown ppr. Motto — Garde le Roy. 
4i'ea{— King's Bromley Manor, near Lichfleld, co. Stafford. 


The late Charles Lane, Esq., of Badgemore, ro. 
Oxford, J.P. and D.L., Barrister-at-Law, h. 27 Oct. 
1793 ; m. 3 Jan. 1824, Emily Maria, 2nd dau. of 
the late John, Thornhill, Esq., and by her (who <(. 
21 July, 1877) left at his decease, 9 Dec. 1878, 

I. Charles Powlett, now of Badgernore, Major-Gen., 6. 3 
Feb. 1821; in. 1st, 2 Sept. 1857, Caroline, youngestdau. of 
the late G. Lucy, Esq. of Charlecote Park, co. Warwick, 
and by her (who d. 6 March, 1864), had issue, Charle3 
Aymer Powlett, b. 10 July, 1860. He m. 2ndly, 14 Sept. 
1869, Bertha D'Albiac, only dau. of J. Du Boulay, Esq. of 
Donhead Hall, Wilts, and by her has issue two sons, R. 
Powlett, 6. 14 Oct. 1871 ; and M. Elton, 6. 6 Oct. 1S74. 

II. Thomas Thornhill, b. 14 Nov. 1833; d. 3 April, lci73. 

III. John Reynolds (Rev.), b. 14 Nov. 1835. 

IV. Cudbert William Jones, b. 10 March, 1842; d. unm, 
9 Sept. 1864. 

I. Francina Maria, m. 16 May, 1865, the Right Rev. Thomas 
Baker Morrell, D.D., late Bishop (coadjutor) of Edia 
burgh, who d. 15 Nov. 1877. 

II. Henrietta Catharine, m. 28 April, 1856, Valentine Dudley 
Henry Cary Elwes, Esq., late of the 12th Lancers, only 
son and heir of Cary Charles Elwes, Esq. of Great liilliii;; 
Hall, CO. Northampton ; d. 28 April, 1864, leaving no issue 
{see Elwes of Great Billing). 

HI. Emily Rose, m. 15 April, 1857, Rev. Henry George 
Eland, M.A., Vicar of Bedminster, near Bristol. 

IV. Anna Maria, d. 16 May, 1836. v. Helena Ursula. 

HtlTCilQC. — This branch of the Lane family is of some 
antiquity in co. Northampton. In 1469 (9 Edward IV.), Wil 
liam Lane was possessed of Orlingbury Manor or Lordship, 
and d. 1546, leaving it to his eldest son. Sir Ralph Lane 
During the civil wars the family removed into co. Bucks, 
where Thomas Lane, son of the above Sir Ralph, purchased 
the manor and estate of Hitchenden or Ewenden, and had two 
sons, John, his heir; and Robert, Vicar of Hitchenden, who 
was buried there 27 Nov. 1572. The eldest son, 

John Lane, of Hitchenden, who d. 1578, was father of 

Robert Lane, ra. Alice, dau. of Robert Saunders, of HamblO' 
don, CO. Bucks, and had issue. His 4th son, 

Francis Lane, of London, Merchant, bapt. 5 Nov. 1587; iit. 
twice, and had issue by both wives. His 2nd son (by the first 
wife), John Lane, also of the City of London 6.. about 1621 ; 
fined for Sheriff and Alderman; ra. 1st, Elizabeth Taylor, of 
CO. Stafford; and 2ndly, Anne, eldest dau. of Sir John Trevor, 
Knt. of Trevalyn, and widow of Alderman Welden. By the 
former (who d. '22 Nov. 1677) Mr. Lane left (witha dau., Mury, 
m. Paul Foley, of Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, Speaker of tho 
House of Commons) a son and successor, 

Sir Thomas Lane, Knl., Alderman of London, ShcritT o) 
that city 1693, and Lord Mayor 1G95. He m. 1st, Mary, sistei 
of Sir Henry Ashhurst, Bart. ; and 2ndly, Elizabeth, relict ol 
Sir Thomas Cudden, Knt., Chamberlain of London. By the 
former (who d. 29 Nov. 1098) he had (with several daus., one 
of whom, Elizabeth, m. Sir David Hamilton, M.D.), four sons, 
of whom the eldest, 

John Lane, Esq., h. 1677 ; in. Elizabeth, dau. of Ilenrj 
Hovenor, Merchant, of London, and by her (who d. 21 Dec 
1732) had, with other issue, Thomas, a Master in Chancery; 
and a 4th son, 

William Lane, Esq., b. 1709; in. Elizabeth Pynsent, of th( 
family of Sir William Pynsent, Bart, of Burton Pynsent 
Devon, and by her (who had been previously ?ii. to Mr. Ander 
son, and d. 1807) had issue, 

William, who m. twice; by his 1st wife he had William: 
Thomas; Mary; and Eliza, ?«. Benjamin Whitelock, Esq. 
and by his 2nd (Susan, dau. of Rev. Dr. Pollocli) he ha( 
Charlton, of Jesus Coll. Cambridge, M.A., Rector of Hamp 
stead, Middlesex, d. leaving issue; Charles Thomas, Bar 
rister-at-Law, deceased ; and Susan. 

Thomas, of whom presently. 

John, Rector of Sawbridgcworth, Herts, .nnd High Roading,' 
Essex, TO. Molly Impey, niece of Sir Elijah Impey ; aud d 
1817, leaving issue. 

Mr. Lane d. 1785. His 2nd son, 

Thomas Lane, Esq., h. 2 Jan. 1759; m. 23 May, I78S, 
Charlotte, only dau. of John Williams, Esq. of Dorset, and o 
Winipole Street, by Charlotte Thornhill his wife ; and d 
15 Nov. 1822, leaving an only surviving child, the laic Charll; 
Lane, Esq. of Badgernore. 

Arms — Per ; ;ilc az. and gu. three saltiers couped avg 
Crest — Two griffins' heads, one gu. the other az. issuing out o 
a crescent. Motto — Nee degenero. 

iScat— Badgernore, near Henley-on-Thames, Oxford. 






Lane, Theopiiiltjs William, Esq., of Ejclnnrl?, 
). Hereford, J. P. and D.L. co. Hereford, b. May 
317, educated at Trin. Coll. Cambridge, M.A. ; w. 
uly, 18-48, Emily, dan. of Charles Eo^vcn, Esq. of 
iilna Court, Queen's Co. 

jLinfiigC— This branch of the family of Lano has boon 
(tiled for many generatinns in co. Hereford, and represents 
le very ancient House of Rodd of th: Rodd. 

Theopiiilus Lane, Esq. (elder son, by Anne his wife, of 
heophilus Lane, Esq.), ni. Juliana, dau. and co-heir of Banip- 
rlde Rodd, Esq. of the Rodd, co. Hereford, and of Stoke 
anon, Devon, by his wife, the only dau. of Mr. Justice Price, 
f the Common Pleas, of Foxley, co. Hereford, and had, with 
ivo daus. and a son, another son, 

EoBEBT Lane, Esq. of Ryelands, to. 1777, Anne, dau. of 
eter Symons, Esq. of Plymouth {see Stjions of Cluxddlfwood), 
nd dying 1817, was s. by his only son, 

Robert Lane, Esq. of Ryelands, J.P., High Sheriff 1841, h. 
larch, 1785 ; m. Oct. 1813, Ann, dau. of John Livesey, Esq. 
f Coppul Hall, CO. Lancaster, by Mary his wile, dau. of 
amuel Clowes, Esq. of Broughton Hall, and had issue, 

I. Robert, b. 1815; d. v/am. 1836. 

II. Theophilus William, now of Ryelands. 

I. Juliana, m. 1855, Capt. Godfrey Colpoys Bloomfleld, son 

of John Bloomfield, Esq. of Castle Caldwell, co. Fermanagh, 

and is deceased. 
u. Mary Harriet, m. Rev. Vernon George Guise, Rector of 

Longhope, co. Gloucester, 4tli son of Gen. Sir John Guise, 

Bart., G.C.B. 
le d. 1873. 

Armst — Per pale az. and gu. thr»e saltiers couped artr. Cvst 
—Out of a crescent or, two griffins' lieads, one gu. the other az. 
Motto — Celeritate. 

Scat — Ryelands, near Leominster, co. Hereford. 


See Fox. 


See Eueke's Peerage, Motvbeay akd Stouetox. 


Langlet, George, Esq. of Coal Brook, co. Tip- 
peravy, J.P., h. 9 June, 1838; vi. 2 Oct. 1862, 
Katherine Elizabeth, dau. of Eev. George Peacocke, 
Rector of Holycross, and has issue three daus., 

X. Katherine Georgina. 

n. Elizabeth Dorothea Villiers. iii. Ilenrietta. 

He s. his brother 18GS. 

S>iUCt{(];C. — Henry Langlet, a Lieut, in Capt. Thomas 
Ask's troop in Col. Hierom Sankey's regt. of horse in Crom- 
well's army, went to Ireland, and was put in possession of 
lands in the Earony of Slievardagh, co. Tipperary, 1655. His 
wife's name was Ann, and his sister, Dorothy Langley, was of 
Bury, CO. Lancaster. Henry Langley, whose will bears date 
2 Feb. 16G6, was dead 1667. His son, 

Charles Langlet, Esq., of Lisnamrock, eo. Tipperary, to 
whom his father left lands in the Earony of Slievardagh, d. 
before 29 March, 1723, whenhiswill was proved. He leftason, 

Eenrt Langlet, Esq. of Lisnamrock, iii. and had issue, 

I. Charles, his heir. 

n. Henry, of Priestown, co. Tipperary, ancestor of the family 
of Langley of Brittas Castle. 

m. Lawrence, Capt. R.N. ; d. unm. 

IV. Thomas, of Archerstown, co. Tipperary, r,i. 1780, Cathe- 
rine, dau. of John Nicholson, Esq. of Turtulia, co. Tip- 
perary ; and d. 1807, having had 

1 Henry, of Archerstown, m. 1815, Lydia, eldest dau. of 
Richard Levinge, Esq. of Belmont, co. Kilkenny, and d. 
28 Dec. 1858, having had surviving issue, 

Henry Langley, Esq., of Archerstown, Thurles, co. 
Tipperary, J. P., b. 20 Oct. 1820; m. 7 Aug. 1860, 
Catherine Maria Victoria, dau. of John Toler, Esq., 
and has a son, Henry, 6. 7 July, 1S62, and a dau., 
Catherine EUz.ibcth. Charles. 

2 I/awrence. 3 Thomas. 

1 Blanch. 2 Anna Maria. 3 Catherine. 

T. Rachel, m. — Blackmore, Esq. of CO. Kildare. 
Henry Langley "s son and successor, 

CtiARLEs Langlet, Esq. of Lisnamrock, who.'?e will, datctt 
13 Oct. 1791, was proved 21 March, 1793, vi. Alice Croker, of 
the family of Choker of IkiUinagardc, co. Limerick, and haJ 

I. IIenrt, his heir. ii. Charles, d. un:n. 

III. Thomas. 

IV. Lawrence, r,i. a dau. of Going, of Ballyphilip, d. s.p. 

The eldest son, 

IIexry Langlet, Esq. of Lisnamrock, co. Tipperary, m. 
Frances, dau. of Jeremiah Jackson, Esq. of Fannin^stown, 
CO. Limerick, and had issue, 

I. Charles, his heir. 

II. Jeremiah, ,ii. Lydia, eldest dau. of Godfrey Taylor, Esq. 
of Noan, co. Tipperary, and had issue, 

1 Henry, Lieut. E.I.C. Xavy, murdered in a mutiny atsc3. 

2 Charles. 

1 Frances. 2 Lydia, in. Lieut. George Jackson, U.M. 
I. Catherine, iii. George Tuthill, Esq. of Ballyteigue, oo. 
Limerick, and had issue. 

The eldest son, 

Charles Henry Langley, Esq. of Lisnamrock and C'^r. 
Brook, a Deputy Governor of co. Tipperary, m. 24 July, 1791, 
Frances, dau. of Col. John Bagwell, of Kihnore, co. Tippc:ai>/ 
and had issue, 

I. Henry, his heir. ii. Charles, d. unm. 

III. John, (/. inuii. 

IV. Hamilton William, to. Isabella, dau. of Ion Studdert, 
Esq. of Elm Hill, co. Clare; and d. in Buenos Ayres, ls(;7, 
leaving issue, Charles; Ion; Hamilton; Henry; George: 
Emily, m. John Eraser, Esq. ; and Frances. 

I. Frances, m. 16 Feb. 1816, William Atkinson, Esq. oi 
Retains, co. Mayo. ii. Isabella, d. young. 

III. Catherine, «i. Piercy Bagwell, Esq., Commander 11. N.; 
and d. s. p. iv. Elizabeth, d. young. 

V. Jane, to. Rev. David Whitty, of Rathvilly, and has issue, 
John, m. Emily, dau. of Willinm Garde, Esq.; Charles, 
M.D. ; Irwin; Frances; Anne, „i. John Bury, M.D. ; Eliza- 
beth, m. Arthur English, Esq.; and Gertrude. 

VI. Gertrude, m. Rev. William Whitty, M.A., of Cromwell's 
Ford, CO. Carlow, and has issue, William (Eev.); Charl.s 
Langley, late 66tli regt. ; Richard Lawrence ; and Anno 
Elizabeth, d. young. 

VII. Dorcas, ra. James Kickson, Esq. of Clane, co. Kil- 
kenny, and has issue, Arundel, R.A. ; Frances; and Hen- 

Mr. Langley d. 10 April, IS-Tl, and was .5. by his eldest son, 

Henry Langlet, Esq. of Coal Brook and Lisnamrock, to. 
9 April, 1S32, his cousin, Elizabeth Dorothea, dau. of George 
Tuthill, Esq. of Ballyteigue, co. Limerick, and d. 16 Aug. 
1860, having had three sons, 

I. Charles Henry, late of Coal Brook, d. v.nm. 7 Aug. 1863. 

II. George, now of Coal Brook. 

III. Henry Percy, d. young, 11 June, 1S44. 

Anns — Arg., a fess sa. in chief three hurts. Crest — A cocka- 
trice, wings addorsed sa. combed and wattled gu. Jictto — 
Fide sed cui vide. 

Seat — Coal Brook, New Birmingham, co. Tipperaiy. 


La>'GLEY, Henet, Esq., formerly of Brittas 
Castle, CO. Tipperary, now possessed of landed pro- 
perty near Thurles, Fethard, and Ardflnan, co. Tip- 
perary, J. P. and D.L., late 2nd Life Guards, b. 19 
Sept. 1820; m. 15 Dec. 1815, Harriet Maria, only 
child of James Bradshaw, Esq., M.P. for Canter- 
bury, and has issue, 

I. Henrt FiTzEoT James, b. 8 Dec. IS-IG. 

II. Gerald Charles, R.N., 6. 13 Oct. 1848. 

III. Hubert Boyle, 6. 5 March, 1S52. 

IV. Walter Louis Frederick Golcz, b. 22 Feb. ISCS. 
v. Algernon Arthur, b. 25 March, 1S63. 

VI. Claude Spencer, b. 25 Sept. 1867. 

1. Grace. 11. Isabel Augusta Kitty. m. Florence. 

IV. Constance Laura Mary. v. Marion. 

^inCilQC. — Henkt Langley, Esq. of Priestown, co. Tip- 
perary (2nd son of Henry Langley, Esq. of Li.~namrock, who 
was son of Charles Langley, Esq., and grandson of Lieut. 
Henry Langley, of Col. Hierom Sankey's regt. of horse in 
Cromwell's army), ',;i. Margaret, dau. and heiress of Oliver 
Grace, Esq. of Brittas Castle, who was grandson of John 
Grace, Esq. of Brittas Castle, by Joan his wife, dau. of Thouias 
Butler, Esq. of Brittas, great-grandson of Tibbott Butler, 
brother of Edmund, Lord Dunboyne. Jolin Grace, of Brituis 
Castle, was great-grandson of Sir Oliver Grace, of Eallyliu>;li, 
whose falher, John Grace, Baron of Courtstown, was reprc- 






SL'iitative of the great Anjrlo-K'orman family of Grace. By 

JlavRaret liis wife, Ilcnry Lan^lcy liad issue, 
Henky Grace, of Brittas Castle, m. Ist, Sophia, 'clan, of 
Tenison; and 2iitlly. Slary, dau. of John Bagwell, of Marl- 
fisld, CO. Tippcrai-y, M.l'.; and d. s.p- Oliver. 

The 2na son, 

Oliver Lanclet, Ksq., m. 17S3, Elizabeth Butler, and left 
issue at his decease, 182-1, 

Hexrv, his heir. riichard. Lieut, in the army. 

(Oliver (llcv.). La\v)-cnec, m. 

John. m. Mary, dau. of Xatt. Taylor, Esq. of Somorville, co. 
Tijiperary, and had issue, .Susanna, Helena, and Adelaide. 
Mai'garet, m. Kieliard Phillips, Esq. 
Mary, m. John liunt, Esq. 
The eldest son, 

Henr? Langlet, Esq. of Brittas Castle, Major in the army, 
m. 7 May, 1807, Maria, dau. of Ilcnry Tenton, Esq. of Pcnton- 
ville, Middlesex, M.P. for Winchester, and had issue, 
Henry, present representative of the family. 
Oliver Grace, Col. in the army, m. Marie, dau. of J. E. Wil- 
Idnson, Esq. of Pottcrton Hall, co. Corli, and has issue, one 
son and one dau. 

Elizabeth Maria, m. Col. Henry Pcnton, of Pentonville, and 
has issue. 
Catherine Fanny, m. Percy Gough, Esq., and has issue four 
sons and two daus. 
Mary, hi. William Perry, Esq. of WoodroofT, Clonmcl, J.P. 

and D.L., and has issue one son and one dau. 
Sophia, (I. unni. 

Isabella Petronella, in. Edward Bagwell Purefoy, Eector of 
Greenfields, J.P. and D.L. for Tipperary. 
Major Langley d. 12 Oct. 1834, and his widow, Maria, Feb. 

Avma — Arff., on a fcss sa. a crescent or, in chief three hurts, 
quartering, Grace of Brittit.i C'aitle. : gs. a lion rampant per 
less. arg. and or. Crrst — A cockatrice, wings addoi'scd sa., 
combed wattled and spurred gu., charged with a crescent or. 
Motto — Fide sed cui vide. 

liesidcHce — 31, Queen's Gate Terrace, London, W. 

See GoEE. 


L ANGTON, Eexnkt Rothes, Esq. of Langton Hall, 
CO. Lincoln, D.L., High Sheriff 1874, b. 9 May, 1810; 
m. 6 June, 18G5, Lucy Katlieriiic, only dau. of the 
Ecv. Langliorne EurLon Burton, Esq. of Somursby, 
and has issue, 

I. Bennet, h. 1870. TT. Another son, 

I. Mabel Katherine Marlon Burton. 

II. Diana Ciiarlotte Lee Mainwaring. 

lu. Dora Florence Geraldine. iv. A dan, v. A dau. 

iljlVCrfCJC. — The manor of Langton has been for a very 
considerable period in tlie possession of this very ancient 
family, which derives its name from the parish, and has its 
pedigree entered in the Visitation of co. Lincoln of 1G34. 
"The village of Langton," says Allen, in his IlUlonj of 
lincolnshire, "is celebrated as liaving been the birthplace 
of three distinguished characters: 1st, .Stephen Langton, 
Cardinal- Archbishop of Canterbury in the reign of King John; 
2nd, Dr. William Langton, President of Magdalen Coll. Ox- 
ford, temp. James I.; and 3rd, Bennet Langton, whose name 
is associated with Dr. Samuel Johnson." George Langton, 
Esq., eldest son and heir of George Langton, Esq., by his 
wife. Miss Feme, m. Diana, dau. of Edmund Turnor, Esq. of 
Stoice Rochford, co. Lincoln, and had issue, i. Bennet, his 
heir; ii. Feme, d. young; i. Diana, m. Rev. Dr. Ovedale; and 
II. JuUet, m. Itev. Wilham Brackenbury. The eldest son and 

Bennet Langton, Esq. of Langton, to. 1770, Mary, Dowager- 
Countess of Itothes, dau. of Gresham Lloyd, Esq., by Mary 
Hult his wife, great-niece of tlie Lok^ Chief Justice Holt, and 
had is.sue (with six daus., Mary, Diana, Jane, Elizabeth, 
Isabella, and Margaret), three sons, 

George, of Langton. 

Peregrine, who assumed the surname of BTassingbekd (see 
Massinoberd of Ganliji). 

Algernon, b. 1781; originally a military officer, subsequently 
in holy orders; m. Mary Anne, sister of Edwai'd Drcwe, 
Esq. of Grange, Devon; and d. 1821), leaving one child, 

The son and heir, 


I George Langton, Esq. of Langton, m. Elizabeth, dau. 

I Thomas Mainwaring, Esq., and was father of 

; John Stephen Langton, Esq., m. 1825, Alice, dau. of Johc 
Armstrong, Esq., and by her (who d. 1833) had a son, 

George Bennet Langton, Esq., m. 1839, Marianne, youngest 
dau. of Langley Brackenbury, Esq. (son of Langlcy Cart 
Brackenbury, Esq. of Panton Hall, co. Lincoln). He and his 
wife both d. 1844, leaving issue, Bennet IIothes Langton, 
Esq., now of Langton Hall; John Stephen Algernon, h. 1842; 
and George Bennet, b. 1844. 

Arni^ — Quarterly, sa. and or, a bend arg. Crcat — An eagle 
or, and a wivein vert, interwoven and erect on tUeir tails 
(b't(t(— Langton Hall, Spilsby, co. Lincoln. 



Langton, Fkancis Albert Eomuald, Esq. of 
Danganmore, co. Xilkenny, b. 7 Feb. 1810 ; m. 8 
April, 18G9, Margai'et Cecilia, 2ud dau. of the late 
John Michael Tobin, Esq. of Montreal, Canada, by 
Catherine Lis wife, eldest dau. of Col. Maxwell, 
l.jth Fusiliers, and has with other issue a son, 

Henry Francis, &. 12 Feb. 1870. 

ILiuCrtgC. — The Langtons of KlUccnny arc a family of 
great antiquity, and have been settled in Ireland from a 
remote period. Tliey were previously of cos. Lcieester and 
Lancaster, deriving descent, through the junior bran-jh, the 
Langtons of Low, co. Lancaster, Lords of Hindley, from the 
Langtons, Barons of Newton, whose Arms, "Arg., thitc 
chevroncls gu.," the Kilkenny family has invariably borne. 
For centuries they were among the first citizens of Kilkenny, 
intermarrying with the Eothes, the Blanchvillcs, the Archcis, 
the Shoes, the Butlers, &c. 

Nicholas Langton, Esq. of Grcnnan, Queen's Co., M.P, 
for Kilkenny, son of Richard Langton FitzJohn, of Kilkenny, 
was mainly instrumental in obtaining from King James I. the 
" Great Charter of Kilkenny." His son, Michael Langton, 
Esq. of liilkenny, b. 1606, was father of 

Nicholas Langton, Esq. of Kilkenny, b. 1C30, who was 
banished by Cromwell to 3allinakill, but returned to Kilkenny 
1G32. He m. 1059, Jane, dau. of William Shee, Esq. of Cloran; 
and d. 1G83, leaving, with younger issue, a son, 

Michael Langton, Esq. of Kilkenny, 6. 1663-G4; in. 1703, 
Eleanor, dau. of Pierce Eothe, Esq., and was s. at his death, 
1737, by his eldest son, 

Nicholas Langton, Esq., &. in Kilkenny 1705; in. 17.10, 
Frances, dau. of Laurence Carew, of Cadiz; and d. in Spain 
1779, leaving, with younger children, a son and heir, 

Michael Laurence Joseph Langton, Esq. of Cadiz, b. 1737 ; 
TO. 1st, Mary Ellen, dau. of Gerard Wadding, Esq., and had 
by her three daus., of whom the 2nd, Mary, j?;. P. Cruise, Esq. 
He in. 2ndly, 176G, Mary, dau. of Thomas Dillon, Esq., aud by 
her had issue, 

Nicholas, an officer in Dillon's regt., in France, and after- 
wai'ds Capt. in the Spanish service; d. v.nm. 1794. 

Michael Theobald, of whom presently. 

Thomas Marie del Carmen Edward, d. young. 

Fi'ancis Christina Nimpha, in. 1785, Julm Claud Gabet, 
Director of the Mint House, at Lyons; and d. 1829. 

Marie Christine Seraphine Julienne, to. 1794, Baron Andilla, 
Knt. of Valencia; and d. s. jj. 1841. 

Jlai-ie Carmen Joseph Andrea, m. 1798, Bias Aranza, Knt. of 
St. James, Intendant of Catalonia. 

Josofa Teresa Ramona Donata, m. 1792, Don Jose Brun 
y Yassi, Macstrante de Ronda, Intendcnte Honorai'io de 
i'rovineio, and Treasurer ot Cadiz; and d. 170C. 

Henrietta Nimphe, d. unm. 180C. 

The 2nd son 

Michael Theobald Langton, Esq. of Bath, m. 21 Nov. 1820, 
l\Iary, eldest dau. and co-heiress of .Icrcniiah Ryan, Esq. of 
Newtown, co. Waterford, by Jlargaret his wife, dau. of Joseph 
Burko, Esq. of Rockville, co. Tipperary, and by lier (who d, 
22 Jan. 18G4) had issue, 

Henry Michael Faustinds, late of Danganmore. 
Theobald Arthur Lambert, in holy orders of the Church of 
Rome, b. 17 Sept. 1830; d. 8 Aug. 18GG. 
Francis Albert Romdald, now of D.inganmoro. 
Mary Frances Chrl-itina, in. 1845, Peter Cirehnn, Esq., eldest 

son of Stephen Grclian, Esq. of Rutland Square, Dublin. 
Margaret Caroline Felicia, a Sister of Charity, d. i 1 Oct. 

Josephine Jane Simonna, a Nun in tiio Ursuline Convent, 
Cork; d. 19 Dec. 18e9. 
I'leanora Mary Susanna, if. 8 Sept. 1847. 
ICIiza Mary Frances. 
CaUierineWilhelmina Pauline, d. au infant, 15 Dec. 1835. 







3 eldest son, 

Henbt Micuael Facstinits Lanctos, Esq. of Danfranmore, 
.Kilkenny, Capt. Loutli Rifles <-• !•'> I^'-'b. 182iJ; i(. 1871, 
a was s. by his brotlicr, now of Uansanmore. 

4i;hs — Arg., three chevroncls gu. Crest — A heart gu. 
tneen two v,inc,s displayed arg. Jioiio— Sursum corda. 
^■^.^; — Danganmore, Thomastown, co. Kilkenny. 


Laslett, William, Esq. of Abberton Hall, co. 
.''orcestci-, J.P., Bamster-at-Law, M.P., b. 9 Oct. 
Wl ; m. 3 Feb. 1842, Maria, eldest dau. of the late 
iglit Rev. Dr. Carr, IBishop of Worcester. lie was 
L.P. for Worcester from 1852 to 1860 ; contested 
isiiccessfullv the Eastern Uivision of the co. of 
.'oncstcr with the Hou. G-. E. Lyttelton 1868 ; 
id was returned for the city of Worcester ia the 
me year. 

iLlUCaCJC— Thomas Laslett, Esq., i;!.20 July, 17C0, Jane, 

ily child of Ralph Euunersun, Esq., d. 3 Aug. 1788, leaving 

son and heir, 

Thojias Emmerson Laslett, Esq., d. 19 Dec. ISlC, leaving 

sue by Sophia liis wife, 

William, now of Abbcrtnn Hall. 

Sophia, d. unni. i Dec. laol. 

Sea<.3— Abberton Uall, near Pershorc; and Ilinton, near 

Latham, G-eoege William, Esq. of Eradwall 
all, CO. Chester, J.P., M.A. Brasenose Coll. Ox>:.n. 
852, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, J. P., 
. 4 May, 1827 ; m. 21 Aug. 1856, Elizabeth Sarah, 
Idest ciau. of the Eey. H. Luttman Johnson, of 
iinderton House, Sussex, and has issue, 

I. John Done Oskatel, 6. 1858; d. 1859. 

II. .Alexander Mere, b. 20 Aug. 18G2. 
1. Honora Ehzabeth Ann. 

3LtllCil5C. — This family claims to be a junior branch of 
;ie ancient Cheshire House of Lathom of Lathom and Kiimcs- 
')j, which terminated in an heiress, Isabella Lathom, who 
}. Sir John Stanley, Knt., ancestor of the Earls of Derby. In 
he reign of Henry VIII., Alexander de Latham occurs in 
xisting deeds as seised of lands in Astbury, and using the 
ame arms, and from him property descended lineally to 
he Lathams of BradwxU. 

Rev. John Latham, Rector of Lawton, co. Chester, h. 1G3G 
son of John Latham, of Conglcton, whose father, John 

atham, of the same place, was grandson of Alexander Latham, 

.Iso of Congleton, living Ump. IIesby VIII.), m. 31 March, 

G32, Maria Moreten, and d. 5 June, 1705, leaving (with a 

lau., Hester, m. Rev. WilHam Hall, Rector of Gawsworth, and 

\l. s. p.) an only son and heir. 

Rev. John Latham, Minister of Bunney, co. Notts, and of 
ItVoolstrop, CO. Leicester, 6. 11 Xov. 1694; r,t. Margaret, dau. 
ijf WiUiam Knott, Esq. of Great Gonerby, co. Lincoln, anil 
aad two sons, John, his successor; and Charles, of Waltham, 
20. Leicester, m. and had issue. The elder son, 
i Rev. John Latham, B.A., Minister of Siddington, co. Chester, 
6. 23 Nov. 1725; ?u. 9 June, 1753, Sarah, dau. of Richard 
Podmore, Esq. of Sandbach, and had issue, 

John, M.D., his heir. 

Itichard, of Sandbach, m. Sarah, dau. of Charles Latham, 
Esq. of Waltham, co. Leicester, and had issue four sous. 

Mr. Latham d. 21 June, 1783, and was .s. by his son, 

John Latham, Esq., M.D., at some time President of the 
Royal College of Piiysicians, London, F.R.S., L.S., &o., b. 
29 Dec. 17G1, who purchased Bradwall 1802. lie in. 12 April, 
1784, Mary, eldest dau. and co-heiress of Rev. Peter Meyer, 
Vicar of Prestbury (descended from Mere ofJIere, co. Chester), 
by Martha his wife (second dau. and co-heir of John Ardernc, 
Esq. of Sutton, sprung from a scion of Arderne of AU-anloj), 
and bad issue, 

John, D.C.L., sometime Fellow of All Souls' Coll. Oxford, 
his heir. 

Peter Mere, M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, 
b. 1 July, 17b9; m. 1st, Sept. 1824, Diana Clarissa, dau. of 
Major-Gen. tlie Hon. Granville Anson Chctwynd StapyUon, 
ami that lady dying s. p. 23 Sept. 1825. he rn. 2ndly, 
14 Feb. 1833, Grace Mary, 3rd dau. of David Chambers, 

Esq., Commander R.N. (who d. March, 13GS); and d 
20 July, ISi'l, having by her had issue. 
Henry (Kev.), JI.A., 6.4 Nov. 1794; m. 27 July, 1824, Maria 
3rd dau. and co-heir of James Halliwell, Esq. of Broumtiuiu' 
CO. Lancaster, and had issue. He </. Aug. 1867. ' 

Sarah, m. 2 Aug. 1808, Georce Ormerod, Esq., D.C.L. 
F.R.S., A-c, of Sedbury Park, co. Gloucester, andTylde«ley' 
CO. Lancaster {see Ormerod of Ti/lUutey). ' 

Frances, U. unm. 1829. 
Dr. Latham d. 1843, and was ». by his son, 

John Latham, Esq. of Bradwall Hall, D.C.L. All Souls'CoIl. 
Oxford, b. 18 March, 1787; ai. 24 May, 1821, Elizabeth Annei 
eldest dau. of Sir Henry Dainpier, Knt., one of the Judges of 
the Court of King's Bench, and by her (who d. 21 May, 1839) 
had issue, 

John Henry, 6. 14 Feb. 1823; d. 4 July, 1S:3. 

George William, now of Bradwall Uall. 

Thomas Dampier, </. young, 1837. 

Fiancis Law, Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A., b. 5 Aug. 
1837; m. 18.55, Caroline, dau. of Rev. C. Hutchinson, Canon 
of Chichester, and has issue. 

Blary Frances, m. Rev. A. Jones. 
Mr. Latham d. 30 Jan. 1S53. 

^ )•))!«— Erminois, on a chief indented az. three bezants, over 
all a bend gu. Crest — On a rock ppr. an eagle with wings 
elevated eiTuinois, preying on a child ppr. swaddled az. bonded 
arg. Mnlto — Expertus fidelcm. 

^'eai— Bradwall Hall, Sandbach, co. Chester. 


La Touche, William Kobekt, Esq. of Belleruc, 
CO. Wicklow, D.L. for co. Leitrim, J. P. for Wick- 
low, High Sheriff for Wicklow 1860, and for 
Leitrim 1865, m. 18 July, 1867, Ellen, dau. of the 
late William Henn, Esq., Master in Chancery. 

ItiUCilCJC.— The family of La Touche was cstaUishcd ia 
Ireland by David Digces de La Toi:cnE, a Huguenot, who 
settled in that kingdom after the Revocation of the Edict of 
Nantes, having served first as volunteer, and afterwards as 
Lieut, and Capt. in the Princess Anne's regiment of infantry. 
He was the 4th son of a noble Protestant family of the Blesois, 
which possessed considerable estates between Blois and Orleans, 
and in other parts of France. He first fled to Holland, where 
a branch of his family had for some time been established, and 
shortly afterwards embarking with the Prince of Orange, 
served the Irish campaign under him. At the conclusion of the 
war, Mr. La Touche, with many of his countrymen, settled in 
Dublin. He iu. twice; by his 2nd wife he had no issue, bmt 
by the 1st (whom he ra. 5 Jidy, 1G90), Judith Biard, dau. of 
No^ Biard and Judith Chevalier his wife, he hud, with two 
daus., issue, 

I. David, of whom presently. 

II. James Digges La Touche, of Dublin, m. 1st, 1735, 
Klizabeth, dau. of David Chaigneau, Esq., and had issue by 
her an only child, 

Eiizabeth Wilhelniina, wife of Robert Barry, Esq., 3rd son 
of Sir Edward Barry, Bart. 
He );). 2ndly, 1743, Matilda, dau. of William Thwaites, Esq. 
(will dated 17 Nov. 1752, and provid 29 Sept. 17G3., and had 
issue by her, 
1 Vrilliam Digges La Touche, Esq. of Dublin, r.i. Grace, 
dau. ot John Puget. Esq. of London, and had issue, 
James Digges La Touche, Esq. of Sans Souci, co. Dublin, 
T,i. Isabella, dau. of Sir James Lawrence Cotter, Bart., 
and left issue at his decease, 1827, William Digges, 
';i). 13 Sept. 1842, Louisa, dau. of Christopher L'Estrange- 
Carleton, Esq. of Market Hill, co. Fermanagh, and has 
issue; James Digges; John George Digores; Ediuond 
Robert Digges, Barrister-at-Law; isabelia Digfees; 
Grace Digges; and Elizabeth Digges. ■ 
AVilham Digges, d. unm. 

Tliomas Digges, m. Anne, dan. of— Necdham, Esq. 
Esther, wiieof Rev. Benjamin Waller. 
Elizabeth, )/(. Rev. Caisar Otway. 
Grace, wife of Rev. George Edmond Cotter. 

dau of Rev. Ca;sar Otway, and had issue; Thiophilus 
Dirges, (?. wiu/i.; William Digges, </. .-■. ;>. :; 
Eiiiily, wife of John Brcnnan, Esq , a six Clerk in Chan- 
cery; Frances: Harriett: and Sophia. • ___ 

3 Theophilus Digges, of Du'ulin, </. u.i.n. 1777. 

4 David Digges, of Dublin, U. aum. 1778. 

Mr. La Touche d. 17 Oct. 1745, and was s. iu the Bank which 
he had established in Dublin by his son, 

Davo La Todche, Esq., 6. 31 Dec. 170.;, who had been 
educated in Holland with his relation, Digues de la Motte, of 





Eotterdara. lie m. 8 Feb. 1724-25, Mary Anne, dau. of 
Gabriel Canasilhes, and bad issue, 

Galiriel David, b. 1728; d. v. p. 

DAvro (Right Hon.), of Marlay. James, J<. 1730; d.v.iJ. 

John, of Harristown. 

Petek, of Belk'vue, M.P., of whom presently. 

Gabriel, b. 26 Dec. 1734. Mattliew, b. 1738. 

Mary Anne, b. 172G. Martha, h. 17:!6. 

Elizabeth, twin with Martha. Judith, b. 1742. 

Mr. La Touche d. Feb. 1875. The eldest son, 

The Eight Hon. David La Todche, of Marlay, co. Dublin, 
many years M.P. for his own Borough of Newcastle and otlier 
places, TO. 1762, Elizabeth, dau. of the Eight Eev. George 
Marlay, D.D., Bishop of Dromore, son of Chief Justice Marlay, 
and by her (who was first cousin to the Bight Hon. Henry 
Grattan) had issue, 

David, his heir. George, d. wim. 1823. 

John David, of whom presently. 

Peteb, b. 1777; of whom hereafter, as successor to his uncle 
of Bellevue. 

Eobert, Lieut. -Col. of the Carlow Militia, and for some years 
M.P. for Carlow, b. 1783; d. s. p. William, </. young. 

Elizabeth, m. 1781, Robert, 3rd Earl of Lanesborough. 

Harriet, m. Sir Nicholas Colthurst, 3rd bart. of Ardrum, co. 

Emily, m. Nov. 1790, Col. George Vcsey, of Lucan House, 
CO. Dublin. 

Anne, m. George Jeffreys, Esq. of Blarney Castle, co. Cork. 

Maria, r,i. 1801, the Eight Hon. Maurice Fitzgerald, Knight 
of Kerry. 
Mr. La Touche d. June, 1816. His eldest son, 

David La Toccue, Esq. of Marlay, Col. of the Carlow Jlili tin, 
and for many years M.P. for that co., m. 24 Dec. 1789, Lady 
Cecilia Leeson, dau. of the Earl of Milltown, and left issue, 
I. David, d. warn. 1830; ii. John (Rev.), Vicar of Mountrath, 
in. and had issue; in. George, b. 1798, ra. and had children; 
IV. Peter, Col. E.I.C.S., m. a dau. of Gen. Maxwell, and had 
issue; V. William, d. v.nm.; vi. Robert, Capt. in the army, 
TO. and had issue; vii. Cecil, d. unm.; i. Elizabeth, m. Lord 
Brandon ; ii. Harriett, m. Villiers Hatton, Eear-.UImiral E.N. ; 
III. I' ranees, d. mvn. ; iv. Emily ; and v. Mary. Col. La 
Touche sold Marlay to his brother, 

John David La Touche, Esq., b. 2 Jan. 1772; m. JIarch, 
1799, Anne Caroline, dau. of Charles Tottenham, Esq. of New 
Ecss, CO. We.'cford (sec Tottenham;, and d. Aug. 1833, leaving 

David Charles, late of Marlay, Col. cf the co. Dulilin 

Militia, J. P. and D.L., 6. 18 April, ISOO; High Sheriff of 
^Vit•klow ls38, and of the co. of the City of Dublin, 1843, 
d. until. 

Charles John, b. 21 March, 1811; m. June, 1850, Mademoi- 
selle Marie dc Fouchier, and has a son, John David, 6. May, 

Frances Caroline Sarah, d. 1877. Elizabeth Louisa. 

Anne Caroline, d. utiui. 1844. 

Petee La Touche, Esq. of Bellevue, Crd surviving son of 
David Digues La Touche, Esq. of Bellevue, by Mary Anne iiis 
wife, sat for many years in Parliament as Knight of the Shire 
for Leitrim. He m. 1st, 1766, Eebecca, only dau. of Eobert 
Vicars, Esq. of Grantstown, Queen's Co., which lady d. s. ii. 
1786; and 2ndly, EUzabeth, dau. of Eichard Vicars, Esq. of 
Lavally, which lady, who had no children, survived her 
husband a considerable time. Having no issue, Mr. La Touche 
adopted (the 4th son of his brother, the Right Hon. David La 
Touche, of Marlay) his nephew, 

Peter La Touche, Esq. This gentleman, who was b. 1777, 
m. 1806, the Hon. Charlotte Maude, dau. of Comwallis, 1st 
Viscount Hawarden, and by her (who rf. 2 Dec. 1874) had issue 

Peter, his heir. Cornwallis, d. in India. 

William Robert, now of Bellevue (xee above). 

Ashley, ru. 2 May, 1861, Sarah Julia, dau. of Col.' Sir W. Cox, 
of Coolcliffe. Charles Henry, d. 1876. 

Francis, late High Sheriff of co. Leitrim. James, d. 1854. 

Octavius, -Hi. Cecilia La Touche. John Alexander. 

Isabella. Charlotte. Mary. 

Eliza, in. Eev. James Godley. Elizabeth, d. young. 

3Ir. La Touche d. 11 Feb. 1830, and was «. by his son, 

Peter La Touciie, Esq. of Bellevue, whose brother and heir 
is the present William Robert La Touche, Esq. of Bellevue. 

^)-//!s— Arg., a pomegranate slipped in pale ppr. on a chief 
of the last, two mullets of the field. tVti(— A mullet of live piints 
pierced arg. J/o»f<— Quid verum atque decens euro et le^o 

Seat — Bellevue, Delgany. 

16 May, 1843, Maria, only child of Rcj 
Price, Esq. of Treiigwaiutou, co. Coj 


La TorcHE, John, Esq. of Harristown, co. Kil- 
darc, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1846, b. 16 Sei^t. 

1814; m. 

wall (by his wife, Catherine, Countess Dowager] 
Desart) and has issue. i 

I. Eobert Percy O'Con.vor, J.P., 6. 12 July, 1846; m. 9 W ' 

1870, Lady Annette Louisa, 2nd dau. of John, 3rd 

of Clonmell. 

I. Emily Maria, w. 27 June, 1865, Hon. Bernard Matt 
Ward, 32nd Light Infantry, 4th son of Viscount Eaiij ,tH 
and d. 1 June, 1868, leaving issue. 

II. Eose Lucy, d. v.nm. 25 May, 1875. 

i£tltCHCJC. — John La Touche, Esq. of Harristown, 
ICiUlure, M.P., 2nd surviving son of David Digues La Tou 
Esq. of Marlay (see La Touche of JJcllerue), m. 1763, Gurtl 
Fitzgerald, dau. of Eobert XJniacke, Esq. of co. Cork 
took the name and arms of Fitzgerald), and had issue, 

Eobert, his heir. t. 

John, many years M.P. for co. Leitrim, d. vnm. f 

Gertrude, m. Francis Mathew, 2nd Earl of Llaudaff. I 

Marianne, m. Ralph Peter Dundas, Esq. 
Tlie elder son, f- 

Eobert La Touche, Esq. of Harristown, M.P. for co. Kild • 
m. 17 April, 1810, Lady Emily Le Poer Trench, youngest i ' 
of William Power Keating, 1st Earl of Clancarty, and by 
who d. 3 April, 1816, has issue, 

John, now of Harristown. 

Eobert, twin with John, d. 8 Sept. 1846. 

William, 6. 1815; d. 10 Jan. 1867. 

Anne, d. young. 

Gertrude, m. 1841, her cousin, Stanley McClintock, Esq., r 
of John McClintock, Esq. of Drumcar, by his wife, the I| 
Elizabeth Le Poer Trench. Emily, d. young 

Mr. La Touche d. May, 1844. 

Arms, ifc. — As La Touche nf Bellevue. 
lieaJ— Harristown, Brannoxtown, Newbridge. 


Bennet, Esq. of Eothams 


Sir. I 


Lawes, John 
Park, CO. Herts, J.P., b. 28 Dec. 1815 ; m. 28 I 
1812, CaroUne, youngest dau. of the late And 
Fountaiue, Esq. of Karford Hall, Norfolk, and 
I. Charles Bennet, b. Oct. 1843 ; m. 1869, his cot 
Marie Amelie Rose, dau. of Charles George Fount; 
Esq., and lias a son, 6. 187 
I. Caroline. 

ILilTCfttJC— John r>ESNET, Esq., J.P. (grandson of 
Bennet, Esq. by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of James Witte 
Esq. of Rothamsted, Recorder of St. Albans, son of Sir J 
Wittewrong, Bart., by Elizabeth Middleton his wife), der 
Rothamsted from his cousin, Thomas Wittewrong, Esq., 
last of the Wittewrongs, who d. unm. 1763, and dying < 
was s. in the estates by his nephew (son of his sister Mary 
Thomas Lawcs, E.^q., her husband), 

John Bennet Lawes, Esq. of Rothamsted, D.L., m. i 

1812, Marianne, dau. of John Sherman, Esq. of Drayton 

Oxford, and relict of Rev. David George Knox, and had is 

John Bennet, now of Rothamsted Park. 

Marianne, m- 30 Oct. ]»34, Charles Thomas Warde, E» 

Welcombe Warwick, and d. 1877, leaving sum 

issue, three daus. 

Emily Catharine, m. 1845. Lewis Mathias, Esq. of Lamj 
Court, CO. Pembroke, and has surviving issue, two sons 
two daus. 

Mr. Lawes d. 


22 Oct. 1825. 

Arms — Or, on a chief az. three cstoiles of the field. 
On a ducal coronet or, an ermine pas.sant ppr. 
Seat— Rothamsted Park, near St. Albans. 



Shine-Lawloe, Denis, Esq. of Castlelough ; 
Grenagh House, Killarney, co. Kerry, J. P., H 
Sheriti' 1840, b. 30 March, 1808 ; s. on attair 
his majority ; m. 1st, 4 June, 1840, Isabella, el( 
dau. of Edward Huddleston, Esq. of Sawston B 
CO. Cambridge, and by her (who d. 25 Sept. 18 
has issue, 

I. Denis Alexander, h. 8 July, 1843. 
I. Isabella Ellen, in. 25 April, ls6l, Daniel O'Connc 
of Darrynane Abbey, co. Kerry. 





Mary Jane, m. 26 Feb. 1876, Capt. C. W. Fondall, of 
)akhni, Ilyde, Isle of AVisrlU. 

Frances Mary, m.25 June, 1863, Daniel James O'Connell, 
;sq. of Grenagh, J.P., 2nd son of Sir James O'Connell, 
Bart, of Lakeview. 

Shine-Lawlor m. 2ik11t, 26 Aug. 1878, Alice 
•y, 2ncl clau. of Charles Kiloy, Esq., of 55, 
■ensborough Terrace, Hyde Park. 

lUE<l(tC. — Denis Shine, Esq. of Killarney (son of Denis 

?, Esq. of Mount Infant, co. Cork, by Eliza Barrett, his 

, ill. 21 Jan. 1807, Ellen, only dau. of Martin Lawlor, Esq. 

Jlarney, and by her (who d. 1867) left issue, 

;nis, now of Castlelough and Grenagh House. 

irtin, M.D. 

iry Anne, a Nun. 

shine was killed by a fall from li'^ horse, 17 June, 1S12. 
%t — Grenagh House, Killarney, co. Kerry. 



'/AWEENCE, Chkistian William, Esq. of Seven- 
ipton and Sandywell Park, co. Gloucester, iu 

Diplomatic Service, 2nd Secretary to "' 
bassy at St. Petersbui-g, b. 7 April, 1836 ; . 
icr 1877. 

iUCtlQC— From Sia Eobeut Lawrence, Knt., stated to 
; been great grandson of James Lawrence, of Ashton Hall, 
L,ancaster, living 37 Heket III., by Matilda his wife, dau. 
heir of John Washington, of Washington, co. Lancaster, 
illy descended, 

ALTER Laweence, Esq. of Sevenhampton, «o. Gloucester, 
;. 11 April, 1689, w^ho was son of Walter Lawrence, Esq. of 
iswick, and grandson of Eobert Lawrence, Esq. of Seven- 
pton, who was 4th in descent from William Lawrence, 
, living 1503, who purchased Sevenhampton. He m. 
•>b. 1762, Mary, dau. of John Cocks, Esq. of Woodman- 
, CO. Gloucester, grandson of Rev. Peter Cocks, Rector of 
op's Cleeve, co. Gloucester, 1593 to 1612, who m. Catho- 
, dau. of the Hon. Charles Brydges, 2nd son of John, 
Lord Chandos, and of Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Lord 
J de Wilton, through whom this famUy derives a royal 
ent from Edward I., King of England {sec Burke's Royal 
■enU). Mr. Peter Cocks was 2nd brother of Richard Cocks, 
. of Caslleditch, ancestor of Lord Somers. Mrs. Lawrence 
762. Her husband survived her two years, and was s. at 
lecease by his elder surviving son, 

ALTER Lawrence, Esq. of Sevenhampton, m. 22 Oct. 1766, 
cousin Mary, only surviving child of Thomas Hayward, 
, by Dorothy his wife, another dau. and co-heir of the said 
a Cocks, Esq. of Woodmancote, and left at his decease, 
me, 1810 (by her, who d. 18 Kov. 180-1), an only surviving 


ABY Lawrence, of Sevenhampton, representative, through 
two grandmothers, of the family of Cocks of Woodmancote, 
her descendants inherit a portion of their original estate. 
m. 16 Dec. 1790, William Morris, Esq., brother of Robert 
Tis, Esq., M.P. for Gloucester, and by him, who d. 20 Nov. 
1, left at her death, 19 Sept. 1839, an only surviving child, 
''alter Lawrence Lawrence, Esq. of Sevenhampton and 
dywell Park, J. P. and D.L., assumed by royal license, 
Aug. 1815, the surname and arms of Lawrence, by the 
re of his maternal grandfather, Walter Lawrence, Esq. He 
6. 21 May, 1799; m. 24 July, 1824, Mary, only dau. of 
istian Speldt, Esq. of Stratford, Essex, and d. 3 Dec. 1877, 
ing had issue, 

Walter, b. 21 Oct. 1834; d. 24 Dec. 1853. 
. Christian Wiluam, now of Sandywell Park and Seven- 

I. Anthony Cocks (Rev.), 6. 15 March, 1843; Rector of 
Whittington, co. Gloucester; m. 10 Aug. 1876, Mary Anne, 
2nd dau. of the late Rev. Dr. Ogilvie, Canon of Christ 
Church, and Rector of Ross, and has a dau., Katheriue 
Mary, 6. 17 May, 1877. 

Mary Elizabeth. ii. Alice. iii. Agatha. 

'rms — Arg., a cross raguly gu., for Lawrence ; and several 
rtcrings, among others that of Washington. In Harleian 
, 891, f. 99, a curious Badge is recorded as belonging to 
family, attached to the coat of Lawrence, quartering 
sHiNGTON. Ci-esi — The tail and lower part of a fish erected 
couped ppr. 

V. :— Sandy well Park Sevenhampton Manor, both near 


Lawrexce, Eev. Chaeles, of Lisrcaghan, co. 
Galway, formerly Vicar of Thurton, Diocese cf 
Norwich, b. 28 Oct. 1828 ; m. 26 Feb. 1866, Cecil, 
yoitngest dau. of the late Gen. Sir Charles Wale, 
K.C.B., of Shelford, co. Cambridge. 

3LUTC33C. — This family claims to be a younger branch of 
the very ancient and distinguished family of the Lawrences of 
Lancashire, descended from Sir Richard Lawrence, of Ashton 
Hall, in that co., and was established in Ireland temp. Queca 

John Lawrence settled at Ballymorc, co. Galway, and bad 
issue, Walter, his heir ; John ; Edward ; Peter ; Joseph. 

Walter Lawrence, of Ballymore, «. his father, for whose 
distinguished services he was rewarded with large grants of 
lands, imder patent from James I., dated 1617. He m. 1603, 
Ciceley, dau. of GarrettMoore, Esq. of Brieze, co. Mayo, and d. 
1635, when he was s. by his only son, 

John Lawrence, of Ballymore and Lisreaghan, m. 1st, 
1G40, a dau. of John O'Donelan, Esq. of Ballydonelan, co. 
Galway, by whom he had no issue ; and 2ndly, Mabella, dau. 
of Killagh O'Kelly, Esq. of Aughrim, co. Gahv.iy, and had (with 
a dau., Mabella, m. J. Kelly, Esq. of Ballaffh, co. Galway) a 
son, Walter, of whom presently. He d. 1675 (his widow r,i. 
2ndly, James Deane, Esq.), and was s. by his son, 

Walter Lawrence, Esq. of Lisreaghan, in. 1673, Cieily, 
dau. of Col. Garrett Moore, of Cloghan Castle, King's Co., by 
his wife, the Lady Margaret, 2nd dau. of Richard, 6th Earl of 
Clanricarde, and by her (who 7n. 2ndly, John Kelly, Esq.) left 
at his decease, 1677 (with a dau., Honoria, m. H. Pelly, Esq. of 
Kill, CO. Galway), two sons, minors, John, d. s. p., under 
age; and, 

AV alter Lawrence, Esq. of Lisreaghan, m. 1669, Mary, dau. 
of Nicholas Arcedekne, Esq. of Gortnamona, co. Galway; and 
dying 1706, was s. by his eldest son (his youngest son, Peter, d. 
1758, a Rear-Admiral), 

John Lawrence, Esq. of Lisreaghan, m. 20 April, 1727, 
Mary, only dau. and heiress of John Scott, Esq. of Greenish 
and Cappavarnagh, co. Galway, and of Mont Serat, West 
Indies, by his wife, Anastasia, dau. of Robert ffrench, Esq. of 
Rahasane, co. Galway ; and dying 1730, was s. by his only son, 

Walter Lawrence, Esq. of Lisreagan, 6. 1729, m. 1 May, 
1760, Margery, only dau. of Edmond Netterville, Esq. of Long- 
ford, CO. Galway, and had issue, Peter, b. Aug. 17C2, d. s.p. 
July, 1790; and Maria, c?. WMft. 1823. Mr. Lawrence iH.2ndly, 
Aug. 1791, Catherine, dau. of John D'Arcy, Esq. of Ballykine, 
CO. Mayo (by Margaret his wife, youngest dau. of Denis Daly, 
Esq. of Raford, co. Galway, and grand-dau. of Michael, lOth 
Earl of Clanricarde), and by her had issue, 

W.4LTER, late of Lisreaghan. 

Matilda Margaret, iii. 1822, Thomas Seymour, Esq. of Bally- 
more Castle, CO. Galway, and has issue. 

Mr. Lawrence d. Oct. 1786, and was s. by his son, 
I Walter Lawrence, Esq. of Lisreaghan, J. P., High Sheriff 
1820-21, 6. 15 Dec. 1793; m. 1 March, 1813, Georgiana, 3rd 
dau. of the late Charles Blake, Esq. of Moyne, co. Mayo, and 
of Merlin Park, co. Galway (by his wife, Georgiana, eldest 
dau. of the late Sir G. Browne, Bart, of the Neil, co. Mayo, and 
sister of the 1st Baron Kilmaine), and by her (who d. 1863) lisa 

I. Walter, late Capt. 4Ist regt. subsequently Capt. 91st Gal- 
way Militia ; m. 1848, Olivia, eldest dau. of the late Sir 
Michael Dillon Bellew, Bart., and d. 1863, leaving by her 
(who d. 10 Jan. 1874) adau., HonoraMary, in. 18G8, Charles 
Blake, Esq. of Coolcon, co. Mayo, and d. in 1873, leaving a 
dau., Violet Olivia. 

II. John, d. 22 Feb, 1872. 

III. Charles, now of Lisreaghan. 

IV. Peter. v. Denis Joseph. 
VI. George Edward. vii. Henry AVilliain. 

I. Georgiana. 

II. Catherine Elizabeth, m. John Clarke, Esq. 

III. Mary Dorothy. 

IV. Margaret Maliella. 

V. Frances Cicely. 

VI. Anne Helena Christian. 

VII. Adelaide Bridget Octavia. 

He d. 21 Sept. 1873. 

/4 rms— Quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg., a cross ra.guly gu., for 
Lawrence; 2nd and 3rd, sa., a catherinc-wheel between two 
crescents in chief and a trefoil in base or, for Scott. Crat — 
A demi-turbot tail erect ppr. Motto— In cruce salus. 

Scat — Lisreaghan (or Bellevue), Lawrencetown, Ballinasloe, 
CO, Galway. 






Lawsox, Andrew Sheklock, Esq., of Ald- 
borougli Manor, and Boroiighbridge Hall, co. York, 
J.F., h. 22 Feb. 1855 ; s. Ids father 22 May, 1872. 

ILiltC.t (JC— Sir George Lawson, Knt., Treasurer of Ber- 
Tvick, was ilayor of the city of York 1530. He left a dau. 
Anne, m. William Lawson, and a son, his successor, 

Thomas Lawson, of York, Mayor of that city 1502. He m. 
Christian, dau. of Uugh Atkin.son, of Castleford, co. York, 
and had, with two daus., three sons, of whom the eldest, 

Peter Lawson, of I'oppleton, living 15S4, ni. Elizabeth, 
dau. of Ambrose Bcckwith, of StiUingfleet. and had two sous 
and two daus. The elder son, 

Geouce LAW.'ioN, of Foppleton, and subsequently of Moreby, 
6. 1575 ; m. Anne, dau. of George Twisilcton, of Barley, near 
Selby, and had issue three sons and eight daus. The eldest son, 

The Kev. George Lawson, of Moreby, Hector of Eakring, 
Notts, bapt. 13 Nov. 1608; m. 1G5C, Eleanor More, of Norman- 
ton, CO. Lincoln, by whom (who was buried IGSG) he had a 
son and heir, 

George Lawson, Esq. of Moreby, m. 1C30, Elizabeth, only 
dau. and heir of Marmaduke Bosville, Esq. of Seaton llosse, in 
the East Hiding, and by her (who d. 1G9S) had two sons, 

I. Marmaduke, his heir. 

II. KicHARD, b. 1G97; Mayor of York 1741 and 1754. He m. 
Barbara, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Burton, M.A., Vicar of 
Halifax, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Francis Jcssop, Esq. 
of Broom Hall, great-great-grandson of Kichard Jessop, 
Esq., by Anne his wife, eldest dau. and co-heir of Robert 
Swyft, Esq. of Broom Hall, descended from Robert Swylt, 
" the rich mercer of Rotherham," and had issue, 

1 Marmaduke, of whom presently. 

1 Dorothy, m. her cousin, Andrew Wilkinson, Esq. of 
Boroughbridge, Capt. B.N., eldest surviving son of 
Andrew Wilkinson, Esq., Member for Aldbro' in many 
Parliaments, by Barbara, sister of the last Lord D'Arcy, 
of Navan, being dau. and co-heir of William Jessop, Esq. 
of Broom Hall, M.P., and the Hon. Mary Jessop. 

Mr. Lawson d. 1699, and was s. by his elder son, 

Marmaduke Lawson, Esq. of Moreby, bapt. 16S5, who had, 

by Susannah his 1st wife (who d. 1711) two sons, who both 

d. s. p. Mr. Lawrence's nephew, 
TuE Rev. Marmaduke Lawson, M.A., Rector of Sproatlcy, 

and Prebendary of Ripon, 6. 1749 ; m. Barbara Isabella, dau. 

of John Wilson, Esq. of the Middle Temple, brother of the 

Kev. James Wilson, Vicar of Sheffir-ld, of Broom Hall, near 

that place, and of Boroughbridge Hall, co. York, and had 


Marmaduke, his heir. 

Andrew, heir to his brother. 

James, Vicar of Buckminster, co. Leicester. 

John, Incumbent of Seaton Carew, co. Durham. 


Doi-othy, m. 1831, the Ecv. Edward Bird, Rector of Tatten- 
hall, CO. Chester. 

Mary, m. 1833, the Eev. Alexander Stewart, M.A., Rector of 
Burford, Worcester, eldest son of the Hon. Montgornerie 
Stewart, and nephew to the Earl of Galloway. He d. 1836. 

Mr. Lawson d. 1814 (Mrs. Lawson d. 1838), and was s. by his 
eldest son, 

Marmaduke Lawson, Esq. of Boroughbridge Hall, J. P., 
M.P., a gentleman distinguished by his literai'y pre-eminence 
at Cambridge. He d. uivm. 10 March, 1823, when the Wilkin- 
son estates devolved upon his next brother, 

Andrew Lawson, Esq. of Aldborough Lodge and Borough- 
bridge Hall, M.P. for Knaresborough, b. 1800; i,i. 1 Feb. 1823, 
Marianne Anna Maria, eldest dau. of Sir Thomas Sherlock 
Gooch, Bart, of Benacre Hall, Suffolk, M.P., and had issue, 

Andrew Sherlock, his heir. 

Edward John, Lieut. R.N., b. 8 April, 182G. 

Marmaduke Charles, Lieut.-Col. Madras Horse Artillery, h. 

16 Oct. 1827; m. 6 Jan. 1870, Mary Eliza, dau. of W. M. 

Caddell, Esq., of the Madras Civil Service, and has issue, 

one son. 

James George, h. 14 Nov. 1828 ; d. Aug. 1878. 
Thomas William, Capt. 74th Highlanders, b. 1 March, 1833; 

m. "2:1 Dec. 1863, Harriet Frances, dau. of Rev. Barry 

O'Meara Deane (Chaplain of Black Town, Madras), and has 

issue, one son and three daus. 
Richard, b. 11 April, 1833; d. May, 18G3. 
Septimus, '). 1 July, 1836; d. 1874. 
Octavius Ridley, an officer l8th Royal Irish regt., h. 23 

March, 1810; drowned whilst bathing in New Zealand, 

Dec. 18G5. 
Marianne Barbara Isabelle, h. April, 1824, d. 1824. 
Mary, m. 9 Dec. 1847, John Dunn Gardner, Esq. of Chatteris, 

CO. Cambridge ; and d.. April, 1851, leaving a son and a dau. 
Aaae Matilda, m. 3 Feb. 1868, Rev. William Henry Thomp- 

son, Incumbent of EosclifTc, near Boroughbridge, and h; 
issue, two daus. 

Mr. Lawson d. 28 Feb. 1853, and was s. by his eldest sen, 

Andrew Sherlock Lawson, Esq. of Aldborough Manor an 
Boroughbridge Hall, J. P. and D.L., 6. 1 Nov. 1824; to. 
July, 1852, Isabella, younger dau. of the late John Gram 
Esq. of Nuttal Hall, co. Lancaster, and had issue, 

I. Andrew Sherlock, now of Aldborough and Borough 
bridge. ii. John Grant, b. 28 July, la'M. 

HI. Edward Charles, h. 9 Nov. 1860; d. in infancy. 

IV. Richard, b. 9 March, 1864. 

I. Jane Grant, m. 1 Oct. 1874, John Wilmot Smith, Esq. 
eldest son of Charles Wilmot Smith, Esq. of Bullynantr 
CO. Limerick, and KUlaran, co. Clare, and has issue. 

II. IsabeUe Grace. iii. Mary Florence. 
IV. Roberta Grant. 

Arras — Paly of four gu. and vert, on a chevron or, a 
hound's head erased sa., between two cinquefoils az. :i < ii;i 
of the third charged with an ogress, thereon a demi-lion raiiipan 
arg. between two crescents sa., on each three plates. Crrst- 
A wolf's head erased ppr. charged on the neck with tiire 
bezants, a collar vert. Motto — Loyal, secret. 

tScats — Aldborough Manor, near Boroughbridge; aiii 
Boroughbridge Hall, co. York. 


La"WSON, Rev. Edward, of Longhirst Hall, co; 
Northumberland, M.A., h. 10 Sept. 1824; m. 2j 
Oct. 1853, Mary Eliza, dau. of the late Gcor 
Maule, E.sq., Solicitor to the Treasury, and hi 

I. William Edward, b. 4 April, 1855. 

II. Edward Maule, b. 3 Oct. 1859. 

III. Henry Cyril. iv. Algernon. 
I. Mary Louisa. ii. Eleanor Evelyn. 
III. Muriel Frances. iv. Alice. 
ILillCaCIC.— This family of Lawson has been resident al 

Longhirst since the beginning of the IGth century (sec Hodo 
soil's History of JS'oilhuraberla'iid). Conveyances of land ii 
Longhirst to Robert Lawson, of Longhirst, dated 1584, are ii 
the possession of the present Rev. Edward Lawson. 

William Lawson, Esq. of Longhirst, living 1C52, son a 
Robert Lawson, of Longhirst, whose will bears date 1C32, ani 
grandson of Robert Lawson, of Longhirst, hud, by Margarei 
his wife (who rii. 2ndly, Anthony Mitford, Esq.), a 2nd son, 

John Lawson, Esq. of Longhirst, m. 4 Dec. 1679, Barbara) 
dau. of Edward Cook, Esq. of Amble New Hall, and had issufl 
William, his heir; Edward, b. 1686; John, whose son, John 
sold Old Moor, 1828; Margaret, b. 1682, wife of Mr. Hcnrj 
Atkinson (and mother of Jane Atkinson, who ra. William Scotl| 
Merchant of Newcastle, and had, with other issue, the Lon 
Stowell and Eldon); Jane, m. Ralph Watson, Esq. of Nort 
Seaton; Mary, in. Mr. George Barker; and Sarah, m. 174, 
the Rev. John Walton. The eldest son, 

William Lawson, Esq. of Longhirst, 6. 21 May, 1634; 
29 Dec. 1722, Ann, dau. of Robert Carnaby, Esq. of Fullwe 
Durham, and had issue. Mr. Lawson d. 1 March, 1769, ai 
was s. by his eldest son, 

John Lawson, Esq. of Longhirst, b. 31 Dec. 1731; d. ^:n■ai 
17 Sept. 1822, and was s. by his nephew, 

William Lawson, Esq. of Longhirst, J.P. and D.L. (son 
William Lawson, and his wife, Jane Smith, of Togston). I 
was b. 21 Jan. 1775; ra. 24 Feb. 1821, Jane Hester, dau. oft] 
late Mr. John Clark, of Haddington, and had issue, 

William John, his successor. 

Edward, now of Longhirst. Henry. J 

Susannah. Jane Hester, d. 1838. Louisa Carolinfl 

Mr. Lawson d. 20 Oct. 1855, and was s. by his eldest son, 

William John Lawson, Esq. of Longhirst, J.P. and D.L., I 
5 March, 1822. He d. G Nov. 1859, and was s. by his broUiel 
the present Rev. Edward Lawson. 

Arms — Arg., a chevron between three martlets sa. Cr.".;'-! 
Two arms embowcd couped at the elbow vested erm., ccf 
arg., supporting in the 1 .,nds ppr. the sun in sjilendour gold, 

ibc'tii — Longhirst, Morpeth, co. Northumberland. 


L.vwton, William John Peect, Esq. of Lnvrlo 

Hall, CO. Chester, b. 27 Dec. 1849 ; m. 1872, Aim 

Maud, eldest dau. of Hon. Edward Morris Erskiui 

and has issue, 

I. JouN William Edward, b. 24 June, 1873. 

II. Ralph Lupus Erskine, b. 26 June, 1873. 
I. Gwcndoliu Maud, U. 31 March, 1876. 





JLt IT fit 5c.— This family have possessed the mnnor of 
wton since the reisn of Henry VI., a«cl by a well founded 
dition. from a much earlier period. The pedigree, liow- 
;r, prior to that date cannot be perfectly traced; we phall, 
?reforc, begin with the earliest member of the family from 
10m there is a clear deduction, viz., 

iluc.a Lawton, of Lawton, m. Isabella, dau. of John Madoc, 
d widow of Bekyn Bernys. 

John Lawton, Esq. of Lawton, h. 1606 (eldest son and luir 
William Lawton, Esq. of Lawton, and grandson of Joliu 
wton, Esq. of Lawton, living 1.5S0) ; m. Clare, dau. of IJaliili 
cyd, Esq. of Keel, co. StalTord, by whom he had an eldest 
1 and successor, 

kViLLiAM Lawton, Esq. of Lawton, b. 1G.30; Sheriff of eo. 
ester 1G72; m. Hester, 2nd dau. of Sir Edward Lonsucville, 
rt., by Margaret, dau. of Sir Thomas Temple, of Stowe, and 
her had issue. Mr. Lawton d. Sept. 1G93, and was s. by his 
est son, 

John Lawton, Esq. of Lawton, b. 7 May, 1G5G; m. 1st, 
ine, dau. of George, younger son of Henry, 1st Earl of Man- 
5Ster, and sister of Charles, Earl of Halifax. By this 
ly Mr. Lawton had issue, William, d. s. p. 171-1: Edward, id. 
arlotte, dau. of William Trafford, Esq. of Swithamlcy, and 
1730; John, M.P. for Kcwcastlc-under-Lyme, d. 18 June, 
10; Anne, 'in. 1735, John Lawton, Esq. of Wybunbury; 
.ry, m. Ralph TrafTord, Esq. Mr. Lawton m. 2ndly, :5Iary, 
ict of Sir Edward Longuevillc, Bart., by whom he had an 
ly son, his successor, 

lOBERT Lawton, Esq. of Lawton, bapt. G May, 1723; .Slieriff 
CO. Chester 1754; m. Sarah, dau. of John OfHey, Esq. of 
deley, M.P. for co. Chester, wlio assumed afterwards tlie 
■name of Chewe. By this lady Mr. Lawton had an eldest 
I and successor, 

roHN Lawton, Esq. of Lawton, h. Sept. 1746. Heiii. Anne, 
and co-hciress of Charles Crewe, Esq., M.P. for co. 
ester, and d. 25 March, 1S04, leaving issue, 

^^L^s'Boubne, } successively of Lawton. 
fohn, )/!. Elizabeth, dau. of John Carter, Esq., and(?. leaving, 
with other issue, a sou, 
John, late of Lawton Hall. 

'hilip, a Lieut, in the S3rd Light Infantry, d. on his passage 
to the West Indies. 

! eldest son, 

ViLLiAM Lawton, Esq. of Lawton, s. his father 1S04, but 
ng «. p., was s. by his next brother, Charles Bourne Law- 
, Esq. of Lawton Hall, J.P., m. 1st, Anne, dau. of Henry 
ither.stonhaufih, Esq. of Tooting, Surrey ; and 2ndly, Mari- 
le Percy, dau. of William Belcombe, M.D. of York, but 
. p. 18G0, and was s. by his nephew, 

ToHN Lawton, Esq. of Lawton Hall, co. Chester, J.P. ; m. 
5, Emily Anne, youngest dau. of the late Thomas Legh, Esq. 
A.dlington, and by her (who m. 2ndly, 18C5, Frank Kenaud, 
1., M.D., of Manchester) had issue, 

WrLMAM John Percy, now of Lawton. 
. Robert Charles Montague. 

Louis Elizabeth. 11. Agnes Fanny Adine. 

u. Evelyn Frances Christabel. iv. Iwsamond Minnie. 
d. 1864, and was«. by his eldest son, now of Lawton. 
irms — Arg., on a fess between three eross-crosslets fitehcc 

a cinquefoil of the first. Cnst—A demi-wolf rampant arg., 
cing a wound in the right shoulder. 
>eat— Lawton Hall, near Stoke on-Trent. 

Arms— Arg., a dexter gauntlet sa. garnished, a crescent for 
difference. Vrest—A cock arg., combed jcllopcd and legged "u. 
supporting with a dexter claw a gauntlet sa. JV/ot Jo— Semper 

itai.s-— Low Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tync; Lintz, co. Dur- 
ham; Wiseton Hall, co. Notts; Castle Carr, co. York. CUj 
— Devonshire Club, Loudon. 


Latcoce, Jost-pit, Esq. of Low Gosfortb and 
Mttonstall, Northumbcrlaiicl, Lintz, co. Durham, 
iseton Hall, co. Notts, Castle Carr, co. York, 
P. for Durham and JN'^ewcastle, J.P. and D.L. 
)rthumbcrland ; w. 1st, Barbara, dau. of Jolin 
cholson, Esq. ; 2ndly, H. C. Dalton, widow of 
^v. T. DaUou, and sister of Admiral Sir E. Col- 
son. By the former he has issue, 

loBERT, M.A., Trinity Coll. Cambridge, Barristcr-at-Law, 
J.P. for CO. Northumberland, J.P. and D.L. force. Notts, 
m. Annie, dau. of C. AUhuson, Esq. of Stoke Court, and 
has issue. 

oseph Frederick, b. 1SC7. 

-nnie Barbara. 

Lineage— This family was formerly settled in Notts and 


Leader, Nicholas PniLroT, Esq. of Dron-.anh 
Castle, CO. Cork, J.P., M.P. for co. Cork ISGllo 
18G8; s. his father 183G. 

Jltlir<10C.— About the middle of the 17th century, two 
brothers, Henry and John Leader, settled in the co. Cork. 
The younger brother, John, was ancestor of the Leaders- cj 
Kcale, CO. Cork. The elder, 

Henry Leader, Esq., purchased very considerable estates in 
the CO. Cork, amongst others, the family resiJence of Mount 
Leader. He r,i. 1689, Margaret, dau. of Thomas Radley, Esq., 
by Marvella Chinnery his wife, and d. circa 1733, having had 

John, of Mount Leader, b. 1C98; m. 1718, Margaret, C;a 
dau. of Edward Herbert, of Kilc.jw, co. Kerry, and d. clrci 
li3i, leaving by his wife (who in. 2ndly, liev. Craven 
Stanley), with six daus., of whom the eldest, Mary, m. 
Richard Edward Hull, Esq. of Leamcon, three sons, Edward 
whose only son, John Leader, Esq.. sold Mount Leader to 
his cousin, William Leader (see Leader 0/ Mount Leader) ■ 
Thomas ; Richard, Capt. in the army, of Oldcastle, co*. 
Cork. Thomas, 6. 1700 ; d. 1727. 

Henry, of Tullig, co. Cork, of whom presently. 

Mary, m. 1711, John Purccll, Esq. of Gurtcenaid. 

Margaret, m. Charles O'Keefe, Esq. of Cullen. 

Marvella, m. John Leader, of Keale. 

The 3rd son of Henry Leader, by Margaret Radley his wife, 

Henry Leader, Esq. of Tullig, co. Cork, 0. 1705; m. 1741,. 
Christabella, dau. of WiUiam Philpott, of Dromagh, co. Coik, 
and by her (who d. 1794) left issue, 

I. John, 6. 1742, d. 1801. He m. 20 Oct. 1767, Deborr-l-r 
eldest dau. of Emanuel Hutchinson, Esq. of Mount Massv, 
and had an only son, Henry Leader, Esq., formerly of lllv,. 
CO. Donegal, and of Adelaide Road, Dublin, h. 1768. He ,',(. 
Mary, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Stewart, andrf. 1844, leaving 
a son, Henry, of Dromaneen, near Kanturk, co. Cork ; m. 
1835, Sarah, dau. of Thomas Woodcock, Esq. Banker, of 
Wigan, and had, William, and other issue ; and five daus. 

Elizabeth, d. unrn. ; Deborah, rn. 1845, John Allen, Esq. ; 
Mary, m. 1844, WiUiam Ribton Ward, Esq. ; Charlotte, m, 
Francis Foster, Esq. of Rushine Lodge, co. Donegal : and 
Margaret, m. Aug. 1834, John Herbert Orpen, Esq., M.D 

II. William, of Mount Leader (which he purchased fn 
his cousin, John Leader), J.P. 6. 1743; rf. April, 1828; 
April, 1768, Margaret, dau. of Warham St. Lcgcr, Esq. of 
Hey ward's Hill, and by her (who d. Feb. 1828) had issue, 

1 Nicholas Philpot, M.P. for Kilkenny, m. Margaret, 
dau. and co-heir of Andrew Nash, Esq. of Nashvilfe, co. 
Cork, and rf. 1836, leaving issue by her (who d. 8 Oct. 

Nicholas Philpot, now nf Dromagh Castle. 

William, J.P., of Rosnale.^ Kanturk, co. Cork, m. 29 
June, 1847, Dorothea, 2nd dau. of MacGillvcuddy, 
of the Keeks; and </. ItGO, having had issue, Williaiu 
Nicholas, 6. 1853; Francis Henry Mowbray, 6. Ib55; 
Dora Margaret; and Margaret. 

Henry, who in. 1st, Margaret, dau. of John Eirmirg- 
ham Miller, Esq., Q.C., and has is.sue two sons , and a. 
dau. m. 1864, Rev. Edward L. Puxley ; hem. 2ndlv, 
1864, Annette, dau. of the late Rev. John EUison, ai;d 
sister of J. W. Ellison Macartney, Esq., M.P. 

Margaret, rn. John Newman, E.-sq. eldest son of Adar.i 
Newman, Esq. of Dromore, co. Cork. 

Elizabeth, rn. 14 April, 1849, Sir George Richard Waldic- 
Griffith, Bart., of Hendersyde Park, co. Roxburgh. 

2 Warham, Rector of St. Anne's, Shandon, Cork, rn. Hen- 
rietta, dau. of Robert Atkins, Esq. of Firvillc, co. Coil;, 
and (/. «. J). 

3 William,lCurate of St. Peter's, Cork, d. v.nm. 

4 Henry (see Leader of Mount Ltadcr, co. Cork). 

1 Elizabeth, m. 1799, Rev. Matthew Piircell, of Burton, 

2 Harriett, rn. Matthias Henley, Esq. of Mount Rivers, co. 
Cork, and d. s. p. 1833. 

3 Emilia, m. 1810, John Rye Coppinger, Esq. of Carhue, 
CO. Cork, and d. s. p. 1832. 

4 Louisa, m. Richard Harris Purcell, Esq. of Annabella. 

in. Henry, of Tullig, m. Mary Kearney, and d. in livO, 
leaving issue, an only child, Henry, who d. s. p. 
IV. Nicholas, who went to .America. 
I. Elizabeth, mi. Joseph Barry, Esq., M.D. of Mallow. 







II. Christabella, 6. 1833 ; m. 1773, Christopher Hendley, Esq. 
of Mount Rivers. 

HI. Catherine, d. s. p. 1772. rr. Mavella, d. s. p. 1773. 

Arms— Arg., on a fess sa. between three ogresses, each 
charged with an escallop of the field a lion's head erased 
beiween two boars' heads also erased or, aU within a bordure 
cn-'railed az. Crest— An arm habited paly of six vert and gu. 
holding in the hand ppr., a branch of three roses barbed and 
leaved ppr. 

(StaJ— Dromagh Castle, Kanturk, co. Cork. 

Leader, Heney Williamson, Esq. of Mount 
Leader, co. Cork, b. 18 July, 1869 ; s. his father 


iLtUCatlC.— Henkt Leadek, Esq. of Mount Leader, J. P., 
7). i June, 1793 (4th son of William Leader, Esq., by Marsaret 
liU wife, dau. of Warham St. Leger, Esq. of Hey ward's Hill 
( e preceding Memoir); in. Aug. 1830, Elizabeth Anna, 2nd 
<l:iu. of Rev. Charles Eustace, of Eobertstown, co. Kildare, 
claimant of the Baltinglass Peerage (see Bdbke's Dormant 
Pcrage), and d. 5 April, 1868, leaving by her (who d. 1858) an 
orly child, 

Henry Eustace Leader, Esq. of Mount Leader, J.P., Capt. 
lG:h Lancers, b. 1833; m. 1 Oct. 1868, Helen Augusta, 
yr.angest dau. of Lieut. -Col. Williamson, of Carrowkeal, co. 
Curk ; and d. 1 June, 1876, leaving issue, 

I. Henbt Williamson, now of Mount Leader. 

II. Lionel Frederic. 

Arm.?, &c. — Same as Leadee of Promnr/h, 
rSeat— Mount Leader, Millstreet, co. Curk. 



ui. Koland William. 


LeA'dee, Thomas Leoxabd, Esq. of Ashirrove, 
CO. Coi'k, J.P. (son of the late Thomas Leader, Esq. 
of Springmount, formerly an ofBcer of the 1st 
Somerset Militia, and Margaret Maria his -wife, dau. 
and co-heiress of the late William Power, Esq. of 
Cork, great niece to the late Eight Reverend Dr. 
McKenna, Bishop of Cloyne and Ross, the founder 
and benefactor of the Irish College in Paris for 
the education of ecclesiastical students), formerly 
an officer in the 2nd Queen's Royals, and no'w a 
Magistrate and Grand Juror of co. Cork, saw 
much service in India ; he was subsequently a Capt. 
in the 5th Royal iliddlesex MiUtia, b. 20 Sept. 
1823 ; m. Airlie, only dau. of the late Capt. Mac- 
dougaU, 42nd Royal Highlanders, by Jean Cameron 
his wife, only dau. of the late Alexander Macdonald, 
Esq. of Glencoe, chieftain of his clan, great niece 
to the late Sir Duncan Cameron, Bart., r.nd cousin 
lo Charles Bro-nnlow, Lord Lurgan, and has issue, 

I. Chables Eeginald De Vebe, b. 29 Nov. 1847; w. Nov. 
1871, Fanny, dau. of Capt. Moore, late 35th regt., and has 
issue a son. ii. Thomas Brownlow, b. 1854. 

III. Harry EUesniere, b. 1858. 

I. Jean Margaret. 

II. Blanche Louisa, m. Sept. 1872, Robert 'Warren, Esq. 3rd 
son of the late Sir John Borlaso Warren , Bart, of Warrens 
Court, CO. Cork. in. Kathleen AirUe Adelaide. 

Arms — Arg., on a fess sa. between three ogresses each 
<hargcd with an escallop of the first a lion's head erased 
between two boars" heads also erased or, all within a bordure 
vavy gu. Crest — An arm embowed habited paly wavy of six 
-vert and gu. the hand grasping a branch of three roses barbed 
xind leaved all ppr. Motto — Probum non poenitet. 

Seal — Ashgrovc, co. Cork. 


Leahy, JoH>' White, Esq. of SouthhiU, co.Kerry, 
I. 29 May, 1852, J.P. for co. Kerry, High Sheriff 

■Ullirilgt.— The Sept from which this family is descended 
formed a subdivision of the O'Brien race, and are found in the 
Occupation of a considerable tract of country in the neigh- 
bourhood of Abbeyfeale, on the borders of cos. Kerry and 
Limerick, temp. Elizabeth, where they are supposed to have 
been established as early as the 13th century. These lands, 
which were held in dependence on the head of the O'Brien 
family, were forfeited for rebellion in the time of Cko.mwell. 

John Leaht, b. at Abbeyfeale 1720, settled at Killarney ia 
the year 1754. He d. 1785, leaving issue, 

John Leahy, b. 1770; m. 1809, Elizabeth, dau. of Richard 
Ashe, Esq. of Ashgrove, co. Cork, and d. 1846, leaving issue, 

I. .John, b. 1810, of whom hereafter. I 

II. Richard, 6. 1811 ; m. 1841, Eleonora, dau. of Rev. C. Nash,; 
of liallycarthy, co. Kerry; d. 1865, leaving issue. 

III. Edward, b. 1812. IV. Henry, b. 1820; d. 1870, 
v. David, b. 1826; d. 1866. vi. Thomas, b. 1828. 

VII. Arthur, b. 1830, Lieut. Col. R.E.; m. 1st, in 1856, Hal 
riet, dau. of M. Tabuteau, Esq. of Simmonscourt, co. Dublin, 
which lady rf. 1862, leaving issue; and 2ndly, Sept. 1866, 
Eliza, only dau. of late Thomas Poynter, Esq., of West- 
bourne Terrace, Hyde Park, and has issue. 

VIII. Charies John, 6. 1833; m. 186'2, Susan, dau. of William 
Thornton, Esq. of Cork, and d. 1866, leaving issue. 

I. Elizabeth. 

II. Mary, m. 1847, Right Hon. and Most Rev. Samuel 
Butcher, D.D., P.C, late Bishop of Meath, and has issue 

III. Frances, d. young. 

The eldest son, 

John Leaht, Esq., b. 1810, called to the Irish Bar 1833 (Q.C. 
1859), Chairman of Quarter Sessions co. Limerick; m. Is51, 
Matilda Emma, eldest dau. of the late William White, Esq. of 
Shrubs, CO. DubUn, and Keildra, co. Leitrim, and d. 1874, 
leaving issue, 

John White Leaht, Esq., now of SouthhiU. 

Seat — SouthhiU, Killarney. 

* } 


Maetix-Leake, Stephen, Esq. of Marshalls, 
Herts, J.P., b. 19 March, 1826 ; m. 24 Sept. 1859, 
Isabel, dau. of William Plunkett, Esq. of Lincoln's 
Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and has issue, 


I. Stephen, b. 2 Nov. 1861. | 

II. WiUiam, 6. 24 June, 1865. 

III. Richard, 6. 22 Feb. 1867, 

IV. Francis, 6. 16 March, 1869. v. Another son. 
I. Gcorgiana. ii. Another dau. 

ILinCiltJC. — Stephen ilAKTiN, Esq., Capt. R.N., who d. 
1730, aged 70, took, by royal license, 1721, the additional sur- 
name and arms of Leake, in honour of his brother-in-law, 
Admiral Sir John Leake. He m. Catherine Hill, and was 
father of 

Stephen Martin Leake, Esq. of Thorpe HaU, Essex, 6. 
1702, Garter King of Arms, m. 1734, Anne, dau. of Fletcher 
[ PoweU, Esq. of New Radnor, and of Marshall's, co. Herts, 
and by her (who el. 1803, aged 88), had six sons and three 
daus., Mr. Martin Leake was the author of a life of Admiral 
Sir John Leake, and some works on heraldry and numis- 
matics. He d. 1773, aged 72, and was s. by his son, 

John Maetin Leake, Esq. of Thorpe Hall, m. Sept. 1761, 
Mary, dau. of Peter Calvert, Esq. of Hadham, eo. Herts, and 
by her (whot?. 27 Oct. 1821) had issue, 
John, of Thorpe Hall. 

William, retired Lieut.-Col. Royal Artillery, F.R.S., and 
honorary LL.D. Oxford, b. 1776, who -/,*. Charlotte Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Sir Charles Wilkins, and reUct of W. Marsden, 
Esq., F.R.S., but d. s. p. 6 Jan. 18C0. 
Stephen Ralph, successor to his brother. 
Mary, d. v.nm. in her 92nd year. 

Susannah Maria, m. Admiral R. G. Middleton, and d. 
1831, leaving issue. 
Mr. Martin Leake d. April, 1836, aged 97. 

John Maetin Leake, Esq. of Thorpe Hall, J.P. and D.L., 
M.A. St. John's CoU. Cambridge, Barristtr-at-Law, b. 5 Dec, 
1773 ; m. 29 March, 1810, Helen, dau. of James Ore, Esq., and 
relict of Capt. Thomas Lacy, R.E., and had issue, 


Helen, ra. the Rev. Frederic Pyndar Lowe, son of the Rev 
Robert Lowe, Rector of Bingham, co. Notts. 
Mr. Martin Leake was a Bencher of the Middle Temple, anC 
Chairman of the Quarter Sessions of Essex. He d. 16 May 
1862, and was s. by his brother, 

Stephen Ralph 31aktin Leake, Esq. of Thorpe Hall, Assis- 
tant Secretary to the Treasury, b. 1782; m. 18 June, lal8. 
Gcorgiana, dau. of Capt. George Stevens, E.I.C.S., and hac 

Stephen, now of Thorpe HaU. John. 

William, m. Louisa, dau. of Gen. Tennant, and has issue 
Ralph, Mary, Edith, and Lilian. 

Susannah, w. Spencer Shelly, Esq., and has issue, Spencer 
Francis, Georgiana, Florence, and Rosamond. 

He d. 7 April, 1865. 





A rws— Quarterly : 1 st and 4th, or, on a chevron engrailed az. 
iht annulets arg. on a canton gu. a castle triple towered of 
third, for Leake; 2nd and 3rd, paly of six or andaz., on a 
u'-f gu. three merlinsof the first, for Martin*. Cn.<t — A ship 
un-carriage, on it a piece of ordnance mounted all ppr. 
futto — Pari animo. 
/Salt— Marshalls, near Ware, co. Herts. 


Leaemonth, Alexander, Esq. of Dean, co. 
idinburgh, M.P. for Colchester, J. P., Lieut.-Ccl. 
ite I7tli Lancers, b. 26 Aug. 1829 ; m. 2 April, 
859, Charlotte Salter, eldest clau. of Licut.-Gen. 
lumphrey Ljons, Bengal army, and niece of 
Idmund, 1st Lord Lyons, and has with other issue, 

John Henby, 6. H March, IfiGO. 

^itXttlQC. — John Leakmosth, Esq. of Edinburgh, son of 
ohn Leurmonth, and Jessy Cleland his wife, m. Grace 
oung, and by her (who d. 184S) left at his decease, 1812, a 
jn and three daus., viz., John, his heir; Elizabeth; Jessy, 
1. Charles Parker, Esq., E.N. ; and Margaret, m. 1821, Sir 
ohn Sinclair, Bart. The only son, 

John Leabmonth, Esq. of Dean and Murieston, co. Edin- 
urgh, J. P. and D.L., Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 6. 26 Jlay, 
rSD; 7ft. Feb. 1824, Margaret, dau. of James Cleghorn, M.D., 
tate Physician in Dublin, and d. 1853, having had issue, 

Alexander, his successor. 

Agnes, »i. 15 June, 1859, Capt. George Sinclair, Bengal army. 
Arms — Or, on a chevron sa. three mascles of the first. Crust 
dove holding in the beak an olive branch ppr. Motto — Dum 
piro spero. 

Sen<s— Murieston House, Midcalder, co. Edinburgh ; Dean, 
dinburgh. To,ij,i Mouse— 93, Eaton Place, S.W. CIj.Iis — 
arlton and Boodles. 



LEATHA3I, William Hexey, Esq. of Hemsworth 
lall, CO. York, J. P. and D.L., a Deputy Chairman of 
Juarter Sessions, Author of " Lectures, delivered at 
/[echanics' Institutes," " Poems," " Tales of English 
jife and Miscellanies," elected M.P. for Wake- 
eld 1859, but unseated on petition, re-elected 1865, 
ontinued to sit until ^ov. 1868, when he retired ; 
. 6 July, 1815 ; m. 21 Feb. 1839, Priscilla, 4th 
.au. of the late Samuel Grurney, Esq. of Ham 
louse. West Ham, Essex, and has surviving issue, 

I. Samuel Gurnet, b. 13 Dec. 1840; m. 28 Feb. 1867, Annie 
Gertrude, 3rd dau. of John Frederic Bateman, Esq., 
F.R.S., Moorpark, and has a son and heir, Frederic 
Gurney, i. 1868. 

II. Edmund Ernest, 6. 3 Dec. 1847. 

lu. Charles Alfred, 6. 11 Sept. 1849; in. 5 Oct. 1876, Sarah 
Adelaide, 2nd dau. of Henry Ford Barclay, Esq. of Monk- 
hams, Essex. 

IV. Gerald Arthur Buxton, 6. SO April, 1851. 

V. Herbert Barclay, h. 15 Nov. 1852. 

VI. Octavius, 6. 17 April, 1854. 
■VII. Claude, b. 18 April, 1856. 

I. Agnes Georgina, b. 29 Oct. 18G0. 

ILittCagC— William Leatham, Esq. of Heath, rear Wake- 
eld, Banker at Wakefield, Pontefract, and Doncaster, author 
f "Letters on the Currency," m. 1S13, Margaret, dau. and 
eirof Joshua Walker, M.D. (by his wife Mary Arthington, of 
«eds), and d. 19 Oct. 1842, leaving, 

John Arthington, b. 1814; d. unm. lS-57. 
WiLLLAM Henry, now of Hemsworth Hall. 
Charles Albert, 6. 1825; m. Eachel, dau. of Joseph Pease, 

Esq. of Southend, Darlington ; and d. 1858, leaving issue 

five daus. 
Edward Aldam, M.A., of Wliitley Hall, Huddersfleld, now of 

Misaden, co. Gloucester, 6.2 Aug. 1828; M.P. for Hudders- 

field; m. 1851, Mary Jane, only dau. of John Fowler, Esq., 

of lilm Grove, Mclksham, and has issue four sons and four 

Margaret Elizabeth, m. 1847, the Ptight Hon. John Bright, 

M.P., of One Ash, Eochdale, sometime President of the 

Board of Trade, and by her (who d. 13 May, 1878) has issue 

three sons and three daus. 
Mary Walker, m. Joseph Gurney Barclay, Esq. of Lombard 

Street, London; and d. 10 Feb. 1848, leaving issue two sons. 
.<<mw— Per saltire erm. and or, on a chief engrailed az. three 
ezants each charged with a saltire gu. Crest— A nest, thereon 
n eagle, wings elevated or, the nest and wings frety vert. 
lotto — Virtute vinces. 

&at— Hemsworth Hall, Poutcfract, W. E. Tork:hii-e. 

Leathek, John Towlehtox, Esq. of Leven- 
thorpe Hall, co. York, and of Middletou Hall, 
Northumberland, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1875, 
Patron of Leveu, co. York, and Capt. of the 2ncl 
Dorset Artillery Volunteers, b. 30 Avig. 1 804 ; m. 
1st, 2 Aug. 1832, Maria, dau. of George Leather, 
Esq. of Leeds, and by her (who d. 22 Jan. 1849) 
had issue, 

I. Frederick John, of The Friary, Tickhill, co. York, J. P., 
b. 21 Nov. 1835; m. 8 July, 1863, Gertrude Elizabeth 
Sophia, dau. of Eev. Charles Walters, M.A., Vicar of 
Wardington, Oxon, and has issue four sons and four daus. 

II. Arthur Hugo, b. 30 March, 1846; m. 27 Feb. 1878, Jane 
DarUng, only child of George Culley, Esq. of Fowberry 
Tower, Northumberland. 

I. Emily, </. an infant. 

II. Ellen Eliza, m. 27 Sept. 1853, Eev. William Medcalfe, 
M.A., and had issue. 

III. Annie Maria. iv. Catherine Eosa, d. 9 Feb. 1849. 
Mr. Leather m. 2ndly, 19 May, 1852, Harriet 
Spencer, dau. and co-heir of Isaac Spencer Page, 
Esq. of Shirlaud, co. Derby, and by her (who d. 
18 May, 1859) had issue, 

Edith Harriet. 

HtUCagC— James Leather, Esq. of Beestort Park, Leeds, 
b. 21 Jan. 1779 (eldest son of George Leather, of Beeston, an 
extensive coal proprietor in the West Kiding of the co. of York) ; 
/ft. 15 June, 1803, Mary, eldest child of John Towlerton, Esq. 
of Kirkham Gate, Wakefield, and by her (who d. 10 June, 1850) 
had issue, 
John Towlerton, now of Leventhorp and Middlcton Hall. 
George, of Sheffield, co. York, m. 14 Feb. 1838, Maria, eldest 
dau. of Eev. Joseph Wardle, Incumbent of Beeston, and d. 
William Henry, of Bradford, co. York, m. 9 March, 1852, 
Sarah Anna, dau. of George Leather, Esq. of Leeds, and 
has issue. 

Charles James, to. 11 Nov. 1847, Charlotte Anna, dau. of 
Eev. Joseph Wardle, Incumbent of Beeston, and has issue. 
Mary Anne, d. 28 Oct. 1819. 

Anne Eliza, m. 21 Dec. 1831, Charles Wetherell Wardle, Esq. 
of Leeds, and has issue. 

Mr. James Leather d. 17 Oct. 1849. 

Anus — Arg., on a bend sa. cottised compony or and of the 
last, a fountain between two mullets of six point^ also or. Crest 
— A demi lion rampant sa. charged on the shoulder with three 
mullets of six points two and one or, holding between the paws 
a fountain. Motto — Nil nisi quod honestum. 

Seats — Leventhorpe Hall, Leeds; and MidcUeton Hall, Belford. 
Toicii Mes'ukiice — 19, Carlton House Terrace. 


Leathes, Hill Mussexdex, Esq. of Herring- 
fleet Hall, Suffolk, J.P., b. 23 Jan. 1829, late Major 
Suffolk Artillery Militia, and late Lieut. -Col. Com- 
manding 3rd Battalion Suffolk Eifle Tolunteers ; 
m. 20 Aug. 1856, iMary Louisa, dau. of the late J.D. 
Thompson, Esq., J.P., of Sunny Bank, co. Brecon, 
and has issue, 

I. Bernard de Mussenden, b. 23 Aug. 1S.')7. 

II. Herbert de Mussenden, 6. 16 Nov. 1863. 

III. Carteret de Mussenden, b. 19 Sept. 18G9. 

I. Frances Mary de Mussenden. 

II. Gertrude Kate de Mussenden. 

III. Beatrice Georgina de Mussenden. 

IV. Evelyn Maud de Mussenden. 
v. Kathleen Hilda de Mussenden. 

Mr. Leathes is Patron of three Livings, and Lord of 
the Manors of Herringfleet and Ecedham. As such, 
he is Lay Prior of St. Olave's. The Bishop has 
consequently no ecclesiastical control therein, and 
Mr. Leathes is paid an annual sum by the Kector 
of Burgh WaUis in acknowledgment of his rights. 

JLllTCtlQC.— The family of the De Mussenden came over, 
it is stated, with Willi.\m the Conquekok, and became pos- 
sessed of the lordship and lands of Mussenden (or, as it is now 
written, Missenden), Bucks, about that period. The Eev. 
Francis Mussenden, of Leak and Leverton, co. Lincoln, a 
descendant of the Buckinghamshire family, passed over into 
Ireland, and, 16 Jan. 1C70-71, was collated to the Prebend of 





Bunsport, Catlipclral of Down, and settled at Hillsboroiif;!!, 
He h;iil two sons, John, of whom presently ; and Francis. 
Registrar cf the Diocese of Down and Connor, ancestor of 
AViLLiAM MussEKDEN, Esq. of Larchfield, co. Down. The elder 

JonN aicssENDEN, Vicar-Gcncral of Down and Connor, m. 
Penelope Hill, of Hillsborough, and had a son, 

John Mussenden, Esq., m. Jane, dau. of Adam Leathes, Esq., 
and sister of William Leathes, E.5q., Minister at the Hague (de- 
scended from a very ancient family originally settled at Lcathes- 
■water, Cumberland), and d. 1700, leaving issue, Caktebet, 
bis heir; Hill, b. 1G99, M.P. for Harwich, d. s.p. 1722, having 
bequeathed Herringflect to his brother, Caeteret ; and Jane, 
5/1. William Johnstone, Esq. of co. Antrim. The eldest son, 

Cakteeet Mcsse.nden, Esq., M.P. for Harwich and Sudbury, 
I. 1G9S, took tlie suniame and arms of Leathes. He d. 1787. 
By his marriage with Loveday, dau. of S. Garrod, Esq. of co. 
Lincoln, who d. 1758, he had, with one dau., three sons, 

I. John, his heir. ii. Geoege, successor to his brother. 

in. Edward, Ptcctor of Ecedham, Norfolk, m. Elizabeth, dau. 

of llev. James Beading, of Woodstock, co. Oxford, and 

dying 1786, left issue, 

1 Edwaed (Eev.), Rector of Ecedham, d. a. p. 1847. 

2 George Reading (Rev.), m. 1821, Sarah, eldest dau. of 
Lieut.-Gen. Hethersett, of Shropham Uall, Norfolk, but 
d. «. p. 18.36. 

1 Elizabeth, m. Rev. James Tompson, of Norwich, and has issue, James (Rev.), d. 1819; Edward, d. in India; 
Elizabeth, m. Rev. Frederick Leathes; Hannah, vi. J. 
Kitson, Esq., Secretary to the Bishop of Norwich, and 
Registrar of the Diocese; Maria; and Amelia, m. 1852, 
Lieut.-Col. Prior, H.E.I.C.S. 

2 Mary, m. 1st, Horatio, son of James Beevor, Esq., and 
nephew of Sir Thomas Beevor, Bart. ; and 2ndly, Sir 
John Mortlock, one of tlie Commissioners of Excise. By 
her 1st marriage she had one son, Horatio, Capt. E.I.Co.'s 
Service; Mary, who d. 1837; and Harriet, and by her 
2nd, six daus., Elizabetli, m. Major Prior, and d. 1839; 
Acnes; Eleanor, m. Rev. J. Donaldson, D.D., and d. 
ISoO; Louisa, in. AVilliam llarcourt Rankin, Esq., M.D., 
and;/. 1843; Matilda, m. 1840, D. Maitland, Esq.; and 

The eldest son, 

John Leathes, Esq. of Reedham, co. Norfolk, and of Tler- 
riagfleet, Suffolk, ra. Miss Death, and d. s. p. 178S. His widow 
re-married Anthony Merry, Esq., many years 3Iinister Pleni- 
potentiary at the Courts of France, Sweden, Denmark, and 
the United States. Mr. Leathes was .?. by his next brother, 

Geoege Leathes, Esq. of Bury St. Edmunds, 0. 1745; many 
years a Major of Dragoons, and served in the German War 
from 1760 to 1763. He m. Mary, dau. of J. Moore, Esq. of co. 
AVorccster, and d. 1817, having had issue, 

I. George Augustus, Lieut.-Col. Ofith regt. of infantry, d. 
v.)im. at the Island of Antigua, 1808. 

n. John Feancis, late of llerring-flcet Hall and Ecedham, 
d. s. I). 1848. 

HI. Henet Mussenden, late of Herringflect. 

IV. Frederick, of St. John's College Camliridge, B. A. .Rector 
of Keedham 1844, and of Wickhampton 1836; m. 1821, his 
cousin, Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. James Tompson, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of Rev. Edward Leathes, of Reedham, 
and by her (who d. 1842) he has issue, 

1 George Cerjat, late of H.M. Indian army, d. July, 1858. 

2 Frederick de Mussenden. 

3 John Thuvlow, late Royal Artillery. 4 James. 
6 William Dollen (Rev.) d. July, 1865, 

1 Elizabeth. 

2 Georgina Maiy, m. Feb. 1S59, Major James Smith Baird, 
lioyal Artillery. 3 Ellen. 4 Louisa. 

5 Augusta Decima, m. Dec. 1868, D. Capel Rose, Esq., 
Lieut. 21st Royal Fusiliers. 6 Jane. 

V. Edw'ard, of Normanstono, J. P. and D.L. for Suffolk, late 
1st Royal Dragoons, m. Eliza Maiy, dau. of the late John 
Galloway, Esq. of Exeter, Devon, and d. 1871, having by 
her had, 

1 George Galloway, late Capt. 12th Bombay N.I., Political 
Agent in India, deceased. 2 Edward Charles, deceased. 

3 Joseph Francis, deceased. 4 Francis Henry, d. 1848. 
5 William Charles Edwardes, of Normanstone, Lowestoft, 

b. 1842. 6 Philip. 

1 3I:ny Louisa, d. 18-55. 

2 Hairiet, m. 1867, G. C. E. Bacon. Esq., J.P., of Ipswich. 

3 Frances Galloway, m. 1858, J. Duff Gordon, Esq., of the 
Lodge, Pembridge. 

4 Kliza Millicent, m. 1850, T. D. Grissell, Esq., eldest son 
of Thomas Grissell, Esq. of Norbury Park, Surrey. 

5 Agnes Jane, m. 1857, H. Yelverton Beale, Lieut.-Col. 
12th Bombay N.I., son of the late Thomas Beale, Esq. of 
Heath House, Shropshire. 

6 Katherine Reeve (deceased), m. 1853, Rev. Daniel F. 
\\ ilson, of Mitcham, Siurey, grandson of Daniel Wilson, 
Bishop of Calcutta. 7 Mar;- Parker. 

The 3rd son, 

Henet Mcssenden Leathes, Esq. of Herringfleet Hall, I 
13 Aug. 1789; «. his brotlier, John Francis, la4S; was foruie: " 
in the Royal Horse Artillery, and received honorary medal 
for the Peninsular War and Waterloo ; m. June, 1827, Charlottt 
dau. of Thomas Fowler, Esq. of Guuton llal!, Suffolk, and 

I. Hill Mussenden, now of Herringflect. 

II. Carteret Henry (Rev.), Rector of Keedham, Great Tai 
mouth, b. 4 March, 1832; m. 17 Dec. 1856, Lucy Ellen, dan 
of Rev. William H. Clarke, and has issue, 

1 Carteret Eustace de Mussenden, b. 6 Sept. 1867. 

2 Hill Mussenden, 6. 8 June, 1809. 
1 Edith Mary. 2 Millicent. 

I. Henrietta Katherine, m. 1850, Eev. Richard Drougl 

II. Jane Charlotte, m. 1867, Eev. Dennis Carey. 
He d. 16 Dec. 1864. 

Arms — Az., on a bend between three fleurs-de-lis or, as man; 
mtdlets pierced gu., quartering Mussenden. Oi-ests — 1st, A de 
griffin rampant armed and langued gu., for Leathes; 2nd 
dove with an olive branch in its beak all ppr., lor Mussenden." 

Mntloe.i — In ardua virtus, for Leathes; Tending to peace, 
for Mussenden. 

Seat— Herringflect Hall, Lowestoft, Suffolk. 


Lkche, John Huelestone, Esq. of Cavclei 
Park, CO. Chester, J.P. and D.L., High Sheri 
1851, 6. 25 Feb. 1827 ; s. on attaining his majoi 
rity ; m. 1st, 18 July, 1850, Caroline, youngest da 
of Edwin Corbett, Esq. of Darnhall, co. Cheste: 
and by her (who d. 1853) had two daus., 

I. Caroline Maude, d. 7 Sept. 1807. 

II. Florence Anna, to. 20 Oct. 1875, the Hon. George Thomi 
Kenyon, second son of Lloyd, 3rd Baron Kenyon, 
Gredington, co. Flint, by his wife, the Hon. Georgian! 
de Grey, dau. of Lord Walsingham. 

He m. 2ndly, 18 June, 1855, Eleanor Frances, 2n( 
dau. of the late Capt. Cliarlcs Stanhope Jones, 
5Sth regt., and has issue by her, 

I. John IIuelestone, 6. 19 Nov. 1858. 

ni. Ermentrude Eleanor Augusta. 

IV. Gwendoline Mary. v. Violet Alice. 

ILtllCit gc— John Leche, living in the reign of Henet IV. 
a scion of the family of Leche, of Chatsworth, co. Derl>y, m. 
Lucy, dau. and co-heir of William de Caw aeden, of Garden, 
CO. Chester, and was father of 

John de l'Leche, living temp. Henet IV., father, by Hand, 
his wife, of John Leche, Esq. of Garden, whose name, with 
that of his wife Isabel, dau. and heir of William Johnson, ol 
Farndon, occurs in a deed in 1 Edwabd IV. His son and 

John Leche, Esq. of Garden, m. 14 Edwaed IV., Marg.oret, 
dau. and sole heir of George Mainwaring, Esq. of Ightfield, 
and had issue, i. John, his heir; ii. Henry, who m. Mary, 
dau. of Andrew Wilson, and was father of John, who «. h]| 
uncle at Garden; iii. George, Alderman of Chester, ancestqi 
of the Leches o/il/o?;mir?on/ iv. William; v. Robert; i. Annej 
and u. Margaret, m. Hugh Catherall. The eldest sou and lieir^ 

John Leche, Esq. of Garden, survived until 6 Edwaed VI.( 
as appears by his will dated in that year, and dying withoojj 
issue, was s. by his nephew, j 

JouN Leche, Esq. of Garden, in. before 27 Henet VII1.J 
Jane, dau. of Eobert Fitton, Esq., and was s. by his son, 

John Leche, Esq. of Garden, bapt. 1548, m. Ursula, dau 
Eev. John Mainwaring, of Drayton, and had (with two daus, 
Mary, the elder, m. Thomas Bebington, of Chorley; and the 
younger to. John Hinde, of Stanney) a son and heir, 

John Leche, Esq. of Garden, to. 1613, Alice, dau. of William 
Aldcrsey, Alderman of Chester, and dying 1507, was s. by his 

JonN Leche, Esq. of Garden, aged fifty, 29 July, IG^i, m. 
1st, Elizabeth, dau. of John Newton, of Highley, in Salop, and 
by her (who d. 1054) had four sons and four daus., i. John, hi{ 
heir; ii. Francis, Deputy-Registrar of the Diocese of St. Asaph} 
III. Thomas, a Minister in Cambridge; iv. Charles, of Chester, 
m. Frances, dau. of George BuclJey, Esq., and had a son, 
Samuel; i. Mary; ii. Sarah, rn. 10 Dec. 1682, Huniphrej 
AV'alley, of Chester ; in. Elizabeth ; and iv. Alice. Mr. Leche 
TO. 2ndly, 20 April, 1665, Elizabeth, dau. of — Best, Esq., and 
relict of Richard Alport, Esq. of Overton, by whom he had 
Richard and Bridget. He was s. by his eldest son. 






TonN Leche, Esq. of Carden, m. 23 Sept. 1C74, Grace, dau. 
f Hugh Currer, Esq. of Kildnick, co. York, and had 
sue, I. John, his lieir; ii. Thomas, bapt. 1(579, Rector of 
Uston; III. Henry; and i. Elizabeth, i,i. Kev. Thomas Lloyd, 
f Plas Power, in co. Denbigh, and d. 1746. The eldest son, 
John Leche, Esq. of Garden, High Sheriff of co. Chester 
'12, m. Sarah, dau. and heiress of Thomas Hargrave, Esq. of 
elsby, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John Leche, Esq. of Garden, High Sheriff 1753, m. 7 May, 
'28, Mary, 2nd dau. of John Hurleston, Esq. of Newton, and 
)-heir of licr uncle, Charles Hurleston, Esq., and by her (who 
. 29 Dec. 1763) left at his decease (with three daus., 1 Pene- 
pe, m. Thomas Puleston, Esq. of Emral, but d. s. p.; 2 Sarah; 
May, Hi. Tliomas Roberts, Esq. of Mollington), several sons, 
1 of whom d. s. ji., except 

William Leche, Esq. of Garden, High Sheriff for co. Chester 
74, r.i. 26 April, 1805, Hannah, dau. of James Newell, by 
bom he left at his decease, 8 May, 1812, aged S3, a son, 
John Hcbleston Lecue, Esq. of Garden, b. 23 May, 1805, 
igh Sheriff of co. Chester 1832 ; m. 25 May, 1826, Elizabeth 
Dtonin, eldest dau. of Anthony Innys Stokes, Esq. of St. 
jJolph's, CO. Pembroke, and had issue, 
John Hurlestone, now of Garden. 
William Randolph, 6. 10 Feb. 1S2S; d. 7 Jan. 1830. 
William Edward, 6. 4 Aug. 1830; m. Mary, dau. of Samuel 

Harrison, Esq. of the co. Cork, and d. May, 1874, having 

had issue, John Hurleston, b. 24 March, 1854, </. 1873. 
Hugh Richard Anthony Evergreen, 6. 5 April, 1S32. 
Charles Henry, 6. 30 May, 1833. 
Eendal, 6. 22 Jan. 1835; d. 19 Sept. 1875, umn. 
James Thomas, 6. 30 May, 1837 ; d. leb. 1874. 
Victoria Penelope. 
Johanna Hurlestone, m. 1867, Capt. Augustus Morgan, 60th 

Rifles, and has one son, John Augustus. 
Artii-i — Erm., on a chief indented gu. three ducal coronets or. 
est — On a ducal coronet or, a cubit arm ppr. the hand grasjiing 
;nake vert, ihittr, — Alia corona fidisimo. 
6eoi— Garden Park, near Chester. 

more, m. 1846, Sophia Drew, of Taunton, Somerset, and has 

Arms — Gu., a fess or, and in chief two pelicans arg. Crest 
—A pelican az. vulning herself ppr. J>/oito— Ducit amor 

-S'lict^— Fownhope Court, near Hereford. 


See Mtjneo. 


Lechmeee, Thomas, Esq. of Fowuliope Court, 
'. Hereford, J.P., b. 21 Dec. 1818; m. 1 May, 
•46, Elizabeth, only dau. of tlie Eev. Joliu Eeklej, 
Credenhill Court, near Hereford, and has had 

I. John Scndamore, 6. 8 Sept. 1850, deceased. 
a. Edmund Sandys, 6. 18 March, 18.52. 
in. Capel Tliomas, 6. 4 April, 1854, deceased. 

IV. Arthur, h. 5 June, 1857. 

V. Robert Hughes, b. 9 Nov. 1864. 

^L Frederick Charles, 6. 31 Dec. 1865. 

I. Elizabeth Maud, deceased. ii. Mary Jant. 

ui. Elizabeth. rv. Annie Maria. v. Edith Bridget. 

VI. Eleanor Lechmere, deceased. 

ILtttCa^C. — Sandts Lechmere, Esq. of Fownhope, co. 
xeford (2nd son of Sir Nicholas Lechmere, Knt., Baron of 
e Exchequer, by Penelope his wife, dau. of Sir Edwin Sandys, 
Northborne), m. Joanna, widow of John Holmes, Esq., and 
ly dau. of Robert Clarke, Esq., by whom he left at his 
cease, 1694, an only son, 

Nicholas Lechmere, Esq. of Fownhope, in. Martha, dau. 
d co-heir of John Scudamore, Esq. of Treworgan ; and dying 

II, was .s. by his son, 

ScnDAMOKE Lechmeke, Esq. of Fownhope, mi. Jane, 2nd dau. 
Edmund Pateshall, Esq. of AUensmore, co. Hereford, and 
d, with two daus., five sons, 
John Scudasiore, his heir. 

Edmund, of AUensmore, assumed the surname and arms of 
Pateshall {ue that Famil,</). 

Edwyn Sandys, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Mr. Jones, of Foy, 
CO. Hereford; and by her, who d. 1822, had issue. 
Nicholas, d. at sea. 

Thomas Allen, m. Jane, youngest dau. of John Whitmore, 
Esq. of The Haywood, and left issue, 
e eldest son, 

•John Scddamore Lechmere, Esq. of Fownhope. m. Catherine, 
d dau. of John Whitmore, Esq. of the Haywood ; and d. 
fan. 1801. His son, 

Dapel Lechmeue, Esq. of Fownhope Court, m. 26 May, 1817, 
iry Walker, of Mordiford, co. Hereiord; and d. 23 July, 
H, leaving by her (who is deceased) three sons, Thomas, now 
fowuliope; G;.pel Thomas, who is m.; and George Scuda- 


Lecet, Hugh, Esq. of BeardiviUe, Bushmills, 
CO. Antrim, High Sheriff 1835, b. 29 Aug. 
1804; m. Aug. 1837, Matilda, dau. of George 
Hutchinson, Esq. of Ballymouey, co. Antrim {by 
Ehzabeth his M-ife, dau. of Thomas Leckj, Esq. of 
Ballymoney), and has issue, 

I. Hugh, J.P., co. Antrim, 6. 21 Oct. 1839; m. 13 Jan. 1876, 
Rebecca Mary, dau. of Robert Crookshank, Esq., of Glen- 

II. George, Capt. St.aff Corps H. M. Indian army, 6. 1841; 
m. 17 Aug. 1865, Frances Harriett, dau. of A. Macaulay 
Dobbs, Esq., and has issue, 

1 Charles Hugh, b. 22 Sept. 1SG7. 

2 Harry Francis. 3 John Gage. 
1 Mary Matilda Eva. 

III. John Gage, b. 1844; Capt. 75th regt. 

IV. Harry, 6. 1846. 
1. Elizabeth. 

ittncagc— This family is of Scotch extraction, and settled, 
it is stated, in the co. of Derry in the 17th century. 

Capt. Alexander Leckt, who served at the siege of Lon- 
donderry, was father of 

Harry Lecky, Esq. of Agivy, co. Derry, m. 1724, Mary, 
dau. of Randal McCoOum, Esq. of Limnalary, Glenarm, co. 
Antrim, and had a son, 

Hugh Lecky, Esq. of Agivy, m. 1705, Elizabeth, dau. of the 
Rev. John Gage, of Rathlin, co. Antrim, and had issue, 

I. John Gage, his heir. 

II. Hugh, b. 1773; m. 1803, Elizabeth, dau. of James Orr, 
Esq. of Keeley, co. Londonderry; and d. 1817, having had 
by her (who d. 14 April, 1865) issue, 

1 Hugh, now of BeardiviUe. 

2 James Orr, m. 1855, Harriett, dau. of John Knox, Esq. of 

3 John Gage, Lieut.-Col., late of the 38th regt. ; m. 1846, 
Tamazina, dau. of William Edie, of ThornhUl, co. Tyrone. 

4 Andrew ) .„. , , 

5 William i*^'°^'''«"^^'^''- 

6 Gonolly, m. Mace Wynne, dau. of William H. Hawker, 
Esq., and widow of Lieut.-Col. Cuddy, 55th regt. 

I. Mary, in. John Caldwell, Esq., M.D., Londonderry. 

II. Anne, ra. John Ball, Esq. of Dublin, Barrister-at-Law. 
The eldest son, 

John Gage Leckt, Esq. of Agivy and Bushmills, &. 1772; 
TO. 1818, Ehzabeth, dau. of Rev. Oliver McCausland, and 
d. s. p. 1819, when he was s. by his nephew, the present Hugh 
Leckt, Esq. 

/Stai— BeardiviUe, BushmUls, co. Antrim. 


Leckt, John Feedeeice, Esq. of Ballykealey, 
CO. Carlow, J.P., High Sheriff 1863, b. 26 May, 
1826 ; m. 28 July, 1853, Frances Margaret Fether- 
stonhaugh, only dau. of John Beauchamp Brady, 
Esq. of Myshali, co. Carlow, and has issue, 

John Rupert Robert, b. 18 Feb. 1855. 
Frederick Beauchamp, 6. 11 Oct. 1859. 
Frederick James Smith, 6. 26 Feb. 1861. 
Robert St. Clare, b. 11 Feb. 1863. 

?LtnCHSE. — ^This is an ancient family deriving originally 
from CO. Stirling, and settled in Ireland since the reign of 
Elizabeth. The estates of Ballykealey, Kilnock, co. Carlow, 
have been in their possession for more than 200 years. 

Robert Leckt, Esq. of Kilnock, co. Carlow, son of James 
Lecky, Esq. of the same place, d. 1780, leaving a ^on, 

John Lecky, Esq. of Ballykealey, m. 17S0, Ehzabeth, dau. 
of Jacob Goff, Esq. of Horetown, co. Wexford, and by her 
(who d. Jan. 1841) had issue, 

Robert, d. young. John James, of Ballykealey. 

Eliza, r,i. June, ISOO, John Watson, Esq. of Kilconner House, 
CO. Carlow, and d. leaving issue. 

Mary, )/;. James Forbes KusseU, Esq. ; and d. leaving issue. 

Anne, m. J. PhclpF, Esq.; and d. leaving issue. 

Jane Sophia, d. unm. 

3 F 2 





Sarah Maria, m. J. Cliristy, Esq. of Stramore House, co. 

Down ; and d. leaving issue. Hannah Matilda, il. v.inn. 
Lydia Matilda, m. Bichard Goff, Esq. of Tottenham Green, 
CO. Wexford. 
Mr. Lecky of Ballykealcy c?. Dec. 1799, and was s. by his son, 
John Ja.hes Lecky, Esq. of Ballykealey, J. P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1828, b. 2 Oct. 1799; r,i. 13 July, 1825, Sarah 
Lucia, only dau. of John Smyth, Esq. of Balby, co. York, and 
of Marlborough Place, Surrey, and had issue, 

John Frederick, of Lenham, co. Carlow, of Ballykealcy. 
Mary EUzabeth Adelaide, rn. 21 June, 18.53, Very Hev. 
Francis Metcalf Watson, Dean of Leighlin, and d. 10 March, 
Mr. Lecky (J. 1 Feb. 1878. 
Seat — Ballykealey, Ballon, co. Carlow. 


Lee, Albeet Henet, Esq. of Barna, co. Tip- 
perary, b. 27 April, 1853; s. his father 10 Jan. 

iCfjlCitCJC.— The first of the family to whom we can trace 
with certainty, 

Henry Lee, of Craig Castle, co. Tipperary, is .'lupposcd, 
according to family tradition, to have been grandson of Cbom- 
■WELL Lee (brother of Sir Henry Lee, K.G. temp. Queen Eliza- 
beth, and son of Sir Anthony Lee, of Quarendon), m. Mary, 
dau. of Sir Jolin Harcourt, by whom, at his death in ICOl, he 
left issue, settled in Ireland. This Henry Lee purchased, 1G78, 
the lands of Barna, Barony of Owny and Arra, co. Tipperary, 
and d. circa 1693, leaving a son and heir, 

Hesrt Lee, Esq. of Barna, according to the family tradition, 
partially disinherited by his father, in consequence of his mar- 
riage. He m. Mary, dau. of Benjamin Lane, Esq. of co. Tip- 
perary, and d. 1702, leaving a son, 

Benjamin Lee, Esq. of Barna, co. Tipperary, who (by Martha 
his wife) left two daus., Elizabeth, m. John Spunner, of King's 
Co., and Mary, m. James McCorrol, of Cnol, co. Tipperary, 
and an only son, 

Edward Lee, Esq. of Barna, in. Elizabeth, dau. of George 
Eyan, Esq. of Silver Stream, and widow of William Keating, 
of Cranagh. co. Tipperary. His will is dated 29 March, 1724, 
proved 172C. By his wife, who survived him, he left, with 
another son, Edward, an elder son, 

Henry Lee, Esq. of Barna, underage at his father's death, 
TO. 10 Feb. 1747, Mary, dau. of Evan Phillips, Esq. of Killeeu 
(Mount Piivers), co. Tipperary, and d. 1803, leaving issue, 
George, his heir; Evan, of Lodge, co. Tipperary, and other 
issue. The eldest son, 

George Lee, Esq. of Barna, m. 1778, Alice, dau. of John 
Norris, Esq. of Limerick, and left at his decease, June, 1815, 

I. Henry, his successor. 

i:. John, m. 1st, Emma, dau. of Henry Bevan, Esq. of Camus, 

CO. Limerick, by whom he had issue, 

1 William Norris, of Bettyville, co. Limerick, m. his 

cousin, Alicia, dau. of .James Thomas Dickson, Esq., and 

has issue, John Theodore, William, Anne, Emma, Alice, 

and Elizabeth. 

1 Elizabeth, ra. 1st, George Henry Heard, Esq., one of the 
six Clerks in the Court of Chancery, and had issue. She 
m. 2ndly, Hamilton Geale, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of 
Darragh, co. Cork, brother of the Countess Fortescuc. 

2 Alice, deceased. 

3 Anna,vii. Lieut.-Col. FrancisKussell, H.E.I.C.S., d. 18C1, 
leaving issue. 

He m. 2ndly, Ellen, dau. of Edmund Morony, Esq. of Bally- 
clough, CO. Clare, by whom he had a dau., EUen. Ho d. 
III. William (Kev.), Scholar of Trin. Coll. Dublin (1799), 
appointed 1825 to the Rectory of Hore Abbey, Diocese of 
Cashel; became successively Rector of MoyalilTe, Vicar of 
Eiiily, and, 1829, a Vicar-Choral of Cashel. He r,i. 1813, 
Jane, dau. of lUchard White, Esq. ot GreenhaU, co. Tip. 
perary, and d. 1835, having had issue, 

1 William (Ven.), D.D., Professor of Divinity in the TJni- 
ver.^ity of Dublin, Fellow of Trin. Coll. and Archdeacon 
of Dublin. He m. Anne, dau. of William English, Esq. 
of Farmley, co. Dublin, and has issue, William, Thomas 
Richard, Henry, Alice, Anne, and Jane. 

2 George, -ni. Agnes, dau. of John Brown, Esq. of London, 
by Mhom he has issue, George, Alfred, Agnes, and 

3 Richard, r,i. Jane, dau. of Robert H. levers, Esq. of 
Castle levers, CO. Limerick; and (/. 1850, leaving issue, 
Richard, William, Jane, and Maria. 

4 Henry, m. Maria, dau. of Robert H. levers, Esq. by whom 
he has issue, W iUiam Henry, Robert, Henry, Maria, and 

IV. Richard, d. viTin. 1842. 

V. Edward, of Dublin, m. Elizabeth, dau. of M. Eyan, Esq., 
and d. 1860, leaving by her, who predeceased him, an only 
child, Elizabeth. 

I. Anne, ni. James Thomas Dickson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, 
and by him, who is deceased, has issue. 

His eldest son, 

Henry Lee, Esq. of Barna, J. P., Cornet 5th Dragoon?, 
6. 2 March, 1779; m. 2 Jan. 1808, Mary, 2nd dau. of Chris- 
topher Crofts, Esq. of Stream Hill, Doneraile, co. Cork; and 
d. 18 Jan. 1848, leaving issue, Henry Albert, his heir; 
Charles Edward ; George Augustus ; Anne ; Alicia Maria ; 
Catherine Louisa; Charlotte, deceased; Emily; and Maria 
Louisa. His eldest son, 

Henry Albert Lee, Esq. of Barna, h. 2 Aug. 1818; 5ii. 
31 July, 18.52, Susan Kate, eldest dau. of John Benn, Esq. of 
Dromore House, near Newport, co. Tipperary, and d. 10 Jan. 
1861, leaving issue, 

Albert Henry, now of Barna. 
William Alexander, b. 13 Aug. 18-54. 
George John Francis, b. 12 April, 1853. 
Henry Ewer, b. 11 Feb. 1858. 

Arms — Arg., a fess between three crescents sa. Cml — On 
a column arg. encircled with a ducal coronet or, a falcon ppr. 
standing on a bird's leg az. erased gu. Motto — Fide et cun- 

/S'ccti— Barna, near Newport, co. Tipperary. 


Lee, Ret. Haert, of Kingsgate House, Hants, 
J.P., B.D. of New Coll. Oxford, Vicar of North 
Bradley, near Trowbridge, 1832, a Prebendary of 
Hereford, and Fellow of Winchester Coll. ; b. 1795 ; 
m. 1831, Julia, eldest dau. of Gorges Lowther, 
Esq., late of Kilrue, co. Meath. The Eev. Harry 
Lee is eldest son of the Rev. Harry Lee, of Kings- 
gate House, Hants (by Philippa his wife, dau of 
Sir William Blackstone, Knt., of the Priory, Wal- 
lingford), who d. 1838, leaving also another son, 
William, b. 1796; m. 1836, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Thomson, Esq. Master in Chancery, of Awbry, 
Sussex. Mr. Lee represents the very ancient 
family of Lee of Coton Hall, co. Salop, which has 
continued, in a direct line, from father to son, from 
the reign of Edward I. to the present time, and in 
which the same property remained until convoyed 
by an heiress to the Wmgflelds cf Ticlicncote, co. 

ScaJ— Kingsgate House, Winchester. 

Jane Henrietta. 
1 Anne Lsetitia. 

Alice, d. young, uwn. 


Vaughan - Lee, Vaughan Hanning, Esq. ol 
Dillington, Somerset, and Rheola and Lanelav 
CO. Glamorgan, M.P. for West Somerset, D.L., J.P 
cos. Somerset and Glamorgan, late Capt. 21st 
Fusiliers, and Major Glamorganshire Militia, Higl 
Sheriff Glamorganshire 1871 ; b. 25 Feb. 1836 ; m 
7 Aug. 1861, Cla)'a Elizabeth, eldest dau. of George 
Moore, Esq. of Appleby Hall, co. Leicester, auc 
has issue, 

I. Arthur VAroHAN Hanking, h. 13 Aug. 1802. 

II. John Edwards, b. 27 Sept. 1863. 

III. Charles Lionel, b. 27 Feb. 1807. 

IV. Alec George, b. 23 Nov. 1868. 

I. Jessy Isabel. ii. Katherine Mary. , 

III. Christine Caroline. iv. Alice Clara. 

?t,(lVr<iriC.— Edward Lee, Esq. of Pinhoc, Devon, wa 
father of a dau., 

Harriett Lee, of Orleigh Court, Devon, m. 1800. Williati 
Hanning, Esq. of Dillington, Somerset (son of John Hanninp 
Esq. of Dillington, by Susan his wife, dau. of T. Harvarc 
Esq. of Whitelaokington, Somerset), and had issue, 

John Lee Hanning, who assumed the surname of Lee onl 

by royal license 1822, of whom hereafter. 
Georgina Elizabeth, m. Nov. 1824, William Speke, Esq. ( 

Sophia Harriett, m. June, 1S2S, John B. Fuller, Esq. < 

Neston Park, co. Wilts. 

The only son, 





John Lee Lee, Kfq. of Di!1in;:ton and Orlcijrii, M.P. | 
I Wills, 1831-37; J.P. and D.L., lliRh Sheriff li>4r); 6. 11 
1S0.J; m. 1st, 18 Feb. 1834, Jessy, dau. of John Edwards 
iiin, Esq. of Rheola, co. Glamorgan, M.P., and by her 
; '. 183G) has one son, 

I. VAroHAN Hanmsg Lee, now of Dillington, Ehcola, and 

JniUy, 17 AuR. 1841, the Hon. Mary Sophia Hood, eldest 
t Samuel, '2nd Lord Bridport, and has by licr. 

: ilward Hanninff, 6. 26 Aug. 1845. 
William Uunning, 6. 9 Dec. 1S40. 
aiily Mary. ii. Alice Georgina, d. 24 June, 18G0. 

e d. 1S74, and was s. by his son Vauguan Hanxino 
uan-Lee, Esq., now of Dillington. 

(^amiln of OniTgl^'-iit. 

J.inN Edwards, Esq. of Ehcola (son of John Edwards, Esq. 
Llyrela), having s. by bequest, 1829, to the estate of William 
AUGHAN, Esq. of Lanelay, assumed, 1833, the additional 
irname and arms of VAUcnAN. He m. 1st, Ann, dau. and 
•ircss of Williams, of Court Herbert, co. Glamorgan ; and 
idly, 1809, Sarah Parkins, of Wandsworth, widow of John 
.alton, Esq., and dying 1833, left issue, 

NAsn Vaoghan, late of Eheola. 

Jessie, m. John Lee Lee, Esq. of Dillington Park, Somerset, 
and had, 

Vaughan Hasnikg, now Vaughan-Lee of Dillington. 
tie son and heir, 

Nash Vadghan EnwAitDS VAcr.nAN, Esq. of Eheola and 
anelay, co. Glamorgan, J.P. and D.L., 6. 22 May, ISll ; ■ni. 
.t, 4 March, 1S44, Harriet Amelia, 2nd dau. of Edward 
vainston Strangwayes, Esq. of Alne Hall, co. York, by whom 
3 had a dau., Frances Matilda ; and 2ndly, May, 1859, Anna 
aria Louisa, 3rd dau. of Edward Swainston Strangwayes, 
iq. He d. 5 Sept. 18G8, witliout surviving issue, and was s. 
f his nephew, Vaughan Hannisg Vacguan-Lee, Esq. of 
illington Park, Somerset, M.P. 

Aiins of YAVGMAf! — Sa., a che^Ton arg. between three boys' 
!ads couped ppr. crined or, enwrapped about the necks with 
lakes vert, on a chief of the 2nd three bugle horns. Crest — 
boy's head as in the arms, hanging from the neck a bugle- 
)rn. Motto — Ascrhe Llan Diogel ei Phcrchcn. 
Seats — Dillington, near Ilmiastcr ; Eheola, near Xeath; and 
anelay, near Cardiff. 


Lee, HE^"ET Heebert, Esq. of Dynas Po-svis, co. 
rlamorgan, Major in the Royal Engineers, b. 4 Oct. 
838 ; m. 16 Sept. 1873, Constance Mary, dau. of 
reorge Lyall, Esq. of HecUey Park, Surrey. 

ittUril0C. — Henry Lee, Merchant, of Hull, and at one 
me Mayor of that town, m. Catherine Freeman, great-grand- 
ant ot Lord Brougham, and had issue, Hesrt ; Thomas, Capt. 
.N., lost at sea 1770, while in command of the "Aurora" 
igate ; Catherine, lu. Sir Arthur Clarke, Bart, of Snailwell. 
he elder son, 

The Eev. Henry Lee, Vicar of Willoucihby-with-Wolfliam- 
Dte, CO. Warwick. 6. 1727; m. Margaret, dan. of Edward 
!urst, Esq. of Upton, Bucks, and sister of William Hurst, 
sq., High Sheriff co. Glamorgan 1776, and had two sons, 
ENKY, hij heir; and Thomas, in the navy, lost at sea 1770. 
^r. Lee d. 1768, and was s. by his son, 

Henry Lee, Esq., 6. 1753, J.P. and D.L. ; m. Mny, 1779, 
arah, only dau. of the Eev. Samuel Eoberts, of Salisbury, 
ad dying Dec. 1832, left (with three daus., Sarah Margaretta, 
I. Dec. 1798, Thomas Lane Thompson, Esq. of Elackhcath; 
rthuretta Clarke; and Anna 3Iaria) an only son, 
Edward Herbert Lee, Esq. of Dynas Powis, J.P. and D.L. 
. Oct. 17S6; m. June, 1810, Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of Thomas 
hompson, Esq. of Loudon, and dying Jan. 1802, left au only 

Eev. Hen-ry Thomas Lee, M. A., for 25 years Vicar of IIcl- 
oughton with South Eaynham, and Rural Dean, h. 21 April, 
811; m. Aug. 1837, Catherine Frances, 5th dau. of James 
iroadwood, Esq. of Lyne House, Surrey, and dying 29 Jan. 
377, at Dynas Powis, left issue, 

I. Henry Herbert, present representative of the family. 

II. John Eobert, late of the Bombay iulantry. 
lu. Francis Ashmore, d. 1846. 

IV. Edward Broadwood, d. 1851. 

V. Augustus Charles (Eev.). 

I. Mary Anne Elizabeth, d. 1817. ii. Cirbara Stewart. 

III. Charlotte Mary, m. Oct. 1SG9, William Fitzgerald, Srd 
sonot Hon. and Eev. Kcnelm Digby, of Tittleshall Eectory, 

IV. Sophia, )H. April, 1874, Charles Ed. Coffey, Lieut. E.A. 

V. Katharine Margaret. 

Armit — Arg., on a chevron engrailed between three leopards' 
heads sa. a crescent. tVis^— Out of a ducal coronet or, a 
leopard's head sa. il/o»o— Fortiter scd suaviter. 

Ji';.tidrnc':— The Mount, Dynas Powis, CaidilT, co. GlaiEor^.an, 
E.I.U.S, Club, St, James' Square, S,W. 


Tlie late Eichard Thomas Lek, Esq. of Gvoro 
Hall, CO. York, J,P, for the West Riding, b. 10 May, 
1808 ; vt. 1 Sept. 1853, Louisa Elizabotb, 2nd dau. 
and co-beiress of Licut-Gren. Sir Andrew Pilkington, 
K.C.B., of Catsfield Place, Sussex (by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. and heiress of Sir Vicary Gibbs, 
Chief Justice of the Common Pleas), and had issue, 

I. William Frederick, now of Grove Hall, 0. Feb. 1857. 

II. Eichard Kenneth, 6. Jan. 1863. 

I. Alice Mary, deceased. 

II. Georgina Mary, m. 1S74, Mathew Amcott Wilson, eldest 
son of Mathew Wharton Wilson, and grandson of Sir 
Mathew AVilson, Bart, of Kshton Hall, Gargrane, and has 
one son and one dau. 

III. Diana Louisa. iv. Florence Maria. 
Mr. Lee d. 18 Feb. 1878. 

ILtUCStJC. — Thomas Lee, of Leeds, 6. 1695; ni. Mary 
Eereby, of Woodhouse, by whom (who d. 1750) he had eight 
sons, I. Thomas, of whom presently ; ii. Timothy; in. James; 
IV. John, M.P. for Higham F^errers, Solicitor and Attorney- 
General to George III. ; v. William, d. s. p. ; vi. John, 
rf. s. p.; VII. Jonathan, d. s. p. 1731; viii. Joseph, d.s.p.; 
also two daus., Sarah and Hannah, who both d. u7im. Mr. 
Lee d. 1736. His eldest son, 

Thomas Lee, of Leeds, m. Margaret Markham, and by her 
(who d. 30 May, 1788) had issue, i. Thomas, ancestor of 
Lee of Kno/re-horov.oh ; n. Eobert, d. 10 Sept. 1762; 
III. Eichard, of whose line we treat; i. Margaret, d. 
The 3rd son, 

Eichard Lee, Esq. of Leeds, hi. Jane, dau. of Williaai 
Fenton, Esq. of Carr House, co. York, by whom he had, 
^VILLIAS^, of whom hereafter. 

James, of Eetford, J.P. for co. Nottingham, to. 1st, Caroline, 
dau. of James Meyrick, Esq., by whom he had a dau., Anne, 
lie m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Harry Verelst, Esq. of Aston 
Hall, CO. York, and rcUct of Eichard Sutton, Esq. of West 
Eetford House, Notts. 
Thomas, d. s. p. Eichard, d. s. p. 

Leonard, m. Sliss Holmes, by whom he had a son, Leonard, 
and two daus., Mary and Emma. 
Charles, M.A,, Hon. Canon of Durham 1853, and Incumbent 
of Lee, Northumberland, in. Mary, dau. of Thomas Ikin, 
Esq., and sister to Thomas B. Crosse, Esq. of Sliaw HiU, co. 
Lancaster, formerly M.P. for Wigan. He d. April, 1862. 
Margaret Jane, 6. March, 1768; m. Archibald Paris, Esq., 
late of Beech Hill Park, Middlesex, by -whom she had Ave 
sons and four daus. 
Mr. Lee d. aged 85. His eldest son, 

William Lee, m. 1792, Sophia, 2nd dau. of Sir Thomas 
Wentworth Elackett, Bart, of Bretton Hall, co. York, through 
which lady (who d. 1862) Mr. Lee became possessed of the 
estate of Grove Hall. He had issue, 
Wentworth, d. s. p. 
Eichard Thomas, late of Grove Hall. 

Sophia, m. 1st, Eev. William Verclst, of Aston Hall, co. 
York; and 2ndly, Lieut.-Col. Hay. 
Harriet Mary. Caroline. 

Jane, tn. Capt. E. B. Beaumont, 10th Lancers, 4th son of 
Col. Beaumont, M.P., of Bretton Hall. 

Mr. Lee d. 1837. 

Anns and Crest— As Leb of The Abbey. J/o»o— Aut unc 
aut nunquam. 
-Seai— Grove Hall, Knottingley, co. Y'ork. 


Lee-Mainwaeixg, Charles Eexjamix, Esq. cf 

The Abbcv, Knarosborougb, b. IG Feb. 17'c'7; m. 28 

Aug. 1839, the Hon. Mary Stuart Forbes, dau. of 

James Ochoncar, Lord Forbes, and has had issue, 

I. Charles Walter, Capt. Coldstream Guards, 6. 18 Sept. 

1840; d. 20 June, 1866. 
I. Isabella Ann, ra. 1st, 8 May, 1866, Major.-Gen. Milman, 
Commander of the Forces at Mauritius (who d. 23 Oct. 





18R9, son of Lieut. -Gen. Fiancis Mile.? Milman and Marie 

Marsaretta Morgan, liis wife, sister to tlie late Lord 

Tredegar; slie m. 2ndl}-, 1872, Hon. W. Massy, son of the 

late Lord Clarina. 

ItltragC— John Lee, Esq. of Tlie Abliey, Knares- 

boixJUj;!!, D.L. (son of Thomas Lee, K.sq. of Leeds, of tlie 

same family as Lee nf Grove Ball, by Ann Tester his wife), 

h. 6 Sept- 1706; m. 2 t"eb. 1794, Maria Mainwaring, of 

Goltlio' Hall, CO. Lincoln, and by lier (who d. G May, 1S30) 

had insue, 

John, i. 179.5 : d.v.nm. 

Charies Bekjamin, who assumed the surname of Matn- 


Frederick, 6. 1800; m. Jan. 1832, Elizabeth, dau. of Stephen 
Thomas Cole, Esq. of Stoke Lyne, by the Lady Elizabeth 
Stanley his wife, and lias issue. 

George, b. 13 Feb. Ia02; m. Oct. 1831, Mary Stark, and has 

Charlotte. Emma Maria, d. unm. 

Arms — Sa., three crowns or. Cral — An arm in armour, 
holding a battle-axe. Mntln — Dum spiro spero. 
Seat — Old Palace, Kichmond, Surrey. 


Lee, Edwaed Dyke, Esq. of Hartwell, co. Bucts, 
and of Tofcteridge Park, co. Herts, J. P., Capt. Royal 
Bucks Militia, b. 16 Sept. 1843; ,s. to Ihe entailed 
estates of his paternal uncle, John Lee, Esq., LL.D., 

ILtilCatJC. — It is stated that this family, one of great 
antiquity, is an offshoot of Lee, or Legh, oJ Hiijli Leghand 
Lyme, co. Chester, and that it has held its present estates 
from about 1268 through an uninterrupted succession. 
Browne Willis, in his MS., written more than a century ago, 
says that very few can show, for so long a series, viz., upwards 
of 500 years, such an unbroken possession of an estate, whicli 
has never been alienated otherwise than as it has passed in 
marriage by failure of male issue, wherefore it may be said to 
continue in the same family. For further account of the 
pedigree, see 2Edr:s Ilarlicelliana, by Capt. Smith, K.S.I''., 
D.C.L., and F.Il.S., or Lipscomb's HUlory of Lhz Coanly of 

Thomas Lee, Esq. of Hartwell, co. Bucks (eldest son of 
Thomas Lee, E.^q. of Morefon and Hartv.ell, by Elizabeth his 1 
wife, dau. of Sir George Croke) was created a Bart. IG Aug. 
1660. His son and heir (by Anne his wife, dau. and heir of 
Sir John Davis, Knt.) was 

Sir Thomas Lee, 2ndbart., of Hartwell, M.P., whom. Alice, 
dau. and heir of Thomas Hopkins, Esq. of London, Merchant, 
and had issue, 

I. Thomas, his successor. 

II. William, (Sir), Lord Chief Justice of England, and a Privy 
Councillor, m. 1st, Anne, dau. of Mr. Goodwin, of Bury, and 
had a son, 

William, who m. Philadelphia, dau. of Sir .John Dyke, 
Bart.; and dying 1778, left(with four daus., Philadelphia; 
Harriet, m. 1782, John Fiott, Esq. of London, son of 
N. Fiott, Esq., Lord of the Fee and Scigneury of Me- 
lesches, Jersey ; Louisa; and Sophia) a son, 
AVilliam, who, in pursuance of the will of Mr. Antonie, of 
Colworth, CO. Bedford, took the name of Antonie. 
Sir William Lee ra. 2ndly, Margaret, relict of Mr. Melmoth, 
and dau. of Eoger Drake, Esq., but by that lady had no 

III. John, Col. in the Guards, to. 1st, a dau. of Sir Thomas 
Hardy, Knt. ; and 2ndly, Mary Browne, of Arlsey, co. Bed- 
ford. By the latter (who ta. 2ndly, Col. Schutz) he had, 

1 Thomas, of Hampton Court, Equerry to the Duke of 
Gloucester. 2 John, an Ensign in the Foot Guards. 

Col. Lee d. 1760. 

IV. George (Sir), LL.D., a Privy Councillor, one of the Lords 
of the Admiralty, and Treasurer to H.K.H. the Princess 
Dowager of Wales, vi. Judith, dau. of Humphrey Morice, 
Esq. ; but dying without issue, 18 Dec. 1768, left his fortune 
to his nephew. Sir William Lee, Bart. 

I. Sarah, d. 1693. 

Sir Thomas was s. at his decease by his eldest son. 
Sir Thomas Lee, Bart., M.P. for Bucks, ra. Elizabeth, dau. 

and heir of Thomas Sandys, Esq., and had issue, 
William, his heir. Thomas. 

Anne, m. George Vernon, Esq., created 1702, Lord "Vernon, 
of Kinderton. 

He d. Dee. 1749, and was .9. by his son. 

Sir William Lee, Bart. Tliis gentleman devoted himself 
to the improvement of his seat at Hartwell, displaying great 
taste in his manner of planting and laying out the grounds. 

successive Baronets. 

and his additions to the mansion house, the east and sout 
fronts of which he rebuilt. He also rebuilt the parish church 
to which his uncles contributed, viz., the Lord Chief Justice 
£1,000, and Sir George Lee, £500. Sir William m. 1703, Lad; 
Elizabeth Harcourt, dau. of Simon, Earl of Harcourt, and hu( 

William, h. 1764) 
George, U. 1767 | 

He d. 6 July, 1799, and was s. by his elder son. 

Sir W^illiam Lee, who, adopting a military life, was Lieut, 
Col. of the 16th Light Dragoons, in which he served severa 
campaigns in Germany. E.xchan;;ing into the 25th Ligh 
Dragoons, he went, in May, 1800, to join that regiment it 
Madras, and dying there 7 Feb. 1801, luuii., was s. by hil 

Sir George Lee, Bart., Eector of Hartwell, and "Vicar oi 
Beachampton. He was distinguished by his benevolence tc 
the poor, and having studied the science of medicine, was 
their gratuitous physician. He d. xmm. 1827, when the 
baronetcy expired, and the estates devolved, by Sir George'i 
will, on their late possessor, 

John Lee, Esq., LL.D., the next heir in blood. He was! 
son of John Fiott, Esq., by Harriet his wife, 2nd dau. of 
William Lee, Esq. of Totteridge, ut svpra, who was son of the 
Right Hon. Sir William Lee, Chief Justice of England, 2nd 
son of Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd bart. of Hartwell. This Dr. Lee, 
of Hartwell, liucks, J.P. and D.L., b. 28 April, 17S3, s. his 
maternal uncle, William Lee Antonie, Esq., and assumed^ 
under that gentleman's will, the surname of Lee, in lieu oi 
his patronymic, Fiott. To the Hartwell property he .■?. by the 
bequest of his kinsman, the Eev. Sir George Lee, 6th bare, 
Mr. Lee was several times a candidate for the representation 
of the county. Dr. Lee's brother, the Uev. Nicholas Fiott, 
Vicar of Edgeware, assumed by royal letters patent the family 
name of Lee, in accordance with the will of Antonie Lee, Esq.! 
of Colworth Park, Bedford, and Totteridge Park, Herts, as 
heir to the entailed estates. Ho m. Harriet Jenner, 2ud dau, 
of Sir Percy vail Hart Dyke, Bart., of Lullmgston Castle, Kent, 
and had issue, 

I. Edward, now of ITartwell House, and Totteridge Park. 

II. Lee Percyvale, who d. IS.'iS. 

I. Louisa, VI. Feb. 1805, William R. Luard, Esq. 

II. Harriet Sarah. 

III. Pliiladcliihia Bruce, 9;i. Oct. 1876, Liebert Edward, only" 
son of the Rev. J. J. Goodall, of Dinton Hall, Bucks. 

IV. Fanny Charlotte. 

Arriis — Quarterly: 1st and 4lh, az., two bars or a bend 
chequy of the and gu. ; 2nd and 3rd, az., on a chevron 
between three lozenges or, an anchor sa. Crtats — 1st, A bear 
passant sa. muzzled, and chain reflexed over the back arg. ; 
2nd, A dcmi-horse rampant arg., charged on the shoulder with 
a fleur-de-lis for difference. J/oWoes— Verum atque deceus; 
and Malgre I'injustice. 

Scaix — Hartwell House, Aylesbury, Bucks; and Totteridge 
Park, Biu'net, Herts. Clubs — Carlton; Boodles. 



Lee, William, Esq. of Holborough Court, Kent, 
J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Maidstone 1853 to 1857, 
and 1859 to 1870, b. 23 Aug. 1801 ; m. 2 April,, 
1820, Christiana, 2nd dau. of Samuel Reynolds^ 
Esq. of Thejdon Hall, Essex, and by her (who d, 
1871) has issue, 

I. Anne, m. June, 1845, W. Henry Roberts, Esq., Capt. R.E., 
who is deceased. 

II. Sarah, m. Oct. 1S53, the late xVlfred Smith, Esq. of 

Mr. Lee, of Holborough, a merchant in London and 
Eochester, is 3rd son of Henry and Susannah Lee, 
of Camps Hill, Lewisham, Kent. 

Arms — Az., two bars erminois. Crest — ^A hear statant ppr. 
muzzled gu. collared and chained arg. Motto — Verum atqu* 

Seat— Holborough Court, near Rochester. 


Leech, Rev. John, B.D., of Clooncoura, co. Mayo, 
h. 30 Aug. 1808 ; m. 9 May, 1839, Mary, 2nd dau. 
of William Darley, Esq. ■)£ St. John's, co. Lublin, 
and has issue, 





I, William Ansdell, Esq., B.A., Emmanuel College Cam- 
liridse, and of Lincolu's Inn, Eanister-;it-Law, 0. SO Sept. 

a. Henry Erougliam, Fsfi., B.A., Fellow of GonvUlo and 

Caius College, Canibrulge, and of the Queen's luns, 

Barrister-at-Law, b. 15 Nov. 1843. 
m. Joseph Fanan, &. 25 July, 1S45. 
IT. Frederick John, b. 30 Jan. 1847 ; m. 22 Aug. 1877, Lily, 

dau. of the Rev. Canon Wolseley, Kector of Kilrush. 
V. Graves Atkinson, b. 13 Nov. ls-50, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin. 
I. Anna Darley, m. 5 March, 1867, Henry J. Bourchier, Esq., 

eldest son of John Bourchier, Esq. of Baggotstown, co. 

Limerick, and has issue a son. 
n. Mary Waller Barbara Farran, m. 3 Oct. 1873, William 

Fleming Mease Smyth, Esq. of Galloway House, co. 

ui. Elizabeth Catherine. 
IV. Kicharda King. 

Ht'lICilGC— Geoege Leech, Esq., traditionally the descen- 
;ant of an ancient family of that name in the co. of Cliester, 
ettled in Ireland circa 1C67, at Eosserk, co. Mayo. He m. 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Samuel Nicholson, Esq. of Castle 
Jonnor, co. Sligo, and left an only son, 

John Leech, E.?q. of Frankfort, co. Sligo, 6. 1694; iji. Mary, 
West dau. of Robert Orme, Esq. of Carne, co. Mayo, and by 
ler (who d- 10 Deo. 1793, aged 80) had issue, besides several 
laus., of whom Mary, the eldest, ??i. 1759, James Wood, Esq., 
. John, his heir; ii. Robeet (see Leech of Raihkcale Abbey); 

II. James, b. 1746, d. at Stoke Newington, 21 Feb. 1826, 
iged 80. Mr. Leech d. 2 June, 1770, aged 76, and was s. by 
lis eldest son, 

John Leech, Esq. of Rathroan, co. Mayo, J. P., and Deputy 
xovernor of tlie co. of Sligo. and of Dublin, b. 1742; m. 1760, 
Jlizabeth, eldest dau. and co-heir of Samuel Ansdell, Esq., 
md by her (who was b. 9 June, 1742, and d. 4 Feb. 1834, in 
ler 92nd year) had issue to survive, two daus., Marianne, b. 
.775, m. 1808, Richard Perceval Moulson, Esq. ; Lydia, 
I. unra.; and one son, William Ansdell, his heir. Mr. 
dicech d. 8 Aug. 1822, aged 80, and was .s. by his son, 

William Ansdell Leech, Esq. of Rathroan, co. Mayo, a 
UoUector of H.M. Customs in Ireland, b. 11 July, 1777; m. 15 
Vlay, 1806, Mary, 2nd dau. of Charles Atkinson, Esq. of 
Sehins, co. Mayo, and dying 19 Oct. 1837, in the 61st year of 
lis age, left issue, 

I. John (Rev.), his heir. 

II. Charles, ot Hermitage, co. Sligo, and North Great George's 
Street, Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, M.A. T.C.D., Q.C., b. 16 
Dec. 1810; ra. 19 Aug. 1840, Anna Maria, 2nd dau. of Hunt 

. Walsh Chambre, Esq. of Hawthorn Hill, co. Armagh, and 
by her has issue, 1 William Ansdell, 6. 11 June, 1841 ; 
2 Hunt Walsh, b. 4 Dec. 1842; 3 Charles, b. 28 June. 1844; 
4 Thomas Archibald, b. April, 1853; 5 John, b. 22 May, 
1857; 1 Rebecca Olivia; 2 Anna Maria; and 3 Emily 

in. William Ansdell, &. 23 Dec. 1812 ; vi. 7 Nov. 1854, Eleanor, 
2nd dau. of George Gibson, Esq. of Lower Pembroke Street, 
Dublin, by Elizabeth, eldest dau. of John Gibson, Esq., and 
by her has, 1 William Ansdell, b. 21 Aug. 1857; 2 George 
Gibson, b. 7 Nov. 1859; 3 Arthur Henry William, b. 12 July, 
1862; 1 Elizabeth Marian Susaona; and 2 Florence Cathe- 
rine Sinclair. 

IV. Edward, b. 9 Oct. 1814, A.B. T.C.D. ; m. 3 Oct. ISoo, 
Wilhelmina Frederika, dau. of Richard Hammersley, Esq. 
of Corrolanty, King's Co., J. P. 

T. Arthur Henry (Rev.), of Ballycloughduff, co. Westmeath, 
B.A. T.C.D. , Vicar of Emly, 6. 23 March, 1817; m. 18 
Dec. 1845, Ellen, 2nd dau. of Thomas Maunsell Wilson, Esq. 
of Cahirconlish House, co. Limerick, by Isabella his wife, 
younuer dau. of Charles Stanley, 1st Viscount Monck, and 
sister to the late Earl of Rathdowne, and has issue, 1 Wil- 
liam Thomas Atkinson, b. 2 April, 1860, d. 27 April, 18G0; 
1 Isabella Monck; 2 Mary Wilhelmina Monck ; 3 Eleanor 
Elizabeth; 4 Henrietta Maria; 5 Edith. 

VI. James Ansdell, 6. 27 Nov. 1818; d. in Spain, 6 May, 1855. 

I. Mary. 

n. Elizabeth, m. Aug. 1846, William Crawford Poole, Esq., 
M.D. of Ardmore, co. Waterford. iii. Catherine Anne. 

rv. Marianne Charlotte, m. 11 Dec. 1844, Henry Connor 
White, Esq. of Golden Hills, co. Tipperary, Registrar of the 
Royal Dublin Society. 

T. Maria Isabella, m. 1st, 27 Feb. 1815, William Thomas 
Lloyd, Esq. of Upper Mount Street Crescent, Dublin, A.M. 
T.C.D., Barrister-at-Law (who d. 13 Dec. 1857): and 2iidly, 
9 Oct. 1860, Richard Augustine Fitz Gerald Studdert, Esq., 

Arms — Erm., a trefoil vert, on a chief indented gu. three 
ducal coronets or. Crest — Out cf a ducal coronet or, charged 
with a trefoil vert an arm erect ppr., grasping a snake en- 
vironed about the arm also vert. MoUo — Virtute ct valore. 


Leech, George Williams, Esq. of Eathkeale 
Abbey, co. Limerick, Barrister-at-La'sv-, J. P., b. 30 
Aug. 1810 ; m. 1st, 12 Nov. 1834, Anna Maria, dau. 
of Gen. George Eellasis, and by lier has a son, 

I. Robekt S. B., retired Capt. 94th regt.. Barrack Master 
in Mauritius, b. 21 May, 1830. 

He m. 2ndly, 28 Sept. 1846, Catherine, dau. of 
Hunt Walshe Chambre, Esq. of Hawthorn Hill, 
CO. Armagh {see that name), by -whom he has issue, 

I. HuntChambrfe, A.B., LL.B., 6.20 Dec. 1847. 

II. John Bourke Massy, b. 21 July, 1S54. 

I. Helena E. Susanna. n. Catherine Rebecca. 

III. Ehza Georgina. iv. Mary. 

iLtUraflC. — Robert Leech, Esq., 2nd son of John Leech, 
Esq. of Frankfort, co. Sligo (see preccdinej Article), el. 1823, 
leaving, by Julie Bourke his wife, with other issue, an eldest 

John Boubke Leech, Esq. of Rathkeale Abbey, b. 19 Dec. 
1763, who left, by Helena E. Susannah his wife, six sons and 
one dau., 

I. William, b. 1798 ; m. E. C. Macdougall, and had one son, 
William, deceased. 

II. George Williams, now of Rathkeale Abbey. 

III. James, of Somerset House, London. 

IV. John, d. 1859. v. Robert. 

VI. Arthur Blennerhassett, J. P. for co. Sligo, 3Iajor Eifle 
Volunteers, Captain of the Irish Rifle Team. 
I. Julie. 

Seal — Rathkeale Abbey, Rathkeale, co. Limerici. 


Leeke, Ralph Meerick, Esq. of Longford Hall, 
Salop, J.P. and D.L., High SherifP 1850, a Capt. 
South Salop Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 4 Sept. 1813 ; m. 
26 Oct. 1847, Lady Hester Urania, dau. of Newton 
Fellowes, 4th Eai-1 of Portsmouth, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Hugh, 1st Earl Eortescue, and has 
issue (with three other daus.), 

I. Ralph, Capt. Grenadier Guards, b. 1849. 

u. Thomas Newton (Rev.), b. 1854. iii. Henry, b. 1856. 

IV. William, 6. 1862. 

I. Hester Catherine. ii. Charlotte Urania. 

ILinCclQC. — This family has for several centuries been 
of importance in the county of Salop. For an accoimt of it 
see Blakew ay's Sheiiffs of Shrupshire. The immediate an- 
cestor of the present line. 

Ralph Leeice, of Ludlow, was living 1334. His seal is 
represented in a pedigree of the family, which is attested by 
Sir WiUiam Segar, as bearing his shield of arms, the same as 
now used with the legend, " Sigill, Radi Leeke Armigeri." 
From him descended 

Ralph Leeke, Esq., 2nd son of Thomas Leeke, Esq. of the 
Vineyard, near Wellington, 6th in descent from Ralph Leeke, 
and whose eldest son, Thomas, was one of the Barons of the 
Exchequer, acquired a large fortune in the Civil Service of 
the E.I. Company. Returning to England 17S6, he purchased, 
the following year, from the Earl of Shrewsbury, the manors 
and estates of Longford and Church Aston, Salop, and was 
High Sheriff of that co. 1796. He m. 13 Dec. 1787, Honoria 
Frances, only dau. of Walter Hervey Thursby, Esq., and by 
her (who d. 1843) had issue, Thomas, his heir; Ralph Harvey, 
Rector of Longford, b. 4 Oct. 1794; Augusta; Caroline, »/i. , 
7 Sept. 18'24, William, 4th Earl of Abergavenny; Emily; 
Frances Anne, m. 29 Oct. 1835, the Rev. Sir Henry Thompson, 
Bart. He c^. 30 Sept. 1829, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Thomas Leeke, Esq. of Longford Hall, Barrister-at-Law, 
J.P., b. 21 Nov. 1788, m. 1st, 13 Nov. 1812, Louisa, youngest 
dau. of the late Brigadier-Gen. Robert Shawe, and by her (who 
d. 16 April, 1816) had issue, 

Ralph Merrick, present representative. 

Egerton, b. 23 March, 1816; d. 1876. 

Charlotte, ra. Rev. Wyndhani Madden, M.A. Cantab., Rector 
of Bergh Apton, near Norwich. 
Mr. Leeke iii. 2ndly, 21 Jan. IS'22, Anna, only dau. of the late 
Hon. Matthew Pluukett, brother to the 10th Lord Louth. He 
d. 1836. 

Arm-^ — Arg., on a chief gu. a fleur-de-lis or, over all a 
bend engrailed az. Cre.H—A. leg couped at the thigh arg., 
charged with two fleurs-de-lis. il/o«o— Agendo gnavitcr. 

i'eut— Longford Hull, near Newport, Salop. 







Hughes ie Fleming, Stanley, Esq. of Ejdal 
HaU, Westmorlaud, J.P., High Sheriff 1878, b. 12 
Aug. 1855 ; s. his father 1877, Lord of the Manors 
of Beckermet aud Skirwith, Cumberland, Coniston, 
CO. Lancaster, and Eydal, Westmorland, and Patron 
of four Livings, twenty-fourth in descent from Sir 
Michael le Fleming, vel de Furness, the founder of 
the family. 

JCtltragC— Sm Danidl FLE:inNG, Knt. of Eydal Hall. 
Cumberland, M.P. for Cockermouth in the latter end of tlie 
17th century, was the representative of this very anciont Cum- 
herland family. He to. Barbara, eldest dau. of Sir Henry 
Fletcher, Bart, of Button, and had, with other issue (see 
Bukke's Peerage and Baronetage, Fleming), an eldest son, 

William Fleming, Esq. ofRydalHall, who represented the 
CO. of Westmorland in Parliament from 169a to 1707, and was 
created a Bart. 4 Oct. 1705, with remainder, in default of 
male issue, to the male descendants of his father. Sir William 
m. Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Eowlandson, Ksq. of Kendal, by 
whom he had three daus., 

Dorothy, m. Edward Wilson, Esq. of Dallam Tower, West- 
Barbara, m. Edward Parlcor, Esq. of Browsholme. 
Catherine, /,<. Sir Peter Leicester, Bart, of Tabley. 
Sir WilUam d. 29 Aug. 173G, and the title devolved upon his 

Sm George Fleming, 2nd bart., consecrated Bishop of 
Carlisle 30 Oct. 1734. His lordship vi. 23 Oct. 1708, Catherine, 
dau. of Robert Jefferson, Esq., and had issue, 
I. William (A>n.), b. 10 Aug. 1709, Archdeacon of Carlisle 
1734; m. 27 Dec. 1739, Dorothy, eldest dau. of Daniel Wil- 
son, Esq. of Dallam Tower, Westmorland, and d. 17 March, 
1742, leaving an only dau., 

Catherine, 6. 9 Jan. 1742, to. Thomas Ascough, Gent. 
I. Mary, m. Humphrey Senhouse, Esq. of Netherhall, Cum- 
berland. II. Barbara, d. young. 

III. Catherine, to. Joseph Dacre Appleby, Esq. of Kirklin- 
ton, Cumberland. 

IV. Mildred, m. Edward Stanley, Esq. of Ponsonby Hall, 
Cumberland. v. Elizabeth, </. young. 

Sir George d. 2 July, 1747, and was s. by his nephew. 

Sir William Fleming, 3rd bart. of Kydal, son of Michael 
Fleming, Major of Foot, 6th son of Sir Daniel, High Sheriff for 
Cumberland 1754, M.P. for the co. 1755-56; m. 1745, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Christopher Petyt, of Skipton-in-Craven, co. York, 
Gent., by whom (who d. 31 March, 1757) he had issue, 

I. MicHAELLE, of whom hereafter. 

II. Amelia, d. unm. 

III. Barbara, to. Edward Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, co. 
York. rv. Dorothy, d. young. 

V. Ehzabeth, m. Andrew Hudleston, Esq. of Hutton John, 
Cumberland, and had issue, a son, 

Andrew Fleming Hcdleston, of whom hereafter. 

VI. Dorothy m. 12 Aug. 1774, George Edward Stanley, Esq. 
of Ponsonby Hall, Cumberland. She d. 1786, having had 
issue, a son, Edward, who d. in infancy, and two daus., co- 
heiresses of their mother, the elder of whom, Slildred, d. 
unm., and the younger, 

Elizabeth, m. 18C5, John Cumberland Hughes, Esq. of 
Bath, and d. 2 Dec. 1856, leaving a son, 
George Ccmberland Hcghes le Fleming, of Eydal. 
Sir William being desirous to restore the early form of the 
family name, by adopting the prefix "le," the use of which 
had been discontinued from the time of Edward IV., incor- 
porated it with his son's Christian name, at baptism, who 
accordingly s., upon his father's death, 1756, as, 

Sir Michael le Fleming, 4th bart., of Eydal, the " brilliant 
Baronet," whose remarkable social and literary gifts have 
been incidentally recorded by the biographer of Dr. Johnson, 
6. 10 Dec. 1748, High Sheriff for Cumberland 1770, M.P. for 
Westmorland 1774-1806; to. Lady Diana Howard, only dau. 
and heiress of Thomas, 14th Earl of Suffolk and Berks, by 
whom (who d. 20 June, 1816, he had one dau., his heiress. 
Sir Michael d. 19 May, 1806, and was .s. in the Baronetcy by 
Daniel Fleming, of Crostiiwaite, Westmorland, great-grandson 
of Eoger Fleming, Vicar of Brigbam, Cumberland, the 8th 
6on of Sir Daniel Fleming, of Eydal. The estates descended 
to his only dau. and heiress, 

Anne Fbederica Elizabeth le Fleming, of Eydal, 6. 1784; 
7)1. 1807, her cousin. Sir Daniel Fleming, 5th bart., who 
d. s. 23. 1821. Lady le Fleming d. 5 April, 1861, having settled 
the estates on her cousins, the descendants ot her aunls Eliza- 

beth and Dorothy. The estates consequently devolved, first, 
on Andrew Fleming Hudleston, of Hutton John, who d. uavn. 
2 Sept. 1861, and was s. by his cousin, 

George CdiMberland Hughes le Fleming, Esq. of Eydal, 
Major-Gen. in the Indian army, J. P. for Cumberland and 
Westmorland, and D.L. for the latter co., who assumed by royal 
license, dated 1 April, 1862, in compliance with tlie terms ofiJ 
the entail, the surname of " Le Fleming,'" in addition to hisi 
own patronymic. He was b. 21 July, 1807. Through his 
paternal grandmother, a dau. of Denison Cumberland, Bishop 
of Clonfert, afterwards of Kilmore, and sister to Richard Cum- 
berland, the Politician and Dramatist, Major-Gen. Hughes lej 
Fleming was lineally descended from Richard Cumberland, 
upon whom the See of Peterborough was conferred by! 
William III. in 1691. Through the same ancestress he also 
inherited the blood of Dr. Bentley, the eminent Master o; 
Trin. Coll. Cambridge. He entered the army in 1823, an. 
his service in Burmah and Southern India, extended overil 
34 years; was Col. of the Madras Native Infantry, retiring 
with the rank of Major-Gen. in 1861. He m. 1st, 10 Oct.! 
1843, Mary Grant, youngest dau. of John Macpherson, Esq, 
of Banchor, in Badenoch, co. Inverness, by whom (who d. 211 
March, 1851) he had issue, two daus., 

I. Elizabeth Emily, 6. 9 Blarch, 18.50; d. 28 Dec. 1852. 

II. Mary Louisa, 6. 17 March, 1851 ; ra. 12 April, 1871, George 
Godfrey Cunninghame, Esq., Edinburgh, Advocate, and haa 
issue. 1 

He m. 2ndly, 15 Sept. 1853, Anne Jane, youngest dau. ofl 
Alexander Rennick, Esq. of Derryargan, co. Fermanagli| 
Major in the Bengal army, and by her had issue, 

I. Stanlet, his heir, now of Eydal. 

II. George Fleming Alexander, b. 28 April, 1858. 

I. Alice Catherine, 6. 17 July, 1856. 

II. I'.lizabeth Constance, b. 17 Dec. 18.59, 
in. Mildred Jane Frederiea, 6. 29 May, 1861. 

Major Gen. Hughes le Fleming had three brothers and ono' 
sister, viz. 

I. John Edward Hughes, h. 11 Aug. 1809, lata Col. of 47t: 
.Madras Native Infantry: ra. 11 Jan. 1870, Caroline Gertrudi 
youngest dau. of Gen. Sir George Cornish AVhitlock, K.C.B.| 
and lias issue. 

II. William Wyndham Hughes, b. 16 Oct. 1814: ra. 1st, 6 Dec, 
1842, Susanna, 2nd dau. of Robert Hope, Esq. of Derby, 
She (?. 13 Nov. 1852, leaving issue. He ru. 2ndly, 23 Sepi 
1802, Ellen, 2nd dau. of John George Batcheler, Esq. ol 
Gosport, Hants. She d. 12 Oct. 1870, leaving issue. 

III. Henry le Fleming Hughes, 6. 5 April, 1819; m. 3 Julyj 
1857, Nancy Emma Capcley, youngest dau. of Lieut. Jolil 
Walker, of Bridgewater, Somerset; shed. 29 Oct. 1861. 

1. Elizabeth MUdred, 6.31 March, 1806; m. 18 June, 1832, 
John Robert a Court, Esq. of Kingwe.ston, Somerset; haSJ 
d. 9 Aug. 1872. Their only dau., Emma Frederiea, TO.ij 
22 June, 1852, Rev. Charles Vere Spencer, M.A., of Wheat-I 
field, CO. Oxon, and has issue, ] 

Major-Gen. Hughes-lc-Fleming d. 7 June, 1877, and was s. by 
his eldest son, 

Stanley Hughes le Fleming, now of Eydal. 

A^-ins — Quarterly; 1st and 4th, gu., a fret arg., for Le 
Fleming; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly or and arg., a lion ram- 
pant az., between three fountains, for Hcghes. Crests — 1st, 
Le Fleming : A serpent nowcd, in its mouth a wreath of olive 
and vine leaves all ppr. ; 2nd, Hcghes : Upon a mount vert a 
lion couchant or, gutte de larmes, the dexter paw resting 
on a fountain ppr. ilottn — Pax, copia, sapientia. 

Seai— Eydal Hall, Ambleside. 


Lefeoy, Anthoxt, Esq. of Carrig-glas Manor| 
CO. Longford, D.L., LL.D., M.P. for the Uuiversitj 
of Dublin 1858 to 1870, and for co. Longford 183'J 
to 1837, and 1841 to 1847, High Sheriff co. Long^ 
ford 1850 ; m. 1824, Hon. Jane King, eldest dauJ 
of Robert Edward, 1st Viscount Lortou, and grand-^ 
dau. of Robert, 2nd Earl of Kingston, and by her 
(who d. 1868.) has issue, 

I. Frances, to. 22 March, 1849, Col. David Carrick Buchanan, 
D.L. of Drumpellier, CO. Lanark, (see that FaniUy). 

II. Mary Louisa, m. June, 1852, Hon. William L. P. Talbot, 
Lieut. -Col., 7th son of James, 3rd Lord Talbot de Malahide. 

3£,inCagC. — The Lefroys are of Flemish extraction, and 
emigrated to England in the time of the Duke of Alva's perse- 
cutions. The first who settled in this country, a.d. 1569, was 
Antuont LEFKOi". His desceiuLinr, 






aoMAs Lefkot, of Canterbury, to. Plicebe, h. 1C79. dan. of 
las Thomson, Esq. of Kenfield, by Phoebe his wife, ilau. 
:lUam Hammond, Esq. of St. Alban's Court. Kent, and by 
who d. 1761) had a son, 
\NTiioxT Lefkoy, of Loghom, n. EHzabeth, sister of Bcn- 
1 Langlois, Esq., M.P., many years Under Secretary of 
, and liad (with one dau., PhcEbe, m. to an ItaUan noble- 
, Slaffetti Del Jlcdico, Count di Carrara) two sons, 
-Vntuont, Lieut. -Col. 9th Dragoons, m. 1.5 Xov. 1769, 
une Gardiner, and d. 8 Sept. ISlt), having had issue, 

1 IJiGHT Hox. TuoMAS Lefkot, Lord Chief Justice of 

2 .Antliony, late Capt. 65tli regt., ra. and had issue. 

3 Itenjamin, Capt. K.A., 'in. and had issue. His 3rd dau.. 
Lacy, III. 11 Sept. 1S5S, Robert Exham Turbett, Esq. of 
Owenstown House, co. Dublin. 

■i Henry, 31. A., Vicarof Santry, near Dublin, i/i. Dorothea, 
■Jncl dau. of 0"Grady, of Kilballyowcn {icc that naiiu), 
and had issue, 

Anthony O'Grady, m. Mary, dau. of Col. Bruce. 
Gerald de Courcy, in. Elizabeth, dau. of William Brook- 
man, Esq., and settled in Australia. 
Henry M;.'in»oll, m. Ellen, dau. of James Shine, Esq. of 
Ballymacrcse, co. Tipperary, and had a sun, Henry, b. 
Eliza Waller. 

Ann Langlois, m. James Stein, Esq. of Charrington, 
Dorset, and Kennetpans, K.B., and has issue. 
JIary Elizabeth O'Grady. Dorothea Thomasina. 

1 Lucy, rii. Hugh Byvcs Baker, Esq. 

■J PhcBbe, m. Capt. Butler. 3 Sarah, m. Capt. Courtenay. 
- Anne, i;i. Major Power. 
6 Eliza, m. Richard Sadleir, Esq. 

. I^aac Peter George, Fellow of All So«ls', Oxford, Rector 
r ; Ash and Compton, Surrey, m. Anne, eldest dau. of Kd- 
■,d Brydges, Esq. of Wooton Court, Kent, by Jemima, 
- wife, dau. and co-heir of William Egeiton, LL.D., 
.ndson of John, 2nd Earl of Eridgewater, and by ho-r 
iio d. in 1S04) left at his decease, Jan. 1S06, 

1 John Henry George, of Ewshott House, Hants, Rector of 
Ash and Compton 6. 17S2; //i. Souhla, youngest dau. of 
l;ev. Charles Jeffreys Cottrell ; and d. 1823, leaving issue, 

George, f?. v.nm. 1824. 

CUARLE3 Edward, of Ew.?hott House, Fnrnhnm, Surrey, 
J. P., M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxon, Barrister-at-LMw, Secretary 
to the Speaker of the House of Commons, Taxing 
Officer of that House 185G, 6. 1810; .s. his brother George 
18.: 1; m. 184-5, Janet, dau. of James Walker, Esq, 
LL.D., F.R.S., C.E., and d. 1861, leaving a son, 
Charles James Maxwell Lefbot, of Itchell Manor, 
Hants, late Capt. 14th Hussars, m. 14 Aug. 1872, Eliza- 
Ijeth, eldest dau. of Alfred Henry McClintock, M.P., 
uf ilerrion Square, Dublin {see Bukke's Peerage, Rath- 
DONNELL, B.) and other issue. 

Anthony Cottrell, Christ Church, Oxford, M.A., Incum- 
bent of Crookham, near Farnham, Surrey, ra. Anne, 
dau. of John Hickman, Esq., and has three dans. 

John Henry (Sir), Licut.-Gen., K.C.M.G., C.B., Governor 
of Bermuda 1871 to 1877, rn. 1st, Emily Mary, dau. of 
the late Chief Justice Robinson, of Toronto, Canada, and 
by her has two sons and two daus. He iii. 2ndly, ISliO, 
Charlotte Anna, dau. of Col. Dundas, of i'lngask, and 
widow of Col. Armine Mountain, C.B. 

Henry Maxwell. Frederick, deceased. 

Ann, ra. John, Lord Eathdonnell. 

F;nnces Phoebe, m. George K. Richards, Esq., Barrister- 
at-Law, and d. 22 Sept. 1859, having had issue a son 
and three daus. Anna Sophia. 

Isabella Elizabeth. Lucy, deceased. 

2 Christopher Edward, b. 1785. 

Benjamin (Rev.), Rector of Ash, i)!. Jane Anna Eliza- 
beth, eldest dau. of the late Rev. James Austen, Rector 
oiSteventon, Hants, and dying 1829, left issue, George 
Benjamin Austen, and six daus. 

1 Lucy, iii. the Rev. Henry Rice, of Xorton Coiut, near 

le grandson. 

The Right Hon. Thomas Langlois Lefrot, LL.D. of Car- 
?-Rlas Manor, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, b. 1776; ?ii. 
99, Mary, only dau. and heir of Jeffry Paul, Esq. of Silver 
•ring, CO. Wexford, member of the younger branch of the 
inily of Sir Robert Paul, Bart., and had issue, 

I. Anthony, now of Carrig-glas Manor. 

II. Thomas Paul, Q.C., ),('. 1 July, 1835, Hon. Elizabeth 
Massy, dau. of Hugh, 3id Lord 31assy, and has issue, 
Thomas Langlois, and several other children. 

III. JelTry (Very Rev.), M.A.Trinity College, Dublin, Dean of 
Dromore ; to. Helena, eldest dau. of the Rev. Frederick 
Trench, by Lady Helena his wife, sister of George James, 
6th Earl of Egmont, and has issue, Charles, and other 

IV. George Thomson, late Treasurer to the Ecclesiastical 
Commissioners, High Sheriff of Longford 1846; la. Is69, 

Mary, widow of AVilliam Mavtlcy Blaekburne, Esq. of Tank- 
ardstuwn, co. Meatli, and dau. oi Rev. William Thorpe, D.D. 
1. Jane. ii. Anne. iii. Mary. 

Lord Chief Justice Lefroy, one of the most distinguished 
Lawyers of his time, was called to the Bar 1797, and appointed 
a Bencher of the King's Inn 1819. He sat in Parliament as 
Jlember for the University of Dublin from 1830 till his eleva- 
tion to the Bench, which took place 1841, when he was 
appointed a Baron of the Exchequer. Ue became Lord Chief 
Justice 1852, andtt 1868. 

^i-/i!.?— Quarterly, 1st and 4th, vert, fretty arg. on a chief 
of the second a hood or cap (allusive to the badge assumed by 
the party opposed to the Duke of Alva) between two wyvcrns 
gu., for Lefroy; 2nd and 3rd, az., a chevron or, betwt'cn 
three crescents arg. on a chiet gu. three mullets of the third, 
for Langlois. Crcd — Ademi-wyvern gu. gorged with a collar 
dancettee arg. fretty vert. :iio»o— Mutare sperno (adopted 
at the period of the Huguenot persecutions). 

i^toi— Carrig-glas Manor, near Longford. CMjs — Carlton; 
and National, London; Kildare Street; University; and Sack 
ville Street, Dublin, 


Legge, "William Wallace, Esq. of irnlore 
House, CO. Antrim, b. 18 March, 1841 ; s. his fathex' 

iltnratJC.— In 167G, William Legge, an officer in the 
army, with recommendations from James II., then Duke of 
York, served under the Duke of Schomberg in Flanders, and 
accompanied him to Ireland 1690. His son, 

Vi'iLLiAM Legge, settled at Malone, co. Antrim, and d. 7 Nov. 
1723, leaving w ith other sons, 

William Legge, who d. Nov. 1750. 

Alexander Legge (his eldest son), then .■!., and sewed as 
High Sheriff for the co. Antrim 1770. He d. 1777, leaving 

I. AVilliam, his heir, d. 20 Sept. 1821. 

I. Elinor, m. Hill Wallace, Esq., an olfieer in the army, and 
had issue, 

1 William, late possessor. 

2 Hill, iii. Maria, younger dau. of Major Tophar_i, of 
Slcdmere, co. York; he d. 1861. 

3 Matilda, deceased. 4 Eliza, deceased. 5 Ellen. 
6 Marcella, deceased. 7 Louisa, deceased. 

II. MarceUa, m. .iVnthony Semple, Esq. of Malahide, and d. 
without issue. 

The son and heir, 

William Legge, Esq., High Sheriff co. Antrim, d. 20 Sept. 
1821, and was «. by his nephew, 

William Wallace Legge, of Malone House, Belfast, co. 
Antrim, J. P. and D.L., LL.B., High Sheriff 1823; b. 1789; 
adopted the surname of Legge; ra. 27 Sept. 1833, Eleanor 
Wilkie, 3rd dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Forsttr, Esq. of 
Adderstone, Northumberland, and had issue, 

WiLLi.vM Wallace, now of JIalone House. 

Florence Wallace, ra. 1861, Viscount Harberton. 

Mr. Legge d. 3 March, 1868. Mrs. Wallace m. 2ndly, II May, 
1874, the Hon. Robert Jack Ncedham. 
Siat — Malone House, Belfast. 

Legh, John Pexnixgton, Esq. of ^'orbury 
Booths Hall, co. Chester, J.P., M.A., b. 20 ^s^ov. 
1827; m. 12 Aug. 1858, Emily Jane, 2iid dau. of 
the Rev. Eohert Grant, Ticar of Bradford Abbas, 
Dorset, a Prebendary of Salisbury, and has issue, 

John Robert Pennington, b. 4 April, 1865. 

Ruth Isabel, 6. 25 Aug. 1870. 

3LinCH(JC. — Agnes de Legh (only dau. and heir of Richard 
de Legh, great-grandson of Hamon, Lord of the Mediety of 
High Legh temp. Henky II.) iii. 1st, Richard de Ly.mme, and 
had by him a son, Thomas, who took the name of Legh, and 
half the mediety of High Leigli ; his son, Thomas Legh, was 
progenitor of the Leighs of the West Hall, Hi-jh Leigh. Agnes 
TO. 2ndly, William de Hawardyn, and had another son, Ralph 
de Hawardyn, who had the other half of the mediety of High 
Legh, and sold it to Sir Richard Massey, of Tatton, 1206. Agnes 
5ii. 3rdly, Sir William Venubles, Knt., 2nd son of Sir William 
Veuables, Baron of Kinderton, and by him had a 3id son, 
John, who took the name of Legh, and purchased Knutsford 
Booth before 28 Edward I. By his 1st wife he had a son 
John (Sir). He ra. 2ndly, Ellen, dau. of Thomas dc Coiona, of 
Adlingcon, and by her had, Rouert, progenitor of the Lechs 





of Adlington, Anneslaj, Lyme, Rklge, StoneUiglh Stockwdl, &c. : 
William "(Sir), ancestor of the Leoiis of Isail : Peter, founder 
of the Leghs of Bcchton; and Gilbert, whose son, John, r,i. 
Cecilia de Towneley, and was ancestor of the Townelets of 

SiE John de Legh, living temp. Edwaed III., eldest son of 
John Lesh, the 1st of Knutsford Booth, was direct ancestor of 
the family of Legh of Booths, whose eventual heiress, 

EnTH Legh, of Booths, only dau. of Peter Legh, Esq. of 
Booths, m. Thomas Pennington, Esq. of Chester, and was s. at 
her decease, 1715-16, by her only surviving son, 

Thomas Pennington, Esq. of Booths, who assumed the sur- 
name and arms of Legh. He to. Helena, dau. of Sir Wil- 
loughby Aston, Bart, of Aston, and was s. by his only son, 

pIter Legh, Esq. of Booths, b. 4 March, 1722-3, who, in 
174.5, completed the erection of Norbury Booths Hall. He vi. 
20 Juno, 1741, Anne, dau. and co-heir of Peter Wade, Esq., by 
whom (who d. 1794) he had, with other issue, who d. s. p., 
AViLi.ouGHBY and John, and Anne Helena, wlio m. 1792, Jolm 
Matthews, Esq., Capt. K.N., and d. s. p. the following year. 
He d. 12 Aug. 1804, and was s. by his eldest surviving son, 

WiLLOUGHBT Legh, Esq. of Xorbury Booths Hall, b. 25 May, 
1749, who, dying unm., was s. by his brother, 

John Legh, Esq. of Bedford Square, London, and Torldng- 
ton, CO. Chester, Barrister-at-Law, '»!.29 March, 1792, Isabella, 
dau. and co-heir of Edmund Dawson, Esq. of Wharton, co. 
Lancaster, and by her (who d. 19 Feb. 1849) had issue, 

I. Peter, his successor. 

II. Edmimd Dawson (Rev.), of St. Botolph's, London, M.A., 
b. 1801 ; TO. 1826, Catharine, eldest dau. of the liight Hon. 
Sir Christopher Ptobinson, Judge of the Court of Admiralty ; 
and d. 9 March, 1845, leaving issue, 

1 John Pennington, now of Norbury Booths Hall. 

2 Edmund, b. 1831 ; d. 1840. 

3 William Dawson (Rev.), b. 1834; d. 18.58. 

4 Christopher, b. 1838; to. Jane, dau. ot A. Anderson, 
M.D., of Newotead, Australia, and rf. 30 Sept. 1878, having 
had issue, three daus. and six sons. 

5 Henry Eamund (Uev.), b. 1840; m. Grace, dau. of Rev. 
Mr. Kite, and has issue. 

1 Catherine Louisa, m. Edward Penrose Hathaway, Esq. 
of Lincoln's Inn. 

2 Isabella Helen. 3 Frances Ann. 
f. Ann, m. William Clowes, Esq., who d. 21 April, 1835. 

II. Isabel, in. Rev. Bertie Johnson, Rector of Lymme, co. 
Chester; and d. 26 May, 1855. 
Mr. Legh d. April, 1826, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Peter Legh, Esq. of Norbury Booths Hall, D.L. and J. P., 
6. 11 June, 1794, who served as High Sheriff for co. Chester 
1827. He d. unm. 29 Aug. 1857, and was .<:. by his nephew, 
the present John Pennington Legh, Esq. of Norbury Booths. 

Arms — Az., two bars or, over all a bend gu. Crest — An arm 
embowcd coupedat the shoulder vested gu., handppr., holding 
a sword erect also ppr. a snake twisting round the same arg. 
Motto — Prudens, fidelis, et audax. 

Seat — Norbury Booths Hall, near Knutsford, co. Chester. 


Legh, Charles Eichaed Banastee, Esq. of 
Adlington Hall, co. Chester, J.P. and D.L., h. 4 
March, 1821 ; m. 29 April, 1846, Mary Jane Anua- 
bella, 2nd dau. of the Eev. Henry Wright, of Blott- 
ram Hall, Cheshire, by Mary Catherine his wife, and 
has issue, 

I. Charles Henry Americus, b. 22 April, 1S.')3. 

I. Florence Hester Lavinia. n. Edith Mabel. 

ULilXCtltit, — Robert de Legh, 2nd son of John Lesh, of 
Booths, by Ellen his wife, dau. and heir of Thomas de Corona, 
of Adlington, living (ou;). Edward II., m. Matilda, dau. and 
heir of Adam de Norley, and was father of 

Robert Legh, of Adlington, rn. Matilda, dau. and co-heir 
of Sir John de Arderne, Knt. of Aldford and Alvanley, and 
had two sons, Robert (Sir), his heir; Piers (Sir), ancestor of 
the Leghs nf Lyme. From the elder son. 

Sir Robert Legh, Knt. of Adlington, Sheriff of co. Chester 
17 and 22 Richard II., the 8th in descent was 

Sir Uriah Legh, Knt. of Adlington, aged thirty-five 
44 Elizabeth, who was knighted by the Earl of Essex at the 
siege of Cadiz, and, during that expedition, is traditionally 
said to have been engaged in an adventure w-hich gave rise to 
the well-known ballad of " The Spanish Lady's Love." Another 
gallant knight, Sir John Bolle, however, disputes the fact of 
being the hero of that romantic affair. Sir Urian was Slieriff 
of CO. Chester in the year of Sir Richard St. George's Visitation 

of the CO., 1613, and survived until 3 Charles I., when his in- 
quisition W.1S taken. His direct male descendant, 

Charles Legh, Esq. of Adlington (only son of John Lep^ 

Esq. of Adlington, by Lady Isabella Robarts his wife, sister q 

the Earl of Radnor, and grandson of Thomas Legh, Esq. qI 

Adlington, High Sheriff of co. Chester 14 Charles II.), "" 

Hester, dau. and co-heir of Robert Lee, Esq. of Winchani, 

Chester, and had an only child, 

Thomas, of Wincham, in. Mary, dau. of Francis Reynold 

Esq. of Strarigeways, co. Lancaster; and d. v. p. 1775, agi 

40, without surviving issue. 

Mr. Legh d. at Buxton, July, 17S1, and was s. under settlcmei 

by his niece, 

Elizabeth Davenport, in. 1752, John Rowlls, Esq. of 
Kingston, Receiver-General for Surrey, and by him (who d, 
1779) had issue, 
John Rowlls, TO. Harriet, sister and co-heir of Sir Peter ■\\'av- 
hurton, Bart, of Arlcy; and, predeceasing his motlier, kfl 
an only dau. and heir, 
Elizabeth Hester Rowlls, to. Thomas Delves Broughtoii, 
Esq., 4th son of Sir Thomas Rroughton, Bart. 
William Peter Rowlls, slain in a duel at Cranford Bridge. i 
Charles Edward Row'lls, d. without issue. '•'A- 

Elizabeth Rowlls, to. 1st, 1778, Thomas Browne Galley, Esq. '' 
of Burderop, Wilts; and 2ndly, Thomas Haverfield, Eiiij. 

Mrs. Rowlls, who assumed the surname of Legh, d. 180G, wlier 
the Adlington estates devolved on her kinsman. 

Richard Crosse, Esq. of Shaw Hill, near Preston, co. Lan- ' 
caster (only son of Thomas Crosse, Esq., by Sarah his wife, 
and grandson of Richai'd Crosse, Esq. of Crosse Hall, co. Lan- 
caster, by Ann his wife, eldest dau. of Robert Legh, cl 
Chorley, 2nd son of Thomas Legh, Esq. of xVldington, the 
High Sheriff of co. Chester 14 Charles II.). Mr. Crosst 
assumed, in consequence, the surname and arms of Legh. H( 
in. 1787, Anne, only surviving dau. of Robert Parker, Esq. c 
Cuerden Hall, by Anne his wife, dau. and heir of Thomas 
Townley, Esq. of Royle, and by her (who d. 1807) had issue (will: 
a younger son, Richard Townley, who d. v.nm. 1825, and three 
daus.) a son and successor, 

Thomas Legh, Esq. of Adlington, 6. Sept. 1792 ; m. Louisa 
dau. of George Newnham, Esq. of New Timber Place, Sussex, 
and by her (who lii. 2ndly, 12 May, 1830, Thomas Americus, 
3rd Lord Er.skine, and d. 10 March, 1867) had issue, 

Charles Richard Banastre, now of Adlington. 

Mary Anne, ?n. 6 Dec. 1830, the Hon. aud Rev. Augustu.- 
Cavendish, 4th son of Lord Waterpark. 

Marcella Louisa, d. 22 Nov. 1866. 

Emily Anne, m. 1st, John Lawton, Esq. of Lawton Hall; ant 
2ndly, 13 Dec. 18G5, Frank Renaud, Esq., M.D. 

Mr. Legh d. 25 April, 1829. 

Arms — Az., two bars arg. dchruised by a bend compon'c oi 
and gu. for difference. Crest — A unicorn's head couped arg 
armed and maned or, on the neck a cross-patonce gu. 

HuU — Adhngton Hall, Macclesfield, co. Chester. 


Legh, Heney Maetin Coenwail, Esq. of Higli 
Legh, CO. Chester, J.P., late Capt. and Lieut.-Col 
Grenadier Guards, b. 14 Nov. 1839. 

ILtlTCatJC. — Thomas de Lega, of East Hall, in the parisl' 
of Rostherne, co. Chester, son of Hugh de Lega, son of Oswald 
de Lega de Easthall, was father of Thomas de Lega, of East 
hall, whose son, Adam Legh, of the Easthall, was father o) 
H0GH de Legh, of the Easthalls, who had a son, 

John DE Legh, of Easthall, in High Legh, in. Jane, dau. and 
co-heir of Matthew, Lord of Alpraham, co. Chester, and had 
three sons. The 2iul son, 

John de Legh, of Alpraham, had a son and heir, John de 
Legh, who was father of Thomas de Legh, of Northwood, 
father of Thomas I,egh, of Northwood, 30 Henry VI., 145: 
whose son, Thomas Lech, rn. Elizabeth, dau. of Godfrey Mi 
lington, and was father of another Thomas Legh, livinj 
4 Henry VIII. , in. Margaret, dau. of Richard Charlton, and 
by her had a son, Robert Legh, who, by Alice his wife, dui 
of Hugh Starkey, of Olton, left a son and heir, 

Thomas Legh, of High Legh, m. Isabel, dau. and heir 
Rafe Trafford, of co. Lancaster, and was .<!. by his son and heir, 

Robert Legh, of High Legh, to. Eleanor, dau. of Randoll 
Spurstow, of Spurstow, and by her had an elder son and heir, 

George Legh, of High Legh, m. 1st, a dau. of Leycester, ol 
Tabley ; and 2ndly, Anne, dau. of John Booth, of Barton, and 
l«ft a son and successor, 

TuoiiAS Legh, E^q. of High Legh, in. Barbara, dau. 







las Brooke, Ksq., of Norton, co. Chcstcv, and by her liail 
I three dans.) three sons, IIenhy, his heir; Tlioniiis, 
,1. ; and George, a Cavalier, slain in the civil war. The 
' son, 

Miv Legh, Esq. of ITich Legh, 52 years old anno 1CC3, 
Dorothy, dau. and sole heir of Uev. Gregory Turner, of 
■lanley, Uector of Scpliton, co. Lancaster; and d. in ICdi, 
avin^' an eldest son and lieir, 

KiciiAUD LiiGii, Esq. of High Legh, 31 years old in IfiCS, m. 
7.5, Mary, dau. of Thomas Legli, Ksq. of Adliugton, co. 
liester; and dying 1705, was ,■?. by his son, 
IIexbv Lkoh, Esq. of lligli Legh, 6. 1G79; r.i. Lctilia, dau. 
Sir Kichard Brooke, Hart., of Norton; and (/. 17;')?, having 
ad two sons and a dau., GiiOKGE. his heir; Henry, d. iinm. 
dy, 1752, aged about 71; and JIary, wife of Itev. Legh 
chmond, Hector of Stockport, co. Clicster, who d. llti'J. 
he son and successor, 

George Legh, Esq. of High Legh, b. 10 July, 1703; r,i. 
nnc Maria, dau. and heir of Francis Cornwall, liaron of 
urford, and by her (who d. 1741) had (witii twodaus., Letitia, 
. l!ev. Egcrton Leigh, Archdeacon of Salop; and .Vuna 
aria) two sons, Henry Cornwall, his heir; and George 
langton, 6.21 May, 1739; d. an infant. Mr. Legh d. ll'JO, 
id was .■!. by his son and heir, 

Henrv Cornwall Legh, Esq. of High Legh, b. 24 May, 
34; High SlierilT 1791; m. 17G1, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir 
Robert Ilopkinson, Esq. of Heath, co. York, and by her 
ho i^. April, 1808) had (with two daus., Elizabeth Dorothea, 
Kiiiji. 1777; and Anna Maria, m. 3 Jan. 178S, Thomas Pitt, 
sq. of St. James', Westminster) two sons, George John, liis 
;ir; Henry Cornwall, who d. iinm. in the West Indies, 1793. 
r. Legh d. 1791, and was s. by his elder son, 
George John Legh, Esq. of High Legh, b. 17G8; High 
icritT 1S05; -«;. 14 July, 1803, Mary, dau. of John Elack- 
ime, Esq. of Hale, co. Lancaster, M.P., and had issue, 

T. George Cornwall, late of High Legh. 
II. Henry Cornwall, M..\., Kcctor of" Welsh Hampton, co. 
Salop, 6. 1811; m. 1839, Mary, eldest dau. of Martin 
Williams, Esq. of Bryngwyn, co. Montgomery ; and dying 
1817, left issue, 

Henry Martix Cornwall, present representative. 
Gertrude Idary Cornwall. EveUne Cornwall. 
Fanny Elinor Cornwall. 
Maria .'Vgnes Cornwall, d. 1S62. 

I. Anna Elizabeth, ?u. 8 March, 1832, Sir Philip dc Slalpas 
Grey-Egerton, Bart. 

II. Frances, i«. Rev. Beilby Porteus Hodgson, son of the Dean 
of Carlisle, and is deceased. 

III. Harriet, vi. Herbert Taylor, Esq., Capt. S.ith Light 
Infantry, eldest sou of Edward Taylor, Esq. of Bifrons. 

r. LegU d. 1832, and was s. by his elder son, 

George Cornwall Legh, Esq. of High Legh, J. P. and 

L., High Sheriff 1838, M.P. for BUd-Cheshire, B.A. Ch. Ch. 

con. Col. 2nd Roj-al Cheshire Militia, 6. 1804; m. 1828, 
ouisa Charlotte, 2nd dau. of Edward Taylor, Esq. of lUfrons, 
ent, and niece of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Herbert Taylor, G.C.B., 
.CH. ; and dying 16 June, 1877, was s. by his nephew, now 

High Legh. 

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant gu. langucd az. quartering 
iBNWALL, MoRTiJiER, Lenthall, Gbey, and Bassett. Crests 
•1st, Legh : A demi-lion rampant gu. langued az., collared 
•; 2nd: A Cornish chough sa. beaked and membered gu. 
,pporters—Two lions rampant gu. bezantee and ducally 
owned or. Motto— ha, vie durante. 
Seat — High Legh HaU, near Knutsford, co. Chester. 


Legh, William Jonx, Esq. of Lyme Parle, co. 
tester, and Haydock Lodge and Golborne Park, 
). Lancaster, D.L. and J. P., Lieut. -Col. Lancashire 
Lussars, and Honorary Col. 4th Cheshire Eiflo 
bluntecrs, late Capt. 21st Fusiliers, M.P. for South 
ancashire 1859 to 1865, and now M.P. for East 
heshire, b. 1828; m. 29 May, 1856, Emily Jane, 
au. of the Ecv. Charles and Lady Jauo Wodchouse, 
ad has issue, 

1. Thomas, b. 1S.")7. ii. Gilbert, b. 1853. 

I. Dulcibella Jane. li. Mabel Maud. 

2,inCn(IC.— Thomas Legu, Esq., LL.D. and F.A.S., of 
rme Park, eo. Chester, and of Haydock Lodge and Golborne 
MTk, CO. Lancaster, J. P. ; m. 14 Jan. 1829, Kllen, <lau. of 
illiam Turner, Esq. of Shrigley Park, co. Cluster, M.P. for 
lackburne, and by her (who d. 1831) had au only child, 

Ellen Jane, m. 1847, Rev. Brabazon Lowthor, 4th son of 
Gorges Lowther, Esq. Mr. Legh represented Newton in I'ar- 
liament from 1819 to 1831. He d. 8 May, 1857, and was s. by 
his nepheu', the present William John Legh, Esq., son 
and heir of William Legh, Esq. of Brymbo, co. Denbigh, by 
Mary his wife, dau. and heiress of Joiin Wilkinson, Esq. of 

Arms — Gu., a cross engrailed arg. in the chief point on an 
Ineseutcheon sa. semee of esioiles an arm in arniDur em- 
bowed of the second, the liand ppr. holding a peniioa silver, 
the wliole within a bordure wavy or. Crest — Issuant out of a 
ducal coronet or, a ram's head arg. armed gold, in the mouth a 
laurel slip vert, over all a pallet wavy az. 

iyeats—hymo Park, Stoclcport, co. Che.>tcr; Golborne Park, 
Warrington, co. Lancaster. 


Le Hunte, George, Esq. of Artramont, co. Wex- 
ford, and Llanrian, co. Pembroke, J. P. for co. 
Wexford, and High Slierill' 1837, M.A. Trin. CoU. 
Cambridge, b. 15 June, 181 !•; m. 5 Aug. 1815, 
Mary, 5th dau. of the Iviglit Hon. Edward Pcnne- 
father, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, and has issue, 

I. George Ruthven, b. 20 Aug. 1852. 

II. Richard, R.N., 0. 8 Sept. 1854; d. unm. 1S7G. 

I. Mary Harriet. ii. Ellen. in. Margaret. 

iLfUCTttJC— Richard le Hunte, bapt. at Little Bradley, 
10 Aug. 1U20 (son of Sir George Le Hunte, of Little Bradley, 
Suffolk, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir John Peyton), wenc 
to Ireland as a Col. in the army of Cro.mwell, and Capt. of his 
Body Guard. This last commission, dated 1G49, is still extant. 
He settled at Cashel, co. Tippcrary, and was M.P. for tliat 
city 1G61. He m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Lloyd, of Cileyfedd, 
CO. Pembroke (who d. lOSS), and had issue. His elder son, 

Geurge le Hunte, Esq., m. IG83, Alice, dau. and heir of 
Col. William Legge, of Cappagh, co. Tipperary, uncle to the 
first Earl of Dartmouth; and d. 27 May, 1^97, leaving issue, 

1 Richard, of Llanryan, co. Pembroke, M.P. for Enniscorthy; 

2 Thomas, of Brenanstown, co. Dublin, JI.D. ; 3 William, 
B.D., Rector of Kidderminster, d. 1740; 4 George, of whom 
presently; 5 Thomas, Barrister-at-Law, M.P. for Wexlord; 

1 Anne, m. Humphrey French, Esq., Lord Mayor of Dublin; 

2 Elizabeth, m. Rev. Mr. Browne; 3 Jane, m. Geoi-ge War- 
burton, Esq. of Garryhinch. The 4th son, 

George le Hente, Esq. of Ballymartin, co. Wexford, m. 
Editha Jones, an heiress; and dying 1741, left issue. The 
2nd son, 

George Le Hunte, Esq. of Artramont, co. Wexford, had 
issue by Alicia Mary Corry his wife, 

Richard, his heir. AVilliam Augustus, s. his brother. 
Charles, b. 2 June, 1788. 

Francis (Sir), Knt., J. P., twin with Charles, d. tmm. 18G0. 
Anne, m. Simon Purdon, Esq., of a coUateral branch of the 
Purdons, of Tinerana. 
Editha, vi. Sir Henry Meredyth, 3rd bart. of Cailandstown. 

Mr. Le Hunte d. 1799, and was s. by his son, 

Richard Le Hunte, Esq. of Artiamont, b.2b Feb. 17G9; 
m. Miss Morgan, co. Pembroke, and had, 1 Maria, m. Samuel 
Meade Hobson, Esq., Q.C. ; 2 Sophia, m. Capt. William Doyle, 
son of Gen. Doyle; 3 Louisa Editha, m. 8 Feb. 1831, William 
H. B. J. Wilson, Esq. of Knowle Hall, co. Warwick. 3ir. 
Le Hunte was s. at his decease by his brother, 

William Augustus Le Hunte, Esq. of Artramont, b. 25 Oct. 
1774; 111. 1st, Martha (or Patty), only dau. of John Warbur- 
ton, Esq. of Garryhinch, King's Co., M.P., but by her had no 
issue; he m. 2ndly, Isabella Maria, eldest dau. of Lieut. -Col. 
Huson, Wexford Militia, by whom (who d. 1809) he had a dau., 
.•Vlicia (commonly called Isabella), )/). Rev. Robert Cooper, 
Rector of Aghade. He m. 3rdly, Henrietta Eliza, dau. of Rev. 
Joseph Miller, and had issue by her, 

Georgi", now of Atramont. 

William Augustus, of Kuocknalier, J.P., 6. 28 Jan. 1819- 

d. viua. 14 March, 1878. 
Francis (Rev.), b. 8 Jan. 1820; Rector of St. Mary's New 

Ross, CO. Wexford; m. 12 Jan. 18G0, Eleanor Barbara, dau. 

of George Robert Magrath, Esq. of Rutland Square, Dublin. 
Harriot Josephine, d. young. 

Patty Warburton, d. young. Maria. Marianne. 
Editha Christian, 7)i. Rev. Yarburgh Gamaliel Lloyd, v.'ho 

has taken the name of Greame. 
Mr. Le Hunte d. 1820, and was s. by his eldest son. 

^,.„i.s_"Vcrt, a saltire or. Crest- Allow sejant erui. iloitn 
— P.ircere prostratis. 
<b«ct— Artramont, Castlcbridge, co. Wexford. 






Leigh, Egeetox, Esq. of The West HaU, High 
Leigh, and Jodrell Hall, co. Chester, J. P., late a 
Capt. 1st Eoval Dragoons, A.D.C., b. 18i3 ; m. 5 
Aug. 187-4, tile Lady Elizabeth Mary Gore White, 
eldest dau. of the Earl of Eantry, and has issue, 

Edhaud Egertox, h. 23 June, 1S76. 
Margaret Elizabeth Egerton. 

JLtltraCJC— OW and honouraWe as is tlie descent of the 
Leifflis of the West Hall, the Lymnies, from w horn they spranR, 
were even still more ancient. Ormerod conjectures Lymme, 
to have been a collateral branch of the Barons of Ilalton. 
Agses ce Legh, heiress of the West Ilall, High Leigh, ra. 
tem-p. Heset III., EicaAiiD de Ltmme, and nas mother of 

Thomas de Legh, named from the place of his residence. 
From him descended the eminent and highly allied family of 
Leigh, of West Hall, High Leigh : the male representative of 
which towards the close of the 17th century (the intermediate 
descent is fully set forth in Ob.mekod"s Chi.^hlrc) was 

The Kev. Petee Leigh, M.A., Vicar of Great Budworth, 
Eectorof Lymme and of Whitchurch, co. Salop. He ra. Eliza- 
beth (in direct descent from Henet VIL, through his dau., 
Mary, Queen Dowager of France, Duchess of Suffolk, and 
her posterity) dau. of the Hon. Thomas Egerton of Tatton 
Park 3rd son of John, 2nd Earl of Bridgewater, by his wife, 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, and 
had issue, Egerton, heir to his uncle, Austine; John ; Thomas, ' 
iincestor of the Leighs of Leatherlake House, Surrey; 
i'ETEE, ancestor of Sir Egerton Leigh, Bart.; Jane; Hester; ] 
and Mary, m. the Rev. Sir John Head, Bart., Archdeacon and 
Prebendary of Canterbury. Peter Leigh tZ. 1719. His eldest 

The Rev. Egeeton Leigh, LL.D. of the West Hall, Rector 
of Lynime and Middle, co. Salop, Canon Residentiary of Here- 
ford, and Master of the Hospital of St. Katherine at Ledbury, 
bnpt. 30 March, 1702; ni. 1st, Anne, dau. and co-heiress of 
Hamlet Yates, Esq. of Crowley, and had issue, i. Peter, his 
heir; ii. Thomas; in. Hamlet; iv. Egerton, M. A., forty years 
Rector of Lymme, Canon Residentiary of Lichfield, and Arch- 
deacon of Salop, m. 1st, Letitia, dau. of George Legh, Esq. of 
East Hall, by whom he had no issue; and 2ndly, Thcodosia, 
dau. of Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, and d. Sept. 1798, aged 
05, leaving two daus., Susanna, ra. Ralph Leycester, jun., Esq., 
M.P., and Thcodosia; i. Mary; ii. Anne, m. 1st, the Rev. 
Jlr. Felton, and 2ndly, the Rev. Mr. Cockayne; and in. Eliza- 
beth. Dr. Egerton Leigh »i. 2ndly, Elizabeth Drinkwater, and 
had by her, i. John; ii. William; iii. Austine; iv. Samuel; 
V. George, d. unni. 1816; vi. William; i. Hester, and ii. 
Jane. He ra. Srdly, Cassandra Phelps, and had issue, Henry, 
Cassandra, Ariana, and Catherine. He d. at Bath 17C0. His 
son and successor. 

The Rev. Petek Leigh, LL.B., Rector of Lymme and 
Middle, ra. Mary, dau. and co-heiress of Henry Doughty, Esq. 
of Broadwell, co. Gloucester. He d. before his father, 1753, 
leaving issue, i. Egerton, his heir; ii. Thomas Hodges; in. 
Peter Neve ; iv. Timothy, d. uhm. in the East Indies, 1814; 

I. Mary, ra. Robert Lancaster, Vicar of Arlsey, co. Bedford; 

II. Anne, ra. John Frodsham, Capt. R.X.; and iii. EUzabeth, 
who' d. v.nm. The son and heir, 

Egerton Leigh, Esq. of the West Hall, High Leigh, and of 
Twemlow, 6. 25 Oct. 1752; m. 21 Sept. 1778, Elizabeth, dau. 
and co-heiress of Francis Jodrell, Esq. of Ycardsley and 
Twemlow, co. Chester, and by her (who rf. 12 Jlarch, 1307) 
had issue, i. Egerton, of the West Hall, High Leigh, his heir; 
II. Peter, M.A., Rector of Lymme. h. 20 Aug. 1782; ra. 10 Nov. 
1812, 3Iary, dau. of Thomas Blackburne, LL.D., Warden of 
Manchester College: she d. 19 July, 1G19, aged 30; and Peter 
Leigh ra. 2ndly, 18 March, 1828, Jane, dau. of Harriot Steward, 
Esq. of Watford, co. Herts (deceased); iii. Jodrell, Vice- 
Admiral R.N., of Broadwell, co. Gloucester, 6. 15 Jan. 
1790, d. Oct. 1863; i. Mary Anne, m. 14 June, 1802, 
James Abercromby, Lord Dunfermline ; n. Charlotte, ra. 
Joseph Jellicoe, Esq. of Finchley, Middlesex (she d. at 
Rome, 1823) ; iii. Emma, m. 1 May, 1811, John Smith, Esq., 
M.P. of Dale Park, Sussex (brother of Lord Carrington), 
deceased; iv. Augusta, ra. 1S2I, Thomas Duinbleton, Epq. of 
Hull Grove, Surrey (deceased); v. Caroline, deceased; and 
VI. Harriet, d. unra. 1809. Mr. Leigh d. 22 June, 1833. The 
eldest son, 

Egerton Leith, Esq. of the West Hall, High Leigh, and of 
Jodrell Hall, J. P., D.L., High SlierilT183G, formerly Capt. Sid 
Dragoon Guards ; 6. 23 Aug. 1779; mi. 26 Dec. 1809, Wilhcl- 

mina Sarah, dau. of the late George Stratton, Esq. of Te 
Park, CO. Oxford, and had issue, 
Egerton, of West Hall and Jodrell. 
Eleanor Agnes, d. unra. 20 Nov. 1837. 
Anna Elizabeth. 
Beatrice Jidia, ra. 1st, 1845, the Rev. John Oliver Hopki 

of Uffington, CO. Salop ; and 2ndly, the Rev. L. Burton. 
Caroline, ra. 14 Sept. 1858, the E'jv. Richard Morris, Vi 

of Eatington, co. Warwick, who d. 1859. 
Augusta, ra. Charles Gresley, Esq. of the Close, Llchfieli 

and has issue. 

Mr. E. Leigh d. 15 Oct. 1SC5. The eldest son, 

Egerton Leigh, Esq. of the West Hall, High Leigh, and Jo( 
rell Hall, co. Chester, Broadwell House, co. Gloucester, an( 
Bulcote Lodge, co. Notts, J. P. and D.L., late a Capt. 2nd Dri 
goon Guards, and afterwards Major and Brevet Licut.-Col. 1st 
Cheshire Militia, High Sheriff 1872, M.P. for Mid-Cheshire fium 
1873 to 1876 ; ra. 20 Sept. 1842, Lydia Rachel, dau. and < o- 
heirof John Smith Wright, Esq. of Bulcote Lodge, Notts, and^ 
had is.sue, 

I. Egerton, now of West Hall. Jodrell, and Twemlow. 

II. John Jodrell, b. 21 April, 1815; d. 20 April, 18G0. 

III. Edward Egeeton, now of Broadwell, '/. 1 July, 1851 ; i 
17 Sept. 1874, Laura Maude, youngest dau. of Sir Hen 
Edwards, Bart, of Pye Nest, Halifax, and has issue, Joh 
Egerton ; Henry Egerton. 

IV. Neville Egerton (Rev.), 6. 2 Sept. 1852. 

V. .\rthur Egerton, b. 6 Nov. 1863. 
I. Eleanor Sophia Egerton, ra. 5 Aug. 1869, Sir Robei 

Allied CunhflV, Bart, of Acton Park, Wrexham, and lu 

Mr. Leigh ci. 1 July, 1S76. 

Arms — Or, a lion rampant gu. Crest — A cubit arm vesle 
paly of five pieces or and sa. cuffed arg. hand ppr. grasping 
the upper and lower fragments of a broken tilting spear, the 
point upwards. Motto — Force avec vertu. 

Seats— West Hall, High Leigh, near Knutsford; Jodrell 
Hall, Holmes Chapel, Chester. 


WAiiD-BorGHTOx-LEiGH, Edwaed Alieslet 
BoronxoN, Esq. of BrownsoTer Hall, co. Warwick, 
and Guilsborough Hall, co. Xorthanipton, J.P. and 
D.L., High Slieriff 1874, b. 1822 ; m. 19 Dec. 18G7, 
Ellen, dau. of Hon. Charles L. Butler, brother of 
the 13th Lord Dunboync, and has issue, 

I. Henbt Alleslet, b. 23 3Iay, 1877. 

I. Ellen Thcodosia. ii. Maude Mary. in. Ada Rose. 

IV. Edith Violet. v. Mabel Constance. 

HinCatJC. — SccLeigh o/ west Hall, Ilijh Lei^h. 

John Ward Buoughton Leigh, Esq. of Brownsover Hall, 
and Guilsborough, b. 1790 (4th son of William Zouch 
Lucas-Ward, Esq. of Guilsborough Park, co. Northampton), 
assumed, by sign-manual, 1831, the additional surnames 
and arms of Boughton and Leigh. He to. 1811, Thcodosia 
de Malsburgh, only dau. and heir of Sir Egerton Leigh, 
Bart., by Thcodosia his wife, dau. of Sir Edward I'.oughton, 
Bart., and d. 18 June, 1808, leaving by her (who d. 1870), 

I. John, 1st Dragoon Guards, d. v.nm. 

II. Edward Allesley Bouguto.v, now of Erownsover Hall. 

III. Theodosius, M..\., Vicar of Newbold-on-Avon, ra. Miss 
Cottrell, and has issue. 

IV. Egerton, M.A., Rector of Harborough Magna, m, 
Andrews, and d. 8 Sept. 1870, leaving issue. 

I. Thcodosia, ra. Thomas Fanshawe Parratt, Esq. of Effing- 
ham House, SuiTey. 

II. Grace, ra. Capt. Charles Rowley, R.X., eldest son of Sir 
Charles Rowley, Bart. 

III. Emma Adeline Leigh Boughton, m. 28 Sept. 1871, Julius 
Levinson, Esq. of Copenhagen. 

Arras — Quarterly, Leigh, Booghton, and Ward. Crests— 
Leigh, Boughton, and Ward. 

.SVf/fs— Brownsover Hall, near Rugby; Guilsborough Hall, 


The late John Geeaed Leigh, Esq. of Luton 
Hoo Park, co. Bedford, J.P., D.L., High Shcrif 
CO. Herts, 1871, Lord of the Manors of Luton, 
Hyde, Lcegrare, &c., b. 8 June, 1821; m. 1872. 
Eleanor Lucy, dau. of Thomas Hawkes, Esq. and 
widowof Hon. Humble Dudley Ward, and d. 1875. 

El'llCatJC— John LeigHj Esq. of Eandhills, and Upton 






Lancaster, and Granse Hall, co. Chester, m. Elizabeth 
'a 111, and was father of 

ouN SiiAW Leicii, Esq. of Luton IIoo Park, J.P., Hish 
riff 1856, 6. 20 July, 1791 ; m. 181S, Hannah, 3rd dau. of 
uy Blundell Ilollinshead, Esq., of Deysbrook, co. Lan- 
tcr, and d. 15 June, 1871, leaving issue, 

John Gerard, late ot Luton Hoo. 

Henry Blundell Leigh, m. 1855, Henrietta Dorothy, fifth 
dau. of Thomas Hawkes, Esq., and d. 1876. ni. Thuuia.s. 
. Jane, m. Capt. Henry Townshend, 3rd son of Henry Towns- 
hcnd, Esq. ot Wincham Hall, Cheshire. 
[. Elizabeth Mary, )». Jonathan Blundell Hawkes, Esq. 

. Henrietta, d. 21 March, 1859. 
.c'.t— Luton Hoo Park, Luton; the Grange, Liverpool. 

Thomas Lord Kingsdown (who had a life interest 
in them) . 

Arms — Gu., a cross engrailed arg. between four lozenges 
crm., for distinction a canton or. Ci-fU—X denii-Iion gu. 
holding between the paws a lozenge arg. charged with a rose 
gu. and charged on the shoulder for distinction with a cross 
patee or. 

Stats— Hindley Hall, Wigan ; Barham Court, Maidstone. 

Town He^idenct, — 54, Grosvenor Street, W. 


Leigh, "Willia^i, Esq. of Woodchester Park, co. 
oucester, J.P., b. 23 Sept. 1829 ; m. 25 June, 1859, 
yy Victoria, dau. of the late Thomas Jarrett, 
q.of Madras, Barrister-at-Law, and by her (who 
G Feb. 1871) has issue, 

. Francis William, 6. 4 July, 1860. 

I. Henry Vincent, 6. 1 March, 1867. 

II. Arthur Hubert, 6. 21 March, 1869; d. 12 June, 18C9. 
V. Bertrand Charles, b. 27 Jan. 1871. 

. 3Iary Blanche. ii. Beatrice Cecilia. 

JltlTCilgC.— The ancestors of this family were for several 
iciations seated at Ly mm, and from researches made in 1811, j 
il'pcared probable that they had originally descended from 
■ Leighs of West Hall, in High Leigh ; but as entries of 
liuiee had not been made in the Heralds' College, it was 
inn impracticable to ascertain with precision the particular 
inch of the Leighs from which they originally sprang, so as 
' ve a right to armorial bearings. The Herald's College 
re made 6 March, 1811, a new grant of armorial bear- 

\'. ii.LiAJi Leigd, Esq. of Liverpool, and of PiOby Hall, co. 

ncaster. Merchant, son, by Katherine his wife, of William 

i^li, Esq. of Lymm, co. Chester. He was h. 16 Sept. 1754, 

. J2 Feb. 179S, Catherine, dau. and heir of Kichard 

-on, Esq. of Liverpool, Merchant, and d. in Jan. 1815, 

: -■ by this lady, who was the sole representative of her 

, and through her mother, Mary Handley, an heiress, 

intative also of Margaret, one of the co-heiresses of the 

. of Frodsham of Elton, co. Chester (sec Okmekod's 

' re), an only son, 

ViiLiAM Leigh, Esq. of Woodchester Park, D.L. for the 

t' Lancaster and Stafford, and J. P. for the latter, h. 4 Nov. 

: m. 15 April, 1828, Caroline, 5th dau. of the late Sir 

hn Gears Cotterell, Bart, of Garnons, co. Hereford, and by 

r (who d. 15 Oct. 1878) had issue, 

I. William, now of Woodchester Park. 

I. Caroline Blanche, d. v.nm. 1852. 

II. Beatrice Catherine, d. unvi. 1807. 

r. Leigh, who had the Cross of the Order of St. Gregory the 
oat, d. 4 Jan. 1873. 

Ams — Gu., a cross engrailed arg. in the first quarter a 
'U rampant or, and in the second a lozenge of the second. 
— A lozenge gu. charged with a unicorn's head cuuped 
- armed and crined or. 

i— Woodchester Park, Stonehouse. 


Leigh, Oswald Moslet, Esq. of Behnont Hall, 
and Grappenhall Lodge, co. Chester, b. 1861. 

ILCnrittJC— This family claims to bo a branch of th& 
ancient family of Leigh of High Leigh. 

Joseph Leigh, Esq. of Belmont, h. 25 Oct. 1703; r,i. 21 Oct. 
1794, Margaret Sherlock, and had issue, 

I. James Heath, of Belmont and Grappcnliall Lodge, J. P. 
and D.L., High Sheriff 1835, m. 9 Oct. 1827, Frances, 3rd 
dau. of Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart, of RoUcston Hall, co- 
Stafford, and d. 5 Aug. 1818, leaving issue, 

1 Joseph, late of Belmont. 

2 James Mosley, b. 16 March, 1832; m. 23 June. 1855, 
Susan Mary, 2nd dau. of Capt. Wynyard, R.N., and niece 
of the late Edward Lloyd, Esq. of Oldliekl Hall, co. 
Clieshire, and d. s. p. 14 Jan. 1858. 

3 Oswald Peter, of Belmont Hall, 6. 20 Sept. 1833; late 
Lieut. 22nd regt. ; m. 1803, F" ranees, dau. of the Rev. 
George Ayton Whitaker, and d. 1876, having had, with 
other issue, a son, Oswald Moslet, now of Belmont Hall. 

4 John, b. 5 July, 1835. 5 Albeit, 6. 26 Aug. 1841. 
6 Henry Alfred, 6. 14 March, 1846. 

1 Francis, ra. 14 Jan. 1858, the Rev. Francis Edward Bel- 
combe, of the Brooms, near Stafford, Incumbent of 
Whitley. 2 Amy Sophia. 

II. John, Rector of Eggington, co. Derby, b. 8 Feb. 179a 
d. 23 Oct. 1856. 

Mr. Leigh d. 5 Aug. 1848, and was s. by his nephew, 

Joseph Leigh, Esq. of Belmont, Capt. Chester Yeomanry 
Cavalry, b. 7 May, 1830 ; m. 6 Oct. 1852, Fanny Penelope, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. James Streynshain Master, Rector 
of Chorley, and Canon of 3Ianchester, and was s. by his 
brother, Oswald Peter, who d. 1870, and was s. by his son, 
now of Belmont Hall. 

Arms — Gu., a cross engrailed arg. ; in the 1st quarter a lion 
rampant or ; and in the 2nd a lozenge of the second. Crest — 
A lozenge ^u. charged with a unicorn's head coupcd arg.- 
crined or. Motto — Leges juraquc servo. 

Heat — Belmont, Northwich, co. Chester. 


Leigh, Eogee, Esq. of Hindley Hall, co. Lan- 
i-ter, and Barham Court, Kent, Lord of the Manor 
r Preston in the first-named co., J. P. Kent and 
■incashire, b. 27 April, 1840 ; m. 29 May, 1861, 
ilizabeth Jane, eldest dau. of Thomas Eden Black- 
ell, Esq., 91st Eoyal Argyllshire Highlanders, and 
rand-dau. of the late Gen. Blackwell, C.B.,andhas 

I. Jlargaret Caroline. ii. Amabel Frances Louisa. 

III. Mary Etheldreda. iv. Emma Lindsay. 

Ir. Leigh is the adopted son of the late Sir Eobert 
lolt Leigh, Bart, of Hindley Hall (who d. 1843). 
Ic was educated at Ch. Ch. Oxford, and Trin. Coll. 
'arabridge. He s. to the estates in 1867, under the 
vill of Sir R. Holt Leigli, Bart., at the dcalli of 


Leigh, Feancis Acgustine, Esq. of Eosegar- 
land, CO. Wexford, J.P., High Sheriff 1SG7, formerly 
Lieut. 10th Hussars, b. 24 Nov. 1822 ; m. Augustine, 
dau. of Mons. Charles Perrier, of Metz, in the 
Province of Lorraine, and has issue, 

1S53, appointed Lieutenant. 

I. Francis Robert, b. 23 April, 
Wexford Militia, 14Dec. 1872. 

II. Edward, b. 25 August, 1867. 

I. Rose Jane. ii. Frances. 

III. J.\r.e. 

Mr. Leigh s. his grandfather 1839. 

itlltCHQC- — Francis MacLaoighsigh, MacLtsagh, Mac- 
Lye, or Lte petitioned for a lease of the dissolved Monastery, 
town and lands of the Holy Cross of Killeigh, near GeashiH,. 
King's Co., 1551, and obtained a lease of them next year; two 
months after, 30 Nov. 1652, he obtained a grant of EnghsU 
liberty to enable him to hold the lauds. He m. the dau. of 
John O'CarroU, and had issue, 

I. John, his successor. 

II. Arthur, living in 1612, and mentioned in his brother's, 
will in remainder to his estates. 

III. Francis, in the army, appointed Sept. 1579. 

IV. Henry, living in 1612. 

Francis MacLaoighsigh or Lye was dead in 1573, and his lands' 
were in possession of his eldest son, 

John SIacLaoighsigh, Lte, or Ly, wlio having a perfect 
knowledge of the English language as well as the Irish, was 
appointed Interpreter to the State, and was granted for his 
services as interpreter, by patent dated 9 May, 1584, 26 Queen 
Elizabeth, the fee of the monastery of Killeigh, which he 
then held under the lease made to !us father, and obtained a 
grant of Rathbrido, co. Kildare, dated 1 June, 1591. lie m. 





Amy, clau. of George FitzGerald, Esq. of Ticroghan, co. jMeath, 
and sister of Sir Edward FitzGerald, Knt. of same place, and 
had issue, 

I. John, his heir. n. Andrew, a minor in 1G12. 

I. Katlierinc, m. James FitzGerald, Esq of O.stialdeston, co. 
Kildare. u. Mabel. iii. Mary. iv. JIargaret. 

V. Bridget. vi. Amy. vii. Ellen. 

John MacLaoighsiffh, or Ly, d. 7 May, 1712, and was buried at 
the Cathedral of Kildare, where his tombstone still remains. He 
was s. by his eldest son, 

John Leigh, Esq. of Rathbride, who with his mother having 
alienated some of his fathers lands, got a pardon for alienation 
dated 14 Dec. 1613. He was in great favour with Charles I., 
and was a faithful subject during tire Protectorate of Oliver 
Cromwell. He had by liis wife, whose name was Dowdall, 
the following issue, 

I. Francis, his heir. 

II. Robert, who was abroad with CnARLEs II. during Crom- 
well's time, and after the Restoration, as a reward for his 
faithful and loyal services, got a grant of the manor of Rose- 
garland, CO. Wexford, by the several letters patent dated 
18 May, 1668, and 9 Sept. 1669, and by other letters patent 
the manors of Colpe, alias Newbawn, Longraige, Garry 
Pikhard, 3,344 acres, and other lands in the cos. Wexford and 
Kildare. He ui. Oct. 1673, Margaret, dau. of Sir Cesar Col- 
clough, 2nd bart. of Tintern Abbey, co. Wexford, and 
sister and heiress of Sir Cesar Colclough, 3rd and last bart., 
by whom (who d. 1722) he had no issue. On his marriage 
he assumed the additional name aad arms of Colclocgh. 
By his will, dated 4 May, 1604, and proved 11 June, 1695, he 
bi'queathed his estates to his nephew, as below. 

I. Mabel, ni. 1675, James Barne wall. 
John Leigh d. abi-oad and intestate. Administration was 
granted, 5 May, 1660, to his eldest son, 

Francis Lcigh, Esq. of Rathbride, who was appointed 
Eseheator-General of Leinster by letters patent dated 22 July, 
1653, and M.P. for the borough of Kildare 1689. Having sup- 
ported James II., he was attainted of high trea-'on in 1691, 
when all his lands were forfeited. He ra. Feb. 1662, Judith, 
dau. of Henry Spencer, by whom he had, 

I. Robert, who was executor and heir of his uncle, Robert 
Lcigh-Colclough, d. v.nin. ; administration granted to his 
brother Francis, 7 Nov. 1724. 

II. John, of Dubhn, d. unm. ; administration granted to his 
brother Robert, 20 July, 1700. 

in. Andrew, of Friar.stown, co. Kildare, d. unm. ; adminis- 
tration granted to his brother Francis, 30 Nov. 1706. 

rv. I'RANcis, of whom presently. 

I. Judith, d. unm. 1700. 
The 4th son, 

Francis Leigh, Esq. of Rnthangan, co. Kildare, «. his 
brother in the Wexford estate, and became of Rosecarland. 
He '//!. 1st, Sept. 1699, Alice, widow of John Rawlins, Esq. 
of Rathangan, by whom (who d. 1702) he had no issue ; he m. 
2iidly, Miss Carew, by whom he had issue, 

I. John, his heir. 

u. Robert, a Free Burgess of New Ross 1730, d. unm. 1734. 

ni. Andrew, a Free Burgess of New Ross 1735, d. unm. 1745. 

n. Cecilia, vi. 1729, Joseph, 1st Earl of MiUtown, and d. 1737. 

n. Judith, d. unm. 1788. iii. Mary. 

Mr. Leigh d. 1727, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John Leigh, Esq. of Rosegarland, M.P. for New Ross from 
1727 to 175S; m. July, 1727, Mary, dau. of John Cliffe, Esq. 
of Mulrancan, co. Wexford, by whom he had 

Robert, his heir. 

Grace, m. 20 Mav, 1758, Anthony, Sth Earl of Meath, and 
d. 20 Oct. 1812. 
Mr. Leigh, whose w^ill, dated 2 April, 1751, was proved 27 
Sept. 1753, was s. by his only son, 

Robert Leigh, Esq. of Rosegarland, &. 1729, M.P. for New 
Eoss from 1753 to 1800, D.L. co. Wexford, and appointed 
Lieut. -Col. of the Wexford Militia 1763; m Feb. 1750, Arabella, 
d.iu. of Robert Leslie. Esq. of Glasslough, co. Monaghan, by 
whom he had, 

I. Francis, his heir. 

II. Charles, Major in the army, d.unm. 

III. Joseph, of Tinnakilly, co. Wicklow, Collector of the 
town of Wicklow 1799, m. Aug. 1797, Mary, dau. of Stephen 
RalcUffe, Judge of the Prerogative Court, and had issue, 
1 Stephen, d. v.nm.; 1 Ellen, m. 10 Feb. 1836, Charles 
Arthur Walker, of Tykillen, V.L. co. Wexford, M.P. ; 2 
Arabella ; 3 Marj' Anne. 

Arabella, m. June, 1782, Ponsonby Tottenham, Esq., M.P. 
for Fethard, and d. 2 Aug. 1806. 

Mr. Leigh, whose will, dated 10 April, 1802, was proved 10 
May, 1803, was s. by his eldest son, 

FiiAScis Leigh, Esq. of Rosegarland, 6. 175.5, Collector of 
Wexford 1794, Sovereign of New Ross 1799. llam. Dec. 17SS, 
Grace, dau. of Richard Baldwin, Esq., by whom he had, 

I. John Robert, m. Feb. 1822, Dorothea Anne, dau. < 
Edward FitzGerald, Esq. of Carrigoran, co. Clare; anu . 
in his father's lifetime, 7 July, 1827, leaving by her (wh 
'III. 2nd]y, 7 Sept. 1832, Hervey Francis de Montmorencj 
E.^q. {see Burke's Pierage, Viscount Frank-fort), 

1 Francis Adgostine, now of Rosegarland. 

2 Charles Edward, b. 1823, formerly in the 99th foot ; m 
18.33, Elizabeth Anne, dau. of Parker, Esq., of Hauslop 
Park, CO. Bucks, and d. s.p. at Paris Nov. 1867. 

II. Charles, b. 1797, d. unm. 1821. 

III. Francis, of Sion, co. Wexford, 6. 1808; High Sheriff c 
Wexford 1837 ; m. June, 1830, Mary Martin, dau. of Joh; 
Southcote Mansergh, Esq. of Grcuaue, co. Tipperary, b; 
whom he has issue, 

1 F'rancis Charles, formerly Lieut. Wexford Militia, i 

1831. 2 John Robert. 3 Charles, d. unm. i 

4 Leslie Cecil Hore. ' 

1 Grace Mary, m. George King, Major 53rd regt. 

2 Mary Arabella, m. July 1S54, Percy Lorenzo Harvey 
Esq. of Lonsdale, co. Wexford. 

3 Elizabeth Kate Ellen, d. unm. 4 Dorothea Olivia. 

I. CecUia, m. Major-Gen. Thomas Hore, and d. 28 July 

II. Grace, 6. 1791; d. 1708. in. JIary, d. unm. 

Mr. Leigh, who was M.P. for Wexford from 1793 to 1802, d 
1839, when he was s. by his grandson, now of Rosegarland. 

Arms — Arg., two bars az. abend compony counter-compon; 
gu. and or. Crest — A dexter hand lying fcssways couped at th 
wrist holding a sword erect impaling three gory heads all ppi 
Mutto — En Dios se vince; and Conlan-a-bu. 

Seat — Rosegarland, New Ross, co. Wexford. I 



Leighton, Stanlet, Esq. of Sweeney Hall, Salop 
and the Whiteliouse, co. Worcester, M.A., Ballio 
Coll. Oxford, M.P. for North Salop, J.P. cos. Salo] 
and Montgomery, Capt. loth Salop Rifle Volunteers 
called to the Bar, 1861, Inner Temple, b. 13 Oct 
1837 ; m. 27 Aug. 1873, Jessie Marie, dau. of H. B 
W. Williams-Wynn, Esq. of Nant-y-I\Ieiched, co 
Montgomery, and Howbery Park, co. Oxford, an( i 
lias issue, 

Bertie Edward Pakkeb, b. 26 Nov. 1875. 
Rachel Francis Marion. 

Mr. Stanley Leighton, ■who is 2nd son of Si 
Baldwin Leighton, 7th bart., of Loton Pai'k, an( 
Sweeney Hail, M.P. by Mary, dau. of Tlioma 
Netherton Parker, Esq. of Sweeney Hall, and even 
tual heir to her brother, the Rev. John Parkei 
became possessed of the Sweeney estates by deed o 
gift from his father in 1869. 

^LtUCiXfiC— For Leighton, see Burke's Fcerage an 

^iimilff 0f l^arlicr. 

Thomas Parker, Yeoman of Tewkesbury, built the White 
house, in the parish of Longdon, co. Worcester, and by dee 
15S9 settled his estate on his eldest son, 

Thomas Parker, Gent., of the Whitehouse, who m. io^ 
Thomasine, sister of Philip Monox, Esq. of Porchester, Kent 
and dying 1605, was s. by his son, 

Thomas Parker, Gent, of the Whitehouse, 6. 1599, d. 163( 
and was s. by his son, 

Thomas Parker, Gent, of the Whitehouse, m. 1649, An 
Yonger, of Welch Court, Yatton, co. Hereford, and dyin 
in 1670, was s. by his son, 

Thomas Parker, Gent, of the Whitehouse, h. 1650; rn. 168-. 
Eleanor Rogers (through whom the Parkers became possessc 
cf an estate at Compton, co. Gloucester), and d. in 1700. H 5. by his son, 

Thomas Parker, Esq. of the Whitehouse, 6. 1687; m. Mar 
Jeffes, and dying in 175J, left issue, 

t Thomas, hi.s heir. it. John, heir to his brother. 

I. ?.Iary, m. J. Smith, Esq., Glover, of Worcester, Capt. i 
Worcestershire Militia. 

II. Eleanor, m. Samuel West, Esq., Haberdasher, of Worce! 
ter. D.L. for co. Worcester, and Sheriff 1777. 

III. Elizabeth, m. Moses Johnson. 

The elder son, 

Thomas Parker, Esq. of the Whitehouse, Attomey-at-Lav 
h. 1732, was a benefactor to Longdon Church, where there : 
a monument to his memory. He d. unm. in 1794, and was 
by his brother. 





.■,iiN PATiKrn, Esq. of the Whiteliousc, who succccilca liis 

,ri- b. 1734; m. Mury, dau. and co-lioir of Chiirlcs 

n' Ksq. of Cambenvell, and dying in 1796, was his 


MAS NETHEnTON Pabkeu, Esq. of the Whitohonse, h. 

,)i. nye. Sarah, only dau. of George Browne, Esq. of 

I ry, and sole heir of her uncle, Edward Browne, Esq. of 

M'y.' Mr. Parker was D.L. for the cos. of Worcester and 

.r.P. for Shropshire and the horough of Oswestry, Cupt. 

Worcestershire Yeomanry, Capt. in the North Shrop- 

N'oUmteers in 180.5. He d. 1848, having had issue, 

liiomas Browne,, J. P. for Shropshire, Cornet in Shropshire 

Yiomanrv. 6. 17!(7 ; d. nam. 1833. 

lOBN (iiev.), who it. his father, of Sweeney Hall, and the 
hitehouse, Vicar of Llanyblodwcll, Ptural Dean, J. P. for 
1 opshiro, 6. 1798; d. unia. 1860. 

>i uiY, who 5. her brother, b. 1793 ; to. in 18^2, Sir BaUl- 
,1 Leighton, Bart., and d. 5 March, 18G4, leaving, with 
ler issue {see liunRc's Bai-onclar/e), 
.- ; anley-Leigiiton, now of Sweeney Hall. 
: . Sarah Elizabeth. 

(fiunilvr of aSal'icr iiuir ILVo'faitc. 

iiiitAS BAKEn, Gent, of Weston, Lullingficlds, co. Salop, 

rised the estate of Sweeney in 1G23, from Andrew 

I'.re, Esq., of Petton, co. Salop, whose father had pur- 

,1 it from Henry, the last Earl of Arundel, of the Eitz- 

iiimily, 1563. He d. 1639, and was s. by his son, 

'MAS IlAKER, Esq. of Swccney, ?ii. Elizabeth, dan. of Col. 

;n Fenwick (her sister to. Judge Mackwortli). He built 

V house at Sweeney. In the civil wars he adhered to the 

.mentary side. He was Sheriff of Shopshire in 1049, and 

1 grant of arms, and was M.P. for same co. in 1653. 

-■ in 1675 s. J), he devised his estates to his cousin, JIary, 

, of Thomas Goiigh, of Bcsford, and wife of Thom s Brown, 

Little Ness, Salop, who thus became seated at Sweeney, 

I was s. by his son, 

J iioMAS Browke, Esq. of Sweeney, who was pricked for 
: iff in 1685, but succeeded in excusing himself from the 
J. He m. Christina Browne of Essex, and was s. by his 

! HOMAS Browne, Esq. of Sweeney, 6. 1682; vi. 1703, Sarah, 
11. of Edward Lloyd, of Leaton Manor, Salop, lied. 1729, 
:! left issue, 

I. Thomas, of Swccney. 

u. Edward, Mayor of Oswestry 1780; c?. s. p. 1791. 

I Ider son, 

,;oMAS Browne, Esq. of Sweeney, b. 1706; m. 17S0, Hannah, 
of Edward Lloyd, of Crumpwell, Salop (through whom 
■tateat Trcginva and Pentracoed eventually came to the 
iiily), and d. in 1761. He left issue, 

'numias, of Sweeney, &. 1731; d. s. ',■>. 1768. 

ward, of Sweeney, 6. 1733; m,. Margaret Howell, of Tre- 
ack; d. «. ?). 1783. 

.i>rge, TO. Mary, dau. of John Bill, of Killshcw, co. Mont- 
,- imery, and dying in 1780, left an only child, 
Sarah, who eventually became heir to her uncle, Edward 
Browne, and, as stated, m. T. N. Parker, Esq. 
I'rancis, h. 1738 ; in. Elizabeth Lloyd, of Osbaston, d. s. p. 
lah, TO. Kcv. Owen Owen, of Ty-gwyn, co. Merioneth, 
liector of Llangyniew, d. s. p. 1816. 

.■ma — Leichton, Quarterly, per f ess indented or and gu. ; 

:!CER, sa., on a less arg. between three pheons points down- 
Is or, a buck's head cabossed of the field between two 
ts ; Browne, erm., on a fess embattled and counter-em- 
ied sa. three escallop shells arg. CVt.ii.s— Leighton, A 
rrn expanded sa ; Parker, A buck's head cabossed sa. ; 

'Wse, A crane's htad issuing from a fess embattled sa. 
ot.'— Leiguton, Dread shame : Paricer, Ncc liuctu nee 
I movetur. 

■ !(.<— Sweeney Hall, near Oswestry ; and Whitehouse, co. 



TjEII?, Thomas Macie, Esq. of Jaggard's House, 
ills, and of Exeter Coll. Oxford, h. 19 Nov. 1795 ; 
182:i, Anne, dau. of J. CoUard, Esq. of Swansea, 

: 1 1 had issue, 

I. Thomas Main, 6. 1823; to. 1847, Maria Louisa, only dau. 
of Kear Admiral WilUam Jones Lye, of Bath. 
I n. Charles. in. Henry. 

'* 1. Anne. 

II. Jane. 

III. Maria. 

IV. Isabella. 

iiuragt. — This is the Somersetshire branch of the 
-voushire family of Leir or Lear of Lyndridge Hull, Devon, 

which settled at Ditcheat and Cliarlton Musgrove, in the 
reign of James I. 

Kev. Thomas Leir, h. 1640 ; to. Mary, dau. of Ealph Freke, 
Esq. of Hannington Hall, Wilts, by Cecilia, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Colepepper, Bart, of Hollingbournc, and left issue, 

Thomas, his heir, b. 1702. 

Mary, to. William Norman, Esq., Stoke Lane, Somer.set. 
Ann, m. T. Chaffey Cooper, Esq. of Yalliampton Honso. 
Jane, to. J. By thesea, Esq. of Week House and Chapmanslade, 
Wilts. Elizabeth, d. s. j). 

The eldest son, 

Bev. Thomas Leir, b. 1702, .■!. his father in the estates and 
Living of Ditcheat, and also his uncle William Leir, of Charl- 
ton-Musgrove, 1743 ; to. Elizabeth, dau. of Paul Methuen, 
of Bradford, Wilts, and had issue. 

Kev. Thomas Leik, s. his father in the estates and Livings of 
Ditcheat and Charlton-Musgrove 1781 ; m. 1764, dau. of John 
Shore, Esq. by his wife Mary, dau. and heiress of John 
Kington, Esq. of Jaggard's House, Wilts, and had issue, 

Thomas, 6. 1765, of Jaggard's House, Weston, and Whitby. 

John, b. 1767, d. s. p. 

William (st'c Marriott nf DitcJimi). 

Paul, b. 1770, of Charlton-Musgrove, to. Fanny, relict of 
\Villiam Morton Plcdell, of VVhatcombe House, Dorset. 

Cliarles, b. 1779, d. s. p. 

llichard, b. 1780, of FiingwcU House, Somerset. 

Tlie eldest son, 

Thomas Leir, Esq. of Weston, J. P., b. 17 Oct. 176.5; to. 
Jane, dau. of the Kev. John Jekyll, D.D., Vicar of Ever- 
creech, Precentor of St. David's Cathedral, and left issue, 
Thomas Macie, his heir; John Macie ; Jane Elizabeth ; Mary, 
TO. the Kev. Edward Wilkius ; Anne; and Helen. Mr. Leir 
d. 9 May, 1836. 

Arms — Az., a fess raguly between three unicorns' heads 
erased or. Crest — A demi-unicorn rampant having between 
his legs a staff raguly. 

.Si('(.s— Jaggard's House, Chippenham; and Unhill, near 


Leir, Eev. William Maeeiott, M.A., of Dit- 
cheat, Soinerset, b. 1805 ; m. 1840, Mary Ann, only 
dau. of Edward Langford, Esq. of Truugie Park, 
Cornwall, and has issue, 

I. Richard Langford, Capt. 31st regt., J. P., b. 1841. 

II. Charles Edward (Kev.), M.A., 6. 1842. 

III. William Metheun, Capt. late 82nd regt., J. P. for Somer- 
set, of Combehead, Devon. 

I. Constance Mary, m. 8 Jan. 1873, Robert Lecky Watson, 
Esq. of Kilconner House, Bagnalstown, co. Carlow. 

iLinCitflr.— Kev. AVilliam Leir, M.A., J.P. (3rd son of 
Kev. Thomas Leir, of Charlton-Musgrove {see preceding 
Memoir), b. 1768, s. his father at Ditcheat in 1812; m. 4 April, 
1804, Harriott, dau. of Kandolph Blarriott, Esq. of Leases 
Hall, eo. York, 1804, and has issue, 
William Marriott, now of Ditcheat. 

Charles Marriott, B.A., Hector of Charlton Musgrove, 
AVincanton, b. 2 April, 1812; to. 6 May, 1852, Frances Anne, 
dau. of William Eardley liichardcs, Esq., K.A., of Brynei- 
thin, CO. Cardigan, J. P., and by her (who d. 12 Jan. 1864) 
had issue, 

1 Charles Paul, 6. 21 Feb. 1853 ; d. 22 Sept. 1877. 

2 Edward Methuen, b. 24 July, 1854. 

3 Frank William, b. 30 May, 1S58. 

4 Lewis Kandolph Marriott, b. 11 Aug. 1S60. 

1 Marianne Frances, b. 26 Aug. 1855. 

2 Emma Charlotte, b. 7 Oct. 1856. 

j_i-ms — Az., a fess raguly between three unicorns' heads 
erased or. Crest — A demi-imicorn rampant having between 
his legs a staff raguly. 

(Scttt — Ditcheat, Castle Cary, Somerset. 


Leith, Alexander, Esq. of Frecfield and Glen- 
kindie, co. Aberdeen, J.P. and D.L., M.A. Trin. 
Coll. Cambridge, Member of the Royal Archers, 
Queen's Body Gruard for Scotland, formerly an 
Advocate at the Scottish Ear, b. 19 Dec. 1817 ; m. 
Aug. 1813, Mary Anna, only dau. of Gen. Sir Alex- 
ander Halkett, K.H. (of the family of Pitlirrane, co. 
Fife) , and has an only dau. and heiress, 






iltllCagC— The LEiTns, of Freefield and Glenkindie, are 
descended from a common ancestor with the Leiths of Leith 
Hall, from whom they branched off ahout 16S8. They also 
represent the ancient House of the Steachass of Glentoidte. 
They have been a hardy and long-lived race, the last four 
heads of the family having lived to the ages respecUvely of 
90, 86, 81, and 85. 

Alexander Leith, Esq., 2nd son of James Leith, Esq. of 
Leith Hall, acquired from George Leith, of Tre&eld, with 
consent of his son, Peter, the lands of Trefield. Bonnytoun, 
&c., by a disposition, dated 26 Jan. 1702; and having also 
made several purchases, got a charter under the Great Seal of 
the lands of Treefield, New Rain, Barreldykes, .fee, all erected 
into one free barony, to be called the Barony of Freefield in 
all time coming, aad tliis has continued to be the chief title 
of the family ever since. This charter is dated 26 Jan. 1705. 
He 711. Christian, dau. of Alexander Davidson, of Xewton, by 
whom he had four sons, 1 Alesasdeb, his heir ; 2 Walter ; 
3 Patrick; 4 George. He afterwards acquired from his cousin- 
german. Sir Patrick Strachan, the lands and barony of Glen- 
kindie, anno 1738, of which he put his son in possession iri his 
own lifetime, and the son was long designated by that title. 
Tliis Alexander lived to the age of 90, and dying amio 175-1, 
was «. by his eldest son, 

Alexander Leith, 1st of Glenkindie, and subsequently of 
Freefield, who was served and retoured heir to his father by 
a precept from Chancery, dated 26 April, 1756. He m. Jean, 
eldest dau. of Alexander Garden, Esq. of Troup, Advocate, 
by Jean his wife, dau. of Sir Francis Grant, of Cullen, one of 
the Senators of the Court of Justice, by whom he had two 
sons and four daus., 

Alexander. Garden. 

Jean, m. George Buchan Hepburn, Esq. of Smeaton, 
Advocate. Christian. Bethia. Agnes. 

The eldest son, 

Alexander Leith, Esq. of Freefield and Glenkindie, m. 1774, 
jiary Elizabeth, dau. of James Gordon, of Cobairdie, by 
3Iary his wife, dau. of the 15th Lord Forbes, and had seven 
Fons and six daus., of whom one, Elizabeth Ann, was wife of 
Peter Gordon, of Abergeldie. Mr. Leith d. 1828, and was s. 
by his son, 

Gen. Sir Alexan-der Leith, K.C.B., of Freefield and Glen- 
kindie, Col. 31st regt., a distinguished Peninsular officer, who 
served in Holland, Egypt, West Indies, Peninsula, and South 
of France, and received a cross and one clasp for his services 
in command of the 31st foot at Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Xivelle, 
Xive, and Orthes. He ra. 1st, Maria, eldest dau. of Robert 
Disney Thorpe, Esq., M.D., of Headingley, near Leeds, one of 
the co-heirs of the Baron j of Brave, and by her had issue, 

Alexan-der, now of Freefield and Glenkindie. 
Kohert William Disney, Lieut.-Gen., C.B., ™. 14 June, 1865, 
Mary Charlotte Julia, only dau. of Sir Henry Percy Gordon, 
and Lady Mary his wife, dau. of the Earl of Ashburnham, 
and has issue, Alexander Henry, 6. 1866; Robert Disney, 
6.1873; MaryLevina; Maria Alice; Edith; and Elizabeth 
James, V.C, Major Scots Greys, ra. a dau. and co-heiress of 
Thomas Shaw, Esq., and d. 1869, leaving three daus., 
Isabella Mary ; Maria Caroline ; and Elizabeth Ann. 
Thomas, Major 14th Bombay Xative Infantry, late A.D.C. 
to Sir Bartle Frere, Governor of Bombay, 7/i. Mary, dau. of 
Hon. Col. Dalzell, C.B., and has issue, Alexander; Robert; 
and Evelyn. 
Ann Katherine, ra. Alex. Innes, Esq. of Raemoir and Cowie, 

CO. Kincardine. 
Mary Sarah, jii. Robert F. 0. Farquharson, Esq. of Houghton 
and Balding, co. Aberdeen, and has sis daus. 
Sir Alexander Leith m. 2ndly, March, 1841, Mary (the present 
Lady Leith, of West Hall, Oyne, co. Aberdeen), dau. of the 
late Roderick Mackenzie, Esq. of Glack, by Christina Niven 
his 2nd wife, sister of Sir Harry Xiven, Bart. He d. 1859. 

Arms — Or, a cross-crosslet fitchee sa. between three crescents 
in chief and as many fusils in base gu. a border az., quartering 
az. a hart tripping or, attired and unguled gu. Crests — A cross • 
crosslet fitchee sa., and a stag at gaze ppr. Mottoes — Trusty to 
the end; and Non timeo sed caveo. 

Sfc'/s— Freefield, Old Rayne, by Insch; Glenkindie, Invcr- 
kindie, Inverness. 


See Foebes-Leith. 

Williara Charles Hainilton, Esq. of CraighlaTv, cc 
"VYigton ; served in the 93rd Highlanders with dis 
tinctiou through the Canadian rebelhon of 1857-.JC 
the Crimean AV'ar, and the Indian Mutiny ; is ; 
Emght of tlie Legion of Honoui', and of the OrJe 
of the Mejidie. 

JLtllCttgC— The surname of Leith is of great antiquit; j 
in Scotland, and those who bore it held, in a remote era, vas I 
possessions, including the barony of Restalrig, and others i; 
the shire of Mid-Lothian and territory of Leith, whence, ir i 
presumed, the name was assumed. The immediate anct '_ 
of the family before us, 

William Leith, of Barnis, living in the time of Davii 
Bruce, and said to have been the male representative of th- , 
Leiths of Edingarrock, was Provost of Aberdeen in 1350, an 
proprietor of the lands of Caprington, in co. Aberdeen. 11. 
m. a dau. of Donald, 12th Earl of Marr, and had two s Jiis 
Laurence, his heir; and John, Ambassador to the Coui t o i 
England in 1412. WiUiam Leith d. sometime in the reign o' j 
Robert II., and was s. by his elder son, 

Laurence Leith, of Barnis, co. Aberdeen, Provost of Aber- 
deen 1401, 1403, and 1411, from whom descended i 

James Leith, of New Leslie, m. Margaret, dau. of Alexandei \ 
Strachan, of Glenkindy, and had issue, John, his heir: 
Alexander, ancestor of the Leiths of Glenkindy and Fre/JiM: 
AVilUam, d. s. p. ; Margaret, m. Gordon of Beldomie ; anJ 
Jean, ra. John Grant, of Tomavillion. The eldest son, 

John Leitu, Esq. of Leith Hall, m. Janet Ogilvie, dan. oi 
George, 2nd Lord Banff, by Agnes Falconer his wife, dau. ci 
Alexander, 1st Lord Haikerton, and had issue, John, his suc- 
cessor; Patrick; George, of Blackall; Laurence; Anthony; 
and Elizabeth, rn. Richard Gordon, Esq. of Craigmile. i 
Mr. Leith, acquiring the whole estate of Leslie, intheGarrock, I 
regained possession of the lands of Edingarrock, his ancient i 
patrimonial inheritance. He d. 1727, and was s. by his eldest 

John Leith, Esq. of Leith Hall, m. Mary, dau. of Charles 
Hay, Esq. of Rannes; and dying 1736, left (with a dau., 
Janet, rn. James Gordon, of Ardmillie) a son and heir, 

John Leith, of Leith Hall, who augmented his estate by 
the lands of Lair and Adlair. He m. Harriot, dau. uuJ 
heiress of Alexander Steuart, of Auchluncart, and had issue, 

heirs in succession. 

Leith-Hay, Col. Alexaxdee Sebastian, CB., 
of Leith Hall, co. Aberdeen, J.P. and D.L., b. 1819 ; 
s. 1862 ; m. 1860, Cliristina Grace Agnes, dau. of 

John, ■) 

Alexander, J 

James (Sir), a Lieut.-Gen. in the army, G.C.B., IC.T.S., 
Grand Cordon of the Order of Merit of France, Governor oi 
Barbados, and Commander of the Forces in the WindMurc 
and Leeward Islands. Sir James Leith d. 16 Oct. 1816. 

John Leith d. 1763, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John Leith, Esq. of Leith Hall, at whose decease, without 
issue, 1778, the estates devolved on his brother, 

Alexander Leitu, who having s. Andrew Hay, of Rannes. 
was the late Gen. Alexander Leith-Hat, of Rannes and 
Leith Hall. This gentleman, who was b. 1758, rn. 1784, Mary, 
dau. of Charles Forbes, Esq. of Ballogie, and by her (who d. 
1824) had issue, 

Andrew, his heir. 

John James, Rear-.\dmiral R.N.. m. the dau. of Alexander 

Forbes, Esq. of Blackford, and d. Oct. 1854, leaving two 

sons and two daus. 

Harriet Christian, rn. Sir H. N. Lumsden, Bart., and d. 1820. 
Mary, 'rn. Major Mitchell, of Ashgrove, and is deceased. 
Elizabeth, rn. Alexander Forbes, Esq. of Blackford, and is 

deceased. Margaret, d. unm. 

Gen. Hay d. 16 May, 1838, and was s. by his eldest son. 

Sir Andrew Leith-Hat, Knt. of Rannes and Leith Hall. 
b. 17 Feb. 17s5, K.H., Knight Commander of Charles III.o, 
Spain, and member of the Legion of Honour, J. P., D.L.. 
Lieut. -Col in the army, M.P. for the Elgin district of burghs 
1833-33 and 1S41-47, Clerk of Ordnance 1834-38, Governor oi 
Bermuda 1838-41, served throughout the Peninsular War, oi 
which he has written a history; knighted 1S34; rn. Isl6, 
Mary Margaret, dau. of William Clark, Esq. of Bui.klaD( 
House, Devon, and by her (who d. 1659) had issue, 

Alexander Sebastian, now of Leith Hall, and head of tll£ J 
family of Leith. I 

William, b. 31 July, 1819; rn. 4 Oct. 1844, Emma, eldest ■ 
dau. of J. P. Swete, Esq. of Oxton, Devon; and d. 28 Oct 
1861, leaving issue. 

James, b. 26 Xov. 1820 ; m. Maria, dau. of Col. Grey, am 
has two sons and five daus. 

Korman, b. 19 Aug. 1829; lost on the cost of Australia, 1857 

Charles, b. 18 Oct. 1831. 

Caroline EHzabeth. 

Sir Andrew Leith-Hay d. 13 Oct. I8C2. 





jf ,.»i,,_Qnarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a cross-crosslet fitcliec sa. 
ptween three crescents in chief and as many fusils in base 
irways gu. ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg., three 
lescutcheons gu., 2nd and 3rd, gu., throe cinqucfoils arg. 
rests— A cross-erosslet fitchce sa., for Leith ; A goat arg., for 
[at. Supporters— Two naked men wreathed about the loins, 
leh holding in his exterior hand a club. Mottoes — Trustie to 
16 end ; and Sparc nought. 
^'^(ij_Leitii Hall, near Kinnethmont, co. Aberdeen. 


Lelt, "William Geixfield, Esq. of Framingliam 
lall, Norfolk, and Cawthorpe, co. Lincoln, J. P. 
or Norfolk, b. 1S3S ; to. 18G7, Annette Jane, dau. 
f Edward T. Massy, Esq. of Cottesmore, co. 
'embrokc, J.P. and D.L., and has issue, 

I. Frederick Massy Grinfield, 6. 1868 ; d. 1871. 


III. George Peel, b. 1870. iv. Edward Barham, 6. 1872. 
Y. Arthur Vaughan, 6. 1874. 

VI. Conrad William, 6. 1875. 

I. Helen Mary, 6. 1870. 

tfr. Lely is 6th in descent from Sir Peter Lely, 
^om-t Painter to Chaeles II., who d. 1680, seised 
if the Manors of Greetwell and Cherry Willingham, 

0. Lincoln, in which co. his descendants have since 

ILinC<ltj;t.— Sir Peter Lely, of the Piazza, Covent Garden, 
,ondon, of Kew Green, Surrey, and of Greetwell, co. Lincoln, 
he Court Painter, b. 1617; knighted by King Charles II. ; 

1. 1680. His will, dated 4 Feb. 1679, and proved 28 Jan. 
680, mentions his son and heir, John Lely, his dau., Anne, 
ind his sister, Catharine Maria, widow of Conradt Week, 
Jurgomasterof Grol, inGuelderland. Sir Peter's son, the said 

John Lely, Esq. of Kew Green, and Greetwell, co. Lincoln, 
n. Anne, dau. of Fiichard Mounteney, Esq. of Kew, and d. 
728, leaving two sons, Eichard, of Greetwell Hall, co. Lincoln 
described in his epitaph, in Greetwell Church, as "Petri 
:.cly. Car. II. Pictoris, Nepos Natu-maximus "), who d. 1736, 
vithout surviving issue; and 

Peter Lely, Esq. of Lincoln, 6. 1693; m. Frances Maple- 
oft ; and d. 1761, having had twenty children, of whom 
hree only left descendants, 

I. David, of Grantham, 6. 1743 ; m. Elizabeth Todd, and had 

1 Peter, 6. 1774 ; d. umn. 1832. 

2 Frederic, b. 1782; d. s. p. 1843. 

1 Lydia Ann, in. her cousin, William Ostler, Esq. as here- 

II. Styles, left issue. 

I. Bridget, of whom we treat. 

fhe daughter, 

Bridget Lely, 6. 1727; m. William Ostler, Esq. of Barton, 
;o. Lincoln, and had one son, 

William Ostler, Esq. of Grantham, co. Lincoln, 6. 1770: 
m. his cousin-german, Lydia Ann, dau. and eventual heiress 
of David Lely, Esq. of Grantham ; and d. 1853, leaving by 
this lady (who survived till 1869) two sons, William Ostleb, 
Esq. of Arnold Field, co. Lincoln, b. 1800 {see Ostler), and 

John Lely Ostler, Esq. of Cawthorpe, co. Lincoln, b. 1810; 
m. Laura, dau. of the Eev. Edward W. GrinSeld ; and d. 1859, 
leaving if sue, 
William Gbinfield Lely, now of Framingham Hall and 

John Mountney Lely, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 1839; m. Mary 
Laetitia, dau. of Major Carr, and has issue a dau., Con- 
stance Lcetitia. 

Laura Lely, m. the Kev. W. H. Pengelley, of Great Gonerby, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Arriis — Arg., a fess between three roses gu. Crest — A Cor- 
nucopia ppr. 

S«((— Framingham Hall, near Norwich ; and Cawthorpe, co. 

ILltTC(l(jr. — The Rev. Nattnton Thomas Orgill, of 
Brampton Hall, b. 11 Dec. 1759 (son of William Orgill, Esq. 
of Bcccles, and Sdsan Leman his wife, 3rd dau. and co-heir 
of William Leman, Esq., by Sarah his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Leman, Esq. of Brampton Hall, grandson of Thomas Leman, 
Esq. of Brampton, nephew of Sir John Leman (see Burke's 
Extinct Baronetage), assumed the surname of liis maternal 
ancestors in addition to his patronymic, 1807, on succeeding 
to a property left by Mrs. Mary Leman. of Bury St. Edmunds. 
He m. 3 Dec. 1783, Henrietta Jane, 4th diiu. of Sir William 
Anderson, Bart, of Lee, co. Lincoln, and d. IS37, having had 
issue by her (who d. March, 1843), 

George, of Brampton Hall (Rev.) M.A., Incumbent and 
Patron of Stoven, b. 4 June, 1789; d. s. p. 

Leman Orgill, d. an infant. 

Kaunton, b. 1792; d. v.nta. 1818. 

Robert, late of Brampton Hall. 

Charles, b. 1801 ; d. utiia. 1845. 

William, b. 1802; d. u,im. 1848. 

Thomas (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Brampton, b. 1804; m. 1838 
Emily, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Guerin ; and d. 1873. 

Elizabeth Mary, d. umm. 1842. 

Susan Leman, d. unm. 1850. Harriet, d. unm. 1834. 

Maria, d. 1796. Charlotte Catherine, d. 1796. 

Frances, m. 1820, Molyneux Shuldham, Esq., Comm. R.N. 
who d. 23 Feb. 1866. 

Anne, m. 1822, Thomas Gee, Esq. 

Charlotte, m. 1821, George Barlee, Esq. 
The 4th son, 

Robert Orgill Leman, Esq. of Brampton Hall, Suffolk, 
B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxford, b. 1799; m. 25 March, 1823, Isabella 
Camilla, dan. of Sir William Jervis Twysdeu Bart., and by her 
(who d. 7 March, 1850) had issue, 

I. Naunton Eobert-Twysden, now of Brampton Hall. 

II. John, d. aged 21. 

I. Frances Henrietta Flora Eliza. 
Re TO. 2ndly, 29 March, 1859, Ellen Maria, 4th dau. of the 
Rev. J. A. Ross, Vicar of Westwell, Kent, and by her had, 

A son, b. 1862, and three daus. 
He d. 24 Feb. 1869. 

Arms — Az., a fess between three dolphins naiant arg. 
Crest — Arg., on a lemon-tree a pelican iu her piety ppr. 
Motto — Volens semperque juvaro paratus. 

/Scat— Brampton Hall, Wangford, Suffolk. 


Leman, Naunton Eobeet Twysden, Esq. of 
Brampton Hall, Suffolk, b. 1825 ; s. his father 24 
Feb. 1869 ; to. 11 Aug. 1869, Eosa Elizabeth, 5th 
dau. of the late Rev. J. A. Ross, Vicar of Westwell, 
Kent, and has issue, 

Eobbet Nacntos, b. 2 Oct. 1870. 

Lempeiere, The Rev. William, M. A., of Eozel 
Manor, Jersey, Seigneur of Rozel and Dielament, in 
that Island, b. 3 June, 1818; to. 15 May, 1850, 
Julia Anne, dau. of Thomas Moore Wayne, Esq., 
of Manor House, St. Wambro', Hants, and has 
I. Reginald Eaool, M.A.Oxford, Barrister-atLaw, 6. 8 Dec. 

I. Mabel. 

II. Eleanor Irene, m. 20 June, 1878, R. L. Hesketh, Esq. 

III. Agnes Emilie. 

IV. Helen Maud. 

iLtliratJC. — Mr. Bertrand Payne, in his Armorial of 
JtrscT/, devotes considerable space to the history of the ancient 
and eminent Jersey family of Lempbiere, and states that it 
"possessed in the Duchy of Norraanby the extensive seig- 
neuries and lands of Lempriere, Pontrilly, Gourbesville, Eau- 
ville, Quierqueville, la Carpenterie, Croville, Belle-Fontaine, 
Cauquigny, S. Eefaire, Bois Gingant, Durrelle, Courseville, 
Duiteville, la Grandifere, and others." In Jersey, besides 
other estates which Raoul Lempriere and his brother-in-law 
Guille Payn purchased of the De Barentinc family, v.arious 
branches of the name have held the fiefs of Godcaux, Herupe, 
Ecoucqueville, Bouteville, Buisson, Surville, Hougelte, Lem- 
priere, Covey, Maufant, Chesnel, des PrSs in St. John's parish. 
Petit Rozel in St. Saviour's parish, with Morville Eobilliard 
and de Lecq in St. Ouen's 

John Lempriere, Seigneur of Rozel, in Jersey, receiver of 
the King's revenues in that island, a.d. 1430, and bailly 
thereof 1434; m. and had three sons, i. Renaud, Seigneur 
of Rozel, killed at the siege of Mont Orgueil Castle 1467 ; ii. 
George, of whose line we treat ; iii. Raulin, Seigneur of St. 
John, La Hague Boete. The 2nd son, 

George Lempriere, Seigneur of Diaament, Jersey, Jurat 
of the Royal Court, m. Thomassc, sister and heir of William 
De St. Martin, Seigneur of St. Trinity, and was father of 

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Drottet Lemprteee, Seic:neur of Trinity, Jurat of the Eoyal 
Court, m. Mabel, dau. of Philip De Canaret, Seigneur of St. 
Ouen, and left, with two daus., Mary, wife of James Le Gros, 
and Mabel, wife of Edward Payn, of St. Ouen, two sons, 
I. John, Seigneur of Trinity, ancestor of the Lempkieres of 
Trinity; ii. Thomas, of whom we treat. The 2nd son, 

Thomas Lejiprieke, Seigneur of Dielament, Jurat of the 
Eoyal Court for 50 years ; he m. a dau. of — De la Rocque, 
and was father of 

Michael Lemprieee, Seigneur of Dielament, Attorney-Gen. 
of Jersey 1570, m. Mabel, dau. of Richard Dumaresq, Seigneur 
of Vinoheles de Bas, and relict of John Messervy, and had, 
with two daus., Sarah, wife of Martin Romeril, Constable of 
St. Trinity, and Esther, wife of Francis Amy, two sons, i. 
Hugh, of whom presently ; ii. Thomas, Jurat of Uoyal Court, 
Seigneur of Les Augres. The elder son, 

Hugh Lemprieee, Seigneur of Dielament, Advocate Eoyal 
Court 1575, Solicitor-General 1G90, Jurat 1592, Lieut. -Bailly 
1601, and Judge Delegate of Jersey 1614 and 1621, Capt. of the 
Trainbands of St. Trinity. He m. twice; by his first wife, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Dumaresq, he had issue. The 2nd 

Michael Lempetere, Seigneur of Maufant, the famous Eailly 
of Jersey under Charles I., and under Cromwell, styled by 
the local historians " The Hampden of Jersey." Of this dis- 
tinguished man Mr. Bertrand Payne gives an interesting and 
flattering character. He m. Sarah, dau. of Frances de Car- 
teret, of La Hague, and had, with a younger son, Philip, who 
d. s. p., and two daus., an elder son, Michael Lempriere, 
of Dielament, Jurat Royal Court, Col. East regt. R.J.M., 
TO. Frances, dau. of Francis de Carteret, of La Hague, and had, 
with a dau. Mary, wife of John Le Hardy, Constable of Grou- 
Tille, an only son, 

Michel Lempriere, Seigneur of Dielament and Saval, Jurat 
Eoyal Court, Col. East regt. R.J. 51. ; m. Jane, dau. of James 
Corbet, and had issue. The elder son, 

Charles Lempriere, Seigneur of Dielament, Solicitor-Gen. 
1741; Jurat Royal Court, 1750'; Lieut.-Bailly of Jersey, 1755; 
Judge Delegate, 1763 and 1756; Col. N. regt. R.J.M. ; m. 
1733, Ehzabeth, dau. and heir of James Corbet, Seigneur of 
Eozcl, and co-representative of De Carteret of St Ouen, in 
right of her grandmother, Anne, dau. of Francis de Carteret, 
and who upon the death of Robert Earl Granville, s. p. 
became entitled to one quarter of the St. Ouen estates, and 
had issue, 

Charles, ITnivorsity of Oxford, Commissary-Gen. of Jersey 
and Guernsey, Capt. R.J.M. , d. vMm. 

William Charles, of whom presently. ' 

Thomas {see Lempriere of PeUiam). Philip. 

The 2nd son, 

William Chaeles Lemprieee, Seigneur of Dielament, Advo- 
cate and Jurat Royal Court, and Col. N. regt. R.J.M., Com- 
missary-Gen. of Jersey and Guernsey; m. 4 April, 1782, EUza- 
heth, dau. of Matthew Gosset, and d. in the lifetime of his 
father, 1 May, 1790, leaving issue, 

I. Philip Eaoul Lempriere, Esq. Seigneur of Eozel, Jurat 
Eoyal Court, ;>. 27 Aug. 1785; »i. 29 Oct. 1811, Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Poingdcstre, Esq. of Jersey, and by her (who 
d. 1861) left at his decease, 4 Nov. 1869, 

1 William, now of Rozel. 

2 Charles, Major H.M. 53rd regt., d. v.nm. 4 Jan. 1855. 

8 Henry, late E.A., b. 10 Sept. 1820 ; m. Imogene, dau. 
of Osborne Tylden, Esq. of Torry Hill, Kent. 

1 Helen, m. Rev Augustus Brine. 

2 Maria, m. May, 1864, Charles Winston, Esq., of Temple. 

II. William, Capt. E.II.A., of Ewell, Surrey, d. 1858, leaving 

Arms — Gu., three eagles displayed or. Crest — An eagle 
rising ppr. Motto — Timor Dei nobilitas. 
/Seai— Eozel Manor, St. Helier's. 

two years Private Secretary and Aide-de-Camp to S' 
George Fergusson Bowen, Governor of Queensland, ai 
afterwards of New Zealand, h. 17 Dec. 1835; d. 13 No 
I. Ellen. 11. Harriet. 

Admiral Lempriere d. 16 Jan. 1864. Mrs. Lemprici 
is now in possession of Pelham for life. 

3LlUCit(JE. — Thomas Lempriere, Seigneur of Chesnel, Cor 
missary-General of Jersey and Guernsey in succession to h 
brother. Advocate Eoyal Court, Col. N. regt. E. J.M., wound* 
in the battle of Jersey, 1781 {see precediiKj Memoir); in. 178. 
Ehzabeth Charity, dau. and heir of the Eev. Samuel Beuz 
ville, heir of Admiral G. Oury, and had issue, 

George Oury, late of Pelham 

Charles, served in the Peninsula, and is deceased. 

Thomas, Lieut. E.E., d. at Ahcant. 

Samuel, E.N., deceased. 

Elizabeth Sophia, deceased. Maria Julia, deceased. 

Anne Oury, deceased. Caroline Charity. 

Amelia, m. Charles Pipon, Esq. ; deceased. 

Marianne, m. the Hon. Algernon Herbert, son of the Earl i 

Jane, to. Major Lewis, E.A. ; deceased. 
Thomas Lempriere d. 30 June, 1823. 

Arms — Gu., three eagles displayed or. Crest — An eagl 
rising ppr. Motto — Timor Dei nobilitas. 

Seat — Pelham, Newton Valence, Hants. 


The late G-eohge Oukt Lempeieee, Esq. of 
Pelham, Hants, J.P., Admiral E.N. (with a medal 
for Copenhagen and Guadaloupe), h. 11 March, 
1787 ; m. 8 Aug. 1833, Frances, dau. of William 
Dumaresq, Esq. of Pelham (of a Norman family 
■who settled in Jersey in the early part of the 13th 
century) , and had issue, 

I. Audlcy, Capt. 77th regt., h. 18 July, 1834, killed before 
Sebastopol 19 April, 1855; Alma and Inliormann medal. 

II. Algernon Thomas, M.A., Banister-at-Law, J. P. for 
Hants, Capt. of Hampshire Militia, and for upwards of 


IjENDefm, James, Esq. of Magheracross, eo. Pel 
managh, J. P. and D.L. for cos. Fermanagh an 
Tvrone, High Sheriff co. Fermanagh 1835, and cci 
Tyrone 1837, B.A. Cantab. 1830 (Trin. Coll.), h. if 
Jan. 1806; m. 2 Nov. 181.3, Anue, eldest dau. c 
Samuel Vesey, Esq. of Derrabard, and has issue, 

I. George Cosbt, &. 2 April, 1846, D.L., m. 10 Dec. 18781 
Antoinette Frances, dau. of A. T. Butler, Esq., E.M.I 
late Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards. 

II. James Vesey (twin with George), J. P. and D.L. c( 5 
Fermanagh, and High Sheriff 1875, J. P. co. Tyrone. 

III. William Trevor, h. 4 July, 1854. 

IV. Samuel Edward Latham, 6. 10 Sept. 1855. 
I. Eosabelle Frances. ii. Mary Jane Waller. 
III. Elizabeth Alice. 

JttllCagC. — George Lendeum, Esq. of Moorfield, cc 
Tyrone (son and heir of James Lendrcm, Esq. of Corlea, cc 
Tyrone), m. Mary, dau. of John Story, Esq. of Corick, nea 
Clogher, co. Tyrone, elder brother of Joseph Story, D.D., Eislio, 
of Kilraore, and had issue, James, his heir; Thomas, (Rev) 
Joseph (Eev.) a Prebendary of Ferns; John, aMajorE.I.C.S. 
Mary, to. John Eichards, Esq.of co. Wexford; Anne, d. xiiim.. 
and Ecbecca, m. the Eev. Dr. Nevin, Eector of Derryvolan 
CO. Fermanagh. The eldest son and heir, 

James Lendrdm, Esq., fixed his residence at Magheracross 
CO. Fermanagh, and changed its name to "Jamestown." Hi 
TO. 1st, Nov. 1770, Ann, dau. of William Young, Esq. of Cool 
keiragh House, co. Derry, by Letitia Hamilton his wife ; anc 
2ndly, July 1812, Margaret Young, of Loughesk, co. Donegal 
By the former lady Mr. Lendrum had (with a dau., Leiitia 
who d. unm.) an only son, 

George Lendeum, Esq. of Jamestown, J.P. and D.L., Higl 
Sheriff co. Fermanagh 1806, and Tyrone 1819, 6. 24 Aug. 1776 
TO. 28 April, 1805, Mary Jane, 3rd dau. of Henry Coddington 
Esq. of Oldbridge, co. Meath, and had issue, 

James, his successor. 

Elizabeth, m. Aug. 1831, the Eev. Cosby Stopford Mangan 
Incumbent of Derrynoose, co. Armagh. 

Mr. Lendrum d. 22 Oct. 1855. 

Arms—Gvi., three garbs or, on a chief arg., as many wool 
packs sa. Crest — On a mount vert a dove holding an olive; 
branch in its beak all ppr. Motto — La paix. j 

&a(— Magheracross (the ancient name restored), Enniskilleifi 

CO. Fermanagh. \ 

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Lennaed, John Faenaby, Esq. of Wickliamj 
Covu't, Kent, J.P. and D.L., Chairman of Quartei 
Sessions, Lieut.-Col. Commandant Kent Militia 





.rtillery, late Capt. R.A., h. 27 Sept. 1816; m. 
st, 19 Aug. 1817, Laura, youngest clau. of Edward 
rolding, Esq. of Maiden Erlegh, Berks, which lady 
. 1850; and 2ridly, 2 Feb. 1S52, Julia Maria 
'ranees, only surriviug child of the late Henry 
lallam, Esq., F.E.S., and has issue, 

I. Henry Arthur Hallam Farnabt, b. 7 Nov. 1859. 

I. Penelope Anne Laura, m. William Packe, Esq. 

II. Laura, m. William Iloare, Esq. 

HI. Julia Maria. iv. Eleanor Louisa Hallam. 

!ol. Lennard assumed his present surname under 
lie will of the late Sir Charles Farnaby, Bart. 

iLtltrnCIf . — Sm Ch.ikles Francis Faknaby, Bart, of Kip- 
iogton, d. s. J). 29 Aug. 1859, having devised WicUham Court 
1 his nephew, the present Col. John Farnaby Lennard, who is 
dest sou of Lieut. -Gen. Sir William Cator, K.C.B. (who d. 
>66), by Penelope Mary his wife, only dau. of Sir John Farnaby, 
,h bart., by Mary his wife, only dau. and heiress of Samuel 
ennard, Esq. of Wickham Court. Col. Lennard has had ono 
rother, William Albemarle Bertie Cator, who is ra. and has a 
>n, Francis ; and three sisters, Maria Diana Cator ; Blarga- 
;tta Eliza, m. W. Courtenay Morland, Esq. of the Court 
odge, Lambcrhurst; and Frances Jane, m. Bertie Eobtrts, 

Seat — Wickham Court, Beckenham, Kent. 


Lentaigne, John Francis O'Neill, Esq., C.B., 
f Tallaght, co. Dublin, J.P. cos. Dubhn and 
[onaghan, and High Sheriff of the latter co. 1844, 
:nt. of the Order of Pius IX., B.A., m. 13 Sept. 
341, Mary, dau. and co-heir of Francis Magan, 
Isq., J. P., of Emoe, Westmeath, and has sm-viving 

I. Joseph HnssEY Nugent, B.A. Trin. Coll., Barrister-at- 
Law, J.P. CO. Dublin, b. 30 May, 1847. 

II. Victor Walter (Rev.), 6. 27 Oct. 1848. 

ni. John Vincent O'Neill, Trin Coll. Dublin, 6. 19 July, 1855. 

rv. Henry .fflngus Westenra, Trin Coll. Dubhn, b. 19 Aug. 

1857. V. Benjamin Plunket, b. 28 March, 18G5. 

I. Mary Theresa, a Sister of Charity. 
n. Margaret Mary, a Nun. 

Ir. Lentaigne held office as Inspector-General of 
risons in Ireland from 1854 to 1877, and on the 
)rmation of the General Prison Board for Ireland, 
as appointed Hon. Member of the Board. He is 
Iso Commissioner of National Education, and 
aspector of Eeformatory and Industrial Schools in 
reland. President of the Statistical Society, and 
jfesident of the Royal Zoological Society. For his 
,ng and eminent public services he received the 
I signia of a Companion of the Bath in 1873. He 
intested the representation of co. Dublin 1852. 

iLtltWtJ^. — This family is of ancient descent in Normandy. 
tCHEL Lentaigne, who d. 1695, left (by Magdalene Brenct, 
. 9 wife) two sons, Uichard and Michel ; the younger was 
eur des Moulins, and the elder, Eichard Lentaigne, was 
eur de la Croix; he m. Jeanne (who d. 1741), dau. of Pierre 
aye, Sieur de la Lorifere, and d. 1720, having had issue, 
■ I. Gabriel, a Capucin. 

II. Pierre, b. 1687, d. 1732; appointed 1730, " Adjudicatairc 
de la charge de Conseiller du Koi, Keceveur des Tallies de 

'• Selection" at Mortaine— an office iield by his son andgrand- 
1 son up to the time of the French Eevolution in 1789 ;— 
he m. 1710, Marie le Boy, who d. 1768, and had (with a 
dau. Jeanne, m. 1734, M. Ouzouf de Beaument) two sons, 
Francois Jean and Eichard Sieur de la Lande, who m. Mdlle. 
Marie de Bois Adam ; their posterity is settled at Av- 
ranches. The elder son, Frangois Jeanne Lentaigne, 6. 

1711, TO. 1734, Gillette Eenee Genevieve Joseph Marthe, b. 

1712, d. 1795, dau. of Guy de Fleury, " ecuyer, Conseiller 
Secretaire du Eoi," by his wife, Eenee Frangoise Douard 

I de Fleurance ct de Logiviire, and thus acquired the fief of 
Logiviere. with all its rights and privileges confirmed by 
Louis XVI. By this marriage Frangois Jean was father of 

i (besides a son, Marie Jean Baptiste Lentaigne de Montaudin, 

' b. 1740, officer au 7 regt. Garde du Eoi, m. 1786, Victoire 
Harrington de Saint Suliac, and a dau., Marie Guyonne, j/i. 

I 1769, Louis Jean Le Clcrc de Sautrey, Chevalier de St. 

Louis Garde du Eoi) an eldest son, Pierre Jean Fbancois 
Lentaigne, Seigneur do Longiviire, b. 1738, Conseiller du 
Eoi, hi. 1762, Marie .\nne Angelique Iherese, dau. of Pierre 
Joseph Lehot Dufcrage, by Therese Guerin Du Mesnil his 
wife, and had issue (with four daus., Marie, d. n.nm. ; Marie 
Franeoise, m. M. de Moisson de Prccorbin ; Eenee Perrino, 
m. 1798, M. Le Feron de Longcamp, and had, with other 
issue, Francois Adrian, Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur, 
Con.seiller a la Cour Imperialc, b. 1801, la. 1836, Elise Hue 
de Prebois, whose only son, Eobert Albert, m. 1864, Louise, 
dau. of Henri, 3rd son of Marquis de Viennay, of Grand- 
Noc Maine ; and Genevieve Augustine, m. M. Le Vannier 
des Vauviers) two sons, of whom the elder was Jacques 
Guy Lentaigne de Logiviere, Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honour, b. 28 Feb. 1769, Mayor of Caen from 1806 to 1816, 
to whose energy the city of Caen owes the foundation of its 
museum and public library ; he m. Marie Elizabeth Felicite 
du Bouisson, and d. 1839, having had (with a dau. Marie 
Melanie, m. 1st, le Jolis de Villiers, Conseiller a la Cour 
Eoyale de Caen, ChevaUer de la Legion d'Honneur, and 
2naiy, in 1850, Charles Doynel, Marquis de Montecot, 
Chevalier de Malte Garde du Corps du Eoi Louis XVIll., 
Gentilhomme de la Chambre du Eoi Charles X.) a son, 
Frangois Cyrille Lentaigne de Logiviere, m. 1827, Mdlle. 
Felicite Desiree de Chaumontel, and was father of the pre- 
sent Gustave Jacques Makie Lentaigne, Count de Logi- 
viere, 6. 1828, m. 1853, Marie Caroline, dau. of Amedee 
Felix, Count de Chaumontel, Chevalier of St. Louis and of 
the Legion of Honour, and officior de la Garde du Eoi 
Charles X., 6. 1802, d. 1869, and has issue Guy Marie 
Adrien, b. 1861, and Bernard Amedee, b. 1866, and two 
daus., Marie Marguerite and Marie Felicite Gabrielle. 

III. Eobert, b. 1689, d. 1724; his only dau. Jeanne, d. unm. 

IV. Jean Eichard, b. 1697, d. 1773, m. Anne Magdeleine dau. 
of Jacques Lehot Duferage, and had issue (with two daus., 
one ill. mi, M. Augustin de Marescot de Villeuil, and the 
other, M. de Queens), Antoine Charles, rn. 1774, Marie 
Therese Foucques, de Marencour; and the Eev. Jacques 
Lentaigne, D.D., Cure de St. Sauveur, and Eector of the 
University of Caen, who d. in Dublin, 25 Jan. 1802. 

V. Jean Fkanqois, of whom hereafter. 

I. Ambroise, ?a. 1723, Eaulin le Montier, Sieur de la Bectiere 

The 5th son, 

Jean FsANgois Lentaigne, Capitaine de la Compagnie de 
St. Etienne de Caen, b. June, 1699; d. 17S0; r,i. 27 March, 
1724, Marie Anne Lehot Duferage. Their eldest son, 

Pierre Franqois Lentaigne, " Lieut, de Dragons," et Juge 
Consul, b. 24 Feb. 1725; d. 14 May, 1802; r,i. 1766, Anne 
Marguerite, 6. 1740, dau. of Guillaume Frangois Paisant 
Duclos, son of Jean Paisant Duclos, by Eachel his wiie, 
(m. 1701, d. 1710), dau. of Elie de Cussy, and had issue, 

I. Jean Francois, b. 11 Sept. 1768, guillotined :793. 

II. Joseph, b. 8 Jan. 1770, guillotined 1793. 

HI. Benjamin, 6. 14 Feb. 1773, of whom we treat. 

IV. Simeon, b. 1775; m. 1807, Eose, dau. of Jean Edouard 

Blachcr, by Marie Anne Mitchelle Delaunay his wife, and d. 

1845, leaving two sons, 

Abel Edouard Marie, b. 11 Oct. 1808, Chevalier de la 

Legion d'Honneur, Juge au Tribunal Civil de Caen, et 

Conseiller a la Cour Imperialc, d. 1877, leaving one son, 

Edward Juge a la Cour Civile de Falaise. 

Ismael Jean Zacharie Simeon, 6. 2 April, 1820, d. 1874, 

leaving two daus., Marie, m. 30 April, 1877, M. Edouard 

Valbrey, and Louise, r,i. 27 Oct. 1878, M. Lucien Noel. 

I. Jeanne, to. 1791, Nicholas Hervicu Duclos, and left issue, 

Victor, d. in Dublin in 1831 ; Charles; Benjamin; NathaUe 

Lucile, TO. 1816, Pierre Alexandre Lecesne, and has issue, 

Jules, who represented Havre for many years in the Chamber 

of Deputies, and d. 1878; Charles; Victor Louis; Louise 

Alexandrine, m. Sept. 1837, Adolphe Frederick Le Page, 

Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur, Colonel Directeur 

d'Artillerie au HavTC ; and Nathahe Agathe, ',n. 1858, Alfred 

Eene Buot de Lex)ine, " Capitaine au Long Cours." 

The 3rd son, 

Benjamin Lentaigne, and his two brothers, were at the 
period of the French Eevolution, firm adherents of the ill-fated 
Loois XVI. The younger of these two brothers, Joseph Len- 
taigne, then but 23 years of age, an oificer in the Gardes du 
Corps, took a distinguished part in the events of 1789, and, 
with his elder brother, Jean Frangois Lentaigne, was guillo- 
tined 25 Messidor, an 2. The third brother, Benjamin, escaped 
to Flanders, where he entered I'armee de la noblesse Frangaise. 
He emigrated, 1792, in the suite of the French Princes, to 
England, and, not wishing to be a burden on them, studied 
medicine and entered the British service as as.sist.-surg. 5th 
Dragoon Guards. He retired, 1799, from the army, and settled 
as a physician in the city of Dublin, where he was granted by 
Trin. Coll. the honorary degree of M.D., and was elected a 
member of the Eoyal College of rtiysicians. He acquired 
very considerable practice, and purchased landed property in 
CO. Monaghan. Dr. Lentaigne to. 24 July, 1799, Maria 
Therese, dau. and eventually heiress of John O'Neill, Esq., 

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Catholic Delegate, 1792* (of the O'Xeills of Lower Clanaboy, 
son of Patrick Francis O'Neill, Esq. by Catherine his wife, dau. 
of Hugh Macguire, Esq. of Churchtown, of the line of Tempo. 
By her (who d. 24 May, 1820) Dr. Lentaigne had three sons and 
one dau., 

I. John, now of Tallaght, b. 21 June, 180.3. 

II. Joseph (Very Kev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, and Uni- 
versity of Melbouine, N.S.W., formerly a Barrister, and 
now in holy orders of the Church of Rome, b. 27 July, 1805. 

ni. Benjamin Plunkett, b. 1809, d. in infancy. 
I. Mary Anne. 
Dr. Lentaigne d. 19 Oct. 1813. 

Arms — Or, on a chevron az. between three martlets sa. a 
fleur-de-lis of the 1st, a chief of the 2nd, charged with three 
mullets arg. quartering O'Neill and Plunkett. Crest — A 
dove ppr. charged on the breast with a mullet arg. and holding 
in the beak a fleur-de-lis or. Mottoes — Dieu ayde. Over the 
crest — Pro fide, rege et patria pugno. 

Town Residence— 1, Great Denmark Street, Dublin. Seat — 
Tallaght, co. Dublin. 



Lenthali, Edmund Kyffin, Esq. of Bessels 
Leigh Manor, co. Berks, and Maenan Hall, co. Car- 
narvon, J. P. for Berks and Oxon, Patron of two 
Livings, h. 30 Aug. 1821 ; s. his father 1870. 

fttUCatJC. — Sir Rowland Lenthall, of Lenthall and 
Hampton Court, co. Hereford (whose family had been seated 
at Lenthall from the reign of Edward I.), was Master of the 
Robes to King Henry IV. and V. He was a Lord-Marcher, 
and was associated with Thomas Chaucer (the poet's son) as 
one of the Ambassadors to the Court of France, to negotiate 
the marriage of Queen Katharine with Henry V. Sir 
Rowland accompanied Henry V. to France, and had a com- 
mand at the battle of Azincourt. Sir Roland, who was also 
Deputy-Governor of Alengon under the Duke of Gloucester, 
and Constable of Wigmore and Bolsover Castles, in. Margaret, 
dau. and eventually co heiress of Richard Fitz-Alan, Earl of 
Arundel, and by her (who d. 1422) had issue, 

Edmund, who having rn. Margaret, dau. of William, 5th 
Lord Zouch, of Harringworth, d. s. p. 1447; and 

Henry, who also d. s. p. in the same year. 
Sir Rowland m. 2ndly, Lucy, dau. and co-heir of Richard, 4th 
Lord Grey de Codnor, by whom he had issue, 

Rowland, in. Isabella, dau. of Sir Walter Devereux, and d. 

John, TO. Anne, dau. of Humphrey Bessels, of Bessels Leigh, 

Katharine, m. William, Lord Zouch, of Harringworth. 

Elizabeth, m. Sir Thomas Cornwall, of Burford, by which 
last alUance Hampton Court eventually vested in the Cora- 
wall family. 

Sir Rowland was High Sheriff of Hereford in 1423, and d. Nov. 

A few years later the Lenthalls, retaining a portion only of 
their possessions in co. Hereford, settled at Latchford and 
Great Haseley, in co. Oxford, which manors and estates they 
acquired in the reign of Edward IV., by the marriage of 
William Lenthall (described in his will as " born at Lenthall "), 
who d. June, 1497, with the heiress of the Pipards. Thomas 
Lenthall, the eldest son of William last mentioned, m. Ehza- 
oeth, dau. and heir of John Willie, of Bovey Tracie, and had 
issue, William, living, says Francis Thin, "of reverent age," 
in 1584; and three sons, John, William, Rowland, and one 
dau., who rii. 1st, Robert Tempest, 2ndly, George Smith, of 
Manstanton, co. Durham, and Srdly, Sir John Tempest, of 
BoUinghall, CO. York, she left an only dau., Juliana Tempest, 
who in. a nephew of John Hampden. In 1580 these estates 
were possessed by John Lenthall, Esq., whose son (by Elinor, 
dau. of Edward Lee, Esq. of Pitston, co. Bucks), 

Sib Edmcnd Lenthall, was one of those prosecuted in the 
.Star Chamber for disregarding a Royal Proclamation in the 
reign of Charles I., restraining persons of quality from 
residing so much of the year in London. Sir Edmund m. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Francis Stonor, of Stoner, co. Oxford, 
but d. s. J)., and the line of the family was continued through 
his uncle. 

* John O'Neill, b. Jan. 1740; m. 24 Feb. 1768, Mary, dau. 
(by Catherine his wife, dau. of Luke Plunkett, of Possextown) 
of Walter Plunkett, Esq., 2nd son of Thomas Plunkett, by his 
wife Elizabeth Nangle, of Kildalkey, and grandson of Walter 
Pltmkett, Esq. of Rathmore, co. Meath, by his wife Ismay 
Plunkett, of Ardpatrick, niece of Oliver Plunkett, the Lord 
Primate, beheaded at Tyburn, 1681. 

William Lenthall, Esq. m. Frances, dau. of Sir Richid 
Southwell, of St. Faith's, in Norfolk, and who, at his decea 
2 Dec. 1596, aged 44, left issue, 

I. John (Sir), Marshal of the King's Bench Prison, who 
herited the family estates upon the demise of his cousin, 
Edmund, to. Bridget, dau. of Sir Thomas Temple, Bart. 
Stowe, and had (with eight daus., of whom Catherine, 
Lord Paisley, and Frances, to. Edward, eldest son of 
Edward Moore, of Odiham, Hants) six sons, of whom 

Edmund, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William Wade, Liei 
of the Tower of London, and had issue, three sons an 
dau. ; William Lenthall (M.P. for Wallingford 1679, 
for Cricklade, 1G81). The elder son, m. twice, 
Stephanie, dau. of Admiral Sir S. Harvey, K.C.B. ; ai 
2ndly, Lucy, dau. of Edward Dunch, first cousin to OlivS 
Lord Protector, but had no issue by either marriage, ai 
selling the old family estates at Latchford and Gr0 
Haseley, terminated this branch of the family ; Edmufll 
the 2nd son, d. 1644; John, the 3rd son, d. 14 Ma; 
1641, without issue ; and Bridget, the only dau., d. uni 

II. William, of whom hereafter. 

III. Thomas. iv. Franci.s. 
And four daus., one of whom to. into the family of Warcu 

and was mother of Sir Edmund Warcup, the historiaa 

The 2nd son. 

The Right Hon. William Lenthall, 6. June, 1591, i 
Speaker of the Long Parliament. He subsequently was a 
pointed Chamberlain of Chester, Chancellor of the Duchy 
Lancaster, and Keeper of the Great Seal. He received 
Patent of Peerage from Oliver, Lord Protector, 1656, and 
the single Parliament assembled by Richard Cromwell, 1 
sat in the Upper House by the title of William, Lord Les 
hall, and so great was his influence and weight at the Best 
ration, that Gen. Monck assured King Charles that he con 
not have brought about that desirable event without 19 
Lenthall's concurrence. This eminent lawyer and statesmi 
in. Ehzabeth, dau. of Ambrose Evans, Esq. of Lodington, c 
Northampton, by whom (who was first cousin of Lucius Cai 
Lord Falkland) he had issue, John, his successor; Willian 
Francis; Frances, in. Roland, son of Sir John Lacey, 
Puddlecote and Shipton, co. Oxford; and Elizabeth. M 
Speaker Lenthall d. at his seat, the Priory, Burford, 1 Se] 
1662. His only surviving son and successor. 

Sir John Lenthall, Member for Gloucester in the Loi 
Parliament, and also for the same place in the Parliame 
called by Richard Cromwell, was Col. in the army. Govern 
of Windsor Castle, and one of the six Clerks in Chancery, a' 
was created a Baronet by Cromwell. He to. 1st, Mary, da 
of Sir William Ayshcombe, of Alverscot, Oxon, but had by b 
no issue. He m. 2ndly, Mary Blewett, relict of Sir Jo: 
Stonhouse, Bart., by whom he had one son, William, and 
dau. Elizabeth, in. Sir Sandys Fortescue, of Buckland Filleig 
Devon. Sir John to. 3rdly, Catherine, dau. of Col. Eusebi 
Andrews, of Edmonton, Middlesex, but had no further isBl 
He was High Sheriff co. Oxford, 1672, and dying 9 Nov. W 
was s. by his only son, 

William Lenthall, Esq., to whom Gen. Monck stc 
sponsor. He to. his first cousin. Lady Catharine Hamill( 
only child of James, Lord Paisley, son and heir of James, '.; 
Earl of Abercorn, by whom (who in. after his decease, the E 
of Abercorn) he left issue at his demise, 5 Sept. 1686, aged ; 
two sons, John, his heir ; and James. The elder, 

John Lenthall, Esq. of Burford, High Sheriff co. Oxfo 
in. Jane, dau. of Sir W. Hill, and had two sons and two da 
The elder son, 

William Lenthall, Esq. of Burford, High Sheriff co. Oxfo 
d. unm. 1781, and was s. by his brother, 

John Lenthall, Esq. of Burford, bapt. 29 Jan. 1722, 
Anne, dau. of the Rev. Christopher Shute, and had two sons 

I. John, of Burford, High Sheriff 1787, in. Sarah, dau. of ' 
Rev. John Caswall, Rector of Swalcliffe, by whom (w 
d. 2 March, 1837) he left at his decease, 1820, with th 
daus., two sons, 

1 William John, m. Frances Mary, eldest dau. ofT.Ter 
Esq. of Beverley, and has one surviving son, Edmi 
Henry, of Lincoln's Inn. 

2 Rowland Henry, of Kemsey, co. Worcester, who 1 
been twice married ; d. leaving an only son, Rowland. 

II. William John. 
The 2nd son, 

William John Lenthall, Esq. of Bessels Leigh, Ber 
b. Jan. 1764, was High Sheriff for the counties of Carnar 
and Merioneth. He m. Jan. 1789, Elizabeth, dau. and 
heiress (with Anne, wife of the Rev. John Nanney, of Maei 
ueuadd, co. Merioneth, and Ermine, wife of Richard Hug 






iiirick, Esq. of Nantclwyd, co. Denbigh), of Sir Thomas 
,'ffin, of Maenan, co. Carnarvon (descended from Einion 
fcl, youngest son of Bladoc, last Prince of Fowls), by whom 
ho d. June, 1791) he had two children, 
Kytfin John William, late of Bcssels Leigh and Maenan 
Ann Margaret, d. 1810, in her 10th year. 

r. Lenlhall d. March, 1855, and was s. by his son, 
Ktffin John William Lenthall, Esq. of Bessels Leigh 
anor and Maenan Hall, J. P. for cos. Carnarvon and Den- 
gh, and D.L. for the former co., High Sheriff co. Carnarvon 
"28, formerly Capt. Royal Denbighshire Blilitia, b. 12 Oct. 
89; m. 18 April, 1818, Mary Anne, eldest dau. of John 
shton, Esq. of The Grange, co. Chester, and by her (who d. 
: Sept. 18C6) had issue, 
Edmund Kyffin, now of Bessels Leigh. 
William Kyffin Kyffin, assumed the name of Ktffin only by 
royal license in 1870, on inheriting the estate of Belmont, 
CO. Denbigh, in compliance with the will of Anne, wife of 
the Rev. John Nanney, dau. and co-heiress of Sir Thomas 
Kyffin; l>. 1822. 
Francis Kyffin, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1824. 
Mary Anne, deceased. 

ed. 1870. 

Arms — Arg., on a bend cottised sa., throe mullets or. Crest 
A greyhound salient sa. collared or. ilntto — Azincourt. 
Seat — Bessels Leigh, near Abingdon; Maenan Hall, 


Lescher, Joseph Francis, Esq. of Boyles Court, 
ssex, J.P. and D.L., b. 6 Aug. 1842 ; s. his father 
571 ; m. 7 May, 1875, Mira Charlotte, only child 
' the late Capt. Wm. Hankey, 9th Lancers, by 
harlotte Cecile his wife, dau. of the Marquis 
Estampes, and has a dau. 
Mira Monica Beata, 6. 28 May, 1876. 

itinCaSC— This family is of Alsatian extraction, and has 
en seated in Essex since 1620. 

Joseph Samuel Lescheii, Esq. of Boyles Court, J. P., D.L., 
id High Sheriff 18G2 (son of Joseph FkancIs Lescheb, Esq. 
Boyles Court, J.P. and D.L., who d. 1829) was b. 1796; 
, Martha, dau. of John Hoy, Esq. of Stoke Lower House, 
iffolk, and had issue, 

I. Joseph Fhancis, now of Boyle Court. 

II. Edmund Charles. 

I. Josephine Mary, m. J. Barry Farrell, Esq. of Glendarra, 
CO. Wexford. 

II. Winefredc Mary, m. Walter Pyke, Esq. of Burdorvcau, 
CO. Cornwall. 

H. Anastatia Jane, r,i. Signor Don J. do Artime. 

rv. Walburga Maria, iii. Major W.Southwell Curzon, B.H.A. 

V. Teresa Slary, "^ 

VI. Mary, > in religion. 

VII. Philomena, ) 
viii. Agatha Mary. 

Id. 1871. 

Ai-ms— Or, a cross gu. on a chief az. a stork avg. beaked and 
?ged of the second. Crest— In front of a bugle-horn sa. a 
xter arm cmbowed in armour ppr. garnished or, entwined by 
serpent, the hand grasping a dagger fessways, the point 
wards the dexter also ppr., pommel and hUt gold. Motto — 
Dgulariter in spe. 

Seat — Boyles Court, near Brentwood, Esssx. Ciiiis— Eeform; 
. George's. 


Leslie, Charles Stephen, Esq. of Balquhain 
id Fetternear, co. Aberdeen, J.P. and D.L., b. 28 
pril, 1832 ; in. 1853, and has surviving issue, 

I. Charles Alotsius, 6. May, 1859. 

II. John Cuthbert, b. April, 1869. 

I. Violet Winefrede Mary Margaret. 

II. Dorothy. iii. Mary Joseph Frances. 
IV. Mary Teresa. 

fLtnragC. — The scotch branch of the Leslies o/.Ba(7i'/ia;/i 
ecame extinct in 1739, on the death of Ernest, Count Leslie, 
fho was s. by Anthony, Count Leslie, from Austria, but on 
is succeeding to his paternal estates in Austria, in 17C0 
vhereherf. s.p. 1802J, the Scotch estates passed, according 
) the entail, to Peter Leslie-Grant, grandson of the 2nd 
au. of Count Patrick Leslie, of Balquhain. Peter Leslie* 
rant d.s.p. 1775, and was .5. by 

Patrick Leslie Duguid, of Auchinhove, son of Theresa, 
3rd dau. of Count Patrick Leslie. The Duguids arc an old 
family, tracing their descent from at least 1470. Their Castle 
of Auchinhove, near Aboyne, was destroyed in the '45, by the 
Duke of Cumberland's soldiers, the wife and children of the 
proprietor being turned out under circumstances of the great- 
est cruelty, and the house burnt before their eyes. Mr. Leslie 
Duguid ((. 1777, and was s. by his son, 

John Leslie, b. 1751; m. 1774, Violet, dau. of John Dalycll, 
Esq. of Barncrosh, co. Kirkcudbright, by whom he had, 

Ernest Patrick, his successor. 

John, in the Austrian Service, lost at sea 1803. 

James Michael, who s. his nephew, John Edward. 

Charles Joseph, who s. his brother, James MichacL 

Anthony Andrew, d. s. p. Edward, d. s. p. 

Francis, ('. .s. p. Louis Xavier, d. s. p. 

Amelia Mary, in. 1801, Alexander Eraser, Esq. of Strichcn, 
whose son became Lord Lovat. 

Harriet, d. unra. Teresa, d. unm. 

Helen, d. v,iun. Margaret Violet Winefrede, d. unm. 

Mr. Leslie d. 1828, aged 77, and was .s. by his son, 

Ernest Leslie, b. 1775, an officer in the Austrian service; 
he m. 1812, Fanny, dau. of Emanuel Baron Stiliricd, by whom 
he had, 

John Edward, his successor. 

Augusta, d. unm. at Prague 1837. 

Mary, m. 1839, her cousin, Edward, Baron Stilfricd. 

Ernest Leslie d. at Frankfort-on-Maine, 1830, and was s. ly 
his son, 

John Edward Leslie, an officer in the Austrian service, 
who d. unm. 19 Aug. 1S44, and was .9. by his uncle, 

James BIichael Leslie, J.P. and D.L., who d. uwn. 1S49, 
and was .s. by his brother. 

Col. Charles Leslie, K.H., b. 17S5; m. 1st, 1836, Mary, 
dau. of Major-Gen. Sir Charles HoUowa/, and by her (who c^. 
1832, had one surviving son, 

Charles Stephen, his successor. 
Col. Leslie m. 2ndly, Dorothy Eyre, who became, on the 
death of her brother Francis, in 18.52, heiress of Hassop, co. 
Derby, and Slindon, Sussex. She d. Nov. 1853, leaving all her 
estates to her husband. Col. Leslie d. at Slindon House, 
10 Jan. 1870, in the 85th year of his age, and was s. by his 
son, Charles Stephen Leslie, Esq., now of Balquhain. 

Arras — Leslie: arg., a fess az. charged with three buckles 
or; Duguid: az., three crosses pattiie arg. Crests — Leslie: A 
griffin's head ppr. ; Duguid: A dove with olive branch in beak 
all ppr. Mottoes — Leslie : Grip fast ; Ddgoid : Patientia, et 

Seats — Fetternear House, co. Aberdeen; Hassop Hall, co. 
Derby ; Slindon House, Sussex. 

Note. — For the previous history of the Leslie family, see a 
very curious old work called the " Lauras Leslaeana," published 
at Gratz, 1092, and compiled from family documents. It was 
written by the Rev. William Leslie, S. J., brother of Count 
James Leslie, in Austria. See also " Bistoiical Records of the 
Family of Leslie, by the late Col. Leslie, K.H.," 1809. 


Leslie, William, Esq. of Warthill, co. Aberdeen, 
J.P. and D.L., M.P. for that co. 1861 to 1866, M.A. 
Aberdeen University, b. 16 March, 1814; m. 16 Nov. 
1848, Matilda Eose, 2nd dau. of the late WiUiam 
Rose Robinson, Esq. of Clermiston, Midlothian, 
Sheriff of co. Lanark, and has issue, 

I. William Douglas, 6. 12 Aug. 1349 ; d. 8 Feb. 1872. 

II. George Farquhar, b. 19 Aug. 1859; d. 9 April, 1860. 

I. Mary Rose, m. 1875, George Arbuthnot, eldest son of 
George Arbuthnot, Esq. of Elderslie, Dorking, and 23, 
Hyde Park Gardens, London, and has issue, Wm. Douglas 
Leslie, b. 1878. 

II. Jane Amy Matilda, m. 1876, Edmund Smith Hanbury, 
eldest son of the late Robert Culling Hanbury, Esq., M.P. 
for Middlesex, and has issue, a dau. 

in. Matilda Florence. 

IV. Katherine Evelyn, m. 1878, John Murray, M.A., eldest 
son of John Murray, Esq. of 50, Albemarle Street, 
London, and Newstead, Wimbledon. 

v. Caroline Alice. 

JLtUCttflC— Alexander Leslie, 1st of Wardes, eldest son 
of William Leslie, 4th Baron of Balquhain, by Agnes Irvine, 
his 2nd wife, got two holly leaves added to his armorial bear- 
ings as a distinctive mark of his family. He m. the heretri.x 
of Balcomie, co. Fife, and had a son and heir, 

John Leslie, of Wardes, m. 1st, Stuart, dau. of the Bishop 





of Moray, who d. s. p. ; 2ndly, Margaret Crichton, dau. of the 
Baron of Frcndraught, by whom he had only one son, who s. 
liira, named Alexander, whose descendants continued the 
■Wardes" succession, and his great-grandson, John, 6th Baron, 
was included amongst the first creation of Nova Scotia 
Baronets, 1625 ; 3rdly, Forbes, dau. of the Laird of Echt, by 
whom he had two sons, William and Alexander. The elder, 

William Leslie, who got from his father the Kemmcls of 
Durno, &c., m. 1st, a dau. of William Rowan, burgess in 
Aberdeen, by whom he had only one son, John, slain at the 
battle of PinUie, 1547. He m. 2ndly, 1518, Janet Ciuick- 
shank, heiress of Warthill, she being only surviving child of 
John, son of Andrew Cruickshank, of Tillymorgan. By this 
lady he is reported to have had twenty-one children. The 
youngest dau., Elizabeth, was m. to Andrew Lyall of Middle- 
hill, and at her wedding all the children danced together in 
the " Ha' of Warthill, 'along with both parents, who were then 
hale and strong. This 1st Laird of Warthill d. 1561, and was 
s. by his son, 

Stephen Leslie, 2nd Laird of Warthill, m. 1st, Margaret 
Leith, of Lickleyhead ; and 2ndly, Bessie Spcns, dau. of the 
L-iird of Boddam. By his first wife he had two sons, William, 
his heir; and Alexander, m. Isabel Runciman, dau. to Sir 
John Priest, of Oyne; also two daus., JuUa, ni. John Ander- 
son, son to William, of Bonnyton; and Margaret, m. Andrew 
Edward, son of William, in Old Rayne. This Stephen dying 
in his 90th year, was s. by his son, 

William Leslie, Srd Laird of Warthill, m. Margaret, dau. 
to Gilbert Gray, of Tullo, by whom he had two sons, James, 
his heir ; and William, of Folia, of whose line hereafter ; also 
two daus., Margaret, the eldest, m. her cousin-german, John 
Gray; and Beatrix, m. Gordon, Laird of Tillichoudie. lie d. 
in his 80th year. The elder son, 

James Leslie, 4th Laird of Warthill, m. Beatrix Abercrom- 
"bie, dau. of Walter, Archdeacon of Aberdeen, son of Birken- 
■bog, by whom he had many children — some say twenty-one. 
•James Leslie d. 1679, after attaining the great age of 105. Ilis 
•eldest son, 

William Leslie, 5th Laird of Warthill, jb. Ann Elphinstone, 
dau. of the Laird of Glack, and grand-niece to the celebrated Elphinstone, of Aberdeen, and had by her four sons, 
I. Alexandeh, his heir; ii. William, Professor of Theology in 
the University of Padua, Bishop of Laybach, Metropolitan of 
C irniola, and a Prince of the Empire, and Privy Councillor to 
His Imperial JIajcsty; iii. James, Merchant in Aberdeen, who 
d.s.p.; and IV. John, a Writer in Edinburgh. The elder son, 

Alexander Leslie, 6th Laird of Warthill, m. 1st, Elizabeth 
Gordon, dau. of the Laird of Badenscoth, by whom he had 
three sons, George, who d. a youth at college; John, his suc- 
cessor; and William, d. unra. He m. 2ndly, Janet Gordon, 
dau. of the Laird of Cocklarachie, and sister of Gordon of 
Auchintoul, made General in the Muscovite army by the Czar, 
Peter the Great ; but she predeceased her husband without 
leaving issue. Dying 1721, aged 66, he was s. by his only 
surviving son, 

John Leslie, 7th Laird of Warthill, m. 1st, Mary Gordon, 
d:iu. of George, Laird of Rothney, who d.s.p.; and 2ndly, 
?I;irgaret, dau. of Patrick Dun. Laird of Tarty, by whom he 
had an only son, Alexander, his successor. He d. 15 May, 
1747, aged 64. His son and heir, 

Alexander Lejlie, Sth Laird of Warthill, m. 1730, at the 
aige of 19, Helen, only dau. of George Seton, of Mounie, by 
ihis 1st wife, Anne Gibson, dau. of Sir Alexander Gib.'-on, of 
Addiston, MidLothian, and had by her six sons and five daus. 
This Alexander d. 1764, and his two eldest sons having pre- 
deceased him, he was s. by his 3rd son, 

Alexander Leslie, 9th Laird of Warthill, m. Isabel Milne, 
dau. of Milne, in Fraserburgh. He d. s.p. 16 Jan. 1799, when 
the succession devolved on his nephew, 

William Leslie, eldest surviving son of George Leslie, of 
Folia (.see the Pedigree which follows), and, in right of his 
mother, Mary (eldest married dau. of Alexander, Sth of Wart- 
hiU), 10th Laird of Warthill. 

^nmilu of ^tslic of J^olk. 

■WittiAM Leslie, of Folia, 2nd son of William, 3rd of Wart- 
hill, was father, by his first wife, Marjory, dau. of William 
Crichton, brother of the Viscount of Frendraught, ofan only son, 

James Leslie, 2nd of Folia, whose eldest son, by his 1st wife, 
Isabel, dau. of William Milne, of MonUshill, 

The Rev. William Leslie, 3rd of Folia, s. his father 1693, 
and having been provided in church living in the co. Fer- 
managh, Ireland, resided there till 1714. He d. unm. Sept. 
1722, aged 71, and was s. by his next brother, 

George Leslie, 4th of Folia. He m. Isabel, dau. of WilliaJB 
Cheyne, of Kaithen ; and d. 21 June, 1730, aged 75, leaTing a 
son and successor, 

The Rev. William Leslie, 5th of Folia, who d. unat, 
31 July, 1743, in his 64th year, and was s. by his only brother, 

John Leslie, 6th of Folia. He m. Elizabeth Gordon, dan. 
of Hugh, Laird of Cults, by whom he had ten children. 
George, the eldest son, alone left any descendants, and he «, 
to the property on his father's death, 25 April, 1783, aged 86. 

George Leslie, 7th of Folia, having had the lands made 
over to him in his father's lifetime, m. 12 June, 1768, Mary, 
3rd dau. of Alexander Leslie, Sth of Warthill (refer to prcvioui 
Pedir/rec), by whom he had two sons and one dau., 

William, his heir, 6. 1770; d. 1857. 

George, who d. unrii. 1798, aged 26. 

Helen, in. 1818, Rev. James Innes, Episcopal Minister ol 
Meicklefolla, by whom she had one son, James, who d. in 

The elder son, 

William Leslie, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 10th Laird of Wart- 
hill, b. 29 June, 1770; m. 16 Jan. 1813, Jane, 3rd and youngest 
dau. of Rev. Patrick Davidson, D.D. of Rayne, and niece 
of Sir Walter Farquhar, Bart., and by this lady had issue, 
William, 11th of Warthill, and present possessor. 
Patrick, in South Wales, b. 25 Sept. 1815 ; m. 1840, Katharine, 
3rd dau. of Hannibal H. Macarthur, Esq. ot Vineyard, and 
has issue, a son, 

William Norman, Capt. 92nd Highlanders, 6. 11 June, 
1841; m. Dec. 1864, Emma, 3rd dau. of Roger Kerrison 
Harvey, of Thorpe, Norfolk, and d. at Daitle, Wiakato, 
New Zealand, 3 May, 1876, having had issue, 
William Leonard, b. Oct. 1S65. 
Ethel Maud. Mabel Marsaili. 

.Aline Ella. Leila Isabel. 

Walter Stevenson Davidson, b. U Dec. 1818; m. 1860, Caro- 
line Anna, dau. of William Rose Kobinson, Esq. 
George Farquhar, a Member of the Legislative Council of 
New South Wales, b. 19 Aug. 1820; m. 1848, Emraeline, 
5th dau. of Hannibal H. Macarthur, Esq. ; and d. 18C0. 
James, b. 5 Dec. 1824 ; d. 8 Oct. 1829. 

Thomas Coat.s, b. 23 Sept. 1826, in China; m. 29 April, 1857, 
Henrietta Marion, 5th and youngest dau. of Sir Robert Dal- 
rymple Elphinstone, Bart, of Logic, Elphinstone; and d. 
Mary Anne, m. 1836, Patrick Davidson, Esq., LL.D., of 
Inchmarlo, and has issue, Duncan, b. 1843, and three 
younger sons and five daus. 
Catherine, m. 1854, Christopher Rolleston, Esq., son of the 
Rev. John Rolleston, of Burton Joyce and Shelford, Notts, 
and has issue, three sons and two daus. 
Arras — Arg., on a bend az. three buckles or; and (in conse- 
quence of descent from Wardes) two holly leaves vert. Crest 

A griffin's head erased ppr. Motto — Grip fast. 
Scat— Warthill, Pitcaple, co. Aberdeen. 


Leslie, George Abeeceomby Young, Esq. of 

KiniiiTie, co. Banff, J.P. and D.L., b. 1803 ; m. 

1841, Barbara King, dau. of the late Lieut.-Gen. 

Stewart, C.B. of Lesmiirdie, and bj her (who d. 

1853) has issue, 

I. Archibald Young, younger, of Kininvie, J.P. and D.L^ 

Capt. 79th Highlanders, 6. 1843; in. 1868, Alice, 3rd dan. 

of Lieut. -Col. Cautley, and has a son, George St£wabt, 

b. 1872. 

ILincaCIC.— Alexander Leslie, 1st Laird of Kininvie, wa« 
the second son of George Leslie, of New Leslie, by his wife, 
Comney Ramsay, of Dalhousie, and grandson of William 
Leslie, 4th baron of Balquhan. He m. Margaret Calder, 
of Nappherson, and got the lands of Kininvie by charter 
from John Stuart, Earl of .•Vthol, 1520. He left a son, 

Walter Leslie, 2nd Laird of Kininvie, in. Catlicrine Grant, 
of Ballindalloch. Ue was a Capt. in the Scotch Guard of 
Francis I. of France, and at his death, 1562, was s. by his son, 

Robert Leslie, 3rd Laird, m. Elizabetli Gordon, of Bel- 
dornie, and c^ 1609, having a son, 

John Leslie, 4th Laird, m. MariaGordon,of Haddo,by whom 
he had two sons and a dau. The sons d. in infancy, and the 
dau. rn. Gordon of Buckie. He hi. 2ndly, Margaret Ogilvie, of 
Milntoun, by whom he had three daus. and six sons, John, who 
d. before his father without issue; Alexander; George; 
Norman; David; and Robert. His eldest dau., Isabella, m. 
James Sharpe, Laird of Banff Castle, whose son, James, 
became the celebrated Archbishop of St. Andrews and Primate 
of Scotland, and was murdered by the Covenanters. John 
Leslie d. in 1625, and was s. by his eon, 






lANDEB Leslie, 5th Laird, m. Anne Innes, of Tombrc- 
hach, and d. 1C52, leaving a son, 

John Leslie, 6th Laird, »i. llelen Grant, of Ballintomh, and 
'. 11 May, 1712, leaving a son, 

Alesandeb Leslie, 7tli Laird, who sold the estate to his 
TOther, James, 19 May, 1718 (an inscription on a stone built 
Qto the wall of the mansion house, records this transaction), 
fext in succession was John Leslie's brother, 

James Leslie, 8th Laird, who in the year 1730 entailed the 
states of Kininvicand TuUoch. Kem. 1st, Helen Carmichael, 
{ Clappertown Hall, Midlothian, but by her (who d. 1717) he 
eft no issue. He m. 2ndly, Margaret Birnie, and left a son, 

James Leslie, 9th Laird, to. Helen Stewart, of Lesmurdie, 

May, 1730. This Laird renounced his life rent interest in 
he estates in favourof his eldest son 17G7, and d. 1791, having 
urvivcd his wife 29 years. He left a numerous family, and 
vas g. by his eldest son, 

James Leslie, 10th Laird, who dying unvi. 1802, was s. by 
lis brother, 

Alexander Leslie, 11th Laird. He served throughout the 
Vmerican War in the old 82nd Highland regt., and d. 1S39. 
U his death the estates devolved upon his nephew, 

Abchibald Young Leslie, 12th Laird, son of Robert Young, 
Isq. of Johnstown Lodge, by Jean his wife (vii.SMarch, 1767), 
lau. of James Leslie, 9th Laird of Kininvie. He m. 2 July, 
1797, Jane, dau. of James Donaldson, Esq. of Kinnairdy, and 
;rand-dau. of Sir James Innes, of Coxtoun. Archibald Leslie 
I. 31 Oct. 1841, and was s. by his eldest son, 

George Abebcboubt Youno Leslie, 13th Laird, ' 

^rms— Arg., on a bend az. three buckles or. Crest— A 
frifBn's head erased ppr. Motto — Grip fast. 
Stat — Kininvie House, Dufftown, N.B. 

Note. — For previous historyof the familysec Laurus Leslceana, 
tlso Col. Leslie's Historical Record of the Family of Leslie. 


Leslie, Eitilt Eleai>-oea Wilheimina, of Balli- 
bay, CO. Monaghan, only surviving child and heiress 
of the late Charles Albert Leslie, Esq. of Bally bay, 
s. 1838 ; m. 1st, 1827, Arthur French, Esq. of Sack- 
ville Street, Dublin, and by him (who d. March, 
1843) had issue, 

I. Robert Charles, 6. 1S2S, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff for co. 
Monaghan 1857; jh. Philippa Charlotte Mary, eldest dau. 
of the late Capt. Edward Kelso, of Kelsoland. 

II. Charles Albert Leslie, Capt. 2nd Dragoon Guards, m. 
Agnes, dau. of Samuel Laing, Esq., M.P. 

I. Helen Charlotte, m. James Blake, Esq. of Gregg Castle, 

CO. Galway. 
n. Albertine Caroline, m. James Ryan, Esq. 
ui. Henrietta Alexandrina Victoria, in. Col. Charles Kendal 

Bushe, 59th regt. 

The heiress of Ballibay m. 2ndly, 18i4, the Eev. John 
Chas. "William Leslie, 4th son of James Leslie, Esq. 
of Leshe HiU, co. Antrim {see Leslie of Leslie Sill), 
and by him (who d. 29 Nov. 1877) had issue, 

I. Ferdinand Seymour, h. Oct. 1S45, B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxford, 

Lieut. 1st King's Dragoon Guards. 
I. Marion Adelaide, in. Walter Pialeigb Trevelyan, Esq. of 

Emsworth House, Hants. 

HiUCTltir.— The first settlement In Ireland of the Irish 
Lr.sLiES, who are a branch of the noble House of Rothes, and are 
allied by blood to many of the nobility of Scotland, took place 
in the reign of James 1. ; and different members of the family 
now possess considerable estates in cos. Monaghan, Antrim, 
Down, Donegal, and Mcath. 

The Most Rev. Henry Leslie (or Leslet), D.D., 6. 1580, 
removing from Scotland, settled in Ireland 1614, where he was 
ordained 8 April, 1617. He was Chaplain to King Charles I. 
He had a younger brother, George, a Prebendary of Lismore, 
and Rector of Ahoghill, co. Down. Inl619the Crown presented 
him to the Prebend of Connor, which, 1027, he resigned for 
the Deanery of Down. He was also made Treasurer of St. 
Patrick's, Dublin, and, 1635, was advanced to the Bishopric of 
Down and Connor, whence at the Restoration he was trans- 
lated to Meath. He d. 7 April, 1661, leaving issue, with two 

Robert (Right Rev.), D.D., successively Bishop of Dromore 
and Kaphoe, 1671. He </. 10 Aug. 1672. 

James, of whose line we treat. William. 

The 2nd son, 

James Leslie, of Leslie House, co. Antrim, b. 21 Kov. 1624; 
m. Jane, dau. of John Ethlin, Esq. of Ardquin, co. Down («e« 
that Soiiiily), and was s. by his eldest son. 

The Ven. Henry Leslie, D.D., Archdeacon of Down, b. 
4 \ov. 1651, Chaplain to the Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieut, of 
Ireland. In 16b0 he obtained a Prebend in the Cathedral of 
Down, which he resigned, 1C96, for the Archdeaconry. He ni. 
JIargarct Beadian, of an EngUsh family, and had, with other 
issue, a son and a dau., 

Peter, his successor. 

Penelope, m. Edmund Francis Stafford, Esq. of Brownstown, 
CO. Mtath, and had a dau., Anne, m. Arthur, 1st Viscount 

Archdeacon Leslie d. 1733, and was s. by his son. 

Rev. Peter Leslie, b. 1686, Rector of Ahoghill, co. Antrim, 
m. Jane, dau. of Anthony Dopping, D.D., Bishop of Meath, 
and had issue, 

Henry, LL.D., his heir. 

James, of Leslie Hill, co. Antrim, 6. 1728; m. 1st, Mrs. 
Hamilton ; and 2ndly. Sarah Fleming; but d. s.p. 1796. 

Samuel, Major in the 14th regt., d. unm. 

Edmond, Ven. Archdeacon of Down (sye Leslie of Leslie Hill). 

Margaret, m. Very Rev. Hill Benson, Dean of Connor 1753, 
who d. nib. Jane, in. Rev. Mr. Stewart. 

The eldest son, 

Rev. Henry Leslie, of Ballybay, co. Monaghan, LL.D., b. 
Oct. 1719, Prebendary of Tullycorbet, Clogher, and afterwards 
Prebendary of Tandragee, in the Cathedral of Armagh; m. 
17.53, Catherine, dau. of Very Rev. Charles Meredyth, Dean of 
Ardfert, and d. 1803, leaving issue, 

Peter Henry, b. 1755 ; killed in action in America. 

Charles Albert, his heir. 

Catherine Letitia, m. William Foster, Bishop of Clogher, 
brother of Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish 
House of Commons, who was created Lord Oriel. 
Tiie only surviving son, 

Charles Albert Leslie, Esq. of Ballibay, co. Bfonaghan, 
b. 'JSMay, 1765; w. July, 1799, Ellen, youngest dau. of Richard 
Magenis, Esq. of Waringstown, co. Down [see that Family), and 
left at his decease, 1838, an only surviving child, Emilt 
Eleanora Wilhelmina, now of Pallibay. 

./}}•!)!«— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, arg., on a bend az. three 
buckles or, for Leslie; 2nd and 3rd, or, a lion rampant gu., 
debruised by a riband sa., for Abernethy. Crest — An angel ppr. 
Motto — Grip fast. 

Seat — Ballibay House, Ballibay, co. Monaghan. 


Leslie, James Edmund, Esq. of Leslie Hill, 
Ballymoney, and Seaport Lodge, Bushmills, co. 
Antrim, educated at the University of Edinburgh, 
and at Ch. Ch. Oxford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
CO. Antrim 1854-55, b. 3 April, 1800 ; m. 14 April, 
1823, Sarah, youngest dau. of the Right Eev. Daniel 
Sandford, D.D., Bishop of Edinburgh {see Sand- 
FOED of Sandford), and by her (who d. 20 Dec. 
1864) has had issue, 

I. James Sandford, 6. 10 Aug. 1824 ; d. 26 Jan. 1829. 

II. Henry Erskine, 6. 15 Nov. 1825 ; d. 10 Feb. 1829. 

III. Edmond Douglas, Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Col. Royal 
Antrim Rifles, 5. 22 Sept. 1823. 

IV. Daniel Sandford, b. 5 March, 1830 ; d. 28 Dec. 1830. 

V. Seymour Montague, of the Probate Office, London, h. 14 
Nov. 1835; in. 30 Oct. 1866, Louisa, youngest dau. of the 
late William Graham, Esq. of Fitzharris, Berks, by whom 
(who d. 7 June, 1869) he has issue, James Graham, b. 14 
Nov. 18G3; and Sarah Harriett Penelope, 6. 13 Sept. 1867. 
He TO. 2ndly, 22 Oct. 1878, Sarah Alice, youngest dau. of 
George Vincent, Esq. of Westminster. 

v:. Francis Macnaghten, late Lieut. 53rd Fusiliers, b. 7 Feb. 

v;:. Erskine Douglas, 6. and d. June, 1839. 

I. Frances Mary, m. 10 Feb. 1864, Rev. Andrew George 
Gilmore, Rector of Selworthy, Somerset. 

II. Mary Wilhelmina. , 

Hi. Sarah Agnes, hi. 23 Sept. 1862, Col. Sir Herbert Bruce 
Sandford, R.A., second son of Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford. 
IV. Jane Elizabeth. 

ililiraflC— TuE Ven. Edmund Leslie, D.C.L., appointed 
I Archdeacon of Down 1782, and also a Prebendary of Connor, 






b. Nov. 1735, 4th son of Eev. Peter Leslie (see Leslie of 
BaUihay); m. 1st, Jane, Uau. of John Macnaghten, Esq. of 
Benvarden, co. Antrim, and had by her four sons and a dan., 

Peter, d. in London. Bartholomew, d. in India. 

James, of whom presently. Edmund, d. in India. 

Mary, m. Rev. Mr. lioraston. 
Archdeacon Leslie m. 2ndly, Eleanor, dau. of George Portis, 
Esq. of London, and had by her, 

I. George, to. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Eev. Francis Hut- 
che-son, D.D., of Donaghadee, co. Down, by whom he left 
at his decease, 1831, 

1 Edmund Francis, of Donaghadee, co. Down, J. P., B.A. 
of Trin. Coll. Dublin, and formerly Capt. North Down 
Itifles, 6. 1817 ; «. 1853 ; to. 185.^, Florinda, dau. of R. B. 
iiagley, Esq., and widow of Nathaniel Alexander, Esq. of 
Portglunone, formerly M.P. for co. Antrim, by whom (who 
d. 24 May, 18G1) he had a dau., Elizabeth Florinda, who 
d. 19 April. ISGJ. Mr. E. F. Leslie d. 7 Feb. 18G2. 

2 George, oi Donaghadee, Lieut.-Col. Royal Artillery, m. 
1855, Albina Jane, dau. of James Shaw, Esq., a Judge of 
the Supreme Court of Calcutta, and has, with other issue, 
George Francis, 6. 18CG. 

1 Mary Ellinor, m. William Thomas Poe, Esq. of Solsboro', 
and (/. leaving issue. 2 Elizabeth, d. young. 

3 Ellen, m. Daniel de la Cherois, Esq. of Donaghadee, co. 
Down {see that name). 

II. Ilcnry (Very Rev.), Dean of Connor from 1823 to 1833, 
when he resigned for preferment in England. He to. Mrs. 
Harriette Inglis, and d. s. p. 1848. 

III. Samuel, Esq., Rear-Admiral R.N., to. Martha, dau. of 
George Vauglian, and d. s.p. Sept. 1851. 

1. Ellen, TO. Rev. Stephen Dickson, youngest son of William 
Dickson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down and Connor; and cL 
in giving birth to her dau., Ellen, who hi. Dr. Christian, 
and d. 23 Aug. 1808, leaving a dau., Sclina. 
Archdeacon Leslie's eldest surviving son, 

James Leslie, Esq., J. P. and D.L.. s. to the estates of Leslie 
Hill upon the demise of his uncle, James Leslie, Esq., 179G. 
In 1799 he was High Sheriff for the co. Antrim. He was b. 
17 July, 17G8; and d. 17 April, 1847; having m. 28 Feb. 1795, 
Mary, dau. of Adam Cuppage, Esq. of Donicloney, co. Down, 
by whom (who d. 1 Feb. 1847) he had issue, 
James Edmdnd, now of Leslie Hill. 

Henry, Trin. Coll. Dublin, J. P. for co. Antrim ; m. 30 Aug. 
1849, Harriet Ann, eldest dau. of Capt. Thomas Job Seyer 
Hanmer, R.N., of Holbrook Hall, Suffolk, and has issue, 
Henry Hanmer, h. 1 Dec. 1853; Mary Emily, Helen Maria; 
Constance Harriet Augusta; and Edith. Mr. H. Leslie c^. 
5 July, 18G4. 
Francis Seymour, late of the Home Office, m. 
John Charles William (Rev.), m. Emily Eleanor Williel- 
mina, widow of A. French, Esq., and dau. and heiress of 
Charles Albert Leslie, Esq. of Ballibay, and d. 29 Nov. IS 77 
(see Leslie cjf Baltibay). 

Arm!, &c. — See Leslie nf BaUihay. 

iS«a«3— Leslie Hill, Ballyraoney ; and Seaport Lodge, Bush- 
mills, CO. Antrim. 


Le Strange, Hamon, Esq. of Hunstanton Hall, 
Norfolk, h. 25 Nov. 1840, J.P. and D.L. for that 
CO., for some years a Secretary in H.M. Diplomatic 
Service ; dropped the surname of Styleman, 1 May, 
1871 ; m. 20 Dec. 1866, at Boston, Emmeline, dau. 
of William Austin, Esq. of Boston, Massachusetts, 
U.S., and has issue, 

I. Roland, &. in Paris, 5 March, 18G9. 

II. Austin, h. 22 May, 1874. iii. Eric, 6. 20 Jan. 1878. 
I. Emmeline, 6. 7 l"eb. 1872. 

ILfltCJigC.— Sir IIamon le Strange, Knt., who was en- 
feoffed of Ilun.<-tanton, 3 Edward II., by his brother, John, 
6th Lord Strange, of Knockyn, was 3rd son of John Le Strange, 
Lord Le Strange, of KnocUyn, by Maud his wife, dau. and 
heir of Roger Deivill, of co. Warvsrick, and grandson, by Joan 
de Somery, co-heiress of her mother, Nicha, eldest dau. of 
William de Albini, Earl of Arundel, of John, Lord Strange, 
of Knockyn, 5lh in descent from Roland le Strange, the patri- 
arch of the house (witness to a deed, a.d. 1112), whose wife, 
Matilda le Brun, was ilau. and heiress of Ralph Fitz-Hcrluin, 
who held lanils in Hunstanton under Roger Bigot, Earl of 
Norfolk. Sir Ilainon ni. Margaret, dau. of Ralph Vernon, and 
heiress of Richard Vernon, descended from the Lords Vernon, 
of Shipbrook, co Chester, and left a son and successor, 

Hamon le Strange, Esq. of Hunstanton, m. Katherine, dau. 
and heir of Lord Cauaoys, and dying te»yj. Bichabd II. 1399, 
was «. by his sou. 

SiE John le Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, 1381, m. Eleanor, 
dau. and heir of Sir Richard Walkfare, Knt., and d. G Henry V, 
1418, leaving a son and heir, 

John le Strange, Esq. of Hunstanton, to. Alice, dau. and 
heir of Nicholas Beaumont, Esq.; d. 1436, and was fatherof 

Roger le Strange, Esq. of Hunstanton, m. Jane Bebe, and 
was s. by his son. 

Sir Henry le .Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, whose will beara 
date 29 Nov. 1483. He to. Katherina, dau. of Roger Drury, 
Esq. of Halsted, Suffolk, d. 25 Nov. 1485, and was s. by his .son, 

Sir Roger le Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, Esquire of the 
Body to Henry VII., to. Ann, dau. of Sir Christopher Heydon, 
Knt., and dying s. p. 1506, was ?. by his brother, 

Sir Robert le Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, m. Anne, dau. 
and co-heir of Thomas le Strange, of Walton, co. Warwick, 
and by her (who to. 2ndly, Sir Edward Knyvet) left at bis 
decease, 3 Henry VIII., a son and successor. 

Sib Thomas le Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, 6. 1494, IligU 
Sheriff of Norfolk 1532, Esquire of the Body to Henry Vlll., 
TO. Anne, dau. of Thomas, Lord Vaux, and by her (who was 
5th in descentfrom Johnof Gaunt, 4th son of King Edward III.) 
had sixteen children, of whom one of the younger sons, 
Richard, settlcdin Ireland, andwasancestoroftheL'EsTRANGES 
of Mnystown, King's Co., the L'Estranoes of Keoltown, co. 
Westmeath, &c., &c. Sir Thomas d. 17 Jan. 1544, and was «. 
by his eldest son. 

Sir Nicholas le Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, High Sheriff 
of Norfolk 1547, in. Eleanor, dau. of Sir William Fitzwilliams, 
of Melton, and d. 20 Feb. 1579, leaving a son and successor. 

Sir Hamon lb Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, High Sheriff of 
Norfolk 1573, in. Elizabeth,* dau. and co-heir of Sir Hugh 
Hastings, of Elsing, in that co., the lineal descendant and 
representative of John, Lord Hastings, one of the competitors 
for the throne of Scotland 1285 (being the grandson and heir 
of Ada, the youngest of the three daus of David, Earl of Hunt- 
ingdon; Balliol being the grandson of the eldest dau., and 
Bruce being the son of the 2nd dau.), who was summoned tD 
Parliament from 1290 to 1313. By this lady. Sir IIamon, wli:> 
d. 20 F'eb. 1579, left a son and successor. 

Sir Nicholas le Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, M.P. fur 
Norfolk, 1 Edward VI., to. Mary, dau. of Sir Robert Bell, 
Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and was s. at his decease, 
22 Dec. 1591, by his son. 

Sir Hamon le Strange, Knt. of Hunstanton, in. Alice, don. 
and co-heir of Richard Stubbs, Esq. of Sedgeford, and h;ul 
three sons, Nicholas, his heir; Hamon, of Pakenham, Suffolk; 
and Roger (Sir), the celebrated writer in the time of the Com- 
monwealth. Sir Hamon d. 31 May, 1G54, aged 71, and was s. 
by his eldest son. 

Sir Nicholas le Strange, of Hunstanton, created a Bart. 
1 June, 1629. He to. Ann, dau. and heir of Sir Edward 
Lewknor, Knt. of Denham, 4th in descent from the marriage 
of Nicholas Lewknor, Esq. with Isabella Radmylde, dau. ami 
eventually co-heir (with her sister, Margaret,! wife of John 
Goring, of Burton) of Ralph Radmylde, Esq. of Sussex, by Mar- 
garet, his wife, sister and co-heir of Hugh de Camoys, Baron 
Camoys, as proved in the House of Lords 1839. By Ann his 
wife, who d. July, 16G3, aged 51, Sir Nicholas left at his 
decease, 24 July, 1G55, aged 52, a son and successor. 

Sir Hamon le Strange, 2nd hart, of Hunstanton, d. unrn. 
seven montlis after his father, 15 Feb. 16i5, o.s., aged 24, and 
was s. by his brother. 

Sir Nicholas L'Estranoe, 3rd bart. of Hunstanton, m. 1st, 
Mary, dau. and eventual heir of John Coke, Esq. of Holkham, 
by his wife Muriel Wheatley, heiress of Holkham, and granJ- 
dau. of Sir Edward Coke, the Chief Justice. By this lady ho 
had a son and heir, Nicholas. Sir Nicholas to. 2ndly, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Sir Justinian Isham, Bart., and by her had, with 
two sons, who d. s. p., two daus., the elder of whom, Elizabeth, 
to. Robert Tash, Esq. Sir Nicholas U. 13 Dec. 1669, and was 
s. by his son and successor. 

Sir Nicholas L'Estrange.J 4th bart. of Hunstanton, m. 
Ann, dau. of Sir Thomas Wodchouse, of Kimberley, by Ann 

* As one of the co-heirs of this Elizabeth Hastings, Henry 
L'Estrange Styleman le Strange, 1841, proved in the House of 
Lords his claim, as one of the coheirs, to the Barony of 
Hastings, created 1264, but the Crown exercised its preroga- 
tive in favour of Sir Jacob Astley, the youngest co-heir. 

t From Margaret derives Thomas Stonor, Lord Camoys. 

t It was Sir Nicholas, the 3rd bart., who, as appears hy 
reference to his signatures, first altered the original spelliiiK 
le Strange to L'Estrange, but the old orthography was resumed 
by the late Mr. le Strange. 





! s wife, aau. and co-heir of Sir William Armine, of Osgodby, 
■ ). Lincoln, and had by her three sons and two daus., 

Hamon, il. unra. on his travels, 1715. 
I Thomas, 5th bart. Henky, 6th bart. 

Aemine, Id. Nicholas Sttleman, Esq. of Sncttishain, Norfolk. 

Lucy, m. 1721, Sir Jacob Astley, Uart., and was great- 
grandmother of Sir Jacob Astlcy, Bart., in whose favour 
the abeyance of the Barony of Hastings was terminated, 1811. 

if Nicholas d. 18 Dec. 1724, aged C3, and was s. by his son, 

Sib fiioMAS L'Estrange, 5th bart. of Hunstanton, who m. 

nnc, dau. and at length sole heir of Sir Christopher Calthorpe, 

B., of East Barsham, but dying s.p- 8 Nov. 1751, was s. by 
is brother. 

Sir Henrt L'Estrange, 6th bart. of Hunstanton, who m. 
;ary, dau. of the Hon. Roger North, of Rougham, but d. s.p. 

Sept. 17C0, when the baronetcy passed to Roger L'Estrange, 
f Harleston, son of Roger L'Estrange, of Iloe, and grandson 
f Sir Nicholas L'Estrange, 1st bart. He became 7th bart., 
ad by his 3rd wife, Elizabeth Redo, had an only son, who pre- 
eceased him, so that on his death, 21 April, 1762, the 
aronctcy expired. The elder sister and co-heir of Sir Henry, 

Akmine L'Estrange, who was ra. to Nicholas Sttleman, 
sq. of Snettisham, had with other children, who d. under 
ge, two sons, Nicholas Sttleman, Esq. of Hunstanton and 
nettisham, who m. Catherine Henley, but d. s. p. 9 Jan. 
788; and 

The Rev. Armine Sttleman, of Ringstead, Norfollt, who 
I. Ann, dau. of James Elakeway, Esq., ll.N., and had issue, 

Henrt, his heir. 

Nicholas, m. Ehzabcth, dau. of Frank Cobb, Esq. of Margate, 

but d. s. -p. 
Catlierine, ra. 1st, the Rev. Edward Roger North, Vicar of 

Haiiowe, in Essex, grandson of the Hon. Roger North, of 

Hougham ; and 2ndly, Sir Mordaunt Martin, Bart. 
Anne, m. 1st, Tomkyus Dew, Esq. of co. Hereford; and 2ndly, 

Licut.-Col. Powell, of the same co. 
Mary, d. num. Armine, d. unm. 

Lucy, VI. Willinm Herring, Esq. of Norwich, great nephew 

of Archbishop Herring. 

he Rev. Armine Styleman d. 3 April, 1S03, and was s. by his 

Henry Sttleman, Esq. of Hunstanton and Snettisham, High 
lieriff of Norfolk 1804, who to. 1st, 1780, Mary, dau. of George 
regg, Esq. of Haling, Middlesex, which kuly d. s. p. 7 Dec. 
307 ; and 2ndly, 5 Dec. 1609, Emilia, dau. of Benjamin 
reedy, Esq. of St. Albans, by whom he left at his decease, 
j March, 1819, one son and two daus., 

Henry L'Estrange, his heir, who assumed 1839, the ancient 
surname of his ancestors, and became Henry L'Estrange 
Sttleman le Strange, Esq. of Hunstanton and Snettis- 

Emilia L'Estrange, m. 31 May, 1834, Rev. Frederick Thomas 
William Cooke Fitzroy, M.A., Rector of Great Ringstead, 
4th son of the late Gen. the Hon. William Fitzroy, youngest 
son of Charles, 1st Lord Southampton. 

Armine L'Estrange, m. 1840, William Charles James Camp- 
bell, Esq., then Capt. 3rd Dragoon Guards. 

he only son, 

Henry L'Estrange Styleman le Strange, Esq. of Hun- 

anton, J. P. and D.L., b. 25 Jan. 1815; to. 25 July, 1839, 

imesina .Joyce Ellen, youngest dau. and eventual co-heiress 

John Stewart, Esq. of Belladrum, co. Inverness, and had, 

Hamon, now of Hunstanton Hall. 

Charles, Lieut. R.N. Guy. 

Janiesina, to. 19 July, 1866, Rev. Adolphns Waller, 2nd and 
youngest son of Sir Thomas Waller, Hart. 

Alice, ),(. 8 June, 1872, Laurence Oliphant, Esq., son of Sir 
Anthony Oliphant, C.B. 

Ada, m. 9 June, 1870, E. Heneage Wynne Finch, Esq. of 
Stokesley, Yorks. 

reviously to the termination of the abeyances, Mr. Styleman 
e Strange was declared by the House of Lords to be one of 
le co-heirs of the Barony of Camoys, and also of the Barony 
r Hastings. He d. 27 July, 1862, and was s. by his son, the 
resent Hamon le Strange, Esq. of Hunstanton. 

A-nnx—Gu., two lions passant arg. Crest — A lion statant 
lil extended or. il7o«o— Mihi parta tueri. 
&aJ- Hunstanton Hall, Lynn Regis, Norfolk. 

(1830), late Lieut. -Col. Commanding 3rd rcgt. 
Stattordshifo Ride Militia, and formerly an officer 
60th Kojal Eillcs, b. 21 Nov. 1810 ; m. 1 Aug. 1848, 
Elizabeth Mary, dau. of John Mirehouse, Esq. ot" 
Browusladc, co. Pembroke, Common Serjeant of 
London, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Dr. Eisher, 
Eishop of Salisbury, and has issue, 

I. Richard Walter Byrd, of Hall, Angle, co. Pembroke, 
J. P., b. 5 May, 1849; who has assumed the surname of 


II. William Swinnerton ByrJ, b. 185G. 

III. Egerton Bagot Byrd, b. 1857. 

IV. Walter Leveson Bryd, 6. 1859. 

I. Louisa Mary, b. 1851. ii. Evelyn Honora, 6. 1653. 

ni. Isabel Mary, 6. 18G8. 

ILtUCTttJC— William Levett, Esq. of Savernake, Wilts, 
Page to King Charles I. at the time of that monarch's death, 
j was father of Sir Richard Levett, Knt., Lord Mayor cf 
London 1700, who had, with other issue, a dau., Elizabeth, 
m. 1713, Sir Edward Hulse, Bart., M.D., and a son, Richard 
I Levett, Esq., Alderman of London, who m. Anne Sweetaplc, 
and had a son and successor, the Rev. Richard Levett, 
Rector of Blithfield and Leigh, co. Stafford, who m. Catherine 
Walcot, of Walcot, Salop, and was father of 

The Rev. Richard Levett, Vicar of West Wycombe, Bucks, 
who VI. Lucy, dau. and heir of Edward Byrd, Esq. of Field 
and Brocton, co. Stafford, and of Smallwood, co. Chester, and 
by her (through whom came the Milford estate) left at his 
decease 1805, a son and successor, 

The Rev. Richard Levett, of Milford Hall, 6. 17 Nov. 
1772, who VI. 16 Jan. 1804, Louisa Frances, 4th dau. of the 
Rev. Walter Bagot, of Blithfield, co. Stafford (brother of the 
1st Lord Bagot), by Anne his wife, dau. of William Swinnerton, 
Esq. of Butterton Hall, co. Stafford, and had issue, 

Richard Byrd, now of Milford Hall. 

Frances Mary. 

Mr. Levett d. 25 Aug. 1843; his widow, March, 1864. 

Arms — Arg., a lion r.impant sa., murally crowned or, and 
two crosses fitchee, in pale, between two piles, issuing from the 
dexter and sinister chiefs of the second, each pile charged with 
three crosses-crosslet fitchee of the third. Cnst — A demi-liou 
or, entwined with a sprig of laurel vert, and supporting a cross- 
crosslet fitchee sa. 

SeaJ— Milford HaU, Stafford. 


See Caeieton. 


Letett, Eichaed Eyed, Esq. of Milford Hall, 
0. Stafford, J.P. and D.L., B.A. Ch. Ch, Oxford 


Levett, TnEOPHiLrs John, Esq. of Wychnor 
Park, CO. Stafford, J.P. and D.L., Lieut. -Col. Com- 
manding 2nd batt. Staffordshire Volunteers, and 
Capt. Q. O. Staffordshire Yeomanry, formerly Capt. 
1st Life Guards, b. 11 Dec. 1829 ; m. 10 Jan. 1856, 
Lady Jane Lissey Harriet Feilding, dau. of the 7th 
Earl of Denbigh, and has issue, 

I. Theophilds Basil Percy, 6. Dec. 1856. 

II. Berkeley John Talbot, b. 11 Nov. 1863. 
I. Mary Louisa Margaret. 

ILtnratJC. — Theophilus Levett, Esq. of Wychnor Park, 
CO. Stafford, derived from a common ancestor with the Levetts 
of Milford Hall, m. Mary, 2nd dau. and co-heir of John 
Babington, Esq. of Paekington, co. Warwick, and dying 1746, 
left issue, Thomas; John, who purchased Wychnor 1765; 
Richard (Rev.) ; and Anne, m. Rev. Richard Levett, of West 
Wycorab. The eldest son, 

Thomas Levett, Esq. of Wychnor Park, m. 1762, Catherine, 
dau. and eventually co-heir of Charles Floyer, Esq. of Hint.s, 
CO. Stafford, by Susannah, his wife, dau. and co-heir of Waldy vc 
Willington, Esq. of Hurley, co. Warwick, and had issue, 

Theopuilos, his heir. 

Thomas (Rev.), of Paekington, to. Wilmot Maria, dau. of Sir 

N. B. Gresley, Bart. ; but d. s. p. 1843. 
Anne, d. unvi. 
Catherine, vi. 1794, her cousin, William Hiunberstonc 

Cawley Floyer, Esq. of Hints Hall, co. Stafford. 

The son and heir, 

Theophilds Levett, Esq. of Wychnor Park, High Sheriff of 
CO. Stafford 50 George III., and Recorder of Lichfield, ,;;. 
Frances, dau. of Thomas Prinsep, Esq. of Croxall Hall, ci». 
Derby, and has issue, i. John, his heir; ii. Theophilus, m. 
Henrietta, dau. of the Rev. Juhn Templer, of Devon; 
HI. Thomas, who took the surname of Pbinsep; ho jn. 1st, 





Margaret, dan. of David Monroe, Esq., by whom he had one 
surviving dau., Margaret Catherine, wife of R. T. K. Levett, 
Esq. of Pacliington Hall ; and 2ndly, Caroline, dau. of the Rev. 
Julin Templer; iv. Arthur, married; i. Frances, w. William 
Gist, Esq. ; ii. Mary, m. the Rev. John MuclUestone ; and 
in. Anne. BIr. Levett c?. 3 Dec. 1839, and was s. by his son, 

John Levett, Esq. of Wychnor Parle and Packington Hall, 
whoj/i. 19 Feb. 1829, Sophia Eliza, niece of the Marquess of 
Ailsa, and dau. of the Hon. Robert Kennedy, by Jane his wife, 
sister of Gen. Alexander Macomb, Commander-in-Chief of the 
armies of the United States in America, and d. 1853, leaving 

Theophilus John, now of Wychnor Park. 

Robert Thomas Kennedy, of Packington Hall, Lichfield, J.P. 

and D.L., b. 29 April, 1831 ; m. 1860, his cousin, Margaret, 

dau. of the late Thomas Levett Prinsep, Esq. of Croxall 

Hall, and has surviving issue, 

1 Tliomas Prinsep, b. 1862. 2 Walter Mackenzie, 6. 1867. 

1 Mary Frances. 

Edward, b. 18 Dec. 1832; late Major 10th Hussar.s: m. Caro- 
line, 3rd dau. of the late Dr. Longley, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, and has two daus. 

Cliarles Richard, b. 14 June, 1834; Capt. 1st King's Dragoon 
Guards; m. 18.59, Katherine, eldest dau. of Capt. Williams, 
R.N., and has six sons and one dau. 

Henry Gordon, late 3rd Hussars, b. 26 July, 1841. 

Sophia Frances Margaret, m. 9 Oct. 18G0, the Hon. and Rev. 
G. B. Legge, brother of the Earl of Dartmouth. 

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant between three crosssB-crosslet 
fitchee sa., a bordure engrailed az. charged witli four crosses- 
crosslet fitchee, and as many fleurs-de-lis alternately or. Crest 
— A demi-lion arg. ducally crowned or, gorged with a collar az., 
in the dexter paw a cross-crosslet fitchee sa., the sinister paw 
resting on an escutcheon, of the tliird, charged with a fleur-de- 
lis gold. 

Seat— Wychnor Park, Burton-on-Trent. 


See preceding Memoir. 



Lewes, William Peice, Esq. of Llysnewydd, co. 
Carmarthen, late of the 96tli regt., Col. Commancling 
Royal Carmarthen Artillery Militia, J.P. and D.L. 
for COS. Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan, and 
High Sheriff for the last-named shire 1859, b. 5 Nov. 
1813 ; m. 21 Oct. 1837, Anna, elder dau. of James 
Bcatty, Esq., M.D. of Enniskillen, Ireland, and has, 

I. AViLLtAM Price Llewellyn, J.P. cos. Cardigan and 
Carmarthen, Major 51st regiment, 6. 30 Aug. 1838; to. 
10 Jan. 1872, Sarah Cecilia, 2nd dau. of John Deane- 
]>i;ike, Esq. of Stokestown, and has a son, William, and 

It. Thomas Powell, b. 18 Aug. 1860. 

I. WiUiama Susanna, m. April, 1874, John Richard Howell, 
I>n. of Glaspant, co. Carmarthen. 

zi. Elizabeth Cecilia Johanna, r/i. Aug. 1861, Essex Bowen, 
Esq., M.D., of Llwyngwair, co. Pembroke, and is de- 

HI. Mary Anna, m. March, 18C9, James Bowen Summers, 
Esq. of Milton, co. Pembroke. 

iltnCJttJC. — The family of Lewes is amongst the oldest in 
Wales, and claims descent from Ednowain ap Bradwen, Lord 
of Llys-Bradwen, founder of the 15th noble tribe of North 
Wales and Powis, 4.D. 846 ; the present representative being 
twenty-first in direct male descent from that chieftain. 
Fifteenth from Ednowain was 

Thomas Lewes, of Lly.snewydd, who w. Jane, dau. of James 
Lewes, of Coedmore, and granddau. of Sir John Lewes, of 
Abernantbychan, co. Cardigan; and d. about 1700, leaving a 

David Lewes, who m. Magdalene, dau. of Thomas Lloyd, 
Esq. of Bronwydd, and their eldest son dying unm., the estate 
fell to David's grandson, 

JouN Lewes, Esq. of Carmarthen, and of Llanllyr, co. Car- 
digan, who m. Esther Beynon, of Castell Gorvod, co. Carmar- 
then. Their son, 

John Lewes, Esq.of Llysnewydd. andof Llanllyr, m. Rebecca 
Price, of Duffryn, co. Carmarthen, and by her the Duflryn 
property was joined to Llysnewydd. He d. 1769, leaving a 

William Lewes, Esq. of Llysnewydd, who m. Joan, dau. of 

Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Bronwydd, and had issue, 
I. William, of whom presently. 

ir. Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Taynton, co. Oxford, anfl 
j;;'.rrington, co. Gloucester. 

III. John, m. Mary Anne, dau. of T. Vaughan, Esq. of 
'lyllwydd, co. Cardigan; and d. 1860, leaving issue, 

1 .ToHN, late Lieut. -Col. 10th Hussars, m. Mary Jane, dau. 
01 the Rev. J. Griffith, and has issue. 2 Tliomas. 
.0 I'rice, Lieut. R.A., m. Florence Kinncar, of Halifax. 

1 JIary Anne, m. Robert Lewis Lloyd, Esq. of Nantgwilt, 
CO. Radnor. 

2 Louisa Jane, in. Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart, of Gogerddan, co. 

IV. Piice, of Gwastoed, co. Cardigan. 
The eldest son, 

William Lewes, Esq. of Llysnewydd, an ofiBcer in the Horse 
Guards (Blue), in. 1812, Eliza Williaraa Anne, daa. of Col. 
Lewis, of Llanapron, co. Cardigan, and left issue at his 

William Phice, present representative. 

J.ihn, b. 1814, an ofBcer in the 27th regt., m. Charlotte 

Berry; and d. at the Cape of Good Hope, leaving issue a 

d.iu., Amy Eliza. 
Williama Johanna, m. John Boultbee, Esq. of Baxtarley, CO. 

Warwick, and has issue, John Edward Lewis, late 71st regt., 

and Williama Mary Sidney. 

Arms — Gu., three serpents nowed in triangle arg. Crest — 
An eagle displayed with a serpent cmbowed round the body 
Xjpr. Motto — Sine dolo. 

Heat — Llsynewdd, Llandyssil, South Wales. 


Lewin, Mortimer, Esq. of The Hollies, Kent, 
5. 13 Oct. 1847 ; s. his father 17 June, 1877. 

^ilXCclQt. — This is an old Kentish family. 

Richard Lewin, Esq. of the Hollies, Bexley, Kent, m. 1752, 
Mary Brown, of an ancient family seated at Hampstead, 
and d. 1810, leaving by her (wlio d. 1760), i. Thomas, 
his lieir; ii. Richard, of Eltham, Kent, father of Sir Gregory 
AUnutt Lewin; in. John; iv. Gregory; v. Frederick; vi. 
Edward; vii. John; i. Mary. The eldest son, 

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of The Hollies, 6. 18 April, 1753; m. 
17S1, Mary, dau. of Major-Gen. John Hale, of Plantation, near 
Guisborough, co. York (4th son of Sir Bernard Hale, Chief 
Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, see Hale of King's Walden), 
by Mary Chaloner his wife (see Chalosero/ Gai>.horouoh), and 
(I. 1837, having by her (who d. 1843) had issue, all of whomare 
deceased except Frances Eliza, 


Richard John, m. Jane, widow of T. Plumer, Esq., M.P. 

Frederick, deceased. 

Frederick Mortimer, late of the Hollies. 

William Charles James, m. in 1827, Jane Laprimandaye, am 
had four sons and two daus. 

George Herbert, ni. 1836, Mary Friend, and has three soi 
and two daus. 

Edward Bernard Hale, m. Matilda Bivaz, and had three so; 
and two daus. Emilius. 

Mary Hale, m. 1806, Charles Marsh, Esq. and has a son and 
three daus. Ann, deceased. 

Harriet, vi. 1820, George Grote, Esq., the Historian of Greece, 
d. 28 Dec. 1878. 

Charlotte, r,i. 1834, Thomas Lewin, Esq. 

Frances Eliza, m. Neil von Koch, Esq. of Stockholm, and 
has issue four sons. m 

The 4th son, ^ 

Frederick Mortimer Lewin, Esq. of the Hollies, J.P. for 
Kent and Hants, 6. 30 Aug. 1798; m. 9 April, 1839, Auausta 
Diana, elder dau. of Thomas Gisborne Babington, Esq. of 
Rothley Temple, co. Leicester, by Hon. Aueusta Julia, 4th 
dau. of Sir Gerard Noel Noel, Bart., and had issue, 

I. Frederick Chaloner, 85th regt., b. 5 June, 1842; d. 1 
Mav, 1870. 

II. Lionel Henry, h. 25 June, 1846; d. 20 Dec. 1874. 
ni. Mortimer, now of The Hollies. 

I. JIary Hale, to. 8 June, 1865, Major Henry Mastermaot 
Thompson, 41st (Welch) regt., and has issue. 

II. Diana Spencer, to. 3 March, 1868, Lieut. -Col. Edward 
Spread Beamish, R.A., 2nd son of Rev. Henry Hamilton 
Beamish, by Anne Isabella his wife, dau. of Rev. Edward 
Spread (see Beamish of Mount Beamish), and has issue. 

III. Julia Babington. ' 3 

He d. 17 June, 1877. \ 

Arms — Per pale gn. and or, three bucks' heads erased at' 
the neck counterchanged. Crest — A buck trippant quarterly ori 
and az. Motio — Dieu sait tout. 

<Sea£— The Hollies, Bexley, Kent. 








Lewix, Fredeeic Thomas, Esq. of Cloghans, co. 
ilayo, b. 1828 ; m. 1867, Lucy Emma, dau. of 
vViiliam Byrom Come, Esq. of Cheltenham, and 
las issue, 

I. Thomas Fbedekic. 
1. Constance Mary. 
III. Gwynneth Muud. 

It. Arthur Corvie. 
H. Lucy Eiuily. 
IV. Alice Christina. 

VIr. Lewin is a Magistrate for the cos. of Mayo and 

iLt'nCJtSP.— Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cloghans, son of 
'lionias Lewin, Esq. of Croom, co. Limerick, ru. 16G6, Eliza- 
icth, dau. of Edward Yeo, Esq. of Kansfadden, Wales, and, 
u 1673, purchased Cloghans. lie left issue, i. Joseph, his 
icir ; II. Thomas. Mr. Lewin (L 1690. The eldest son, 

Joseph Lewin. Esq. of Cloghans, m. 1685, Ann, dau. of 
lobert Bell, Esq. of Streamstown, and had issue, i. Thomas, 
lis heir; il. John, tZ. s. jj. ; I.Elizabeth. The eldest son, 

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cloghans, m. 1714, Christina, dau. of 
J. King, and had issue, 

Thomas, his heir. 

Henry, a cavalry officer, d. s. p., killed in the tattle of 
FtTitenoy. Cabeiqce, of whom presently. 

Francis, d. s. p. 

'he eldest son, 

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cloghans, High Sheriff of Mayo 
745, m. 1740, Barbara, dau. of John iloss Lewin, Esq. of 
'ortfergus, co. Clare, and had issue, 

Thomas, hislieir. 

Anne, m. 1776, George Boss Lewin, Esq. of Boss Hill, co. 
Susan, in. John Wcstropp, Esq. of Mellon, co. Limerick. 

rhe eldest son, 

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cloghans, High Sheriff of Mayo, m. 
1770, Elizabeth, dau. of Harrison Tioss Lewin, Esq. of Fort- 
ergus, CO. Clare, and had issue, 

Jane, m. 1st, Capt. Horsfall, 39th regt., and 2ndly, Col. John 

Scroop Colquitt, of the Grenadier Guards. 
Barbara, m. Ralph Benson, Esq. of Lutwyche Hall, co. Salop, 
sometime M.P. for Stafford. Anna, d. unm. 

Jr. Lewin left no issue male. Reverting to 

Carriqce Lewin, Esq., son of the 2nd Thomas Lewin, of 
!;ioghan's; he ?n. 1745, Margaret, dau. of James Gallaher, 
isq., and had issue a son, 

James Lewin, Esq. of Oakland?, m. 1780, Ann, dau. of 
idward Elwood, Esq. of Ballymore, co. Sligo, and had issue, 
James, Capt. 30th foot, who m. and had one son, James St. 
George, Lieut. 61st regt., d. s. p. 1849, in India. 
Thomas, of whom presently. 
Carrique, Lieut. 71st regt., d. s.p. 1844. 

'he 2nd son, 

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cloghans, served a few years as an 
ifficcr 30th regt., but quitted the army on the reduction after 
Vuterloo. He m. 1823, Anna, dau. of Westropp Boss Lewin, 
isq., of Cornfield, to. Clare, and had issue, 

Fredewc Thomas, now of Cloghans. 

Georgitia, m. 1851, George EUis, late Lieut. 52nd Light 

Arms — Arg., a bend engrailed sa. between two trefoils slipped 
■ert. Crest — Ademi-hon sa. holding between his paws a trefoil 
lipped vert. jVotfo— Spes mea in i)eo. 

&«£— Cloghans, Tuam, co. Mayo. 


See Eoss-Lewin. 


Lewis, Johx Michael Atlwaed, Esq. of Eal- 
inagar, CO. Galwav, i. 1 Feb. 1854; s. his father 

ILtltCaflf • — This family derives descent from the ancient 

rt'elsh line of the same name, long resident in co. Carmarthen. 

David Lewis settled in Ireland about the middle of the 

I7th century, atWaterford, of which city he became Alderman. 

He was Sheriff in 1695, and filled the office of Mayor six 

;imes. He d. 1718, leaving issue by his wife, Sarah, 

I. William (Ven.), Archdeacon of Kilfcrona. h. 1692; m. 

Elizabeth, dau. of Eichard Buckaer, Esq. of Waterford, and 

d. 1764, leaving issue. 

1 William (Kev.), b. 1725 ; m. 1705, Mary, dau. of Col. Clarke, 
of .'jurroy, and had issue, William (Itev.), m. 1795, Anne, 
dau. ot Francis Kyves, Esq. of Eyvis Castle, co. Lime- 
rick, and had issue, William Buckner (Eev.), British 
Chaplain at Smyrna, d. 3 Jan. 18T0 (he vi. 17 July, 1826, 
Margaret, dau. of W. C. Purdou, E.*q. of Tinncr.nna, co. 
Clare, and had issue, William ; and three daus.) Bichanl 
Capt. 94th regt., (/. 1844 ; Dora ; Mary. 

2 David (Eev.), b. 1730; d. 1709. 

1 Anne, m. Col. Gore, of Derrymore, co. Clare. 

2 Dorothea, m. 1st, Gen. Crumpe; and 2ndly, in 1792, Lord 
Glentworth, Bishop of Limerick. 

Elizabeth, m. Eev. William Maunsell, D.D., of Limerick. 

II. David, m. 1740, Mary Shiel, of Dublin, and d. 1754, 
k-aving issue, David Samuel. 

III. Hesrt, of whom presently, iv. James (Eev.), d. unm. 
The 3rd son, 

Henry Lewis, Esq., w. 1720, Joan, dau. of Francis Badley, 
Esq. of Coolcur, co. Cork; and d. 1730, leaving issue, 

I. Henrt, of whom presently. 

II. Thomas, in. 1762, Elizabeth, dau. of Eichard Edward 
Hu!!, Esq. of Lemcon Manor, co. Cork, and d. 1808, leaving 

1 llichard Hull, Lieut. CSth regt., 6. 1764; m. 1790, 
Christiana, dau. of John Sweetenham, Esq. of Mardyke 
House, CO. Cork; and d. 23 Oct. 1835, leaving issue, 

William, b. 1793, late Lieut. 19th regt., m. 1st, 1824, 
Christiana, dau. of Eobcrt Bird, Esq. of Bantry (by 
whom ho had issue, a dau., Mary, m. 1S53, Dr. Abraham 
Tuckey, of Bantry, d. 1876) ; he m. 2ndly, 1827, Sarah 
(d. 1874), dau. of Eobert Boyle Warren, Esq. of Kinsalc, 
and has issue, Eichard Hull, 6. 1828, late Major 20th 
regt. (m. 1858, Georgina, dau. of John TonsonKye, Esq. 
of Eyecourt, co. Cork, and has issue) ; Sarah, m. 1850 (d. 
1855), Eichard C. Pratt, Esq. of Kinsalc; Christiana, m. 
1852 (d. 1856), Capt. Johnstone Napier, 74th regt. 

John, Lieut. 1st Ceylon regt., 6.1794; m. Miss Long, 
d. s. p. 1822. 

Thomas, Lieut. 48th regt., 6. 1796; m. Miss Dalton, 
d. s. p. 1827. 

Stephen, 6. 1797, late Lieut. 73rd regt.; m. Eliza, 
dau. of Dr. Millar, of Six Wile Bridge, co. Clare, and 
has issue, John Eiggs MiOar, Deputy Surgeon-General, 
A.M.D. (m. Mary, dau. of Judge Jervis, of Canada, 
and has issue) ; Stephen {m. Isabella, dau. of Thomas 
Ciumpe, Esq. of Chorley, Salop, and has issue) ; James 
Henry, Surgeon A.M.D., d. 1867. 

Henry, 6. 1801, ru. Mary, dau. of Ralph Bracken, 
E?q., and d. 1849, leaving issue, Henry Ealph, lato 
Lieut. 11th regt. (m. Eliza, dau. of Eobert Dunne, Esq. 
of Kinsale, and has issue); Eichard Hull; and four 
daus., 1 Mary, m. 1820, Major Crookc, 25th regt.; 
2 Catherine, in. 1st, Capt. Sandys, 24th Light Dra- 
goons, and 2ndly, Col. Lowth, C.B., 3Sth regt., A.D.C. 
to the Queen. 

2 Tonson, b. 1766 ; m. Miss Blair, of Blairs Cove, Bantry; 
and d. 1841, leaving issue, Eichard, Thomas. 

1 Elizabeth, m. Eichard Blair, Esq. of Blairs Cove. 

III. Frank, in. Miss Gardner, and had issue, Frank. 
I. Catherine, m. — Hopkins, Esq. 

The eldest son, 

Henry Lewis, Esq. hi. Margaret, dau. of Richard Edward 
Hidl, Esq. of Lemcon Manor, co. Cork, and had issue (wittl 
a dau., Mary, who d. unm. 1866) an only son, 

Eichard Lewis, Esq., m. 1797, Catherine, dau. of John 
Travers, Esq. of Garrycloyne Castle, co. Cork, and d. 1817, 
leaving issue. 

I. John (Rev.), Rector of St. Anne's Shandon, co. Cork, vi. 
1823, Rebecca, dau. of John Lawless, Esq. of Cork, by JIary 
Pyne his wife; and d. 1832, leaving issue, the Right Rev. 
John Travers Lewis, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Ontario, Upper 
Canada, b. 1825 (m. 1851, Anne, dau. of Henry Sharwood, 
Attorney-Generalof Upper Canada, and has issue, Travers, 
h. 1857, and three daus.); Richard; Rowland; Zachery; 
and three daus. 

II. Richard Toxson, of whom presently. 

III. Henry, Midshipman E.N., deceased. 

IV. Robert Travers, in. Mary, dau. of David Longworth, Esq. 
I f Castletown, Queen's Co. ; and (/. 1851, leaving issue, 
l;obert ; Richard; John; and Jane rii. 16 Dec. 1857, Henry 
D. Murray, Esq. son of Sir Patrick Murray, Bart, (see 
Burke's Faroge and Borondaije). 

V. William Hull, M.D., J.P., 6. 1807 ; m. 1838, Anne, dau. 
of William Roe, Esq. ; and d. 1875, leaving issue, William 
Roe, m. Anna, dau. of W. F. Jones, Esq., S.I.R.I.C, and 
has issue; Robert; Richard; Frederick. 

I. Jane, m. — Browne, Esq. of Rockborough, Muskerry. 

II. Margaret, m. 1842, Rev. W. Meade, Vicar of Kinsale. 

III. Kate, d. unm. 9 Aug. 1861. 
The 2nd son, 

Richard Tonson Lewis, Esq., m. 1824, Cicely Connolly 
id. 1844), only dau. of Capt. J. M. Aylward, of Ballinagar, co. 
Galway, and d. 1S40, leaving issue (with a dau., OUvia Bar- 
bara) an only son, 






John Michaei, Atlwabd Lewis, Esq.of Ballinaprar, J.P. co. 
Galway, b. 12 March, 1827 ; ni. 7 April, 1853, Hannah, dau. of 
Thomas Eoberts White, Esq., and d. 26 May, ls78, leaving 

I. John Michael Atlwakd, now of Eallinagar. 

II. Thomas White. B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 0. 8 Jan. 1855. 

III. Richard George, Lieut. Galway Militia, b. 19 Feb. 1857. 

IV. Robert Traver.=, b. 19 March, 1859. 

V. Harry Hull, 6. 15 Dec. 1860. 

vi. George White, 6. 29 May, 1SC3. 

I. Annie. ii. Hannah Blanche. 

^amilu of giulfaatb. 

The lands of Faithleg?, co. Waterford, granted to the 
AyLWABDS at the Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland, remained 
with the Aylward family for nearly five centuries. John 
Aylward, the last possessor, is stated to have been transplanted 
to Connaught by Cko-mwell, and to have settled at Ballinagur. 
His eldest son, 

Peter Atlwabd, Esq. of Eallingar, obtained (29 Chables IT.) 
a grant from the Crown of the Ballinagar estate, co. Galway. 
He Til. Elizabeth French, of Galway, and had issue, 

JoHK Ogle, his heir. James. 

Jane. Honora. 

The eldest son, 

John Ogle Atlwabd, Esq. of Ballinagar, m. Barbara, dau. of 
Garrett Xugent, Esq. of Dysert, Westmeath, and d. 1731, 
leaving issue, 

I. John Fbekch, his heir. 

II. NcGENT Stlvesteb, who s. his brother. 
lu. Michael Widman, who s. his brother. 

1. Elizabeth, m. Patrick Byrne, Esq., Ballyteskin, Queen's 
Co. II. Mary, m. Francis French, Esq. of Dublin. 

m. Barbara, m. Edward O'Brien, Esq., Ballysoblona, co. 

IV. Bridget, m. 1752, John Blake, Esq. of Parteen, co. Clare. 

John Feench Atlwabd, Esq. of Ballinagar, d. unm. 1755, 
and was s. by his brother, 

NncENT Stlvesteb Atlwabd, Esq. of Ballinagar, m. 1757, 
Catherine, dau. of Patrick French, Esq. (now St. George), 
of Tyrone, co. Galway, and had issue, Mary, m. 1st, 1780, 
Edmund Blake, Esq. of Ballyglunin Park, co. Galway; and 
2ndly, 17?7, Col. John Blake, of Furbo, co. Galway. Mr. Ayl- 
ward d. 10 Aug. 1783, and was s. by his brother, 

Michael Widman Atlwabd, Esq. of Ballinagar, who had 
served for some time in the Spanish army, for which he was 
outlawed, but received (38 George II.) the royal pardon. He 
m. 1st, Sarah, dau. of Patrick French, Esq. (now St. George), 
of Tyrone, co. Galway; and 2ndly, 1784, Jane, dau. of Denis 
Daly, Esq. of Killimore Castle, co. Galway (she remarried 
Capt. Averell Leckey, of Castle Leckey, Londonderry). Mr. 
Aylward d. 178G, leaving issue by his 1st wife, 

I. John Michael Xcgent, his heir. 

I. Barbara, m. 1802 {d. 1823), WilUam Mahony, Esq. of Eock- 
vale, CO. Cork. 

II. Mary, m. 1st, 1802, AVilliam Burke, Esq. of Moyglass, co. 
Galway; and 2ndly, Dr. T. L. Whistler, of Galway. 

The son and heir, 

John Michael Xcgent Atlwabd, Esq. of Ballinagar, 6. 1780, 
Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards, m. 180.3, Jane {d. 7 3Iay, 1864), 
dau. of Anthony Lambert, Esq. of Alnwick, Northumberland, 
and d. 28 Sept. 1861, leaving issue (with a dau.. Cicely Con- 
nolly, who III. 1824, Eichard Tonson Lewis, Esq.) an only son 
and heir, 

John Michael Atlwabd, Esq. of Ballinagar, 6. 1809; m. 
1831, Mary (d. 25 Dec. 1S64), dau. of Thomas Higgins, Esq. 
of Tuam, co. Galway ; and d. 14 April, 1867, s. j>-< when the 
Aylward profierty passed under settlement to his nephew, the 
late John Michael Atlwakd Lewis, Esq. of Ballinagar. 

Arms — Quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg., a chevron gu. between 
three fleurs-de-hs or, for Lewis; 2nd and 3rd, arg.", a fleur-de- 
lis az. in the dexter chief and sinister base a sun in its glorv' 
or, in the sinister chief and dexter base an increscent of the 
last, for Atlwabd. Crest — A lion rampant ppr. Motto — 
Amicus omnibus. 

Seat— Ballinagar, Longhrea, co. Galway. 


LE'mg, Chaelies Edwaed, Esq. of St. Pierre, co 
Monmouth, J.P. and D.L., h. 26 April, 1830 ; vi. 2 
Oct. 1858, Sarah Elizabeth, eldest dau. of James 
Staunton Lambert, Esq., formerly of Creg Clare 
and Waterdale, co. Gnlway. 

iCtlTCagC— This family derives, in a direct line, from 
Cadifob, Prince or Chieftain of Divet, who flourished about 
the period of the Norman Conquest, and was buried in the 
priory of Caermarthen. 

Philip, 3rd son of Llewellyn ap Ivor, Lord of St. Clarft 
and Tredegar, by Angharad his wife, dau. and heir of Sir 
Morgan Meredyth, ra. Nest, dau. of Gwillym Sais ap Madoe, 
and had issue, Gwillym Philip Llewelyn; John Philip 
Lleweyn; Gwenllian, m. David Gwillym Jenkin; and an 
elder son, 

SiK David ap Philip, n. Christy, dau. of David ap levon 
ap Rhys Voel, and their grandson, 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Chepstow, co. Monmouth, killed at' 
Banbury, J469, r.i. Elizabeth, dau. of Morgan Jenkin Philip, 
of Langston, co. Monmouth, and his great-grandson, 

Henry Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, living 1536, High Sheriff 
1544, d. 1547, having ra. Bridget, dau. and heir of Thomaa 
Kemeys, and widow of Thomas Herbert, of Caldicot, by whom" 
he was father of 

William Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, living 1583, m. Mar- 
garet, dau. of Robert Gamage, of Coity, co. Glamorgan, 
and was «. by his son, 

Henby Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, High Sheriff 1G09, d. 
7 Feb. 1637; ra. Joan, dau. and co-heir of Henry Herbert, 
Esq. of Wonastow, and had a son and heir, 

George Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, m. Mary, dau. of Sir 
William Morgan, of Tredegar, and d. v. p. 17 Nov. 1634, 
leaving issue, William, who d.. a minor; Elizabeth, who m. 
Roger Gates, of Cefn Tilla, co. Monmouth ; and a son and heir, 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, a Royalist, living 1673. 
He TO. Johanna, dau. of Joseph Langton, Esq. of Newtoa 
Park, Somerset, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, ra. De la Eivifere or De la 
Rivers, dau. of Gen. Sir Thomas Morgan, Knt. and Bart, of 
Llangattock, co. Monmouth, which lady ra. 2ndly, Thomas 
WiUiams, Esq., 4th son of Sir Trevor Williams, Ban. of 
Llangibby Castle, co. Monmouth, ancestor of Williams, of 
Llangibby Castle. Mr. Lewis left issue a son, 

Tno.MAS Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, ra. 1st, Frances, dau. of 
Sir Richard Levett, Knt. of Kew, who rf. 1707 ; 2ndly, Katha-- 
rine, only dau. and heir Qf Hugh Calveley Cotton, eldest son 
of Sir Robert Cotton, Bart, of Combermere, co. Chester; and 
Srdly, Jane Rachel, only dau. and heir of William Becher, 
Esq. of Howberry, co. Bedford. Mr. Lewis d. 29 May, 173i, 
aged 47, having had issue by his 3rd wife. Craven, who m. 
and d. s. p. before 1764 ; Mary, d. 1734; Fanny, d. 9 May, 
1767, having m. Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Crick, who d. Feb. 
1803, aged 68; and an elder son, 

Morgan Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, (£.17 Aug. 1779, aged 57; 
ra. Rachel, only dau. of Charles Van, Esq. of Llanwern, co. 
Monmouth, and by her (who d. 28 Jan. 1797, aged 70) had 
seven sons and three daus., 

I. Thomas, hi? heir. ii. Charles, who s. his brother. 

III. John Craven, of Henbury, co. Gloucester, who to. and 
left a dau., who to. Capt. Crowdy, and left issue a dau. 

IV. George, drowned in the Severn, 6 Nov. 1774, aged 16. 

V. Edward, Rector of Portskewet and St. Pierre, d. 1 March, 
1839, aged 79 ; m. Mary, eldest dau. and co-heir of Willi:iin 
Freke, Esq. of Hannington, Wilts, who d. 29 Dec. 1846, 
aged 76, and by her had issue, 

1 Edward Freke, M..\., Rector of Portskewet and St. 
Pierre, 1839; ra. 31 Aug. 1853, Caroline Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Thomas Bates Rous, Esq. of Court-y-ra!a, co. Glamorsan. 

1 Mary, m. her cousin, Rev. Francis Lewis, now of St. 

2 Frances. 3 Anne, m. Capt. John King, E.N. 

VI. Francis (Rev.), LL.B., d. 17 Sept. 1794, aged 32; m. 
Fanny, younger dau. and co-heir of William Freke, Esq. of 
Hannington, Wilts, who survived her husband, and m. 2ndly, 
William Morton Pleydell, Esq. of Whatcomb, co. Dorset; 
and Srdly, Rev. Paul Leir. 

VII. James, d. 4 June, 1787, aged 22. 

I. Jane, to. 1st, 12 Feb. 1774, John Hanbury, Esq. of Pont- 
y-Pool, CO. Monmouth ; 2ndly, Thomas Stoughton, Esq. of 
Ballyhorgan, co. Kerry. 

II. Ellen, ra. Rev. Thomas Lcyson, M.A. of Jesus Coll. 
Oxford, Vicar of Bassaleca, and Rector of Panteague and 
Tredunnock, co. Monmouth. 

III. Frances, d. 1795. 

The eldest son, 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, to. 1st, Margaret, dau. 
of John Cope, Esq. of Petherton, Westmorland, Jamaica, which 
lady d. 26 Jan. 17S8, aged 19. He ra. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of 
Eev. Thomas Leyson, who survived her husband, and m. 
2ndly, 25 April, 1798, Charles Kemeys Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., 
and d. April, lo3o. Mr. L-vwis d. a. p. 11 June, 1796, aged 4'>, 
and was s. by bis brother. 






CnABLEs Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, m. 16 June, 1777, 

.■^iisanna, dau. of Francis Davis, Esq. of Chepstow, and Anne 

< wife, dau. and co-heir of James Iligford, Esq. of Dixton, 

Gloucester, and had (with a dau., Frances Susanna, m. 

.U'Un Baldwyn, Esq. of the Mount, Chepstow) nve sons. Mr. 

Lewis d. 16 Dec. 1840, aged 8G, and was s. by his son, 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Tierre, Col. of the Monmouth 
"'Ti'.itia, 6. 12 May, 1779, m. 1st, Maria Anne, duu. of Thomas 
miel, Esq. of Ilenbury, co. Gloucester; and 2ndly, Caroline, 
1. and co-heir of Thomas Dyot Skip Bucknall, Esq. of 
iinpton Court, Middlesex. She d. 29 March, 1850, aged 52; 
1 Col. Lewis d. s. p. at Clifton, 21 April, 1S47, aged 67 ; and 
< s. by his brother, 

t HABLES James Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, D.L. and J. P., b. 
Ian. 1781. He d. s. }}. 15 Aug. 1859, and was «. by his nest 

The Bev. FitAKcis Lewis, P.L. and J. P., B.D., Rector of 
T iinvair-Kilgiddin, co. Monmouth, and Vicar of Ilolmc Lacy, 
Hertford, 6. 4 July, 1782; m. 1st, 25 March, 1828, his 
^ usin, Mary, dau. of Rev. Edward Lewis, Rector of Port- 
fkcwett, CO. Monmouth, and by her (who d. 31 May, 1846), 
h:id issue, 

I. Charles F.dwakd. 

II. Thomas Freke, of Abbey Dore Court, Hereford, J. P. and 
D.L., late Lieut. 23rd R.W. Fusiliers, b. 16 May, 1831. 

III. Francis Higford, 6. 24 Sept. 1832; d. unm. 10 April, 

IV. Henry Leeco, 6. 8 Sept. 1834 ; d. 15 Feb. 1835. 

V. George William, Lieut. 23rd regt., 6. 23 June, 1840; d. 
unra. 14 Oct. 1866. 

I. Mary Fanny Susanna, in. U Aug. 1864, Francis Prothero, 
Esq., Barrister-at-Law, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas 
Pruthero, of Malpas Court, co. Monmouth, and has issue. 

T!ie Rev. Francis Lewis m. 2ndly, 7 Jan. 1853, Jane, only 

dau. of Vice-Admiral Charles Gordon, and widow of the Rev. 

James Henry Scudamore Burr. He d. 1872, and his widow m. 

2ndly, Capt. Holland. 

Anns^Or, a !ion rampant sa. with many quarterings. 
r,:.H — A griffin segreant sa. il/of«o— Hapersalafide, haperso 
1 honore. 

iS«at— St. Pierre Park, near Chepstow. 


Lewis, Henet, Esq. of Greenmeadow, co. Gla- 
morgan, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1858, b. 11 
^larch, 1815 ; m. 1st, 1841., Anne, dau. of Walter 
Jlorgau, Esq. of Merthyr, and by her (who d. 1857) 
had issue, 

I. IlENRT, 6. 1347. II. Thomas Wyndham, b. 1848. 

I. Mary Price. ii. Blanche Eliza. 

III. Dorothy Anne, deceased. 

l\Ir. Lewis m. 2ndly, 1858, Sophia, dau. of the late 
Col. Gwynne, of Glanbrane, and by her had issue, 

III. John Price, b. 1859, deceased. 

IV. Roderick Gwynne, 6. 1360. 

V. Wyndham Gwynne, 6. 18G9, deceased. 

IV. Dorothea Ann, deceased. 

V. Catherine Fanny. vi. Gwendoline. 

ILlltCatJC.— SiE Thomas Lewis, of Penmark Place, 
iinighted at Whitehall 1C23, was the youngest son of Sir 
Kdward Lewis, of Fan, co. Glamorgan, by Blanche his wife, 
pister of Sir William Morgan of Tredegar. He m. the dau. of 
F.lmund Thomas, Esq. of Wenvoe, and dying 19 Dec. 1669, 
left issue. The 2nd son, 

Gabriel Lewis, Esq. of Llanishen, High Sheriff 1614, M.P. 
for Cardiff, m. Elizabeth, dau. of William Carne, Esq. of 
Xash, and left a dau., Elizabeth, m. Edward Herbert, Esq. of 
Cogan, and a son and 8uccPS.?or, 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Llanishen, Sheriff 1C29, m. Eleanor, 
dau. of William Jones, of Abergavenny, and was .?. by his son, 

Gabriel Lewis, Esq. of Llanishen, Sheriff 1662, m. Grace, 
'':iu. of Humphrey Wyndham, Esq. of Dunraven Castle, co. 
.^amorgan, and was father of 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Llanishen, High Sheriff 1683. He 

. 1st, Elizabeth Van, by whom he had a son, 

Thomas, Sheriff in 1745, who left one son. Wyndham, b. in 
1752, and two daus., Elizabeth and Blamhe, who all ci.s.ij. 
Jane, m. William Bruce, Esq. of Llanblethian. 
Grace, m. Dr. Bates, of Cowbiidge. 

Thomas Lewis to. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Morgan, 
Etq. of Penyllwyn, co. Monmouth, and had, with a dau., 
Oraoe, a son. 

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Newhouse, High Sheriff of co. 
Glamorgan 1757, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Morgan Thomas, Esq. 
of Rubina, and left at his decease, 1764, aged 65, two sons, 
Windham, his heir,; and William, of The Forge and Green- 
meadow, Sheriff 1790, d. s. p. The elder son. 

The Rev. Wtndham Lewis, of Newhouse, m. Margaret, dan. 
and eventual heir of Samuel Price, Esq. of Park, co. Glamor- 
gan, by Katharine his wife, duu. and heir of John Williams, 
Esq. of Llanvair, and had issue, 
Thomas, of Newhouse, in. 7 April, 1302, Dorothy Augusta, 
dau. of John Goodrich, Esq. of Energlyn, co. Glamorgan, 
and left; (with two daus., Dorothy Price, wife of J. H. 
Langley, Esq., and Mary Shedden, deceased) one son. Jobs 
Lewis, Esq. of Newhouse, who d. s. j). 
Henrt, of whom pvesuntly. 

Wyndham, of Greenmeadow, co. Glamorgan, 6. 7 Oct. 1780, 
M.P. for Cardiff, 1820. for Aldburgh 1827, and for Maid- 
stone in 1835; 7)1. 1815, Mary Anne, only dau. of John 
Evans, Esq. of Bampford Speke, Devon, and d. s. p. 

14 March, 1838. His widow m. 2ndly, 1839, Right Hon. 
Benjamin Disraeli, M.P. (afterwards Earl of Be.-iconsfield), 
was created Viscountess Beaconsfleld, 30 Nov. 18C8, and d. 

15 Dec. 1872. 

William Price (Rev.), Vicar of Llanishen; d. 1849, leaving 

Mary Anne, in. Richard Rice Williams, Esq. 

Katherinc, m. 1st, Thomas WiUiams, Esq. ; and 2nd]y, James 
Bradley, Esq. of Bristol. 
The 2nd son, 

Henrt Lewis, Esq. of Park and Greenmeadow, an officer in 
the army, 6. 26 May, 1774; d. 26 Sept. 1833. He to. Mary, 
dau. of George, and sister of the Rev. Charles Emerson, and 
by her (who d. 10 Aug. 1341) had issue, 

Henrt, now of Greenmeadow. 

Wyndham William, of The Heath, and Newhouse, co. Gla- 
morgan, J.P. and D.L.. B.A. of Worcester Coll. Oxford, 
b. 10 Aug. 1827; «. to the estates of his uncle in 1849; 
Sheriff 1855-6; to. 1st, Annie, dau. of George Overton, of 
Merthyr, and had i.-^sue, Annie Mary PricR. He m. 2ndly, 
28 Feb. 1867, Maud, youngest dau. of the late William 
Williams, Esq. of Aberpergwm; and d. 10 Sept. 1871. 

Charles, d. young. 

Mary Jane, m. Henry Andrew Vaughan, Esq., and has issue. 

Anne Price, in. George Thomas Clark, Esq. of Frimhurst, 
Surrey, and has issue. 

Catherine Price, to. George Collins Jackson, Esq., Major in 
the 7th Hussars, and has issue. 

/4 rms— Quarterly, 1st, sa., a lion rampant arg. ; 2nd, sa., a 
chevron between three spear heads arg. embrued gu. ; 3rd, sa., 
a chevron between three fleurs-de-lis or; 4th, or, on a quarter 
gn. two lions passant guardant arg. Crest — Lew is : A linn sejant 
arg. Mottoes — Patraj fidus; and Ofner na ofno angau. 

iSeoJ — Greenmeadow, Cardiff, co. Glamorgan. 


Lewis, Chaeles Bassett, Esq. of Gwlnfe, co. 
Carmarthen, J.P. Carmarthen and Cardigan, and 
D.L. for latter co., retired Capt. and Adjt. Royal 
Cardigan Militia, *. 13 Dec. 1831 ; m. 29 Jan. 1863, 
Sarah Amelia, 2nd dau. of Samuel Brown, Esq. of 
Clifton, Bristol, and has issue, 

I. Ilbert Cornish Bassett, b. 28 April, ISCS. 
I. Eleanora Constance. 

JLtUCaCJC.— The Rev. Thomas Lewis, J.P. for co. Brecon, 
and D.L. for co. Carmarthen, Rector of Penboyr, co. Car- 
marthen, son of Lewis Lewis, Esq., a Deputy-Lieutenant for 
CO. Carmarthen, and his wife, Barbara Lloyd, of Llancar- 
van, CO. Glamorgan, to. 11 Aug. 1702, Elizabeth Studley, of 
Shropshire, and had (besides two daus., Elizabeth and 
Susanna) a son, 

The Rev. Lewis Lewis, of Gwinfe, co. Carmarthen, J.P. 
and D.L., Rector of Clovelly, Devon, to. 22 Sept. 1S02, 
Eleanora, eldest dau. of the late John Davie, Esq. of Orleigh, 
Devon, and had issue, 

I. Lewis, his heir. 

II. Thomas, )/(. 19 April, 183G, Victoire Marie, 4th dau. of 
Andrew Houston, Esq. of the Island of Grenada, and has 

1 Andrew Courtenay, 6. 31 Jan. 1837. 

2 George May, b. 23 Aug., and d. Oct. 1840. 

3 Charles Houston, 6. 17 Feb. 1844. 
1 Eleanora Harriette. 

I. Eleonora Elizabeth, to. Oct. 1827, Charles Bishop, Esq., 
eldest son of John Kees Bishop, Esq. of Dolgarrog, co. 

Mr. Lewis d. 1826, and was t. by his son. 






Lewis Lewis, Esq. of Gwinfe, J. P. and D.L., h. 23 Dec. 
1805 ; i/i. 9 March, laSO. Miss Sarah Simmons Barnes Colborne, 
dau. of William Colljorne, Esq. of Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
and niece of the late William Barnes, Esq. of Redland Court, 
CO. Gloucester, and d. l!S59, leaving issue, 

Charles Eassett, now of Gwinfe. 

Lewis Gwvn, Lieut. Indian ^"avy, 6.21 Sept. 1834. 

Edward Studley, an officer in the army, 6. 21 Xov. 18C0. 

Frank Davie, b. 31 May, 18aS. 

George Septimus, 6. 'il Sept. 1818. 

Eleanora J ane. Eustatia Harrictte. 

Augusta Blanche. 

^rws— Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gn., a griffin segreant or, for 
Lewis; 2nd and 3rd. sa., three nags' heads erased or, for 
Llotd. C>e.s(— a demi-grifBn segreant couped or. Mottr, — 
Facta non verba. ,S«((— Gwinfe, near Llangadock, CO. Car- 
marthen ; also 46, Marine Terrace, Aberystwitti. 


Lewis, John Lesnox GBirriTH Potee, Esq. of 
HeuUan, co. Pembroke, J.P. for cos. Carmarthen 
and Pembroke, D.L. and High Sheriff for the latter 
CO. 1867, of St. John's Coll. Cambridge, Barrister- 
at-Law, 1. 22 Oct. 1819 ; m. 3 Feb. 1857, Katherine 
Callen, youngest dau. of Daniel Poyer Callen, Esq. 
of Molleston, 

JLlIXCagC. — The early pedigree of the family of Lewis is 
given in the Book of Golden Grove, penti the Earl of Cawdor. 
EicHABD Lewis, Esq. of Henllan (son of Roger Lewis, who 
was son of Lodwich, and grandson of Eoger Lewis, the last 
named in the Golden Grove M.S.), m. 1744, Mary, dau. of John 
Griffith, Esq. of Glan-y-rhydd, and had issue, John ; David ; 
Catherine; Margaret; and Mary. The 2nd, but only sur- 
viving son, 

David Lewis, Esq., m. 1785, Elizabeth, dau. of Morgan 
Lewis, of Carmarthen, and had, John; Owen Evan; Mary; 
Margaret; Elizabeth; Catherine; and Elinor. The eldest 

John Lewis, Esq. of Henllan, m. 1st, IBIS, Eliza, dau. of 
Charies P. CaUen, Esq. of Grove, co. Pembroke, and by her 
John Lennox Geiffith Potee, now of Henllan. 
Eichard (Ven.), Archdeacon of St. David's, &. 1820, M.A. 
1846, late Scholar of Worcester Coll. Oxford, Rector of 
Lampeter Vestry, CO. Pembroke, 1851; to. 1847, Georgiana, 
dau. of Capt. Lewis, H.E.I.C.S., and has one son, Arthur 
Griffith Pover, Barrister-at-Law, J. P., Registrar of St. 
David's, 6. 29 Feb. 1843. 

He ra. 2ndly, 1824, Elizabeth, dau. of William Humphreys 
of Pembroke, and by her had, 

Frederick, deceased. Charles, deceased. Hubert. 

Elizabeth, m. the Rev. Mr. Garbett. 

Mr. Lewis d. 17 March, 1834, and was s. by his eldest son. 

Motto— "Be wise as serpents. 

Set — Henllan, near Xarberth, co. Pembroke. Clv.h — Oxford 
aad Cambridge, London. 


Lewis, Chaeles Maxsee, Esq. of Stracley, co. 
Carmarthen, J.P., h. 2 Dee. 1845 ; m. 1875, Edith 
Clara, 2nd dau. of P. J. Miles, Esq., and has a son, 
h. 1876. Mr. Lewis is son of David Lewis, Esq. of 
Stradey, co. Carmarthen, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1833, of Brazenose Coll. Oxford, B. A., Barrister-at- 
Law, M.P. for the Carmarthen Boroughs 1835-37 
(only son and heir, by Catherine his wife, 2nd dau. 
of William Lloyd, Esq. of Laques, co. Carmarthen 
{see that name), of Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Stradey, 
who *. to that estate 1807, under the wUl of Mrs. 
Mansel, dau. and eventual sole heir of Sir Edward 
Yaughan Mansel, Bart. The late Mr. Lewis m. 9 
June, 1836, La;titia, youngest dau. of the late 
Benjamin Way, Esq. of Denham Place, Bucks, and 
had issue, 

I. Chaeles William Mansell, now of Stradey. 

I. Fanny Louisa. 

II. Rowena Harriet Mansel, d. 2 Oct. 1844. 

&at— Stradey, near Llanelly, co. Carmarthen. 

Hampton - Lewis, Thomas Lewis, Esq. of 
Henllys and Bodior, co. Anglesey, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1869, Lieut.-Col. Commanding Royal 
Anglesey Engineer Militia, late of H.M. Hon. Corps 
of Gentlemen-at-Arms, and formerly Capt. 5tldj 
Dragoon Guards, h. 9 Aug. 1834 ; m. 20 Feb. 1872,? 
Lettice, second dau. of Henry Pritchard, Esq. J.P. 
and D.L., of Trescawen, Anglesey, and has issue, 

John Lewis, b. 1 Oct. 1876. 

Mary Gwendolen. 

ittUCagr.— William Hawton, deseended, it is Btateil, 
from an ancient Lancashire family, formed one of the garrisun 
of Beaumaris Castle in 1460, and held there the rank of 
Deputy Governor, as appears from a document bearing his 
name, giving orders to the inhabitants of the town to extin- 
guish their fires at an appointed hour. He received a grant of 
Henllys, co. Anglesey, anciently the seat of Gweirydd ap Rhys 
Goch, chief of one of the Fifteen Tribes of North Wales. The 
eventual heiress of the Hamptons of Henllys, 

Mart Hampton, of Henllys (only child of Robert Hampton, 
Esq., High Sheriff of Anglesey 1732 ; m. U April, 1746, John 
Jones, Esq. of TrefoUwyn, son of Hugh Jones, Esq., of the 
same place, by Ann his wife, dau. of William Lloyd, of L!an- 
sadwrn, and had (with a dau., Mary, m. William Lloyd, Esq. 
of Rockville, co. Roscommon) a son and successor, 

John Hampton Jones, Esq. of Henllys, h. 24 Feb. 174G, 
High Sheriff of Anglesey 1770 ; m. 25 June, 1770, Emma, only 
dau. of the Rev. John Lewis, A.M., of Plis Llanfihangel, 
Eector of Llandegfain, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Tho-.iias 
Eoberts, Esq. of Bodior, and had issue, i. John Hampton, his 
heir; n. Eobert Edward (Rev.), 6. April, 1779, B.A. Wadham 
College Oxford, Chaplain to H.M. forces at the Mauritius, 
TO. 1811, Susanna Dorothea, 2nd dau. of John Williams, Esq. 
of Peniarth Uchaf, co. Merioneth, and had issue, Henry 
Berkeley; and Maria Dorothea Wilhelmina Sydney, to. Robert 
Webster, of the 99th regt. ; i. Elizabeth Margaret, d. unni. ; 
II. Jane Lewis. The elder son, 

John Hampton Hampton-Lewis, Esq. of Henllys, h. 21 Nov. 
1775, s. his father 12 Sept. 1806. He to. 19 Dec. 1796, Mary, 
dau. of Richard Chambers, Esq. of Whitbourn Court and 
Cradley Hall, co. Hereford, and had issue by her (who d. 1842), 

John Lewis, late of Henllys and Bodior. 

Joseph, 6. 2 Feb. 1800, Col. 50th regt. of native infantry, 
H.E.l.C.S. ; to. Ellen, dau. of Major HaU, E.I.C.S.,andhas 
issue, John Lewis, 6. 27 March, 1827. 

Emma, d. Aug. 1819. 

Mary Margaret, to. 22 Nov. 1825, Alexander Anderson, Esq. 
of Kingask, co. Fife, Major E.l.C. Engineers, and has issue. 

Anna Maria Surinam, to. 16 June, 1835, Charles Longman, 
Esq., 2nd son of Thomas Norton Longman, Esq. of Mount 
Grove, Hampstead, Middlesex, and has issue, 

Mr. Hampton-Lewis d. 22 Jan. 1843, and was s. by his son, 

John Lewis Hampton-Lewis, Esq. of Henllys and Bodior, 
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1846, late Capt. 5th Dragoou 
Guards, 6. 18 Oct. 1798; m. 2 Sept. 1833, Frances Elizabeth, 
only child ar.d heiress of Thomas I'Anson, Esq. of Harnby, co. 
York, and d. 1871, having had issue, 

I. Thomas Lewis Hampton, now of Henllys and Bodior. 

II. John Vivian Hampton, b. 18 June, 1835; m. 1 June, 
1868, Lady Laura Phipps, dau. of the Marquess of Nor- 
manby. _ 

I. Fanny Mary Hampton. m. 

II. Mary Freeman Grace Hampton. 

A ;-«is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg., 
a chevron sa. between three Cornish choughs ppr., in the beak 
of each an ermine spot, for Lewis, 2nd and 3rd, gu., on a 
chevron between three bucks' heads cabossed arg. a crescent of 
the field for difference, for Eobeets of Bodior ; 2nd and 3rd, 
gu., on a fess or, between a mullet in chief and an escallop in 
base arg. three martlets sa., for Hampton. Crests — 1st, A 
Cornish chough ppr., in the dexter claw a fleur-de-lis az., for 
Lewis ; 2nd, A wyvem amidst bulrushes ppr., for Hampton. 
Motto — A Deo etrege. 

Scots -Henllys, near Beaumaris; and Bodior, near Holy- 
head. Cittfi— Carlton. 

Lewis, Henet Owes, Esq. of Inniskeen, co. 
Monaghan, and Scatown, co. DubUn, J.P. and D.L., 
M.P. for Carlow, b. 26 Sept. 1842 ; m. 8 Aug. 1866, 
Frances Sophia, only child of the late Francis 
Charles Elsegood, Esq. of Upper Brook Street, 
GrrosTcnor Square, and has had issue 






I. Henry Owen, 6. 12 Sept. 1SG7 ; d. an infant. 
n. Abthce I'BASCis Owen, b. Aug. 1SG8. 
ni. Francis Owen, 6. 17 Aug. 18G9. 
IV. Cyril Alexander Owen, b. 28 Jan. 1S71. 
I. Frances Isabella Sophia Mary Owen. 
n. Frederica Soi)hia Elizabeth Mary Owen, for whom His 
Majesty the King of Ilauover stood sponsor. 

M>UlCtlQC. — Fbakcis Lewis (stated to have been of an 
ncient Welsh family) settled in Ireland about the middle of 
le 17th century, and acquired property in the cos. of Kildare, 
teath, and the Queen's Co. He in.. Elizabeth Budurda, and 
ras father of 

William Lewis, Esq. of Tullygory, co.Kildarc, m. Margaret, 
au. of Francis Eoberts, Esq., by Jean 0'K.clly his wife, and 
ras s. by his son, 

Michael Lewis, Esq. of Tullygory, m. Su.?anna, dau. of 
Mmund Jones, Esq., M.P. for Daleek a.d. 169G, by Kcbecca 
is wife, dau. of William Crutchley, Esq. of Crutchley Hall, 
!0. Stafford, and had a son and successor, 

BoBEET Lewis, Esq. of Dublin, and of the Queen's Co., ra. 
Inne, dau. of Arthur Gambell, Esq. of Washford, co. West- 
neath, M.P. for Ballyshannon, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
ligorJohn D' Alton, of Dunnel Castle, co. AVestmeatU. By 
inne Gambell, his wife, llobert Lewis had a son and heir, 

Michael Lewis, Esq. of Spring Hill, co. Dublin, m. 1786, 
inne, only dau. of K. Frizell, Esq. of Beaufort House, co. 
)ablin, and had issue by her (who d. 1825), 
WlLLLAM, of Harlech, co. Dublin, and of Kilcullcn, co. Kil- 
dare, m. Dora, dau. of the late John Cassidy, Esq. of 
Monasterevan, and rf. 1850, leaving issue, 
John Haevey, of KilcuUen, co. Kildare, J.P. and D.L. for 
Middlesex, High Sheriff co. Kildare 1857, M.A. Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, 1838, b. 1814; m. 1st, 27 Aug. 1840, Emily Owen, 
only child of George Ball, Esq. of Eichmond, Surrey, 
■which lady d. s. p. 11 Nov. 1850. He m. 2ndly, Jane 
Isabella, dau. of the late WUliam Brown, Esq. Mr. 
Han'ey Lewis was M.P. for Marylcbone from 1861 to 
■William, 6. 1818; m. 1845, Jane, dau. of Michael Hackett, 
Esq. of Elm Grove, King's Co., and has issue, William 
and Harvey. 
Edward Valentine. 

Mary Anne, m. 1832, Robert Morellet AUoway, Esq., J.P., 
of the Derries, Queen's Co. 
Axthce Gambell, of whom presently. 

Blchard, m. 1st, Emily Osborne, of London; 2nclly, a dau. of 
Thomas Taylor, Esq. of Polygon House, Southampton ; and 
Srdly, Frances Tyler, niece of Admiral Sir Charles Tyler, 
and left issue. 
Eobert, R.N., m. Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Sir Richard Onslow, 
Bart., K.B., Vice-Admiral of England and Gen. of Marines, 
«nd(^ 1840, leaving issue. She d. at Brighton, 25 Nov. 1861. 
- Edward, m. his cousin, Henrietta, dau. and co-heir of H. 
Loftus FrizeU, Esq., and has issue. 

Edmond Jones (Rev.), m. Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. 
■William Lyster, and niece of James, Bishop of Dromore, 
and has issue. 
Anne, m. Major J. Fielding Sweeny, and has issue. 
Eleanora, m. F. Bernard Sweeny, Esq. 
Charlotte, ru. Capt. Stuart. 

ICchael Lewis d. 1824. His second son, 

Lieut.-Col. Arthub Gambell Lewis, D.L. and J.P., High 
Sheriff of Monaghan 1847, and Longford 18G5, 6. 7 Dec. 1790; 
m. 1st, 1820, Hester, 2nd dau. of Richard Westenra, Esq. of 
Rutland Square, Dublin, uncle to Lord Eossmore, by whom he 
had issue, Maurice Peppard Warren, LL.D., b. 1821 ; rf. v.nm. 
5. He 111. 2ndly, 1841, Henrietta, relict of the Hon. Richard 

-stenra, 2nd son of Lord Rossmore (d. 1860), and only child 
md heiress of Henry Owen Scott, Esq. of Scotstown, co. 
Monaghan, by Olivia his wife, 2nd dau. and co-heiress of John 
Jwen, Esq. of Raconnell, near Monaghan, by whom he had, 
IIe.vbtOwen now of InneskeenandScatown. Col. Lewi.s, who 
tiad formerly served in the G8th regt., and was subsequently 
Lieut.-Col. of the Monaghan Militia, d. 22 Sept. 18C9. 

Anns — Sa., a chevron erm. between three spear heads arp. a 
cent gu. Cn.'it — Out of a ducal coronet a plume of five 
ith feathers gu. and az. charged with a chevron or, thereon 
t crescent gu. Motlo—Bn\a Liu Hebb Llydd. 
Haidence—lO, Seymour Street, Portman Square. 


Letcestee, Eafe Oswald, Esq. of Toft Hall, 
'0. Chester, b. 5 July, 18-14 ; m. 2 Nov. 1867, Edith, 
lau. of Hubert de iiui-gh, Esq. of West Drayton, 

ILinCajjr. — Ralph Letcesteb, younger brothei of John 
Leycester, of Tablcy, m. Joan, dau. and heiress of Robert 
Toft, of Toft, and thus founded the family of Leycester of 
Toft. Ho d. temp. Ricuabd II. His great-greatgreatgrcat- 

Sir Ralph Leycester, of Toft, was knighted at Leith 1 1 May, 
1544, at which lime the Earl of Hertford, being then Gen., 
dubbed several Cheshire gentlemen. Sir Ralph's grandson, 

SiE George Leycester, Knt. of Toft, hi. Alice, eldest dau. of 
Peter Leycester, Esq. of Tabley, and had issue. Sir George 
was made Sheriff of Cheshire by patent, dated 29 Dec. 45 
Elizabeth. He d. 1612, and was s. by his only surviving son, 

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, father, by his wife Mary, 
dau. of Anthony WoodhuJl, Esq. of Mollington, co. Oxford, of 
a son and heir, 

George Leycester, Esq. of Toft, m. Dorothy, dau. of John 
Clayton, Esq., and sister and co-heir of Richard Clayton, Esq. 
of Crooke, co. Lancaster, and had several children, the eldest 
of whom, 

Ralph Letcesteb, Esq. of Toft, m. Eleanor, dau. of Sir 
Peter Leycester, Bart, of Tabley, the well known historian of 
Cheshire, and dying March, 1C85, was s. by his elder son, 

George Leycester, Esq. of Toft, m. Jane, dau. of Oswald 
Mosley, Esq. of Ancoats, by whom he had three sons, Raliu, 
his successor; George, a Merchant in Londou, ancestor of the 
family of Leycester of White Place, Berks; and Oswald. The 
eldest son and successor, 

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, 6. 1699; m. Katherine, dau. 
and co-lieiress of EdwardNorris, Esq. of Speke, co. Lancaster, 
by Anne, dau. and heiress of Peter Gerard, Esq. of Crewood, 
and by her (who d. 1799, at the advanced age of 90) he had 
issue, 1 George, his successor ; 2 Ralph, heir to his brother ; 
3 Edward, rf. v./im. 1756; 4 Hugh, 6. 1748, King's Counsel and 
one of the Judges of North Wales, rf. 2 Jan. 1836; 5 Oswald, 
b. 1752, M.A., Rector of Stoke-upon-Tern, to. 1st, Mary, dau. 
of P. Johnson, Esq. of Semperley, and 2ndly, Eliza, dau. of 
Charles White, Esq. of Manchester; 1 Anne, m. the Rev. Dr. 
Norbury ; 2 Theodosia, m. the Rev. Egerton Leigh, ArchdeaLoa 
of Salop and Rector of Lymme ; and 3 Susannah, m. 1773, 
the Hon. John Grey. Mr. Leycester d. 1777, aftd was s. by 
his eldest son, 

George Letcesteb, Esq. of Toft, at whose decease, unr.u 
1809, the family estates devolved upon his brother, 

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, m. 1762, Charlotte, 3rd dau. 
of the Rev. Dr. Lushington, of Eastbourne, Sussex, and h;;d 
issue, Ralph, his heir; Henry, Capt. R.N., rf. at Pisa; 
George, Fellow of King's CoU. Camb. ; Wi'liam, m. Miss 
Friel, and has issue ; Charlotte, ra. Charles Dumbleton, Esq. 
of Bath ; Harriet, m. the Rev. Robert Cox, Vicar of Eridg. 
north ; and Susanna. Mr. Leycester was s. by his eldest son, 

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, b. 1764, M.P. for Shaftes- 
bury, m. Susanna, eldest dau. of the Rev. Egerton Leigh, of 
the family of the West Hall, High Leigh, and left at his 
decease (with three daus., Charlotte, Emma Theodosia, and 
Laura Susanna, which last d. C Jan. 1835) an only son and 

Ralph Geeard Leycester, Esq. of Toft Hall, b. 11 Oct. 
1817 ; m. 9 June, J 840, Emily Elizabeth, dau. of Chailos 
Tyrwhitt Jones, Esq., son of Sir T. Tyrwhitt Jones, Bart., and 
dying 18 April, 1S51, left issue, i. Rape Oswald, now of Toft; 
II. Charles Hugh, 6. April, 1848 ; iii. Ernest Gerard, 6. Oct. 
1849; I. Georgina Susanna; and ii. Amy Theodosia, d. 4 Apiil, 

Arms — Az., between two fleurs-de-lis or, a fcss of the second 
fretty gu. Crest — A roebuck per pale or and gu. attired of the 
second, holding in his mouth an acora-brouch ppr. 

Seat—Joit HaU, Knutsford. 


Letcestee, Edmund Moetiitee, Esq. of Wliite 
Place, Berks, retii-ed Ca_pt. R.N., b. 23 July, 1810 ; 
w. 19 April, 1842, Henrietta Susauna, dau. of Capt. 
James Neville, E.N., and has issue, 

I. Eafe Neville, 6. 24 April, 1843. 

I. Isabel Emily Hanmer, m. Malcolm de Saumarez Edye, 

ILtncajC— George Letcesteb, Esq., 2na son of Geovcro 
Leycester, Esq. of Toft Hall, »!i. Martha, dau. of John Dodson, 
Esq., High Sheriff of Berks, and had an only son and heir. 

The Rev. Ralph Leycesteb, of White Place, m. 1761, 
Susanna, sister of Sir Walden Hanmer, Bart., M.P. for Sudbury, 






an(l (?. 1803, leavin;; (with a Can., Martha Elizabeth, m. John 
Artolplms, Esq., Bavristcr-at-Law) an only son and successor, 

George Hanmer Leycesteb, Esq. of White Place, 6. 12 July, 
1763; m. 1796, Charlotte Jemima, youngest dau. of Hans 
Wintrop Mortimer, Esq. of Caldwell, co. Derby, M.P. for 
Sliaftesbury, by Anne his wife, only dau. of Lord Anne 
Hamilton, Srd son of James, 4th Duke of Hamilton, and by her 
(who d. 16 Feb. 1851) had issue, 

Georoe Ralph, of White Place. 

Henry Hanmek, of whom presently. 

EoiinND Mortimer, now ot White Place. 

Oswald Waldcn, d. unm. Augustus Adolphiis, married. 

Henrietta Maria, m. William Ward, Esq., and is deceased. 

Louisa Genevieve, vi. Francis Lyne, Esq., and d. 1S77. 

Susanna Jane, m. Capt. Poulton, Madras army, and is 
Mr. Leyccster d. 6 Oct. 1838, and was s. by his eldest son, 

George Pvalph Leycester, Esq. of White Place, 0. 31 July, 
1801 ; d. unm. 11 Jan. 1855. He was s. by his brother, 

Henry Hanmer Leycester, Esq. of White Place, b. 4 March, 
1808; TO. 28 April, 1852, Clara Priscilla, dau. of Francis John 
Norris, Esq., only son of John Norris, Esq. of Hemstead, Kent, 
M.P., and grandson of Sir John Norris, Admiral of the Fleet, 
and Vice-Admiral of England temp. Geobge II., and by her 
(who d. 6 Oct. 1864} had issue, 

Arthor Hanmer, 6. 18 Jan. 1853. 
Lionel de Walden Henry, b. 18 Oct. 1856. 

Mr. Leycester d. 22 Jan. 1862, when the estates devolved for 
life on his brother, the present Edmdnd Mokiimee Leycester, 
Esq. of White Place. 

Arms — Az., afessor, fretty gu. between two fleurs-de-lis of the 
second. Crest — A roebuck statant per pale or and gu. attired 
of the second, holding in his mouth an acorn branch ppr. 
Motto — Dominus illuminatio mea. 

Seal — White Place, near Maidenhead. 



See Nayloe. 



LlDWlLL, GEOEaE, Esq. of Dromard, co. Tippe- 
rary, J.P., late Capt. 19th regt., b. 1828 ; s. his 
■father 1868 ; m. 1863, Edith Wheatley, dau. of 
Henry Adams, Esq. of Kensington, by whom (who 
4l. 22 March, 1877) he had issue, 

I. George J. F., 6. 29 Oct. 1869. 

II. Eobert, 6. 15 April, 1871. 

I. Eleanor. ii. Edith Margaret,' 6. 29 May, 1874. 

5£,llTCatJC-— The family of Lidwill, formerly Ltdtl, co. 
Durham, can be traced for many generations in the cos. of 
Carlow and Tipperary. The immediate ancestor of the 
Dromard family was 

John Lidwill, Esq. of Shannaghmore, co. Carlow (son of 
PvObert Lidwill, Esq. of Shannaghmore, by Mary his wife, sister 
of Launcelot Caulfield, Esq.), who purchased property to a 
large extent at Castle Dermot, co. Kildare. He m. Eleanor, 
<lau. of Thomas Cooke, Esq. of Painstown, by Ellen his wife, 
eldest dau. and co-heir of Nicholas Purcell, Bart, of Loughmoe, 
«o. Tipperary, and had issue, 

I. George, his heir. 

II. Thomas, who m. (settlement dated 1736) Jemima, dau. 
and heiress of Mark Cowley, Esq. of Clonraore, and Cor- 
mackstown, co. Tipperary, and d. 1782, leaving, with four 
(laus., as many sons, 

1 John, of Rushall, Queen's Co., m. Anne Fitzpatrick, of 
Ballybooden, and hail issue. 

2 Mark, of Cormaekstown and Annfield, High Sheriff of 
Tipperary 1779, in. 8 Dec. 1774, Luey, dau. of Michael 
•Scanlan, Esq. of liallyneha, co. Limerick, and had issue, 

Thomas, of Clonmore, m. 10 Oct. 1796, Mary, eldest dau. 
of Eobert Atkins, Esq. of Firville, co. Cork, and d. 
1822, leaving with four daus. (1 Mary, m. 25 Aug. 1826, 
John Browne, Esq. of Clonboy, J. P. co. Clare; 
2 Lueinda, m. Capt. Sayers; 3 Helen Ormesby, to. llcv. 
Geoi-ge Wilkinson, Rector of Williamstown, Victoria; 
4 Ismay, to. 1836, Thomas Anthony Southwell Browne, 
Esq.), two sons, Thomas, the younger, to. 1835, Delia 
Russell, of Mount Russell, co. Cork, and left daus. only. 
The elder son, Robert Atkins, of Clonmore and Cor- 
maekstown, J. P., 111. Isabella, dau. of Christopher 
Delmege, Esq. of Castle Park, and d. 1850, leaving 

1 Eobert Atkins, of Clonmore, andTomslake, Riverine, 
Australia, b. 24 April, 1840; m. 27 Jan. 1866, Mary 



Jane Cowen, dau. of William Florance, Esq. c 
Richmond, M.D., by Elise his wife, dau. of Loni 
Massena, one of the private physicians of Napoleon I, 
and has issue, Mark Cowley, b. 7 April, 1878; am 
Matilda Florance. 
2 Thomas, d. unm. in China. 

1 Matilda, to. her cousin, Thomas Brown, Esq. 

2 Mary, m. 1875, Henry Loftus Hogen, Esq. 

3 Isabella. 
Michael, of Beakstown, co. Tipperary, m. Miss Doral 

Scully, and had issue. Mark, d. vMin. in India. 
Lucy, d. unm. 
Ismay, m. Capt. John Payne, 45th regt., and had an onl; 

child, Agnes Mary Payne, to. 1838, Eodolphus Scully 

Esq. of Bloomfield. 

3 George, a Capt. in the Eoden Fencibles, m. Mary, dau. o 
O'Brien Butler, Esq. of Bansha Castle, co. Tipperary, an( 
d. s. p. 

4 Thomas, of Clonmore, \m. 14 Jan. 1774, Elizabeth Julia 
dau. of John O'Grady, of Kilballyowen, by Mary hii 
wife, dau. and co-heir of Gerald de Courcy, Lord King 
sale, and left an only dau. and heiress, Mary Margaret 
in. Henry Grove Grady, Esq. of Bellwood, co. Tipperary 

John Lidwill, of Shannaghmore, is said to have lived to be 100;' 
and his wife to an equally advanced age. Their elder son anc. 

George Lidwill, Esq. of Lissannurc, co. Tipperary, m. Misi 
Sail, of Cashel, a co-heiress, and had two sons, 

John, his heir. 

Eobert, of Lissannure, to. Hester, dau. of Joseph Gubbins 
of Kilfrush, co. Limerick. 

The elder son and heir, 

John Lidwill, Esq. of Dromard, co. Tipperary, commonlj 
known as "Blackjack," to. Catherine, dau. of Patrick Fitz- 
patrick, of Ballybooden, of the noble family of Upper Ossory, 
and co-heiress of her brother Timothy Fitzpatrick, Esq. oi 
Dallybooden, and left with other issue, George, his heir; and 
John Lidwill. The elder son, 

George Lidwill, Esq. of Dromard, a well-known litterateui 
and politician. High Sheriff Tipperary 1807, d. 1839. Hem 
(license dated 17 March, 1792) Eleanor, dau. of Morgan 
Kavanagh, Esq. of Ballyheale, co. Kilkenny, by Lady Frances | 
Butler his wife, sister of John, Earl of Ormonde, and left (witl! i 
two daus., Frances and Catherine) two sons, Frederick and jj 
Henry. The latter d. unm. The former, 

Frederick Lidwill, Esq. of Dromard, to. 1826, Christiana, 
dau. of William Hutchinson, Esq. of Timoney, co. Tipperary, 
and by her (who d. 1833) had issue (with a dau., Anna, whora. 
1853, Capt. W. J. Hoare, 7th Royal Fusiliers, and d. 1856; 
leaving a dau., Anna Maria) a son, George. Mr. Lidwill d. 
1868, and was s. by his son, the present George Lidwill, oi 
Dromard, late Capt. 19th regt., who served in the Easterr 
Campaign of 1854-55, in Turkey and the Crimea, in the Light 
Division ; was present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
and received his company by the death of Capt. Ker in th« 
latter engagement. 

Arms — Arg., fretty gu., on a chief of the second, thref 
leopards' faces or. Crest — A lion rampant sa. crowned with as 
Irish crown. Motln — "Vis unita fortior. 

<Seoi— Dromard, Templemore, co. Tipperary. 



See Spoonek-Lillingstoi]". 




of Loughry, co. Tyrone, Capt. 30th regt., b. 1838 ; 
s. his brother 1877. 

iLlllCnCfC.— This family is descended from the ancient 
House of the Lords Lindesay, of the Byres, in co. Haddington 

The first who settled in Ireland upon the confiscation of th( 
O'Neills in Ulster, were two brothers, Bernard Lindesay o; 
Lough Hill, CO. Haddington, Gentleman of the Bedchamber t( 
King James VI., and Robert Lindesay, Esq., Chief Harbingei 
to that monarch, sons of Thomas Lindesay, of Lingswork, in 
Leith, which Thomas held several offices of high honour and 
trust, as well as emolument, under Mary Queen of Scotland, 
and her son. King James VI., such as Searcher-General oi 
Leith, in 1562, which he resigned in favour of his son, Bernard, 
on the 15th Oct. 1594. In Oct. 1580, he held the office ol 
Snowden Herald, and is also described as Snowden Herald on 
the 15th Oct. 1594. King James provided, not only for him, 
but his family, by pensions, &c. : to his daus., Agnes and 






:iizabeth, out of the rents and tithes of the Abbey of North 
Jerwick; also to his sons, Bernard, Thomas, and Robert, from 
ther lands belonging to tha Friars of Linlithgow. Thomas 
,indcsay, the Snowden Herald, was living 15 Oct. 1594. His 

lioDEBT LiNDESAT, Esq. of Lcith, Chief Harbinger and 
Comptroller of the Artillery to King James I. in Scotland, 
btained from that monarch a grant of the manor and lands 
f TuUahoge, Loughry, &c., co. Tyrone, in the 8th year of 
lat sovereign's reign. He m. Janet Acheson, and by her 
vho survived him, and was living 1619) he had a son and 

Robert Lindesat, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, who 
btained a second patent of the said manor and lands of 
oughry and Tullahoge, described therein as Manor Lindcsay, 
I the 14th year of the reign of Charles I., and who built the 
lansion house of Loughry in 1632, which was burnt by the 
:bel3 in 1641, and rebuilt by him in 1671. He was an officer 
1 the royal army at the battle of Worcester. He ??i. Margaret, 
lU. of James Richardson, Esq. of Castle Hill, co. Tyrone; 
id d. 18 May, IG74, aged 70, having had issue (with three 
lus.) three sons, 

I. Robert, ot whom presently. 

II. Alexander, of Cahoo, present with his brother Robert at 
the siege of Derry, in defence of which city he is stated to 
have lost his life, 1689. From him descended, 

Walter Lindesat, Esq. of Glen View, co. Wicklow, J. P. 

for cos. Wicklow and Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 10 April, 

1808; m. 1st, 1830, Thomasine Jane, only dau. of Robert 

Jephson, Esq., and niece of Sir Richard M. Jephson, Bart., 

i which lady d. 1830; and 2ndly, 28 March, 1838, Harriot 

i Cole, 2nd dan. of William Cornish, Esq. of Marazion, 

j Cornwall, D.L. and J. P., and had surviving issue, 

Walter Brocas (Rev.), M.A., late Lieut. Louth Rifles, h. 
25 Dec. 184S; m. 1871, Agnes, dau. of Rev. Richard 
Gibbings, D.D. 
Nora Cole. Harriet Mary Anne Foster. 

Frances Honora. 

III. William, described in a deed of 1667 as having " gone to 
; parts beyond sea." 

■le elder son, 

Robert Lindesat, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, a refugee 
d defender in Derry during the siege, m. Anne, dau. of 
hn Morris, Esq. of Bellville, co. Tyrone ; and d. 1691, leaving 

I. Robert, of Loughry and Tullahoge, M.P. co. Tyrone 1726, 
Judge of the Common Pleas 1733, b. 1679. This gentleman 
was the intimate |friend of Dean Swift. He m. 1707, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Edward Singleton, Esq. of Drogheda, and 
sister of Henry Singleton, Esq., Lord Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas, Ireland, and afterwards Master of the Rolls 
in that kingdom, and had issue one son and one dau., 

1 Robert, d. an infant. 

1 Anne, d. unm. 
a. John, of whose line we treat. 

e eldest son, Judge Lindesay, having d s.p. 1742, wass. by 
i brother, 
loHN Lindesat, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, 6. I6S6 ; 

1744, Elizabeth, dau. of Eev. Bellingham Blauleverer, 
.3tor of Maghera, co. Derry, and granddau. of Wm. Nicol- 
1, Archbishop of Cashel; and d. 1761, leaving a son and 

Robert Lindesat, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, M.P. for 
indalk 1781, Assistant-Barrister co. Tyrone, b. 11 April, 
17; m. 1777, his second cousin, Jane, eldest dau. and co- 
ir of Thomas Maulcverer, Esq. of Arncliffe Hall, co. York, 
d by her (who was b. 24 July, 1753, and d. 18 April, 1824) 
d issue, 

fohn, Lieut. 36th regt., and afterwards Lieut.-Col. Royal 
Tyrone Militia, Mayor of Cashel 1825, b. 29 Feb. 1780; 
m. Maryanne, dau. of Richard Pennefather, Esq. of 
Kcw Park, co. Tipperary, M.P. for Cashel; and d. in the 
lifetime of his father, 6 Nov. 1826, leaving an only son, 
John Lindesat, Esq., D.L., Lieut. 23rd, and afterwards 
Lieut, in the 7th Royal Fusiliers, High Sheriff 1840, b. 
16 March, 1808 ; s. to the family estate on the death of his 
gi-andfather, 1832. He m. Harriott Hester, dau. of the 
Right Hon. Chules Watkin Williams-Wynne, M.P. of 
Langedwin, brother to Sir Watkin Wiliams- Wynne, Bart., 
M.P. of Wynnstay, co. Denbigh, but d. s.p. 7 Aug. 1848, 
and was s. by his uncle, Fredekick Lindesat, Esq. late of 

:iobert, d. an infant. Frederick, lata of Loughry. 
I Thomas (Rev.), Rrotoi of Upper Cumber, m. 1st, 1 Dec. 183.'), 
I Harriet Catherine, dau. of the Hon. and Right Rev. Richard 
Ponsonby, Lord Bishop of Derry, which lady rf. 1836; and 
2ndly, 28 Starch, 1840, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heiress of 
Henry Coddington, Esq. of Donoro, co. Meath, by his wife 
tleanor HamUton, of Biowa HaU; and d. laSO, leaving 



1 Robert Thomas, 7j. 1841; d. unm. 1862. 

2 Henry Richard Ponsonby, Capt. 20th regt. 

3 Thomas, m. 1 Aug. 1874, Inez Eva Isabel, dau. of Lieut 
Col. the Hon Ponsonby Peacocke, of Hawthomden! 
Howick, New Zealand. 4 Frederick. 5 John 

6 Abraham Hamilton, Lieut. R.N. 

7 Edward, Lieut. 1st Royal Scots' regt. 

8 WilUam O'Neill. 

1 Ellen Jane. 

2 Elizabeth Frances, m. Charles Stewart, Esq. of Homhead 
CO. Donegal. 3 Isabel. ' 

Jane, of 28, Imperial Square, Cheltenham. 

Sarah, m. James Cranbourne Strode, Esq., cousin, both by 
father and mother, to the 2nd Marquess of Salisbury 

Eliza, m. Col. Joshua Cooper, of Markree. 

Mary, m. Bellingham Mauleverer, Esq. 

Fanny, m. Col. O'Neill. Anne, d. unm. 

Mr. Lindcsay d. 6 Jan. 1832, and was s. in the family estate by 
his grandson, John Lindesat, who, having d. without issue, 
1848, was s. by his uncle, 

Frederick Lindesay, Esq. of Loughry, J.P. and D.L., M.A., 
Barrister-at-Law, High Sheriff 1859, 6. 1792; m. 1st, 23 Sept! 
1823, Agnes Cornish Bayntun, eldest dau. and co-heiress of 
Sir Edwin Bayntun Sandys, Bart, of Miserden Park, co. 
Gloucester, and Chadlington Hall, co. Oxford ; and d. 1871, 
having by her had issue, 

I. Robert, late 30th regt., Capt. Royal Tyrone Fusiliers 
Militia; d. 1870. 

II. Frederick John Sandys, Major 3rd Dragoon Guards and 
4th Hussars; 6. 1830; d. 1877. 

in. Thomas Edward, Lieut. 27th Bengal Native Infantry, 
killed in India, 10 June, 1857. 
IV. Joshua Edward Charles Cooper, now of Loughry. 

I. Jane Mauleverer Agnes, d. unm. 20 July, 1840. 

II. Philippa Allen, m. Capt. Robert John Knox, J.P., late 
of the Carabineers, and of Cahirleske, co. Kilkenny, and 
has issue. 

III. Agnes Sarah, m. John Bagwell, Esq. of Cambray Terrace, 

He TO. 2ndly, Nov. 1856, Chariotte, 4th surviving dau. of 
Henry Charles Boyle MacMurrough Murphy, Esq., late of 
Hume Street, Dublin, by Susan his wife, dau. of John Jacob, 
Esq., M.D., of Maryborough, Queen's Co., and had issue, 

I. William Frederick. 

I. Flora Charlotte Helena. 11. Emmeline Stuart. 

Arms—G\x., a fess chequy arg. andaz. between three mullets 
in chief of the second and a crescent ppr. in base. Citst—A 
swan wings closed ppr. 

Seats — Loughry, Dungannon, co. Tyrone. 


The late John Lindow, Esq. of Ingwell and 
Eben Hall, Whitehaven, Cumberland, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 1874, b. 1801 ; m. Ann Eliza, 
dau. of John Jackson, Esq. of "Whitehaven, and by 
her (who cL 1877) had, with other issue, 

Jonas, now of Ingwell, and of Cleator, Cumberland, J. P., &. 
17 May, 1847. Eliza Mary. 

Mr. Lindow cl. 20 Feb. 1878. 

ILinCaflC. — Samcel Lindow (son of Jonas Lindow, by 
Agnes Matson, of Tytup Hall, co. Lancaster) m. EUzabeth 
Armstrong, of Kendal, Westmorland, and had a son, 

Jonas Lindow, Esq., m.ZO May, 1797, Ruth Brockbank, and 
by her (who d. 26 Jan. 1831) left issue at his decease, 21 Feb. 

Samuel, of Ingwell. 

John, late of Ingwell, and of Eben Hall, Cumberland. 

Ruth. Mary, m. George William Lindlow, Eso , s. ;o. 

Agnes, m. Isaac Burns, Esq. of Whitehaven, and has one 
surviving son, Jonas Lindow, 6. 29 April, 1837 ; ra. Mary, 
eldest dau. of Mark Hildesley Quayle, Esq., Clerk of th« 
Rolls, Isle of Man, and has issue, Isaac William, and Samuel 
The elder son, 

Samuel Lindow, Esq. of Ingwell, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1862; iL Jan. 1871, and was s. by his brother, John 
Lindow, Esq. of Ingwell and Eben Hall. 

Arms — Erm., on a chevron dovctaUed between three sinister 
hands coupcd at the wrist gu. as many fountains. Crest — -V 
lion rampant gu. semee of buckles or, and holding between the 
paws a fountain. Motto — Vi et virtute. 

Seats— Ehen Hall, Egremont; and Ingwoll, Whitehaven, 


Btjens-Lindow, Jonas Lixdow, Esq. of Irton 
Hall, Cumberland, eldest son of the late Isaac Burns, 
Esq., by Agues, dau, Jonas Lindow, Esq., and 

3 E 





nephew of Samuel Lindow, Esq. of Ingwell {see 
preceding Article), b. 29 April, 1837 ; m. July, 1867, 
Mary, eldest dau. of Mark Hildesley Quayle, Esq. 
of Crogga, Isle of Man, Clerk of the EoUs of that 
Island, and has, with other issue, 

I. Isaac Willum, 6. 1SG8. ir. Samuel Lindow. 

I. Mary Jane. ii. Agnes Lindow. 

Mr. Burns-Lindow, who is a Magistrate for Cum- 
berland, was High Sheriff 1877, and was formerly 
Capt. Eoyal Cumberland MUitia, assumed the name 
and arms of his uncle, Samuel Lindow, by royal 
license, March, 1871. Mr. Burns-Lindow is on RoU 
for High Sheriff of Cumberland in 1877. 
fctti— Iiton Hall, Whiteliaven. 


Lindsay-Carkegie, Heney Alexander, Esq. of 
Spynie, and of Kinblethmont, co. Forfar, D.L., late 
Lieut. Bengal Engineers, h. 25 April, 1836 ; s. 1860 ; 
m. Oct. 1862, Agnes, eldest dau. of James Rait, 
Esq. of Anniston. Mr. Caimegie, Hereditary Eowler 
to the Kings of Scotland, is representative of Lady 
Catherine, sister of King Robert III., wife of David 
Lindsay, 11th Earl of Crawford, of the Fuhertons 
of that ilk, and of the Carnegies of Boysack, is the 
oldest cadet of the noble House of Northesk, and 
claims the Barony of Spynie. 

JLiltCaCJC.— From GoDFRiDns Fullekton, of Fullerton, in 
COS. Penh and Forfar, who got from King Robert the Bruce 
a charter of the office of King's Fowler, descended 

William Fullerton, of Fullerton, m. about 1G50, Margaret 
Lindsay, eldest dau. of the 2nd Lord Spynie, and sister to 
George, the 3rd and last Lord Spynie. Their only son, 

William Fullerton, of Fullerton, by Susan his wife, was 
father of 

John Fullerton, of Fullerton, r,!.. Margaret Carnegie, and 
had (besides a dau., Jean, m. Sir John Wcdderburn, Bart, of 
Blackness) a son, 

William Fullerton, of Fullerton, m. Susanna Ogilvy, and 
was father of a son, William; and a dau., Margaret, m. 
Walter, commonly called Earl of Airlie, and d. s. p. The son, 

William Fullerton, of Fullerton and Glenquich, who as- 
sumed the surname of Lindsat, claimed the title of Lord 
Spynie, but was unsuccessful, under the supposition that the 
original grant had been made only to the 1st Lord Spynies' 
issue male ; this has, it is stated, been proved to have been 
wrong, by Mr. Riddell, the writer on Scotch peerage law. Mr. 
Fullorton-Lindsay ra. 1st, Stewart, only dau. and heir of James 
Carnegie, of Boysack, representative of the Hon. Sir John 
Carnegie, 2ud son of the 1st Earl of Northesk, and by her had 
an only son, James, his heir. He m. 2ndly, Margaret, only 
dau. and heir of James Blair, Esq. of Ardblair, co. Perth, but 
by her had no issue. Mr. Fullerton-Lindsay, who was a Capt. 
in Lord Ogilvy's Scotch regt. in France, and a Lieut. -Col. in 
the Portuguese service, was s. by his only son, 

James Fullerton Lindsay Carnegie, Esq. of Boysack, 
Fullerton, Spynie, and Kinblethmont, m. 1786, Mary Elizabeth, 
only dau. and heir of James Strachan, Esq. of Lower Tooting, 
Surrey, of the Thornton lamily ; and d. 1805, having by her 
had issue, 

William, his heir. 

Alexander, m. 31 Oct. 1820, Amy, only dau. of Alexander 

Cruikshank, Esq. of Strackathrow, co. Forfar, and had an 

only son, Alexander Cruikshank, 6. 1 Nov. 1821. Mr. 

Lindsay, who was Capt. of the "Kelly Castle" Indiaman, 

d. 25 July, 1822. 
John Mackenzie, a Writer to the Signet in Edinburgh, to. 

Florence, dau. of Eev. Charles Brown, and has a dau., 

Emily. Donald, 6. 1794; rf. 1876. 

Susan, 111. at Edinburgh, 15 March, 1814, Thomas Tod, Esq., 

Advocate. Margaret Northesk, d. uwni. 23 Feb. 1818. 

His son, 

William Fullerton Lindsay Carnegie, Esq. of Spynie and 
Boysuck, J. P. and D.L., Vice-Lieut, for co. Forfar, sometime 
Capt. Royal Artillery, h. 13 Blay, 1788; ra. 27 Dec. 1820, Lady 
Jane Christian Carnegie, dau. of William, 7th Earl of Northesk, 
G.C.B. ; and d. 18G0, leaving issue by her (who d. 1 Oct. 1840), 

John, b. 14 Feb. 1833; deceased. 
Henry Alexander, his successor. 

Donald Cliristian Strachan, b. 9 July, 1840, Major Bengal 

Mary Elizabeth, in. Jan. 1845, Major George Gordon, 50 
regt. Bengal Native Infantry, son of Gordon of Halmyr 
CO. Peebles. 

Jane, m. 1850, Alexander Lindsay, Esq., formerly Caj 
8th Hussars. Susan, ni. 1855, Robert Ramsay, Esq. 


Seat — Kinblethmont, near Arbroath, co. Forfar. 



LiNDSBLL, Robert Henry, Esq. of Fairfield, ci 
Bedford, J.P. and D.L., High SherifP 1864, Lieut.- 
Col. in the army, h. 30 Aug. 1818 ; m. 14 Aug. 1845, 
Emma Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Martin Hogge, 
Rector of Southacre, Norfolk, and by her (who d. 
1871) has, with other issue, 

I. Henry Martin, 6. 7 May, 1847. 

II. Arthur Knox, b. 17 June, 1851. 

Lieut. -Col. Lindsell is son of Robert Lindsell, Esq. 
(who d. 30 Sept. 1856), by Frances his wife, dau. of 
Samuel Wells, Esq., Banker, of Biggleswade, and 
grandson of John Lindsell, Esq. (who d. June, 
1833), and Margaret his wife, dau. of R. Cartwright, 
Esq. of London. He has one brother, Charles 
Samuel, J.P. for Beds, who m. 27 Jan. 1854, Anne^ 
dau. of R. Harding, Esq., and has a dau. 
Scat —Fairfield, Biggleswade. 


The late Thomas Spencer Lindsey, Esq. ol 
HoUymount House, co. Mayo, J.P. and D.L., Majoi 
South Mayo Rifles, b. 7 May, 1828 ; m. 6 April 
1864, Mary Catherine Caroline, 2nd dau. of G-eorgc 
Hay ward Lindsay, Esq. of Grlasnevin, co. Dublin 
{see Burke's Peerage, Ceawfoed, E.), and d. 1S74, 
leaving a dau., 

Mary Georgiana Cecelia Katheine. 

iitltCagC. — Thomas Lindsey, Esq., a younger son o 
Thomas Lindsey, Esq. of Turin Castle, co. Mayo, and a descen 
dant of the great Scottish House of Lindsay, m. 1757, France; 
Muschamp Vesey, grand-dau. of Dr. John Vesey, Archbisho] 
of Tuam, and had an only son, 

Thomas Lindsey, Esq. of Hollymount, m. 1784, Lady Mar 
garet Eleanor Bingham, dau. of Charles, 1st Earl of Lucan 
and by her (who d. 1839) had issue, 
Thomas Spencer, of Hollymount. 
Charles Richard, R.N., went down in the old "Blenheim, 

1807, with Sir Thomas Trowbridge. 
William Henry Bingham, Lieut. lOth Hussars, at Waterloc 

d. in India 1822. 
Margaret Louisa, in. the Eev. J. G. Porter, eldest son of Jot 
Poiter, D.D., Bishop of Clogher. 

Anne, in. the Hon. and Rev. J. G. Browne, brother of Lor 

Eleanor, m. James Reed, Esq., and d. 1840. 
Emily, ra. the Kev. Edmund Dowduey, and d. 1855. 
Louisa. M 

The eldest son, 

Thomas Spencer Lindsey, Esq. of Hollymount, J.P. and D.L 
High Sheriff 1822, b. 31 July, 1790 ; m. 1 1 May, 1818, Margan 
Hester, only dau. of Richard Alexander Oswald, Esq. of Auchci 
cruive, co. Ayr, and by her (whod. 1855) had issue, 
Richard Alexander, an ofBcer in the army, b. 15 March 1820 
Thomas Spencer, late of Hollymount. 
Lucy, m. 26 June, 1851, George R.amsay Campbell, Esq. 
Anne Eleanor Matilda Nina, m. 4 Nov. 1841 ('/. 1871), Bare 
Godefroy de Blonay, of Vernaud, in the Canton de "Vaui 

Hester Elizabeth Frances, m. 1864, Francis Ruttledge, Esq 

son of the late Francis Ruttledge, Esq. of Bloomfleld, o 


Lillias Margaret Jane. Katharine Mary, d. 1872. 

Mr. Lindsey d. 21 Dec. 1867. 

Anwi — Gu., afess chcquy arg. and az., between three mt) ' 
lets of the second. Crest — An eagle displayed with two uect 
acaL — Hollymount House, Hollymount, co. Mayo. 









LiNGEN, CnAELES NELSON, Esq. of Penknolcn 
•o. Radnor, B.A. Pcmb. Coll. Cambridge, J.P. 
10. Eadnor, h. 21 Oct. 1843 ; in. 26 Jan. 1876, 
Lmily, eldest dau. of James Eadcliife, Esq. of 
Jwinton Park, co. Lancaster, and has issue, 

Constance Emily, 6. 16 Dec. 1877. A dau. 6. 31 Dec. 1873. 

HtUeatJE.— The Penlanolen family claims descent from 
ilB John Lingen, of Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, who was 
■wner of great possessions in co. Hereford. In the struggie 
letween Charles I. and liis Parliament, Sir Henry Lingen 
spoused the royal cause, and for some time maintained a 
roop of horse for the King's service. By this and consequent 
,nes and confiscations, Sir Henry's estates were much reduced. 
U one time ho was fined £5,000, the highest sum levied on a 
ommoner. These losses were never remembered by CharlesH. 

James Lingen, Esq. of Thinghill Court, co. Hereford, in. 
liss Birt, of London, and had (with three daus., Margaret, w. 
Ir. Godshall; Eleanor, m. F. Lane, Esq. of Hampton; and 
"anny, m. W. A. Adams, Esq. of Pinhault, co. Hereford) an 
nly son, 

William Lingen, Esq. of Sutton, co. Hereford, m. Jane, 2nd 
au. of Richard Heming, Esq. of the Duffiekls, in the same 
hire, and by her had a son, William, of whom presently, and 
hree daus., Jane, )ii. Henry Unett, Esq., of Frenes Court, co. 
lereford ; Margaret, m. John Griffiths, Esq., twice Mayor of 
lereford ; and Nancy, m. William Cook, Esq. of Munderfield, 

0. Hereford. The only son, 

William Lingen, Esq. of Burghill Lodge, co. Hereford, in. 
796, Anne, only dau. and heir of John Barrett, Esq. of 
lollins Hill, co. Worcester, and d. 1816, leaving issue, 

I. Heshi, of Penlanolen, 2nd son. 

II. Charles, M.D., F.E.C.S., and senior Surgeon to the 
Hereford County Infirmary, J.P. for the city of Hereford; 
m. 1841, Ellen, 3rd dau. of Eev. Charles Taylor, D.D., 
Chancellor of the^Diocese of Hereford, and has issue, 

1 Charles James, d. 8 June, 1864. 2 John Taylor. 

1 EHza Jane, d. 12 March, 1860. 

2 Ellen Mary. 3 Alice Margaret. 
4 Blanche Sophia. 5 Florence Anna. 

I. Mary Anne, d. 17 May, 1837. 

II. Sophia, deceased. iii. Eliza, deceased. 

IV. Margaret, d. 27 Oct. 1863. 

V. Jane, m. the Ecv. Joseph Henry Barker, M.A. 

[is 2nd son, 

Henbt Lingen, Esq. of Penlanolen, co. Radnor, J.P. and 
'.L., High Sheriff 1839-40, Barrister-at-Law, h. 16 Aug. 1803; 

1. 7 May, 1837, Priscilla, dau. of Joseph Jones, Esq. of Aber- 
stwith, CO. Cardigan, and d. 22 Jan. 1874, having had issue, 

I. Henry Jones, 6. 3 Oct. 1839; d. 19 Dec. 1863. 
u. Charles Nelson, new of Penlanolen. 
Arms — Barry of six or and az., on a bend, gu. three roses 
rg. Crt»t — Out of a ducal coronet or, a garb vert. 
SMt — Penlanolen, near Ehayader, co. Kaduor. 



See De Lisle. 


LiSTEE, Mathew Henet, Esq. of Burwell Pari, 

0. Lincoln, h. 11 Oct. 1826, bas been twice married; 
ly his first wife be bad tbree daus., 

1. Florence Holroyd Eibblesdale, m. 1876, Porter Wilson, 
Esq. of The Lawn, Brackenboro', co. Lincoln, 

n. Edith Violet. in. Muriel Ada. 

»y his 2nd -wife, Katberine Eutb, dau. of Thomas 
ohn Manning, Esq. of St. Osytb, Essex, and niece 
f Frederick Nassau, Esq. of Si. OsytbPriory, to 
fhom he was m. 5 Feb. 1874, be bas further isiue, 

IV. Mathew Henet, l>. 31 May, 1877. 

V. Constance Margaret Douglas. 

ILtnCagC.— From John Lister of Derby, whom. 1312, the 
au. and heir of John de liolton, Bowbearer of Holland, 
nfally descended William Lister, Esq. of Midhope (elder 
rother of Thomas Lister, ancestor of the Listers of Gisburn 
»lc, now represented by Lord Eibblesdale). He d. 1537, 
aving, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of Thurstone 
anester, of Swindon, a son, 

Cbeistopheb Lister, Esq., to. 1521, Ellen, dau. and co-heir 
' John Clayton, Esq. of Clayton, co. Lancaster, and was 
.tbcr of 

William Lister, Esq. of Midhope, who purchased Thornion- 
in-Craven; he m. 1st, Anne, dau. of Eoger Midhope, and had, 
with other issue, a son, 

Lawrence Lister, Esq., living 1535, to. Evcreld, dau. of Sir 
John Sayer, and was father of 

Sir William Lister, Knt. of Thornton, m. Mary, dau. of Sir 
Henry Bcllasis, and d. 1650, leaving issue. 

William Lister m. 2nd]y, Erigett, dau. of Bartholomew Pigott, 
of Aston Power, Oxon, and had further issue, 
Michael, 6th son, of whom presently. 

Mathew (Sir), 9th son, b. at Thornton-in-Craven, Physician 
to James I. and Charles I., knighted by the latter in 1636. 
He purchased the estate of Burwell, co. Lincoln,, and d. 
there s. jj., Dec. 1656, aged 92. 

The 6th son, 

Michael Lister, Esq. of Frierhead-in-Craven, to. Mary 
Kebell, and d. circa 1010, leaving a son. 

Sir Martin Lister, Knt. of Thorpe Arnold, co. Leicester, 
who inherited Burwell from his uncle. Sir Matthew. He to. 
1st, Mary, dau. of Eichard, Lord Wenman, of Tame, and 
by her (whot?. circa 1635), had, with a dau. Agnes, wife of 
Sir William Hartopp, a son, Eiciiard Lister, whose descen- 
dants were settled at Thorpe Arnold. Sir Martin m. 2ndly, 
Susanna, dau. of Sir Alexander Temple, of St. Mary's Hoo, 
Kent, widow of Sir Gifford Thornhurst, Bart., hy whom she 
had a dau., Frances, to. Eichard Jenyns, and was mother of 
the celebrated Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough. By his 2nd 
wife Sir Martin had, with other issue, 

1 Michael, his successor. 

2 Martin, M.D., the well-known Physician to Queen Anne, 
a Fellow of the Eoyal Society, and a great benefactor to the 
Ashmolean Museum, author of " A .Journey to Paris," and 
many works on Natural History and Medicine. He d. 2 Feb. 
1711-12, and was buried at Clapham. 

1 Susanna, to. George Gregory, of Nottingham. 

2 Frances, m. Eobert Barkliain. 

3 Jane, to. 1st, Hugh Alington, of Stenigott; and 2ndly, 
John Thyme, of Egham. 

Sir Martin d. Aug. 1670 (his wife d. 16C9), and was s. at Bur- 
well by the eldest sou of his 2nd marriage, 

Michael Lister, Esq., to. 1059, Ann, widow of Thomas 
Peers, of Alverstone, co. Warwick, and by her (who d. 1673) 

left issue, 

Mathew, his heir. 

Elizabeth, m. privately, 16 May, 16S9, Charles Knollys, 
claiming to be 4th Earl of Banbury. The validity of this 
marriage was subsequently established, after a suit in the 
Court of Arches. She cL circa 1700, leaving s son, William, 
styled Lord Wallingford, d. s. ■p. 1740; and Katherine, 
d. 1730, buried in Lincoln Cathedral. 

Jane. Mary, to. Thomas Beverley, 

Mr. Lister d. 1678, and was s. by his son. 

Sir William Lister, Knt. of Thornton, son of Laurence 
Lister, Esq. of Midhope, by Evereld his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Sayer, and grandson of William Lister, Esq., who purchased 
Thornton-in-Craven, and who was elder brother of Thomas 
Lister, ancestors of .the Listers o/ Gishorne Parh, co. York, to. 
Mary, dau. of Sir Henry Belasyse, 1st bart. of Newborough, and 
left at his decease, 1650, with other issue, i. William Lister, 
Esq. of Thornton ; and ii. Sir Martin Lister, Knt., the well- 
known Physician ; and his successor at Burwell, 

Matthew Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, in. 1682, Eleanor, 
dau. and eventual heir of Sir Charles Dymoke, Knt. of Scri- 
velsby. Champion to James II., great-great-grandson of Sir 
Edward Dymoke, Knt., Champion to Queen Elizabeth, by- 
Anne Talboys his wife, sister and co-heir of Gilbert Talbots, 
Baron Talbots of Ktme, and was father of 

Matthew Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, bapt. 1683, d. 1744, 
and was s. by his son, 

Matthew Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, to. Grace, widow of 
Sir Edward Boughton, Bart., and dau. of Sir John Shuck- 
burgh, Bart., and d. Jan. 1786, having had a son, 

Matthew Dtmoke Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, to. Lydia, 
only child and heiress of Joseph Bancroft, Esq., and by her 
(who lit. 2ndly, Joseph Livesey, Esq.) left at his decease, 1772, 
a son, 

Matthew Bancroft Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, claimed 
the Barony of Kyme. He wi. 1799, Miss Sophia Bolton, and 
by her (who d. 1851) had issue, 
BIatthew Henrt, his heir. 

John Samuel, of Saleby Grange, Alford, co. Lincoln, B.A., 
J.P., b. 25 Jan. 1812; to. 4 May, 1842, Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of William Wilcock, Esq. ofSavile Hill, Halifax, and 
has issue, Matthew William, formerly of 32nd regt., b. 
20 Jan. 1846i Hannah.., Francos, m. Charles P. Elhott, 
E.I.Co.'s Civil Service, cZ. 1876; Mary, m. J. E. Tanner, 
Esq., and(/. 1868; Elizabeth Sophia; and Katherine Ellen 
Maria, m. J. Herbert Bowman, Esq., and </. 1874. 





Joseph Martin (Rev.), m.. 
George Arthur, Earrister-at Law,(-L 1850. 
Alfred Edward, resident in Australia, and is in. 
Lydia Bougliton, m. the Eev. G. Jaclison, Rector of North 
Keston and d. 1873. 
Sophia, m. the Rev. Francis Pickford, Eectorof Hagworth- 
inghain, son of Capt. Charles Pickford, B.N., 2nd son of Sir 
Joseph Radcliffe, Bart. 
Mary, m. George Marmaduke Alington, Esq. of Swinhope, 
CO. Lincoln, and ii. 1877. Ellen Frances. 

Mr. Lister d. 14 Oct. 1842, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Matthew Hesuy Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, 6. 1801 ; m. 
1823, Arabella, youngest dau. of John Cracroft, Esq. of Hack- 
thorn Hall, CO. Lincoln, by whom (who d. \ Sept. 1873) he 
had issue, 

I. Matthew Henry, his heir. 

I. Emily Sophia, m. Eev. William D. Marsden, d. 1866. 

II. Lucy. 

III. Florence Arabella, m. Uev. John Devrell Devrell. 

IV. Augusta Penelope Anne. 

Mr. Lister was one of the co heirs of the Barony of Kyme. He 
d. 2 Jan. 1870, and was s. by his eldest son, the present pro- 

Arms—VA-m., on a fcss sa. three mullets or. Crest— A. stag's 
head erased ppr. Jl/oUo— Est modus. 

^ja£— Burwell Park, near Louth, co. Lincoln. 




See Listee-Kay. 







LiSTEE, George Spoffoeth, Esq. of Hirst 
Priory, co. Lincolu, and Finningley Park, co. York, 
J.P. and D.L. co. Lincoln and West Eiding of 
Yorkshire, h. 12 June, 1811 ; m. 23 Nov. 1848, 
Caroline, 3rd dau. of William Mostyn Owen, Esq. 
of Woodhouse, Salop. 

iLtUCagC— George Stovin, Esq., son of George Stovin, 
Esq. of Tetles House, co. Lincoln, took the surname and arms 
of Lister, under the will of Thomas Lister, Esq. of Girsby 
House, CO. Lincoln. By Elizabeth his wife he was father of 

James Lister, Esq., in. 1800, Alice, dau. of Robert 
Spofforth, Esq. of Ilowden, E.R. co York, and had issue, 

I. George Spofforth, now of Hirst Priory. 

II. Robert Cornelius, of Ousefleet Grange, co. York, J.P., 
b. 17 April, 1818; Vi. 2G April, 1S42, Elizabeth Cornwell, dau. 
of Jarvis Empson, Esq. of Goole Hall, co. York, and has 

1 James Empson, h. 7 July, 1851. 1 Elizabeth Empson. 

2 Ahcp, m. 1867, J. H. Empson, eldest son of J. W. Emp- 
son, Esq. of Ripple Hall, co. Worcester. 

III. Thomas Henry, of Scremby Hall, Spolsby, Lincoln, M.A., 
Vicar of Luddingcon, J.P. ; ui. 1853, Mary Charlotte, dau. 
of Rev. F'rancis Swan, Rector of Bennington, and has a son 
and two daus., the younger of whom, Edith Grace, in. 9 
Jan. 1879, Langhorne Burton, Esq. 

1. AJice, m. George Smith Haycer, Esq. of Surbiton. 

Arms — Erm., on a. fess sa. three mullets or. Cnsi — A stag's 
head ppr. issuing from a ducal coronet or. Motto — Retinens 
vestigia famfe. 

Seats— Hirst Priory, Epworth, co. Lincoki; and Finningley 
Park, Bawtry, co. York. 


LiSTEE, John, Esq. of Shibden Hall, co. York, 
and Barrister of the Inner Temple, M.A. Prasenose 
Coll. Oxford, I. 8 March, 1847. 

JLtllfitQC. — The family is one of ancient date, tracing its 
descent from Richard Lister, who, at the year 1439, 
17 Henry VI.) purchased land at Hipperholme, in the parish 
of Halifax, and in the vicinity of Shibden Hal), which has been 
in the possession of the family since 1613. 

One of their ancestors, John Lister, &. 1602, was fined for 
not attending to receive the honour of knighthood at the 
coronation of King Charles I.; the receipt for this fine is 
signed by " Wentworthe," Earl of StraEford. 

The full pedigree is in the College of Arms. 

John Lister, of Shibden Hall, J. P., s. Anne, dau. of Capt. 
Jeremy Lister, of Shibden Hall; m. 1844, Louisa Anne, only 
dau. of Major Charles Grant, of the Island of St. Vincent, and 
had issue, 

John, now of Shibden Hall. 

Charles Edmond, 6. 15 June, 1819. Anne, h. 20 Feb. 1852. 

He d. 6 Aug. 1867. 

^rm.s— (On the roof of Halifax Church)— Erm., on a fess sa. 
three mullets or, a dexter canton gu. Crfnt — A stag's head 
erased ppr., charged on the neck with a trefoil slipped gu, 
Molto — Justus propositi tenax. 

Seat — Shibden Hall, Hahfax, co. Yorli. 


The late William Huntee Little, Esq. of 
Llanvair Grange, co. Monmouth, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff 1852, b. Oct. 1790 ; m. 1st, 1831, Mary^ 
dau. of the Rev. Dr. Rogers, of Rainscombe, Wiltsj 
and by her (who d. 1833) had a dau., 

I. Louisa Elizabeth Katherine, in. 1854, Frederick Townley 
Parker, Esq., youngest son of Robert Townley Parkerj 
Esq. of Cuerden, co. Lancaster. 

He m. 2ndly, May, 1836, Georgiana, dau. of Winch- 
combe Henry Hartley, Esq., formerly Judge of the 
Vice-Admiralty Court, Cape of Good Hope, and 
his wife the Lady Louisa Lumley, dau. of Richard, 
4th Earl of Scarbrough, and by that lady had issue, 

I. George Savile Lumley (Rev.), Vicar of Honyngham, co. 
Warwick, h. 1837; in. 1st, 1862, Sophia Louisa, only dau, 
of the Rev. Wm. Corfield, Rector of Llangattoc, co. Mon- 
mouth; and 2ndly, 1865, Mary Sarah, dau. of H. Y. 
Whytehead, Esq. of Crake, co. York, and has five sons 
and two daus. 

II. James Law Charles Hunter, 6. 1844; m. 1871, Eliza 
Mary, dau of John Box, Esq. of Abingdon, and has two 
sons and one dau. 

III. William Hunter Buller, 6. 1847; Lieut. 4th King's Owr 
Royals ; m. 1873, Amy Powys, only child of Edward 
Bode, Esq., and has two daus. 

II. Emma Georgiana Charlotte, in. 1864, James Willoughbj 
Bond, Esq. of Farragh, co. Longford, and has two som 
and three daus. 

III. Henrietta Hannah Louisa, to. 1862, Lieut.-Col. UssliC' 
Lee Morris, late R.M. Light Infantry, and has three son; 
and one dau. 

IV. Barbara Elizabeth Maria, ni. 1860, Capt. William Clod' 
Braddon, late Lieut. 75th regt., Adjutant Brecon Volun 
teers, eldest son of W. Clode Braddon, Esq. of Skisdon 
Cornwall, and has two sons and four daus. 

Mr. Little d. 10 Dec. 1864, and Llanvair Grange is 
for her life, the property of his widow. 

Ht'llCilgC. — George Little, Esq., in. Henrietta Maris 
dau. of Samuel Forth, Esq., and had two sons, Simon; an 
Samuel, D.D., who m. Georgiana Augusta, dau. of Augustus 
4th Earl of Berkeley, and relict of George, 5th Earl of Granard 
The elder son, 

Simon Little, Esq., in. Letitia, sister of Sir James Bone 
Bart, of Coolamber House, co. Longford, and had issui 
George, of whom presently; James; and Elizabeth. Tb 
elder son, 

George Little, Esq., in. 1789, Louisa, youngest dau. ( 
AVilliam Hornby, Esq. of the Hook, Hants, many yeai 
Governor of Bombay, while Warren Hastings was Governor ( 
Bengal, and by her had issue, 

William Hunter, of Llanvair Grange. 
John Hornby, E.I.Co.'s Civil Service, d. 1829. 
James, Barrister-at-Law, d. 1875. 

Emma, in. 1842, Charles Reginald Buller, Esq. of Erie Hal 
Devon, and d. 1865. Georgiana, d. unni. 

-47-TOs— Sa., a chevron engrailed arg. Crest — A leopard 
head ppr. Motto — Magnum in parvo. 
Scat — Llanvair Grange, Abergavenny. 


LiTTLEWooD, Benjamin, Esq. of the Hyde, c( 
Stafford, and Newto^vn Grange, co. Worcester, J.I 
for cos. Stafford and Worcester, and D.L., b. 1 
April, 1802 ; m. 1st, 2 May, 1839, Elizabeth, dau. c 
Thomas Bate, Esq. of the Birches, Hagley, C( 
Worcester, by whom (who d. 14 Sept. 1851) he ha 

I. Henry Charles, Brasenose College, Oson, 6. 6 Dec. 1851 

I. Elizabeth Mary, m. 1873, William Durant Thatcher, Esi 
of Walton House, Clent, co, Worcester. 

II, Annie, d. 29 March, 1853. 





lie m. 2nclly, 2 Oct. 1852, Sarah Campbell, clau. of 

John Wait, Esq. of London, and Willesden House, 

Ziliddlesex, by whom he has issue, 
II. Benjamin Campbell, Brasenose College Oxon, 6. 14 Feb. 

JXtnCitflC— Benjamin Littlewood, the son of Jeremiah and 

Anne Littlewood, v'as 6. 24 May, and bapt. at Goldswinford, 
. Worcester, 26 May, 1716. Hem. 1st, 2 Dec. 1744, Mary Skid- 
re, by whom he had no issue. His 2nd wife, to whom he 
IS 1(1. at Oldswinford aforesaid 10 Sept. 17G6, was Sarah 
. 1733), dan. of Michael Grazebrook, of Audnam, co. Stafford. 

lie d. 16 Oct. 1807, aged 91, having had issue by the said 

Sarah (who d. 13 March, 1707, aged 64), 


Anne, bapt. 13 Sept. 17C7; d. unin 17 Oct. 1795. 

The son and heir, 

Benjamin Littlewood, of Amblecote, bapt. 11 June, 1709, 

purchased the Hyde estate in the parish of Kinver, co. Stafford. 

lie m. Esther, dau. of Eichard Badger, of The Hayes, near 

Stourbridge, and d. 21 Oct. 1844, having had by the said Esther 

ivho d. 20 March, 1842, aged 64; the following issue, 

Benjamin, now of the Hyde. Thomas, m. and has issue. 

Kichard, d. 22 June, 1827, aged 21. 

Sarah Anne, d. unm. 3 July, 1855. 

Jane, m. Henry Charles Auster, Solicitor, of Birmingham. 

Lucy, wife of i'raucis Corser. 

Prei:cnt Rciidcnce— The Greenway, Shurdington, Cheltenham. 


LiTESEY, Joseph Montague, Esq. of Stourton 
Hall, CO. Lincoln, b. 9 April, 1851 ; s. his father 
1854 ; m. Nov. 1872, Laura Fanny, only dau. of the 
late John Marshall, Esq. of Kii-k Ella House, co. 
York, and has a son, 

Aloeknon Montague, h. 29 May, 1874. 

ILilttagC— The family of Livesey of Lireseij. co. Lan- 
caster, was of great antiquity in that shire. One branch was 
of Eastchurcb, Kent, and to that belonged Sir Michael Livesey, 
created a Baronet, 11 July, 1627. The present possessor of 
Stourton Hall, Joseph Montague Liveset, Esq., and his 
brother Eeginald, are sons of the late Joseph Livesey, Esq. 
of Stourton Hall, High Sheriff of co. Lincoln 1854, by Sarah 
Maria his wife, eldest dau. of the Eev. John Earle Welby, of 
Harston, co. Leicester, youngest son of Sir William Earle 
Welby, Bart, of Denton. His uncle is the Eev. Thomas 
Livesey, M.A., J. P. 

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant gu. between three trefoils 
slipped vert. Creds — 1st, a lion's gamb erect gu., holding u 
branch of five trefoils vert. 

Seat— Stourton Hall, near Horncastle. 


Fenton-Litingstone, Thoiias Livingstone, 
Esq. of Westquarter, co. Stirling, and Bedlormie, 
CO. Linlithgow, J. P., h. 17 Jan. 1829 ; s. his gi-and- 
uncle 1853, and assumed the additional surname of 
Livingstone ; m. 10 April, 1855, Christian Mar- 
garet, only dau. and heiress of William Waddell, 
Esq., D.L., of Easter Moffat, co. Lanark, by Mar- 
garet his wife, eldest dau. of Archibald Campbell, 
Esq. of Mclfort, co. Argyll, and has issue. 

I. Thomas, h. 12 May, 1S5G. 

II. William Waddell, b. 31 March, 1858. 
in. John Nigel Edensor, 6. 11 Aug. 1859. 

IV. George Frederick James, b. 1 Oct. 1860. 

V. Charles Henry, h. 7 Xov. 1863. 

ILiWtKQt. —The Hon. Geoege Livingston, of Ogleface, co. 
Linlithgow, 4th son of William, 6th Lord Livingston (see 
Burke's Extinct P<:erage), was created a Baronet ofHoca Scotia, 
30 May. 1625, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Sir William, who was s. by his son, 

Sir Alexander, who was s. by his only son. 

Sir Alexander, designated of Bedlorjnie, who m. Susannah 
Walker, heir of Bedlormie, and was s. by his only son. 

Sir Alexander. This gentleman m. Henrietta, dau. of 
Alexander Scott, Esq., by whom he had seven sons and three 
daus., and was s. by his eldest son, 

Sir George, at whose decease without issue, 1729, the 
baronetcy devolved upon his brother, 

Sm ALEXAiJDtB, who d. unm. 1766, and was s. by liis brollici', 

Sir W'illiam, designated of Westquarter and Bedlormie. 
This gentleman dying without issue, 1709, was s. by his 

Sir Alexander, of Westquarter and Bedlormie, who m. 1st, 
Anne, dau. of John Atkinson, Esq. of London, by whom he had 
(with other issue, who d. unm.), 

I. Thomas, his heir. 

II. Thurstanus, d. without legitimate issue, 1839. 

III. George Augustus, killed in battle. 

I. Anne, who m. 4 Nov. 1801, the Eev. John Thomas Fenton, 
Ecctor of Ousby and Torpcnhow, Cumberland, and by her 
(who d. at Douglas, Isle of Man, 12 Aug. 1851) he left at his 
decease, 13 Oct. 1854, 

1 John Thomas Fenton. 

2 Alexander F'cnton. 3 Eobert Fenton. 

4 George Livingstone Fenton (Eev.), Chaplain of Poona, 

1 Anne, m. William Henry Clarke, Esq. of Hexham House, 
Northumberland, and had two sous, Clement Henry and 

2 Caroline, m. her cousin, Eobert Fenton, Esq. 3 Mary. 
The eldest son, John Thomas Fenton, Esq., to. 1828, 

Selina, youngest dau. of Sir John Heathcote, of Longton 
Hall, CO. Stafford, and d. 28 March, 1875, leaving an only 
son, the present Thomas Livingstone Fbnton-Livingstone, 
Esq. of Westquarter. 

.Sir Alexander m. 2ndly, Jane, dau. of Capt. the Hon. William 
Henry Cranston, son of William, 5th Lord Cranston, by whom 
he had two sons and a dau., Francis, an officer in the army, 
d. s. p.; David, killed in battle, «. 'f. ; Eliza, m. J. Kirsopp, 
Esq. of Spital. Sir Alexander d. 1795, and was s. by the 3rd, 
but eldest surviving son of his 1st marriage, 

Sir Thomas, Admiral of the White; m. 1809, Janet, only 
surviving dau. of Sir James Stirling, Bart, of Mansfield, by 
whom (who d. 1831) he had no issue. Sir Thomas d. 1 April, 
1853, and was s. at Westquarter, under a deed which he 
executed, by his grand-nephew, the present Thomas Livisg- 
STONE Fenton-Livingstone, Esq. of Westquarter. 

Creation— 30 May, 1625. 

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, arg., three cinquefoils gu., 
within a double tressure flory and counterflory vert; 2nd and 
3rd, sa., a bend between six billets or ; in surtout, an escut- 
cheon az. charged with an oak tree growing out of the base 
gold within a bordure arg., charged with eight gilliflow"ers gu. 
all within a border quartered or and gu. Crest — A demi-savage 
wreathed round the head and middle with laurel leaves holding 
in his dexter hand a baton erect, and in his sinister a serpent 
entwined roimd the arm all ppr. Motto — Si je puis. 

Seats — Westquarter, near Falkirk; and Bedlormie, Linlithgow. 


Llewellyn, William, Esq. of Court Colman, 
CO. Glamorgan, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1854, 
b. 10 Aug. 1820 ; m. 2.3 April, 1814, Eleanor Emma, 
dau. of Rev. Eobert Knight, of Tythegston Conrt, 
CO. Glamorgan, and has, with five daus., two sons, 

I. Egbert William, J. P., Capt. Eoyal Glamorgan Light 
Infantry Blilitia, late Eoyal Dragoons, b. 26 May, 1848. 

II. William Hely, 6. '20 Nov. 1849; d. 13 April, 1877. 

Mr. Llewellyn is only child of WiUiam Llewellyn, 
Esq. of Glauafon, co. Glamorgan, by Catherine his 
■wife, eldest dau. of John Place, Esq. 
(SeaJ— Court Colman, Bridgend. 



of Eynant Hall, co. Montgomery, and Stapleton, 
Shrewsbury, M.A., b. 17 Sept. 1840 ; s. his maternal 
uncle, and assumed the additional surname of 

JLiUCagC. — Eichard Llewellin, Esq. of Holm Wood, co. 
Gloucester, 6. 1 Nov. 1759, son and heir (by Mary his wife, 
dau. of John AVilliams, Esq. of Trearchid, co. Pembroke) of 
Eichard Llewellin, Esq. of Holm Wood, who migrated from 
CO. Pembroke to Bristol; m. 14 Jan. 1800, Anna Maria Ames, 
sister of Lionel Lyde, Esq. of Ayott St. Lawrence, Herts, and 
Levi Ames, Esq. of The Hyde, Beds, and by her had issue, 
Eichard, of Tregwynt. 

Thomas, of Olveston Court, co. Gloucester; d. 29 Oct. 1863. 
Anna Maria, )/i. 30 May, 1839, Eev. William Purcell : and 
d. 13 April, 1857, leaving issue by him (who d. 22 Oct. 1877) 
the present Eichard Llewellin Purcell-Llewellin, Esq. 
of Eynant, and Eev. Lionel Thomas Purcell, M.A., Clerk in 
Holy Orders, m. 2 July, 1878, Annie Elizabeth Knighton. 
Elizabeth, r,i. 1834, Capt. Thomas Digby Eoberts Hon. 
E.I.C.S., and has issue seven childien. 
Fhuebe and Emma, both d. tinm. 





Mr. Llewellin d. 18 Aug. 1825, and was g. by his son, 

KicHARD Llewellin, Esq. of Tregwync, co. Pembroke, J. P. 
andD.L., High SheriCf 1840, B. A. Oxford, 6. 23 Jlarch, 1802; 
d. uiim. 21 March, 1871, and was s. by his nephew. 

SenU — Eynant Hall, Llanfyllin, co. Montgomery, and Staple- 
ton, Shrewsbury. 


DiLLWYN - Llewelyn, John Talbot, Esq. of 
Tnisygerwn, co. Glamorgan, J.P. and D.L. for that 
CO., and J.P. cos. Carmarthen and Brecknock, 
High Sheriff of Glamorganshire 1878, b. 26 May, 
1836 ; m. 7 May, 1881, Caroline Julia, dau. of the 
late Sir Michael H. Hicks-lJeach, Bart., M.P., and 
has issue, 

I. John JIichael, h. 10 Sept. 18G6. 

II. William, 6. 1 April, 1863. 
in. Charles, b. 29 June, 1870. 

I. Gwendoline Harriet, 6. 27 Feb. 1852. 

fLtlTEJttlC. — See DiLLWTN of Penllergare. 

John Dillwtn-Lleweltn, of Penllergare, m. 10 June, 1833, 
Emma Thomasina, dau. of Thomas Mansel Talbot, £sg. of 
Uargan Abbey, and has issue, 

John Talbot, of Ynisygwern. 
Teresa, m. to Nevil Story Maskelyne, Esq. 
Emma Charlotte, m. Henry lirnyon Crichton, Esq. 
EUnor Amy. Lucy Catharine. 

Seal — Ynisygerwn, Neath. 


LxOTD, EiCHAED Thomas, Esq. of Aston Hall, 
Salop, and of Roll's Park, Essex, High Sheriif 
for Shropshire 1874, J.P. and D.L., late Capt. 
Grenadier Guards, Lieut.-Col. Shropshire Yeo- 
manry, b. 9 Sept. 1820 ; m. 19 Aug. 1852, Lady 
Frances Hay, 3rd dau. of Thomas Robert, 10th Earl 
of KinnouU, and has issue, 

I. Fkancis, Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 6. 12 Aug. 1853. 

II. Fitzwarren, 6. 16 Aug. 1859. 
HI. Kossendale, 6. 14 Sept. 1863. 

IV. Eichard Harvey, 6. 17 April, 1S68. 

V. Edward Nathaniel, b. 16 Feb. 1871. 

I. Era. II. Louisa Selina. m. Edith. iv. Ada. 
V. Maude. 

Mr. Lloyd s. his motlicr 7 March, 1866. 

3L(nC<ICJC.— The Lloyds of Aston have been seated at 
Aston from an early period, and derive from the royal House 
of Powys, through their immediate progenitor, Einion Efell, 
Lord of Cynllaeth, son of Madoc, last Prince of Powys. 

Andrew Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, like his neighbour, Mytton, 
of Halston, adopted the cause of the Parliament against King 
Chakles I., and held a Captain's commission in the army. 
Capt. Lloyd m. Margaret, dau. of Thomas Powell, of Whit- 
tington Park, and had, with other issue, Thomas, his heir, and 
Eichard (Sir), Chancellor of Durham, and Judge of the Admi- 
ralty Court, father of Sir Nathaniel Lloyd, Knt., a liberal 
benefactor to the coUegesof Trinity Hall and All Souls', Oxford. 
TUe elder son, 

Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, acquired by marriage with 
Sarah, dau. and co-heir of Frances Albany, Esq., the lordship 
and estate of Whittington, Salop, and had, inter alios, Robert, 
his heir; Elizabeth, m. Foulk Lloyd, Esq. of Foxhall, co. 
Denbigh (descended in the male line, from William Kosindale, 
grandson of Henry liosindale, of Kosindale, co. Lancaster, 
who adopted the surname. Of the Hellan and Foxhall famify, 
Humphrey Lloyd, the celebrated antiquary, wasadestendant). 
Elizabeth and Foulk Lloyd had three sons, 

Thoma'^'l^'yd, } Buccessively of Aston. 

Piosindale Lloyd, who m. Jane, dau. of Robert Davies, Esq. 
of Llannerch, and d. 1734. He had, 
William (Rev.), who s. his uncle at Aston. 
Mr. Lloyd d. 1692, and was s. by his son, 

Eobeet Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, M.P. co. Salop, who m. Mary, 
eldest dau. of Sir John Bridgcman, liart., and left a son and 

Eobeet Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, 51. P. co. Salop. He d. unm. 
7 June, 1734, when the Aston and other estates devolved upon 
(the eldest sou of bis aunt) bis cousin, 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Foxhall, who dying without issue, 174Ii 

was s. by his brother, 

Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, at whose decease, unm., 1754, 
the estates passed to his nephew. 

The Rev. William Lloyd, of Aston. This gentleman m, 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Sneyd, Esq. of Bishton, co. Stafford, 
and had an only son and heir. 

The Rev. John Eobekt Lloyd, of Aston, who m. Martha, 
4th dau. of John Shakespeare, Esq. of London, and had issue, 
William, his heir. ' 

Charles Arthur Albany (Rev.), Eector of Whittington, Salop; 
b. 178.5; ni. Mrs. Hannah Simpson Cowan; and d. 1851, 
leaving three children. 
George Newton Kynaston (Rev.), Rector of Schattyn, Salop, 
b. 1786; m. Miss Corrie; and d. 1848, leaving three 
Elizabeth, m. Robert Curtis, Esq.; and d. leaving issue. 
Charlotte, m. 1803, Hon. Thomas Kenyon, son of Lloyd, 1st 
Lord Kenyon, and has issue. 
Mr. Lloyd d. 1803, and was $. by his eldest son, 

William Lloyd, Esq. of Aston, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff ISIO, 
6. 21 Dec. 1779 ; on. 1805, Louisa, eldest dau. and co-heir of 
Admiral Sir Eliab Harvey, G.C.B., of Rolls Park, Essex, and 
by her (who d. 7 March, 1866/ left issue, 

William Fitzwarren, d. 182.5. 

EicHABD Thomas, now of Aston. Edward Harvey. 
Louisa Eliza. 

Charlotte, m. 30 Oct. 1838, George Grenville Pigott, Esq. of 
Doddershall Park, Bucks, who d. 1865. 
Mr. Lloyd d. 29 April, 1843. 

Arms — Per fess sa. and arg., alion rampant counterchanged. 
Motto — Hwy pery clud na golud. (In English, Longer will 
fame last than wealth.) 

Seats— Aston Hall, Oswestry, Salop ; and Rolls Park, Chig- 
well, Essex. Clubs — White's; Guards; Carlton,- and Pratt's. 





Lloyd, Edward Owen Vaitghan, Esq. of Rha^ 
gatt, CO. Merioneth, b. 20 Aug. 1857. 

ILinCagC.- The family of Lloyd of Rhaoatt, is of the 
tribe of Tudor Trevor, Lord of the Marches of Wales, through 
Cuhelyn, of Pontre Cuhelyn, in Llangollen. The representa- 
tive of this long descended line. 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Berth, Llanbedr, co. Denbigh, Chief 
Justice of Carmarthen Circuit, b. 1746, d. 1806, leaving a son, 

Edward Lloyd, Esq. of Berth, co. Denbigh, and Rhagatt, 
near Corwen, J.P. ; m. Frances, dau. of J. Madocks, Esq. of 
Fron Iw, co. Denbigh, and had two sons, 

I. John, his heir. 

II. Edward, ra. Mary Eliza, dau. of John Madocks, Esq. ol 
Glany wem, co. Denbigh, and d. 1863, leaving a son, 

Edward Owen Vaughan, now of Ehagatt. 

III. Howel William, m. Eliza, dau. of G. Wilson, Esq., and 
has issue, Edward. 

IV. Charles Owen, d. s. p. 
I. Frances Margaret, m. Sir Robert Williames 'Vaughan, 

Bart, of Heng^rt and Nannau. 
u. Mary Charlotte, of Hengwrt, and Tanllan, Lanclltyd 

III. Charlotte, to. R. J. Price, Esq. of Ehiwlas, Bala. 

IV. Jane M., vi. 'Ven. Archdeacon Ffoulkcs. 

V. Eliza Blackburne, la. Major M. Vibart. 

VI. Harriet Frances, also of Hengwrt. 

Mr. Lloyd d. 1805, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Ehagatt, J.P. cos. Merioneth and Den 
high, D.L. of the former, served as High Slieriil co. Denbigl 
1863. He TO. 16 Feb. 1848, Gertrude Jane Mary, dau. of Philij 
Lake Godsal, Esq. of Iscoed Park, eo. Flint, and d. s, p. 2". 
May, 1865, and was s. by his nephew, 
Edward Owen "Vaughan Lloyd. 

Arms — Per bend sinister cnn. and ermines, over all a lioi 
rampant or in a bordure go. Crest — A unicorn's head IssuiD] 
from a ducal coronet arg. armed and mancd or. 

Seal — Khagalt, near Corwen. 




Lloyd, Llewellyn-Lloyd, Esq. of Glang\nllj 
CO. Carmarthen, J.P. and D.L., b. 6 June, 1840 
s. his father 1 Jan. 1862 ; m. 4 Nov. 1869, France 
Sarah, only surviving dau. of Frank Jones Walkei 
Jones, Esq. of Beddgelert, co. Carnarvon, and ha 
















Pbyse, 6. 1873. 

Frances Ethel. Alice Gertrude. Violet Lucy. 

Grace Maude. 

ICinCHSt. — ^The Llotds of Glanswilly, now represented 
)y tlie family of Price, were in direct descent froiu Ruoori 
KIawb, King of Wales. 

Tbomas Llotd, Esq. of Glangwilly, High Sheriff 1G5G, was 
ion of Griffith Lloyd, of Glangwilly, and grandson of John 
Uoyd, Esq., High Sheriff 1G09, who was son of David Lloyd 
ip Griffith, of Llanlawddog, by Catherine his wife, dau. and 
jO-heir of Sir Christopher Turberville, Knt. of Penllyn. He 
». Anne, dau. and co-heir (by Mary his wife, dau. and co-heir 
)f John Stedman, Esq. of Kilkennin), of Henry Vaugban, Esq. 
)f Kilkennin, brother of Sir John Vaughan, of Trawscoed, 
incestor of the Earls of Lisburne, and was father of 

John Llotd, Esq. of Glangwilly, High Sheriff co. Cardigan 
1683, ni. Anne, dau. of James Johnes, Esq. of Dolau Cothi, 
Sheriff co. Carmarthen 1CC7, and left two daus. and co-heirs, 
Ikne and Mary. The younger m. Miles Stedman, Esq. of 
Dolygaer, co. Brecon, and was mother of Dorothy, wife of 
ttev. Thomas Prothero. Mr. Lloyd d. 103-1; his elder dau., 

Anne Llotd, of Glangwilly, m. Walter Lloyd, Esq. of 
)Imarch, 2nd son of David Lloyd, Esq. of Cynfryn, co. Car- 
ligan, and d. 1760, leaving a son, 

John Llotd, Esq. of Glangwilly, m. Anne, eldest dau. of 
Grismond Philipps, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, and had an elder dau. 
and eventually sole heiress, 

Jane Llotd, m. Jeremiah Price, Esq., co. Piadnor, and had, 
with two daus., Elizabeth and Anne, wife of Walter Hills, a 
son and successor, 

Jebemiab Peice, Esq. of Glangwilly, J.P., m. 1796, Jane, 
dau. of Daniel Lloyd, Esq. of Laques, co. Carmarthen, and 
d. 1819, having by her (who d. 1845) had issue, 

1. John Llotd, his heir. 

u. Walter Owen, of Castle Pigyn, co. Carmarthen, 6. 
25 April, 1805; m. 4 May, 1833, Eleanor, dau. and heir of 
John Evans, Esq. of Glannantcau, co. Cardigan, and has 

1 Lloyd, J.P. and D.L., h. 1 May, 1S34; m. 27 Nov. 1856, 
Priscilla Willy, only child and heir of James Lewes, Esq. 
of Cwmhir, co. Cardigan, a descendant of the ancient 
family of Lewes, of Dinas Cerdyn, co. Cardigan, and has 
issue, Meredydd Lewes Willy Lloyd, Walter Owen Lloyd, 
Gwendoline Mary Louise, and Gwladys Helen Priscilla. 

2 EUiot Lloyd, 6. 1 Aug. 1840; m. 1861, Jane Evans, dau. 
and heiress of Thomas Morgan, Esq. of Cardigan, and 
had a son, Morgan Ashhy, d. 18G8. 

m. Henry Lloyd, of Ystradcorwg, co. Carmarthen. 

1. Anne. u. Catherine Alicia. iii. Elizabeth. 

The eldest son, 

John Llotd Pbice, Esq. of Glangwilly, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1S40, b. Sept. 1803 ; m. 25 July, 1839, Sarah Anne, only 
child of Sparkes Martin Phelps, Esq. of Llangwarren (2nd son 
of the late John Martin, Esq. of Withybusb, to. Pembroke) 
ana oy her (who d. 9 Nov. 1877) had issue, 

Llewelltn Llotd, now of Glangwilly. 

John Lloyd, Capt. IGth regt. ; 0. Sept. 1842. 

William Sparkes Martin, b. Aug. 1843: m. 1870, Eliza dau. 
of J. AVall, Esq. 

Walter Lloyd, b. Aug. 1844. 
Mr. Priced, i Jan. 1862. 

Arms— Art;., a lion rampant guardant sa. langued gu. with 
several quarterings. Crest — A wolf rampant arg. .l/ot£o — Spes 
Uitissima coelis. 

Seats — Glangwili, near Carmarthen; Laques, Llanstephan, 
CO. Carmarthen. 


Llotd, Aethtie Philip, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, 
Salop, J.P., Lieut. Salop Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 
1833 ; m. 18 Aug. 1863, Katharine Selina, dau. of 
Vice- Admiral the Hon. Charles Orlando Bridgeman, 
and has issue, 

Abthuk Hesht Orlando, b. 31 May, 1864. 

Gladys Isabel. Leila Bessie. Gwendoline Ursula. 

Kathleen Agatha. 

ittUrajJC.— This family is a branch of the line of Tcdob 
Tbevoe, Lord of Hereford. 

Bandle Llotd, of Crossraere, Salop, living 1604 (2nd son of 
Eobert ap John, of Bangor, by Matilda his wife, dau. and heir 
of David Lloyd, Esq. of Penley, co. Flint), was father of 

Eandle Llotd, Esq. of Crossmere, m. 1608, his cousin, 
Matilda, dau. of Willi^ Lloyd, of Penley, and had a son, 

Fbancis Llotd, Esq. of Crossmere, m. 163d, Sarah, dau. of 
Edward Muckleston, Esq. of Penylan, Salop, Eecorder of 
Oswestiy, and was s. by his son, 

Edwabd Llotd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, Salop, m. Elizabeth, 
dau. of Isaac Cleaton, Esq., and by her, who d. 1721, left at 
his decease, 1693, a son, 

Edward Llotd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, 1689, High Sheriff 
1727, 7)1. Susan, dau. of Peter Scarlett, Esq. of Hogstowe, and 
dying 1764, was «. by his son, 

Edward Llotd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, b. 1714; m. Jane, 
eldest dau. and heir of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Domgay, co. 
Montgomery, and was father of 

Francis Llotd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, M.P. co. Mont- 
gomery, 771. Elizabeth, dau. of Arthur Graham, Esq. of Hock- 
ley Lodge, CO. Armagh, and co-heiress of Joiui, Earl Ligonier. 
By this lady Mr. Lloyd had issue, 

Francis, his heir. 

John Arthur, successor to his brother. 

Charles Spencer, of Leaton KnoUs. 

Thomas Henry, rf. 1311. 

Henry James, Rector of Selattyn, Salop, vi. Elizabeth, dau. 
of Philip Miles, Esq. of Leigh Court, Somerset, and left 

Abthck Philip, now of Leaton Knolls. 

Maria Penelope, deceased. 

Jane Emma, d. 14 April, 1866. 

Elizabeth, </. 1 Aug. 1843. 

Charlotte Sophia, deceased. 
The eldest son, 

Francis Llotd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, d. s. p. 14 July, 
1814, and was .s. by his brother, 

John Arthur Llotd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, J.P. and D.L., 
6. 2 Feb. 1787 ; d. iinm. 1864, and was s. by his brother. 

Charles Spesceb Llotd, Esq. of Leaton Knolls, J.P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 18G8, 6. 11 Sept. 1789, andci. s.^j. 20 June, 
1876, when he was s. by his nephew. 

Arms — Per bend sinister erm. and ermines, a lion rampant 
or, a bordure gu. Crest — A demi-lion rampant or. Motto — 
Eetinens vestigia famae. 

Stai— Leaton KnoUs, near Shrewsbury. 


Caee-Llotd, James Maetin, Esq. of Lancing, 
Sussex, Capt. Royal Susses Militia, b. 13 June, 
1849 ; m. 9 Dec. 1875, Alice Katharine, youngei* 
dau. of Col. Edwin Wodehouse, C.B., E.A.' A.D.C. 
to the Queen, and grand- dau. of Admiral Hon. 
Philip Wodehouse, 2ud son of John 1st Lord 
WodehoiTse, and has a dau., 

Nancy, 6. 30 Dec. 1876. 

ILUTCitSC. — Kev. Coulston Garb had a dan., Elizabetli 
Ann, 7)1. Sir James Martin Lloyd, Bart, of Lancing, and a son. 

Eight Rev. Robert Jajies Carr, D.D., consecrated Bishop 
of Chichester 1824, and translated to Worcester 1831. He m. 
1795, Nancy, dau. of John Wilkinson, Esq., and by her (who 
d. Nov. 1839) he left at his decease, April, 1841, a dau., Sybella 
Jane, ra. 12 Dec. 1826, Charles Peckham Peckham, Esq. of 
Nyton, Sussex, and a sou, 

CoL. George Kibwan Cabe, of Lancing, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff of Sussex, who assumed the additional surname 
of Lloyd ls58, on succeeding to the property of his aunt, Lady 
Lloyd, widow of Sir James Martin Lloyd, Bart, of Lancing 
Manor. He m. 1st, Caroline, 5th dau. of Admiral Sir Michael 
Seymour, Bart., K.C.B., and by her (who d. 1813) had two 

I. Caroline Diana Frances, m. H. M. Anketell Jones, Esq. of 
Drummany, co. Cavan. 

II. Jane Seymour, 7,1. Rev. V. H. Aldham, and d. Jan. 1878, 
leaving issue. 

He TO. 2ndly, April, 1847, Jane, eldest dau. of John Watson, 
Esq. of Wick Lodge, Sussex, and by her had issue, 

I. James Martin, now of Lancing Manor. 

II. George Spencer, d. May, 1866. 

III. Elizabeth Melville. iv. Mai-y Frances. 
Col. Carr-Lloyd d. 15 June, 1877. 

Seal — Laaciflg' Manor, Shoreham, Sussex. 



The late Llewelyn Falknee Lloyd, Esq. of 
Cilccn Hall and Plas-yn-Llan, co. FUnt, J.P. for 
cos. Flint and Denbigh, and D.L. for the former, 
High Sheriir co. Flint 1847, b. 8 Jaly, 1809 ; m. 28 
July, 1841, Mary Susan, only dau. of Eer. WiUiam 



WicliTiam Drate, Eector of Malpas, co 
and d. 27 Aug. 1873, leaving a dau., 

Mart Feakces. 

ILtlTCflJC. — Lleweltn Lloyd, Esq., youngest brother of 
Edward Prj-ce Lloyd, 1st Bakon Mostvn [see Bdrke's Peerage 
and Ba,ronetage), m. 14 Nov. 1806, Jane, dau. of Edward 
Falkner, Esq. of Fairfield, co. Lancaster, and d. 29 July, 1866, 
having had issue, 

Llewelyn Falkneb, of Cilcen Hall and Plas-yn-Llan, 

Cynric, Barrister-at-Law. 

Thomas Henry (Itev.), Fellow All Souls' O.xford, d. 26 July, 
1850. Banastre Pryce, Major-Gcn., Indian army. 

Griffith Clayton, K.N. 

George Charles, Lieut. -Col. Indian army. 

Anne Bridget, <l. 11 July, 1854. 

Elizabeth Lumley Frances. Jane. 

Arms — Gu., a Saracen's head erased at the neck ppr., 
wreathed ahout the temples sa. and arg. Crest — A Saracen's 
head as in the arms arg., also a stag trippant arg. ppr. armed 
or, charged on the side with shield gu., thereon a chevron erm. 
between three Englishmen's heads ccuped at the neck profile 
also ppr. bearded and chin sa. Motto— Y)ia.\ Gwaed Cymro. 

(Seat— Cilcen Hall and Plds-yn-Llan, Nannerch, Mold. 





LiOTD, Thomas Edwaed, Esq. of Coedmore, co. 
Cardigan, J.P., of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at- 
La-w, M.P. CO. Cardigan 1854, h. 12 April, 1820 ; 
m. 27 April, 1850, Clemena Frances Phillott, 2nd 
dau. of Eev. David Daniel, of Jesus Coll. Oxon, 
Chaplain of Hampton Court, by Clemena his wife, 
dau. of Major Ljons, and has issue, a dau., 


3LiltCa0C.— From Griffith ap Grono ap Elydib ap 


Ferlys, descended 

Capt. Thomas Lloyd, living 1693, ni. Jane, dau. of John 
Lewis, Esq. of Coedraawr, and had a son, 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, m. Elinor, dau. of John 
Lloyd, of Llangenyth, and was fatlier of 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, in. Miss Lloyd, of Mabws, 
and was father of 

Walter Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, m. Anna Posthuma 
Thomas, of co. Carmarthen, and by her left, at his decease, 
circa 1786, with two daus., a son and heir, 

Thomas Lloyd, of Coedmore, iii. circa 1790, Elizabeth, 4th 
dau. of Edmund Probyn, Esq. of Newland, co. Gloucester, and 
by her (who d. 1851) had issue, 

Thomas, his heir. 

Oliver, 6. 10 July, 1801 ; m. 1828, Anna Maria, only child of 
Capt. James Eichard Lewes Lloyd, of Dolhaidd, co. Car- 
marthen, by whom lie had two daus., Maria, m. Thomas 
Elliott, Esq. ; and Emeline, w. William Brigstocke, Esq. 


Anna, in. John Probyn, Esq. of Manor House, co. Gloucester. 

T.Ir. Lloyd d. 1810, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Coedmore, Lord Lieutenant and 
Custos-Ilotulorum of co. Cardigan, High Sheriff 1817, b. 
1 Nov. 1793; rn. 23 March, 1819, Charlotte, 2nd dau. of Capt. 
Edward Longcroft, K.N., of Havant, co. Hants, and d. 1869 
(his widow d. 1866), leaving issue, 

Thomas Edward, now of Coedmore. 

Edmund, b. 29 Jan. 1822; ra. and has issue. 

Walter, 6. 7 Dec. 1823; m. and has issue. 

Charles Oliver, 6. 9 June, 1825. 

Anns — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, sa., a spear-head erect arg. 
embrued ppr. between three scaling ladders in bend of the 
second; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg., a lion rampant 
gu. ; 2nd and 3rd, az., a lion rampant within an orlc of quatre- 
foils arg. CreU — A lion rampant arg. Motto — Fide et forti- 

Seat — Coedmore, near Cardigan, Residence — Ashley Place, 
Pimlico, S.W. ^ 


Lloyd, Eev. Henet Eodeet, M.A., Eector of 
Cliffe-at-Hoo, Kent, Chaplain to the late Archbishop 
of Canterbury, b. 9 Aug. 1809 ; m. 17 Oct. 1843, 
Harriet, 4th dau. of Hon. and Eight Eev. Edward 
Grey, Bishop of Hereford, and grand-dau. of 
Charles, Ist Earl Grey, and has issue, 

1. Iorwerth Grey (Rev.)M.A. Exeter Coll., h. 22 Ott. 1844 ; 
m. 9 Nov. 1871, Nina, dau. of C. E. de Michclc, Esq., late 
H.B.M.'b CoQsul al St. Petersburg, and has issue, 

1 Edward, b. 11 July, 1874. 

2 "Vaughan. b. 1 Jan. 1876. 

1 Eleanor. 1 Gwerfyl. 


II. Cadwgan Grey, h 5 Aug. 1845; d. 29 Sept. 1853. 

III. Arthur Grey, b. 31 Dec. 1851. 2. Mary Grey. 

ILt'nCH0C. — Cadivor ap Dyfnwal, Lord of Castle Howel 
9th in descent from Ehodri Mawb, the Great King of al 
Wales, took by escalade, 11 Henry II., the castle of Cardigai 
from the Earl of Clare and the Flemings, for which service 
his kinsman, the great Lord Rhys, of South Wales, gave hin 
considerable lands and a new shield of Arms, viz., "Sa., three 
scaling-ladders arg., and between them a spear's head of the 
last, its point imbrued, on a chief gu. a tower triple-turretted 
of the second." By his wife Katherine, dau. of liis Prince and 
kinsman, the great Lord Rhys, he had, with other issue, a son, 

llHTDDERcn AP Cadivob, Lord of Castle Howel, in. Jennet, 
dau. of Aron ap Rhys ap Bledri, Lord of Kilsaint and Knight 
of the Sepulchre, who went with Richard Coeur de Lion tc 
Palestine against the Infidels. Rhydderch's son, 

Rhys ap Riivddebch, of Bodyr Ychan and Castle Howel, wi, 
Catherine, dau. of Sir Elydyr Dhti, Knt., and had issue. The 
3rd son, 

Cadwgan Fawb ap Rhys, was father of 

Cadwgan Vychan, of Carrog, co. Cardigan, whose son, i 

Cadwgan Gbach, of Corrog, in. Eva, dau. of Meredydi 
Vychan ap Meredydd ap Richard Rydderch ap Bledri, and had 
a son, 

Llewellin AP Cadwgan Gbach, m. Gwladys, dau. of Mere- 
dydd Fawr ap Meredydd ap Richard, of Iraenau, co. Car- 
marthen, and was direct ancestor of 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Blciddied, m. Elizabeth, dau. 
and co-heir of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Wernvylyg and Llanllyr, 
and had (with two daus., Lettice, m. Thomas Edwards, Esq. 
of Rhydd-y-Gors ; and Catherine, in. Jcnkia Lloyd, of Llan- 
vaughan) a son and successor, 

David Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied, who was a favourite 
of James II., and attended that King in all his troubles. He 
m. Sage, dau. of John Lloyd, of Cilgwynne, co. Cardigan, and 
left (with a dau., Margaret, wife of Charles Lloyd) a son and 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied, b. 1700; ti. Mary, 
dau. of James Phillips, Esq. of I^enty Park, co. Pembroke, 
and had issue, 

James, of Foes-y-Eleiddied, in. Anna Maria, dau. and heir of 
Richard Lloyd, Esq. of Ystrad Teilo and Mabws, co. Car- 
digan, and dying 6 June, 1800, left a son and successor, 
John, of Mabws, m. Elhior, dau. and heir of John Allen, 
Esq. of Dale Castle, co. Pembroke, and was grandfather 
of the present John Fuilipps Allen Lloyd Philupps, 
Esq. of Dale Castle. 

John, of whom presently. 

Vaughan, Gen. of artillery, who commenced his military 
career at Minden, and distinguished himself at the memor- 
able defence of Gibraltar by Gen. Elliott. He in. Mrs. Sarah 
Beaumes, a widow, and d. s. p. 1817. 

Thomas, d. s. p. 

Briuna, d. unm. 

Mr. Lloyd d. 1781. His 2nd son, 

John Lloyd, Esq., of Pound, Devon, m. Jane Atlcins, and 
by her (who d. 2 Sept. 1784) left at his decease. 12 Dec. 1806, 
aged 82, a dau. Louisa Maria, in. 7 July, 1792, Admiral Sir 
Herbert Sawyer, K.C.B. ; and a son, 

John Lloyd, Esq., JIajor 46th rcgt. and A.D.C. to Sir Henry 
Clinton during the American war. He m. 30 July, 1777, 
Corbelta, dau. of the Ven. George Ilolcombe, Archdeacon of 
Carmarthen and Rector of PwUcrochan, co. Pcmbrolie, and 
had issue, 

I. William John, his heir. 

II. John William, of Dan-yr-allt. 

in. George, Rear Admiral R.N., b. 13 Oct. 1793 ; m. 1st, 
1 May, 1817, Elizabeth, dau. of John Morgan, Esq. of Bur- 
field House, CO. Gloucester, and by her (who d. 1828) had 

1 John Sawyer, 6. Feb. 1818, Midshipman H.M.S. " Thun- 
der," drowned in the West Indies Jan. 1834. 

2 Charles, b. 18 June, 1824, Lieut. Indian navy. 

1 Ellen, b. 11 April, 1821 ; d. 30 Jan. 1848. 

2 Elizabeth, b. 9 July, 1825; d. 28 June, 1855. 
Admiral Lloyd in. 2ndly, 13 March, 1832, Marianne, dau. of 
Jacob Richards, Esq. of Tenby, J.P. and D.L., and by her 
(who d. Dec. 1849) had issue, 

,1 Jacob Richards, Lieut. Royal Marines, b. 7 Jan. 1833. 

1 Susannah Munday. 2 Harrictte Richards. 

He in. 3rdly, 2 Jan. 1851, Catherine, dau. of John Stokes, 
Esq. of Cuffern, co. Pembroke, J.P. and D.L., and by her 
had issue, 

1 Martha Sophia. 2 Louisa Corhetta. 



IV. Vaughan, Lieut. E.N., b. 29 June, 1795; to. G Feb. 1827, 
Augusta, only dau. of John Adams, Esq. of Pembroke, and 
X)j her (who d. 1828) had issue, Frances. 
I. Louisa Jane, 6. 18 Oct. 1790; m. 22 April, 1823, George 
Bowling, Esq. of Pembroke, and has two daus. 
tr. Lloyd d. 24 Kov. ISOl, and was s. by his son, 
^-••'JtEj William John Llotd, Esq., Major Eoyal Artillery, b. 2 
)ec. 1778; d. nam. at Brussels, 29 July, 1815, of a wound 
'•''■^ 3ceived at Waterloo, and was s. by his brother, 
-■Jiert John William Llotd, Esq. of Dan-yr-allt, J. P., b. 3 .Sept. 
781; m. 29 Jan. 1807, Anna Maria, 5th dau. of John Longley, 
Isq., Recorder of Kochester, and sister of his Grace the late 
irchbishop of Canterbury, and d. 25 May, 1870, aged 88, 
aving had issue, 

I. John Philipps, 6. 27 April, ISOS; d. unm. 17 Sept. 1849. 

It. Henby Bobekt (Rev.), as above. 

in. St. Vincent, H.B.M.'s Consul at Syra, h. 23 Dec. ISIO. 

IV. Joseph Howard Francis, late Stipendiary Slagistrate at 
Dominica, 6. 29 May, 1812; m. 2 June, 1837, Emmelinc 
Kogers, dau. of Charles Sarle, Esq. of Dominica, and had 
issue, 1 Emmeline Frances, m. 22 Dec. 18.59, her cousin 
Cha.-les, son of Major John Longley, Lieut.-Governor of 
Dominica, and brother of the late Archbishop of Canterbury ; 
2 Ellen Marshall ; and 3 Howard Meuric. 

V. William Christopher, Lieut. 53rd regt. Bengal Native 
Infantry, 6. 26 Aug. 1815 ; d. unm. 14 June, 1841. 

VI. Herbert, b. 26 Dec. 1821 ; Capt. 21st regt. Madras Native 
Infantry; nt. 3 Nov. 1857, Mary Hill, youngest dau. of 
Richard Hill Miers, Esq. of Ynyspenllwch, co. Glamorgan; 
and d. 1 May, 1859, on board the " Louisi;>na," on his 
passage home from Rangoon, leaving issue, Gwenllian, 6. 1 
Sept. 1859. 

I. Anna Maria, m. 6 Sept. 1836, William Peel, Esq. of Taliaris, 
CO. Carmarthen. 

II. Charlotte Louisa Frances, m. 14 March, 1843, John Peel, 
Esq., 7th son of Robert Peel, Esq. of Accrington House, 
and Hyndburn, co. Lancaster. 

III. Sophia Catherine Martha, d. 16 Dec. 1873. 

IV. Rosamond Elizabeth, m. 17 Aug. 1854, Frederick Layard, 
Esq., late of Ceylon, C.S. 

ArvM — Sa., a spear's head imbrued ppr. between three 
icaling ladders arg. on a chief gu. a castle triple-towered of 
Jie second. Cre^ti — 1st, A wolf rampant arg. holding between 
its paws a spear's head point downwards imbrued and three 
imps of blood under the sinister paw ; 2nd, A lion rampant re- 
juardant sa. Motto — Heb Dduw heb ddim, a Duw a digon. 

Residence — Clyffe Rectory, Rochester. 

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LlOTD, MoBGAN Petse, Esq. of GrlanseTin, co. 
Oarmarthen. J.P. and D.L., 6. 2 July, 1820 ; m. 28 
Sept. 1843, Geoi'gina Caroline, dau. of Col. Sackville 
Glynne, of Glanbrane Park, and lias, with other 

Edward Pktse, 6. 1847, J.P. co. Carmarthen. 

^illCclQC, — MoKGAX Phtse Llotd, Esq. of Glansevin, 
only son of Edward Pryse Lloyd, Esq. of GU ns?vin, and the 
lineal descendant of David Lloyd, Esq. of Glansevin, 159G ; m. 
10 Nov. 1783, Catherine, dau. of Price Jones, Esq. of Glanha- 
frcn, CO. Montgomery, by Bridget his wife, eldest dau. of 
Edward Devereux, 11th Viscount Hereford, and had issue, 

Edward Prtse, late of Glansevin. 

Catherine Martha. Margaretta Juliana. 

The only son, 

Edward Petse Llotd, Esq. of Glansevin, J.P. and D.L., 
High Sheriff CO. Cardigan 1825,6. 12 Oct. 1786; »i. 30 Nov. 
1818, Anne, dau. of William Hughes, Esq. of Tregib, and 
Eliza his wife", dau. of Richard Gwynne, Esq. of Taliaris, co. 
Cannarthen, and had issue, 

I. Morgan Prtse, now of Glansevin, 6. 2 July, 1820 ; m. 
28 Sept. 1843, Georgiana Caroline, sth dau. of the late Col. 
Sackville Gwynne, of Glanbrane Park. 

II. Edward Pryse, 6. 30 Oct. 1822. 

I. Catherine Elizabeth Florentia. 

II. Caroline Frances, deceased, in. Anna Maria Charlotte. 
Mr. Lloyd d. 19 June, 1868, and was s. by his eldest son. 

Arim — Arg., a lion rampant sa. the tail introverted, the head, 
paws and bnish of the tail of the first. Crest — A lion rampant 
sa. Motto — Fiat justitia, mat coelum. 

Seat— Glansevin, near Llangadock, co. Carmarthen. 

LiOTD, Thomas Conway, Esq. of Dinas, and 
Llangattock Cotirt, co. Brecknock, and Goodrich 
Court, CO. Hereford, late Capt. 84th (York and 
Lancaster) regt., and Major 21st Brecknockshire 
Bifle Volunteers, educated at Bridgnorth School and 

Ch, Ch. Oxford, D.L. for co. Brecknock, and J.P. 
COS. Brecknock, Monmouth and Hereford, and 
Borough of Brecknock ; Lord of The Manor of 
Penalt and Aberonney, High Sheriff co. Brecknock 
1878, b. 1828 ; m. 1876, Katherine Ehza, only dau. 
of W. Campbell-Davys, Esq. of Neuadd-fawr, co. 
Carmarthen, and has issue, 

John Coxwat, 6. 19 April, 1878. 

Jane Katherine Muriel, b. 8 May, 1877. 

lltlTCatlC. — This family claims descent from Eltsian 
Glodrtdd, Prince of Ferlys, the territory between the rivers 
Wye and Severn, which had its own princes independent of 
those of South Wales. To his son, Cadwgan, Elystan Glod- 
rydd gave the whole of co. Radnor, part of co. Montgomery, 
and the greater portion of the Hundred of EuaUt or Builth, co. 

Thomas Llotd ap jMeredith, Elystan's descendant, ra. 
Elen, dau. of Howel ap Pliilip, ap David, of Cynghordy, co. 
Carmarthen; and 2ndly, Angbarad, dau. of Morgan ap Evan 
Lloyd. He was the first Lord-Lieut, of co. Brecon, and a warm 
partizan of Hesrt Vll., from whom he had a grant of a portion 
of the sequestered estates of Strata Florida Abbey. He had 
issue a dau., who m. Morgan Goch; and two sons, Eees 
Llotd, and John Llotd, Esq. of Porthycrwys, Esquire of 
the body to Queen Elizabeth, m. Margaret, dau. of Evan 
Howel ap Morgan, and d. loHb. His sons were David Lloyd, 
of Towy ; John Lloyd, and William Lloyd (see Jones's Bnck- 
nocksldre) . 

Rees Llotd, the eldest son of Thomas Lloyd ap Meredith, 
ra. Jane, dau. of William Herbert of Colbrook; and 2ndly, a 
dau. of Gwilym Howel ap Gwilym dew. His issue were, 

William Lloyd, m. Elen, dau. of Madoc ap Gwilym ap 
Madoc ap Howel, ap Richard ap Griffith Moel. He had four 
daus., Catherine, to. Morgan ap Rees ap William ; Joan, ra. 
Edward Lewis; Mallt, m. Roger Price, of Aberannell; and 
Maud, m. David Lewis, of Llanavan. 

Rhytherch Lloyd, ra. Maud, dau. of Howel ap Evan, a de- 
scendant of Elystan Glodrydd. Ilis son, William Lloyd, ra. 
a dau. of Morgan Goch ap Itees ap Morgan. 

David Llotd, of whom presently. 

Thomas Lloyd, from whom the Llotds of Aberannell are 

Morris Lloyd, from whom the.LioTDS of Carraai-then and co. 
Pembroke. Rhys Lloyd. 

David Llotd (described as 3rd son of Rees Lloyd, the eldest 
son of Thomas Lloyd ap Meredith) ra. and had a son. 

Rees David Llotd, ra. a dau. of David Howel Phylip 
Trericket, and had issue, 

John ap Rees David Llotd, ra. and d. 1GS3. He had two 
sons and a dau.; the younger son, Rees ap John, assumed the 
surname of Jones from his father's Christian name of John, in 
accordance wiih the Welsh custom of that time, whilst the 
elder son, 

John Llotd, retained the family surname of Llotd, and 
resided at Dinas, in Llanwrtyd. He ra. Ruhania, dau. of Mr. 
Jones, of Cribarth, and had issue, a dau., Mary Lloyd, ra. her 
cousin, Thomas Jones, Esq. of Dolycoed ; and a son, 

Rees Lloyd, Esq. of Dinas, ra. Elizabeth Jones, of Danacryg. 
His son, 

John Llotd, Esq. of Dinas, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Roger 
Williams, Esq. of Brecon (who d. 1818), and was s. by his only 

John Llotd, Esq. of Dinas and Llangattock Court, J. P., 
High Sheriff 1846, educated at Eton and Balliol Coll. Oxford, 
6. 1797 ; m. 1st, 1826, Mary Anne, dau. of Osborne Yeats, Esq. 
of Llangattock Court, Brecknock ; and 2ndly, 1838, Frances, 
dau. of Thomas Mayberry, Esq. of Brecon, and d. Dec. 1875, 
leaving by his 1st wife, three sons, 

I. Thomas Conwat, his heir, now of Dinas. 

II. Penry, Chief Constable of co. Radnor, and J.P. cos. 
Brecknock and Radnor, b. 1831; m. 1862, Mary, only dau. 
of J. James, Esq. of Brecknock. 

III. John, J. P., 0. 1833 ; educated at St. John's Coll. Oxford ; 
TO. 1865, Elizabeth, only dau. of the Rev. C. Griffiths, of 
Glyncelyn, Brecon. 

Arms — Sa., a lion rampant reguardant or. Crests — 1st, A 
lion as in the arms; 2nd, A goat's head armed arg., issuant 
out of a ducal coronet or. 3Iotto — Si Deus nobiscum quis 
contra nos. 

Scats — Dinas and Llangattock Court, co. Brecon; Goodrictl 
Court, CO. Hereford. Ciisi— Junior United Service. 


Lloyd, Charles Hexuy, Esij. of Trallwyn, co. 
Carnarvon, b, 6 Aug. 1847. 





ILtlTCrtflC.— The family of Lloyd of Trallwyn is one of 
great antiquity in Wales, and the present Mr. Lloyd possesses 
a roll setting forth the pedigree from a remote period. 

John Ellis, Esq., b. 1 Nov. 1780 (son of Hugh Ellis, Esq. 
of Ciunarvon, by Anne his wife, dau. of Samuel Wright, 
Esq. of Knutsford, and grandson of the Venerable John 
Ellis, Archdeacon of Merioneth, by Anne his wife, dau. and 
heir of Hugh Lloyd, Esq. of Trallwyn), assumed by royal 
license, ISll, the surname and arms of Lloyd, in compliance 
with the testamentary injunction of his grand-uncle, the Rev. 
WiUiam Lloyd, son of Hugh Lloyd, Esq. of Trallwyn. He was 
a Magistrate and Deputy-Lieut, for co. Carnarvon, and 
served as High Sheriff 1817. He m. 5 Dec. 1815, Jane, dau. of 
the Rev. Griffith Jones, and had issue, 

John Ellis, his heir. 

Hugh, b. 7 Dec. ISi.'j; d. 8 April, ISC.5. 

Eobert, 6. 16 April, 1SS3. Richard, 6. 8 Sept. 1834. 

Margaret Ann. 

Mary Catherine, m. 1854, Alfred Jones, Esq. 

Cordelia, m. 1857, Thomas Parr WUliams Ellis, Esq. 

The eldest son, 

John Ellis Llotd, Esq. of Trallwyn, b. 10 May, 1819; m. 
21 Aug. 1845, Eleanor, dau. of John Sothern, Esq. of the Priory, 
Liverpool, and d. 8 Dec. 1873, having had issue, 

I. John Ellis, b. 12 July, 1846; d. 2G Jan. 1863. 

II. Chakles IIeskt. m. William, b. 15 March, 1857. 

IV. Hugh Gwynn, b. 5 Jan. 1859. 

V. Francis Longueville, b. 25 Dec. 1802. 

I. Edith Mary, d. 5 Dec. 1860. 

II. Annie Elizabeth, m. Rev. W. Briscoe, Rector of Shipton- 

III. Harriet Jane, d. G Dec. 18G0. iv. Mary Ellen. 
V. Isabel, d. 29 Jan. 1863. 

Arms — Az., on a chevron or, between three spear heads arg. 
a torteau between two bulls' heads caboshed sa. Crest — A 
lion rampant arg. guttee dc sang surmounting two spears in 
saltire ppr. 

iSeai— Trallwyn, co. Carnarvon. 


See Daties of Blaexdtffeyn. 


Llotd, Thomas, Esq. of Castle Council, cc 
Limerick, and formerly of Castle Lloyd, co. 
Limerick, J.P., b. Aug. 1814 ; m. June, 1838, Mary, 
eldest dau. of the Eev. Charles Philip Coote, Rector 
of Doon, CO. Limerick, and niece of the late Ciudley 
Coote, Esq. of Mount Coote, and has issue, 

I. William Thomas Llewelyn, 6. 27 May, 1839. 

IL Charles Thomas Cadwallader, b. 29 Jan. 1841. 

ILl'nr<l5C. — Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Tower Hill, co. Lime- 
rick, of ancient Welsh descent, m. Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. 
Richard Burgh, D.D., and was father of 

William Lloyd, Esq., jh. Jane, dau. of Thomas Fitzgerald, 
Esq., and had a son, 

Rev. Tiio.mas Lloyd, in. 1st, his cousin Mary, dau. of the 
Eev. Rickard Burgh, of Dromkeen, Prebendary of Kilbragh, 
and had by her three sons, Rickard, of whom presently; Wil- 
liam, of Tower Hill; and Edward. He m. 2ndly, Miss Bate- 
man, of Altavilla, and by her was father of Col. Lloyd, who m. 
the dau. and heiress of Lloyd of Dromsalla, and had a son, 
Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Eecchmont, co. Limerick, M.P. for 
that CO. 1826, and K.C., m. 1792, Katherinc, dau. of Eyre 
Evans, Eiq. of Miltown Castle, and had a son, Thomas, father 
of Col. TuoMAs F. Lloyd, of Beechmount. The eldest son of 
the 1st marriage of the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, 

The Rbv. Rickabd Lloyd, of Castle Lloyd, m. Mary, dau. 
of William Armstrong, Esq. of Meallifte (see tliat Family), and 
had issue, 

I. Thomas (Rev.), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Fitzgeraldi 
Knt. of Glyn (see that name), and had, with two elder suns- 
who d. unm., another son, 

1 William Edward Lloyd (Rev.), M.A., Prebendary of 
Fenore, Diocese of Cashel, 1832, m. 1813, Anne, dau. of 
Thomas Peacocke, Esq. of Fort Etna, co. Limerick, and d. 
2 Dec. 1853, leaving issue, 

Thomas, of Castle Lloyd. Rickard. John. 

Edward William Cadwallader, 7th Fusiliers. 
Mary, 7n. Rev. Henry Smyth. 
Elizabeth, m. Henry Cooper Reid, Esq. 
Louisa, '/». Rev. Peter Marsh, deceased. 
Anna, m. John Pierce. Wilhelmina, deceased. 

Geraldine, m. Richard Dawson, Esq. 

II. Edward (RcT.), Rector of Fcthard, 

III. William, Barrister-at-Law, d. 1783. 

IV. John, Serjeant-at-Law, d. 1835. 

1. Alice. II. Eliza. 

in. Mary, m. Joseph Gabbett, Esq. of High Par!:. 

Stat — Pallas Beg, Pallas Green, co. Limerick. 

:athnrine,^ fj. 

Bawdeswell Hall, and demesne lands 
thereto annexed. 


Lloyd, Guy, Esq. of Croghan House, co. Eo8« H 
common, D.L. and J. P., High Sheriff co. Roscom- 
mon 1867, and for co. Leitrim 1869, b. 13 April, , 
1833 ; m. 31 Oct. 1865, EHzabeth, dau. of Sir i 
Gilbei't King, Bart, of Charlestowu, co. Roscommon. \ 

ILtllCaflC. — Capt. Owen Lloyd, the first possessor of tho 
Roscommon estates, was eldest son of Thomas Lloyd Esq. of 
the CO. of Leitrim, who migrated from Wales to Ireland under 
the auspices of his kinsman. Sir Ralph Bingley. He m. Eliza- 
beth Fitzgerald, grand-dau. of Sir Luke Fitzgerald, of Ty- 
croghan, co. Kildare, and left at his deeease, 1664, three sons, 
of whom Owen, a senior Fellow of Trin. Coll. Dublin, and 
Professor of Divinity, became Dean of Connor 1709-10, and d. 
1743 ; and three daus. The eldest son, 

Thomas Lloyd, Col. in the army, was chosen Commander in 
the field by the Enniskillen forces, in the war against James II., 
and d. 1689. He vi. Margaret, dau. of Sir John Cole, Bart., but 
left no issue. Col. Thomas Lloyd was s. by his brother, 

RicuARD Lloyd, Esq., Speaker of the Upper House of 
Assembly, Jamaica, and Lord Chief Justice of that Island, 
where he m. Mary Guy, an heiress, and had two sons and two 
daus. Chief Justice Lloyd was s. by his 2nd, but eldest sur- 
viving son, 

Gdy Lloyd, Esq., m. Mary Copping, of Essex, and had issue, 
Richard, successor to his father; Henry (Rev.), j)i. Diana, dau. 
of Thomas Bullock, Esq. of Hingham, in Norfolk; and Mary, 
in. Thomas St. John, Esq. Mr. Lloyd was s. by his son, 

Richard Lloyd, Esq. of Bylaugh Hall, Norfolk, Col. Nor- 
folk Militia, in. Elizabeth, dau. and sole heiress of Thomas 
Jecks, Esq. of Bawdeswell Hall, and had issue, 

Gey, his successor. 

Richard, 6. 1772; m. Sarah Harriet, dau. of Peter Elwin, 
Esq. of Thurning Hall, Norfolk, and had, with other issue, 
Richard Hastings Elwin. 

Henry, m. Sarah, eldest dau. of J. Stephenson Cann, Esq. 

Merrick, R.N., killed on board H.JI.S. tho " Sirius," under 
Nelson, in 1805, before Malta, s. p. 

Bridget, m. the Rev. Dr. Bulwer, Rector of Cawston, Nor- 




Margaret, m. Robert Birchara, Esq 

Diana, in. the Rev. James Stoughton, A.M. Eector of Spar- 

Jane, m. the Rev. Thomas Dade, Rector of Broadway and 
Bincombe, Dorset. 

Col. Lloyd d. 1811, and was ,<!. by his eldest son, 

Goy Lloyd, Esq., J. P., of Croghan House, co. Roscommon, 
6. 19 Aug. 1766; in. 17 Dec. 1799, Martha, dau. of William 
Bircham, Esq. of the Ollands, Norfolk, and d. 1842, leaving 

GcY, his successor. 

Sarah Bircham, m. 14 Dec. 1835, the Rev. William Atthill, 
of Brandiston Hall, Norfolk, and d. 1837. 

Elizabeth, in. 10 Dec. 1825, the Rev. Philip Francis, M.A., of 
Stibbard Lodge, Norfolk. Martha, d. 7 March, 1871. 

The son and heir, 

Guy Lloyd, Esq. J. P. and D.L., of Croghan House, High 
Sheriff for co. Roscommon 1833, and for Leitrim 1847; 6. 
30 Dec. 1803; in. 26 May, 1827, Susanna Martha, youngest dau. 
of John Stephenson Cann, Esq. of Wramplingham, Norfolk; 
and d. 12 Nov. 1860, leaving issue, 

Gny, now of Crogan. John Mebbick, b. 1810. 

William Richard, b. 1848. 

Sarah Martha. Susan Ellen. 

Mary Anne, in. 4 Dec. 1867, Stanhope William Fenton 

Kenny, Esq., J. P., of Ballinrobe, co. Mayo. 
Elizabeth Bertha, n,. 18.')8, Joseph Fulton Meade, Esq., J.P., 

of Eastwood, co. Wicklow. 
Emma Jane. Katharine Edith. Frances Dorothea. 

Alice Octavia. Emily Muriel Knyvett. 

Ai-ms — Gu., a chevron or, and on a chief erm. a canton arp., 
thereon an eagle with two heads displayed sa. Crests — A stag's 
head couped ppr. with a neck surcharged with a laurel chaplet, 
and on a ducal coronet or, a double eagle displayed sa. 
Mottoes — Over the stag's head, Speotemur agendo ; and over 
.the eagle, E6 altius quo profundius. 

Seat — Croghan House, Boyle, co. Roscommon. 






LiOTD, IIexrt Jesse, Esq. of Llojdsboro' and 
>anagh, co. Tipperary, J. P., fornierly Capt. Tip- 
KTiiry Light iBfautrj, b. ISio. 

iLtltrnflC.— Jon" Llotd, Esq. of Lloydsboro', co. Tippe- 
■;iry, son of Joseph Lloyd, Esq., by Jlary Otway his wife, 
;laimed to derive his descent from the Welsh family of 
Uoyd of Bodidris. Ue m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John liluii- 
len, Bart., and was father of 

John Llotd, Esq. of Cranagh, m. Deborah Cluttcrbuck, and 
lad issue, 
I. JoHS, of Cranagh and Lloydsboro', m. Amy Brazier, and 
left an only dau., Debby Anne, hi. her cousin, John Lloyd, 
Esq. of Lloydsboro". 

n. Thomas, m. Judith Maher, and had issue, George Richard, 
m. ; Horatio, j)j. and d. leaving issue. 

lu. Richard, A.5L, Rector of Clononty, co. Tipperary, after- 
wards of Nortliam Cottage, North Devon, i. 9 Dec. 1754; 
m. 16 Sept. 1788, Priscilla, dau. of Rev. John Lord, Rector 
of Clonkelly, and d. 8 Jan. 1830, leaving issue by her (who 
was 6. 17 Oct. 1760, ml d. 4 Feb. 1837), 

1 George William Aylmer, C.B., M.ajor-Gen. H.E.I.C.S., 
Col. 28th Bengal N.I., commanded the Bengal Volunteers 
in the China war, 1841-2; 6. 4 July, 1789; m. 1 March, 
1824, Caroline, 2nd dau. of Capt. William Bruce, 
H.E.I.C.S., Resident at Bushire ; and d. 4 July, 18G5. 

2 John, Lieut. R.N., and J. P. of Gowaka and Panbula, 
near Eden, Twofold Bay, New South Wales, Hi. 19 Jan. 
1824, Sarah Robinson, and had issue, 

Abthcb, of Northam House, Bideford, North Devon, and 

Adelaide, South Australia, 6. 30 Oct. 1824; m. 30 Oct. 

1858, his cousin, Ehzabcth Lucy, eldest dau. of the Rev. 

Charles Lloyd (son of Erederick Lloyd Esq., of whom 


William, Civil Engineer, East Indies, 6. 24 May, 1826. 
Priscilla Amelia, m. 28 Sept. 1847, Major William Ellison 

Warden, 2nd Bengal N.I., eldest son of Lieut. -Col. 

George Warden, Bengal army, and by him (who d. 

12 June, 1857) has one dau., Priscilla Emilia Jane. 

3 Arthur Forbes, M.A., Rector of Instow, Devon, m. 1825, 
Harriet, dau. of Thomas Furley Forster, Esq., of Wal- 
thamstow ; and d. 3 July, 1866, having had issue, 

Arthur Forster, of South Australia, b. 1S26; m. 30 Dec. 

1851, Jean, youngest dau. of James Gordon Morgan, 

Esq., M.D., of Barnstaple, and has issue, Arthur, 6. 

1 April, 1856; a son, 6. 1858; Jane, 6. 1852; Mary 

Elizabeth, ft. 1854, deceased. 
Richard, of Morphett Vale, South Australia, 6. 1827 ; m. 

19 June, 1856, Marcella Adelaide Cornelia, dau. of 

James Elton, Esq. of North Stoke, co. Oxford, and has 

a son, Richard Elton, b. 26 March, 1857. 
Benjamin Furney, of Morphett Vale, South Australia, 

b. 1836. 
George Aylmer, of Morphett Vale, South Australia, 6. 

Thomas Fumey, 6. Feb. 1845. Edward. 

Harriet Mary, h;. 6 March, 1855, Charles Constantine 

Bruce, Esq. of Adelaide, South Australia, only surviving 

son of Capt. William Bruce, E.I.C.S. She d. 3 April, 

Isabella. Emily. Adelaide. 

Susanna. Priscilla Lord. 

1 Priscilla Emilia, b. 25 July, 1790, of Northam Cottage, 
d. at Seorole, Benares, 13 Sept. 1846. 

2 Isabella Anne, of Northam House, North Devon. 
IV. Heskt Jesse, of whom presently. 

▼. Frederick, of Ballymacreasc, m. Julia, dau. of Thomas 
Vereker, Esq. of Roxborough {s(e Bueke's Peerage, GoaT), 
and by her, who d. 1747, had issue, 

1 John, of Lisheen Castle, co. Tipperary, and of Madoc 
Hastings, Canada West; to. 1st Catherine, dau. of John 
Eotton, Esq. of Bath, and had issue, 

Charles Hexbt, of Lisheen Castle, Templemore. J.P., 6. 
1821; s. 1856; m. 1st, 1846, Anne, dau. of Major 
George Jackson; 2ndly, 1849, Anna, dau. of Fergus 
Langley, Esq., and has by her, with other issue, a son, 
Charles Edward, 6. 1854. 

Frederick, in Canada. 

Catherine, hi. Butler, of Drom, co. Tipperary. 

2 Frederick, Lieut. R.N., dccexsed. 

3 Henry Vereker, formerly Bengal cavalry, m. Miss Jopp, 
s. p. 

4 Charles (Rev.), formerly Chaplain at Prince Edward's 
Island, afterwards Curate of St. John the Evangelist, 
Durdham Down ; to. 17 Sept. 1726, Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Tyeth, Esq. of Pillihead, near Bideford, Devon, 
and had issue, 

Charles Frederick, Lieut. 3rd West India regt., to. 23 
Sept. 1858, Jessica Mary, eldest dau. of Alexander 
Dunscombe, Esq. M.D., of the Grange, Antigua, West 
Indies, and Clifton. 

William, of New York, m. 1 Nov. 1858, Caroline Tupper. 

John Vereker, in Australia. 

Elizabeth Lucy, m. SO Oct. 1858, her kinsman, Arthur 
Lloyd, Esq. of Northam House, Bideford, Devonshire, 
and Australia (mentioned above). 

Julia Henrietta Camilla. 

1 Julia, HI. George Duncan, Esq. 

2 Camilla. 3 Harriet, d. unm. 

I. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Charles Tuckey, and has four sons and 
four daus. 

II. Deborah, m. George Hely, Esq., and has six sons and 
seven daus. 

The 4th son, 

Henry Jesse Llotd, Esq. of Castle Incy, co. Tipperary, m. 
Ellen, dau. of Thomas Garde, Esq. of Ballina Curra, co. Corlt 
(see that Fanuly), and dying 1816, left issue, 

I. John, of Lloydsboro'. ii. Thomas, d. unm. 

III. Henry, of Farrinrory, co. Tipperary, m. 1822, Harriet 
Amelia, youngest dau. of Sir John Craven Garden, Bart., 
and has issue, 

I Jesse, of Ballyleck House, co. Monagan, J.P., Capt. and 
Adjutant Monagan Militia, late Capt. 47th regt., b. 23 Feb, 
1824; Hi. 14 Dec. 1853, Ellen, eldest dau. of George Vin- 
cent, Esq. of Erinagh, co. Clare, and has issue, 

Henry Craven Jesse, b. 8 Feb. 1855. 

Josephine. Coralie. Fanny Kathleen. 

1 Frances Maria, to. 26 March, 1840, Andrew Wauchopc, 
Esq. of Niddrie Marischall, Midlothian, and d. 25 June, 
1858, leaving issue. 

2 Josephine Julia Helen, Hi. 1st, 19 Blay, 1846, Henry 
Robert, 3rd Lord Rossmore; and 2ndly, 18 June, 1863. 
Major G. W. Stacpoole, of Eden Vale, co. Clare. 

3 Coralie Augusta Frederica, Hi. 17 June, 1848, William 
FitzWilliam Burton, Esq. of Burton Hall, co. Carlow. 

IV. William, Hi. Kate, only dau. of John Harris, Esq. of 
Waterford, and had issue. 

I. Mary Anne, m. Rev. Thomas Hoare, youngest son of Sir 
Edward Hoare, 2nd bart. of Annabelle. 

II. Eliza Lucy, m. Mr. Morris, and d. s. p. 

The eldest son, 

John Lloyd, Esq. of Lloydsboro' and Cranagh, B.A. of Trin. 
Coll. Dublin, b. 16 March, 1790; hi. 21 July, 1810, Debby Ann, 
dau. of John Lloyd. Esq. of Cranagh ; d. 9 Feb. 1868, bavins 
had issue, 

John Jesse, his heir. 

Richai-d Jesse, Lieut. 59th regt., d. unm. 14 Oct. 1847. 

Elizabeth Anne, m. 15 Dec. 1S40, John Dawson Hutchinson, 

Esq. of Timoney Park, co. Tipperary, and d. s. p. 3 March, 

Ellen Eliza, m. John Stratford Collins, Esq., Barrister-at- 

Law, and d. 17 Nov. 1852, leaving issue. 

He d. 11 Jan. 1864, and was s. by his eldest sor., 

John Jesse Lloyd, Esq. of Lloydsboro" and Cranagh, m. 
Blary, dau. of Edmund Nathaniel William Fortescue, Esq. of 
Fallapit, and d. 1871, leaving, with two other sons and a dau., 
an elder son and heir, Hesey Jesse, now of Lloydsboro'. 

Arms — Paly of eight or and arg. Crcxt — A lion rampant 
arg. holding in the dexter paw a snake ppr. Motto — Ynir o 

.Seat— Lloydsboro', near Templemore, co. Tipperary. 


See preceding Memoir. 


Lloyd, Geoege Whitelocke, Esq. of Straneally 
Castle, CO. Waterford, and Caltou, co. York, D.L., 
W. E. of York, J.P. for the former co., and High 
Sheriff thereof 1859, h. 30 Maj, 1830 ; educated 
at Trin. Coll. Cambridge ; m. 1st, 14 Sept. 1854, 
Selina Jane, dau. of Arthur Henry, Esq. of Lodge 
Park, CO. Kildare (and Eliza his wife, dau. of Georgo 
Gunn, Esq. of Mount Kennedy, co. Wicklow), and 
by her (who d. 11 Jan. 1860) has issue, 

I. William Wbitelocke, b. 5 May, 185C. 

I. Evehne Selina. u. Augusta Frances Jane. 

III. Selina Mary. 
Mr. Lloyd m. 2ndly, Feb. 1861, Lady Anne Mar- 
garet Butler, 2nd dau. of Somerset Eichard, 3rd 
Earl of Carrick. 

Hl'lICaflC. — This family Is supposed to descend from the 
Lloyds of Llanirixys, co. Denbigh. 

Gamaliel Lloyd, of Mattersey, co. Nottingham, d. 1 Nov. 
1661, leaving issue by his wife, Anne Briggs, of Wigan, in 





CO. Lancaster, Geokge, liis heir; Gamaliel; William, whose 
representatives are now llie Booths of Gkndon, Xotts ; John ; 
Anne, ra. Joseph Smethurst, and had a numerous posterity. 
The eldest son, 

George Llotd, h. 1650, settled at Manchester, and d. 1728, 
leaving by his wife, Martha Whittaker, of Newton Heath, co. 
Lancaster, an only survivinR son, 

Gamaliel Llotd, of Manchester, Merchant and Manufac- 
turer, 0.. 1749, leaving by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and co-heir 
of John Carte, M.B., of Manchester, who d. 30 Sept. 1763, an 
only child, 

Geoege Lloyd, Esq., M.B. Cantab., F.E.S., D.L. for West 
Fading co. York, who purchased Hulme Hall, near Man- 
chester, and resided at Barrowby, near Leeds, where he d. 
4 Dec. 1783. He m. 1st, Eleanor, dau. of Henry Wright, Esq. 
cf Offerton, co. Chester, by Purefoy his wife, dau. of Sir Wil- 
oughby Aston, Bart.), and by her had an only child, 

I. John, F.R.S., of Snitterton, m. Anne, dau. and heir of 
James Hibbins, M.D., and had issue, 

1 George, of Wclcombe House, co. Warwick, High Sheriff 
1306; b. 7 March, 1768; d. uyim. 11 July, 1831. 

2 JouN Gamaliel, Bencher of the Middle Temple, .5. his 
brother in Wekombe House, High Sheriff co. Warwick 
1S32, d. unm. 1837. 

3 Charlotte, m. 4 May, 1802, Rev. Thomas Warde (refer to 
Warde of VLopton lIoiLst). 4 Purcfoy, d. v.nia. 

Mr. Lloyd m. 2ndly, Susannah, dau. of Thomas Horton, Esq. 
of Chaddcrton, co. Lancaster, sometime Governor of the Isle 
of Man under the Earl of Derby, and father of Sir William 
Horton, Bart., and had issue, 

I. Gamaliel, his heir. 

II. George, from whom descended the Llotds of Stockton 
JIall {refer to titat FamU;/). 

HI. Thomas, of Hosforth Hall, Lieut. -Col. Commandant of 
the Leeds Volunteers, d. at Kingthovpe House, near Picker- 
ing, 7 April, 1828. He m. Anne, dau. of Walter Warde, 
Esq. of Kew Grange, co. York, and had issue, 

1 George, of Coatham, co. York, b. 25 May, 1780. He in. 
1st, 1820, Marian Cliri.stina, 5th dau. of Alexander JIacloan, 
Esq. of Col, CO. Argyll, by whom (who u!. 1821) he had no 
issue. He rn. 2ndly, 7 June, 1825, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of 
William Kookcs Leeds Serjeantson, Esq. of Camp Hill, 
near llipon, and d. 1844, leaving issue, 

Thomas William, of Cowsby Hall, Northallerton, J. P. 
and D.L., b. 182G, educated at Trin. Coll. Cambridge; 
in. 1849, Elizabeth Ann, 3rd dau. of Prancis Uenyon 
Hackett, Esq. of Moor Hall, co. Warwick. 

George Walter, Commander It.N. 

John George, d. loJG. 

Caroline Anne. 

Marianne Jane, m. April, 1863, Major Eowen Cooke. 

I. Anno. 

II. Susannah, m. Rev. Henry Wray, and has two sons and a 

III. Elizabeth, m. 1780, Thomas Batcson, Esq., and bad an 
only son, Robert, created a baronet. 

The eldest, son of the 2nd marriage, 

Gamaliel Llotd, Esq., Alderman of Leeds, and Mayor 1799, 
resided at Bury St. Edmund's, and afterwards in Great Ormond 
Street, London, where he d. 31 Aug. 1817. By his wife Eliza- 
beth, dau. of James Attwood, Esq., he had issue (with two 
daus., 1 Mary Horton, ra. Stephen John Winthorp, M.D., and 
2 Anne Susannah, rii. Leonard Horner, Esq., F.R.S.), an only 

William Horton Llotd, Esq., F.L.S., possessor of estates 
in cos. York, Lancaster, and Derby, 6. 10 Feb. 1784; m. 
13 April, 1826, :\Liry, 4th and youngest dau. of George White- 
locke, Esq. of Seymour Place, Bryanston Square, London, and 
Fortoiseau, near Paris (a great-grandson of Sir Bulstrode 
Whitelocke, by Mary his wife, dau. of David Roche, Esq., 
Alderman of Limerick, and d. 18 Feb. 1849, having had 
issue, Gamaliel, 6. 12 Juno, 1827, d. 6 Nov. 1830; and the 
present Geoege Wuitelock Llotd, Esq. of Strancally Castle. 

Arms — Arg., three lions dormant in pale sa. Crest — A demi- 
arm in scale armour the hand naked ppr. the cuff arg. grasping 
a lizard vert. 

Heal — Strancally Castle, Villierstown, co. Waterford. 


Llott), John, Esq. of Gloster, King's Co., J.P., 
D.L., s. by will 1860 to the estates of Col. Hardress 
Lloyd, of Gloster, for some years Lieut.-Col. South 
Down Militia, and M.P. for the King's Co. He m. 
14 Nov. 1872, Susannah Frances Julia, 2ud dau. of 
John Thomas Eosborough Colclough, Esq. of 
Tintern Abbey, J.P. and D.L., co. Wexford, and 
has issue, 

I. John Hardress, b. 14 Aug. 1874. 

II. Evan Colclough, b. 1877. 

I. Mary Louisa Arthurina Gwendoline Colclough^ h. 28 Aug, 

II. Susan Frederica Lilian May, 6. 4 Sept. 1875. 

III. Alice Maude Josephine, b. 14 April, 1878. 

Sfcii— Gloster, Shiurone, King's Co. 


See p^'sceding Memoir, 

See Vaughan of Golden Grove. 


Tlie late Geoege Locn, Esq. of Drylaw, co.. 
Edinburgh, F.G.S., J.P. for cos. Lancaster and 
Sutherland, and D.L. for the latter, called to the 
Bar 1817, made Q.C. 18G3, M.P. for the Wick 
Burghs, 1868 to 1872, Capt. Staffordshire Yeomanry, 
h. 1811 ; m. 1836, Catherine, eldest dau. of Joseph 
Pilkington Brandreth, Esq. M.D., of Liverpool, 
and d. 1877, leaving four daus. 

iLllTCilflC. — James Locn, Merchant and Burgess of Edin- 
burgh, ra. II Oct. 1610, Margaret Barclay, of the same city, 
and was .?. by his eldest son, 

James Locn, Esq. of Drylaw, Treasurer of Edinburgh, h. 
27 Aug. 1612, who was s. by his son, 

James Loch, Esq. of Drylaw, b. 2 May, 1650, m. Isabel, dau. 
of Sir George Foulis, of Ravelston, and had issue (with three 
daus., the eldest of whom Janet, ra. 1710, Edward Majoribanks, 
Esq. of Hallyards), George, his heir; .John, of Edinburgh, 
Merchant, who ra. Margaret, dau. of Sir William Menzies, ol 
Gladstone, and left at his decease 1756, an only son, William, 
father of John, of Rarham, and James, Joint King's Remem- 
brancer for Scotlaiid. He d. 12 Nov. 1690, and was s. by liia 
eldest son, 

George Locn, Esq. of Drylaw, b. 28 March, 1078; in. Jean, 
dau. of George Foulis, Esq. of Ravelston, and was«. by his 
elder son, 

James Locn, Esq. of Drylaw, 6. 16 Aug. 1693; m. 14 Jan. 
1748, Frances, dau. of the Hon. William Erskine, son of David, 
4th Earl of Buchan, and dying 14 Nov. 1759, left a dau., Mar- 
garet, rn. her cousin, James Loch, Esq., and a son and suc- 
cessor, 1 

George Locn, Esq. of Drylaw, m. Mary, dau. of John Adam, 
Esq. of Blair, co. Kinross, and sister of the Lord Chief Com- 
missioner Adam, by whom he had issue, 

James, his successor. 

John, formerly 51. P. for Hythe, a Director of the East Indic 
Company, of the Australian Society, &c., ra. Marion, dau 
of Archibald CuUen, Esq., K.C., and left a son, George John. 
deceased, and a dau. Marion, in. Edward Majoribanks, Esq 

William, in the Bengal Civil Service, who left issue, Georp 
William, William, Charles, Mary, Eliza, and Charlotte, d 

Francis Erskine, Admiral R.N., m. Miss Jcssc Eobertson 
and d. 13 Feb. 186tf, leaving issue. 
Mr. Loch d. 1788, and was s. by his son, 

James Locn, Esq. of Drylaw, b. 7 May, 1780, an Advocate 
and M.P. for Kirkwall, ic; in. 10 Aug. 1810, Ann, youii;.'o.^ 
dau. of Patrick Orr, Esq. of co. Kincardine, and d. 1»50 
leaving issue, 

George, M.P., of Drylaw. 

Granville Gower, b. 1813, Capt. R.N., C.B., killed 185.3. 

William Adam, b. 1814. Thomas, 6. Isl6; d. 1858. 

James Patrick, b. 1819; and d. 18-24. 

John Charles, 6. 1825. 

Henry Brougham, b. 1827, C.B., distinguished in China, nov 

Lieut. -Governor of the Isle of Man ; in. 186'2, Elizabeth, dau 

of the late Hon. Edward Villiers. 
Anne Marjory, d. 1836. 
Mary Clementina Marion, ra. Capt. Sir Frederick Kicolson 

R.N., and d. 1851. 

Anns — Arg., a saltier engrailed sa. between in the flanks tW' 
swans naiant in lochs ppr. Crest — A swan devouring a pcrcl 
ppr. Motto — Assiduitate non dcsidia. 

Siat — Cottage, Bishopsgat«, Staines 






Locke, Wadham, Esq. of Cleve House, Seend, 

0. Wilts, J.P., High Sheriff 1847, b. 4 July, 1803 ; 

• 1st, 1828, Caroline, dau. of Henry Thompson, 

[. of Skelton, Yorkshire, and by her has one 

lu'viving child, 

I. Elizabeth, m. 1857, Capt. Lamb. 

le m. 2ndly, 21 April, 1844, Albinia, dau. of John 
lalton, Esq, of Sleningford Hall, co. York, and 
■"iUiugham Castle, co. Lincoln, and by her has issue, 

I. Wadham, late Lieut. 94th foot, h. 1815. 

II. Ernest Dalton Borough, h. 1843. 

III. Ceeil John Hay, 6. 1852. 

IV. Norcliffe Eobert Sutton, d. youngr. 

V. Francis Alexander Sydenham, h. 1S61. 
Ti. Arthur Guy Nerille, b. 1864. 

VII. D'Arcy Victor Thomas Andrews, 6. 18C7. 

II. Eachel Ethel Albinia Laura. 

III. Albinia Johanna Selina. 

\Ir. Locke was formerly an officer iu the 1st 
Dragoon Guards. 

iLtncagC. — For some account of this family, refer to the 
li^Uman's Mariazhie for 1792, p. 798. 

AVabham Locke, Esq. of Eondeford House, co. Wilts, to. 
Vnne, dau. of James Sutton, Esq., and (/. 28 June, 1799, was s. 
)y his only son, 

Wadham Locke, Esq. of Eowdeford House, h. 26 Oct. 1779, 
r.P. and D.L., High Sheriff of Wilts 1804, and M.P. for Devizes 

"2; m. 23 Sept. 1802, Anna Maria Selina, dau. of Francis 
veil, Esq. of Hurdcott House, Wilts, and by her (who d. 
> July, 1838) had issue, 

Wadham, now of Cleve House. 

Francis Alexander Sydenham, of Eowdeford, Wilts, 6. 31 July, 

1804; 1)1. 1 Dec. 1835, Katharine Harriott, dau. of Admiral 

Sir Thomas Fellowes, C.B., by Catherine Mary his wife, 

dau. of Sir William Abdy, Bart., and has had issue, Wadham 

Fellowes, b. 3 Feb. 1838, d. 30 July, 1854; and Katharine 

Selina, m. Col. Morant. 
John, E.I.C.S., Bengal, now of Chicklade House, Wilts, m. 

Frances Augusta, dau. of Thos. Moore Wayne, Esq. of South 

W^anborough, Hants, and has three daus. 
Anna Maria Selina, m. 1st, George Purefoy Jervoise, Esq. ; 

and 2ndly, Francis Marx, Esq. 
Elizabeth Sarah, d. 14 Nov. 1833. 
Anne, m. 4 Jan. 1838, Eev. Henry Paddon, eldest son of J. 

Paddon, Esq. of Fareham. 
Louisa, m. 1st, William Lawrence Colquhoun, Esq.; and 

2ndly, J. Dunlop, Esq. of Tolcross, Glasgow. 
Katharine PoweU, m. George Duberly, Esq., Col. 77th regt. 
Frances Isabella, m. Henry Duberly, Esq., Capt. 8th Hussars. 

Mr. Locke d. 21 Oct. 1835. 

Arms — Per fcss az. and or, a pale counterchanged, three 
hawks with wings endorsed of the la>t. Crest — A hawk wings 
endorsed holding, in the beak a padlock or. 

iSeat— Cleve House, Seend, Melksham, Wilts. 

William Eliott, Esq., M.P. for co. Se kirk for twenty-four 
years, lSOG-30, m. 1792, Marianne, only child of Allan Lock- 
hart, Esq. of Cleghorn (representative of the Lockuakts of 
CUghorn), and assumed the surname of Lockhabt. By her he 
had issue, 

John, 12th Light Dragoons, killed at Waterloo. 

Allan, late of Borthwickbrae and Cleghorn. 

Walter, H.E.I.C. Civil Service, m. Mary, dau. of — Proctor, 
Esq., and d. s. p. in India 1850. 

William, Major Madras Native Infantry, in. Dora, dau. of 
George Clerk Craigic, Esq. of Dumbarnie; and d. in India, 
1855, leaving issue, WiUiam, b. 1840; George, R.N., 6. 1841 ; 
Walter, b. 1847; Mary; and Dora. 

Gilbert, E.N., d. on board H.M.S. " Diamond," 1S24. 

Jane. Margaret. 

Mr. Lockhart d. 1832, and was s. by his son, 

Allan Eliott-Lockhabt, Esq. of Borthwickbrae and Cleg- 
horn, J. P. and D.L. for the cos. Lanark and Eoxburgh, and 
Lord-Lieut, of Selkirk, called to the Scotch Bar 1824, M.P. for 
CO. Selkirk from 1846 to 1862, b. 1S03; m. 1830, Charlotte, 
5th dau. of the late Sir Eobert Dundas, Bart, of Beech wood, 
and had issue, 

I. William, now of Borthwickbrae and Cleghorn. 
n. David, b. 1834. 

III. Allan, Capt. Eoyal Engineers, b. 1837 ; d. 1865, 

IV. Eobert Dundas, Capt. Eoyal Artillery, 6, 1841. 

V. Charles Walter, b. 1850. 

I. Matilda. ii. Marianne Elizabeth. 

ra. Eobina. iv. Catherine Henrietta. 

V. Mary Dora. vi. Jane Margaret. 

Mr. Eliott-Lockhart d. 15 March, 1878. 

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gu., three boars' heads erasefl 
arg. ; 2nd and 3rd, vert, on a bend engrailed arg. a baton az. 
within a bordure of the last charged with four mullets and as 
many crescents alternately of the'second. Crests — 1st, A boar's 
head erased arg. ; 2nd, A dexter hand holding a spear ppr. 
Mottoes — Sine labe fides ; and, Hoc majorum opus. 

(Seats — Borthwickbrae, Hawick ; and Cleghorn, co. Lanark. 


Eliott-Lockhaet, William, Esq, of Borth- 
wickbrae, CO. Selkirk, and Cleghorn, co. Lanark, 
b. 1833, educated at Harrow, late Capt. 26th Came- 
roniaus and 74th Highlanders ; m. 1866, Dorothea 
Helen, eldest dau. of Sir Walter Elliot, K.C.S.I., of 
^Volfelee, and has had issue, 

I. Allan AsnxoN, 6. 1867. ii. Walter Blair, 6. 1879. 

III. Norman, 6. 1871; d. 1872. i. Mary Charlotte. 

ILtUrilCIC. — Thomas Eliott, of Bewlie (claiming descent 
from a branch of the family of Eliott of Stobbs), m. Margaret, 
dau. of William Scott, of Chamerlan Newton, and was s. by 
his eldest son, 

William Eltott, 6. 1658, m. Isabel, dau. of William Scott, 
of Sinton, and had a son and successor, 

William Eliott, Esq. h. 1069, rd. Margaret, dau. of John 
Scott, of Sinton, and was father of a son and heir, 

John Eliott, Esq., »i. 1st, 1753, Margaret, dau. of Alex- 
ander Murray, Esq. of Crinfiletie, which lady d. s. p. ; and 
2ndly, 1764, Margaret, dau. of Walter Laing, Esq., by whom 
he had, 

William, his heir. W.alter (Lieut.-Col.), d. 1808. 

Miirgarct, ?ii. David Simpson, Esq. of Know, and was mother, 
inter (dios, of Gen. Sir James Simpson, G.C.B., Commander- 
in-Chief in the Crimea, 

The eldest son, 


LoCKHAET, G-E^ME Alexaxdek, Esq. C.B., of 
Castle Hill, co. Lanark, J.P. and D.L., Major-Gen. 
in the army, late Lieut.-Col. 78th regt., entered the 
army 1837, retired on full pay-lS67 ; b. 23 Jan. 
1820 ; s. his half-brother, Dec. 1873 ; m. 1861, 
Emily TJdney, dau. of James Brebner, Esq. 

3LinCclQC.—{Sce Burke's Peerage and Baronetage). 

SiE James Lockhakt, 6. 1596 ; a Lord of the Court of Session 
in Scotland, and afterwards Lord Justice Clerk, as Lord Lee, 
in the time of Charles I., m. twice. By his 1st wife, Helen, 
dau. of Alexander Fairly, of Braid, he had no issue ; by his 
2nd, Martha, dau. of Sir George Douglas, of Mordington 
(brother of James, Lord Torthorwald), and Maid of Honour to 
Charles I.'s Queen, he had, with two daus., four sons, i. Wil- 
liam (Sir), the famous Statesman ; ii. George (Sir), ancestor 
of Sir Norman Macdonald Lockhakt, Bart, of Lee and Cam- 
wath ; III. John (Sir), of Castle Hill, appointed by Charles II. 
one of the Senators of the College of Justice, and a Lord of 
Justiciary ; and iv. Robert, killed in the Civil Wars. 

The late Eobert Lockhart, Esq. of Castle Hill, m. 1st, 9 Oct. 
1804, Eliza, dau. of Eichard Newman Newman, Esq. of Thorn- 
bury Park, CO. Gloucester, and had issue by her, who d. April, 

James Sinclair, his heir. 

Eobert Alexander, Major 80th regt. 

John Hamilton, b. 24 Nov. 1814, deceased. 

Mary Emilia. 

Eliza Anne, m. 1825, John Percy Henderson, Esq. of Foswejl 
Bank, co. Perth. Susan. Anne Nisbet. 

Mr. Lockhart '/ii. 2ndly, 1817, Charlotte Simpson, dau. of Capt. 
William Mercer, Bengal army, by whom, who d. 1869, he had 
further issue, 

William Mercer, 6. I8I8, drowned 1849. 

Gr«me Alexander, C.B., now of Castle Hill. 

George Dimcan, 6. 1821. 

Charlotte. Frances Charlotte Mercer. Louisa. 

Elenora Jane. Margaret Douglas. Hoberta Emilia. 

Barbara Forbes. 

Mr. Lockhart d. 1850, and was s. by his eldest son, 

James Sinclair Lockhart, Esq. of Castle Hill, J.P. and 
D.L., 6. 11 Sept. 1803; d. 1873, and was «. by his half-brother, 

Major-Gen. Gb.E3ie Alexander Lockhart, C.B., of Castle 

Arms — Arg., a man's heart gu. within a fetterlock sa. on 
a chief az. three boars' heads erased of the first. Crest — A 
boar's head erased ai'g. Motto — Corda serata fero. 

Seat — Camncthan House, Wishaw, N.B. 






LocKHAET, Datid Eiaie, Esq. of Wickelshaw, 
and Milton Lockliart, co. Lanark, Lieut. -Col. 107tli 
foot. Col. Lockhart represents in the male line 
the LoCKHAETS of Cleglwrn and in the female 
line through the Soiieevilles of Corehouse, is heir 
of the Somervilles of Cambusnethan, descendants 
of John, 3rd Lord SomervUle. 

ILtlttaSC— The first Lockhart of Wicketshaw, was Snd 
eon of Sm Stephen Lockhart, of Clcghorn, co. Lanark, Armour 
Bearer to King James III. of Scotland. The raale line of the 
elder son of Sir Stephen failed at the death of Allen Lockhart, 
Esq. of Cleghorn, 1805. (For the female line refer to Elliot- 
LocKHAET of CUghorn and Borthwkkbrof..) The elder line of 
T\"icketshaw failed 1776, at the death of Sir William Lockhart 
Denham, Bart, of Westshiel. 

Stephen Lockhart, of Wicketshaw, co. Lanark, m. (contract 
dated 27 Aug. 1606) Grizel Carmichael, of Hyndford, sister of 
the 1st Lord Carmichael, ancestor of the Earls of Hyndford, 
and had a 2nd son, 
Egbert Lockhart, of Birkhill, co. Lanark, grandfather of 
William Lockhart, of Birkhill, who m. Violet Inglis, niece 
and heiress of James Somerville, of Corehouse, and had two 
sons, I. Major-Gen. William Lockhart, d. 1817, leaving three 
<laus., and three sons in the army, who d. s. 'p. ; and ii. John. 
The 2nd son, 

Eev. John Lockhart, D.D., had by his 1st wife, Elizabeth, 
Dinwiddle, of Germiston, a son, William, his heir, of whom 
presently, and two other sons, d. young. He ot. 2ndly, 
EUzabeth, dau. of the Kev. John Gibson, and by her, who d. 
1834, left at his decease 1842, 
John Gibson Lockhart, D.C.L. Oxon ; ;n. 1820, Charlotte 
Sophia, eldest dau. and heiress of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, 
of Abbotsford; and d. 1854, having had issue, several sons, 
d. unm., and a dau. Charlotte, m. 19 Aug. 1847, James 
Eobert Hope, Esq., Q.C, who assumed the additional name 
of ScoTT, and became of Abbotsford. She d. 20 Oct. 18-58, 
leaving an only surviving chUd, Mary Monica, of Abbots- 
ford, m. 21 July, 1874, Hon. Joseph Constable Maxwell, 
who has assumed the additional surname of Scott. 
Lawrence, D.D., late of Wicketshaw. 
Eobert, m. 1854, Marion, dau. of John G. Kinnear, Esq., 
d. s. p. 1859. 
Eichard, Lieut, in the army, drowned in India, 1826. 
Archibald Inglis, Col. in the army, C.B., late Lieut.-Col. 

Commanding the 92nd Highlanders. 
Violet, d. unm. 1849. 

The eldest son, 

William Lockhart, Esq., D.L., of Jtilton Lockhart, repre- 
sented CO. Lanark from 1S41 till his decease, lie m. 16 April, 
1822, Mary Jane, dau. of Sir Hugh Palliser, Bart. Mr. Lock- 
hart, who was representative of Sir William Lockhart-Denham, 
Bart., mentioned above, having re-acquired part of the old 
family estate, adjoining the Barony of Milton Lockhart, 
directed, by deed of entail, that his heirs and successors 
should always bear the name and arms of Lockhart of Wicket- 
shaw. Dying 1856 without issue, he was s. by his half- 

The Rev. Lawrence Lockhart, D.D., of Wicketshaw and 
Milton Lockhart, co. Lanark, and Germiston, near Glasgow, 
J. P. and D.L., Incumbent of Inchinnan, co. Eenfrew, from 
1822 to 1860, 6. 1796; m. 1st, 1825, Louisa, dau. of the late 
David Blair, Esq. ; and 2ndly, 1849, Marion, eldest dau. of the 
late William Maxwell, Esq. of Dargavel, co. Kenfrew, and had 
issue to survive, 

I. David Blahi, now of Wicketshaw and Milton Lockhart. 

II. Lawrence WiUiam Maxwell, Lieut.-Col. 2nd Eoyal Lan- 
arkshire Militia, late Capt. 92nd Highlanders, m. 18G0, 
Katharine, younger dau. of the late Gen. Sir James Eussell, 
K.C.B., of Ashestiel, co. Selkirk, and has, with other issue, 
a son, 

Lawrence Archibald SomervUle, 6. 1860. 
in. WUliam Stephen Alexander, H.M.'s Indian army. 
IV. James Somerville. v. AJexander Francis Maxwell. 

VI. Walter Somerville. 
I. Elizabeth Catherine. 

u. Louisa Matilda, m. 1863, Thomas Eudd, Esq. 
in. Violet Sophia, m. 1860, Thomas Maxwell, Esq., M.D., 

Bengal army, 6th son of the lat« William Maxwell, Esq. of 

Dargavel, and has issue. 

Dr. Lockliart d. 1876. 

Arms — Arg., on a bend dexter, between three boars' heads 
erased az., a man's heart ppr. within a fetterlock or. Cnst — 
A dexler hand holding a boars head erased ppr. Mollo— 
Feroci fgrtior ; and Corda serata pando. 

Seat — MiltouLockhart, Carluke, co. Lanark. 


See Wood. 


LocETEE, The Eev. Edmund Leopold, M.A., 
of Plymouth, Devon, Eeetor of Westcote IJarton, 
CO. Oxon, 1852, b. 17 May, 1816 ; m. 28 May, 1839, 
Julia Mary, dau. of the Kev. Thomas Woodforde, 
M.A., Rector of Ansford and Pointington, Somerset 
(see Family o/'Woodfoede), and has issue, 

I. Edmond Stocghton Braithwaite, Capt.E.A., 6. 19 April, 

1842. u. Arthur Woodforde, h. 18 June, 1844. 

ni. Harry Penrose, b. 10 March, 1846. 
IV. Walter Nevill, Lieut. Eoyal Artillery, 6. 4 April, 1849. 
I. Eosa Mary. 

iLt'ltCagC— We Cna that the Lockyers located at Much 
Wenlock, Salop, a.d. 1498, and thence deduced in the Visitation 
of that CO. to the year 1622. From this family, the Lockyers ol 
Devon claim presumptive descent. 

Nicholas Lockter, bapt. 29 May, 1711, eldest son of Eev. 
Nicholas Locluer, Vicar of Luppitt, Devon, and grandson o^ 
Nicholas Lockyer, of Honiton, tmvp. Charles II., d. 2 April* 
1762, leaving by Joan his wife (who was buried 9 Dec. 1799)^ 
nine sons. The 9th of these, Tho.mas, who was father of a 
numerous family, settled at Wembury, Devon, and dying 
9 Sept. 1S06, was s. by his eldest son, Thomas Lockter, Esq. 
of Wembury House, brother of the distinguished oEScers, Capt, 
Nicholas Lockyer, C.B., E.N., and Major-Gen. Henry Frederick 
Lockyer, C.B., K.H., who d. Aug. 18G0. The representation 
of the family eventually devolved on the 8th son, 

Edmund Lockter, Esq. of Plymouth, J. P. and D.L. Devon, 
6. 18 Sept. 1750; r,i. 17 March, 1782, Eleanor, dau. of Francis 
Penrose, Esq. of Durian, Cornwall, d. 21 Feb. 1836, having had 
issue (with one dau., Eleanor Margaret Penrose, m. Admiral 
Sir Samuel Pym, K.C.B.) a son, 

Edmund Lockter, Esq., M.D., F.L.S., &e., 5. 28 Oct. 1782; 
til. Eliza (who d. 5 Oct. 1863) dau. and co-heir of Capt. Thomaj 
Patrickson Braithwaite, E.N. (of the family of Braithwaite, ol 
Briars, Westmorland) and d. Dec. 1816, leaving, 

Edmund Leopold, successor to his grandfather. 

Ellen Marv, -iii. George Balston, Esq. of Poole, Dorset, who 
d. s. p. 18.=i2. 

Eosa Elizabeth, m. Eev. T. L. Whcelor, M.A., of Bromwicl 
House, CO. Worcester, and d. 1838, leaving issue. 

Arras — Az., on a chevron arg. between three lions rampant 
or, as many ants fessway ppr. Crest — On the sea a ship undei 
sail her three topsails hoisted ppr. the main topsail charged 
with a. lion rampant gu. the fore and mizen topsails charged 
each with an ant ppr., a red ensign flying and a pendant arg; 
at the main top-gallant masthead charged with a cross aA 
Mollo — Sedulc et secunde. 

/tea iiience— Westcote Barton, near Oxford. 




LoDEE, EoBEET, Esq. of Whittlebury, co. North- 
ampton, and The High Beeches and Beach House 
Sussex, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1877, h. 1823 .i 
m. 1847, Maria Georgiana, dau. of Hans Busk, Es(j 
and grand-dau. of Sir Wadsworth Busk, and has 
with other issue, 

Edmund Giles, 6. 1849; m. Marion, 3rd dau. of W. E 
Hubbard, Esq. of Leonardslea, Sussex. 

Mr. Loder is son of the late Giles Loder, Esq. Oi 
Wilsford, Wnts, who d. 1871, by Elizabeth, hi 
•wife, dau. of John Higginbotham, Esq. 

Seats — Whittlebury Lodge, Towcastcr; The High Beeches 
Crawley; Beech House, \\'orthing. Town House — 42, Gr08 
venor Square, W. 


Lofttj3,'Wiiiiam: James, Esq. of Ballnermine ant 

Oldtown, CO. Dublin, C.B., Maj.-Gen. in the army 

! late 3Sth regt., b. 7 Jan. 1822 ; m. 28 Dec. 1865 

1 Emmehne Louisa Charlotte, dau. of Hildebran( 





[eredith Parratt, Esq. of Efllngliam Ilouse, Surrey, 
ad grand-dau. of Sir Thomas Apreecc, Bart., and 
as issue, 

I, William Henbt Gbaktlet, &. G June, 1S70. 
I. Fucia Harriet Emmeline. 

en. Loftus is heir male of the family of Loftus. 

5.tnr?l0C.— Edward Loftus, of Swincshcad, in the parish 
f Caversham, co. York, had two sons, 

Robert, ancestor of the Viscoumts Loftos, extinct in the 
male line. 
Adam, of whose line we treat. 

lie 2nd son, 

Adam Loft0S, D.D. Trin Coll. Cambridce, Chaplain to 
Jueen Elizabeth, and to Thomas, Earl of Sussex, her Viceroy, 
rhom he accompanied to Ireland, was consecrated Archbishop 
i Armagh, 2 March, 1563 (patent 20 Jan.), being then only 
wenty-eight years of age. He was elected to the Deanery of 
It. Patrick's, Dublin, 1504-65, and held that dignity in com- 
wndam with the Primacy till 1567, when (Aug. 8) he was 
nuislated to the See of Dublin. He was twice Keeper of the 
ireat Seal, and, 1578, was appointed Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 
rhicb high office he held with his bishoprick till his death, 
laving been mainly instrumental in the establishment of the 
Jniversity of Dublin, he was appointed by charter the iivst 
?rovost, which office he resigned in 1594. He d. " worn out 
yith age " 6 April, 1605, age 70, having been an Archbishop 
brty-two years. The Archbishop m. Jane, eldest dau. of 
Idam Purdon, Esq. of Lurgan Eace, co. Louth, and by her 
lad twenty children, of whom seven d. young; the survivors 
jrere five sons and eight daus. Of the latter, Anne, the 5th 
iau., was wife of Sir Henry CoUey, and direct ancestress of the 
Duke of Wellington, <S:c. ; of the former, two only left issue, 
aamely the eldest and the 4th. His eldest son. Sir Dudley 
Loftus's line is represented in the female line by the Marqcess 
DF Ely ; but the male line of this Sir Dudley became extinct in 
1783, on the death of Henry, 4th Viscount Loftus of Ely. The 
Archbishop's 4th son and eventual heir, 

I Sir Thomas Loftus, Knt. of Killyon, co. Mcath, Constable of 
■ the Castle of Wicklow, received in ICIO a grant of the monas- 
[tery of Clonard, with other lands in Meath. He m. Ellen, dau. 
of Kobert Hartpole, of Shrule, Queen's Co., and widow of 
Francis Cosby, Esq. of Stradbally Abbey, in the same co., and 
having by her four sons and two daus., was s. on his death, 
!14 Dec. 1635, by his eldest surviving son. 

Sib Dudley Loftus, of Killyon, Lord of the Manors of 
Killyon and Clonard, who m. Cecilia, dau. of Sir James Ware, 
Knt., Auditor-General of Ireland, and d. 1648, leaving an only 
son and heir, 

Thomas Loftus, Esq. of Killyon and Clonard, m. 1st, 
Susanna, dau. of Henry Elkenhead, Esq., and had an only 
son to leave issue, Dudley Loftus, Esq. of Killyon, whose 
male line became extinct in 1824, when the estates passed to 
the Magan family, who now represent this branch of the 
Loftus famOy in the /e»iaie line. Mr. Loftus m. 2ndly, Letitia, 
dau. of Essex Digby, D.D., Bishop of Dromore, and by her had 
(with Adam, d. an infant) an only surviving son, 

Simon Loftus, Esq., Lieut.-Col. 15th foot d. (about 1741) at 
Jamaica, of the wounds he had received at the siege of 
Carthagena. He ra. Hannah, dau. and co-heiress of Henry 
Johnson, Esq. of Clara Castle, co. Kilkenny, by whom he had 
issue, I. Arthur, M.P., Major 22nd foot, d. s. p. 1781; 
II. Hen-ry, of whom presently; iii. Dudley, Lieut, in the 
army, killed at Carthagena the same year as his father; and 
I. Mary, who m. the Rev. John Elrington, and was mother of 
the late Major Elrington, Fort Major of the Tower of London. 
The 2nd son, 

Henry Loftus, Esq. of Sackville Street, Dublin, M.P. 
successively for Fethard, Bannow, and Clonmines, m. Diana, 
dau. of William Bullock, Esq. of Sturston Hall, Norfolk, 
eldest son of Thomas Bullock, Esq. of Shipdham, and dying 
Dec. 1792, aged 67, left issue, 

I. Thomas, M.P., Capt. 1st Horse Guards, d. s.p. 1791. 

II. William, of whom presently. 

III. Arthur (Rev.), m. Ellen, dau. of Duke GifFord, Esq. of 
Castle Jordan (commonly called Sir Duke Gifford, Bart.), 
and left issue, 

1 Henry Duke, a Major in the army, m. Mary Ann, eldest 
dau. of the late Gen. Loftus (gee belmo), but d. s. p. 1822. 

2 Arthur, of Rathangan, Capt. R.N., m. Anne Abigail, 
only child and heir of John Grey, Esq. of Athy and 
Rathangan, co. Kildare, and d. May, 1861, leaving (with 
a dau., Jane Grey, m. 1856, James Cuffe St. George, Esq.) 
a son, Arthur John, Gent. Usher to the Queen, 0. 1 May, 

1817, late Capt. 18th Hussars, m. 8 Jan. 18G3, Lady 
Catherine Henrietta Mary Loftus, dau. of John, 2nd 
Marquess of Ely, and has three daus., Adeline Henrietta, 
Hilda Mabel Gunnora, and Eleanor Lucia Edith. 
S William Thomas, Capt. in the army, m. Ellen, dau. of 
Capt. William Felix Brady, lOth foot, and left issue, at 
his decease, 1825, one son and a dau., both d. young. 
The 2nd son, 

William Loftus, Esq. of Kilbride, co. Wicldow, and Wim- 
polc Street, London, a General Officer, Col. 2nd Dragoon 
Guards, and Lieutenant of the Tower of London, M.P. both ia 
the English and Irish Parliaments, b. 1752; m. 1st, 18 Feb. 
1778, Margaret, dau. and co-heiress of MackerellKing, Esq. of 
Lissen Hall, co. Dublin, and by her (who d. 17S6) had issue, 
Henry, Col., Capt. Coldstream Guards, d. s. j). 1823. 
AViLLiAM Francis Bentinck, of whom presently. 
Mary Anne, vi. Major Henry Duke Loftus, and d. s. p. 18H. 
Harriet, m. 4 Aug. 1804, Thomas Bouike Eicketts, Esq. of 
Combe House, co. Hertford. 
Gen. Loftus m. 2ndly, 7 May, 1790, Lady Elizabeth Townshend, 
only surviving dau. of George, 1st Marquess Townshend, by 
liis 1st wife. Lady Charlotte Compton, Baroness Fekkeks op 
Chartley, and had by her (who d. 1811) further issue, 

I. George Colby, late of Woodland, Dorset, J. P. and D.L., 
Licut.-Col. Dorset Militia, 6. 15 Feb. 1791; ni. 1821, 
Catherine, dau. and sole heiress of John Feaver, Esq. of 
Woolland, which lady c^ s. p. 13 Dec. 1842. Lieut.-Col. 
Loftus, who was formerly in the Scots Fusilier Guards, and 
served throughout the Peninsular war, c^. 5 Nov. 1861, 
aged 71. 

II. Arthur, M.A. of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 6. 7 Jtdy, 1795; 
7/1. 10 Aug. 1836, Mary Anne Uay, only child of the Rev. 
William Eay Clayton, and by her (whorf. 14 Sept. 1856) has 
had issue. (.See Loftus of Breconash Lodge.) 

ui. Charles, of Wyndham Lodge, Tregonwell Eoad, Bourne- 
mouth, formerly R.N., afterwards Lieut. Coldstream Guards, 
and Major Norfolk Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 21 Sept. 179G; ra. 
1st, Feb. 1825, Jane, dau. of Col. John Dixon, of Gledhow, 
CO. York, and had issue a dau., Charlotte Lydia, ra. 6 July, 
1854, William R. Wynn, Esq., eldest son of Capt. Edward 
Wynn, and d. Nov. 1876. He ra. 2ndly, 4 Feb. 1869, Ann 
Sophia, dau. of the Eev. Robert Louth, son of Dr. Louth, 
Bishop of London. 

IV. Fen-ers, late Capt. and Licut.-Col. Grenadier Guards, Col. 
3rd West Yorkshire Jlilitia, 6. 24 June, 1798; to. 11 Oct. 
1832, Louisa, only cliild of the Rev. John Bastard, of AYest 
Lodge, Dorset; and d. 9 Oct. 1877, having had issue, two 
sons and one dau., 

1 Ferrers Compton Clarges, Capt. 3rd West Yorkshiro 
MlUtia, h. 21 Dec. 1833. 

2 Douglas, late Grenadier Guards, &. 11 Aug. 1837; m. 
29 July, 1862, Laura Ann St. John Mildmay, dau. of the 
late Capt. and the Hon. Mrs. Lawrence Shawe, and has 
issue, Dudley Ferrers, b. 12 Feb. 1864, St. .John Douglas 
Townshend, 6. 22 April, 1866; Violet Maria Charlotte • 
and Diana Audley Hillier. 

1 Georgiana Elizabeth, ra, 5 July, 1S60, Eev. Dixon BrowD, 
of Unthank Hall, Northumberland. 

V. Frederick, Capt. in the army, b. 17 Nov. 1799; m. 1833, 
Frances, dau. of the late Col. Richard Phayre, E.I.C.S., of 
Shrewsbury, and d. s. p. 3 Dec. 1860. 

I. Charlotte, m. 24 March, 1812, Lord Charles Vere Ferrers 
Townshend, who d. 5 Nov. 1853 : she d. 21 March, 1860. 

II. Elizabeth Georgiana Ann, ra. 1834, George Best, Esq. of 
Eastbury House, Compton, Surrey, and d. 6 Nov. 1873, 
leaving issue. 

III. Ann Harriet Margaret, d. 1825. 

IV. Jane Perceval Compton, m. 7 Sept. 1833, H. Corbet 
Singleton, Esq. of Aclare, co. Meath, and has issue. 

Gen. Loftus d. 15 July, 1831, and was s. by his eldest surviving 

Lieut.-Gen. William Francis Bentinck Loftus, of Kil- 
bride, Col. 50th regt., 6. 17 Aug. 1784; ra. 9 Oct. 1819, Mar- 
garet Harriet, dau. of Archdeacon Langrishe, 2nd son of the 
late Eight Hon. Sir Hercules Langrishe, Bart., and by her 
(who d. 7 Aug. 1874) had issue, 

William Jajies, of Ballnermine and Oldtown. 
Henry, 6. 9 March, 1823, Major 71st Highlanders, d.^mm. in 
IncUa, 2 Nov. 1862. 

Mary Harriet Anne, to. 11 July, 1848, George Augustus 
Cranley Onslow, Esq., who d. 13 AprU, 1855, leaving an 
only son, William HilUer, who s. in 1870, to the Earldom of 

Elizabeth, ra. 1st, 9 Jan. 1855, Capt. Edward Charles Ralph 

Sheldon (son of the l.ate E. R. C. Sheldon, Esq. of Brailcs 

House, CO. Warwick, M.P. for that co.), who d. s.p. Nov. 

1867 ; and 2ndly, 7 April, 1870, Major-Gen. Sir Archibald 

Little, K.C.B. 

Lieut.-Gen. Loftus was one of the Esquires to the Marquess of 

Ely, at the installation of the Knights of 6t. Patrick, 1819. HO 

d. 13 Sept. 1852. 

Arras — 1st and 4th, sa., a chevron engrailed erm. between 
three trefoils shpped arg. ; 2nd, gyronny of eight pieces arg. 





and sa., a saltiro engrailed between four fleurs-de-lis, all 
counterchanged ; 3rd, az., a cross or, with drops of blood 
upon it, between four pelicans or (these arras were granted to 
Archbishop Loftus and his male descendants). Crest— A. boar's 
head couped and erect arg. langucd gu. Mottoes — Prend moi 
tel que je suis. Around the crest, Loyal a mort. 


Loftus, Geoege William Feeeaes, Esq. of 
Breconash Lodge, Norfolk, b. 23 Jan. 1839, educated 
at Trin. Hall, Cambridge ; m. 21 Jan. 1861, Barbara, 
dau. of Benjamin James, Esq. of Norwich. Mr. 
Loftus s. by will 1860 to the property of his maternal 
grandfather, the Kev. WilUam Ray Clayton, Rector 
of Ryburgh, Norfolk, who in 1830, s. his elder 
brother, Samuel Clayton, Esq. of Churchman's 
House, Norwich, and who purchased Breconash 
Lodge, 1862. 

iLt'llCilQC. — AETHtJE LoFTrs (2nd son of Gen. Loftus, 
Lieut, of the Tower of London, by his 2nd wife. Lady Eliza- 
beth, dau. of George, 1st Marquess Townshend, by his 1st wife, 
Charlotte, Baroness de Ferrars and Compton, dau. and heiress 
of 5th Earl of Northampton), ia. 10 Aug. 1836, Mary Anne Ray 
Clayton, only child of the Eev. William Kay Clayton, Eector 
of Ey burgh, and had issue, 

George William Feekars, now of Breconash Lodge. 

Elizabeth Charlotte Anne, d. Oct. 18.37. 

Mary Anne Compton, d. 19 July, 1855. 

Seat — Breconash Lodge, Norwich. 


LoMAX, James, Esq. of Clayton Hall, co. Lancas- 
ter, D.L., m. Nov. 1845, Frances Cecilia Verda, 
eldest dau. of Charles Walmesley, Esq. of Westwood. 

ILlltCaflC. — Richard Lomax, Esq. of Pilsworth, was owner 
of a freehold estate at Burnshawe Tower, in the vale of Tod- 
morden, which by deeds, some sans date, is proved to have 
been in the possession of the family from a very early period, 
lie rii. Rebecca Heywood, of Urmston, sole heiress of the 
Grimsiiawb of Clayton, through her mother, Diary, dau. of 
John Grimshaw, Esq. of Clayton. Their son and heir, 

James Lomax, Esq. of Clayton Hall, m. Elizabeth Lord, and 
had (with a dau., Elizabeth, m. Michael Francis Trappes, Esq. 
of Nidd HaU, co. York) three sons, Richard Grimshaw, of whom 
presently; James, Capt. in the Royal Lancashire Volunteers; 
and John, d. young. Tlie eldest son, 

EicHARD Grimshaw Lomax, Esq. of Clayton Hall, m. July, 
1797, Catharine, dau. and heiress of Thomas Greaves, Esq., 
Banker, of Preston, and had issue, 

I. Eichaed, d. s. p. aged 22. ii. John, heir to his father. 

III. James, of Clayton Hall. 

IV. William, in holy orders ot the Church of Eome. 
▼. Edmund. 

^1 Shades } ''°*^ ^^ ^"'^ "^^^'"^ °^ ^^^ ^lurch of Eome. 

VIII. Thomas, m. 20 June, 1837, Mary Frances, dau. of the 
Eev. Charles Sanders, Vicar of Ketton with Tixover, 
Rutland, son of Edward Sanders, Esq., by Christian 
Woolston, his wife, and has had issue, 
1 Richard Grimshaw, d. 1852. 2 John, d. 1847. 

1 Mary, m. William Francis Segar, Esq. and has a dau., 
Helen Mary Maxima, b. 27 Aug. 1829. 

2 Helen, m. 10 Jan. 18G6, T. B. Trappes, Esq. of Stanley 
House, Clitheroe, Major 1st Royal Lancashire Militia, 
and has issue. 

3 Gwendalene Elizabeth, d. 184G. 
I. Elizabeth, d. unm. Sept. 183G. 

Mr. Lomax d. 20 Jan. 1837, and was s. by his son, 

John Lomax, Esq. of Clayton Hall, b. 9 Aug. ISOl, J. P., 
who 5)1. 29 Nov. 1836, Helen, 2nd dau. of John Aspinall, Esq. 
of Standen Hall, co. Lancaster, but d. s. p. 15 July, 1849, and 
was s. by his brother, the present James Lomax, Esq. of 
Clayton Hall. 

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, per pale or and sa., on a 
bend cottised erm. three escallops gu., for Lomax; 2nd, arg., 
a griffin segreant sa. armed or, for Grimsuaw; 3rd, arg., a 
cross sa. between four bezants, for Clayton. Crest — Out of a 
mural crown a demi-lion gu. collared and holding an escallop. 
Motto — Fato prudcntia major. 
Seat — Clayton Hall, Accrington. 


LoMBE, Rev. Henet, of Bylaugh, Norfolk, B. A., 
J.P., b. 1819 ; m. 25 April, 1849, Louisa, dau. of 
Thomas Brown Evans, Esq. of North Tuddeuham. 

^inCKQC—'E.DvrAVfD Lombe, who was living at Weston 
Norfolk, in 1688, was first-cousin of the fatier of Sir Thoma- 
Lombe, Knt., Alderman of London, who with his brothei 
John, organized silk manufacture in Great Britain, and erecteo 
the silk mills at Derby, temp. George I. and II. His wil 
is dated 1703, and he left by his wife, Misa Sporle, three sons 
and two daus., 

I. Edward of Melton, High Sheriff co. Norfolk 1714, d. «. p. 
1738. n. Thomas, had a dau., Mary, d. v/nm. 

III. John (Rev.), Rector of Seaming, Norfolk, d. g. p. 

I. Elizabeth, Mrs. Warner, ii. Maey, of whom hereafter. 
The youngest dau., 

Mary Lombe, m. John Ease, Esq. of East Dereham, and had 

I. John (Sir), who assumed the surname of Lombe, of whom 
hereafter as Sir John Lombe, Bart. 

II. Edward, of Gall, m. Virtue Repps, of Sail; and d. 1804, 
leaving four daas., 

1 Virtue, hi. Richard Paul Jodrell, Esq. of DuflSeld, M.P. 
and had a son, 

Sir Richard Paul Jodbell, who s. to his uncle's 

2 Sophia, m. Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stretton Strawless. 

3 Anne, ni. Rev. Bernard Astley. 

4 Mary, rn. 1787, Thomas Browne Evans, Esq. of North 
Tuddenham, and had issue (see Evans of North Tudden- 
harn). Her third son, 

Henry (Rev.), assumed, 1862, the surname and arms of 
Lombe, under the will of his great-uncle, Sir John 
Lombe, Bart. 

The eldest son, 

Sir John Lombe, Bart, of Great Malton, assumed by Act of 
Parliament the surname of his maternal ancestors in lieu of 
that of his paternal, in 1762, and was created a Baronet 10 Dec. 
1783, with remainder in default of male issue to his brother, 
Edward Hase, Esq. of Sail, and to his heirs male, and in default 
of such to heirs male of his niece, Virtue, wife of Richard 
Paul Jodrell, Esq. Sir John d. unm. 27 May, 1817, when his 
title passed to his grand nephew. Sir Richard Paul Jodrell. 
His estates vested under his will in his first nephew. 

Rev. Henry Lombe, of Bylaugh, who assumed the surname 
of Lombe in lieu of Evans, 1862, in eomphance with the testa- 
mentary injunctions of his great-uncle. Sir John Lombe, 
Bart, of Great Melton, b. 1792 ; m. 1818, Sophia, dau. of 
Thomas Cubitt, Esq. of Honing Hall, Norfolk, and had issue, 

I. Henry (Rev.), B.A., now of Bylaugh. 

n. Thomas Robert. in. Edward. iv. Charles. 

I. Katherine Mary. ii. Mary Jane. 

Eev. Mr. Lombe d. 10 Oct. 1878. 

Arnis — Az., two combs in fess between a broken tiltinjy 
spear barways or, one piece in chief, the head towards the 
dexter, the other h.ilf in base, a canton arg. Crest — Two lilting 
spears in saltire or, ea..'li having a pendent gu. Mollo — Pro- 
positi tenax. 

Seat — Bylaugh Park, East Dereham, Norfolk. 


Long, Waltee Hume, Esq. of Rood Ashton,- 
Wilts, b. 13 July, 1854 ; educated at Harrow and 
Ch. Ch. Oxford, s. his father 16 Feb. 1875; 
m. 1 Aug. 1878, Lady Dorothy Blanche Boyle, 4th 
dau. of the Earl of Coi'k and Orrery, K.P. 

JLinCarfC. — The family of the Longs of Wiltshire was 
settled at a very early date at South Wraxall. A branch of 
the name was anciently seated at Potterne and Little Cheverell, 
in the same co. and vicinity ; and the traditions, as banded 
down for several generations in this particular branch, and 
recorded on their monumental inscriptions, * as well as the 
mural mention made of persons of the same name in wills,t 
and various documents at very remote periods by different 
contemporary members of the family of Wraxall and of that 
settled at Potterne, afford presumptive evidence that the 
ancestor of this branch derived liis descent from one of the 
early sons of the House of Wraxall, about the time of 
Henry VIII. 

John Long, Esq. of Marston, in the parish of Potterne, 
Wilts (who made his will and d. 1597), m. Anne, dau. of John 
Merewether, Esq. of Great Cheverell, and by her (who d. 1626) 
had six sons and three daus. The 2nd son, 

* An inscription in the church of Steeple Ashton, Wilts, 
commemorates Richard Long, of Rood Ashton, the grandson 
of Thomas Long, of Little Cheverell, Esq., as being " of the 
ancient family of the Longs of Wraxall," Wilts. 

t Sir Thomas Long, Knt. of Wraxall, in his will, dated 1508, 
makes a bequest to Joan Burley; and Thomas Long, of Pot- 
terne, 1567, also bequeaths to Joan Burley. 





Thomas Lono, Esq. of Little ClievercU and MelkBliam, Wilts, 
!iapt. 1579, served the office of High Shcrief for Wilts 1652. 
lis will was dated 1G54, and he was buried at Little ChevcrcU, 
;May of the same year. He m. a dau. of — Floycr, of the 
indent family of that name in Devon, and left issue, 

John, High Sheriff far Wilts, 1GG8 ; d. without issue. 

BicHARD, ancestor of Long of Hood Ashtoti, of whom 

Thomas, ancestor of Lon3 of Prcshaw, Hants (see next 

William, ancestor of the Longs of Baynton. 

'he 2nd son, 

BicHARD Long, Esq. of CollinKbourne Kingston, Wilt^, in. 

• April, 1657, Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Long, and sister and 

leir of Henry Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton, Wilts ; and d. 167C, 

caving issue, 

Henry, his heir, bapt. 20 May, 1G58; m. Anne, dau. of .lohn 

Long, Esq., andsisterof Hope Long, Esq. of South Wraxall ; 

and dying 31 March, 16S6, left a son and heir, Henry, m. 

Ellen, dau. of William Trenchard, Esq. of Cutteridge, Wilts; 

and d. 1727, having had three sens, who all d. s. p., and 

four daus,, Ellen, ih. John Thresher, Esq.; Elizabeth, m. 

Eobert Colebroolic, Esq.; Diouysia, d. unm. 180G; and 

Mary, d. unm. 1816. 

EicHARD, of whose line we have to treat. 
Dorothy, m. Richard Kenn, M.D., of Chippenham, 17 Oct. 

1685, and had issue. 
Dionysia, bapt. 23 Jan. 1661 ; m. Edward Thresher, of Brad- 
ford, and had issue. 

The 2nd son of Richard Long of Collingbourne, 

BicHARD Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton, bapt. 7 April, 1663 ; 
i». 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Long, of Monkton, after- 
irards of Kowden, Wilts, and had issue, Richard ; and 
Thomas, who d. unm. 1711. He m. 2ndly, Grace, dau. of John 
Stileman, of Steeple Ashton, and relict of John Martyn, of 
Hinton, in the same parish, who d. without issue, April, 1746. 
Mr. Long d. 19 Jan. 1729-30, and was «. by his only surviving 

BiCHABD Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton, m. Anne, sole dau. 
ind heir of John Martyn, Esq., by whom (who d. aged 71) he 
bad issue, 

Eichard, his heir. 

John, D.D., Follow of All Souls' Coll. Oxford, Rector ot 
Chelsfield, in Kent. He d. unm. 17 Oct. 1797, aged On. 

Anne, 2nd wife of Gifford Warriner, Esq. of Conock, Wilts. 
She d. without issue 1815. 

Elizabeth, m. 1764, Rev. Richard Pocock, A.B., Rector of 
Mildenhall, Wilts, great-grandson of Dr. Edward Pocock, 
the Orientalist. She d. 18 Sept. 1805, aged 83. 

Ellen, m. Daniel Jones, Esq. of Bradford. She d. 17 May, 
1794, aged 63, leaving by him, who rf. 1772, aged 48, Daniel 
Jones Long, Esq., who, by the will of Walter Long, Esq. 
of Bath, took the name and arms of Long, and d. without 
issue, 1827. 
Mr. Long, of Rood Ashton, d. 6 May, 1760, aged 68, and was 
(. by his son and heir, 

Eichard Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton. He m. Meliora, dau. 
of Sir John Lambe, and relict of Joseph Poulden, Esq. of 
Iml er, Wilts, and had issue, 

I. Richard Godolphin, eldest son and heir. 

u. John, of Monkton Farleigh, i>. 1768; m. Mrs. Lucy Anne 
Kinnear, dau. of Rev. John Warneford, of Corpus Christi 
Coll. Oxford, Camden Professor of Ancient History ; who 
d. 11 Feb. 1812, aged 48, and by her had issue, 

1 John, of Monkton Farleigh, and of Baynton, Wilts, J. P. 
and D.L., b. 14 Aug. 1793; m. Mary, dau. of Ed^vard 
Daniel, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and had issue, 

John, h. 28 April, 1822 ; d. Jime, 1840. 

Walter Henry, b. 5 Oct. 1823 ; d. Feb. 1857. 

Edward Moreton, b. 13 Dec. 1833; d. April, 1835. 

francis Stanhope, 6. 24 April, 1835. 

Edward Morton, b. 22 Sept. 1836. 

Emma Mary. Katherine Elizabeth. Flora Louisa. 

2 Walter (Rev.), 6. 1795 ; m. Anne, dau. of Rev. E. 

1 Katherine Elizabeth Mary. 

2 Lucy Anne, d. May, 1807. 3 Sophia, d. 4 Nov. 1800. 
Mr. Long d. 20 Oct. 1833. 

I. Ellen Anne. 

II. Dionysia, b. 29 Oct. 1766; m. 31 March, 1792, John 
Bodmin Vince, 2nd son of Henry Chivers Vince, Esq. of 
Clilt Hall, Wilts. She d. 23 April, 1814. 

Mr. Long d. 3 Sept. 1787, aged 69, and was s. by his eldest son, 
Eichard Godolphin Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton, bapt. 
12 Kov. 1761, M.P. for Wilts 1806-18. He m. Florentina, dau. 
of Sir Bourchier Wrey, Bart, of Tawstock Court, Devon, by 
Ellen his wife, dau. and co-heir of John Tlircslier, Esq., and 
Ellen Lone his wife, and by her (who d. 1835, and was buried 
at Steeple Ashton) bad issue, 

Walter, his heir. 

Richard, lute of Bulliol Cnll. Oxford, d. vvm. 1825. 
Ellen, 111. 1812, Joliu Walniesley, Esq. of Wigan and of Bath. 
Florentina. Anne C:ithoririe. 

Dionysia Meliora, ))!. 6 Dec. 1838, Rev. Joseph Medlicott, 
Vicar of Potterne, Wilts. 

Mr. Long d. 1835, aged 74, and was .ij. by his son, 

Walter Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton, Wraxall, and 
Whaddon, J. P. and D.L. for cos. Wilts, Somerset, and Mont- 
gomery, formerly Major Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 
M.A. of Ch. Ch. Oxford (1812), elected, 1835, M.P. for North 
Wilts, b. 10 Oct. 1793; m. 1st, 3 Aug. 1819, Mary .A.nne, 2nd 
dau. of the Right Hon. Archibald Colquhoun, of Killermont, 
CO. Dumbarton, Lord Register of Scotland, and by her (who 
d. 15 March, 1866) had issue, 
Walter, b. 27 Sept. 1823; m. Avarina Brunetta Herbert, of 
Doliorgan, co. MontgoTnery; and d. s. p. at Rome 17 April, 
1847. His wife li. 2G Jan. previously. 
Richard Penroddocke, of whom presently. 
Henry William, b. 12 June, 1829, B.-A.. of Trin. Coll. Oxon, 
Rector of Hilperton, Trowbridge, Wilts, presented by his 
father 1854; m. 1868, Jane, dau. of Edwyn Statham, Esq. 
of South Lambetli, Surrey; d. s. p. 30 Jan. 1876. 
Mary Anne Catherine, m. 1st, Bryan Edward Duppa, Esq.; 
and 2ndly, John Philip Green, Esq. of The Templc-ti-ees, 

Flora Henrietta, m. 26 April, 1853, Charles Penruddocke, 
Esq. of Corapton Park, Wilts (see thatfciniil/i). 
Jane Agnes, rn. 26 Aug. 1860, Charles Forbes, Esq. of 
Moriack Castle, N.B. 

Mr. Long m. 2ndly, 15 April, 1857, Mary Bickerton, eldest dau. 
of Rear-Admiral Sir James Hillyar, K.C.B., K.C.H., and widow 
of Rev. Sir Cecil Augustus Bisshopp, Bart. Ue d. 31 Jan. 
1867, and was s. by his 2nd son, 

Richard Penruddocke Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton, Wilts, 
and Dolforgan Hall, co. Montgomery, J. P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff of Montgomery 1858, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, 
1852, elected, 1859, M.P. for Chippenham, M.P. North Wilts 
1865 to 1868, b. 19 Dec. 1825; m. 4 Oct. 1853, Charlotte 
Anna, only child of W. W. F. Hume (now Dick), Esq. of 
HumewooU, M.P. for co. Wicklow {see that Samibj), and had 

I. Walter Hdme, now of Rood Ashton. 

II. Richard Godolphin Walniesley. 
HI. Robert Chaloner Critcliley. 

IV. Henry Hope Giffard, d. June, 18CG. 

V. William Hoare Bouchier. 

I. F'lorence Frideswidc. 

II. Margaret Henrietta Georgiana. in. Charlotte Ethel. 

IV. Frances Laura Arabella. 

V. Maud Avarina Millesainte. 

He d. 16 Feb. 1875. 

/4rms — Sa., semee of crosscs-crosslet and a lion rampant arg. — Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-lion rampant arg. 
Motto — Pieux quoique preux. 

Sea(— Rood Ashton, near Trowbridge, Wilts. Cht&s— Carl- 
ton ; White's ; Berkeley ; and National. 



Long, Walter Jervis, Esq. of Preshaw, co. 
Southampton, and Muchelney, Somerset, J. P., b. 
26 June, 1816 ; m. 16 Aplil, 1839, Emily Jane, 
eldest dau. of Edward Moi'ant Gralc, Esq. of Upham, 
Hants, and has issue, 

I. Walter, of Belmore, Hants, J.P., h. 2 March, 1840 ; liifc 
11th regt.; m. 26 April, 1866, Fanny, 2nd dau. of Col. 

Vansittart, and has issue, 

Walter Vansittart, b. 27 Nov. 1868. 

Robert Walter, b. 14 July, 1875; d. 24 April, 1876. 

Ethel Fanny, 6. 12 Feb. 1867. 

Florence Gertrude, d. an infant. 

Katherine Teresa, 6. 17 Jan. 1871. 

Helen Philippa, b. 17 April, 1372; d. 25 April, 1875. 

Mildred Bertha, b. 14 Dec. 1873. 

Mina Louisa,, 6. 8 Oct. 1876. 

Evelyn Alice. 

II. Jervis Morant, b. 30 Jan. 1843 ; d. 22 March, 1870. 

III. Reginald Gambler, b. 1851. iv. Carnegie, b. 1355. 

I. Emily Mary. 

II. Agnes Louisa Georgina, to. 15 April, 1869, W. Macalpinc 
Leny, Esq. of Dalswinton, N.B., and has issue. 

III. Edith Chica Sophia, to. 5 May, 1876, Charles Severne, 
Esq. IV. Adela, d. 24 June, 1872. 

V. Jessie Annie, m. 6 Oct. 1874, William Barnes, Esq. of 
The Grove, near Exeter. 

VI. Florence Gertrude, d. 4 Jan. 1868. 

ilUl^aflC— Thomas Long, of Devizes, 6. 1617, 3rd son of 

u S 





Thomas Long, Esq. of Little Cheverell, Wilts {refer to the Tpre- 
ceding Article) succeeded, by the will of his father, 1654, to 
the lands in Potterne, called Wallens. He m. 1st, Alice, dau. 
of Thomas Hawliins, of Chippenham, and relict of Richard 
Foreman, of the same place. She d. 1641, without issue. He 
'm. 2ndly, Margery, dau. of Richard Flower, Gent, of Devizes, 
and by her (who rf. 1691) had (with seven daus.) six sons, 

RicHABD Lo.NG, the ard son of Thomas Long, of Devizes, 
/). 1 Aug. 166.5, was Alderman of New Sarum, and served the 
office of Mayor of that city. He m. Jan. 1C79, Alice fvie; 
and d. 12 July, 1724, leaving (with eight daus.) five sons. The 
3rd son, 

Walter Long, Esq. of New Sarum, of Preshaw, Hants, and 
of Muchelney, Somerset, High Sheriff of WiUs 1745, b. 30 April, 
1690; m. Ist, 20 Dec. 1717, Mary, dau. of Robert Morley, 
Gent, of Hursley, Hants, and by her (who d. 11 April, 172^) 
had (with three daus., who d. in infancy) one son, Walter, of 
Muchelney, Somerset, and of Lincoln's Inn, Bencher of that 
.Inn of Court, and Judge of the Sheriff.?* Court, d. v.nm. 1807. 
Mr. Long m. 2ndly, 13 April, 1727, Philippa, dau. of John 
Jilackall, of London, Merchant, by EUzabeth, dau. of Charles 
Michel], Esq. of Chitterne, and d, 15 Jan. 1769, aged 7d, 
leaving issue, 
John, of whom presently. 

Samuel, Esq. of New Sarum, h. 1735 ; 0.. unm. Jan. 1812, 
aged 76. 

William, Esq. of Marwell Hall, Hants, and of Muchelney, 
Somerset, 6. 10 June, 1747; m. Alice, dau. of Edmund 
Dawson, Esq. of Warton, co. Lancaster; and d. s. p. 24 
March, 1818. 
Philippa, b. 1729 ; m. John Grove, Esq. of Fern, Wilts; and 
d 1805, aged 7.5, leaving issue. 

Elizabeth, b. 1730: to. 10 July, 1759, Edward Rudge, Esq. 
of Abbey Manor, Evesham, Worcester, and of the City oj 
Ba:h. She d. 1820, aged 90. 
Anne, b. 1732; m. Mr. iieriley, and d. without issue at a 
great age. 

Lucy, rf. 17 Nov. 1762. 
Eleanor, b. 7 Sept. 1730; d. 15 Blarch, 1824, aged 87. 

The eldest son of the second marriage, 

JouN Long, Esq. of Preshaw, Hants, b. 1723; m. 4 Oct. 
1779, Ellen, dau. and eventual heiress of Robert Hippisloy 
Trenchard, Esq. of Stanton Fitzwarren, Wilts, and of Abbott's 
Leigh, Somerset, and relict of John Ashfordby, Esq. of Ches- 
hunt, CO. Hereford. She d. Nov. 1788, aged 43. He d. 10 
Maj, 1797, aged 69, and was «. by his only son, 

Walter Long, Esq. of Preshaw, co. Southampton, M.A., 
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1824, of Oriel Coll. Oxford, B.A. 
1809, M.A. 1812, b. 24 Nov. 1788; m. 12 Feb. 1810, Lady Mary 
Carnegie, eldest dau. of William, 7th Earl of Northesk, G.C.B., 
Admiral of the Red, and Rear-Admiral of Great Britain, and 
by her (who d. 7 March, 1875) had issue, 
I. Walter Jervis, now of Preshaw. 

u. WUIiam, of Bath, of Balliol Coll. Oxon, B.A. 1839, M.A. 
184.3, J.P. for Somerset, b. 15 Aug. 1817 ; m. 13 April, 1 841, 
Eliza Hare, only child of James Hare Joliffe, Esq., and by 
her (who is deceased) had issue, 
1 William, b. 22 Jan. 1843, late an officer 46th regt., ra- 
1867, Anna Maria, dau. of the late Henry Hunter, Esq., 
Capt. 5tli Dragoon Guards, and has issue, William Edward 
6. 21 Feb. 1873, and six daus. 
2 John Neale Henry, b. 1849. 
1 Elizabeth Mary Diana. 

III. John, of Walberton, J.P., Sussex, late lOth Hussars, l<. 
14 Dec. 1818; m. 14 July, 184'2, Georgiana Frances, eldest 
dau. of Sir Simeon Stuart, Bart., and has issue, 

1 John Stuart Lindsay, R.N., b. 10 Dec. 1847. 

2 Charles James, Lieut. R.H.A., b. 1819. 
8 Alfred, b. 1852. 

1 GcorginaSelina, d. an infant. 

2 Georgina Selina, d. at Venice, 1857. 

IV. George, J.P. Hants, b. 23 Dec. 1823 ; m. 3 Feb. 1845, Elira 
Margaret, dau. of Capt. W. Strong, 44th regt., and hm 
issue, 1 George Edward, b. 11 May, 1852; 2 Charles Walter, 
6. 10 Nov. 1858; 1 Mary Jane; 2 Elizabeth; 3 Georgiana, 
m. Rev. Charles Burrough; 4 Jane; 5 Ellen; 6 Lucy. 

I. Mary, d. young. 

II. Ellen. 

III. Elizabeth Mary, m. 26 Feb. 1833, John Etherington 
Welch Rolls, Esq. of the Hendre, co. Monmouth, J.P. and 
D.L., and has issue (.see lltat Family). 

TV. Alice, d. young. 

V. Mary llippisley, deceased. 

VI. Georgina Eleanor, m. 9 Aug. 1849, Richard Bowden 
Smith, Esq. of Vernall.", Hants. 

VII. Lucy, III. 2 July, 1840, William P.ames, Esq. of Exeter; 
and d. 1850. vili. Jane. 

Mr. Long d. 5 Jan. 1871. 

Arms, &c. — .\s IjOng of Rood Askton. 

Heal — Preshaw House, near Bishop's Waltham, Hants. 


Long, Samuel, Esq. of Bromley Hill, Bromley, 
Kent, J.P. and D.L., High ShenfC 1863, late Lieut.- 
Col. Grenadier Guards, b. May, 1799 ; m. 1st, 18 
April, 1825, Lady Louisa Emily, 2nd dau. of 
Edward, 13th Earl of Derby, K.G. (she d. 11 Dec. 
fDllowing); 2ndly, 1827, Sydney, dau. of Arthur 
Atherley, Esq., M.P. for Southampton ; 3rdly, 1854,- 
Emily, 2nd dau. of Charles John Herbert, Esq. of 
Muckruss, Killarney ; and 4thly, 1866, Hon, 
Eleanor Stanley, Maid of Honour to the Queen, 
dau. of Edward Stanley, Esq. of Cross Hall, and 
Lady Mary his -wife. Col. Long has issue by 
liis third wife, three daus., 

I. Jane Emily, b. 22 Jan. 1855; m. 20 Aug. 1873, Hon. 
Richard M. W. Daw.son, 3rd son of the Earl of Dartrey. 

II. Mary Euphemia, b. 8 May, 1856. 

III. Susan Martha, b. 29 April, 1859. 

Etneage.— This family is of Wiltshire origin, where 
various branches of that name have been established for 
several centuries. 

Jobs Longe, of Nethcravon, in that co., d. 1630, leaving, 
by Catherine his wife, a second son, 

T1.M0THY Longe, b. 1610; m. Jane, only dau. of Rev. Oliver 
Brunsell, Vicar of Wroughton, Wilts ; and dying 1691, had 
issue, Timothy, Rector of St. Alphage, d. unm. 14 Sept. 1665; 
and Samdel. 

Samdel Long, 2nd son, b. 1638, accompanied the expedition, 
under Pcnn and Venables, which conquered Jamaica, 1C55, as 
a Lieut, in Col. D'Oyley's regt., with whom he was connected, 
and was further appointed Secretary to Cromwell's Commis- 
sioners. He received large grants of land in that island, where 
he became a Col. of Horse, Chief Justice, Speaker of the 
Assembly, and one of the Council. He d. 1683, and had, by 
his wife Elizabeth (who re-married Rev. John Towers, Rector 
of Swaffham Bulbeck. and d. 1710), with three daus., of whom 
the eldest, Elizabeth, b. 1670, m. 1st, Henry Lowe, Esq. of 
Goadby Marwood, co. Leicester, and 2ndly, Henry Smallwood, 
Esq., three sons, one of whom alone survived, 

Charles Long, of Longville, Jamaica, and of Hurts Hall, 

Saxmundham, Suffolk, b. 1679, M.P. for Dunwich 1716; d. 

1723. He m. 1st, 1099, Amy, eldest dau. of .Sir Nicholas 

Lawes, Knt., Governor of Jamaica, and had issue by her (whe 

d. 1702), a dau., Elizabeth, 6. 1701, m. John Hamerton, Esq., 

Secretary to South Carolina, and d.s.p. 1772; and an only son, 

I. Samuel, b. 1700, a Capt. in Queen Caroline's Dragoons, 

and Keeper cf the King's Palace at Newmarket, to. Mary, 

2nd dau. of Bartholomew Tate, Esq. of Delapre Abbey, co. 

Northampton (by Mary, dau. and co-heir of Edward Noel, 

E.sq. of the Gainsborough family), and co-heir with her 

sister Catharine to the ancient Baronies of Zouche of Har- 

ringworth, St. Maur, and Level of Carv. He d. 1757, and 

had, with three daus., 1 Catherine Maria, b. 1727, to. Sir 

Henry Moore, Bart., Goveinor of New York; 2 Susannah 

Chariotte, b. 173.3, m. 1st, George Ellis, Esq., by whom she 

had the late George Elli?, Esq., the accomplished author of 

the Barb/ Enylisk Poets, &c., and 2ndly, Lieut.-Gen. Sir 

David Lindsay, Bart. ; 3 Amelia Elizabeth, 6. 1740, m. 

Samuel Heming, Esq. ; three sons, 

1 Robert, b. 1729; rrt. Lucy, dau. of George Ann Cooke, 
Esq., Gentleman-Usher to George II. and George III., 
and by that lady (who m. 2ndlv, .John Bagshall, Esq.; 
add 3rdly, Comte de la Salle) had three daus., 

Jane Catherine Sarah, m. John Oliver, Esq. of Hoole 

Hall, CO. Chester, and has issue, 
Mary Charlotte, m.. her cousin, Samuel Scudamore 

Heming, Esq., and left issue. 
Lucy Ann, m. 1790, Thomas Bayley Howell, Esq. of 

Prinknash Park, co. Gloucester, and left issue, . 

2 Charles, Lieut. 49th foot, who d. .1. p. 1756. 

3 Ei>h'ahd, b. 1734, Barrister of Gray's Inn, accompanied 
his brother-in-law. Sir Henry Moore, to Jamaica, as Secre- 
tary, was afteiwards appointed Chief Judge of the Vice- 
Admiralty Court, Jamaica, and was author of a history of 
that island. He m. Mary Ballard, dau. and heir of Thnmas 
Beckford, Esq., and relict of John Pallmer, Esq., by whom 
(who d. 1797) he had issue, 

Edward Beeston, his heir. 

Robert Ballard, a Lieut.-Gen. in the army, and Lieut.- 

Col. 15th Hussars; d. v.nrn. 1825. 
Charles Beckford. m. Frances Monro, dau. and heir of 

Lucius Tucker, Esq. of Norfolk Street, Park Lane (by 

Fnmces, dau. and heir of William Jenkyns, Esq., Capt. 

Royal Horse Grenadier Giurds), and d. 1836, leaving 

1 Mary Henrietta. 


Hp 1839, louving issue. 

Catliarine, m. Richard Dawkins, Esq., and d. 1826, 
k'avins issue. 

Cluirloito, m. G Juno, 1701, Sir George Pococke, Bart. 
Klizabetli, ),i. Lord lleiiry Jlulyneux Howard. 
Mr. Long d. 1813, and was s. by his oldest son, 

Kdward Beeston Long, Esq. of Hampton Lodse, m. 
Mary, dau. of John Thomlinson, Esq., M.l'.for Suyninj?, 
and heir to her grandfather, John Thomlinson, Esq. of 
East Barnet, and by her (who d. 1818) he had issue, 
Edward Noel, Ensign Coldstream rcgt. of Foot Guards, 
lost on his passage to Spain, 1809. 
Henry Lawes, his heir. 

Trederick Beckford, Inspector-Gen. of Prisons in Ireland, 
m. Maria Elizabeth, oth dau. of James Daniell, Esq., 
and left issue. 

Mary, m. Charles Devon, Esq. of Rackenford, Devon, and 
has issue. 

Charlotte, m. George Grenville Pigott, Esq. of Doder- 
shall Park, Bucks; and d. s. p. 18i3. 
Mr. Long d. 1825, and was «. by his son, 

He.nrt Lawes Long, Esq. of Hampton Lodge and East 

Barnet, J. P., m. 2.5 July, 1822, Lady Catharine Walpole, 

youngest dau. of the 3rd and sister of the late Earl of 

Orford, and d. 1868, leaving issue, 

Henbtt Charles Dudley, of Hampton Lodge; d.s.p. 

7 June, 1870. 
Charlotte Caroline Geokgiana, of Ilampton Lodge, to. 
6 Dec. 1849, Henry Howard, Esq. of Greystoke Castle, 
Cumberland, who </. 7 Jan. 187.5. Catharine Beatrice. 
Emma Sophia, m. 16 April, 1855, Francis William Hast- 
ings, Lieut. -Col. R.A., 3rd son of Col. Sir Charles H. 
Hastings, G.C.H. Mary Elizabeth. 

Florence Louisa Jane, m. 17 July, 1855, Turner A. Macan, 

Esq. of Cardiff, co. Armagh. 
Sophia Horatia Churchill, ni. 20 Feh. 1855, Major Jer\-oise 
Clarke Jervoise, Esq., R. W. Fusiliers, eldest son of Sir 
J. Clarke Jervoise, Bart, of Idesworth Park, Hants. 
Isabella Henrietta Theodora, m. 24 Feb. 1809, Thomas 
Barnard, Esq., M.P., of Cople, Beds. 
Mr. Long m. 2ndly, 1703, Jane, dau. and heir of Sir William 
Beeston, Knt., Governor of Jamaica, and relict of Sir Thomas 
Modyford, Bart., by whom (who d. 1724) he had issue, 

n. Charles, 6. 1705, of Hurts Hall; m. Mary, dau. and heir 
of Dudley North, Esq. of Glenham Hall, SutTolk, nephew of 
Francis, 1st Lord Guildford, Lord Keeper, (fee. He c(. 1778, 
leaving by this lady (who d. 20 Aug. 1834) two sons, 
Charles, of Hurts Hall, 6. 1748 ; to. his cousin Jane, dau. 
of Beeston Long, Esq. ; and d. 1813, having had issue two 
sons, Charles and Dudley, both of whom d. young. 
Dudley, of Glenham Hall and Hurts Hall, M.P., assumed 
the name of NaRXH, I). 1749 ; ui. 1802, ihe Hon. Sophia 
Anderson Pelham, dau. of the 1st Lord Yarborough ; and 
d. s. p. 1829. 

in. William, a Lieut, in the Earl of Pembroke's Dragoons, 
6. 1706 ; d. unm. IV. Beeston, of whom hereafter. 

I. Jane, 6. 1709; to. 1st, Roger Drake, Esq. of Shirley, 
Surrey ; and 2ndly, the Marquess D'Aragona, of Modena. 

n. Anne, b. 1713; to. Rev. Philip Carter, Vicar of Tunstall. 

III. Susannah, d. unm. 1820, aged 103. 
The 3rd son of Charles Long, of Longville, by his 2nd wife, 

Beeston Long, Esq. of Carshalton Park, Surrey, b. 1710; 
m. 1745, Susanna, dau. and heir of Abraham Cropp, Esq. of 
Eichmond, Surrey ; and d. 1785, having had issue, 

I. Samuel, his heir. ii. Richard, d. unm. 

III. Beeston, of Combe House, Surrey, a Bank Director, m. 
1786, Frances Louisa, eldest dau. of Sir Richard Neave, 
Bart. ; and dying 1820, left issue, 

William, of Hurts Hall, near Saxmundham, Suffolk, J. P. 
and D.L., High Sheriff 1843, b. 1802; to. 20 Oct. 1830, 
Eleonora Charlotte ilontagu, sister of Sir Edward Poore, 
Bart, of Rushall, Wilts, and has a son, 
Willlam Beeston, of Hurts Hall, J.P., h. 1833; to. II 
May, 1859, Arethusa Marianne, 4th dau. of Sir Charles 
Robert Rowley, Bart. ; and other issue. 
Caroline Jane, d. 1824. Amelia Ann, d. s. p. 

Maria, m. Henry Seymour Montague, Esq. ; and d. 1832, 
leaving issue. 

IV. Charles (Sir), G.C.B., P.C., &c., created a Peer as Baron 
Farnborough, 1826 ; to. 1793, Amelia, eldest dau. of Sir 

, Abraham Hume, Bart. ; but d. s. p. 17 Jan. 1838, when the 
title became extinct. 

T. George, 1st Lieut, of the "Superbe," killed at the storm- 
ing of Trincomalee, 1782, unm. 

■VI. William, Canon of Windsor, Rector of Pulham, Norfolk, 
and of Sterntield, Suffolk, d. s. p. 1835. 

VII. Richard, d. unm. 

I. Sarah, m. 1734, Sir George William Prescott, Bart. 

n. Jane, to. Charles Long, Esq. of Hurst Hall; d. s. p. 

m. Susannah, to. Rev. George Chamberlayne. 
Mr. Lolig d. 1785, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Samuel Long, Esq. of Carshalton, M.P. for Ilchester, and 




High Sheriff for Surrey 1790; to. 1787, Lady JaneMaitland, 4tii 
dau. of James, 7th Earl of Lauderdale, K.T., and by her (who 
TO. 2ndly, Lieut. -Gen. Sir William Houston, G.C.B.) he left, at 
his decease, 1807, two sons and a dau., 

I. Samuel, now of Bromley Hill. 

II. Charles Maitland, Rector of Settrington, co. York, and 
Archdeacon of the East Riding, 0. 16 Aug. 1803; to. 1st, 
10 June, 1834, Harriet Ellice, and by her (who d. 3 June, 
1835; had a dau., 1 Harriet Helen, m. 1858, Rev. Henry Ruck 
Keene. He m. 2ndly, 11 April, 1839, Anna Maria, dau. of 
Sir Robert Wigram, Bart., and by her (who d. 1856) has 
issue, I Samuel, Capt. R.N., b. 5 Jan 1840, m. 15 Oct. 
1868, Alice Jane, 5th dau. of Right Hon. Sir James Wigram, 
and has issue, Samuel Charles, b. 29 Sept. 1869, Wilfred 
James, b. 20 Aug. 1871, Bernard, 6. 4 Sept. 1872, George 
Edward, b. 4 Oct. 1873, Mary Katharine, b. 6 June, 1878; 

2 Charles Wigram, b. 5 Oct. 1842. Capt. R.H. Artillery; 

3 William Houstoun, b. 8 Nov. 1843 ; 4 Edward Maitland, 
6. 19 JiUy, 1848; 5 George Boswall, 6. 3i July, 1849, lost 
at sea in 1873; 6 Loftus Sidney, b. 5 March, 1854; 2 
Eleanor, 6. 7 Nov. 1844 ; 3 Jane Elizabeth, b. 6 Feb. 1846. 

UI. Mary Turner, b. 15 May, 1805 ; d. 24 Feb. 1838. 

The Archdeacon d. 6 Oct. 1875. 

Arms — Quarterly : 1st, sa., a lion passant arg. holding in the 
dexter paw a cross-crosslet fitchee or, on a chief of the second 
three crosses-crosslet of the field, for Long ; 2nd. per fess or and 
gu. a pale counterehanged, three Corni-sh choughs ppr., for 
Tate; 3rd, gu., ten bezants a canton erra.. for Zouch; 4th, 
arg., two chevronels gu. in chief a label of five points az., for 
St. Maub. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a liju'shead arg. 
guttee de sang. Motto — Pieux quoique preux. 

Scat — Bromley Hill, Bromley, Kent. 


See Lo^'G of Beomley Hill. 


Long, Foetesque Walter Eellett, Esq. of 
Dunston, Norfolk, I. 11 Dec. 1S43 ; s. his father 
26 Feb. 1874. 

^tnCiTCJC— TJev. Bohert Churchman Kellett, son of 
Robert Cowan Kellett and his wife. Miss Churchman, adopted 
the surname and arms of Long. He ?)i, Jane, only child of the 
Rev. Nevill Walter, Rector of Berghapton, Norfolk, and (■'. 
1841, leaving by her, who d. I84S, 
Rodebt, his heir. 

Henry Churchman, Rector of Newton Flotmau 1835, and 
Incumbent of Dunston 1841, to. 18 Sept. 1838, Charlotte- 
Emma, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Sir R. Harvey, and has issue, 
Henry Walter, 6. 12 July, 1840; d. 24 Jan. 1858; Edwin 
Cowan, 6. 11 April, 1852, d. 21 Nov. 1866; Octavius NevUl, 
b. 30 Dec. 1857 ; Emma Julia ; Beatrice Jane Myrrha, d. 
1866; Alice, d. 1866; Alma; Cecilia; Magdalena; Olivia 
Augusta, d. 1864; and Celeste Henrietta, (/. 1866. 
Anna Kellett, d. 1861. Mary, d. 1873. 

Jane, m. Oct. 1836, Charles Dormer, Esq., and d. a widow, 
Feb. 1855. 
The elder son, 

Robert Kellett Long, Esq. of Dunston Hall, co. Norfolk, 
J.P., High Sheriff 1856, of Trin. Coll. Cambridge. B.A. 1825, 
M.A. 1832, Capt. East Norfolk Militia, 6. 4 May, 1804; to. 
16 March, 1843, Maria Louisa, eldest dau. of William Fortescue, 
Esq. of Writtle Lodge, Essex, and by her (who d. 1846) had, 

I. Fortescue Walter Kellett, now of Dunston. 

II. Charles Hamilton Kellett, B.A., Vicar of Swinderby, 
1876, b. !9 April, 1845; m. Edith Mary, dau. of Edward 
Lyon, Esq. of Johnson Hall, EccleshaU, and has issue, 

Ernest Kellett, 6. 15 Jan. 1874. 
Edward Fortescue, b. 4 Dec. 1876. Ethel, 

in. Ernest Henry Kellett (Rev.), B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxford, 6. "Oct. 
1846 ; m. 31 Jan. 1877, Elizabeth Margaret Beresford, dau. 
of Rev. John G. Beresord, of Bedale Rectory, co. York. 

He d. 26 Feb. 1874. 

Arms — Quarterly : Long, Kellett, Walter, and Nevilli;. 
Crest— \ greyhound collared and chained. Motto— i'exel ad 
astra virtus. 

Seat — Dunston, near Norwich. 


LoNGE (Rev.), Robert, of Spixworth Part, Nor- 
folk, Vicar of Coddeiiham cum Crowfield, IjDswicli, 
Suffolk, s. his brother in 1872 ; b. 6 Nov. 1800 ; 
m. Margaret Douglas, dau. of the late Rev. Charles 
Davy, Rector of Barking, Suffolk, and by her (who 
d. 30 Sept. 1873) has issue, 
I. Robert Bacon, Lieut. Norfolk Artillery Militia, b. 30 
March, 1830; m. 20 Jan. 1853, Caroline Elizabeth, dau. of 
the late Rev. Charles Orman, and has issue. 

3 s2 





II. Francis Davy, b. 25 Sept. 1831 ; m. Sara Rose, dau. of 

Bev. Thomas I'atteson, Rector of HamWodon, Hants. 
in. John, Ij. 20 Aug. 1832; to. 12 June, 1856, Maria E., only 
dau. of the late Richard B. Martin, Esq. of Hemingstone 
Hall, Suffolk. 
I. Margaret Charlotte Anne, m. C Feb. 1801, Rev. llcary Ware 
Schreiber, 5th son of the late Lieut. -Col. Schreibcr, of Hill 
House, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk. ii. Charlotte. 

^LilXCZQt. — The Parish Registrar of Aswelthorpe mentions 
one Thomas Longe going to the King's host at Nottingham in 
the year 1485. The 5th in descent from William Longe, of 
Hingham, who d. 1557, 

Feancis Longe, Esq., Recorder of Yarmouth (only child of 
Robert Longe, Esq. of Reymerston, co. Norfolk, by Elizabeth 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir Francis Bacon, one of the Judges of 
the Court of King's Bench), purchased the estate of Spixworth. 
He m. Susanna, dau. and heir of Tobias Frere, Esq., and by 
her (who d. 1681) had issue, to survive youth, two sons and 
three daus. Mr. Longe d. Dec. 1734. His 2nd son, 

Fbancis Longe, Esq. of Spixworth and Reymerston, 6. Aug. 
1689 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Godfrey, Esq. of Risby, 
Suffolk, and by her (who d. 1767) had issue, 

I. Francis, his heir. 

II. John (Rev.), Rector of Spixworth and Chaplain to 
Geoeoe 111., b. July, 1731 ; ra. Dorothy, dau. of Peter 
Elwin, Esq. of Booton and Thirning, Norfolk, by whom 
(who d. 1810) he left at his d(, Sept. 1800, John, his 
heir; and Robert, of Catton Lodge, Norfolk, D.L., 0. 1760, 
d. s. p. The elder son, 

John, Vicar of Coddenham, Ipswich, Suffolk, h. April, 
1765; m. 1st, 6 Nov. 1790, Charlotte, dau. and co-heir of 
the late John Browne, Esq. of Ipswich, and by her (who 
d. 21 May, 1812, aged 50) had, 

1 Francis Bacon, Ij. 1798; d. Jan. 1819. 

2 John, late of Spixworth. 

3 RoiiEKT (Itev.), now of Spixworth. 

4 Henry Browne (Rev.), h. 17 March, 1803; m. 31 Aug. 
1830, Anne Margaret, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Col. Alexan- 
der Nicholson, of East Court, co. Gloucester, and of 
"DfToi-d, Suffolk, and had, Henry Cochrane, d. an infant, 
1849: CeciliaJane; Margaix't Frances; Louisa; and Rosa. 

1 Charlotte Dorothy, m. 6 Dec. 1822, Major-Gen. Robert 
Martin Leake, and d. s. p. 9 March, 1868,aged 61. 
Rev. John Longe m. 2ndly, Frances, dau. of Col. Ward, 
of Salhouse, Norfolk, who d. s. p. He d. 3 March, 1834. 
Frauds Longe 0.. Oct. 173.0, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Feancis Longe, Esq. of Spixworth and Reymerston, b. June, 
1726; High Sheriff for Norfolk 17.52. He to. Tabitha, dau. of 
John Howes, Esq. of Morningthorpe, and by her (who d. Nov. 
1760) left at his decease, Feb. 1776, an only son and heir, 

Feancis Longe, Esq. of Spixworth, b. April, 1748; High 
Sheriff 1786 ; to. Katherine, 2nd dau. of Sir George Jackson, 
Bart., but had no issue. He d. July, 1812, and was s. (at the 
decease of his widow, 1828) by his cousin, 

John Longe, Esq. of Spixworth Park, J. P. and D.L., h. 
14 July, 1799; to. 10 June, 1829, Caroline Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. and co-heir (with her sister. Lady Wetherell Warneford) 
of the late Lieut.-Col. Warneford, of Warneford Place, Wilts, 
and niece of Henry, 4th Viscount Ashbrook, which lady d. 
29 Aug. 1846, aged 51. Mr. Longe d. 1872. 

Arms — Gu., a saltier engrailed or, and on a chief of the last 
three crosses-crosslet of the first. Cnsl — A lion sejant gu. 
holding a saltier engrailed or. 

fiv'i — Spixworth Park, near Norwich; Coddenham Vicarage, 
Needham Market. . 


LoNGFiELD, liicHAED, Esq. of LoiigueviUe, CO. 
Cork, J.P. and D.L., High Sherife 1833, Member 
for CO. Cork in the last Parliament of William IV., 
1835-37, h. 7 May, 1802; m. 1st, 1832, Harriet 
Elizabeth, dau. of John M'Chutock, Esq., M.P. of 
Drumcar, co. Louth, by the Lady Elizabeth his 
wife, and by her (who d. at Florence, 27 April, 
1834) had an only child, 

I. John, 89th regt., b. 29 Nov. 1832 ; d. returning from the 
Crimea, 20 Oct. 1855. 

He m. 2ndly, 18il, Jemima Lucy, dau. of Wyrley 
Birch, Esq. of Wrethara Hall, Norfolk, by Cathe- 
rine Sarah his wife, dau. of Jacob Eeynardson, 
Esq. of Holywell, co. Lincoln, and by her has issue, 

II. Richakd Edmund, M.A., J. P., b. 6 June, 1842; m. Sept. 
1872, Alberta Charlotte, dau. of William Howard Russell, 
Esq., LL.D., and by her has issue, Richard William, 6. 
18 Dec. 1874; Lewis, b. 8 Dec. 1875; Sybil Mary, b. 13 
June, 1877. 

II. Augustus Henry, 6. 5 May, 1845. 

III. Lewis Pryor, b. 4 March, 1848 ; d. 11 Sept. 185G. 

I. Kathleen Elinor, d. 30 June, 1870. 

II. Johanna Jemima. 

ILlltragC— John Longfield, Esq. of Denbigh, Wales, 
1652, afterwards of the city of Dublin, d. intestate; adminis- 
tration granted 8 March, 1669-70. He had two sons, 
Robert, h. in Denbigh 1652, obtained an extensive grant of 
lands in cos. Westmeath, Meath, Clare, under the com- 
mission of grace, by patent dated 15 April, 1085. He resided 
at Kilbride, co. Meath. 

John, ancestor of the Longueville and Castle Mary families. 
The 2nd son, 

John Longfield, Esq., J. P., b. 1653, settled at Castle Mary, 
near Cloyne, co. Cork. He d. 22 April, 1730, aged 77. By 
Mary his wife, dau. and co-heir of William Hawnby, Esq. of 
Mallow, he had issue, 

I. Robert, of Castle Mary, J. P., 6. 1688; m. 1731, Margaret, 
dau. and co-heir of Richard Geering, Esq. of Dublin, M.P., 
and d. 11 March, 1765, aged 77, having had issue, 

1 John, of Castle Mary, b. 3 July, 1733; m. (license dated 
10 March, 1755) Alice, dau. of Thomas Tilson, Esq., and 
left at his decease an only son, 

Robert, of Castle Mary, M.P. for the borough of 
Donegal, m. April, 1778, Elizabeth, sister ot the 1st; 
Lord Lismore, and dau. of Thomas O'Callaghan, Esq. 
of Shanbally, co. Tipperary, by his 2nd wife, Hannah, 
dau. of John Rogersou, Lord Chief Justice of the King's 
Bench, and d. s. p. 

2 Richard, of Longueville, co. Cork, J.P., High ShcrifT 
for CO. Cork 1758, M.P. for Charleville 1701, and after- 
wards for CO. Cork ; b. 1734. He was created, 1795, Barojj 
Longueville of Longueville, and in 1800 advanced to the 
ViscooNTCY OP Longueville. His Lordship, who was 
Governor of co. Cork, and a Representative Peer for 
Ireland, to. 1750, Margaret, dau. of Richard White, Esq., 
and aunt to Richard, 1st Earl of Hantry, but d. 8. p. 
23 May, 1811, when the honours expired. 

1 Anne, m. Roger Conner, Esq. of Connerville. 

II. John, of whom presently, as of Longueville. 

III. Hawnby, of Cork, m. 29 June, 1733, Mary, dau. of 
Christopher Vowell, Esq. of Ballyorane, co. Cork, and d, 
31 July, 1741, leaving by her (who had predeceased him, 
Sept. 1738) an only child, 

Susanna, b. 19 Feb. 1734-5, m. Richard Parker, Esq. 

IV. William, of Cork, b. 1710; who, by Mary Goodman his 
wife {b. 23 Nov. 1719; d. 5 Aug. 1739), had at his death, 
1777, an only child, 

John Longfield, Esq., M.D., of Cork, m. 1775, Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Conroy, E.sq., and aunt to the 1st baronet of 
that name, and had (with other children, who d. s. p.) a 
3rd son, Robert, m. April, 1815, Mary, 2nd dau. of .lohn 
Martin, Esq. of Cork, and had an only child and heir, 
Mary Elizabeth, who to. her first-cousin, David Beatty, 
Esq. of Borodale, co. Wexford. 

I. Helena, m. 1708, Theodore Vansevenhoven, of Cork. 

II. Elizabeth, m. John Tooker, Esq. of BuUindinish, co., 

III. Anne, m. Richard Uniackc, Esq. of Mount Uniacke, co. 

IV. Marf, TO. 1720, Walter Lavitt, Esq. of co. Cork. 
v. Henrietta, m. Rev. Thomas Squire. 

VI. Deborah, m. Nov. 1731, James Peircy, Esq. of co. Cork. 

VII. Bryana, m. Rev. William Bucknor, of Croom, co. 

The 2nd son, 

John Longfield, Esq. of Longueville. J. P., 6. 24 June, 
1095; TO. 12 Sept. 1738, Susanna, dau. of Mountifort Westropp, 
Esq., and left at his decease, 5 April, 1705, two sons, 

John, his successor, of whose line we treat. 

Mountifort, ancestor of the family now of Castle Mary 
(refer to tUal Article). 
The elder son, 

John Longfield, Esq. of Longueville, J.P., High Sheriff co. 
Cork 1775, M.P. for Mallow, b. 5 July, 1741 ; to. 24 June, 1704, 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Foster, Esq., and first-cousin of the 
Right Hon. John Foster, created Lord Oriel, by whom he had 

I. John, his successor. 

II. Mountifort (liev.). Vicar of Desertserge."!, co. Cork, and 
many years J.P. for that co., ri). 1st, Nov. 1790, Grace, dau. 
of William Lysaght, Esq., by whom he had issue, 

1 John, TO. Miss Cotter, and had issue, 

2 Mountifort (Right Hon.), P.C., Q.C., LL.D. of Trinity 
College Dublin, 1831 (B.A. 1823), became, 1825, a 
Fellow of that University, and Professor of Political 
Economy 31 Oct. 1832. He resigned his Fellowship for 
the Professorship of Feudal and English Law 29 Nov. 
1834. This eminent Jurist was appointed, 1847, a Com- 
missioner of the Incumbered Estates Court, and, 1858, 
Judge of the Landed Estates Court, wliich he has re- 





signed. lie was b. 1802, and m. 18-15, Elizabeth, dau. 
of Andrew Armstrong, Ksq. 
3 Robert, of BIcrrion Square, Dublin, M.A. of Trin. Coll., 
Dublin, called to the Irish Bar 183-1, appointed Q.C. 1852, 
elected M.P. for Mallow 185U, l>. 1810; m. ISIO, Char- 
lotte, dau. of George Stawell, Esq. of Crobeg, co. Cork, 
and d. 18G8. 

1 Elizabeth, in. Daniel Conner, Esq. of Manch, and has 

2 Mary, m. — M'Carthy, Esq. 

3 Grace, m. John Bcasley, Esq. 

The Rev. Mountifort Longfield m. 2ndly, Mary Ann, dau. of 
Col. William Conner, and had further issue, 

4 George (Kev.), M.A., Fellow Trinity College Dublin, 
18-12; m. 28 July, 1859, Mary Webb, eldest dau. of 

.N...iuuiiel Webb Ware, Esq., and d. 3 Nov. 1878, leaving 

6 Henry, m. Eleanor, dau. of the late N. Webb Ware, Esq. 
C Richard (Rev.), Rector of Mogeely, m. Wilhelmina, dau. 

and co-heir of the Rev. James GoUock. 

7 William, m. 18G5, Frances, eldest dau. of the late Rev. 
Richard Conner, of Downdaniel, Rector of St. Anne's, 
Shandon. ti Thomas. 9 Foster. 

4 Mary. 

5 Frances Patience, m. Lieut.-Gen. John Longfield. 

III. AVilliam, called to the Irish Bar 179-1, d. s. p. 

IV. Henry, of Waterloo, co. Cork, J. P., m. Mary, only dau. 
and heiress of John Powell, Esq. of Sea Court, co. Cork, 
and d. 1851, leaving issue, 

John Powell, late of Waterloo, J.P., B.A. of Trin. Coll. 

Dubhn, late Lieut. -Col. Royal Cork Artillery Militia, b. 

1817; m. 1848, Louisa, 6th dau. of the late Rev. Matthew 

I'urcell, of Burton, co. Cork {see that Fam'dy). 
Henry, b. 1828; m. 1857, Eliza Augusta, only child and 

heiress of William Purcell, Esq. of Altamira, co. Cork, 

and d. 1871. Robert, d. unm. 1864. 

Elizabeth, m. John Power, Esq. of Roskcen, co. Cork, J. P. 
Eachel, m. Rev. William Nehgan, LL.D., Rector of St. 

Mary's, Shandon, co. Cork. 
Mary, ni. 1st, Robert Longfield, Esq. of the Castle Mary 

branch (which see); and 2ndly, 1854, George, 2nd son of 

Tliomas Lucas, Esq. of Richfordstown, co. Cork (see that 

Patience, m. 6 Jan. 1848, Daniel Conner, Esq. of Manch, 

CO. Cork (see that Famili/). 
Dora, m. Edward Francis Roche, Esq., J. P., of Johnstown 

House, CO. Cork. 

I. Patience, the 1st wife of John Wallis, Esq. of Drishane 
Castle, CO. Cork (see that Famih/}. 

II. Elizabeth, m. George Stawell, Esq. of Crobeg, co. Cork. 

Mr. Longfield d. 1815, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John Longfield, Esq. of Longueville, Lieut. -Col. in the 
army, J.P. and High Sheriff 1829, 6. May, 1767 ; m. 15 Oct. 
1797, Eleanor, dau. of John Lucas, Esq. of Mount Lifias, 
King's Co. (see that Fa.rail;/), and by her (who d. Nov. 1858) 
had issue, 
Richard, now of Longueville. 

John, Lieut. Gen., C.B., Col. 29th regt. ; m. 29 April, 18G1, 
Frances Patience, dau. of the late ilev. Mountifort Long- 
field, of Churchill, Rector of Desertserges, co. Cork, and has 
a son, John Edmund, b. 14 April, 1865. 
Margaret Eleanor, ra. 21 Aug. 1820, Thomas Wood Craster, 

Esq., D.L., of Craster Tower, co. Northumberland, 
Ehzabeth, 'ni,. 1836, Rev. Edmund Lombard. 
Col. Longfield d. 18 Oct. 1842. 

Arms — Gu., a chevron erm. between seven crosses-crosslet 
fltchee. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet a dcmi-lion rampant. 
Motto — Parcere subjectis. 
Seat — Longueville, near Mallow, co. Cork. 


Longfield, Mountifort John Courtenay, 
Esq. of Castle Mary, co. Cork, h. 16 Oct. 1858. 

iLHIC<I0C. — For the earlier portion of this pedigree refer 
to Longfield of Lonrruerille. 

The younger son of John Longfield, Esq. of Longueville, 

MocNTiFORT Longfield, Esq., who inherited the estates of 
Castle Mary from his cousin, Lord Longueville, 6. 22 Aug. 
1746,1)1. (license 22 June, 1778) Frances, dau. of John George 
Sateman, Esq. He was Col. of the City of Cork Militia, and 
■was M.P. for Enniseorthy, and many years for Cork. He d. 
8 June, 1819, having had issue, two daus., Margaret and 
Letitia, and three sons, i. Richard, rji. Maria, dau. of Henry 
Bruen, Esq. of Oak Park, and d. 1819, leaving two sons, who 
lioth d. unm. 1833; ii. John, d. s. 2'. ; and iii. Rouert, of 
whom we treat. The 3rd son, 

Rev. Robert Longfield, of Castle Mary, m. Cherry, dau. of 
Thomas Hugo, Esq. of Drumeen, co. Wicklow, and had issue, 

MoDNTiFORT, of Castle Mary. 

Bobert, a Lieut, in the army, ?;;. Mary, dau. of Henry Long- 
field, Esq. of Waterloo, co. Cork, and by her (who m. 2ndly, 

George Lucas, Esq.) left at his decease, 1849, one dau 
Mary Jane. 
William Henry, m. Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Mathcw Brink- 
ley, Esq. 01 Parsonstown, co. Meath, and has issue, one son 
and two daus., 

William Mountifort. 

Florence Letitia. Edith Caroline. 

Thomas Hugo, Rector of St. Paul's, Cork, d. unm. 17 March. 
1869. ^ 

Frances Anne, m. Richard Beare Tooker, Esq., J. P., Capt. 
Royal Cork City Artillery Militia, and d. 28 April, la66, 
having had issue. 

Cherry, m. 1851, William Oliver Jackson, Esq. of Ahancsk 
and Castleview, co. Cork, and d. 1862, leaving issue. 

Margaret, d. unm. Kmlly, d. unm. 1854. 

Elizabeth, m. 1853, Maziere John Brady, Esq., Barrister-at- 
Law, 2nd son of the Right Hon. Sir JIazierc Brady, Bart., 
formerly Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and has issue. 
The Rev. R. Longfield d. 1843, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Mountifort Longfield, Esq. of Castle Mary, J. P., D.L., 
High Sheriff 1855 ; rn. 1840, Caroline Adgusta, sole surviving 
child of George Courtenay, Esq. of Ballyedmond, co. Cork, 
and had issue, 

Mountifort John Courtenay, now of Castle Mary. 

Narcissa Caroline. Cherry Elizabeth. 

Louisa Margaret, m. 19 April, 1869, George Sackville 
Berkeley, Esq., Capt. R.E. 

Anne Catherine, deceased. Margaret Eleanor. 

Emily Blanche Mary, m. 1 Oct. 1872, Henry Philip Constan- 
tine Dillon, Esq., Lieut. R.E. Letitia Geraldine. 

Caroline Augusta Rose, deceased. 

Adeline Maude Felicia, m. 4 June, 1874, Charles AugustU3 
Rochfort Boyd, Esq., Lieut. R.E., 2nd son of George Augus- 
tus Rochfort Boyd, Esq. of Middleton Park, co. Westmeath. 

Frances Amy Georgina. 

Clara > ^^^^^> deceased. 
He d. 8 Nov. 1864. 

Arms, &c. — Same as Longfield of Longuevillel 
Seat — Castle Mary, near Cloyne, co. Cork. 


Longueville, Thomas Longueville, Esq. of 
Penylan, Salop, b. 7 July, 1803 ; m. 9 Oct. 
1838, his cousin Anne, 2ncl dau. of Charles Thomas 
Jones, Esq. of Oswestry, and has issue, 

I. Conway, d. young, 1854. 

II. Thomas, b. 29 April, 1844 ; m. 29 June, 1868, Mary 
Frances, only surviving child of Alexander Robertson, 
Esq., late of Balgownie Lodge, co. Aberdeen, and has a 
son, Regi.vald, b. 26 March, 1869, and Edward, b. 22 
Dec. 1877. 

III. Charles Henry, 6. 15 May, 1843; d. SO June, 1854. 
I. Anna Maria. 

iLtnCatJC— The Longuevilles were formerly Lords of 
Overton Longueville, co. Huntingdon, and of Wolverton, co. 
Bucks. During the civil wars of the reign of Charles, they, 
as royalists, suffered loss, having previously sold and ex- 
hausted a considerable portion of their estates in the cause 
of the support of the Stuarts. 

Thomas Jones, Esq. of Wrexham, Capt. Merionethshire 
Militia, b. 1740 (eldest son of Thomas Jones, and Maria 
Margaretta, his wife, eldest dau. and co-heir of Sir Thomas 
Longueville, Bart, of Prestatyn, co. Flint), had by his 1st 
wife, Jane, an only son, i. Thomas Longueville, of whom 
hereafter. By his 2nd wife, Anne Lloyd, he had (with a son, 
Richard, and a dau., Elizabeth, both rf. s. p.) other children, 
II. Edward, m. Charlotte Stevens, and was father of the Rev. 
Harry Longueville Jones, M.A. ; iii. Hugh, of Larkhill, co. 
Lancaster (m. Elizabeth, dau. of Benjamin Heywood, Esq., 
and had several children, sec Joji'ES of larkhill); iv. Charles 
Thomas, of Owestry, m. Maria Welch, and had, with other 
issue, a son, Charles Wilding Jones, who m. Mary, eldest dau. 
of William Preston, Esq. of Fairview, near Liverpool, youngest 
son of Robert, 2nd son of Richard Preston, Esq. of Hilhom 
House and EUel, in Cockerham, co. Lancaster; i. Anne, m. 
James Boydell, Esq.; ii. Harriett, m. Francis Edge Barker, 
Esq. ; and iii. Maria, m. Thomas Lowndes, Esq. The only son 
of the 1st marriage, 

Thomas Longueville Jones, Esq., .'. to the estate of Pres- 
tatyn, under the will of his cousin, Richard Wilding, Esq., and 
assumed, accordingly, the surname and arms of Longueville. 
He m. Anne, dau. of John Gibbons, Esq. of Oswestry, and had 

Charles Henry, d. s. p. Thomas Longueville, of Penylan. 

John Gibbons, m. Agnes, dau. of Swainson, Esq. of Liver- 
pool, and had issue, Edith and Cecile. 





Sara Harriette, m. Peter HeywoocI, Esq. of Wakefield, and 
d. s. p. Anne, d. unm. Helen Maria Eliza. 

Arms — Gu., a fess danccttte erm. between six crosses- 
crosslet arj;. Crest — A talbut's head gu. cared arg. gurged 
with a collar danccttce of the second. Motto — Till then thus. 

meat — fcnylan, Oswestry, Salop. 


LoNGWOETH, John, Esq. of Glyuwood, co. West- 
meath, J.P. and D.L., High SherifC 1859 and 1865. 

ILtltCaffC. — Feancis Longwoexh, Esq. of Creggan Castle, 
was s. by his son, 

Fkancis Longwokth, Esq. of Creggan Castle, who d. 1742, 
leaving issue, John, George, Fkancis. The 3rd son, 

Fbancis LoNGwoRTH, Esq. of Creggan Caslle, m. Elizabeth, 
dau. and co-heir of Thomas Dames, Esq. of Kaihmoyle, King's 
Co., and had issue, John, vi. 1787, Alicia, dau. of John, Lord 
Kilmaine; Francis, of whom presently ; Thomas, who assumed 
the name of Dames (see Dames of GreealiiU) ; George, m. Anne 
Phillips; William, d. 1855; Eliza, in. Itev. Samuel Lucas; 
Catherine, m. J. Bailey; Mary, m. John Wakeley, of Balihur- 
ley. King's Co. The 2nd son, 

Francis Longworth, Esq. of Glynwood, to. 1st, 3 Jan. 1795, 
Sarah, dau. of John, 1st Lord Kilmaine; and 2ndly, Anne, 
dau. of James Whitaker, of Spark Brook, co. Warwick, and 
had issue, 

Francis, d. 1856. John, now of Glynwood. 

Thomas, Vicar of Bromfield, Shrewsbury, m. Emma, dau. of 
Thomas Charles Bridges, of The Lodge, Salop, and rf. 
1SG5. George, d. 1847. 

Alicia Harriet, to. Henry Norwood Trye, Esq. of Leck- 
hamptoa Court, co. Gloucester, and d. 1866. 

Anne, m. Col. Young, of Barton End, co. Gloucester. 

Seats — Glynwood and Creggan Castle, Athlone ; and Oat- 
field, Ballinasloe, co. Galway. 


LoPDELL, John Joseph, Esq. of Eaheen Park, 
Atlienry, co. Galway, J. P., Hon. Major Galway 
Militia, b. 13 Jan. 1826 ; m. 16 April, 1861, Cathe- 
rine Mary, only surviving dan. of John Adams, 
Esq. of Ballydevitt, co. Londonderry, J.P.,D.L., and 
High Sheriff for that co. in 1862, and has issue, 

I. John Robert, h. 27 Jan. 1866. 

II. Christopher Thomas, b. G March, 1870. 

III. James, 6. 7 April, 1874. 

I. Lizzie Annie. ii. Louisa Jane. in. Katie Frances. 

IV. Mabel Violet. 

ILinCaflC. — The Lopdells of Athenry are descended from 
Lopdell of Mulpit, near that town, who left two sons, John 
and Christopher; John d. 1707, leaving two daus., his co- 
lieiresses, the eldest m. John Whaley, Esq.; the 2nd m. 
Alderman Evans, of Kilkenny. Christopher left issue, James, 
of Cranagh, rf. unm. ; Christopher, of Derryowen, co. Clare, 
d. unm. ; and John, of Athenry House. The 3rd son, 

John Lopdell, Esq. of Athenry House, rf. 21 May, 1705, 
leaving, by EUzabeth Ffaircloth his wife, who rf. 3 June, 1809, 
Christopher, James, WiUiani, all rf. xmm., and Joslph, of 
whom we treat. This 

Joseph Lopdell, Esq. of Raheen Park, m. May, 1791, 
Matilda, eldest dau. of Eobert Ormsby, Esq. of Edenhill, co. 
Galway, Piovost of Athenry, a descendant of Col. William 
Ormsby, M.P. for that borough, and rf. March, 1822, leaving 
by her, who survived till 1845, 

John, of Eaheen Park. 

Eobert Ormsby, rf. unm. Dec. 1830. 

James, in. Nov. 1823, Hai-riet, 2nd dau. of Lieut-Col. 
Flemyng,, and is decea.sed. 

Catharine, rf. unm. 15 Oct. 1875. 

Martha, m. Sept. 1823, William Kogcrs, Esq., of Carraminna, 
CO. Galway, and has issue. 
The eldest son, 

John Lopdell, Esq. of Eaheen Park, J. P., B.A., 6. 25 Feb. 
1792; called to the Irish Bar 1818; m. 9 Jan. 1823, Jane, 
eldest dau. of Peter Blake, Esq. of Corbally Castle, co. Galway, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of the Hon. John Browne, 5th son of 
the 1st Earl of Altamont, and had issue, 

I. John Joseph, now of Eaheen Park. 

II. Henry Eobert (Ecv.), h. 13 April, 1832, Incumbent of 
KilmastuUa, co. Tipperary. 

III. James, b. 27 May, 1836; m. 27 Aug. 1864. 

IV. Francis Blake, 6. 22 Dec. 1846 ; in. 24 April, 1877. 

I. Maria. ii. Elizabeth. in. Louisa. 

IV. Emily, to. 12 March, 1867, Willoughby C. Newton, Esq. , 
of Newton Park, co. Wicklow, and Waterloo Koad, Dublin i 
{see Newton of Carrickfergus), and has issue. 

V. Matilda, m. 22 Feb. 1877, Eev. Francis J. Costello, 
Incumbent of O'Brien's Bridge, co. Clare. vi. Jane. 

Herf. 3 Oct. 1871. 
Seat — Eaheen Park, Athenry. 


LovEDAT, John Ed'waed Taylor, Esq. of 
WilUamscote, co. Oxford, J. P., b. 12 Mai'c'.i, 1845 ; 
s. 2 Aj)ril, 1875 ; m. 1874, Margaret, eldest dau. of 
Alexander, and the Hon. Anne Cheape, of Latho- 
char, CO. Fife, and has issue, 

Thomas, 6. 16 Aug. 1875. 
Anne, 6. 11 July, 1877. 

iLtUtittfC. — Thomas Lovedat, Esq. of Caversham, Oxon, 
6. 1619; rf. 1681; m. 1st, 1670, Letitia, dau. of Clement Throck- 
morton, Esq. of Hascley, co. Warwick, and by her (who rf. 
1674) had a dau., Letitia, rf. young. He m. 2ndly, 1679, 
Mary, dau. of Michael North, Esq. of Christchurch, Surrey, 
and by her (who rf. 1724) had a son, 

Thomas Loveday, Esq., m. 1703, Sarah, dau. of Wilham 
Lethieuillier, Esq. of Clapham, Surrey, great-grandson of 
John Lethieuillier, of Vallancine, in Hainault, who suffered 
death in the time of the Duke of Alva's persecutions {sei 
Borke's Heraldic lUaslrations, pi. 95), and had by her (witii 
a dau., Martha, m. 1774, William, son of Dr. Edmund Gibson, 
Bishop of London) one son, 

John Loveday, Esq. of Caversham, Oxon, in. 1st, 1739, 
Anne Maria, dau. of William Goodwin, Esq. of Arlesoote, co. 
Warwick, and by her (who rf. 1743) had one son, John, of 
whom presently. He m. 2ndly, 1745, Dorothy, dau. of Har- 
rington Bagshaw, Esq. of Bromley, Kent, which lady rf. 1755 ; 
and 3rdly, 1750, Penelope, dau. of Arthur Forrest, Esq. of the 
Island of Jamaica, and by her (who rf. 1801) had issue, 

Arthur (Rev.), Fellow of Magdalen Coll. Oxford, rf. 1827. 

Penelope, to. 1st, 1796, Rev. 'William Benwcll, Rector of 
Chilton ; and 2ndly. 1808, Rev. John Hind. Vicar ot Fiadon. 
She rf. 1846. Sarah, rf. 1832. Maiy, rf. 1840. 

The only son of his 1st marriage, 

John Loveday, Esq., D.C.L., to. 1777, Anne, dau. and heirosi* 
of William Taylor Loder, Esq. of Williamscote. and by her 
(who rf. 29 Jan. 1837) had four sons and one dau., 

I. John, of Williamscote. 

II. William Taylor, late of Williamscote. 

III. Thomas (Eev.), of Magdalen Coll. Oxon, B.D., formerly 
a Fellow of that College, 1818, formerly Rector of East 
llsley, Newbury, Berks, b. 11 Feb. 1781) ; in. 1831, Mary, dau. 
of the Ven. Ralph Cliurton, Archdeacon of St. David's, and. 
rf. 1873, having by her (who rf. 17 July, 1845) had issue, 

1 John Edward Taylor, now of Williamscote. 

1 Marianne. 

2 Anna Sarah, to. 1850, Rev. Edward Norman Pocliin, 
Vicar of Sileby, co. Leicester, and has issue. 

3 Emma Penelope, in. 1865, Henry Hoper, Esq. of Cow- 
fold, Sussex, and has issue. 4 Augusta. 

5 Ellen Jane. 6 Lucy Elizabeth. 

IV. Arthur, of Doctors Commons, 6. 8 July, 1791 ; to. 1825, 
Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. George Well.'!, Rector of Wistou, 
Sussex, and rf. 1877, having had two sons, 

1 A'-thur (Rev.), M.A. Balliol Coll. Oxford, b. 24 Sept. 
1826: in. 1859, Elizabeth Lucy, dau. of Rev. Benjamin 
Lefroy, Rector of Ashe, Hants, and. has issue, three sons; 
and a dau., who rf. 1868. 

2 George, of Doctors Commons, 6. 18 April, 1828; m. 1st, 
1865, Caroline Martha, dau. of John Ward, Esq., C.B., 
and by her (who rf. 1867) has one dau.; he //;. 2ndly, 
Magalene, eldest dau. of Eev. G. F. Turner, Rector of 
Rede, Sutfolk, and has issue, a son, George, b. 1876. 

I. Anno, rf. 20 Jan. 1855. 
The eldest son, 

John Loveday, Esq. of Wilhamscote, J.P. and D.L., High 
Sheriff 1841, of Brazenose Coll. O.icford, D.C.L. 1841, M.A. 
1808, b. 8 Jan. 1785 ; rf. 19 Oct. 1864, and was s. by his brother. 

Rev. William Taylor Loveday, of Williamscote, co. Oxford, 
and Arlescote, co. Warwick, b. 15 July, 1787 ; rf. 2 April, 1875. 

^rms— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, per pale arg. and sa., an 
eagle displayed -nith two heads counterchanged, armed-mcm- 
bered, and ducally gorged or; 2nd and 3rd, erm., on a chief 
indented sa. three escallops arg. Cnst—Xn eagle displayed 
with two heads as in the arms. Molto—Cwm priiui luce. 

^•,«(.s— Willia-.nscote, near Banbury, Oxon; and Arkscotc, 
CO. Warwick. 







LoTEit, Peter Audlet Datid Aethue, Esq. 
7f Cole Park, Wilts, h. 10 Dec. 1S37. 

?£tllEajJC. — John Harvet, Esq. (son of IIurIi Harvey, 
., and granilson of Ralph Harvey, Esq., of Tibenham 
se father, Eohert Harvey, Esq., Comptroller of the Custom 
ise, ra. Sarah, sister and co-heir of Hugh Audley, Esq. of 
Inner Temple) was of Cole Park, Wilts, and was buried in 
mesbury Abbey, 1712. The grandfather of the present 
; jjsessor of the estate, 

Teter Haiivet Lovell, Esq. of Cole Park (son of Peter and 

.Sarah Lovell), m. Charlotte, 4th dau. of the Venerable William 

U'illes, Archdeacon of Wells, 4th son of Dr. Willes, Bishop of 

' h and Wells ; and d. 1841 (hiswidow in 1ST3), leaving issue, 

-ETER Audloy, his heir. 

John Harvey, in. 1843, Emma, dau. of the late Sir Christo- 
pher Bethell Codrington, Bart., and has issue. 
William Willes (Rev.), deceased. 

yrancls Kredorick, m. 1846, Lady Rose Somerset, dau. of 
the 7th Duke of Beaufort, and has one sou and four daus. 
Charlotte, r,i. W. St. George, Esq. 
Jane Grace, m. Gen. Shawe, late Coldstream Guards. 
Frances Sarah, hi. Count Guidoboni Viseonti. 
Harriet Jane, m. Gen. Lovelace Walton, Into Coldstream 
Guards. Julia, deceased. 

The eldest son, 

Peter Acdlet Loveli,, Esq. of Cole Park, J.P. and D.L., 
formerly an officer 7th Dragoon Guards, h. 22 llarcli, 1808 , ra. 
23 Feb. 1857, Mary Jane, dau. of the late David Pugh, E-^q., 
M.P. of Llanerchydol, co. Montgomery, by Anne his wife, 
only dau. and heiress of Evan Vaughan, Esq. of Bcgiiildy ; and 
('. 8 March, 1869, leaving a son, the present Peter Acdlet 
r>.\viD LovELL, Esq. of Cole Park. 

ArvM — Arg., a chevron az. between two squirrels gn., each 
cracking a nut. Crest— X squirrel sejant ppr. cracking a nut. 
^L:'.t — Cole Park, near Malmesbury. 


LovEii, Edwaed Lotell, Esq., of Chilcote 
!Manor, "Wells, and of Diuder, Somerset, J. P., h. 20 
Aug. 1845 ; m. 23 Oct. 1867, Caroline Georgina, 
youngest dau. of tlie late George Denistoun iSeott, 
Esq. of Lorelhill, Windsor Forest, and has had issue, 

I. Edwin Scott Lovell, 6. 28 July, 1868. 

II. Charles Edmund Lovell, h. 10 July, 1S69. 

III. Arthur Clifton Lovell, 6. 24 July, 1871. 

IV. Lilly Lovell, b. 26 Sept. 1875. 

tttHCajC— Joseth Lovell Lotell, Esq. of Wells, Somer- 
set (who inherited Chilcote Manor from his tincle, George 
Lovell, Esq. of Wells, who d. 1785), 6. 1780; m. Jan. 1810, 
Margaret, eldest dau. of Edmund Broderip, Esq. of Wells; and 
d. 21 Dec. 1842, having had issue, 
Edward, who s. his father in Chilcote, &. Nov. 1804; to. 1S3I, 
Anne Mitchell, dau. of Jolin Eodon, Esq. of Vere, in the 
Island of Jamaica; and d. s. j). 22 Sept. 1857, and was «. by 
his brother. 
Edmund, .?. 1806; d. unm. 11 Sept. 1831. 
Edwin, late of Chilcote Manor, and of Dinder. 

The 3rd son, 

Edwin Lo\-ell, Esq. of Chilcote Manor, in Wells, and Dinder, 
Somerset, 6. 7 May, 1808; m. 14 Sept. 1836, Elizabeth Char- 
lotte, eldest dau. of the late Edmund Broderip, Esq. of Cos- 
sington, Somerset, and d. 21 May, 1877, having had issue, 

I. Esdaile Lovell, late a Capt. in the army, 6. 25 May, 
1837; TO. 22 Nov. 1866, Arthurina Maria, dau. of the late 
Rev. Charles Drake, of Huntshard, Devon, and has two sons. 

u. Charles Lovell, Barrister-at-Law, J. P., 6. 14 Nov. 1839; 
TO. 14 Sept. 1868, Ellen, youngest dau. of William Edye, 
Esq. of Stoke, Devon; d. 1 Jan. 1871. 

in. Edward Lovell, now of Chilccte Manor and Dinder. 

1. Lilly. II. Frederica Georgina. 

m. Blanche Caroline Frances, d. 1848. 

Arms — Arg., a chevron sa. between three wolves' beads 
erased gu. ( 'rest — A talbot arg. 
cSeais— Chilcote Manor, and Dinder, A\ellB. 

LoTETT, PniLLirs Cosby, Esq. of Liscombe, 
Eucks, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1863, formerly 
a Capt. Mercantile Marine, b. 1821 ; m. 1st, 18 Aug. 
1846, Catherine, dau. of Peter Sniithwick, Esq. of 
Parranlough, co. Tipperary, and had a son, 

Philip Cosbi, 6. 1847, deceased. 

He m. 2ndly, 8 Nov. 1870, Emcline, 2nd dau. o£ 
the late William Snell, Esq. of Plymouth, and by hcff 
has issue, 

Willlam Gouch GnnsiNs, 6. 1S7I. 
Percival Cosby, b. 29 Jan. 1874. 
Emeline Myra, 6. 21 Nov. 1875. 

Capt. Lovctt s. to the Liscombe estate under the 
will of Elizabeth Anne Lovctt, eldest dau. of 
Jonathan Lovett, Bart. 

IttltCajr.— The family of Lovett is of Norman extraction, 
and is authentically reduced from Richard de Louet, iciiip. 
CoNQDESTORis. (FoF detailed particulars, see Burke's Extinct 

Sir Robert Lovett, of Liscombe, High Sheriff co. Bucks 
1608, d. 1643, leaving by Anne, his 2nd wife, dau. of Richard 
Saunders, Esq. of Dinton, eight daus. and four sons, Rodekt 
of Liscombe, Sheriff of Bucks 1604 ; Edward, of Corfe (whose 
son, Robert, of Liscombe, d. nam.); Christopher, of whose 
line we treat; and Laurence, of Eythorp. The 3rd son, 

Christovher Lovett, was fir.^t settled as a Merchant in 
Turkey, but subsequently, in 160O, removed to Dublin, of 
which city he became Lord Mayor. He m. Frances O'.More, 
dau. and heir of Roger O'More, and had (with four daus., 
Anne, hi. 1st, William Tighe, Esq. of Riuland, and 2ndly, 
Judge Coots; Frances, wife of Maior-Gen. Pearce ; Mary, rii. 
Medhop Lloyd, Esq. ; and Rebecca, wi. Jonathan Ashe, Esq. 
of Ashe Grove, co. Tipperary) three sons, Christopher, John, 
and Edward. The eldest son, 

Christopher Lovett, Esq., inherited Liscombe, co. Bucks, 
at the decease of his first cousin, Robert Lovett, Esq., but 
dying unm., he was s. by his brotlier. 

Col. John Lovett, of Liscombe, m. 1st, Susannah Horton, 
widow, dau. and co-heir of Laurence Lovett, Esq. of Eythorp, 
and had two sons, 

I. Robert. 

II. Christopher, m. Jane Willington, widow, dau. of Alex- 
ander Cosby, Esq. of Stradbally, Queens Co., and was 
father of 

Robert, who m. Miss Howell, and had issue, 

1 John, d. unm. 

2 Sackville Hatch, J.P., Comptroller of Taxes in Ireland, 
m. 1st, his cousin Mary, dau. of John Lovett, and by her 
had issue, 

Jonathan Vaughan, in. Miss Daunt, and had a son, 
Sackville (who rf. 1849), and several daus. He d. 1850. 
Fanny, to. Ludovick J. Grant, Esq., 2nd son of the late 
Sir A. Grant, Bart., and rf. 1840. 

Mr. Sackville Lovett to. 2ndly, Bridget, joungest dau. 

of Jonathan Seaver, Esq. of Heath "Hall, J. P., High 

Sheriff of cos. Armagh and Monaghan, and by her liaJ 


Richard Donougitmore Lovett, Esq. (Home View, 
Cheltenham), 30th male representative of the Lovett 
family, m. 19 Jan. 1854, Amelia Lilias Jane, youngest 
dau. of Samuel Fyler, Esq. of Down Street, Piccadilly, 
and Twickenham, Middlesex. 

Eobert, formerly Rector of Trinity, Bath, then Vicar of 
Islington, Bovey Tracey, now Rector of Caiindle Bisho;), 
Sherborne, Dorset, m. 1st, Frances, dau. and heiress of 
"William Aldwin Soames, Esq. of Langdon Hills, Essex, 
and by her (who rf. Aug. 1853) has issue, 1 Robert 
Jonathan Arden, 6. 4 Nov. 1851 ; 1 Eliza Fanny Ara- 
bella, deceased; 2 Sarah Alice Bridget Engainc; and 

3 Myra Isabel Florence, deceased. He m. 2ndly, 27 July, 
1863, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the late Huuli 
Lumsden, Esq. of Pitcaple, Sheriff of Sutherland, and 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Aberdeen, and by her has 
issue, 2 Sackville Hatton Harry Verncy, b. 29 April, 
1864; 3 William Edward Turrille, b. 6 June, 1865; 

4 Neville Ernest, 6. 16 F'eb. 1869; 5 Richard Gordon 
Beresford, 6. 17 April. 1870; 6 Henry Cosbv Lcix, 6. 
24 Dec. 1871 : 4 Mabel Edith, b. 21 Sept. 1873. 

Henry, in India, m. Miss Rogers, and left issue. 
Catherine, m. W. W. Henry, Esq., eldest son of Mr. 

and Lady Emily Henry, and nephew of the Duke of 

Leinster, rf. 1861. 
Jane, ni. Richard Swift, Esq. of Lynn, co. AVcstineath, 

J.P. Eliza. 

Susan, m. Rev. L. F. Thomas, son of Major-Gen. Lewis 

Thomas, C.B. Anne, rf. v.nm. 

3 Verney, Capt. 50th foot, m. Jane, dan. of — Gore, Esq., 
and had i.^sue, George W. M., Capt. 50th foot. 

4 Philips Cosby, Comptroller-General of Excise, m. Re- 
becca, dau. of Joseph Gubbins, Esq. of Maid-stonc C;ustle, 
and was father of Philips Cosby Lovett, Esq. now of 
Liscombe House, Bucks. 

5 John Beresford, to. a dau. of — Knipe, Esq., and was 
father of several daus., and one son, the Rev. Robert 





Lovelt, Rector of Pickwell, co. Leicester, who is married, 
and has (with daus.) two sons, Beresford, C.S.I., Capt. 
Eoyal Engineers, H.M.'s Indian army; and Edmond. 

He m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Ralph Verney, Viscount Fer- 
managh, add had two sons, Verney, M. P.; and John, Capt. 
R.N., who both d. unm. Col. Lovett d. 1710, and wass. hy 
his son, 

RoBEET Lovett, Esq. of Liscombe, co. Bucks, and Kings- 
well, CO. Tipperary, High Sheriff of King's Co. He m. Sarah, 
dau. of Jonathan Ashe, Esq. of Ashe Grove, and hast (with 
three daus., Susannah, m. Jonathan Darby, Esq. of Leap 
Castle, King's Co. ; Mary, d. v.nm. ; and Lettice, wife of 
Damer Darby, Esq.) three sons, of whom the eldest survivor, 

Jonathan Lovett, Esq. of Liscombe and Kingswell, High 
Sheriff co. Tipperary, ra. Eleanor, dau. of Daniel Maasergh, 
Esq. of Macrony, co. Cork, and had issue, 

I. Jonathan (Sir), of Liscombe, created a Bart., to. Sarah, 
dau. of Jonathan Darby, Esq. of Leap Castle, and had 
one son, Robert TurvUle Jonathan, d. 1807; and three 
daus., Elizabeth Anne, of Liscombe : Letitia ; and Ara- 
bella, who all d. unm. Sir Jonathan d. 12 Jan. 1812, when 
the baronetcy expired. 

II. Vebnet, D.D., Prebendary of Lismore, and afterwards 
Treasurer of St. Finbars, Cork, and Chaplain to the Prince 
of Wales, s. to the Irish property, and was of Kingswell, 
He TO. Frances Mary, dau. and co-heir of Henry Gervais, 
D.D. of Lismore, Archdeacon of Cashel, and had issue, 

1 Jonathan Henry, Ambassador and Resident at the Court 
of Persia, d. unm. 2 William, R.N., d. unm. 

3 Henet William, of Kingswell, d. unm. 18 i4. 

1 Elizabeth, m. Col. Cameron. 

2 Melisina Henrietta, m. Rev. Henry Woodward, Rector 
of Fethard, son of the Bishop of Cloyne, and is deceased. 

3 Frances Mary, m. John Ashton Yates, Esq. of Diugle 
Head, CO. Lancaster. 

Dr. Lovett, d. Feb. 1825. 

I. Mary, ra. Richard Weeks, Esq. of Limerick. 

II. Eleanor, m. Jonathan Darby, Esq. oi Leap Castle. 

HI. Jane, m. John Bennet, one of the Judges of the King's 
Bench in Ireland. 

IV. Susanna, in. William Henn, Esq., Master in Chancery, 
son of William Henn, Esq., one of the Judges of the King's 
Bench in Ireland. 

V. Elizabeth, ra. John Pigott. Esq. of Cappard, Queen's Co. 

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, sa., three wolves' heads or; 
2nd and 3rd, arg., three wolves passant in pale sa. Crest — -A. 
wolfs head erased sa. 


1354, Lieut. 60th Royal 
31 July, 


Lovett, Thom:as Heaton, Esq. of Belmont, 
Salop, J. P., Col. of the Nortli Shropshire Volunteers, 
retired 1869, and formerly Major 98th regt., h. 1 
May, 1817; m. 22 Nov. 1851, Cecil Ehzabeth, 
eldest dau. of Wilson Jones, Esq. of Hartsheath 
Park, CO. Flint, and by her (who d. 3 Feb. 1S76) 
has issue, 

I. Hubert Richaed, &. 30 March 

II. Henry Wilson, Lieut. 13th Light Infantry, 6 

III. Arthur, h. 25 Oct. 18G3. 

IV. Richard Dale, b. 3 Jan. 1S70. 

I. Margaret Josephine. n. Cecil Helen. 

III. Lucy, d. 9 Nov. 1800. iv. Evelyn Grace. 

V. Mabel Bessie. vi. Ethel Ehzabeth. 

?LtlICil(IC. — Joseph Lovett, Esq., was son of Joseph 
Lovett, who m. Ann Redding, of co. Lincoln, and lived at Mount 
Sorrell, co. Leicester; he is said to have been descended 
from Joseph Lovett, of Newington, co. Warwick, one of the 
Lovetts of Liscombe. Mr. Lovett m. 17 June, 1704, Mary, 
2nd dau. and co-heir of Thomas Dale, Esq. of Greenhead 
House, CO. Stafford, and d. 1754, having had (with two daus., 
Sarah and Anne, both d. %i:nm.) three sons, Kiehard, b. 16 Jan. 
1705, d. v.nm. 7 June, 1727; Jcseph, of whom presently ; and 
Dale, b. 1721, who m. Ehzabeth Belford, and d. s. p. The 2nd 

Joseph Lovett, Esq., h. 18 Sept. 1714 ; m. 11 July, 1743, 
Anne, dau. of William Sherman, Esq. of Newcastle, co. Staf- 
ford, and had (with two daus., Margaret, d. young 1745 ; and 
Mary, m., but d. s. p.) three sons, i. William, 6. 7 Aug. 1747, 
d. unm. ; il. Thomas, b. 13 Aug. 1749, m. 30 May, 1780, Jlary, 
dau. of Thomas Jones, Esq., and d. 13 July, 1801, leaving one 
son, Richard, b. 19 Aug. 1781, who d. unm. 23 Sept. 1814; 
HI. John. The youngest son, 

John Lovett, Esq., of Belmont, h. 11 May, 1754 ; n. 29 June, 

1782, Anne, dau. of Edward Venables, Esq, of Liverpool, and 
d. May, 1795, having had, witix several daus. (who d. ia 
infancy), four sons, 

I. John, b. 26 May, 1786; d. nam. 1814. 

II. Joseph Venables, late of lielmont. 

III. William, 6. 27 Aug. 1791 ; d. unm. 1807. 

IV. Thomas, of Fernhill, Salop, b. 27 Aug. 1702; m. 19 Fel). 
1835, the Hon. Emily Henniker, 3rd dau. of John Minct, 
3rd Lord Henniker, and dying Feb. 1863, left issue, 

1 John Hennikee, of Fernhill, J. P. and D.L., b. 1836; r,i. 
1859, Laura, youngest dau. of Philip Morier, Esq., H M.'s 
Minister at Dresden, and has issue, Horace William 
Fitzroy, Roger, d. 9 March, 1878, Thomas, and Constance 

2 William, b. 1843. 

1 Emily Anne. 2 Mary. 

3 Louisa Elizabeth. 4 Anna Sophia, d. 1872. 
The 2nd son, 

Joseph Venables Lovett, Esq. of Belmont, J. P., D.L., 
High Sheriff 1847, formerly Lieut, in the army, 6. 1 Au^. 1787; 
ra. 24 April, 1815, Margaret, 2nd dau. of Richard Hcaton, Esq. 
of Plas Heaton, co. Denbigh {see that Family), acniX by her (who 
d. 1851) had issue, 

Thomas Heaton, now of Belmont. 

Joseph Venables, 6. 18 April, 1825, formerly in the R.N., 

retired Major of Shropshire Militia, m. 1871, Lucy, 2nd dau. 

of Col. E. Corbett, M.P., of Longnor Hall, Salop, and has 

issue one son, Rowland Joseph Venables, 6. April, 1872. 
John Richard, 6. 21 Aug. 1826, Col. in the army, retired on 

full pay. 
Sarah Anne. Henrietta Mary, d. 1832. 

Caroline. Emily, d. 1842. Isabella Margaret. 

Mr. J. V. Lovett d. 15 Jan. 186G, and was s. by his son, 
Thomas Heaton, now of Belmont. 

Arms — Arg., three wolves passant in pale sa. Crest — A wolf , 
passant ppr. 
5eaJ— Belmont, Salop, near Chirk, co. Denbigh. 

See preceding Memoir. 


"Lovr, John, Esq. of Sunvale, co. Limerict, J.P. 
and D.L., High Sherifp 1852, M.A. Trin. Coll- 
Dublin, 1833, Ban-ister-at-Law, b. 8 Jan. 1813 ; m. 
2 Dec. 1841, Sophia Georgiana, only dau. of George 
Mahon, Esq. of Mount Pleasant, co. Mayo (youngest 
son of Ross Mahon, Esq. of Castlcgar, co. Galway, 
by his wife Lady Anne Browne, dau. of 1st Earl of 
Altamont), by Sophia his Avife, eldest daa. of David 
Ker, Esq., of Portavo and Montalto, co. Down, 
and has issue, 

I. Geoege Peter, b. 20 July, 1843, B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxford, 
late Capt. 8th Hussars. 

II. John Maxwell, b. 20 Nov. 1844, Capt. 46th regt. 

I. Sophia Georgiana, d. 1 March, 1848. 

II. Henrietta Catherine, m. 27 Jan. 1868, W. J. Scarlett, 
Esq., late Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards, and has issue sons 
and daus. 

ILlUCJlflC* — Simon Low settled in Ireland about the year 

Peter Low, Esq. of Lowtown, co. Limerick, J.P. and D.L. 
(2nd son of Simon Low, by Elizabeth Blackmore his wife, wlio 
d. 1800), m. 1811, Louisa, eldest dau. of Sir Richard Butler, 
Bart, of Garryhundon and Ballintemple, co. Carlow, and dying 
1842, left issue, 

John, now of Sunvale. 

Richard Butler, late Capt. 53rd regt., m. 1841, .Ann.T, dau. of 

Montifort Westropp, Esq. of Mellon, co. Limerick, and by 

her, who d. 1858, had issue, two sons and three daus. He 

d. Nov. 1868. Henry, 6. 1826; d. 1860. 

Sarah, rn. 18 Aug. 1831, William Musscndcn, Esq. of Larc'.;- 

field, CO. Down, D.L., d. 22 April, 1868. 
Elizabeth, (ii. 12 July, 1836, Fioderick Thomas Jessop, Esq. 

of Doory Hall, co. Longford, D.L., both deceased. 
Louisa, ?/!. Thomas Waring, Esq. of Waringfieid, co. Down, 

both deceased. 
Kate, in. Robert Ruttledge, Esq. of Bloomficid, co. Mayo, 

D.L., and is deceased. 
Henrietta, m. Charles George Mahon, Esq. of Mount Pleasant, 

CO. Mayo, D.L., who is deceased. 

Seal — Sunvale, Kilmallock, co. Limerick. 






Lowe. Euwaed Joseph, Esq. of Ilighfickl 
ilouse, CO. Nottingham, J.P. and D.L., b. 11 Nov. 
.825; m. 2 Jan. 1819, Anne, eldest dau. of George 
iilcock, Esq. of Nottinglaam, and has issue, 

I. Alfred Edward Lawson, F.S.A.. senior Capt. Royal 
Slienvood Foresters, or Nottinshamsliire rcgt. of Militia, 
6. 2 Nov. 1819; m. 17 July, 1S72, Gertruite Kiiiily, only 
dau. of Eev. George Otter, M.A., Viear of llutknall 
Torkartl, to. Nottingluim, antl graiul-dau. of Rev. Kclward 
Otter, M.A., J. P., Rector of BotUal, Nortluimbeilaiui, and 
Prebendary of York (whose younger brcther, the Right 
Rev. AVilliara Otter, D.D., became Lord Rishop of 
Chichester 18.3G), and has issue, 

1 Peucival Edwaud IIcbst, b. 23 July, 1873. 
1 Gertrude Gwenllyan. 

II. Hugh Lee Peyton, 6. 27 Oct. 1S5G. 

»Ir. Lowe is a Fellow of the Eoyal Society, of the 
loyal Astronomical, Meteorological, Linna^an, Geo- 
ogical and Zoological Societies, and the author of 
cveral scientific works. 

JLtnrajr.— This family is of long standing in co. Chester, 
nd appears to have been originally seated in the eastern part 
f that CO. ; the name being traditionally derived from an old 
lansion called The Lowe. William del Lowe, who is shown 
y ancient charters to have held lands in Macclesfield in 1392, 
nd whose son, Thomas del Lowe, was an AU'.erman of Mac- 
Icsfield, and Mayor of that town 1430, 1439 and 1440, was 
resumably the brother of Thomas del Lowe, who d. Ul."), 
■aving a son Geoffrey del Lowe, who, according to the Wolley 
ISS. in the British Museum, m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Peter 
.egh, Knt. of Lyme, co. Chester (and widow of Nicholas 
lundell?), and d. on the Monday, in the third week of Lent, 
151. Peter del Lowe, who is assumed to have been a son of 
16 last-named, settled in the neighbourliood of Northwich, 
5. Chester, and by a cliarter, dated 1 Sept. 1473, testified that 
e, together with William Coton, of Derby, John Ilalyn, 
riestof Witton, and his three sons, Thomas del Lowe, William 
cl Lowe, and Lawrence del Lowe, had witnessed a certain 
harter of Thomas de Whytington, of Eelper, co. Derby, and 
[argery his wife. Of the above-named, Thomas del Lowe, m. 
J71, Joane, eldest dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Fawne, Lord 
f Alderwasley, co. Derby, and became the ancestor of the 
owes of that place; Lawrence was the progenitor of the 
owes of Denby and Locko Park, co. Derby; whilst the 
ascendants of William continued for some generations in the 
Sapelry of Witton, CO. Chester. There was likewise another 
[)n, George, who left an only dau. and heirc.'s Margaret, who, 
ccording to an ancient emblazoned pedigree preserved at 
amerford Booths Hall, was m. 1479, to AVilliam Swetcnham, 
sq., of Somerford Booths, co. Chester, and carried lands in 
[acclesSeld, Pexhall, and Bollington into that family. Of 
lat branch which derived its descent from William del Lowe, 


I Jons Lowe, of Ilartford, co. Chester, 6. about the year 
'367, and d. 1632, devising by his will that his body should 
I be buryed within ye chappell of Wytton." Ry Eleanor 
I is wife (who survived him) he had issue, 

! I. George, of Hartford, who inherited his father's lands a* 
f Hartford and Northwich, and d. 25 Nov. 1669, and was 
i buried at Witton. By Elizabeth Coulthurst his wife (who 
j survived him, and dying 15 March, 1691, was also buried at 
I Witton) he had issue a son, 

I John, of Hartford, who is mentioned in Ormerod's History 

\ of Cheshire, as having purchased a moiety of the Manorof 

\ Hartford. He «!. 21 Dec. 1669, Mary, dau. of John Eaton, 

I Esq., and d. 23 Dec. 1694, and was buried at Witton. He 

I left issue, four sons, John, Robert, Nathaniil, and George, 

I and two daus., Mary, m. 1693, John Swynton, Gent., of 

I Nether Knutslord, co. Chester, and Elizabeth, who d. 

I untie. Jan. 1697. 

I n. Robert, of Newton Hall, co. Chester, who purchased the 
I ailvowson and impropriate Rectory of Middlewich from 
I William, 2nd Lord iirercton, 1663, and (/. 26 July, 1679, and 
was buried in the chancel at Middlewich. By Eleanor his 
wifo, youngest dau. of Richard Gerard, Esq. of Crewood 
I Hall, CO. Chester, he left issue two sons, 
I 1 John, who by his deed, dated 15 March, 1677, conveyed 
I to his younger brother all his right and claim to the 
1 advowson and impropriate tithes of Middlewich, whiih 
I had been settled upon him by his father, and d. in that 
i s:ime year, leaving issue three sons and one dau. 

2 .Samuel, of Newton Hall, who appears to have rebuilt 
that mansion, which still remains in the possession of his 
descendants, and bears upou it the arms of the family. 

with the initi.als "S.L.," and the date, " 1677." lie ;». 
Jane, sole dau. and heinss of Janus John.'on, Esq. of 
Sall'ord, co. Lancaster, and d. 16 Aug. 1702, having had 

James, of Newton Hall, d. unm., and was buried at Mid- 
dlewich, 20 Out. 1724. 
Robert, of Newton Hall, and of the Inner Temple, Bar- 
rister-at-Law, J.P. for co. Cheshire, and sometime 
Chairman of the Quarter Sesr-ions, vihod.s. 2>-, and was 
buried at Middlewich, 14 April, 1750. 
Martha, eventual heiress in her issue of this branch, m. 
22 Aug. 1692, Edward Moreton. E.sq. of Church Hill, 
Over, CO. Chester, and was buriia at Over, 30 Aug. 1727. 
Jane, d. unm, 
III. William, d. young, and was buried at Witton, 24 Ju]y> 
1617. IV. John, of whom we treat. 

This John Lowe, of The Hulse, co. Chester, m. 1635, Ursula, 
dau. of Ottiwell Broome, of Lostock Gralam, co. Chester, and 
by her was father of 

William Lowe, of The Hulse, who was b. about the year 
1638, and dying 4 Jan. 1697, was buried at Witton. He left 
with other issue, a son, 

Joshua Lowe, of The Hulse, b. June, 16C0; m. 1682, Joane, 
dau. and eventual co-heiress of Edward Banester, Gent, of 
Allostock, CO. Chester, and d. 5 Dec. 1729, and was buried at 
Wilton. He left, with other issue, 

I. William, of the Hulse, b. 11 Jan. 1683, d.s.p.28 June, 
1731, and was buried at Witton. 

II. Joshua, of Winchani, co. Chester, b. 1686 ; m. Nov. 1732, 
Sarah, dau. of Cranage Wilkoxon, Esq. of .Sproston Hall, 
CO. Chester (who d. 9 Jan. 1740), and d. s. 'p. 1 Nov. 1754. 

III. Edward, who inherited his elder brother's estates, and 
d. s. p. 17 July, 1770, and was interred amongst his ances- 
tors at AVitton. 

IV. John, of Nether Knutsford, co. Chester, 6. 1694 ; ni. Mary, 
dau. of John Twemlow, Gent, of Arclyd, co. Chester, and 
d. 26 Dec. 1772, having had, with other issue, a son, John, 
who d. s. p. m. V. Ijaxiel, of whom we treat. 

This Rev. Daniel Lowe, M.A. of the University of Glasgow, 
6. at The Hulse, 20 Jan. 1696; settled first at Loscoe and after- 
wards at Norton, co. Derby, where he d. 2 Jan. 1776. He m. 
1736, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Joseph Mather, Esq. of 
Shipley, co. Derby, and by this lady (who d. 9 Jan. 1775) he 
had issue, 

I. Joseph, of whom presently. 

It. Daniel, of Aklcruianbury, Citizen and Woolstapler of 
London, b. 24 Aug. 1739 ; ('. a batchelor at Derby, 16 July, 
1798. III. Joshua, who d. in his infancy. 

IV. William, 6. 21 Dec. 1745; d. unm. 4 Nov. 1772. 

I. Hannah, d. an infant 1741. 

II. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Peter Robinson, M.A., Vicar of Norton, 
CO. Derby, by whom she had two sons, and d. 3 Nov. 1782. 

III. Urith, m. Samuel Hardman, Esq. of Manchester, and d. 
1 March, 1801, leaving issue. 

The eldest son, 

Joseph Lowe, Esq. of Highfield, co. Nottingham, J. P., 
settled in co. Nottingham about the middle of the last century, 
and having purchased the Highfield Park Estate, in the 
parishes of Beeston and Lenton, co. Nottingham (which 
anciently had formed part of the demesnes of the Clugniac 
Priory, foimded at Lenton by William Peverel, tern}). Henry 1.), 
he erected thereon the present mansion of Highfield. He was 
for many years an Alderman, and thrice filled the office of 
Mayor of the town of Nottingham. He was b. 14 Aug. 1737 ; 
m. Oct. 1765, Sarah, sole dau. and heiress of James Hurst, 
Esq. of Hurst, co. Lancaster, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and 
eventual heiress of Lawrence Wilson, Esq.* of Bolton-le- 

* Lawrence Wilson, Esq. was descended from the Wilsons 
of South Tunlcy Hall, in the township of Wrightington, co. Lan- 
caster, the elder branch of which family is now represented by 
Robert Wilson Ffrance, Esq. of RawclifTe Hall, in that co. He 
m. Margaret, sole dau. and heiress of Benjamin Smith, Gent. 
of Ashtun-upon-the-Mersey, co. Chester, by whom he had issue, 
I. Joseph, of Rivington Hall and Little Lever Hall, co. Lan- 
caster, ;/i. Abigail, sole surviving dau. and heiress of John 
Andrews, Esq. of Rivington Hall and Little Lever Hall, by 
Abigail his wife, dau. and eventual of Thomas 
Crooke, Esq. of Abiam Hall, co. Lancaster, and thus «. to 
the estates of the Andrews family. He had issue a son, 
John Andrews, who d. s.p. in his father's lifetime, 10 April, 
1760, and a dau., Lydia, who also d. at an early age. Mr. 
Joseph Wilson survived his wife and childien, and d. 
25 July, 1765, and was buried in the parish church of LuUon- 

I. Slargaret, d. unm. 5 June, 1871. 

II. Elizabeth, eventually heiress of her f.imily, m. James 
Hurst, Esq. of Hurst, co. Lancaster, and d. 1 July, 1797, 
having had issue, an only dau. and heiress, who i;i. Joseph 
Lowe, Esq. of Hi(;hfield {as above). 

III. Sarah, m. Rev. John Milne, but d. s. p. 16 April, 1797. 
Mr. AVilson d. at Manchester, 21 April, 1752, and was there 





Moors, CO. Lancaster, and d. 20 March 1810, and was s. by his 
only son, 

Joseph Hcbst Lowe, Esq. of Hishfield, 6. 31 Aug. 17G6 ; m. 
S March, 1783, Elizabeth, eldest dau.of George Lagstaffe, Esq. 
of Bishop Auckland, co. Durham (which lady survived her 
husband and d. IS Feb. 132C), and d. 9 April, 1817, bavins 
had issue, 

I. Alfred, of whom presently. 

u. Sydney, of Beeston, co. Nottingham, 6. 9 rch. ISOl ; d. 

until. 9 June, 1827. 

1. Elizabeth, d. an infant, 21 May, 1792. 
n. Elizabeth, m. 12 May, 1818, William Surplice, Esq. of 

Woodville, co. Nottingham, and d. 18 Oct. 1830, leaving 

HI. Sarah Hurst, m. 6 Sept. 1830, Eohert Allan Brothers, 

Esq., and has issue an only dau. 

The elder son, 

Alfred Lowe, Esq. of Highfield, J.P., h. 1 Autr. 1789; r,;. 
30 Oct. 1812, Charlotte Octavia, youngest dau. of Edward 
Swann, Esq. of Nottingham (who survived her husband, and 
d. 26 April, 1365), and d. 10 Aug. lS5o, leaving issue, 
I. Alfred Hurst, retired Major Eoyal Sherwood Foresters, or 
Nottinghamshire regt. of Militia. 6. 10 Feb. 1814; m. Nov. 
1837, Eleanor Mary, 3rd dau. of Joseph Shepherd, Esq. of 
Cottingham, co. York, and d. 27 March, 1870, having had 
issue, 1 Alfred Joseph, b. 15 May, 1847 ; 2 Edward Bobert, 
6. 15 Mav, 1847, d. at Lagos, on the West Coast of Africa, 
7 April, 1869; 3 Arthur WiUiam, b. 16 Feb. 1352; 4 Sydney 
Armerin, 6. 10 Feb. 1360; 1 Eleanor Maiy Charlotte, d. an 
infant ; 2 Louisa Agnes ; 3 Augusta Eleanor. 
It. Edward Joseph, who s. to the family estates. 
III. Arthur Swann Howard, Col. of the Eoyal Sherwood 
Foresters, or Nottinghamshire regt. of Militia, b. 4 Dec. 
1826 ; m. 4. Feb. 1S65, Louisa Euth Harris, adopted dau. of 
Samuel Courtauld, Esq. of Gosfield Hall, Esses, and has 

1 Arthur Courtauld Willoughby, 6. 3 April, 1866. 

2 Edward Aubrey Courtauld, 6. 16 Aug. 1871. 

I. Charlotte Lavinia, m. 14 Sept. 1843, William Winstanley, 
Esq. of Chaigeley JIanor, co. Lancaster, J. P. (who d. 22 Feb. 
1873), and has issue. u. Marianne Agnes. 

Anns — The ancient arms of the familj- are, Gu., two wolves 
passant arg. ; but this branch bear, Arg., on a bend engi-ailed 
az. three wolves' heads erased of the first, within a bordure 
engrailed of the second, quartering Hckst, Wilson, and Smith. 
Crest — A wolf passant arg. coUared and chained gu. the chain 
reflexed over the back. Motto — Innocentia quamvis in agro 

Seats — Highfield House, near Nottingham. 


See Sheebeooee of Oxton. 



DErET-LowE, William Deeet ISTathaniel, 
Esq. of Locko Park, co. Derby, J.P., late Capt. 11th 
Hussars, b. 13 July, 1828 ; m. 16 Dec. 1876, Lucy, 
eldest dau. of Fraiacis Jack, Yiscount Kevrry, eldest 
Son of Francis Jack, Earl of Eilmorey. 

5LtllC3SC. — The family of Lowe, of Denby and Locko, 
originally from co. Chester, are derived from the marriage, 
iernp. Henry VI., of Lawrence Lowe, Serjeant-at-Law, with the 
heiress of Eoscll, of Denby. The last male heir, Eichard 
Lowe, Esq. of Locko, d. 1785, having bequeathed his estates to 
his kinsman, Wilham Drury, Esq., who assumed in conse- 
quence, 1791, the additional name and arms of Lowe. 

William Drcet Holdes, Esq., J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1854, eldest son of Eobert Holden, Esq. of Darley Abbey, co. 
Derby, and Nuttall Temple, Notts, by Mary Anne, only child 
of WiUiam Drury-Lowe, Esq. of Locko Park, s. to the Locko 
property as heir to his grandfather, William Drcby-Lowe, 
Esq., and assumed in consequence the additional surname of 
DarRT-LowE. He was 6. 5 Oct. 1802; m. 13 Feb. 1827, Hon. 
Caroline Esther Curzon, youngest dau. of Nathaniel, 2nd Lord 
Scarsdale, and had issue, 

I. William Deurt Nathaniel, now of Locko. 

u. Drury Curzon, Capt. 17th Lancers, b. 3 Jan. 1830. 

ui. Eobert Henry, Capt. and Brevet-Major Grenadier Guards, 
h. 7 Oct. 1831 ; m. 15 May, 1862, Ellen, eldest dau. of Joseph 
Eocklington, Esq. of Netherall, Cumberland. 

rv. Vincent Francis Keppel, b. 1 July, 1847. 

V. Eichard Curzon Sherwin, b. 23 July, 1849. 

I. Felicia. ii. Caroline Mary. 

III. Florence Catherine, m. 2 April, 1SG8, Francis Nicholas 
Smith, Esq. 

He d. 25 Feb. 1877. 

Arms— Qaartetly: 1st and 4th, Lowe: Az., a hart trippant 
arg. ; 2nd and 3rd, Dbcrt : Arg., on a chief vert two mullets or, 
each charged wjth an annulet az. Crests — 1st, Lowe: A wolf 
pass arg. ; 2nd, Drurt : A greyhound courant sa. gorged with 
u plain collar or, and charged with two mullets gold. 

ianjf i- 



Selbt-Lowndes, William, Esq. of Whaddon 
Hall and Winslow, co. Bucks, J.P. and D.L., b. 6 
Not. 1807 ; m. 1st, 28 June, 1832, Lucy, eldest, 
dau. of Isaac Eawliiigs Hartman, Esq., Coldstreaiii , 
Gruards, and by her (who d. 21 Oct. 1852) has 
issue, / 

I. William, J.P., 6. 13 Nov. 1836 ; m. 24 May, 1867, Mai 
widow of Eyre Coote, Esq. of Westpark, Hants, and dauj 
of Lieut.-Gen. Lechmere Worrall, and has issue. 

II. John William Fleetwood, 6. 24 Nov. 1833. j 

III. Charles William Beresford, 6. 24 Oct. 1843. i 

IV. Octavius William Cotton, 6. 11 Sept. 1345. 

I. Clara Essex. 

II. Lucy Isabella, m. 5 Aug. 1862, Henry Peach Kcighlj"' 
Peach, Esq. of Idlicote Park, co. Warwick. 

III. Cressida Elizabeth, ra. 4 Oct. 18G6, H. E. Johnston* 
Scott, Esq. of Wood Hall, co. York, 2nd son of Sir J. V«, 
B. Johnstone, Bart. iv. Florence Wynn. 

He m. 2ndly, 20 May, 1854, Clara, 2nd dau 
I. E. Hartman, Esq. Mr. Selby Lowndes hi 
served as High Sheriff for Bucks. He is one o: 
the co-heu's of the Barony of Grandison, and also 
co-heir of the Barony of Moxtaccte. His claim 
to the latter is now before the House of Lords. 

itillCajC. — Eobert Low.vdes, a scion, it is stated, of the 
ancient family of Lowndes of iciff/i Ball, co. Chester, settled 
at Winslow, co. Bucks, early in the 16th century. He m. 1576, 
Jane Croke, and had issue. (Capt. Lowndes, an early settler 
in Virginia, ancestor of the Lowndes family of Jamestown in 
that State, is beheved to have been one of the sons of this 
marriage. He acquired a large plantation in Virginia, and 
entailed it on failure of his own issue on the issue of the elder 
son of this marriage). Mr. Lowndes d. 1602, and was s. by 
his eldest son, 

William Lowndes, Esq., 6. 1585; m. 27 Oct. 1612, Frances 
Wendover, and had issue, of whom, 

I. Edmund, 6. 1617, lived in Virginia and Ncrth Carolina. 
North America, from 1643 to 1658. 
u. Egbert, of whom hereafter. 

Mr. Lowndes d. 6 Oct. 1654; his 2nd son, 

Eobert Lowndes, Esq., h. 1619, fled to America in 1642, 
where he remained for eight years, and then returned to 
Winslow. He m. 1st, Margaret Selby, by whom he had a dau., 

Margaret, m. John Lowndes, of Jamcstov.n, Virginia. 
He m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Peter Fitz William, by whoa 
he had, with four daus., a son, 

William, his heir. 
Mr. Lowndes d. Jan. 1683, and was s. by his only son, 

William Lowndes, Esq., the well-known Financier, who wai 
Secretary to the Treasury. He rn. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
Eoger Harsnett, Knt., and by her (who d. 16S0; had a son, 
Eobert, his heir. He m. 2ndly, 1683, Jane Hopper, by wiiom 
(who d. 16S5) he had a dau., Anne, 6. 1684, who m. ; and 3rdly, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Eichard Martyn, D.D., by whom (who d. 
1639) he had one son and one dau., 

William, of Astwood Bury, ancestor of Lowkdes-Stoxe, 
Brightwell Pari; co. Oxford. 
Elizabeth, b. 1688 ; ra. Thomas Duncomhe, Esq., and d. 1712, 

Mr. Lowndes m. 4thly, 1691, Eebccca, dau. of John Shales, 
Esq., and had (with six other sons and seven daus.), 

Charles, ancestor of the family of Lowndes of Chesham 
(see that name). 

Queen Anne conerred upon Mr. Lowndes, who was many 
years a member of the House of Commons, and Chairman ol 
Ways and Means, and to whom the nation is indebted foi 
originating the funding system, the office of Auditor of tU( 
Land Eevenue, for life, in reversion to his sons, with augmen 
tation to his coat of arms. His eldest son, 

Eobert Lowndes, Esq. of Winslow, co. Backs, bapt. 1678 1 
d. 1727, leaving, by Margaret his wife, a son and successor, 

Eichard Lowndes, Esq. of Winslow, High Sheriff of Buckf 1 r^ 
1742, and M.P. for that co. 1742. He m. Essex, youngest dau 
and co-heir of Charles Shales, of London, by Anne his wife 
2nd dau. and co-heir of Thomas Barrington, Esq., son of Si; 
John Barrington, Bart, of Barrington Hall, who was third ii 
descent from the marriage of Sir Thomas Barrington, of Bar 
rin^Lon Hall, with the Hon. Wiuiiied Pole, granddau. an( 



al' Tk. 

«!/ j 
12. 1 






i-hcir of Martraret riantaeenct, Countess of Salisbury, dau. 
id sole heir ol Georpe, DuUc of Claieiice, broilier of Kins 
DWARD IV. (sfc Burke's VicissUuik$ of Fuiailks). By this 
dy Mr. Rithard Lowndes left a son and successor, 
William Lowndes, Esq. of Winslow and Whaddon, co. 
icks, who took the name of Selbt; he m. 17GG, Mary, dau. 
id co-heir of Thoma.' Goostrey, ICsq. of London, by Mary his 
fe, eldest dau. and co-heir of Thomas Anscll, Esq. of Hitch- 
den, and Mary his wife, sister and heir of Jolin Eleetwood, 
iq. of Missenden Abbey, co. Bucks, and by her (who c^. 178G) 
id issue, I. William, his heir: ii. Robert; ni. Richard, 
M., Vicar of Swanbourne; iv. Thomas, LL.B., Rector of 
)i-th Crawley; i. Mary, m. the Rev. Thomas Howard, A.JL ; 
Anne; m. Elizabeth; iv. Essex; v. Lydia; vi. Clara. 
r. Selby-Lowndcs d. 1813, and was «. by his son, 
William Selby Lowsdes, Esq. of Whaddon Hall, M.P. for 
. Bucks 1S07-20, m. 25 Aur. 1806, Ann Elcanora Isabella, 
u. of the Rev. Graham Hannier, Vicar of Hanmer, Flint, 
d by her (who d. 30 April, 1852) had issue, 
.(. William .Sklbt, now of Winslow- and Whaddon. 
(I. Thomas William, late of the 8th Hussars, ;-. 8 Oct. 1810. 
,ni. Richard William, of The Elms, Blctchlcy, J. P., b. 2 Oct. 
: 1811; 1,1. 22 Feb. 1842, Stary Susan, dau. of the Rev. Wil- 
liam Fletcher, F.R.A.S., and has issue, 
a Richard William, b. 3 Sept. 1848; m. 18 Dec. 1872, Kliz.-i- 
beth Frances, only surviving child of Hon. Henry Thomas 
Howard, 2ud son of Thomas, Karl of Suflolk, uud has 
J Mary Isahclla Maria, m. Robert Augustus Aspinall, Esq. 

2 Eleonora .\nna. 

3 Sophia Edith, ni. Edward Hanplopc Watt^ r.=q. of Ilans- 
lope Park, Bucks. 4 Emily Hairictt,'. 

5 Madeline Philippa. f> Gertrude Matilda. 

7 Evelyn Rose. 8 Clara Ivy. 

IV. Harry William, late of the 15th Hussars, 6.20 Sept. 1S12, 

r. Edward William, J.P., h. 3 Sept. 1813; m. 23 Sept. 1$^, 
Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Isaac K. Hartman, Esq., auU has, 

1 William Seymour, b. 31 July, 1838. 

2 Owen Charles, b. 10 Dec. 1843. 

3 Meyrick Edward, b. 1848. 

1 Mary IsabcUa. 2 Mary JToyric'!:. 

3 Lucy. 4 Clara Elizabeth. 

n. Charles William, Rector of Korth C-av,icy, J P.. h. 
10 Nov. 1815 ; m. 2 Nov. 1844, Laura Anue, dau. of Thomas 
I>elvcs BrouRhton, Esq., and has issue, • 

1 Charles William, 93rd foot. 

1 Henrietta Jane. 

2 Mary Jemima, in. 1870, J. S. EroTVnrigg, M.A. 

3 Clara Elizabeth. 

•. Selby Lowndes d. 18 May, 1840. 

inns — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Lowkdes, arg., fretty az., 
Jh interlacing, charged with a bezant, on a canton gti. a 
pard's head erased at the neck or; 2nd and 3rd, Selbt, or, 
•ee bars sa. within a bordure wavy gu. ; twenty-six quar- 
ings, including Pole, Plantagenet, Neville, ic t'/>.s(s — 
■., A leopard's head erased at the neck or, goixed with a laurel 
inch ppr., for Lowsdes; 2nd, A Saracens head affrontce ppr 
eathcd round the temples or and sa., belt and quiver ^uUl, for 
LBT. JI/o»o— Ways and means. 
Seot— Whaddon Hall, Stoney Stratford. 


See LowNDES-SioifE. 


LCWNDES, William", Esq. of Chesham, co. 
acks, J.P., LL.B. Trin. Hall Cambridge, Bar- 
9ter-at-Law, b. 28 May, 1834. 

ILllTCilflC. — Charles Lowndes, Esq. of Chesliam, co. 
icks. Secretary of the Treasury, son of William Lowndes, 
1-. also Secretary of the Treasury (by Rebecca his 4th wife, 

Lowndes 0/ (F/icc/c^on), to. Anne, eldest dau. and coheir 
Charles Shales, Esq. of London, by Anne his wife, dau. 
d co-heir of Thomas Earrington, 4th in descent from the 
irriage of Sir Thomas Earrington, of Earrington Hall, 
~cx, with the Hon. Winifred Pole, granddau. and co-heir of 
ugaret Plantagenet, Countess of Salisbury, dau. and sole 
ir of George, Duke of Clarence, brother of King Edward IV. 
Burke's Rnijal Fainilies, Pedigree xxvi.). By this lady 

. Secretary Lowndes was father of 

William Lowndes, Esq. of Chesham, a Commissioner of 
:cise, m. Lydia Mary, dau. of liobcrt Osborne, Esq., Coin- 
isioner of the navy, and had a son and successor, 

William Lowndes, Esq. of Chesham, m. Harriet Wilson, 
dau. of John Kingston, Esq. of llickmausworth, co. Herts, 
and left issue, 

William, of Chesham. 

Charles (Rev.), of Trin. Coll. Cambridge, M.A., Rector of 
Hartwell and Little Hampden, Aylesbury, to. Bucks, vi. 
Jane, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Walker, Rector of Standon, 
CO. Stafl'ord. 

William Henry. Joseph. 

Jlary, m. Capt. Ch.arles Eaton. 

Elizabeth, m. Rev. Charles Henry Tyler, M.A., Rector of 
Chelwood, near Bristol. 

Harriett, hi. Capt. Thomas Roberts. 

Mr. Lowndes d. 1S31, and was s. by his eldest son, 

William Lowndes, Esq. of Chesham, J.l'. for cos. Bucks and 
Herts, D.L. for the former co., and High Sheriff 1848, of Trin. 
Hall, Cambridge, B.C.L. 1832, b. 24 Nov. 1807 ; m. 1st, 12 Aug. 
1830, Mary Harriet, 3rd dau. of Kender Mason, Esq. of Beel 
House, Amersham, and by her (who d. 18 April, 183C; had 
two sons, 

WiLLi.vM, now of Chrsham. 

Joseph, b. 2 July, 1S35, Lieut. 26th regt. 

He )/i. 2ndly, 15 June, 1837, Martha, 3rd dau. of Robert Sutton, 
Esq. of Rossway, co. Herts, and by her had issue, 

James, b. 22 April, 18.38. 

George, b. 13 Aug. 1846. 

Katherine Martha, deccafed. 

Clara. Mary. Anne. 

Mr. Lowndes petitioned for the ancient barony of Monthermer, 
and his claim was referred to the Committee for Privileges of 
the House of Lords. He d. Aug. 1864, and was s. by his eldest 
son William, now of Chesham. 

Arms — Quarterly, 1st and Gth, Lowndes, as in last Article; 
2nd, Shales, gu., six escallops arg., three, two, and one ; 3rd, 
Barmngton, arg. three chevrons t;u., a label of as many points 
az. ; 4th, Pole, per pale or and sa. a saltire engrailed counter- 
changed; 5th, Plantagenet, gu., three lions passant yuardant 
or. Crest — Same as Lowndes of Whaddon. MoUo — Ways and 

(beat— The Bury, Chesham, co. Bucks. 


Lowndes, G-eoege Alan, Esq. of Barrington 
Hall, Essex, D.L. for Essex, and J.P. for that co. 
and Herts, High Sheriff for Essex 1861, b. 28 May, 
1829 ; m. 1st, 13 Nov. 1856, Helen E'nma, 2nd 
dau. of the late Eev. Ai'thur Johnson Danyell, of 
Kampisham Manor, co. Dorset (by Elizabeth his 
wife, only child and heiress of John Daniell, Esq. 
of Hendford House, Somersetshire), and by her (who 
d. at Naples 14 Feb. 1S63) has issue, 

I. Alan Gardner, 6. 21 Aug. 1857; d. 7 Feb. 1SC3. 

II. Alan Herbert Watlington, b. 4 July, IfcCa. 
I. Ethel Helen Mary. 

He m. 2ndly, 6 Oct. 1866, Fanny, 4th dau. of the 
late George Farley, Esq. of Henwick House and 
Froxraoor Court, co. Worcester. Mr. G. A. 
Lowndes, whose patronymic is Clayton, assumed 
the name and arms of Lowndes on succeeding to 
the estates of the late Thomas Lowndes, Esq. of 
Barringtou Hall. 

JLincaffC. — George Clayton, Esq. of Lostock Hall, co. 
Lancaster, by Dolly his wife, youngest sister of the 1st Lord 
Gardner, and widow of Robert Barrie, Esq., was father of 

William Clayton, Esq. of Lostock Hall, 6. 18 June, 1790; 
m. 1823, Mary, dau. of Edward Ciiadwick Gobst, Esq. of 
Preston (of whom hereafter}, and by her (who d. 12 Jan. 184'2> 
had issue, 

Oeorge Alan, his heir. 

Edward-ffarington (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Ludlow, Salop, m, 
9 April, 1874, Victoria Alexandrina. youngest dau. of Col. 
Hon. K. H. Clive and Baroness Windsor (stc Burke's Fecrage 
and Baronetayi), by whom he has issue. 

William Barrie. 

Valentine Gardner, Major Royal Engineers, m. Mary Ellen, 
2nd dau. of late P. Serjeantson, Esq. of Liverpool. 

Francis Starkie, Commander R.N., m. 1872, i:iizabeth Har- 
riett, dau. of Rev. W. House, who d. Aug. 1876. 

Eliza Dolly, id. 30 April, 1846, Capt. Charles Edward Stanley, 
who d. 13 Aug. 181U. 

Mary Caroline. 

Fiances Mildred, d. 20 Sept. 1868. 

31r. Lowndes d. July, 1863, and was s. by his eldest son. 





J'amiln of ^ofonbcs. | 

KoBEKT Lowndes, of Overton (grandson of John Lowndes, 
of Overton, and Alice his wife, dau. of Randle llodc, of Rode, 
and onl}' son of John Lowndes, of the same place, by Alice, 
dau. of Robert Stephenson, of Dalby, co. Lincoln), m. Eleanora 
Eaven, and had a son and heir, 

William Lowndes, of Overton and Lea, in. Elizabeth, dau. 
and co-heir of Ralph Lowndes, of Iladley and Lea, and had 

John, of Overton and Lea, who, by Anne his wife, had an 
only chilli, Sarah; la. Awn.shain Churcuill, and had issue. 
She sold Lea and Overton to her uncles. 

Samuel, drowned 1707. 

Robert, of whom presently. 

Thomas, who purchased (Jverton. lie founded t!ic Professor- 
ship of Astronomy at Cambridge. 
The 3rd son, 

Robert Lowndes, Esq., purchased Lea from his niece, Sarah. 
By Ruth Graves, his 1st wife, he had an only child, Elizabeth, 
<l. s. p. He rii. 2ndly, Mary, nee Kenyon, widow of the Rev. 
\\. Turton, and had issue, 

I. Edward, of Charleston. 

II. ItOBERT, of Pultcrton, en. Derby, sometime of Widcombe, 
Somerset, in. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Richard Millies, 
of Chesterfield, and by her (who d. 1769) had, with a son, 
Milncs, d. s. p., aged 36, another son, the late Thomas 
Lowndes, Esq. of Jjarrinftton. 

I. Mart, m. Chadwick Gorst, Esq. of Preston, and d. 1804, 
having had issue by him (who d. 1797), 
Edward Gobst, Esq. of Preston, who, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of James Wigglesworth, Esq. had issue, 

1 Thomas, of Palterton, who took the name of Lowndes. 

2 Edward Chaddocx, assumed the surname of Lowndes, 
ra. Elizabeth, dau. of J. D. Nesham, Esq. of Houghton- 
le-Spring, co. Durham, and left issue (see Lowndes of 
CfiMlecombe), d. Sept. 1B72. 

1 Elizabeth. 2 Barbara Jane. 

3 Mary, m. William Clayton, Esq. of Lostock Hall, 
and was mother of the present Mr. Lowndes of bur- 
rington Hall. 

4 J>orothy Anne, m. William Adam Hulton, Esq., Ear- 
rister-at Law, and had issue. 

y( /•!/!.?— Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Lowndes, arg. fretty az. on 
a canton sa. a lion's head erased or; 2nd and 3rd, Clayton, 
arg., a cross engrailed sa. between four torteaux. Cresta — 
Lowndes, A lion's head erased or; Clayton, A dexter arm 
embowed, the hand grasping a dagger, the point to the dexter, 
all arg. 

Smt — Earrington Hall, Hatfield, Broad Oak, Essex. 

Note. — A branch of the House of Overton was formerly 
seated at Bostock Hall, co. Chester, and afterwards at Hassal 
Hall in the same co., a scion of which settled in South Carolina, 
Korth America. They descended from 

John Lowndes, of Bostock Hall, Gent., son of Rtchard 
Lowndes and grandson of William Lowndes, Esq., Unvp. Queen 
Elizabeth, a descendant of a younger son of the House of 
Overton, who purchased Bostock Hall in that reign. He m. 
Jane, dau. of John Weld, Esq. of Weld House, and sister and 
co-heir of William Weld, Esq. of Hastal Hall, by whom (who 
d. Feb. 1690) he had ten children. He d. 18 May, 1667. Of 
his children, 

1. Richard, his heir, was bapt. 13 Oct, 1015, and was s. 
14 Jan. 1709, by his son, 

Richard, h. Oct. 1673, whose great-grandson, William 
Lowndes, Esq. of Hassal Hall, b. 179.% (/. s. p. and be- 
queathed all his estates to his niece. Miss Susana Kirkby 
Keddal, his sister's dau. 
It. Charles, bapt. 6 Dec. lOSS, who had, by Sarah his wife, 
a son, 

Charles, who settled in early life in the Island of St. 
Christopher, or St. Kitts, in the West Indies, and later 
removed to Charleston, South Carolina. He in. Ruth, 
dau. of Henry Rawlins, and d. March, 1736, leaving 
three sons, 

1 William, whose grandson, John, was Surveyor-General 
of Dominica, and d. 1812. 

2 Charles, a Planter in Colleton County, and Provost 
Marshal for South Carolina in 17o2, m. Jeanuie Perry, 
and (I. 1763, leaving a son, Charles. 

3 Rawlins, Provost Marslial for South Carolina 1742, 
was called to the Colonial Bar. He opposed the British 
Government throughout the War of Independence, and 
was appointed President of South Carolina 10 March, 
1778. He was three times married, 1st, I.") Aug. 1748, 
Amarinthia, dau. of Thomas Elliott, of Rantoule.';, 
d. s. p. 14 Jan. 1750 ; 2ndly, 23 Dec. 1751, Mary Cart- 
wright, of Charleston, by whom he had, with four 
daus., two sons to survive, Thomas and James; and 
3rdly, Sarah Jones, of Georgia, by whom he had a 
son, William. He d. at Charlestown 2t Aug. 1800, and 
from him descends the present family of Lowndes 
of South Carolina. 


Lowndes, Edwaed Chaddock, Esq. of Palter- 
ton Hall, CO. Derby, and Castle Combe, Wilts, J.P., 
h. 6 Dec. 1833, M.A. Trin Coll. Cambridge, High 
Slieriff Wilts 1874. This gentleman, son of the late 
Edward Chaddock Lowndes. Esq. (previously 
Gorst), assumed the surname and arms rf 
Lowndes by royal license, 18 July, 1853, in com- 
pliance -with the testamentary injunction of his 
great-unclcj Eobert Lowndes, Esq. of Palterton. 

3LilTCil3C. — Mr. Lowndes is a descendant of the very 
ancient family of Lowndes, formerly of Leigh Hall and 
Overton, Cheshire (see preceding Memoir). His father, 
Edward Chaddock Lowndes, Esq. (formerly Edward Chad- 
dock Gorst) m. 1830, Elizabeth, dau. of John DowthwaiU 
Neshom, of Houghton-le-Spring, Durham, and by her (who ^' 
4 Dec. 1848) had issue, 

Edward Chaddock, now of Palterton Hall and Castlecoml)e,| 

John Eldon Gorst, sometime M.P. for Cambridge, iii. Mary; 
dau. of the Rev. L. Moore, and has, with other issue, a sonj 
John Eldon. 

Henry Sandiford Gorst, d. 1852. 

Thomas William Gorst. Robert Campbell Gorst, R.IT. 

Elizabeth Jane, m. the Rev. W. L. Clay, and has issue. 

Jlary Rachel Gorst. 

Frances Ann Georgina Gorst, d. young. 

Emily Barbara, to. Capt. W. E. Gordon, R.N., and has issue. 
Mr. Lowndes d. 9 May, 185D. 

Arras — Arg., fretty az. a canton gu. thereon a lion's heai 
erased or, quartering Gorst. Crest — A lion's head erased or 
gorged with a wreath of laurel vert. 

Heat — Castlecombe, near Chippenham. 


Lowndes, James, Esq. of Arthurlie, co. Renfrew 
J.P., b. 1822, Capt. in the Prince of Wales' roya 
rcgt. of Renfrewshire Militia ; appointed 1858 to tht 
Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms ; m. 1859 
Eleanor Jane, dau. of John Marston, Esq. 

ILtnCilflC. — This family settled at a very early period Si 
CO. Chester, and from a younger branch of the Cheshire famil; 
of Lowndes is stated to have descended, 

James Lowndes, Esq. of Arthurlie (youngest son of MatthM 
Lowndes, Esq.), who purchased Arthurlie from his nephew 
John Lowndes, Esq., son of his elder brother, John. He w 
Katharine, eldest dau. of Joseph Taylor, Esq., of Dorsf 
(whose grandfather was for many years M.P. for that co.), an 
(/. 27 July, 1813, leaving issue, William, his heir ; James 
Charles; John (Rev.) M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxford, m. ChM 
lotte, dau. of the Rev. J. Bartholomew, of co. Northamptoi 
by whom he had issue two sons (John, 47th foot; and Jamt 
Bartholomew); and Joseph. The eldest son, 

William Lowndes, Esq. of Arthurlie, J. P. and D.L., il 
1817, Janet, dau. of Adam Keir, Esq., Banker, of Paisley, an 
d. Nov. 1849, leaving issue, James, now of Arthurlie; Adai 
Keir, d. 31 Jan. 1856; Isabella; and Katherine. 

Arms — Arg., fretty az. on a canton gu., a lion's head eraM 
or. Crest — A lion's head erased or, with a wreath of laure 

iSeot— Arthurlie, near Renfrew, N.E. 


LowET, Egbert William, Esq. of Pomero 
House, CO. Tyrone, B.A.. Brasenose Coll. OxfoK 
J.P. and D.L., M.R.I.A., B.arrister-at-Law, Hig 
Sherifl' 1852, h. 30 Dec. 1816 ; in. 1 July, 1855 
Frances Elizabeth, youngest dau. and co-heir C 
Benjamin Humphrey Geale Brady, Esq. of Mour 
Geale, co. Kilkenny, and has had issue, 

I. Robert Thomas Graves, 6. 16 Jan. 1857, Lieut. 1 
Dragoon Guards. ii. William Lowry, d. young. 

I. Mary Ann Catherine. ii. Letitia Maria. 

iLillCilQC— This is a junior branch of Earl Belmorc 
family, and claims to be descended from a common ancest( 
witli the family of Laurie of MaxwelUon, Barts., now extim 
in the male line. 

The Rev. James Lowky, of Tullyhog, 6. 1707, 4th son i 
Robert Lowry, Esq. of Ahenis (ancestor of the Earls Bei 
more), by Anne his wife, dau. of the Rev. James Sinclair, < 
Holyhill, CO. Tyrone, was Rector of Clogherny, and altc 
wards of Desertcreight, co. Tyrone, where he d. 1787. He r, 





>•, elder ilau. of John Kicharclson, Esq. M.r., of Rich 
0. AriuaRli, and sister of Mary, Viscountess Gosforil, 
11(1- (who d. 1771) he had issue, 

KoiiEBT, of Pomcroy. 

. .lolin, llcctorof Cloghemy, m. 1772, Susannah, only child 
;uul heiress of the llev. George UnderwooJ, Hector ol Kcn- 
cutt, CO. Oxford, and had issue, 

1 The Rev. James Lowry, Rector of Cloghemy, 6. 3 April, 
1773; U. 4 Nov. 1852. He m. Harriet, dau. of James 
Duberley, Esq. of Heusham Hall, co. Oxford, by whom 
(who d. a Jan. 1843) he hud issue an only child, 
1 Harriet Jlartha, m. William Owen Jackson, Esq., Eav- 
rister-at-Law, deceased. She li. 1 June, 1870, without 
■2 JancLowry, ;n. 1805, Charles, Frederick Barnwell, Esq., 

now deceased. She d. 1 Sept. 1862, leaving issue. 
1 James, from whom the Rockdale branch, 
ster, m. Thomas Dickson, Esq., M.l'. 

, ..lest son, 
;.iBF.RT LowBT, Esq. of Pomeroy, 6. 2 Oct. 174S; d. 1S02; 
17 77, Eliza, dau. of Major William Tighe, of Ballyshannon, 
1 by her (who d. 1822) had issue, 
. lames, 14th Light Dragoons, b. May, 1778 ; d. unm. 1807. 

I. UoBERT William, late of Pomeroy. 

II. John, formerly 8th regt. 

V. Armar, of 4oth regt., wounded at Orthes, d. 18 June, 
1^70, aged 85. 

, , William, of Drumreagh, near Dungannon, co. Tyrone, 
f irmerly Commander R.N., m. 1819, Isabella (who d. 21 
N'V. 1873), dau. of the Rev. John Graham, Rector of 
V meroy and Mullinagore, co. Tyrone, and d. 19 April 
1^75, acred 82, leaving issue, ' 

1 K birt William, late Lieut.-Col. 47th regt., now Lieut. - 
Gen. in the army, served in the Crimea, and has medal 
with three clasps, Turkish medal and five clasps, and the 
Medjidie, 6. 20 March, 1824; m. 9 June, 1863, Emily 
Kohesia, dau. of Sir Henry G. Ward, G.C.M.G., Lord 
High Commissioner Ionian Islands, Governor of Madras, 
(fee, and has issue, 

Robert Swinburne, Lieut. R.N., 6. 4 March, 1854. 
"William Henry, Lieut. 21st Royal Scots Fusilior.=, 6. 2 
Dec. 1855. Henry Ward, 6. 26 Jan. ISoJ. 

Charles E. Corry, 6. 6 Sept. 1863. 
Arthur Cole, 6. 18 Sept. 1864. 
James Herbert, 6. 14 May, 1866. 
Ernest AVard, 6. 15 Feb. 1871. 
Emily Hope. Mary Georgina. 

2 William John, Lieu'* E.N., d. 1864. 3 John Honry. 

4 James Arniar, late Capt. 47th regt. d. 24 April, ls61. 
He went through the Crimean campaign. 

5 Armar Graham, Capt. 8th foot, formerly Capt. 41st 
regt., with which he served in the Crimea, and has medal 
with three cla.*ps, Turkish medal and 5th class ot the 
?Iedjidie. He iii. 10 Dec. 1869, Margaret, dau. of the late 
Robert Newton, Esq. 

1 Elizabeth. 

2 Isabella Hester, to. 17 Nov. 1864, John Toler, Esq., M.D. 

3 Mary Grace, d. 20 Feb. 1857. 

[. Evcrina, d. unm. ii. Hester, d. 4 March, 1863. 

;ii. Elizabeth, d. 19 Jan. 1867. iv. Maria, d. umn. 

Idest surviving son, 
...niERT William Lowkt, Esq. of Pomeroy House, J. P. and 
L., High Sheriff co. Tyrone 1812. 6. 1787; r,i. 6 Feb. Isl5, 

:. only dau. of Admiral Samuel Graves, the elder brother 

1 Thomas Graves, K.B., and had issue, 

KmEKT William, now of Pomeroy House. 
John Fetherstonhaugh, of Belniore, co. Westmeath, Dora- 
ville, CO. Tyrone, oncl Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin, B.A., Erase- 
i.ose Coll. Oxford, Barrister-atLaw, J. P., ni. 12 Sept. 1854, 
Dorothea Eliza, dau. of William John Moore, Esq., and 
relict of George Foliiott, Esq. of Vicars Cross, Cheshire, 
nnd has issue, a dau., Anna Graves. 

omas Graves, R.E., killed at Sebastopol, 7 June, 1855. 

>ter. Id. 27 May, 1802, the Rev. Ricliard Johnston, Rector 

1 Kilmore, co. Armagh (his 2nd wife); and d. 1 June, 

za Catherine, m. 9 Jan. 1850, Capt. J. Herbert Arm- 

:ong, of Kilclare, King's Co., who d. 17 Aug. 1873, 

tving issue. 

iia Jane, m. 2 April, 1809, John Malone, Esq. of Barons- 

u, CO. Westmeath (his 2nd wife). 

"is— Sa., a cup arg. with a garland of laurel between two 
. hes of the same, all issuing tliereout ppr. Cnst — Two 
1 branches intcrfretted ppr. MoUo over — Floreant Lauri ; 
below, Virtus semper viridis. 
i — Pomeroy House, Pomeroy, co. Tyrone. 


LowRT, James Cokey Jones, Esq. of Eoclxdalo, 

Tyrone, J.P. and D.L., la'tc Capt. R.A., and now 

ajor of the Prince of Wales' Donegal Artillery 

Militia, served in India during the snppression of 
the Mutiny, for which ho has a medal, 6. 2(5 Jur>e 
1835 ; m. 20 Oct. 1863, Elizabeth Jackson, 2nd dau. 
of Thomas Greer, Esq. of Tullylagau, co. Tyrone, 
and widow of the Kcv. Thomas F. Bushc, and haa 
I. Dorinda Florence. ii. Wilhelmina Ethel. 

ILtnCntir, — James Lowrt, Esq. of Rockdale, co. Tyrone, 
f3rd son of the Rev. James Lowry, of Desertcreight (see Lowrt 
of Pomeroy), iii. 1785, Martha, dau. of the Right Rev. James 
Leslie, D.D., Bishop of Limerick, by his wife, Joice, sister and 
eventual heir of Thomas Lyster, Esq. of LystcrQeld, co. Ros- 
common, and by her (who d. Dec. 1831) had issue, James, of 
whom presently, and Hester, m. to WiUiam Chaigneau Colvill, 
Esq., an eminent merchant in Dublin, and a Director of the- 
Bank of Ireland. Mr. Lowry d. 7 Jan. 1790, and was s. by his- 

James Lowry, Esq. of Rockdale, h. 1787 ; m. 1st, Harriet, 
youngest dau. of Thomas Pepper, Esq. of Ballygarth Castle, 
CO. Meath, and by her (who d. 18 April, lb34) had issue, 

I. James Corrt, his heir. 

II. Edward Leslie, 6. 1811 ; d. unm. 9 Nov. 1833. 

III. Thomas William, b. 1814; d. uniii. 31 July, 1852. 

IV. Hercules, 6. 1817; d. uam. 27 July, 1851. 

V. Armar, b. 8 May, 1821; Adjutant 2nd Tower Hamlets 
Volunteers, formerly Capt. 30th regt. ; m. Jane, 2nd duu. of 
Joseph Greer, Esq. of the Grange, co. Tyrone, and has had 

1 Mary Jane, d. 30 Jan. 1861. 

2 Harriet Pepper, lii. 11 April, 1S72, Frederick Stutficld, 

\i. Octavius, 6. 25 Dec. 1824, Adjutant Galway Militia, late 
Capt. 96th regt., Major in the army; i;i. 24 Nov. 1851, 
Arabella, 5th dau. of the late James Jones, Esq. of Mount. 
Edward, co. Sligo, and has issue, 1 Thomas Pepper Ernest, 
6. 8 Oct. 1852, Lieut. 1st West India reut. ; 2 William Hay 
Talbot, 6. 2 Dec. 1854; I Julia Edith Vivian; 2 Florence- 
Emily Jane. 

VII. Robert, b. 5 Nov. 1826; m. 17 June, 1S52, Louisa, dau. 
of the late Thomas Braddell, Esq. ; and rf. without issue, 
15 Aug. 1864. 

I. Henrietta Martha, to. 28 Aug. 1852, her cousin, Henry 
Lowry Barnwell, Esq., who d. 20 March, 1853. She rf. 20 
Oct. 1872. II. Charlotte, d. unm. July, 1834. 

III. Joice, TO. 1st, her cousin, F.dward Leslie Colvill Esq.; 
and 2ndly, Henry Loftus Tottenham, Esq. 

IV. Georgina, ra. 16 Jan. 1852, WiUiam Acton, Esq. 

V. Mary Louisa Pepper, d. v.iira. 11 Aug. 1S60. 

Mr. Lowry m. 2ndly, 15 June, 1835, Emily, eldest dau. of 
Joseph Greer, Esq. of Grange, co. Tyrone, and by her (who 0,. 
22 April, 1851) had issue, 

VIII. Henry MacGregor, &. 17 Dec. 1833; Capt. and Brevet 
Major 12th regt. ; m. 24 April, 1867, JIargaret Eliza, eldcsli 
dau. of Ranulph Dacre, Esq., and has issue, I Henry Dacre, 
b. Aug. 1868; 2 Hubert Leslie, b. 1870. 

VI. Emily, m. 25 Oct. 1873, John Richardson, Esq., of Trew- 
mount, CO. Tyrone. vii. Martha Leslie, d. 3 July, 1862. 

Mr. Lowry d. 14 June, 1847, and was s. by his eldest son, 

James Cokrt Lowrt, Esq. of Rockdale, Q.C., Master of tho 
Court of Exchequer in Ireland, b. I Nov. 1809 ; m. 1st., 
Dorinda, 2nd dau. of the late James Jones, Esq. of MounD 
Edward, co. Sligo, Capt. co. Sligo MiUtia, and by her (who 
d. 8 Feb. 1845) had issue, 

James Corrt Jones, now of Rockdale. 

Edward Leslie Barnwell, b. 27 May, 18.37, late Capt. 81st 
regt. ; to. 1st, 27 April, 1865, Eliza Anno, only child of 
Thomas Taylor, Esq. of Earsdon, co. Northumberland, by 
whom (who d. 23 Dec. 1809) he has issue, i. Evelyne Eliz.-.; 
II. Maud Ethel. He »;. 2ndly, 18 June, 1872, Edith Clar.i. 
Ilalyman, only child of Samuel Saimders, Esq., and bus 
surviving issue, i. James Taylour, 21 Aug. 1875; ii. UiiUa, 
Clara Leslie; iv. Joice Leslie. 

Thomas Pepper, b. 13 July, 1839 ; d. Jan. 1847. 

George Pepper, 6. 22 July, 1843. 

John Robert ColvUl, b. 19 Dec. 1844; A.B.. T.C.D., Indian 
Medical Staff: m. 26 April, 1871, Adela Hastings, dau. of 
William J. B. Lyons, Esq. He d. 19 July, 1873, and hia 
widow re-married J.B. Allanson, Esq. 

Harriett, );i. 30 Jan. 1858, Michael Obins Seeley Jones, Esq. 
who d. 5 April, li-GO. 

Eliza, m. 29 Sept. 1863, John Twigg, Esq., Barristcr-ai-Law, 
Mr. Lowry to. 2ndly, Ellen, widow of Frederick Gamble, Esq. ; 
and 3rdly, 1853, Jane, eldest dau. of Booth Jones, Esq. of 
Strydagh, co. Sligo, by whom he bad a son, 

Somerset Thomas Corry, b. 21 March, 1855. 
He d. 20 June, 18C9. 

Arms, frext. and Ji/o/toc.!— Same as Lowrt (/ fojiiaoy. 
Seat — Rockdale, Dungannon, co. Tyrone. 






LowsLET, Luke, Esq. of Hampstead Norrcvs, 
Berks, Patron of that Living and tlie neighbouring 
Living of Hermitage, b. 7 Aug. 1828 ; m. 12 July, 
1865, Mary Maria, younger dan. of William Dewes, 
Esq. of Wyld Coui-t, Berks, by whom he has issue, 

I. Lionel Dewe, 6. 12 May, 1866. 

n. Warin Ashbel, 6. 20 June, 1867. 

m. Gerald, b. 28 Dec. 1868. 

IV. Horace, b. 6 June, 1870. 

Y. Montagu, b. 24 Sept. 1872. 

I. Miriam Marie, 6. 26 April, 1874. 

II. Naomi Ella, 6. 9 July, 1876. 

ICtltCagC— This family claims descent from Sir ATilliam 
Lisle, a Knight and High Sheriff for the co. of Ecrks in 

William Lowslet. Esq. of Kingston Eakcpuze, in. April, 
1616, Christian, relict of James Horter, Esq., by whom he had 
issue, one son, 

William Lowslet, Esq., h. 1610; m. 14 Sept. 1042, Frances, 
dau. of Edmund Knyvett, Esq., of Norfolk, by whom he had 
issue two sons, William and John, and one dau. He d. 1671. 

William Lowslet, Esq., elder son, 6. 1 Sept. 1644 ; m. Nov. 
1674, Sarah, dau. of Walter Haycroft, Esq., by whom he had 
issue three sons, .Joseph, Richard, and John. lie sold his 
lands near Abingdon, but left remainder to his eldest son, 

Joseph Lowslet, Esq. 6. 7 March, 1G81'; rn. 27 March, 17.32, 
Mary, dau. of James CoUins, Esq., co. Berks, by wnom he 
left at his decease, Oct. 1750, with a dau., Elizabeth, a son, 

Joseph Lowslet, Esq., 6. 1733; m. Sept. 1757, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Andrew Clack, Esq., by whom he had issue two sons 
and two daus. He bought and handed down property at 
Cherrington and Minchinhampton, co. Gloucester. He ('. 1811. 

John Lowslet, Esq., elder son, b. 1760; m. Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Holliday, Esq., by whom he had issue two daus., Mary 
and Harriett, but no son. His dau. Mary, b. 1804, m. 24 
April, 1845, George Williams, M.A. of Withenford, co. Wor- 
cester, and their dau. and heiress, Mary Caroline Eleanor, 6. 
1846, m. 1868, William Wright Hoole, Esq. of Crooksmore 
House, CO. York. 

Joseph Lowslet, Esq. a younger son, 6. 19 Sept. 1765; m. 
Mary Bosley. He inherited from his f,\ther the Berkshire 
property, and bought in 1816 the estate of Hampstead 
Norreys, co. Berks, which he handed down. He d. 23 April, 

Job Lowslet, Esq., of Hampstead Norreys, elder son, of 
above, 6. 20 Nov. 1790; m. 5 Nov. 1827, Ruth, dau. of William 
Robinson, co. Berks. He collected a large library of antique 
books, which he handed down. He d. 8 July, 1S55, leaving 

I. Lute, now of Hampstead Norreys. 

II. Jethro, b. 12 June, 1834; to. 2 Feb. 1856, Mary, only 
dau. of J. Matthews, Esq., co. Berks. 

III. Obed, M.R.C.S., L.S.A. of London; h. 7 May, 1833; m. 
19 July, 1871 ; Mary, only dau. of R. Robinson, Esq. 

IV. Barzillai, Capt. R.E.; b. 19 Sept. 1840; -.a. 28 Jan. 1873, 
Ada Mansfield, elder dau. of J. H. Pollard, Esq. of Deme- 
rara, British Guiana. 

I. Adah, b. 18 Jan. 1846; to. 30 April, 1878, John War- 
rington Morris, Esq. of Richmond, Surrey. 

Anns — Or, a fcss between two chevrons sa., the one in chief 
accompanied of three crescents, two and one gu. — On a 
chapcau gu. turned up erm. a millstone arg. with milliind or. 
Motto — An I may. 

Stat — Hampstead Norreys, near Newbury. 



LowTHER, William Goeges, Esq. of Shrigley 
Hall, CO. Chester, Lieut. E.A., h. 11 Feb. 1850 ; m. 
1874, Hiirriet Agnes, only dau. of Rev. Edward 
Leigh Bennett, Rector of Long Sutton, co. Lincoln, 
and has a son, 

William Ebnest Huntingfoud, 6. 4 Dee. 1876. 

iLCllCTtQC— This is a younger branch of the very ancient 
family of Lowthcr, raised to the Peerage in 1696, under the 

title of LOXSDALE. 

Sib Christopher Lowtheb, of Lowther, co. Westmorland 
(whose eldest son. Sir John, was great grandfather of the 
1st Lord Lonsdale), had a 5th son, William, father, by his 
wife Eleanor, dau. of Anthonj' Wclbury, of Castle Eden, of 
Sir Hichabd Lowtuer, who m. Isabel, 2nd dau. of Sir Richard 
Fletcher, of Uuiton, and was father of 

GEORfiE LowTOEB, of SkWne Abbey, co. Meath, who m 
Frances, dau. of Henry Piers, Esq. of Tristernagh, and wai 
father of 

Edward Lowther, Esq. of Kilrue, co. Meath, who m. Marj, j 
dau. of Patrick Cusack, of Gerardstown, and was father of 

George Lowther, Esq. of Kilrue, M.P. ; m. 1711, Jane, daa I 
of Sir Tristram Bere.-ford, and sister of the 1st Earl of Typooi I' 
(see Peerage — Waterford), and had, with two daus., of whoir '' 
the youngest, Sophia, m. Rowley Hill, Esq., M.P., two sons, 
Gorges, of whom presently. 

Mabcus. MP., who ,n. 1743, Catherine, sister and heir o; 
Sir Eduurd Crofton, Bart.; assumed the name and arms o 
Crofton, and was created a Baeonet (see Peerage — Lobl 

The elder son. 

Gorges LowrnEB, Esq. of Kilrue, for fifty years M.P. fot 
Meath, m. Judith Usher, only sister of St. George, Lord St. 
George (whose only dau. Emilia Olivia, m. AVilliam Robert, 
2nd Duke of Leinster, and had, with a dau., Sophia, m. Col. 
William Irvine, of Castle Irvine, co. Fermanagh, a son and 

George Lowtheb, Esq., of Kilrue and of Lowther Lodge, 
CO. Dublin, m. Frances, dau. of Chambrc Brabazon Ponsonby, 
Esq. of Ash Grove, and grand-niece of Brabazon, 1st Earl of 
Bessborough, by whom he had issue. 

Gorges, his heir, of whom presently. ^, 

Chambie Brabazon Ponsonby, Rector of Orcheston, Willl^ 
m. Miss Coffin, and d. 1832, having had aa only son, 
Beresford, who d. young. 

Frances. Sophia Jane, Mrs. Alcock. 

Juliana, m. 1803, Capt. Thomas Penruddocke, of the Cold- 
stream Guards, 3rd son of Charles Penruddocke, Esq., M.P., 
of Compton Chamberlayne, co. Wilts (see Jiat FamUy). 
Mr. Lowther d. 1785. His eldest son. 

Gorges Lowther, Esq. of Hampton Hall, Somerset, and 
formerly of Kilrue, which he sold, M.P. for Ratoath 1790-1800, 
an officer 5th Dragoon Guards, 6. 1769; »i. 1st, July, 1794, 
Julia, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Huntingford, and niece of 
Dr. Huntingford, Bishop of Hereford, by whom (who ci. 1832) he 
had issue, 

I. Ponsonby (Rev.), d. unm. in Canada, 19 July, 1854. 

II. St. George, of Brading, Isle of Wight, late 69th refjt., 
111. 1st, Miss Amos; and 2ndly, Mina, dau. of A. Golding, 
Esq. of Maiden Earley, and has issue only by 2nd marriage, 

I. Bebesfobd. II. Lancelot. 

He d. 10 March, 1871. 

III. Bebesford (Rev.), b. 1813; J.P., B.A. Exeter Coll. 
Oxon, Vicar of Vowchurch, near Hereford, and Domestic 
Chaplain to the Earl of Lonsdale ; m. 1849, Laura Alice, 
3rd dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Horsford. 

IV. Brabazon, of Shrigley Hall, Macclesfield, co. Chester, 
J. P., B.A. Mcrton Coll. Oxon, to, Jan. 1847, Ellen Jane, 
only child of the late Thomas Legh, Esq., LL.D., F.A.S., 
of Lyme Park, co. Chester, and d. 1877, having had issue, 

1 Brabazon, 6. 7 Sept. 1847, deceased; 2 William Gorges, 
now of Shrigleyl; 3 Henry Crofton, b. 26 March, 1858; 
1 Eleanor Constance. 

V. Marcus, of Thornton, Ryde. Isle of AVight, Post Capt. 
R.N., m. Emily, Countess of Lerchenfcldt. 

VI. William Ponsonby, d. in New Zealand, 1842. 

I. Julia, m. the Rev. Harry Lee. 

II. Rosalie, ) , 

III. Frances Juliana, f «• «»^'«- 

IV. Maud, m. 1st, Thomas Legh, Esq. of Lyme, co. Clie?teT: 
and 2ndly, A. J. Deschamps De La Tour, Esq. of Milford, 
Hants. V. Blanche, to. Allen Dent, Esq. 

VI. Sophia, m. W. M. Bridger, Esq. of Halnaker House, 
Sussex, and The Chantry, Bradford-on-Avon, co. Wilts, and 
had issue. 

Mr. Lowther m. 2ndly, 2 April, 1834, Julia, 2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Walter Trevelyan, 2nil son of Sir .John Trevelj-an, Bart, 
but by her, who survived him, had no issue. He d. 23 Feb. 
1854, aged 85. 

Arms^Or, six annulets sa. three two and one. Crest — A 
dragon passant arg. Motto — Magistratus indicat virum. 

Seat — Shrigley Hall, Macclesfield. 




LoxDALE, James, Esq. of Castle Hill, co. Cardi- 
gan, J.P. and D.L. for the cos. of Stafford, Salop, 
itnd Cardigan, High Sheriff co. Cardigan 1867, M.A. 
St. John's, Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law, b. 7 Oct. 

iLtnCilgC— This family traces its descent from 
Robert Loxdale, who lived at Mere Town, parish of Forton. 
CO. Stafford, on his own estate, by inheritance, in the time of 
HsjiBT VII. He m. Joan Undyrwood, by whom he had one son, 






MicnAEL LoxDALE, of Mere Town, who ?». 1559, Alice Grct- 
rk(>. and (/. April, 1694, leaving two sons and three daus. 
lest son, 

EKT LoxDAi-E of Mcrs Towh, bapt. 27 Dec. 15G4, had by 
;ied his wife, three daus. and one son, 
.MAS LoxDALE, of Mere Town, bapt. 19 Dec. 1599, whom. 
iali Worthington, by whom (who was buried 22 July, 1655) 
li:ul three sons and seven daus. The eldest son, 
John Loxdale, of Mere Town, b. lG-13 ; m. and had issue, 

■ Thomas Loxdale (Rev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, b. 
Dec. 1675, Vicar of Scighford, and Kector of Forton, 
'. Stafford, which he resigned in 1721, and became Kector 
if Tixal— "a man of learning and fond of antiquarian 
risearchcs," author of "Parochial Antiquities of Stafford- 
ire," and other local histories in JISS., cited in Shaw's 
-Staffordshire." He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Eld, Esq. 
. Leighford, and</. s. p. 

Richard, b. Oct. 1680 ; d. ». p. 7 Jan. 17.32. He was 
ic tirst of the family who settled at Shrewsbury, wliere he 
1 raitised as a Solicitor. He was an Ensign in the " Artillery 
rtL;iment raised voluntarily by the inhabitants in the year 
171.5, in opposition to the rebels," under Lord Viscount 
11. Joseph, of whom hereafter. 

■j- third son, 

-EFH LosDAtE, b. 8 Jan. 16S2, settled at Stafford, of which 
lie was Mayor in 1745. He m. Mary Thorley, of kin to 
;im of Wykeham, the Founder of Winchester and New 
.: , by whom he had issue, 

I. Thomas, of whom hereafter. 

II. Joseph, d. s.p. 

I Anne, m. Eichard Warren, of Stafford; c?. Oct. 1791, 
leaving issue three sons and one dau. Deborah. 

10 eldest son, 

Thomas Loxdale, 6. 29 July, 1720, Mayor of Shrewsbury 

71; m. Hannah Skitt, by whom he left issue, 

I. Thomas, J.P. and D.L. for Salop, b. 3 April, 1757; d. 
•25 Jan. 1842; m. his cousin, Deborah Warren, by whom he 
l:;id one dau., 

Anne, m. her cousin, John Loxdale, Esq., and d. 10 July, 


II. .JosEPn, of whom hereafter. 

HI. Richard, b. March, 1769; m. Jane Jeffreys; andfZ. April, 

1?48, leaving four sons. 
!. Mary, b. 1754; m. the Rev. Thomas Eden, M.A., Rector of 

Alvcrcott, Oxon, and Illmington, co. Warwick, and had 

i.-sue, William Henry Loxdale Eden, b. 10 Aug. 1783, d. 

Dec. 1868, without issue. 
II. Anne, m. the Rev. Thomas Coke, of Jesus Coll. Oxon, 

D.C.L., author of a Commentary on the Bible, and a friend 

of Wesley, and active member of the Wesleyan Conference. 

She d. without issue in 1812. 
m. Sarah, b. 10 Dec. 1760; m. Rev. Thomas Hill, Esq. of 

Alcaston Manor, Salop; and d. s. p. Dec. 1848. 

r. Loxdale d. 20 April, 1793. His 2nd son, 
Joseph Loxdale, Esq., 6. 12 Aug. 1759; m. 11 Fob. 1790, 
ana Maria, dau. of William Wood, Esq. of Bayston, Salop, 
id had issue, 

L Tliomas Wood, 6. March. 1791 ; d. s. 71. Jan. 18.'57. 
U. Joseph, b. 20 Aug. 1793, Mayor of Shrewsbuiy 1S30; 
d.s.p. March, 1838. 
m. jA>rES, now of Ca.'stle Hill. 

IV. John, J.P. for Salop and Mayor of .Shrewsbury 1840-.'i9, 
and 1873, b. 29 Aug. 1799: m. 1st, Anne Loxdale, his cousin, 
as above; 2ndly, Anna Rice, dau. of Rev. John Watson, 
D.D., Vicar of Ringstead-cum-Denford, and Great Dnding- 
ton, CO. Northampton, by whom (who ./. 1 Jan. 1860) he had 
issue, John Watson, GeoiTrey Watson Peele, Reginald 
James Rice, and Mary Jane Rice ; he r,i. 3rdly, Jane Phillips 
Bradley, widow of J. Bradley, Esq. of Lombard Street. 

V. George Henry, 6. 12 March, 1804; m. Sarah, dau. of His 
Honour George Bagot, High Sheriff of British Guinea, by 
whom he had issue three sons and five daus. 

▼I. Richard Skitt, d. an infant. 

I. Anna Maria, b. 7 April, 1792; d. 1863, having m. the Rev. 
Frederick Holmes, M.A., Professor at Bishop's Coll. Cal- 
cutta, leaving issue by him three sons and one dau. 

n. Sarah Elizabeth, ra. John Nathaniel Williams, Esq. of 
Castle Hill, and d. 14 Oct. 1867, without issue. 

ni. Henrietta Sophia, 6. 3 April, 1802 ; d. s. p. 20 March, 
1842. r , , I , 

TV. Charlotte Emilia, h. Jan. 1806; d. s. p. Dec. 1831. 
▼. Emma Louisa, b. 1 Feb. 1809; d. s. p. 7 April, lb69. 
V. Laura Matilda, b. April, 1812 ; d. s. p. Oct. 1820. 

r. Loxdale was Mayor of Shrewsbury 1797, and for upwards 
' half a century High Steward and Deputy Recorder of the 
orough of Shrewsbury. He rf. April, 1846. 

Arms — Enn., on a chief sa. three lions rampant or. Crest — 

bull's head coupcd ppr. 

&ai— Castle Hill, Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan. 


LoTD, Lewis, Esq. of Monk's Orchard, Kent, 
J.P. for Surrey, High Sheriff 1863, and a Commis- 
sioner of Lieutenancy for the City of London, b. 
10 Aug. 1811 ; m. 19 June, 1845, Frances Harriet, 
dau. of the late Admiral the Hon. Frederick Paul 
Irby, C.B., of Boyland HaU, Norfolk. 

3L t II CiUflC.— Edwakd Lotd, Esq. of Coombe House, Surrey, 
an eminent banker, ?re. 1809, Sarah, dau. of Joseph Taylor, Esq. 
of Blackley, co. Lancaster, and both d. Jan. 1863, leaving issue, 

Lewis, now of Monk's Orchard. 

Edward, of Lillesden, Kent (see that 3Temoir). 

William Jones, of Langleybury, Herts (.tr<; thnt Mcnoir). 

Sarah, m. H. B. Benyon, Esq. of Rounday Lodge, Leeds, 
who d. 1849; she d. 1858, and left four children. 

Catherine, m. 1844, T. Dyce Nicol, Esq., M.P., and has five 

Hannah, m. W. Entwistle, Esq. of Rushulme, Manchester, 
who d. 1865, and had four children. 

Fanny, m. 1847, James Sydney Stopford, Esq. ; andd. 1856, 
without issue. 

Stai — Monk's Orchard, West AViekham. 


Lotd, Edwaed, Esq. of Lillesden, Ha'svkhurst, 
Kent, J.P. and D.L. co. Lancaster, J.P. Kent, High 
Sheriff 1876, late Lieut.-Col. 6th Lancashire R.V., 
6. 19 April, 1820; vi. 12 March, 1846, Caroline 
Louisa, eldest dau. of the late John Frederic Foster, 
Esq. of Sale Priory, co. Chester, aud Keiupstone, 
Beds, and has issue, 

I. FKEDEnic Edward, 6. April, 1856. 

II. Llewellyn Foster, 6. June, 1861. 

I. Mary Louise. 

II. Elinor Sarah, jn. 21 Sept. 1876, George John, eldest son 
of George C. Courthope, Esq. of Whiligh, Sussex. 

in. Frances Helen. iv. Margaret Foster. 

V. Caroline Foster. 

Mr. Edward Loyd is 2nd son of the late Edward 
Loyd, Esq. of Coombe House, Surrey {see pre' 
ceding 3Iemoir). 
Seat — Lillesden Hawkhurst. 


Lotd, William Jones, Esq. of Langleyburr. 
Herts, J.P., High Sheriff 1861, Patron of two 
Livings, b. 1821 ; m. 1848, Caroline Gertrude, dau. 
of tlie late J. H. Vivian, Esq., M.P. of Singleton, 
CO. Glamorgan, and has issue, 

I. Lewis Vivian, Grenadier Guards. 

II. Edward Henry. ui. William Graham. 
IV. Arthur Heneage. 

I. Gertrude Sarah Loyd. 11. ITarriet Edith. 

III. Dulice Gwendoline. 

Mr. W. J. Loyd is 3rd son of the late Edward Loyd, 
Esq. of Coombe House, Surrey (see Lotd of 
Monk's Orchard). He was educated at Eton and 
Trin. Coll. Cambridge, and graduated B.A. 1843, 
M.A. 1846. He is a Commissioner of Lieutenancy 
of The City of London, and Commissioner of 
Public Works Loan. He unsuccessfully contested 
Eye in 1868. 
5e«<s—Langlebury, Watford; and Hern Cliff, Bournemouth. 


LiTAED, Geoege AtTGUSTrs, Esq. of Blyborougli 
Hall, CO. Lincoln, J.P., b. 25 Sept. 1824 ; 711. 23 
Aug. 1855, Maria Louisa Elizabeth, 4th dau. of 
the Rev. Joseph Story, of Bingfield, co. Cavan. 

ItijlCaSC— The Luards came from France at the Revoca- 
tion of the Edict of Nantes. The first of this fan.ily in 
England was 

Robert Abraham Luabd, from Caen, Normandy, who 
settled in London, and m. a Miss Verbecq, by whom he left an 
only son, 

Peter Abraham Luard, Esq., 6. 1703, who became a great 
Hamburgh merchant. He was one of the leading men cf 
London who signed an address to his Majesty George II., 
offering their services to defend him against the Pretender, 





1745. This gentleman ra. 1st, Miss Myre, by whom he hact a 
Bon, Peter Robert, of whom presently. He in. 2nclly, 
Henrietta Gabriella, dau. of the Eev. James Abraham Gilbert, 
Chaplain to William III., by Catherine his wife, dau. of John 
Pierre Boullier, Esq., and had, besides two daus. (one m. Mr. 
Davis, and the other Mr. Cazelet) a son, 
I. William, m. 27 Sept. 1764, Anne, only dau. of John 

Wright, Esq. of Hatfield Priory, Essex, and by her (who d. 

3 March, 1799; left at his decease, 29 Jan. 1802, 

1 John, 6. 1 June, 1766; n. 17 Aug. 1795, Charlotte Lucy 
Kynaston, of the ancient family of Kynaston of Hard- 
ioick, Salop, and had issue, 1 Thomas William, «i. 4 Nov. 
1835, Louisa Goorgina Sophia, eldest dau. of Plcv. 
Thomas Morgan, LL.D., Vicar of Hampton, Prebendary 
of Wells, and had issue an only child, Thomas Davies, m. 
1858, his cousin, Charlotte Eliza, dau. of Robert Luard, 
Esq., and d. leaving two daus., Ellen Christine ; and 
Mariana Florence ; 2 Peter, d. Jt?i7)i. ; 3 John, C.B., Col. 
in the Bengal army, ra. Louisa Mitchell, and has issue ; 4 
Kobert Davies, a Judge in India, m. Marianne, 2nd dau. of 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir Lionel Smith, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.H., and 
has issue, of whom the 2nd dau., Charlotte Eliza, m. 1st, 
1858, her cousin, Thomas Davies Luard, Esq., and 2ndly, 
Capt. Field, R.N. ; 1 Charlotte, m. the Kev. Richard 
Downes, d. s. p. ; 2 Eliza, m. the Rev. Charles Shukburgh. 

2 Peter, who assumed ihe additional surname and arms of 
Weight, on inheriting the estate of Hatfield. He in. 
Mary Anne Bennett, and had issue five sons and four daus. 
(me Wright of HatjieUl Priory). 

3 William Wright (see Ldard of The Lodge). 

1 Mary Anne, rn. Oct. 1796, George Hyde Wollaston, Esq. 

2 Henrietta, m. Charles Brown, Esq., who changed his 
name to Hunt. 

Mr. Luard d. 1768; liis son by hts 1st wife, 

Peter Robert Luard, E.sq., b. 25 Dec. 1727 ; m. .Jane, dau. 
of Zachariah Bourryau, Esq., a wealthy West Indian pro- 
prietor, who possessed estates in Granada and St. Kitts, and 
who, 1747, purchased the estate of Blyborough, co. Lincoln, 
from the family of Southcolc. By this lady Mr. Luard had 
issue, Peter John, of whom we treat; Francis, 711. Miss Shawe, 
and had issue; and Harriet, jji. Hungerford Spooner, Esq., 
and d. 1832. Mr. Luard d. 1802. His eldest son, 

Peter John Ldard, Esq. of Blyborough, Capt. 4th Dragoons, 
m. 1783-4, Louisa, dau. of Charles Dalbiac, Esq. of Hunger- 
ford Park, by his 1st wife, Miss De Visme, and by her had 

I. Charles EocRRTAr, his succes.=;or. 

II. Peter Francis, M.D., b. 10 Sept. 1786; m. 1816, Mary 
Magdalene, dau. of William Morgan, Esq., and had issue, 

1 Peter William, b. 1817 ; m. 1st, Emma Anne, dau. of 
Capt. J. Hodson, E.I.C.S., which lady d. 1841. He m. 
2ndly, Emelia Frcdcrica, dau. ofMaj.Crommelin,E.I.C.S., 
and has issue two sons and a dau., Peter, 0. 1843 ; Neville 
Edward, b. 1848; and Emelia Lucy. 

2 George Francis, 6.1821; in. 1843, Jane, dau. of Lieut. 
G. Hamilton, and has issue one son and three daus. 

3 Henry Reynolds, b. 1828, Capt. R.E. ; in. Caroline 
Leggatt, and d. 1870, leaving a son and a dau. 

4 Philip Edward, b. 1831, Lieut. R.N. 

1 Anne Louisa, d. xniin. 1827. 

2 Lucy, }7i. Rev. Arthur Charles Luard, Vicar of Wadworth. 

3 Mary, in. 1849, Joseph Stirling, Esq., Capt. It.N., and has 
two sons and one dau. 

III. George, b. 1788, was Major (half-pay), served in the 
Peninsula and at Waterloo; d. umn. Dec. 1847. 

IV. John, Lieut.-Col. late 10th regt., served in the R.N., 
1802-7, entered 4th Dragoons 1809, served in the Peninsula, 
and was at AVaterloo and Bhurtpore, &. 5 May, 1790; m. 
1826, Elizabeth, dau. of Col. William Scott, E.I.C., and 
dying 1875, left issue, 

1 Richard George Amherst, b. 29 July, 1827, Major-Gen., 
served in the Crimea and China, and in. 1863, Hannah, 
dau. of H. Chamberlin, Esq. of Narboro, Norfolk, by whom 
he has five sons and one dau. 

2 John Dalbiac, b. 31 Oct. 1831, late 82nd regt. ; d. 1860. 

3 Frederic Peter, Major Bengal Staff Corps, served in the 
Indian Campaigns 1857-8, and at Pekin with Fane's Horse ; 
TO. 1870, Lydia, dau. of — Palmer, Esq. of Jerusalem. 

4 Charles Henry, b. 1837, Major R.E. ; in. 1869, Amelia, 
dau. of — Martin, Esq., and has issue. 

1 Elizabeth Louisa. 

2 Susan Anne Maria, m. 1876, Gerald W. Martin, Esq., 
Bengal Staff Corps ; and d. Nov. 1877. 

V. Henry, a Banker, 6. 4 Dec. 1792; in. 1825, Jane, dau. of 
— lUchards, Esq., and has issue, Ifenry Richard, Charles 
William, William Richard, and Louisa. 

VI. Edward (Rev.), M.A., St. John's Coll. Camb., Rector of 
Winter-slow, Salisbury, 1846, b. 1795; in. July, 1821, Julia 
Darandu, dau. of Edward Coxe, Esq. of llampstead, and has 

1 Edward Charles, h. 11 April, 1826. 

1 Emma Amelia, in. 1851, C. R. Freeling, Esq., and has 
issue. 2 Julia 

VII. Robert Luard Selbt, of the Mote, Ightham, Kent, J.P., 

Brevet-Major and late Capt. R.A., b. 24 Oct. 1800; m. Ist, 
June, 1833, Mary, 3rd dau. of the late Col. Richard Elmhirst, 
of West Ashby, co. Lincoln, an;l by her had issue, 

1 Robert Reginald, Ensign 9th foot, 6. 15 March, 1837, 
accidentally killed 1857. 

2 Charles Edward, Capt. B.E., 6. 13 Oct. 1839. 

Major Luard m. 2ndly, Oct. 1850, Lewis Marianne, eldest 
dau. and co-heir of Prideaux John Selby, Esq. of Twizcll 
House, Northumberland, and The Mote, Ightham, Kent 
(on whose death Major Luard assumed the surname of 
Selbt), and widow of Charles John Bigge, Esq. of Linden, 
and by her has issue, 

3 Bertram Selby, b. 1853. 
1 Beatrice. 

vni. Octavius (Rev.), M.A. of St. John's Coll. Camb., b. 21 
June, 1804, Rector of Aunsby, co. Lincoln, m. Maria, dau. 
of W. C. Booth, Esq. of Twemlow, co. Chester, and has 
three sons and two daus. 

I. Louisa Susannah. 

Capt. Luard d. 23 May, 1836, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Charles Bodrryad Luaud, Esq. of Blyborough, b. 16 ApriJ^ 

1785; m. 23 Aug. 1821, Henrietta, eldest dau. and of 

John Armytage, Esq. of Northampton (brother of the late Sir 

George Armytage, Bart.), and had issue, 

George Augustus, now of Blyborough. 

John Godfrey, b. 21 Oct. 1829; m. 17 Oct. 1861, Frances, dau. 

of Thomas W. Lawford, Esq., and d. 5 Nov. 186'2, leaving 

a son, John Godfrey, b. 13 Dec. 1862. 
Frederic, Capt. R.A., b. 3 Feb. 1831; d. umn. 27 April, 1858. 
Alfred, b. 30 Jan. 1832; m. 18 Oct. 1866, Edith, 2nd dau. of 

J. Johnson, Esq. of Sunnyside, Canada West, and has issue. 
Arthur Charles (Rev.), B.A., b. 30 Jan. 1832; m. '23 July, 

ISGl, Lucy, eldest dau. of Peter F. Luard, M.D., and haft 

Henriette Louisa, m. April, 1845, the Rev. Thomas Booth 

Wright, M.A., Rector of Broughton, co. Lincoln, 2nd son of 

the Rev. Godfrey Wright, of Billiam House, co. York. 
Louisa, d. umn. 18 April, 1845, aged 19. 
Maria Jane, d. unm. 27 April, 1845, aged 16. 

Mr. Luard d. 26 May, 1855. 

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sa., a lion rampant arg. hold- 
ing between the paws an estoile pierced of the last, for Luard; 
2iid, gu., a chevron between three estoiles pierced arg., for 
Bourryau ; 3rd, gu. a lion's head erased between three crosses- 
crosslet arg., a crescent for difference, for Armytage. Crent — 
Ademi-lion rampant )ipr. holding between the paws an estoile 
pierced arg. il/o^o— Prospice. 

Seat — Blyborough Hall, Kirton-in-Lindsay, co. Lincoln. 




Lttaed, William G-aenham, Esq. of The Lodge, 
Witham, Essex, J.P. and D.L., C.B., Eear-Aclmiral 
R.N., b. 1820 ; m. 1 April, 1858, Charlotle, 3rd 
dau. of the Rev. Henry Du Cane, of The Grove, 
Witham, and has issue (with eight daus.), 

I. William Dd Cane. 
III. Herbert Du Cane. 

II. George Du Cane, d. 1873. 
IV. Arthur Du Cane. 

ILtUCaflC— William Wright Luard, Esq. of The Lodge, 
Witham, Essex, J.P. and D.L. (3rd son of William Luard, Esq., 
half-brother of Peter Robert Luard, Esq. of Blyborough, co. 
Lincoln {refer to that Family), b. 31 Aug. 1786; to. 10 Oct. 
1815, Charlotte, only child of Thomas Garnham, Esq. of 
Felsham Hall, Suffolk, and d. 13 Aug. 1857, having had issue, 

William Garnham, now of The Lodge. 

Thomas Garnham, b. 24 May, 1821 ; m. 19 May, 1847, Jane 

Anne, dau. of James Inglis, Esq. of Norwood, Surrey, and 

has a son, Thomas Inglis. 
Alexander Garnham, b. 1827; d. 2 Aug. 1829. 
Frederick Garnham, b. 22 June, 1829 ; d. 4 Feb. 18.')7. 
Bixby Garnham, b. 20 Jan. 1835; in. Clara Isabella Sandfortl, 

dau. of the Rev. .John Bramston, Vicar of Witham, and has 

a son, Frederick Bramston, and other children. 
Charlotte Garnham, in. 28 June, 1836, Jacob H. Patti^on, Esq. 
Henrietta Garnham, in. 25 June, 1844, the Rev. Reginald Guy 

Bryan, and d. 3 Jan. 1849. 
Jane Garnham. 
Elizabeth Garnham, in. 2 July, 1845, the PvCV. Frederick John 

Ross Laurence, of Exeter Coll. Oxon, S.C.L., Hector ol 

Tiptree Heath, Essex, and Rural Dean. 
Mary Anne Garnhan. 
Helen Garnham, m. the Rev. William Raynes, Tutor of Clare 

Coll. Camb. 

.<4n)!.<!— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, as Luard of Bbiborovxili ; 
2nd, Wright of Hatfield ; 3rd, Garnham of FeUham, &uj)uUi' 
Crest — As Blyborough. 

Seat — The Lodge, Witham, Essex. 






Lucas, Edwaed Sctjdamore, Esq. of Castle 
Shane, co. Monaghan, J.P. and D.L. eo. Hereford, 
and J.P. CO. Radnor, Lieut. Hereford Militia, b. 
1853 ; s. his uncle 1874. 

iLlliragr.— In the eavly part of tlie 17th century, several 
members of the Lucas family niisrated from England, and 
settled in the sister island, where their descendants still remain, 
in the cos. of Clare, Cork, King's Co., and Monaghan. In the 
last they acquired, partly by purchase and partly by royal 
c;rant, considerable estates, which were erected into a manor 
liy patent of Charles II., 16S3, "to be called the Manor of 
Jastle Shane," and the principal part of which has ever since 
.ontinued in the family. 

Francis Lucas, Esq., the first of Castle Shane, whoso will, 
iated 15 Oct. 1057, was proved 8 Dec. 1G57, m. Mary Poyntz, 
md by her (who m. 2ndly, Robert Moore, Esq.) had a dau., 
Lucy, the wife of Charles, son of Sir Toby Poyntz, and five 
ions, Francis, Robert, William, Richard, and Charles. The 

Francis Lccas, Esq. of Castle Shane, 6. 164G, d. about 1705, 
md was s. by his eldest son, 

Francis Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, M.P. for the borough 
if Monaghan from 1713 to 1747. He d. unm. in the latter 
.-ear, and was s. by his brother, 

Edward Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, in. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. 
if Thomas Smyth, Esq. of Drumcree, co. Wcstmcath; and 
'.ndly, Abigail, Mrs. Brooke, widow, ndd Hancock. By the 
ovmer he had (with three daus.) two sons, i. Thomas, who 
'. '-.p., leaving, by Alice his wife, dau. of William. 6th Lord 
31ayney, several children, of whom Edward, the eldest, 
nherited; and Francis, of Grenan, m. Mary, dau. of Hugh 
•Livage, Esq. of Ardkeen, co. Down. Mr. Lucas d. 1756, and 
va,^ s. by his grandson, 

Edward Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, M.P. for co. Monaghan, 
,!. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Savage, Esq. of Ardkeen, and 
Kill, with other issue, 

Francis, of Castle Shane, d. s. p. 1789. 

Charles, of whom presently. 

I'.ilward (Rev.), m. Elizabeth Ann, dau. of Thcophilus 
Clements, Esq. of Rathkenny, and was father of Thcophilus 
Edward Lucas, who took the name of Clements. 

'he 2nd son, 

Cuakles Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, Barrister-at-Law, m. 

-t. 1786, Sarah, eldest dau. of Sir James Hamilton, Knt. of 

'! iiaghan; and 2ndly, Louisa, dau. of Evatt, Esq. of Mount 

ise. By the former he left at his decease, 1796, an only 

iiiiJ and successor. 

Right Hon. Edward Lucas, of Castle Shane, J. P., High 
Sheriff 1817, M.P. co. Monaghan 1834-41, and Under-Secretary 
■f State for Ireland 1841-46, sworn of the Privy Council there 
Mo, &. 27 Sept. 1787; iii. 1812, Anne, 2nd dau. of William 
'.iixton, Esq. of Ardee House, co. Louth, M.P. for Ardee, and 
;ail issue, 

I. Francis, formerly Lieut. 46(h rcgt., d. unm. 1S46. 

II. Edward Willlam, of Castle Shane. 

i:i. Fitzhcrbert Dacre, 7)i. 24 May, 1852, Laura Adelaide, only 
child of Lieut.-Col. John Lucy Scudamore, of Kentchurch 
Court, CO. Hereford, and had issue by her (who m. 2ndly, 
1S59, John Donegan, Esq. of Carrigmore, co. Cork), Edward 
■Scudamore, now of Castle Shane. Mr. Lucas d. 30 Sept. 
1857, of a wound received the previous day at Lucknow, 
where, as for lour months previously, he had acted as a 

IV. Charles Piorrcpont, Capt. Bengal N.I., b. 1825. 

V. Gould Arthur, of Lower Ucomanzi, Natal, late Capt. 73rd 
mgt., now R.M., 6. 1829; m. 1857, Cliristabella, dau. of 
William Allen, Esq. of Liscongill, co. Cork. 

I. Catherine Anne, m. 1852, Samuel Fitzherbert Filgate, Esq., 
J. P., of Hillsborough, co. Down. 

II. Anna Isabella. iii. Isabella Florinda. 
"lisht lion. Edward Lucas d. 12 Nov. 1871, and was s. by his 

r.DWAKD William Lucas. Esq. of Castle Shane, J.P. and 
' I.., Lieut. 88th regt., who was b. 1819; d. 1874, and was s. 
liis nephew, now of Castle Shane. 

I /•»!.? — Arg., a fess between six annulets gu. Crest — Out of 
'ileal coronet or, a denii-griffin wings expanded gu. Moito 
—Mat religione parentum. 
'itaj — Custle Shane, near Monaghan. 


LrcAS, Akthuk Hyde, Esq. of Eathealy, co. 
irk, J.P., late Capt. in H.M. 45th regt., and now 

Major South Cork Light Infantry Militia, b. 28 Oct. 
1812 ; m. July, 1864, Elizabeth Frances, dau. of 
the Rey. Samuel Adams, of Cregg, Fermoy. 

JLtlttTttJC. — The Rathealy branch of the Lucas family 
settled at Youghal about the year 1640. 

Jasper Lucas, a Merchant at Youghal, d. circa 1630, m. 
Jane, dau. of John Atkin, Esq. of Minehead, Somerset, and 
was father of 

Jasper Lucas, m. 11 May, 1C85, Jane, eldest dau. of Samuel 
Hayman, Esq. of Youghal, and widow of John Vaughan, Esq. 
of the same town, and by her (who d. 13 Dec. 1718) had issue, 
John, his heir ; Jasper, ancestor of the Richfordstown branch; 
Samuel, buried at Y'oughal, 27 Dec. 1694; Atkin, bapt. 1 Jan. 
1697, d. Feb. 1700; Elizabeth, r,i. 26 Dec. 1708, Henry Rugge, 
Esq. of Ballydaniel, Recorder of and M.P. for Youghal. He d. 
9 Sept. 1710, and was .5. by his eldest son, 

John Lucas, an Alderman of Youghal, m. 19 Oct. 1714, 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Arthur Hyde, Esq. of Castle Hyde, 
and had issue, Arthur Hyde, his heir; three other sons, who 
d. 'unm.; and two daus., Jane, m. Alderman James Uniacke, 
of Youghal; and Ehzabeth, m. Hull Attfield, Esq. He d. 
12 June, 1732, and was s. by his eldest son, 

Arthur Hyde Lucas, of Grange, near Fermoy, b. 6 March, 
1715-16. He m. 4 June, 1750, Jane, dau. of James Smyth, 
Esq. of Rathcoursey, and by her (who d. 1805) had issue, 
Arthur; Henrietta, m. 1st, 1774, Thomas Bernard, Esq. of 
Palace Anne, and 2ndly, Richard Perry, Esq. of Cork, and 
d. 1838; and Elizabeth, 6. 1753, d. vnm. 1838. He d. 13 May, 
1788, and was s. by his surviving son, 

Arthur Hyde Lucas, now of Rathealy, b. 3 Oct. 1757 ; ra. 
3 Sept. 1806, Frances, dau. of Henry Adams, Esq. of Cregg 
Fermoy, and d. 4 Sept. 1830, leaving issue, 

Arthur Hyde, now of Kathealy. 

John, 6.30 Aug. 1816; to. Mary, dau. of Laurence Corban, 

Esq. of Kilworth, co. Cork, and d. 1 Dec. 1857, leaving 

Arthur John and Mary Corban. 
Henry, Capt. and Adjutant South Cork Militia, 6. 28 July, 

1827 ; TO. 6 Sept. 1864, Emma, dau. of William Whitla, Esq., 

and has issue, Arthur Hyde; Henry John; William; and 


Anne, d. unvi. Harriet. France.?. 

Emma Jane, to. 10 Feb. 1855, Samuel Smith, Esq., M.D., and 

d. 11 Oct. 1855. Sarah Maria. 

Catherine, d. unm. 26 Sept. 1859. 

Arms — Or, a fess between six annulets gu. CresJ— Out o^ 
a ducal coronet or, a wyvern's head gu. 
Scat — Rathealy, near Fermoy, co. Cork. 

■ ♦ 


Lucas, John Eashleigh, Esq. of Richfords- 
town, CO. Cork, J.P., m. 4 May, 1865, Alice, eldest 
dau. of Eichard H. Purcell, JEsq. of Burufort, co. 
Cork, and has issue, 

I. Jasper, 6. 1868. 

I. Amy. IT. Elizabeth. 

5LtU£fC(JC.— This is a younger branch of the Eathealy 

family {refer to x>rccedmri Article) . 
Jasper Lucas, of the Rathealy family, was father of 
Thomas Lucas, Esq. of Richfordstown, co. Cork, jiz. Dorothy, 
younger dau. of Thomas Evans, Esq. M.P., of Miltown Castle, 
CO. Cork (see that Faraily) and had, with three daus., an only 

Jasper Evans Lucas, Esq. of Richfordstown, ra. 1787, Hester 
Rashleigh, of Cloncoose (of a family originally from Fowey, 
Cornwall), and d. 1822, leaving issue by her (who d. 1855), 
Thomas, his heir. 

John Evans, to. 15 Aug. 1829, Elizabeth, dan. of James 
D'Arcy Evans, Esq. of Knockaderry, co. Limerick, and by 
her, who d. 28 Dec. 1845, had issue, of whom a dau., 
Arabella, survives. 

Jasper Evans (deceased), m. Arabella Cox, of the Manor 
House, Dunmanway. 

Dora, i/i. 1st, Patrick Brown, Esq.; and 2ndly, James Nelson 
Crofts, Esq. 

Hester (deceased) m. Edward Henry Herrick, Esq. 
Catherine, widow of James Boyle, Esq. 
The eldest son, 

Thomas Lucas, Esq. of Richfordstown, J.P., 6. Nov. 1788, 
m. June, 1814, his cousin, Dora, dau. and co-heir of John 
Rashleigh, Esq. of Cloncoose (descended from the Cornish 
family of that name, which see), and has issue, 

John Rashleigh, now of Richfordstown. 
George, m. 1854, Mary, dau. of Henry Longfield, Esq. of 
Waterloo, co. Cork, and widow of Robert Longfield, Esq. of 





the Castle Mary family, and has issue, George, Thomas 

Kashleigh, and Dora. 

Patrick Browne, Major 10th regt. m. Miss Gumbleton. 
Jasper, Capt. 47th regt., m. Anne, dau. of the late William 

Crooke Eonayne, Esq., and by her, who d. June, 1&65, had 

issue John Eashleigh and Dora. 
Eobert, late of the 73rd regt., deceased. 

Mr. Lucas d. 22 Jan. 1864. 

Arms, &c. — As Lucas nf Rithfnhj . 

Seat — Eichardstown, Cionakilty, co. Cork. 


Laitcastee - LrcAs, Samuel Lucas, Esq. of 
"Wateringbury Place, Kent, J.P. for Xent aud 
Devon, I.. 3 June, 1828 ; m. 4 July, 1848, Mary 
TelTerton, 2nd dau. of the Hon. and Rev. William 
Eden, and his -wife the Dowager Lady Grey de 
Kuthyn, and has issue, 

I. WiLLLAM Matthias Lakcasteb, 6. 27 April, 1849. 

II. Charles Eden Lancaster, b. 16 June, 1864. 

I. Mary Helewise Ursula. 

II. Flora. III. Katharine Elizabeth. 

This gentleman, ■who is son of the late Samuel Lan- 
caster, Esq. (who d. 1841), by Mary Frances his 
■wife, dau. of Matthias Prime Lucas, Esq. of Water- 
ingbury Place, and grandson of Samuel Lancaster, 
Esq., and Sarah Pierce his wife, assumed the sur- 
name of Lucas, in addition to his patronymic La>'- 
CASTEE, 1849, on succeeding to the estates of his 
maternal grandfather, Mathias Prime Lucas, Esq. 
of Wateringbury Place, Lord Mayor of London 
1827. He has one brother and two sisters, riz., 
Matthias WiUiam, m. 1864, Helen, ■widow of Capt. 
Eritton, U.S.A. ; Mary Catherine, m. 1859, to 
"Walter John, eldest son of Walter Paul, Esq. of 
Highgrove, co. Gloucester; and Ehzabeth Anne, 
ra. 1861, to Alexander James Russell, Esq. 

^i-/;2^— Quarterly; 1st and 4th Lucas; 2nd and Srd, Lan- 
caster. Crests — 1st, Lucas; 2nd, Lancaster. 
Siat — Wateringbury Place, near Maidstone, Kent. 

LuCT, Hexht Spexcee, Esq. of Charlecote 
Park, CO. Warwick, h. 28 Nov. 1830 ; s. on attaining 
Lis "majority ; High Sheriff of War^wickshire 1857 ; 
of Ch. Ch. Oxford, B.A. ; m. 5 July, 1865, 
Christina, eldest dau. of Alexander Campbell, Esq. 
of Monzie, co. Perth, by Christina his wife, dau. 
and sole heir of Sir Dimcan Cameron, Bart., of 
Eassifem, co. Inrerness, and has issue foiu" daus., 

I. Ada Christina, 6. 23 April, 1866. 

II. Constance Linda, 6. 22 March, 1867. 

III. Sibyl Mary, 6. 7 March, 1868. 

IV. Joyce Ahanore, 6. 14 May, 1871. 

iltUCaCJC.— Thukstane de Charlecote, supposed to have 
been a younger son of Thurstane de Montfort, of Beldes jrt, co. 
■VN'arwick, Umip. Eichabd I., was father of 

Sib Walter de Charlecote, upon whom Henry de Mont- 
fort conferred the village of Charlecote, and the grant was 
confirmed by Eichard I. Sir Walter left a son. 

Sir William de Lcct, the first of the Charlecotes who bore 
that surname, and Sir William Dugdale surmises that he did 
so because his mother might have been the heir of some 
branch of the great baronial family of Ldct, so named from a 
place in Normandy. From Sir William descended the great 
and distinguished family of Loot, so prominent in the records 
and annals of England. 

Edmlnt) Luci, Esq. of Charlecote, &. 1492 (son and heir of 
Sir William Lucy, Esq., K.B., of Charlecote, grandson of Wil- 
liam Lucy, Esq. of Charlecote, and great-grandson of Sir 
Thomas Lucy, Esq. of Charlecote, M.P. for co. Warwick, one 
of the retinue of John of Gaunt), a soldier of high repute in 
the reign of Henry VII., commanded a division of the Eoyal 
army at the battle of Stoke. His great grandson, 

SiB Thomas Luct, of Charlecote, M.P. for co. Warwick, 
vho rebuilt, 1 Queen Elwabeth, the Manor House with brick, 
OS it now stands, was knighted a few years afterwards, and is 

commemorated as the prosecutor of William Shakspeare for 
deer stealing in his park of Charlecote. Sir Thomas put up a 
fine monument to his wife Joyce, ■which is still in Charlecote 
Church. The Poet has satirized the Knight under the cha- 
racter of Justice Sliallow. Sir Thomas Lucy m. Joyce, dau. 
and heir of Thomas Acton, Esq. of Sutton, co. Worcester, and 
had a dau., Anne, in. Sir Edward Aston, Knt. of Tixhall; with 
an only son, liis successor, in 1600, 

Sib Thomas Luct of Charlecote, mi. 1st, Dorothy, dau. of 
Nicholas Arnold, Esq., by whom he had one surviving child, 
Joyce, the wife of Sir William Cooke, of Highnam. Sir 
Thomas m. 2ndly, Constance, dau. and heir of Eichard Kings- 
mill, of High Clere, Hants, and had by that lady, with several 
daus., six sons, viz., i. Thomas, his heir; ii. Eichard, 
knighted Jan. 1617, and created a baronet the March follow- 
ing. His male line and title expired with his grandson. Sir 
Berkeley Lucy, of Facombe, Hants, whose only dau. and heir, 
Mabt Luct, ra. the Hon. Charles Compton; iii. George, slain 
in France ; rv. William, the eminent Dr. Lucy, Bishop of St. 
David's, grandfather of William Lucy, Esq. of Castle Carey, 
Somerset, and of George Lucy Esq. of Pembroke; v. Eobert, 
d. in France, 1615, s. 'p. ; ■vi. Francis, living 1682, M.P. 
for Warwick. Sir Thomas Lucy d. 1605, and lies buried 
in a chapel on the north side of the church of Charlecote, 
where a splendid monument was erected to his memory by 
Dame Constance, his widow. He was s. by his eldest son. 

Sib Thomas Luct, of Charlecote, Member for co. Warwick 
in six successive Parliaments. He i)i. Alice, dau. and heir 
of Thomas Spencer, Esq. of Claverden, in the same co., and 
had issue, 

li Pobebt' (.successively of Charlecote, whose male issue 

iii. Kichar'd, j '^ ^=^"°'=^- 

IV. FuCLK (Sir), TO. Isabella, dau. and sole heir of John 

Davenport, Esq. of Henbury, co. Chester, and had, with 

other issue, 

1 Davenport, who eventually inherited Charlecote; d. 
v.-iviii. 1690. 

2 George, ") -who both became of Charlecote, and both 

3 WiLLIAJI, J d. s. p. 

4 Fulke, m. Elizabeth Mason, of London, and was father 
of Thomas Luct, -who s. his uncle, the Eev. William 
Lucy, D.D., at Charlecote, Feb. 1723-4; and of Geobgk 
Luct, who inherited from his brother, and d. unni. 
1 Dec. 1786. 

1 Lucy, m. the Eev. John Hammond. The grandson of 
this lady. 

The Eev. John Hammond, occurs in the sequel as 
eventual inheritor of CHABLECoxk and the estates ol 
the Lucr family. 

I. Constance, to. 1st, Sir William Spencer, Bart. ; and 2ndly, 
Sir Edward Smith. 

II. Bridget, m. Sir Bryan Broughton. 

III. Alice, m. Sir William Underbill. 
rv. IMary, to. Sir Matthew Herbert. 
v. Elizabeth, m. Sir John Walcot. 

Sir Thomas Lucy, of whom it was said that "his tables were 
ever open to the learned, and his gates never fast to the poor," 
d. Dec. 1640. The Lady (Alice) Lucy put up a most splendid 
monument, by Bomini, in white marble, to her husband's 
memory, which also is in Charlecote Church. From him 
derived, 4th in descent. 

The Eev. John Hammond, being described, in George Lucy, 
his predecessor's will, as the next person in remainder to 
whom stood limited, after his decease, without male issue, 
the family estates, and grandson of the Eev. John Hammond 
and Alice Lucy, 2nd dau. of Sir Fulke Lucy and Isabella 
Davenport. Mr. Hammond assumed the surname and arms 
of Luct only, by sign manual, 9 Feb. 1787. He -m. Maj-, 1788, 
Maria, dau. of John Jane, Esq. of Bentley Hall, co. Stafford, 
and (Z. 12 Jan. 1823, leaving issue two sons, 

George, his successor. 

John (Eev.) b. 1790, M.A., educated at Winchester Coll. .ind 
Trin. Coll. Cambridge, appointed Eector of Hampton-Lucy 
1815, and Vicar of Charlecote 1823, J.P. for co. Warwick, 
d. Oct. 1874. 

The elder son, 

George Luct, Esq. of Charlecote, 6. 8 June, 1798, M.P. 
from 1820 to 1830, for Fowey, and High Sheriff for co. War- 
wick, 1831 ; TO. 2 Dec. 1823, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Jolin 
WilUams, Bart, of Bodelwyddan, co. Flint, and d. 30 June, 
1845, having had issue, 

William Fulke, of Charlecote, h. 10 Sept. 1824; d. unm. 

1 July, 1818. 
Henrt Spencer, now of Charlecote. 
Herbert Almeric, d. 3 Aug. 1840. 
Eeginald Aymer, deceased. 
Edmund Berkeley, 6. 1842; m. 18C9, Laura Margaret Mul- / 





grave, dau. of WiHiam Stundish, Tsq. of Duxbury Park, 

CO. Lancaster; and has a dau., Blanche Susan Maiy, b. 

30 Nov. 1874. 
Mary Kmily, m. 21 Oct. 1S47, Thomas Lloyd Fitz-Hugh, Esq. 

of Ph'is Power, CO. Denbigh. 
Caroline, m. 2 Sept. 1857, Charles Powlctt Lane, Esq. of 

Badgeniorc, co. Oxford, and c^. 5 March, 18G1. 

.<4n)w— Gu., three lucies or pikes hauriant between nine 
erosses-crosslet arg. Cnst — In a ducal coronet gu. a boar's 
lica<l coupcd erm. between two wings displayed tusked and 
crined or. Motto — V>y truth and diligence. 

Sent — Charlecote Park, Warwick. 


See Sandxs Lumsdaine. 


Lttmsdaine, Stamfoed. Egbert, Esq. of Latlial- 
lan, CO. Fife, J.P. aud D.L., late Capt. Fife 
Artillery Militia, b. 6 Sept. 1831 ; m. 14 Jau. 18G4, 
Anna Maria, 2ud dau. of Capt. David Briggs, R.N., 
and has issue, 

I. Montague Stamford Robert, deceased. 

I. Maude Amy. ii. Gertrude Annie. 

III. Lilly Maria Morrieson. 

ittllCaCir. — John Lumsdaine, Esq., Major in the E.I.C.S., 

Srd son of Robert Lnmsdaine, Esq. of Innergellie, co. Fife, 
purchased the estate of Lathallan in 17S7, and ilyiug 4 Oct. 

1823, was s. by his son, 

James Ldmsdaine, Esq. of Lathallan, J. P., m. 27 Oct. 1S2-1, 
Miss Sophia Lindesay, of Balmuni;o, co. Fife, and had issue. 
Mr. Lumsdaine, who was from an early period, up to the year 

1824, on the medical staff of the Bengal Establishment, d. 
22 Dec. 1853, and was s. by his eldest surviving son, 

William Lindesay Limsdaine, Esq. of Lathallan, h. 4 Sept. 
1828. He d. v/am. 1859, and was s. by his next brother, 

John Small Lumsdaine, Esq. of Lathallan, J.P. and D.L., 
6. 1829; d. unm. 4 Oct. 1860, and was s. by his only surviving 
brother, the present Mr. Lumsdaine, of Lathallan. 

y4/-i/is— Same as those of the Innergellie family (.see Sandys- 
LtMSDAiNE), viz., az., a chevron or, between a buckle and a 
nxilt's head couped in chief, and an escallop in base arg., 
within a bordure of the second. Cixsi — A heron dfcvoui"ing a 
salmon all ppr. Motto — Beware in time. 

Stat — L«tthaUan, Colinsburgh, co. Fife.j 


LlTMSDEX, Heney, Esq. of Pitcaple Castle, D.L. 
nidJ.P. CO. Aberdeen, Lieut. -Col. Loudon Scottish 
'Iifle Volunteers, b. 14 March, 1825; m. 5 July, 
-SriO, Edith Jane, youngest dau. of the Eev. Robert 
^iimuel Battisconibe, M.A., Yicar of Barkway, aud 
-icctor of Eeed, co. Hertford, and has issue, 

I. Hugh Robert, 6. 4 Feb. 1864. 

n. Walter, b. 20 April, 1865. 

III. Henry Charles, 6. 27 Oct. 1873. 

IV. James Gordon, b. 19 Nov. 1875. 

I. Edith Isabella. ii. Alice Charlotte, 

ill. Eleanor Theresa. iv. Katherine Evelyn. 

v. Charlotte, rf. an infant, vi. Mary Caroline, 
vii. Margaret, d. young. 

illUCagr. — Lumsden of Pltcaple is a branch of Lumsden 
' Cushnie. The founder of this family, Thomas de Lumsden, 
alet of Lumsden of that ilk, in co. Berwick, received from 
lean, Earl of Fife, a grant of the lands of Drum and 
iland, in co. Fife, aud of Easter and Wester Medlar, co. 
rdeen. The precise date of this transaction is unknown, 
charter having been lost (Robertson's Index, p. 68); but 
iiust have been previous to 1353, in which year the Earl 
I. Thomas de Lumsden was Vice-Comes of co. Fife, and 
name appears frequently in charters and other documents 
ncctedwith co. Aberdeen in the middle of the 14th century, 
afe conduct was granted to him by Edwakd IIL, dated 
odstock, 29 May, 1349 (Rotuli Scotiae 1729), probably to 
otiate the ransom of the Earl of Fife, who was taken 
■oner at the battle of Durham, 1346, and returned to Scot- 
l 1350. The lands he acquired were inherited by his 
I endant, 

TuoMAs Lumsden, of Couland and Medlar, who bad two 

sons, I. James, who s. to Couland ; and ii. Rodebt, of Median 

d. 14S0, leaving two sons, 
THOMas, m. Marjory Gordon, and d. 149.'), leaving one dau., 
Margaret, ui. 1st, William Johnstone, of that ilk ; and 2ndly, 
William Forbes, of Corsindae. 
Robert, ni. Isobcl, dau. of John Forbes, of Terpersie, and d. 
1516, leaving nineteen children. Of these, the eldest son 
was Thomas, who was killed at the battle of Floddcn, Icavinrj 
two sons, James, d. 1550 ; and John, who eventually a. to 
the property. This 

John Lumsden, of Cushnie, who d. 1588, had, by a 2nd 
marriage, with Elizabeth Menzies, three sons and one dau., 

John, his heir, m. Janet, dau. of John Mortimer, of 
Craigicvar, and had a son, Robert, who d. s. p. 

Alexander, of Clova, m. Christian Irvine, and d. 1625, 
leaving a son, Robert, of whom presently. 

Arthur. Elizabeth, m. John Burnett, of Leys. 

Robert Lumsden, son of Alexander Lumsden, of Clova, :. 
to Cushnie on the death of his cousin. He m. Agnes, dau. of 
Leith of Bucharn, and left issue, 

Alexander, his heir, m. Elizabeth Leith, and rf. 1714, 
leaving one son, David, who m. a dau. of Sir John Forbes, 
2nd bart. of Craigievar, and rf. without male issue 1718. 

John, Yd. Agnes, dau. of Gordon of Auchlyne, and rf. 1716, 
leaving two sons, Harry, who s. to Cushnie on the death of 
his cousin David, and from whom the late Rev. H. T. Lums- 
den, of Cushnie was descended ; and Charles. 

Robert, ra. a dau. of Forbes of TuUoch ; killed 1690, leaving 
one son, John. 

James, m. a dau. of Chalmers of Balnacraig, and left two 
sons, Robert and John. 

William, m. Jean Gordon, and left three son«, 1 .Tames, 
d. s. p. ; 2 Alexander, of whom presently; and 3 William, 
m. his cousin, Rachel, dau. of Charles Lumsden, of Ilarlaw; 
the eldest son of this marriage, Harry, bought the estates 
of Clova and Auchinduir from John Lumsden, of Cuslmie, 
1782, aud entailed them on a series of heirs, 1st, his nephew, 
the late Sir Harry Niveu, Bart., who m. a dau. of Gen. 
Hay, of Rannes, and rf. s. /).; 2ndly, his nephew, the late 
Harry Leith Lumsden, who also rf. s. p. ; and Srdly, the 
late Henry Lumsden, 2nd son of Harry Lumsden, of BeJ- 
helvie, of whom presently. 

Alexander Lumsden, 2nd son of the above William Lums- 
den aud Jean Gordun his wife, m. Isobel, dau. of the Rev. Mr. 
Seaton, and had issue, i. Harry, d. s. p. ; ii. .John, of whom 
presently ; and iii. Alexander, m. Jane Robertson, and had 
issue, the late Alexander Lumsden, of Glenbogie. The eldest 
son to leave issue, 

John Lumsden, vi. Christian Stephen, and had i. Harrt, of 
whom presently; ii. John; in. William; iv. Geoige; v. James; 
VI. Benjamin. The eldest son, 

Harry Lumsden, of Belhclvie and Pitcaple, m. 1781, Cathe- 
rine, dau. of Hugh McVeagh, by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
Harry Lumsden, of Cushnie, and d. 1833, leaving issue, 


Henry, who s. as licir of entail to the Auchindoir estates, 
m. 1st, Catherine, dau. of John Tower, Esq., and had by 
her three sons, Harry: John, killed at Lucknow 1857 ; and 
Hugh, rf. 184.5; and tivedaus. ; and 2ndly, Mary Anne, dau. 
of Sir Thomas Kirkpatrick, Bart, of Closeburn, and had by 
her four daus. He <(!. 1856. 

Thomas, of Belhelvie, Col. Bengal Artillery and C.B., m. Hay, 
dau. of John Burnett, Esq. of Elrick, and had issue, Harry, 
John, Thomas, Peter, William (killed at Delhi 1858), Hugh 
David, and five daus. 

WiUiam, James, of Balmedie, ra, 1st, Margrvret, 2nd dau. of 
John, Viscount Arbuthnott; 2ndly, Mary Elizabeth, dau. cf 
Matthew Thompson, Esq. of Manningham Lodge, co. York, 
by whom he has issue, Harry, and three daus. ; 3rdly, Wil- 
helmina, dau. of Col. Forbes Leith, of Whitehaugh. 

Clements, m. Jane, dau. of James Forbes, Esq. of Echt, and 
d. 1853, leaving issue, Henry William, James Forbes, aud 
four daus. 

The eldest son. 

Hugh LfM-ouN, Esq. of Pitcaple, J.P. and D.L., Sheriff of 
Sutherland, b. 22 April, 1783; m. 1st, 30 April, 1813, Frances, 
2nd dau. of Alexander Brebner, Esq. of Lairney, and had by 
her an only dau., Christina, '«(. Rev. George Bain. He a. 
2ndly 8 July, 1824, Isabella, 4th dau. of Walter Fergus, Esq. 
of Strathore, co. Fife, by whom he had, 

Hentiy, now of Pitcaple. 

Walter, H.E.I.C.S., b. 27 June, 1834, d. 4 April, 1872. 

Charlotte Fergus, deceased. 

Catherine Edith, m. her cousin, Lieut.-Col. H. W. Lumsden, 
late Royal Artillery. Isabella, deceased. 

Elizabeth, m. Rev. Robert Lovett (see Lovett of LiicomJie). 

Mr. Lumsden d. 27 Jan. 1859. 

Arms—krg., a chevron sa. between two otters' heads coupcd 
in chief gu. and an escallop in base vert. Crest— \ naked arm 
grasping a sword ppr. Motlo—J)c\ dono sum quod sum. 

Seat— Pitcaple Castle, Pitcaple, co. Aberdeen. 

3 T 2 







Lttscosibe, John, Esq. of Combe Eojal, Devon, 
J.P. and D.L., b. 11 Oct. 1806. 

3LtUC<tSC. — This family is of long standinpr in Devon, 
and we find Hugh de Luscorabe, 9 Edwakd I., was im- 
pannelled the second man on a jury between the King and the 
Countess of Devon, Isabella de Fortibus. The Combe Eoyal 
family is a branch of the Luscombes of luscomlc, who were 
seated at Luscorabe in the reign of Hesrt V. 

John Lcscombe, of Luscombe, m. the dau. of Stone of 
Huish, and was father of Henry Luscombe, who r,i. Maria, 
dau. of John Fortescue, of Fallapit, and had a son, John 
Luscombe, who, by Johanna his wife, dau. of John Giles, Esq. 
of Bowden, was father of Henkt Lcscojibe, who m. Alice, dau. 
of Nicholas Fry, Esq. of Tarty. 

John Luscomde, Esq. High Sheriff of co. Devon 17-!0, pur- 
chased the estate of Combe Royal. He -m. 1st, Margaret, dau. 
of Henry Martin, Esq. of Totnes, by whom he had a son and a 
dau. He vi. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of George Prestwood, Esq. 
of Botenford, and was s. at his decease by his son, 

John Ldsbombe, Esq. of Combe Royal, m. Juliana, dau. of 
George Prestwood, Esq., but d. s. p., when the estates devolved 
upon the grandson of his sister Elizabeth, 

John Ldscombe Manning (only son of Richard Manning, 
Esq.), who assumed, under the will of his uncle, by royal 
license, the surname of Lcscombe. He m. Sarah, dau. of James 
Hawker Esq., Capt. E.N., of Plymouth, and by her had issue, 

John, his heir, now of Combe Eoyal. 

Edward Knighton, b. 1816 ; m. Anna, eldest dau. of Capt. 
William M'Culloch, R.N., of Barholm, co. Kirkcudbright, 
and d. 6 Feb. 1867, leaving issue, John, 6. 1848, and Ed- 
ward Godfrey Sevmour. James, d. 3 Feb. 1867. 

Sarah, d. 8 Dec. 1870. 

Elizabeth, m. William Fletcher, Esq., Capt. E.N. 

Jane, m. Charles AVhyte, Esq., Inspector-General of Military 
Hospital.s, d. 3 Jan. 1840. 

Dora, m. Eev. Charles Egerton Dukinfield, son of Sir Henry 
Dukinfield, Bart.; d. 20 May, 1868. 

Mary, ni. John Elliot, Esq. of Kingsbridge. 

B.ed. 10 Jan. 1831. 

Arms — Arg., on a pile az. a lion rampant guardant crowned 
or. Crest — A demi-lion rampant guardant crowned or. 
Seal — Combe Eoyal, near Kingsbridge, Devon. 


LrsHiNGTON, Edmund Law, Esq. of Park 
House, Kent, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, b. 10 
Jan. 1811 ; m. 14 Oct. 1842, Cecilia, dau. of the 
late Rev. Gr. C. Tennyson, LL.D., of Somersby, 
and has siuTiving issue, 


ILtncagC. — Stephen Lushington, Esq. of Sittingbourn 
(son and heir of Thomas Lushington, Esq. of Sittingbourn, 
and grandson of Augustus Lushington, of Sittingbourn, living 
A.D. 1633) purchased the fee simple of the manor of Eodmer- 
sham. He m. 1st, Catherine, only sister and heir of John 
Godfrey, Esq. of Norton Court, by whom (who d. at the age 
of twenty-seven, 28 Aug. 1700) he had an only child, Thomas 
Godfrey, his heir. He m. 2ndly, Jane Petley, relict of 
Edmond Fowler, Esq. of Ash, and by her had (with two daus.), 
I. Stephen, who d. g. p.; Franklyn, Capt. E.N., killed on 
board the '' Burford" man-of-warat thesiege of Guyra, 19 Feb. 
1743; III. Henry, D.D., 7)1. Mary, dau. of Archdeacon Altham, 
and had issue, Stephen, of Southill Park, Chairman of 
the E.I. Co., created a Baronet in 1791 ; William, of Marks 
Hall, Essex, M.P., and Alderman of London; and Henry, 
who was assassinated in the East Indies; iv. William, Col. in 
the army, ra. Jane, dau. of Col. WilUam Southwell (of the 
family of the Viscounts Southwell), and had two daus., his 
co-heirs, Jane, rn. John Eeilly, Esq. of Scarvagh, co. Down, 
and Mary, d. young. Mr. Lushington d. 1718, and was s. by 
his eldest son, 

Thomas Godfrey Lushington, Esq. of .Sittingbourn, who 
VI. 1st. Dorothy, dau. of John Gisbourne, Esq., and had by 
her, Thomas, who d. s. 'p. 1748; William, Capt. in the army, 
d. unm. 1763; James Stephen, eventually heir; and Cathe- 
rine wife of John Cockin Sole, Esq. Mr. Lushington i/i. 2ndly, 
1752, Miss Barbara Skeere, of Doddington. He d. 3 Aug. 1757, 
aged 57. His youngest son. 

The Eev. James Stephen Lushington, of Eodmersham, in 
Kent, Prebendary of Carlisle Vicar of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
and of Latton, Essex, m. 1st, Mary, dau. of the Eight Eev. 

Edmnnd Law, D.D., Bishop of Carlisle, and had by her, 
Thomas Godfrey, who d. 1819; Edmund Henry, his heir; 
and Maria Catherine, wife of the Eev. Thomas Edwards, 
LL.D. He 7/1. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of the Eev. Humphrey 
Christian, of Docking, Norfolk, and had four other sons and 
two daus., 

I. William John, of Eodmersham, one of the Commissioners 
of Parliamentary Inquiry, who m. Barbara, dau. and co- 
heir of James Wilson, Esq. of Kendal, and d. 1845, leaving 
issue, one son, Charles Hugh, and four daus. 

II. Eight Hon. Stephen Rumbold, of Norton Court, near 
Faversham, Kent, P.C, J. P., Hon. D.C.L. Oxon. He was 
Private Secretary to Lord Han-is 1795-99, M.P. for Eye 
1807-12, for Canterbury 1812-30 and 1835- 17, Chairman of 
Committees of the House of Commons, Joint Secretary of 
the Treasury 1824-27, Governor of Madras 1827-35 ; P.C. 
1827 ; b. May, 1776 ; r,i. 1st, 9 Dec. 1797, Anne Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of the 1st Lord Harris; and by her (who d. 
25 March, 1856) had issue, 

1 Stephen George, Commissioner of Customs. 

2 James Stephen, formerly Private Secretary to the 
Governor of Madras. 

3 George Thomas, m. Marianne Gordon, but d. «. p. 

4 William Hurdis, m. Caroline Menzics, but d. s. p. 

5 Eichard. 

G Charles Manners, 6. 1819, Capt. East Kent Rifles, and 
late M.P. for Canterbury, M.A. Oxon, afterwards a 
Fellow of All Souls' Coll. ; m. 5 May, 1846, Henrietta, 
elder sister of Sir Stafford Northcote, Bart., M.P. ; andd. 
Nov. 1864, leaving issue. His dau., Agnes, m. 1870, 
Walter Phillimore, Esq. 

1 Mary Anne, m. James Beckford Wildman, Esq. of Chil- 
ham Castle. 

2 Anne Elizabeth, m. Eev. C. F. Newell. 

The Right Hon. S. R. Lushington m. 2ndly, Marianne, dau. 
of James Hearne, Esq. of Great Portland Street, London, 
which lady d. 28 June, 1864. He d. 19 Jan. 1873. 

III. James Law (Sir), G.C.B., 6. 1779, General in the army, 
and Chairman of the East India Company, M.P. for Peters- 
field 1825, for Hastings 1826, and for Carlisle from 1827 to 
1832. He i/i. 1836, Miss Rosetta Sophia Costen, and d. 1S59, 
without issue. 

IV. Charles May, one of the Circuit Judges on the Madras 
Establishment, m. Miss Ansell. 

I. Paulina. 

Ji. Dorothy Christian, ni. Guy Lenox Prendergast, Esq. 

The Rev. Mr. Lushington d. 1801, and was «. by the son of his 
first marriage, 

Edmund Henry Lushington, Esq. of Park House, Barrister- > 
at-Law, one of the Puisne Judges at Ceylon, subsequently Chief j 
Commissioner of the Colonial Board of Audit, and Master of| 
the Crown Office, 6. 1766; ni. 1st, Louisa, dau. of Faulknor 
Phillips, Esq. of Manchester, by whom he had one child, 
Louisa, who d. 1819; and 2ndly, Sophia, dau. of Thomas 
Philips, Esq. of Sedgley, near Manchester, by whom he hud 
issue, 'j 

I. Edmund Law, now of Park House. 

II. Henry, Chief Secretary at Malta, d. vnm. 1855. 

III. Thomas Davies, Madras Civil .Service, m. Mary, dau. oi 
Charles May Lushington, Esq.; and d. 1858, leaving i,ssue, 
1 Thomas Godfrey; 2 Arthur James; 3 Henry; 4 Lionel 
Edmund ; 1 Mary Catherine. 

IV. Franklin, Barrister-at-Law, formerly Member of the 
Supreme Council in the Ionian Islands, now a Metropolitai 
Police Magistrate, m. Kate Maria, dau. of Eev. Jamef 
Morgan, and has George Henry Fitzjames; Franklin; 
Louisa Gertrude ; Mildred Helen. 

I. Sophia, d. 1823. ii. Maria Catherine. 

III. Emily. iv. Marianne Harriet, d. 1823. 

V. Eosa, d. 1833. vi. Ellen Eliza. 
VII. Louisa Sophia, d. 1854. 

Mr. Lushington d. 1839. 

Arms — Or, on a fess wavy between three lions' heads erasei 
vert langued gu. as many ermine spots. Crest — A lion's hesi 
erased vert charged on the erasure with three ermine spots 01 
ducally gorged arg. Motto — Fides nudaque Veritas. 

Stat — Park House, Maidstone, Kent. 


FowNES-LuTTEELi, Geoege, Esq. of Dunste 
Castle, Somerset, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 187^ 
b. 27 Sept. 1827 ; w. 26 Aug. 1852, Anne Elizabef 
Periam, youngest dau. of tbe late Sir Alexande 
Hood, ]3art., M.P. for West Somerset, and lias issut 

I. Alexander, Lieut. Gren. Guards, 6. I June, 1855. 

II. Hugh Courtenay, Lieut. Rifle Brigade, b. 1857. 

III. Edward, b. 1858. iv. Claude Mohun, b. 1867. 
I. Mary. ii. Beatrice. 
JLtUCajJC— In the time of Henry III., Sir Andrew Lr 

TBELL was Baron of Irnliam, co. Lincoln. His 2nd son. Ale 





AMDEB LuTTRELL, reccived from his father a grant of the manor 
of East Quantoxhead, which has continued in the family ever 
Bince. The fourth in descent from this Alexander, 

Sir IIucu Luttrell (son of Sir Andrew Luttrcll, of Chilton, 
Devon, by Lady Elizabeth Courtcnay his wife, dau. of Hugh, 
Earl of Devon) resided at Dunster Castle, which his mother. 
Lady Elizabeth, had purchased from the family of Mohun ; he 
was Member for Somerset in the reign of ISichard II., and 
successively for that CO. and Devon. In 8 Henry IV., Sir Hugh 
gained a suit at law against Edward Plantagenet, Duke of York, 
and the other heirs of John, Lord Mohun of Dunster, by which 
he obtained possession of the honours and castle of Dunster, 
Lordship of Carhampton, &c. He was afterwards Hanger of 
Blackmore Forest, Dorset, a Privy-Councillor to King HenryV., 
Seneschal of Normandy, and one of the commanders under that 
martial monarch at the reduction of Harfleur, anno 1415, 
and at the memorable siege of Rouen. Sir Hugh m. Catherine, 
dau. of Sir John Beaumont, Knt. (From a younger son of 
theirs, Robert Lcttreli., who d. 15 Henry VI., seised of the 
castle and lands of Lutlrellstown. co. Dublin, descended the 
well-known Irish family of Luttrell, of which were the extinct 
Earls or Carhampton). Sir Hugh was s., 1431, by his eldest 
son, Sir John Luttrell, a Knight of the Bath at the coronation 
of Henry IV., father of Sir James Luttrell, who was made 
a Knight-Banneret at the battle of Wakefield, 14C3, and fell 
fighting under the standard of Lancaster, 1471. His son. 

Sir Hugh Luttrell, is mentioned by HoUingshed and other 
historians amongst the persons of note in the West who joined 
the Earl of Richmond at his landing, and were afterwards 
instrumental in quelling the Devonshire insurrection. When 
the successful issue of Bosworth placed the crown upon Ricli- 
mond's head, as Henry VII., the estates of Sir Hugh Luttrell 
were immediately restored, and he was subsequently created a 
Knight of the Bath at the coronation of the Queen, 1487. His 
son and heir, 

Sir Andrew Luttrell, Knt. of Dunster Castle, m. Margaret, 

dau. of Sir Thomas Wyndham, and had several sons; from the 

3rd, Richard, sprang the Luttrells of Hartland, Honnibere, 

Sandon Court, and Chelsea. He was s. by his eldest son. 

Sir John Luttrell, knighted at the taking of Edinburgh 

I and Leith, 36 Hrnry VIII., and created a Knight-Banneret at 
the taking of Tester, I Edward VI. From him descended the 
eminent family of Luttrell of Dunster Castle, of which the 

1 eventual heir, 

I Margaret Luttrell (only child of Alexander Luttrell, Esq. 

I of Dunster Castle, by Margaret, his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Trevelyan, Bart.), ra. Feb. 1746, Henry Fownes, Esq. of 

! Kethway House, Devon, and she and her husband assumed the 

I additional name and arms of Luttrell. She had issue, 

I John, her heir. 

; Francis, Commissioner of Customs, m. Charlotte, youngest 

' dau. of Francis Drewe, Esq. of Grange. 

Alexander (Rev.), Rector of East Quantoxhead, m. had 
issue, and d. 1810. 

Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell were s. by their eldest son, 

John Fownes-Luttrell, Esq. of Dunster Castle, M.P. for 
Minchead, who m. 3 Aug. 178'.i, Mary, eldest dau. of Francis 
Drewe, E.sq. of Grange, Devon, and by her (who d. 20 March, 
1830) had issue, 

I. John, his heir. 

II. Henry, successor to his brother. 

III. Francis, Lieut. -Col., late of the Grcn. Guards, of Kilvc 
Court and Wotton House, Somerset, m. Feb. 18'i4, his 
cousin, Emma Louisa, dau. of Samuel Drewe, Esq. of Ken- 
sington, and dying Jan. 1862, left surviving issue, 

1 George, now of Dunster Castle. 2 Francis. 

1 Augusta Margaret. 

2 Mary Anne, i/i. Henry A. Bosanquet, Esq. 

IV. Alexander, of Exeter Coll. Oxon, B.C.L., Rector of East 
Quantoxhead, Bridgwater, Somerset, J. P., m. May, 
18-4, Jane, dau. of SVilliam Leader, Esq. of Putney, and 
has issue, 

1 Henry Aclnnd, of Badgworth Court, Somerset, M.A., 
J. P., b. 18J6; m. 1857, Mary Anne, dau. of Joseph 
Euscombe Poole, Esq., and has a dau., Eva. 

2 John Alexander, of Edington, Bridgwater, R.N., m. Jan. 
1870, Margaret, dau. of the Rev. Alexander Henry 
Fownes-LuttrcU, Vicar of Minchead, Somerset, and has 

1 Fanny Henrietta, m. April, 1861, John Blommart, Esq. 
of Willett House. Somerset. 

2 Florence, )/i. July, 18.t1, Hon. Richard Augustus Bethell, 
afterwards 2nd Baron Westbury, and has issue. 

V. Thomas, B.A. Exeter Coll. Oxon, Vicar of Carhampton, 
and Incumbent of Dunster, Somerset, J. P. 

1. Mary Ann, deceased. ii. Margaret, deceased. 

ni. Harriet, d. C April, 1870, aged 81. 

Mr. Luttrell d. 16 Feb. 1816, and was s. by his eldest son, 
John Fownes-Luttrell, Esq. of Dunster Castle, J. P. and 

D.L., b. 26 Aug. 1787. He U. xinm. 1857, and wass. by his 

next brother, 
Henry Fown-es-Luttrell, Esq. of Dunster Castle, J. P., 

B.A. of Brascnose Coll. Oxon; M.P. for Minehead 1810-22, 

and a Commissioner of the Board of Audit 1822-49, b. 7 Feb. 

1790. He d. 6 Oct. 1867, and was s. by his nephew, George, 

now of Dunster Castle, eldest son of the late Col. Francis 

F'ownes-Luttrell, of Kilve Court. 

Arms — Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a bend between six 
martlets sa., for Luttrell; 2nd and 3rd, az., twi> eagles 
displayed in fess, and a mullet in base arg., for Fownes. 
Crtst — Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of five feathers arg. 
Supporters (as borne) — Two swans collared and chained. Molt» 
— Quaesita marte tuenda arte. 

/Seat— Dunster Castle, Taunton. 

See Baexeby-Lutley. 


LrxFORD, Rev. Geoege Cceteis, M.A., oE 
Higham, Sussex, J.P., m. 1839, Ann i\Iatilda, 
Pauline, youngest dau. of Sir Josias Henry Stracey, 
4th bart., and has, with other issue, 

George Bentinck, Capt. 23rd R. W. Fusiliers, 6. 1842. 

JLtllCaSC— The family of Luxford is of old standing in 
Sussex. In an account given of the nobility and gentry who 
contributed to the defence of the country at the time of tl.e 
Spanish invasion, 15SS, two Luxfords are mentioned in con- 
nection with Sussex, viz., Luxford of Westmeston, and Lux- 
ford of Hurstpierpoint, and from the former the HighauK 
family is descended. The estates are in the parishes of Ilails- 
ham, Salehurst, Beckley, Ikelsham, Guldeford, and Playden, 
Sussex ; and in Stowe and Witersham, Kent. The family hoUV 
the lay rectory of Hailsham, in which church is their burying 
place; as well as the royalty of the island of Oxney, Kent.. 
The late 

John Luxford, Esq. of Higham, J. P. and D.L., 6. 175G; 
ill. 1S02, Catherine Sarah, dau. of Jeremiah Curteis, Esq. cf 
Rye, and left issue, 
I. John Odlarne, of Higham, Sussex, J. P., formerly an 
officer Royal Dragoons, and J. P., m. 1843, Marion, dau. oi ' 
Robert Wallas, Esq. of Madeira, and left issue, 
1 John Stewart Odiarne Robertson Luxford, 6. 1851, . 
assumed the prefix surname of Robertson. 
1 Harriott Mary. 2 Marion Frances, 

n. George Curteis, now of Higham. i. Lydia Mary. 

Ar;ns — Or, on a pile az. three boars' heads couped of the 
field. Crest— A boar's head erased at the neck gu., holding iu- 
the mouth a spear or, headed of the first. 

&ti£— Higham, Hurst Green, near Lewes, Sussex. 


Maeiox LrxirooEE, Elizabeth Cc>>'ixGnAM', 
m. 1877, W. Treror Roper, Esq., and Axne Dove, 
m. 1871, Gr. D. Lees, Esq., co-heiresses of Kershike, 
Hoist ock and Meldon Manors, and Okehauipton 
Park, DeroD, s. their father 1876. 

JLinCajfC.— This family is of antiquity in Devon, and was 
formerly seated at Okeliampton, for which borough John 
LuxMooRE, Esq. of Coomb Park, Devon, was, towards the clo.-o 
of the last century, returned to Parliament, but afterwards 
unseated on petition. He rn. Elizabeth, dau. of William Cun- 
ningham, Esq., and left issue five sons and two daus. ; of the 
former, the 2nd was Charles, of whou) presently; and tho 
4th, Thomas Bridgenian, Major of Volunteers daring the 
French war, 1S02 to 1815, m. 1792, Miss Cartwright, and had 
three sons and three daus., 1 Eliziibeth; 2 Patience, Mrs. 
James; 3 Mary Cunningham, Mrs. Robert Lethbridgc- tho 
2nd son was the late Kev. John Luxmoore, M.A., late Scholar 
of Pembroke Coll. Camb., and lately of Kerslake. The 2nd 
son of John Luxmoore, of Coomb Pi'rk, was 

Charles Lux.moobe, Esq., who pos;e?scd the Manors of Hal- 
stock and Meldon, Devon, and the. estates thereto attached, 
including the Park of Okehampton, for .many generations in 
the possession of the Courtenays. lie d. 1834, and was s. by 
his nephew. 





Rev. John Luxmooke, M.A., of KerslaUe, Halstock, and 
Meldon Manors, and Okeliampton Park, Devon, Eector of 
Llanymynecli, Salop, b. 18 Jan. IS02; s. his uncle, Charles 
Luxmoore, Esq. 1834; in. 1st, 1829, Isaliella, 2nd dau. of William 
Scott, Esq. of Clifton and Broadgate, Devon, by whom he had 

I. Isabella, d. 6 May, 1844. Ii. Mahion. 

III. Elizabeth Cunningham. 

He m. 2ndly, 1850, Anne, 2nd dau. of Jonathan Steele, Esq. 
of Poole, Dorset, and had by her an only child, 

IV. Anne Dove. 

He m. 3rdly, 1857, Elizabeth Harnett, 3rd dau. of Felix Boylan, 
Esq. of Dublin, and d. 12 July, 1876, when he was s. by his 
three daus., his co-heiresses. 

Arms — Arff., a chevron sa. between three moorcocks ppr. 
Crest— A battle axe erect ppr. ilff);;o— Securis fecit securum. 
Seat — Kerslake, Okehampton, Devon. 



See Ames. 


LtalIt, Geoeqe, Esq. of Hedley, Surrey, and 
Findon, Sussex, J.P., formerly Grovernor of the Bank 
of England, M.P. forWhitehaven from 1857 to 1865, 
b. 1819 ; m. 1st, 1845, Eleanor Harriett, only child of 
the Kev. J. Manley, which lady d. 1853 ; and 2ndly, 
1855, Frances, eldest surviving dau. of D. Cave, 
Esq. of Cleve Hill, co. Gloucester, and has issue, 

I. George Arthuh Cave. 

II. Henry Claud. in. Charles Noel. 

I. Constance Mary. ii. Frances Beatrice. 

III. Margaret Emmeline. iv. Agatha Mary. 
V. Marian Cecil. 

3LtUCag;0.— John Ltall, Esq., son of George Lyall, of 
Graystone Lees, co. Berwick (wherein the name of Lyie or De 
Lyle may be traced for many generations), established himself 
in London, and finally at Findon, Sussex, where he d. 1805, 
and left issue, 

George, who s. him, and d. 1853. 

John, Col. in the Indian army, d. 1817. 

William Rowe, D.D., Dean of Canterbury, d. 1857. 

Hazeldine, Lieut. R.N., d. 1824. Alfred (Rev.), d. 18G5. 

Margaret, m. W. Pearson, Esq. of Harblodown, Canterbury, 
and d. 1855. 

Jane, m. George Darling, Esq., M.D., of London, and d. 
The eldest son, 

George Ltall, Esq., who s. his father at Findon, repre- 
sented the city of London in several Parliaments, and was 
Chairman of the East India Company during the Affghan war, 
•one of the most critical periods of Indian hi.story; he took a 
leading part in the foundation of many of the commercial 
undertakings of his time. He m. Margaret Anne, only child of 
.John Edwardes, Esq., and by her had the following issue, 

John Edwardes, Advocate-General of Bengal, vi. Julia, dau. 
of John Davis, Esq., and d. at Barrackpore, 1815. 

George, now of Hedley and Findon. 

William Hearle (Rev.), Rector of St Dionis Bnckchurch, 
London, m. Susan, dau. of Sir Thomas Grant, K.C.B. 

Margaret, m. the Kev. J. C. Wynter, and ''. 1852. 

JVIary, in. William Forsyth, Esq., y.C, M.P. for Marylebone, 
and d. 1864. 

Arms (as borne hy the famU;/)—lnt and 4th, az., a bend be- 
tween six crosses-cro.s.slct fitchee or; 2nd and 3rd, gu., frclty or. 
Crest — A cock or, combed and wattled gu. Motto — An. I. May. 

Scat— Hedley, Epsom, Surrey. 


LvDEKEEB, Gerard Wolff, Esq. of Harpenden 
Lodge, St. Albans, co. Herts, J. P. for that co. and 
Beds, a Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions for 
Herts, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, and of the 
Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, b. 10 July, 1811 ; 
m. 20 July, 1848, Martha Margaret, youngest dau. 
of Thomas Peake, Esq., Scijeant-at-Law, and has 

I. Richard, 6. 25 JtiTy, 1849, B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., a 
Member of the Geological Survey of India. 

II. John, b. 21 Oct. 1850, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Bar- 
rister-at-Law of the Inner Temple. 

III. Arthur, 6. 22 April, 1853, Lieut. Herts Militia. 

IV. Edgar, 6. 9 May, 1863. 

JLt'ltfiigr. — It appears from the Dutch Secretary Records, 
Book nil, p. 38, that a grant of lands. Long Island, was made 
to Richard Ltdekker, on the 10th December, 1654 ; he is 
believed to have been a Captain in the Royal Navy of Holland, 
and to have been s. by his son, Gerard Ltdekker, whose son, 
Richard Ltdekker, in. Miss Kennedy, the lands being con- 
firmed 7 Sept. 1763, to his son, the Rev. Gerard Ltdekker, 
B.A. of Yale Coll. Connecticut. On the breaking out of the 
war this gentleman early attached himself to the Loyalist 
party, and distinguished himself by his active exertion in op- 
po-sition to the revolutionary principles. He retired to New 
York; his property of Ilackensack, N.I., in Albany and Long 
Island, having been confiscated. He arrived in England a.d. 
1783, and dying 1793, left, by Elizabeth Colcy his wife, three 
sons, I. Richard, his heir; n. William, d. 1840; iii. John, 6. 
1778, the eminent South Sea ship-owner and munificent bene- 
factor of the Seamen's Hospital, d. 23 July, 1832. 

Richard Ltdekker (the eldest son), 6. 1772, M.D., of St. 
Peter's, St. Alban's, m. 10 Sept. 1808, Elizabeth, dau. and 
heiress of Robert Wolfe, Esq. of Roxwell, Essex. He d. 19 Dec. 
1844, and his widow, 7 Jan. 1854, their issue being one son, 
Gerard Wolfe, above named, and one dau., Cornelia, of Hall 
Place, St. Alban's. 

Seat — Harpenden Lodge, near St. Alban's, Herts. 



Ltle, Hugh Chetham, Esq. of Cairnagariff, co. 
Donegal, Major E.A,, m. 5 June, 1860, Juanita 
Henriquita, eldest dau. of Admiral Duntze, and lias 

had issue, 

I. Hugh, d. in infancy. 

II. George Samuel Bateson, b. 23 July, 1865. 

III. Henry Duntze, b. 6 Dec. 1866. 

IV. Hugh, b. 28 July, 1875. 

I. Juanita Henriquita, d. in infancy. ii. Catherine. 

III. Gertrude Caroline. iv. Rosario Teresa. 

V. Eva Gwendoline. 

3LintHQt. — This family has been settled in the North of 
Ireland for a considerable time. 

Hugh Ltle, Esq. of Coleraine, was m. previously to 1717 to 
Eleanor, dau. of Hugh Bankhead, of Kilotin, co. Londonderry, 
and by her had issue, with two daus. (Elizabeth, wife of Hugh 
Carmichael, Esq. of Dublin, and Martha, Mrs. Bryan), an only 

Hnon Lyle, Esq. of Coleraine, b. 20 Feb. 1717; m. 6 July, 
1749, Eleanor, dau. of Samuel Hyde, of co. Lancaster, and of 
Belfast, and had issue by his said wife, who survived him, 
three sons and three daus., 

I. Hugh, of Jackson Hall, co. Londonderry, b. 30 Dec. 17.56, 
m. Sarah, dau. of Thomas Greg, and left at his decease, 
1812, three sons and four daus., 

1 Hugh. 2 Thomas. 3 

1 Elizabeth. 2 Eleanor. 3 Mary, 

II. Samuel, of whom presently. 

III. James, of Philadelphia. 
I. Mary. II. Eleanor. 

The 2nd son, 

Samdel Ltle, Esq. of The Oaks, b. 13 April 
Sheriff CO. Fermanagli 1806, m.. 17 Aug. 1787, Esther, dau. of 
John ,\cheson, Esq. of Londonderry (who d. 4 Feb. 1844), and 
d. 25 Dec. 1815, leaving issue, 

I. HnoH, of Cairnagariff, co. Donegal, Treasurer of the 
CO. Londonderry, m. Catherine, dau. of — Bateson, Esq., 
and had issue a son, the present 

Hugh Chetham Ltle, Esq. of Cairnagariff, Major Royal 

II. Achcson, of The Oaks, Londonderry, Lord Lieut, and 
Custos for that co., 6. 13 March, 1795; m. 5 April, 1825, 
Eleanor, 2nd dau. of James Warre, Esq., by Eleanor his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Greg, Esq. of Belfast, and d. 1870, 
having had issue, 

1 James Acheson, of The Oaks, J. P. and D.L., Parrister- 
at-Law, b. 4 Feb. 1827; m. 6 Aug. 1851, Ida Elizabeth 
2nd dau. of the Rev. Francis Ruttledge, of Bloomfield, co. 
Mayo, and has issue, 
Felton Henrt James Acheson, b. 25 May, 1861. 
Francis Acheson, b. 4 March, 1865. 

Margaret Eleanor Acheson, b. 27 April, 1853; in. 6 
Jan. 1876, her cousin Hugh Lyle, eldest son of Samuel 
Lyle, Esq., the younger. 
Eleanor Ida Acheson, b. 18 Feb. 18G3. 

4 Sarah 

1761, High 





1 Gcorgina Achcson, /,;. Lieut.-Col. J. I'onsonby Cox, 


2 Eleanor Augusta Achcson, m. 4 Sept. 1855. Fclton 
KreUcric William Ilervey, formerly Capt. 13th Li^ht 
Dragoons, and afterwards one of the Inspectors-Gcneial 
of Prisons in Ireland, who d. 31 March, IsGl : his widow 
m. 2udly, 1869, S. G. Kathhone, Esq. of Allerton, co. Lan- 

3 Esther Emily Acheson, m. 6 Feb. 18G2, William Rath- 
bone Esq., M.P., of Greenbank, Liverpool. 

4 Florence Acheson, hi. i Aug. 1874, the Eev. G. Gal- 
braith, of Lower Cumber, co. Londonderry. 

III. Samuel, 6. 18 Feb. 1801 ; m. 2 May, 1843, Margaret, dau. 
of John Stephenson, of Knockan, co. Londonderry, and d. 
18 Aug. 18G8. IV. James, d. unvi. 

I. Eleanor, d. unm. 

II. Sarah, m. Thomas Batt, Esq. of Rathmullcn, co. Donegal. 

III. Mary, vi. Henry Sole Sandys, Esq. 
Seat — Cairnagariff, co. Donegal. 


Lxxcn, MAEcrs Nicholas, Esq. of Earna, co. 
Galwaj, J.P., D.L., High Slierifi' 18G9, formerly 
Lieut. 33rd regt., b. 12 Sept. 1836; m. 8 Mny, 
18G7, Blanche, only dau. of Count Jiiliuz Marylski, 
of Warsaw, and has issue, 

I. Nicholas Mahcus, 6. 16 April, 18C8. 

II. Arthur Sarsfield, 6. 5 June, 1874. 

I. Ida. II. Ethel. m. Violet. 

IttncatJC. — The family of Lynch, of which was James 
Lynch, the inflexible Mayor of Galway 1494, is of very ancient 
standing in the province of Connaught, and ranks amongst the 
«riginal settlers, known by the name of " The Tribes of Gal- 
vray." In an old manuscript in Ulster's Office, William le 
PsTiT is stated to have been ancestor of the Lynch family in 
Ireland, of which many branches still exist in high respecta- 
bility in cos. Galway and Mayo. 

The greater portion of the Earna property came into the 
Lynch family by the marriage of the direct ancestor of the 
present proprietor with the heiress of the O'Hallokans, the 
foun'Jalions of whose castle are still to be seen. 

Makccs Ltnch, Esq. of Barna, descended from the marriage 
of William Lynch and the heiress of O'Halloran, m. 1684, 
Elizabeth, dau. of OUver Browne, Esq. of C'oolaron, and was 
father of 

Nicholas Lynch, Esq. of Barna, m. 1719, Mary, dau. and 
heiress of Neptune Lynch, Esq. of Lettermullin, co. Galway. 
Their only son, 

Maeccs Lynch, Esq. of Barna, m. 1742, Anstace, dau. of 
Maurics Blake Esq. of BalUnafad, co. Mayo, and had issue, 
■with three daus. (of whom Julia m. 1874, Hyacinth D'Arcy, 
Esq. of KiltuUa), two sons, the younger of whom, James, ((. 
leaving one dau. and heiress, m. Maurice Blake, Esq. of 
liallinafad, co. Mayo. Mr. Lynch, whose will, dated 28 Nov. 
1787, was proved 6 July 1795, was s. by his elder son, 

Nicholas Ltsch, Esq. of Barna, m. 1765, Catherine, only 
dau. and heiress of Henry Blake, Esq. of BaUinahill, co. Gal- 
way, 2nd son of Blake of Lehinch, co. Mayo, and by her had, 
with five daus., one son, 

Makccs Blake Lynch, Esq. of Barna, in. 1st, Jan. 1792, 
Jane Mary, dau. of Slark Byrne, Esq. of Mullinahacli, Dublin; 
and 2ndly, 1796, Clarinda, 2nd dau. of John Seagrave, Esq. of 
Cabra, co. Dublin (see that Family), by whom at his death, Jan. 
1829, he left issue, five daus. (Catherine, Jane, Frances, 
Clarinda, and Henrietta), and an only son, 

Nicholas Lynch, Esq. of Barna, D.L., High Sheriff of 
Calway town 1843, 6. 22 Feb. 1804; m. 24 Nov. 1S35, Eliza, 
2nd dau. of Stephen Grehan, Esq. of Rutland Square, Dublin 
(by Margaret his wife, dau. of George Ryan, Esq. of Inch (ice 
that Family), and had issue, 

Marccs Nicholas, now of Barna. 


Mr. Lynch d. 22 Nov. 1862. 

Artiu — Az., a chevron between three trefoils slipprd or. 
Crtit (adopted by the family; — A rose tree p^ir. MuUo— 
Semper lidtlis. 

Scat — Barna, Galway. 

for Galway co. and town, and for co. Clare, was 
High Sheriff for Galway 1858, and Clare 1S6G, 
and for Galway co. 1870, h. 1831 ; m. 18G5, Fanny, 
2ud dau. of the late Sir Thomas N. Redington, 
K.C.B., of Kilcoruan, and has issue, 

I. Mark, b. 1866. ii. Thomas David. 

III. William Patrick, 

I. Ellen. II. Fanny. 

IttllCilSC. — Mark Lynch, Esq. of Rcnmore, co. Galway, 
h. 1684; 1/1. Jane, only dau. of Nicholas Biggs, Esq. of 
Jamaica, and had two sons, Patbick, his heir ; and Nicholas, 
d. s. 'p. The elder and heir, 

Patrick Lynch, Esq. of Renmorc, 6. 1714; m. 1747, Anne, 
sister of Sir Charles ffrench, Bart, of Castle tTrcnch, and aunt 
of Thomas, 1st Baron ffrench, and by her had, with two daus., 
who both d.s.])., two sons, Mark, of whom presently; and 
Martin, Barrister-at-Law. The elder son, 

Mark Lynch, Esq. of Duras Park, co. Galway, 6. 1755; m. 
1785, Barbara, only child of Stephen Burke, Esq., of Ower, 
CO. Galway, and by her had one son, 

Patrick Marcus Lynch, late of Duras Park. 
He la. 2ndly, 1792, Victoire, dau. of Richard Wolsey Cormick, 
Esq. of Wolsey Park, in the island of Granada, by Lucy Bai-- 
bara his wife, sister of Sir George Leonard Staunton, Bart., 
and by her had issue at his death, 1822, 

George Staunton, now of Clydagh House, co. Galway, 
(/ ffer to Lynch Staunton). 

Henry Cormick, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., Madras, h. 1801; m. 1838, 
Charlotte, dau. of J. Brock Wood, Esq. of Huntingdon Hall, 
CO. Che.ster, and had a son, George Staunton, b. 1839, 
Lieut. Hants Artillery Militia. Capt. Lynch s. to the estate 
of Leigh Park, near Havant, Hants, 1859, on the death s. p. 
of his cousin, Sir G. T. Staunton, Bart, (see Staunton), and 
d. in the same year, having assumed the additional name 
and arms of Staunton. 

Richard M., of Glenard, co. Galway, J.P., m. Georgiana, 
dau. of the Rev. G. Varennc, D.D., Rector of Stapleiiurst, 
Kent, and has a dau., Anna Varenne. 

Charles ffrench. 

Lucy, rii. Richard IMartyn, Esq. of Galway, deceased. 

Jcannette Victoiro, m. Abraham F. lioyse, Esq. (2nd son of 
the late Thomas Eoyse, Esq. of Nantenant House, co. 
Limerick), deceased. Margaret, d. unm. 

The eldest son, 

Patrick Marcus Lynch, Esq. of Duras Park, and Renmore 
Park, J. P., High Sheriff 1845, b. 1785; ra. 1620, Ellen, only 
dau. of John Wilson, Esq. of Belvoir, co. Clare, and has issue, 

John Wilson, now of Duras. 

William Joseph, an officer 19th regt., 6. 1835, d. 1874. 

Barbara, m. 1851, Lieut.-Col. Geoghcgan, H.E.I.C.S. 

Ellen, TO. 1855, Edward Thomas Stapleton, E.'q. 

Eliza. Mary Jane. Fanny. 

He d. 1864. 

Arms — Az., a chevron between three trefoils slipped or. 
CreH — A lynx passant cowardcd ppr. Motto — Semper lidelis. 

Sw.ts — Duras, Kinvara, co. Galway; Eenmore, Galway; 
Belvoir, Sixmilebridge. Club — Junior United Service, S. W. 


Ltnch, John Wilson, Esq. of Duras Park, 
and Renmore Park, co. Galway, Capt. and Hon. 
Major Galway Militia, D.L. for Galway, and J.P. 

See Lynch-Staunton. 


Lynch, Edwaed Pateick, of Partry House, co. 
Mayo, a Major-Gen. in H.M. Indian army, Knight 
of the Lion and Sun, m. Emily, dau. of Capt. 
Stirton, of Earlswood House, Eeigate, and has issue, 

I. Henry Blosse, 6. 1856, Lieut. 54th regt. 

I. Sarah Jane, m. Major Scott, Bengal Staff Corps. 

II. Elizabeth, to. Capt. Marryott, lioyal Engineers. 

III. Louisa Caroline. iv. Constance Emily. 
V. Victoria. 

JL {lira Cjr.— Joseph Lynch, Esq., descended from Lynch, 
of Currendulla Castle, co. Gahvuy, >/i. Margaret Blake, of 
Ballinafad, and was father of 

Henry Blosse Lynch, Esq. of Partry, Major 73id foot, who 
ra. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Finnis, Esq. of Uythe, Kent, and 
had issue, 

John Finnis, of Partry, d. unm. ISS."). 

Edward Patrick, Majoi-Gencral, now of Partry. 

Henry Blosse, Capt. Indian Navy, C.B., b. 24 Nov. 1807; m. 
Aug. 1838, Caroline, dau. of Col. Robert Taylor, of the 
Bombay Army, H.M.'s Minister at Bagdad, and had issue, 





III. Caroline. 

I. Quested Finnis, 6. 1850; d. unm. 
1. Kose. II. Alice. 

He (I. 1873. 

Arms — Arg., a chevi-on between three trefoils slipped or. 
Cr'.st — A lynx passant cowarded ppr. Motto — Semper constans 
St fidelis. 
Seat — Patry House, Ballinrobe, co. Mayo. 


Lynch, Anthony Joseph, Esq. of Lavally, co. 
Galwaj, J.P., m. 10 Feb. 1872, Henrietta, dau. of 
Eicbard D'Arcy, Esq., J.P., of Welfort, co. Galway, 
and has surviving issue, 

Thomas Maubice Joseph. 

Catherine Mary Josephine. 

ILtUCagC. — The history of the Lynch family is closely 
interwoven with the annals of the town of Galway. Their 
name is connected with some of its most interesting traditions, 
and is of constant occurrence amongst those of its mayors and 
foremost citizens. Various public edifices stand as monuments 
of the share which they took in its affairs, and several old 
sculptured houses bear testimony to the opulence which they 
enjoyed in the best days of their native town. 

Do-MiNicK Lynch, Fitz-John Fitz-Andeew, of Galway, 
grand-nephew of James Lynch, who is believed to have re- 
enacted the stern justice of the first Brutus, had, amongst 
other issue, a son, 

Jeffket Lynch, of Galway, who was M.P. 1613. He m. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Browne, of Kilskeagh, co. Galway, and left, 
amongst other issue, a son, 

John Lynch, of Galway, and afterwards of Lavally, co. Gal- 
way, 'M. 30 July, 1641, Mary, dau. of William Lynch Fitz- 
Andrew, Esq. of Galway, by Catherine his wife, widow of 
Henry French, of Movilla Castle, co. Galway, and dau. of 
Martin D'Arcy, of Galway, and had, besides two elder sons, 
Dominick and Patrick, both of whom d. s. p., Thomas, his 
heir; and Stephen, who m. Mary, dau. of Sir Henry Lynch, of 
Currendalla, co. Galway. In the Cromwellian forfeitures, 
this John Lynch seems to have suffered, as an Athlone decree 
adjudged to him two-thirds of his former estates. That they 
■were extensive appears from the award of the Loughrea Com- 
missioners, in pursuance of that decree, whereby he became 
re-possessed of denominations, including 5,000 acres of Straf- 
ford survey. The present family estate of Lavally is included 
in this award, and is believed to have been previously enjoyed 
hy him as portion of his wife's ancestral estate of Movilla. 
His eldest surviving son, 

Thomas Lynch, of Lavally, m. 18 Aug. 1C70, Eleanor Martyn, 
of Cuale, whose family representatives now reside at TuUyra, 
and had a son, Martin, his heir, and two daus., Mary and 
Anne. The family had to endure further confiscations after 
the Restoration, and on 21 July, 1691, Thomas Lynch Fitz- 
John accepted a certificate patent, leaving him little more 
than a tenth part of what his father had received by way of 
award from the Loughrea Commissioners. Tliis residue again 
included the present family estate of Lavally. The son and heir, 

Martin Lvnch, of Lavally, ni. 18 April, 1702, Joan, dau. of 
Peter French Fitz-Henry, of Galway, and had issue, Thomas, 
his heir; Peter; John; Nicholas; Jeannet; and Eleanor. The 
eldest son, 

Thomas Lynch, Esq. of Lavally, whose will, dated 24 Feb. 
1773 was proved 21 Dec. 1793. He m. 11 Feb. 1740, Julia, 
dau. of D'Arcy Hamilton, Esq. of Fahy, by Catherine his wife, 
dau. of Eobert French, Esq. of Eahasane, co. Galway, and 
had, besides a dau., Joanna, a son and successor, 

Martin Lynch, Esq. of Lavally, m. 24 June, 1769, Margaret, 
dau. of Edward Burke, Esq. of Cruchduff, co. Mayo, and had 
issue three sons and five daus., Anthony, his heir; Martin; 
Edward; Julia: Joanna; Margaret; Mary; and Catherine. He 
was s. by his eldest son, 

Anthony Lynch, Esq. of Lavally, m. 27 July, ISOl, Cclia, 
dau. of Thomas Burke, Esq. of Loughgeorge, co. Galway, and 
had issue, Martin, who s. his father; Edward, d. s. j). ; 
Thomas, who s. upon the death of his brother, Martin; 
Anthony, who d. s. p.; Francis, who m. 31 July, 1841; 
Harriett, dau. of — Blake, Esq. of Hollypark, co. Galway; 
and Catherine, who d. s. p. Anthony Lynch d. 1B24, and was 
8. by his eldest son, 

Martin Lynch, Esq. of Lavally, d. s. p., and was s. by his 

Tho.mas Lynch, Esq. of Lavally, J. P., m. 14 Jan. 1828, 
Eosina, dan. of Thomas Tighe, Esq. of Lar.igh, co. Uoscommon, 
and Newfort, co. Galway, and had surviving issue. 

I. Anthont Joseph, now of Lavally. li. Francis. 
I. Cecilia, ra. 19 July, 18G5, John Fallon, Esq. of Netterville 
Lodge, CO. Galway. 

Mr. Lynch d. 10 Aug. 1872. 

Arms — Az., a chevron between three trefoils slipped or. 
Crest — A lynx passant cowarded arg. Motto — Semper tidelis. 
&ai — Lavally, Craughwell, co. Galway. 


I/YON, William, Esq. of The Hall, Goring, 
Sussex, J. P., late Major 8th Hussars, and formerly 
M.P. for Seaford, m. 1860, Louisa, dau. of Henry 
Valentine Smith, Esq., and has issue, 

I. William Francis Henry. 

II. FitzRoy David. in. Nathaniel John. 

JltncaflC— John Lyon, Esq. of Brechin (from the Easter 
Ogil branch of the noble House of Glamis), m. Elizabeth Burn, 
also of Brechin, and had issue. The elder son, 

John Lyon, Esq. of Castle Lyon, co. Perth, and Kinnaird, 
CO. Fife, m. Jane, dau. of Alexander Ochterlony, Esq. of Pit- 
forthy, Angus, aunt and representative of the gallant Major- 
Gen. Sir David Ochterlony, Bart., G.C.B., who d. unm. 1825 
(see Burke's Extinct Baronetacie). Their 2nd son, 

David Lyon, Esq. of Portland Place, London, and of Jamaica, 
m. Isabella, eldest dau. of John Read, Esq. of Cairney, co. 
Forfar, by Anne, only dau. of William Guthrie, Esq. of Clcp- 
pington, and had issue, 

John, his heir, late representative, d. v.nin. at Paris, 1858. 

James, of AVoolavington, Sussex, m. Frances Harriett, dau. 
of Major-Gen. Thewlea, of Eookwood, co. Eoscommon, and 
d. 1S5G, having had issue, Edmund David, James Caris- 
brook, Gertrude, Mary, and Eleanor. 

David, of Goring Hall and Balentore Castle, co. Forfar, 
J. P. and D.L., formerly M.P. for Beeralston, m. 18.8, 
Blanche, dau. of Eev. Edward and Lady Charlotte Bury, 
and d. «. p. 

George, m. Victorine Louise, dau. of Monsieur Joseph Bl«nc, 
of Marseilles, by his wife, Adele Antoinette Cecil de Perez- 
zone, and by her left one dau., Adele Antonia Desere Loaise. 

William, now of The HaO, Goring, late Major 8th Husars, 
and M.P. for Seaford. 

Elizabeth, ra. 4 Jan. 1822, John Cavendish, 3rd Lord 
Kilmaine, andt?. 1 Dec 1834, leaving issue. 

Isabella, ra. 1st, James Weddcrburn, Esq., who d. 1834; and 
2ndly, 8 Oct. 1836, Sir Charles Howe Fremantlc, G.C.B., 
Admiral E.N., 2nd son of Admiral Sir Thomas Fremauile, 
Bart, G.C.B. She d. his widow, 26 Dec. 1876. 

Mary, d. unm. 1818, at -Montauban, in France. 

Agnes, ra. 17 Feb. 1829, Col. John Fremantle, C.B , Cold- 
stream Guards, Aide-de-Camp to Her Majesty, aud has 

Emily, ra. 8 May, 1828, Col. the Hon. Nathaniel Henry 
Charles Massy, brother of the 3rd Lord Clarina. 

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant az. armed and langucd within a 
double tressure flory and counterflory gu. Cre^t—K lady to 
the girdle holding in her right hand the royal thistle inclosed 
in a circle of laurel ppr. in allusion to the alliance of Sir John 
Lyon with Jean, dau. of King Eobert II. Mottoes— ^n te 
Domine speravi, for Lyon ; Prudentii et aaimo, for OciiiEtt- 


Heat — The Hall, Goring, Sussex. 


Lyon, Thomas Heney, Esq. of Appleton Hall, 
CO. Chester, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1867, late 
Lieut. R.N., sometime Capt. in the Militia, b. 28 
Oct. 1825 ; m. 1st, 24 July, 1860, Vanda, 3rd dau, 
of Lord Winmarleigh, which lady d. 17 July, 1861 ; 
and2ndly, 11 June, 1872, Edith Grace, only dau. of 
William Hill Branckcr, Esq. of Bisj^ham Hall, CO. 

ILinCaSC— The family of Lyon is of Scottish descent. 
The ancestor of the branch before us, Thomas Lyon, b. about 
1626, served in the Scots Greys, and, having left his native 
country, settled at Warrington, co. Lancaster, where he pur- 
chased property, and d. 1G94, leaving issue, by Dorothy his 

John Lyon, of W.nrringtnn, who purchased estates in Apple- 
ton. He was b. 1688, and ia. Margaret, dau. and co-heiress of 
Thomas Edwardson, of Peel House, co. Lancaster, by whom 
he had issue, 

Thomas, his heir. 

JIatthevi', of whom hereafter, as successor to his brother. 





Ellen, ni. Kdward Pemberton, Esq. BI.D., nf AVaninston, 
grandfather of the late Ui^ht Hon. Thomas reinbtrtuii- 
Leigh, ereatt'd Lord Kingsdown. 

The elder son, 

Thomas Lyon, Esq. of Warrington, .■!. to the Appleton pro- 
perty, but(i. uilM. -9 Dec. 1771), wlien the estates devolved on 
his brother, 

Mattuew Lton, Esq., b. 171G; m. Ellen, dan. and co-liciross 
of James FairclouRh, Esq. of Wigan, and left issue at his 
decease, 8 June, 1782, with a dau., ICllen, i/i. Joseph Turr, 
Esq. of l"ir Grove, West Derby, two sons, 

I. Thomas, his heir. 

II. James, liector of Prestwich, co. Lancaster, in. Mary, only 
dau. of Edmund Itadcliffe, Esq. and liad issue, 

1 James EadclitTc, Kootor of Pulford, co. Chester, 6. 
11 July, 1785; xi. 18 May, 1814, Frances, dau. of George 
Clayton, Esq. of Lostock, and had issue. 

2 Thomas, devisee of his uncle, and lute possessor of 
Appleton Hall. 

3 Edmund, M.D., of Manchester, 6. 23 Jan. 1790; d. Jan. 

4 John, K.N., h. 5 Feb. 1797 : d. at the Cnpc of Good Hope, 
1821. 5 Matthew, 6. 12 July, ISUO. 

6 George, 6. 14 Oct. 1801. 

1 Ellen, m. Rev. Edmund Corser, 

2 Sarah Anne, m. liev. Henry Fieldins:. 

3 Mary, m. Hev. George Dutcard, M.A., Incumbent of 
Barnard Castle 1847, an Hon. Canon of Durham, and 
Master of St. John's Hospital, Barnard Custle. 

rhc elder son, 

Thomas Lyon, Esq. of Appleton, J.P., Lieut.-Col. Warrington 
Volunteers, 6. 15 Nov. 175G; d. unm. 18 Sept. 1818, having 
fleviscd his estates to his nephew, 

Thomas Lyon, Esq. of Appletou Ilall, J. P. and D.L., 6. 
2 Dec. 1786; m. 28 Feb. 1820, Eliza, youngest dau. of George 
Clayton, Esq. of Lostock Hall, co. Lancaster; and d. 17 Aug. 
1859, leaving issue, 

Thomas, b. 29 June, 1823; m. Dec. 1SG3, Iluleva, dau. of 

Baron Posse, of Alsponga, Sweden. 
Thomas Henry, now of Appleton Hall. 
Charles, b. 29 Nov. 1832. 
Francis, b. 11 Jan. 1834, MajorR.H.A. ; m. 1863, Flora, 2na 

dau. of the Hon. A. Annesley, and sister to Lord Valentia, 

and has four sons and a dau. Agnes Gardner. 

Eliza Mary, m. the late Archdeacon Grunall, who d. s. ri. 

27 Nov. 1867. 
Georgiana, m. May, 1802, R. A. Cross, Esq., M.P. for S. W. 

Lancashire. Adelaide. 

Arrai — Arg., a lion rampant vert. Crest — A lion's head 
jrased arg. Mntto — Pro rege et patria. 
£ctti— Appleton Hall, near Warrington, co. Chester. 


Lyons, William Thomas Beistow, Esq. of Old 
Park, and Brookhills, co. Antrim, J.P. and D.L., 
Bigh Sheriff 1866, I. 12 Aug. 1812 ; s. 18-49; m. 
Feb. 1840, Julia Maria, dau. of James Jones, Esq. 
)f Mount Edward, co. Sligo, and has issue, 

I. William Henry Holmes, b. 31 July, 1843. 

II. Robert Colville Jones, [6. 26 Oct. 1844, formerly 43rd 
Light Infantry; m. Dec. 1869, Helen Caroline, dau. of 
John Le Motte, Esq. Isle of Guernsey, and has issue, 

Cecil Colville, deceased. 
Edward Colville, b. 9 Jan. 1873. 
Guy Carey, 6. 16 Oct. 1875. 
in. Henry Rennith Thomas, b. 6 June, 1850. 
I IV. James Bristow, 6. 14 Oct. 1853. 
V. Clarence Edward, 6. 10 Feb. 1856, deceased. 
1. Eliza, TO. 1865, Robert Cunningham Thomson, Esq. of 
Castleton, Belfast, J.P. for co. Antrim, formerly Capt. 
2nd Queen's Own regt. 
If. Julia Maria, deceased. 

III. Dorinda Anna Henrietta. 

IV. Edith Arabella Louisa Florence, m. June, 1877, Henry 
Martin Moorsom, Esq., late Capt. Rifle Brigade, grandson 
of Admiral Sir Robert Moors. mi, K.C.B., M.P. 

▼. Constance Adela Hastings, ,/■. April, 1871, John Robert 
ColTillo, 4th son of James Corry Lowry, Esq., Q.C. of 
Eockdale. co. Tyrone (who d. 1873) ; and 2ndly, May, 1875, 
John Bath Allanson, Esq. of Minmanton, co. Carnarvon, 
eldest son of Thomas Allanson, Esq. of Tals Kyddy, St. 
Columbs, Cornwall. vi. Julie Marie Louise. 

HinCiigr.— This family is of Scottish extraction. 

David Lyons left Scotland during the commencement of 

the 18th century, and settled at Belfort. Me-.n. 1742, Jane, 
dau. of Col. Makic, and had two sons and six daus., 

I. Tno.MAS, of whom presently. 

II. Henry, of 2, Jlountjoy Sciuare, Dublin, m. Grace, dau. oJ 
Robert Smith, Esq. of co. Meatli. 

I. Blary, ,a. Samuel Ashniore, E.sq. of Belfast, and had issue, 
represented by Gen. Charles Ashmorc, Col 30th foot, of 
Clover Hill, co. Antrim. 

II. Elizabeth, m. John Brown, Esq. of Peter's Hill and 
Solitude, Belfast. 

III. Jane, m. James Bill, Esq. of Wilmont, Belfast. 

IV. Sarah, d. unm. 

V. Eleanor, tn. FrcdrieUc Holmes, Esq., BarrLster-at-Law, 
Middle Temple, London. vi. Anne, d. unm. 

David Lyons c^ 1775 ; his eldest son, 

Thomas Lyons, Esq. of Old Park, b. 1747; m. 1774, Sarah, 
dau. of Andrew Armstrong, Esq. of Dublin, and had issue, 

I. Henry, his heir. 

II. William Holmes, successor to his brother. 

III. Edward, d. unvi. 

I. Eliza, d. unm. u. Juliana, d. unm. 

Thomas Lyons d. 1807, and w.ns .s-. by his eldest son, 

Henry Lyons, Esq. of Old Park, b. 1776, d. unm. 1839, and 
was s. by his brother, 

William Holmes Lyons, Esq. of Old Park, b. 1781; m. 1811, 
Anne, dau. of Rev. William Bristow, 'Vicar of Belfast, anrt 
Sovereign of the town, by Rose his wife, dau. of George Cary, 
Esq. of Red Castle, co. Donegal, and luid issue. 

William Thomas Bristow, now of Old Park. 

Mr. Lyons d. Feb. 1849, and was s. by his only son, 

William Thomas Bristow Lyons, Esq., now of Old Park 
and Brookhill. 

Arms— Par fess or and gu., a lion rampant within a tressure 
flory counterehanged holding in his paws an annulet az. and 
in chief two trefoils vert. Crest— A dcmi-lion rampant az. 
holding in his paws an annulet or, therein a trefoil vert. 
Motto— In te Doniine speravi. 

6't'ttis— Brookhill, Lisburn ; and Old Park, Belfast. 


Lyons, Heney, Esq. of Croome House, co. 
Limerick, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1860, b. 18 May, 
1828 ; m. 14 May, 1873, Olivia Millicent, eldest dau. 
of Lord Eobert Montagu, M.P., by his 1st wife, 
Ellen Mary, only child of John Cromie, Esq. of 
Cromore, co. Londonderry, and has issue, 

James Denis, b. 28 Sept. 1877. 

Mary Eleanor. 

ILinrilflC— This family is of Milesian origin, a branch of 
the O'Lyehane, O'Liathan, or O'Lehan race, having settled in 
the CO. Limerick from the co. Cork, in the early part of the 
seventeenth century. 

James O'Lyne settled at Croonie, co. Limerick, and d. at 
Croomo House, 1740, leaving, with one dau., a son, his suc- 

Denis Lyne, or Lyons, Esq. of Croom House, 6. 1689; ni. 
1723, Mary Lenhan, by whom (who d. 29 Dee. 1774) he had 

I. James, b. 1729, settled in Limerick, and m. 20 Oct. 1757. 
Mciry, dau. of David Hourugan, Esq., and d. 8 June, 17b8» 
having had issue, 

1 Dennis, 6. 4 Nov. 1761 ; d. unm. 6 Nov. 182G. 

2 David, 6.29 Sept. 1765; d. -unra. 1799. 

3 James, b. 20 Oct. 1767; d. tuim. Sept. ISil. 

4 Christian, d. unm. 16 Dec. 1836. 

1 Johanna, ra. 29 June, 1801, Richard England, and 
d. s. p. June, 1836. 

2 Mary, m. 28 Aug. 1799, John Kelly, Esq., and d. 
15 March, 1830, leaving issue (■.■c.' Kelly of Roci:stoicii). 

II. Dennis, of whom hereafter. 

I. Catherine, r,>. 14 June, 1760, .James Scully, Esq. of Kil- 
feacle, co. Tipperary, and d. 30 June, 1818, leaving issue 
(see SccLLY of Mantle Hill). 

IT. Mary, m. 6 Aug. 17U8, John Canny, Esq. of Ballycascy, 
CO. Clare, and d. 25 Nov. 1823, leaving issue. 

Mr. Lyons d. 22 Nov. 1777. His 2nd son, 

Denis Lyons, Esq. of Croom House, J.P., b. 1749; m. 
9 Aug. 1779, Christian, eldest dau. of Thomas C;isey, Esi|., 
M.P., by whom (who d. Aug. 1823 ; he d. 5 July 1809) he had 

I. Denis, b. 6 Oct. 1782; d. unm. 30 March, 1803. 

II. Thomas, b. 9 Blay, 1784; </. young. 

III. James Dennis, b. 5 July, 1785, his successor. 

IV. Henry, b. 27 June, 1786; d. intm. 10 Jl.ireh, 1837. 

V. John, b. 2 July, 1789; m. 21 Sept. 1819, Helen, dau. of D. 





Daly, Esq., who d. 2G Jan. 1875. He d. IS June, 1828, and 
had issue, 
1 John Edward, &. 27 June, 1823 ; m. 24 Oct. 18G8, 
Gertrude, dau. of Rev. F. Henson, and d. 10 Oct. 1877. 

1 Christian, m. 1852, Thomas Galway, Esq. 

2 Helena, m. 18.54, Daniel Cronin Coltsman, Esq. of Glcn- 
flesk Castle, Killarney. 

VI. Thomas, h. 2G Jan. 179.5; d. unm. 1822. 

I. Helen, m. 20 Oct. 1802, Itoger Scully, Esq., and d. April, 

II. Johanna, m. 15 Oct. 1811, Daniel Clanchy, Esq. of Char- 
Icville, and d. 30 Dec. 1840. 

III. Christian, d. 3 Jan. 1S55. 

IV. Mary, d. Jan. 1820. 

Mr. Lyons d. 5 July, 1809, and was s. by his eldest surviving 

James Denis Lyons, Esq. of Croome House, J.P., D.L., High 
Slieriff 1853, i. 5 July, 1785; r,i. 31 March, 1818, Bridgette, 
eldest dau. of John Kennedy, Esq. of Limerick, by whom (who 
d. 30 Aug. 1873) he had issue, 

I. Denis, b. 21 May, 1822; d. unm. 16 Kov. 1841. 

II. John, 6. 10 Aug. 1823; d. unm. 10 April, 1818. 

III. Henrt, now of Croome House. 

!V. Thomas Casey, Col. in the array, C.B., b. 9 July, 18?9; 
ra. 6 Jan. 18G3, Helen, dau. of George Young, Esq. of Apley 
Towers, Eyde, and has issue, 

Henry George, b. 11 Oct. 18G4. 

Helen Amy. 

V. James, Capt. Royal Artillery, 6. 3 Feb. 1832 ; d. 12 June, 

VI. Edward, &. 28 Nov. 1836, Major Royal Artillery; m. 
15 May. 18G2, Alice Smith. 

I. Anna Maria, m. 10 Feb. 1840, George Sampson, Esq. of St. 

Catlierine's, co. Clare, and has issue. 
51. Christina, m. 3 July, 1844, James Morrogh, Esq. of Old 

Court, CO. Cork. 
HI. Mary Jane, d. 12 April, 1825. 

IV. Helena. 

V. Bessie, d. 4 Nov. 1841. 

VI. Frances Hortense, d. 26 April, 1857. 

Yd. Wilhelmina, m. 29 April, 1876, Michael Russell, Esq. of 
Glcnmore, co. Cork, and d. 14 March, 1877. 

Mr. Lyons d. 2 April, 1853, and was s. by his eldest surviving 
SdcU — Croome House, Croome, co. Limerick. 


The late John Charles Lyons, Esq. of Ledes- 
town, CO. Westmeath, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 
1816, formerly Capt. Westmeath Militia, b. 22 Aug. 
1792 ; s. his grandfather 1803 ; m. 1st, 14 March, 
1820, Penelope Melesina, only dau. of Hugh Tuite, 
Esq. of Sonna, co. Westmeath, by whom (who d. 
10 Feb. 1855) he had issue, 

I. Charles, 6. 7 Feb. 1821 ; d. unm. 24 Feb. 1859. 

I. Mary Ann Melesina, m. 1848, James Malley, Esq. of 

He m. 2ndly, 12 Nov. 1856, Frances Ellen, 3rd 
dau. of Thomas Walsh, Esq. of Bellevue, co. West- 
meath (by Frances Ellen his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Edmond L'Estrange, Esq. of Turin, co. Westmeath) , 
by whom he has further issue, 

II. John CnAnLEs, b. 1 Feb. 18G1. 

III. Charles, h. 17 Feb. 18G3. 

II. Caroline Constance. 

III. Mary Ann Camilla. 

iLtUCitgC— In the reign of James I., Capt. 'Williaih Lyons 
purchased the estate of Clonarrow, afterwards called River 
Lyons, and other lands in King's Co., and received a grant, 
3 Charles I., of the townland of TuUynally, with part of the 
great wood of Fercall, Kind's Co. 

Henry Lyons, Esq. of River Lyons, m. Anne, 6th dau. of 
George Rochfort, Esq. of Gaulstown, by Lady Elizabeth Moore 
bis wife, youngest dau. of Henry, 3rd Earl of Drogheda, and 
had three daus., Anne, m. John Nixon, Esq. ; Elizabeth, m. 
Robert Barry, Esq. ; and Henrietta, m. 1780, Robert Garden, 
Esq. Henry Lyon's brotlier, 

John Lyons, Esq., Major in the army, purchased Ledestown, 
CO. Westmeath, 1715. He m. Elizabeth, relict of Lieut. -Col. 
Richard Ashe, and dau. of Henry Williams, Esq., Deputy- 
Governor of Antigua, and had issue, 

Charles, his heir. 

John, of Drogheda, Capt. in the army, m. Dorothea, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Montgomery, and had three sons, of whom the 

2nd, Hugh, took the additional name of Montgomery, ant 
was ancestor of the Leitrim family (see Lyons-Montgomebi 
of Bdhavel). 
Henry, of Belmont, Deputy-Clerk of the Council and Deputj 
Muster-Master-General, m. and had an only child, Louisa. 
m. 1752, Chambre Brabazon, only son of Major-Gen. th( 
Hon. Henry Ponsonby, brother of the 1st Earl of Bess- 

Samuel, settled in Antigua, and is presumed to have beer 
ancestor of the present Lord Lyons. 

Margaret, m. Hans Widman, Esq. of Hanstoun, co. West 
ineath. Mary, m. Hugh Bowen, Esq. of Mullingar. 

Anne, to. Isaac Smith, Esq. of Anncville. 
Elizabeth, m. Glasgow Thompson, Esq. 
The eldest son, 

Charles Lyons, Esq. of Ledestown, High Sheriff co. West 
meath, 1731, Col. of Militia, m. 1723, Christiana, dau. o 
Robert Mason, Esq. of Mason Brook, co. Galway, and hai 

John, his heir. Charles, Major 60th regt., d. unm. 1799 

Margaret, to. 1764, Theophilus Bolton, Esq. 
Alicia, d. unm. 

The elder son, 

John Lyons, Esq. of Ledestown, High Sheriff 1778, m. 17C5 
Caroline, 3rd dau. of Lieut. -Col. John Dcgennes, of Portar 
lington, and d. 1803, leaving issue, 

Charles John, Capt. 12th Light Dragoons, b. 1766 ; to. 1791 

Mary Anne, youngest dau. of Sir Richard Levinge, Bart. 

and by her (who la. 2ndly, 1798, Anthony Adams Reilly 

Esq. of Roebuck, co. Cavan) he left at his decease, v. yi. 

Jlay, 1796, an only child, the late John Charles Lyons 

Esq. of Ledestown. 
John Robert, Capt. 69th regt., d. unm. 1801. 
Tcnison, Capt. 12th Dragoons, b. 1769; m. 1812, Eleanor, dnu 

of David Frazer, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and d. 1832, leaviii; 

i.ssue. Henry, d. young. 

Margaret Christiana, m. 1806, Rev. Samuel Auchmuty. 
Caroline, m. 1812, Mark Anthony Levinge, Esq., and d 

11 March, 1856. He d. 1847. Frances, d. unm. 1793 

Arms — Sa., a chevron erm. between three lions .<;cjan 
guardant arg. Ci-est — On a cap of maintenance a lion's IJcai 
erased. Motto — Noli irritare leones. 

Heat — Ledestown, Mullingar, co. Westmeath. 


Ltslet, William G-eeaed, Esq. of Pewsham 
Wilts, b. 1831 ; s. 1873 ; m. 27 Jan. 1869, France 
Elizabeth, only dau. of Sir Charles Hugh Lowthei 
Eart. of Svvillington and Wilton Castle, co. Yorl 
and has issue. 

SLtltCatJC. — This family of Lysley, or Lyley, is stated t 
have held, until 1774, lands at Harewood, Lyley, MirficU 
Kirkheaton, Rothwell, and Warmlicld, co. York. 

William Lysley, Esq. of Warmfield, co. York, son c 
Thomas Lysley, and Dorothy his wife, of the family of Army 
tage, m. 16 Oct. 1705, Anne, dau. of J. Sampson, Esq. c 
Pontefract, and was father of 

Richard Lysley, Esq. of Warmfield, m. 3 Dec. 1749, Ann( 
dau. and heir of James Pitt, Esq. of Goldhall, co. York, an 
relict of John Harrison, Esq. (whose uncle, J. Harrison, Esq 
was M.P. for co. Lincoln), and had two sous, 

Richard, some time Collector of the Customs at Dominicr 
TO. Mary, dau. of James Perkins, Esq. of Penystone, cc 
York, and had an only child, Richard Perkins, who d. unn 
at Dcmcrara, 1801. 

William, of whose descendants we treat. 
The younger son, 

William Lysley, Esq. of Warmfield, m. 14 April, 1774, Anr 
dau. of William Barker, Esq. of Wakefield; and d. 179: 
leaving an only son, 

William John Lysley, Esq., F.S.A., of Mimwood, Hert; 
and Pewsham, Wilts, J.P. and D.L. for Herts, and Hig 
Sheriff of that co. 1851, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Lav 
and M.P. for Chippenham since 1859, b. 12 Dec. 1791; ii. 
3 Dee. 1828, Caroline, dau. of John Marshall, Esq. of Ardwic 
House, CO. Lancaster, and had issue, 

I. William Gerard, now of Pewsham. 

II. Warine Bayley Marshall, b. 1833; m. 1859, Lavini: 
eldest dau. of Col. Du Vernet, and has a son. 

I. Sarah Maria, m. 1862, Henry Gillctt, Esq. 

II. Caroline Gertrude, to. 1865, Rear Admiral S. H. Dcrr 
man, R.N. 

He d. 1873. 

^r))i.s— Quarterly : 1st, gu., a lion passant guardant arg 
ducally crowned or; 2nd, or, a less between two chevrons sa 
both for Lysley; 3rd, or, a bend vair between three hurts, f( 
Pitt of Goldhall; 4th, as the 1st, with three mullets axi 





pierced of the dold in chief, also for Ltslev. C/Tsis— Ist, On 
II chapoau gu. tuiiu'd up erni. :i millstone arg. with niillrlml 
or; 2nd, A cubit arm in armour, the liand in a gauntlet 
grasping a war-mace all ppr. from the handle of the mace a 
chain iicmlant, encircling the arm or. jl/r.(;o— forward. 
Scat — Pcwsliam, ucar Chippenham, Wilts. 


Ltsoxs, Loeexzo Geoege, Esq. of HempstccT 
Court, CO. Gloucester, J.P., b. 6 Aug. 1839 ; s. liis 
father 1877 ; m. Oct. 18G2, Victoria, clau. of Gen. 
Sir William Richards, K.C.B., aud by her has had 

I. William Lokenzo Geokoe, 6. July, 1SC3. 

II. Daniel George, </. isur. 

in. Arthur Charles Fotheringham, 6. 1SC8. 

IV. George Lorenzo, rf. 1870. 

V. Samuel Victor Davies, 6. 1S74. 

VI. Clement Francis, rf. 1875. 

I. Ethel Teresa, d. 1875. ii. Mabel Susan. 

III. Gwendoline Catherine. 

IV. Victoria Georgiana, d. 1874. 

V. Marguerite Henrietta. 

itt'lICTlJC. — This family, which has been established for 
learly three centuries in co. Gloucester, is traditionally said 
have migrated thither from Wales. Leland, in his 
'tinemr;/, makes mention of the Lysans as inhabiting the 
own of Neath, in co. Glamorgan, temp. Henry VIII. 

William Letson, Lison. or Ltsons, bought an estate called 
Tetherlay, or the Lower Lay, in the parish of Westtiury-on- 
evern, 1G06. By Anne his wife he had issue, i. John, his 
icir; II. Arthur, of Hempstcd, co. Gloucester; iii. Thomas, 
if Worcester, Mayor of that city 1651, who proclaimed 
JnARLEs II. King of Great Britain; iv. Daniel, of whom 
iresently. The 4th son, 

Daniel Ltsons, Esq., 6. Nov. 1604; m. Sarah, dau. of 
:iutterbuck, Esq. of King's Stanley; and d. 1674, leaving a 
on and successor, 

Daniel Ltsons, Esq., 5. 1643; m. Anne, dau. of Nicholas 
Vebb, Esq., and was s. at his decease, IC8I, by his son, 

Daniel Lysons, Esq. of Hempstcd, 6. 1672; m. 1693, Eliza- 
icth, dau. and co-heir of Thomas Ridler, Esq., and left, witli 
even other children, who d. $.p.. Daniel, his heir ; and John, 
/L.D., Fellow of Magdalen Coll. Oxford. The eldest son, 

Daniel Ltsons, Esq. of Hempstcd, 6. 1 Dec. 1697 ; vi. 

Feb. 1725, Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Mee, Esq. of Glou- 
ester, and had issue (with five daus., of whom Elizabeth, in. 
ohn Reeve, Esq., and Mary, m. Stephen Woodifield, Esq.) 
wo sons. The elder, 

Daniel Ltsons, M.D., of Hempsted Court, Fellow of All 
ouls' Coll. Oxford, b. 21 March, 1727; ni. 6 Dec. 1768, Mary, 
au. of Eichard Rogers, Esq. of Dowdeswell, co. Gloucester, 
ut dying without issue, was «. by his brother. 
Rev. Samuel Ltsons, M.A., b. 28 Dec. 1730, Rector of Rod- 
larton and Cherington, in. Mary, dau. of Samuel Peach, Esq. 
f Chalford, co. Gloucester, and had issue, 
Daniel, his heir. 

Samuel, b. 17 May, 1763, Barrister-at-Law, Keeper of the 
Records in the Tower, an eminent writer on British topo- 
graphy and antiquities. He d. 1819. 
Mary, 6. 1765; m. Charles Brandon Trye, Esq., F.R.S., of 
Leckhampton Court, co. Gloucester. 
Elizabeth, b. 1772; m. John Marshall Collard, Esq. 
Ir. Lysons d. 1804, and was s. by his son, 
Rev. Daniel Ltsons, M.A., F.R.S.., F.A.S., H.S., and L.S., 
f Hempsted Court, the celebrated topographer and antiquary, 
uthor of Magna Britannia, ifv., b.23 April, 1762; m. 1st, 
801, Sarah, eldest dau. of Lieut. -Col. Thomas Carteret Hardy, 
f the York Fusiliers, and by her (who d. 1808) had issue, 
Daniel, d. 1814, aped 10 years. 
Samuel, late of Hempsted. 

Sarah, 6. 1802; m. 6 Oct. 1831, Rev. John Haygarth, Rector 
of Upham, Hants; andd. 18 May, 1833, having had issue 
a dau., Josepha, d. unm. 1846. 

Charlotte, b. 1807; to. at Naples, 14 Nov. 1825, Sir James 
Carnegie, Bart, of Southesk, N.B. ; and (/. April, 18-18, 

1 having, with other issue, a son, James, Eaul of Southesk. 
i'e m. 2ndly, Josepha Catherine Susanna, dau. of John Gilbert 
! coper, Esq. of Thurgarton Priory, Notts, and had by her, 

ho rf. 1868, 

Daniel, Lieut. -Gen. (Sir), K.C.B., Quartermaster -Gen., 
entered the army a.s Ensign 1st Hoy.als 1834, served during 
Kchcllion in Canada 1S38-9, appointed Depufy-A.s.sistant- 
Quartermastor-Gen. 1838, promoted Brigade Btajor at Bar- 

bados 1843-4, served throughout the Crimean AVar in com- 
mand of Royal Welsh Fu.siliers, and in command of 2nd 
Brigade Light Division (Officer of Legion of Honour, 3rd class 
Order Medjidie and Sardinian Medal) ; Quaitermastcr-Geii. 
in Canada, 1862-7, Brigadier-Gen. Malta 1868-9, utAldershot 
1869-72, Commander Northern District l»72-4, QM;irlcr- 
master-Gen. 1876; b. 1 Aug. 1816; m. 1st, Harriet Sophia, 
dau. of Charles Bridges, Esq. of Court House, Overton. :ind 
has issue, 1 Daniel Charles William, b. 15 July, lSu7 ; i 
Henry, b. 13 July, 1858; 3 Charles, 6. 8 April, 1860; 4 Fred- 
erick Bridges, 6. 3 June, 1861. He m. 2ndly, Anna Sophia 
Biscoe, dau. of Rev. Robert Tritton, of Morden, Surrey. 
Catherine Susanna. 

Mr. Lysons d. 3 Jan. 1834, and was .■!. by his sennnd son. 

Rev. Samuel Ltsons, of Hempsted Court, J. P., b. 17 March, 
1806, graduated at Exeter Coll. Oxford, B.A. 1831, M.A. 1835. 
lie was Rector and Patron of Rodmarton, co. Gloucester, 
appointed 1833 ; Rural Dean of Gloucester 1805, Hon. Canon 
Gloucester Cathedral 1867. He m. 1st, 1 Jan. 1834, Eliza 
Sophia Theresa Henrietta, eldest dau. of Major-Gen. .Sir 
Lorenzo Moore, K.C.U. and C.B., and by her (who rf. 1846) 
had issue, 

I. Arthur Charles, h. 1836; d. 18-5.5. 

II. Lohenzo George, now of Hempsted. 

III. Edmund Hicks Beach, b. 1842, Lieut. R.M., m. 18C9, 
Honora Mary, dau. of Rev. W. Henley Jervis, and has 
issue, a son, b. Dec. 1872; a son, b. Sept. 1876; and other 

IV. Daniel George (Rev.) B.A. Oxon, Rector of Rodmarton; 
b. 1844; m. 7 April, 1869, Katlie)-ine .Vnne, 4th dau. of 
Thomas C. Eyton, Esq.of Eyton Hall, and has issue, Hubert 
Bertram Daniel; Noel Hiklcbrand ; and four daus. 

I. Alice Elizabeth. 

II. Clementina Agnes, m. Rev. Francis Jolm Atwood, and 
has issue. 

He m. 2ndly, 11 March, 1847, Lucy (who d. 26 Oct. 1871), dau. 
of Rev. John Adey Curtis (by Albinia Frances his wife, who, 
after the death of her husband, assumed her family name of 
Hayward in addition to Curtis, in compliance with a request 
in her father's will). He m. 3rdly, 1 Nov. 1872, Gertrude 
Savery, dau. of Simon Adams Beck, Esq. of CUeam, Surrey, 
and by her had issue, 

V. Nigel Lucius Samuel, b. 187G. 

III. Gertrude Teresa Lucy. 

He d. 27 March, 1877, and was s. by his son, Lorenzo George, 
now of Hempsted. 

Arms — Gu., on a chief az. a bend nebulee, from which issue 
the rays of the sun ppr. Cre,?;— No crest is assigned to this 
family in the Herald's Visitation 1672, but they '.lave borne lor 
nearly three centuries. The sun rising out of a bauk of clouds 
ppr. Motto — Valebit. 

Seat— Hempstcd Court, near Gloucester. 



Ltstee, The Very Rev. James, of Ljstcrlleld, 
CO. Roscommon, M.A. , late Rector of the Union of 
Tashinny, co. Longford, 1840, appointed 14 Nov. 
1854 ; late Dean of Leighlin, now Dean of Ontario, 
b. 7 Sept. 1810 ; m. 12 Jan. 1837, Maria Sarah, .3rcl 
dau. of the Rev. George Keating, Vicar of Edge- 
worthstown, and has issue, 

I. Anthont, b. 1838. 

I. Jane Lctitia, m. 1861, Rev. George T. Huston Barton, 
B.A., eldest son of Rev. George Barton, Vicar of Killbrew, 
CO. Meath. ii. Ehzabeth Emily. 

jLtltCdfJC— This family claims to be descended from the 
Listers of co. York. Osbaldiston Lvsteb, Esq., an adherent 
of Cromwell, acquired considerable estates in co. Roscommon. 
He left, it is stated, several sons, of whom were, 

I. John, of Corrakip. 

II. Anthony, of Lysterfield, co. Roscommon, whose will, 
dated 31 Aug. 1745, was proved 13 March, 17-!(i: by Eliza- 
betli his 1st wife, dau. and heir of Richard Warren, Esq., 
he had a dau., Joyce, 'ni. the Right Rev. James Leslie, 
I'.D., Bishop of Limerick, and had a son, 

Thomas, of Lysterfield, m. June, 1742, Mary, dau. of 
Bolcyn Whitney, Esq., K.C., Jl.P., and left an only child, 
Elizabeth, wife of Robert Robinson, M.D., and mother of 
an only child, Elizabeth Robinson Lystcr, yii. '25 May, 
1785, F'rederick Trench, 1st Lord Ashtown. 

III. William, of Grange, co. Roscommon, father, by Chris- 
tiana his wife, of 

Thomas, of Grange, and afterwards of Athleague, who m. 

twice : his 2nd wife, .Mice, was widow of Sir John Aylmer, 

Bart. By his 1st wife he left at his decease, 1726, two 


1 William, of Athleague, whose will, dated 26 June, 

1722, was proved 4 Aug. 1772. He i/i. Margaret, dau. 





of Bryan Gunning, Esq., and widow of John F.dwnnls, 
Esq., andl)y her (who m. 3rdly, Capt. Francis Houston, 
and 4tlily, Theobald, Viscount BourliC, of Mayo) had a 
son, Jolin, and three daus., Ehzabeth, d. unm. ; Jane, 
■wife of Christopher Kirwan, Esq., who took the name 
of Lyster, 1S06 ; and Margaret, m. 1st, William 
O'Dwycr, Esq., and 2ndly, Richard Eumbold, Esq. 
2 Thomas, of Grange, Col. in the army, d. 1790, leaving 
(by his wife, whod. 1750) foursons, Lieut.-Col. Anthony 
Lyster, of Grange (who m. Anna Clcland, and left, with 
several daus., two sons, Thomas St. George, who sold 
the estate ; and Anthony, of Stillorgan, b. 1797, m. 
Marcia Deborah, 5th dau. of the late James Tate, Esq. 
of Ballintaggart, co. WicUIow, and has a son, Harry 
Hammon, Lieut.-Col. Indian army, V.C, Major Bengal 
Staff Corps) ; John, father of Benjamin, Capt. R.A. ; 
Thomas; George William; and daus., of whom Sophia, 
m. 1812, Rev. Sir Harcourt Lees, Bart. 

The eldest son, 
John Ltsteb, Esq. of Corrakip, m. Elizabeth Bcllew, of 

Mount Bellew ; and d. 1784, leaving a son and successor, 
Anthony Lyster, Esq. of New Park, co. Westmeath, whose 

will, dated 14 Oct. 1751, was proved 9 Nov. 1754; he in. 1733, 

Mary, dau. of Bryan Geoghegan, of Castletown Geoghegan, 

and had issue, 

I. Matthew, of New Park, Capt. 9th Dracroons, High Sheriff 
1775, hi. 1771, Helena, dau, of Ignatius Kelly, Esq, of Car- 
gins ; and ci!. 1797, leaving issue, 

1 Anthony, of New Park, Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards, &. 
177i; ; d. unm. 1800. 

1 Elizabeth, w. Is08, Ralph Smythe, Esq. of Barbavilla, 
CO. Westmeath. 

2 Helen Jane, m. a French nobleman; and d. s. fi. 

II. James, of whom we treat. 

III. Christopher. iv. Michael. 

I. Elizabeth, vi. Miles Dowdall, Esq. of Cluwne, co. Mcath. 

II. Chrisiian. 
The 2nd son, 

James Lyster, Esq. of Lystcrfield, co. Roscommon, J. P., 
High Sheriff 1799, m. Isr, Letitia, dau. of J. Woods, Esq. of 
Rossmead, co. Westmeath, and by her had one .son, Anthony, 
of whom hereafter. He in. 2ndly, the dau. of John Burke, 
Esq. of Tyaquin, co. Galway, and by her had issue, 

James, '/;;. 1st, his cousin, the Hon. Elizabeth Hamilton, 
relict of the Hon. Charles Hamilton; and 2ndly, Anne, 
relict of Edward Mills, Esq. of Fairymount, co. Roscummun ; 
and d. s. p. 1840. 
John, Lieut, in tlie 2nd regt., killed in Egypt. 
Thomas, Lieut. Gfith regt.. Killed in Portugal. 
Matthew Walter, m. Lucy, dau. of Col. Caulfeild, of Cenown, 
CO. Westmeath. 

Emily, m. Capt. Zobel, fiSth regt. 
Mary, m. Edward O'Beirne, Esq. of Dublin. 
Marcella, m. M. Trimble, Esq., Lieut. Uth regt. 
Eliza, d. 1825. Eleanor. 

The only son of the 1st marriage, 

Anthony Lister, Esq., Lieut.-Col. in the army, and High 
Sheriff for co. Roscommon 1815 ; in. 1S08, Jane, dau. of George 
Fosbery, Esq. of Adare Farm, co. Limerick ; and d. May, 1841, 
having had issue, 
James, present male representative. 
Thomas Rice, Lieut. R.E., ./. at Barbados, 21 Feb. 1.942. 
George Fo.sbcry, C.E., Engineer of the Liverpool and .Mersey 
Docks, 7». 184s, Mis3 M.E. Saunderson, dau. of the Hun. 
T. Saunderson, of Antigua, and hasi-ssue, John Saunderson ; 
Anthony George; Thomas liice Somerville; and Mary 
Georgina Jane. 
Christina, r,i. 1841, Henry Hoyle, Esq. of Little Harwood 

Hall, Blackburn, co. Lancaster, and has issue. 
Letitia, d. unm. 1837. 

Armf: — Erm., on a fess sa. three mullets or. Crrsi — .K stag's 
head issuing from a ducal coronet all ppr. il/otto— Retiueus 
vestigia faniae. 

Jiesidence — Ontario, Kingston, Canada West. 


MacAdam, Thomas Stannaed, Esq. of Black- 
water, CO. Clare, and Borde Hill, Sussex, Lieut.- 
Col. 3rd West York Militia, J.P. co. Clare, and 
Sussex, I. Sept. 1S27 ; m. 1st, Jan. 1855, Eliza 
Chivers, dau. of John Seddou Bower, Esq. of 
Broxliolme House, co. York, aud by her (who d. 
9 Oct. 1856), has issue, 

1. Philip Bower, h. G Oct. 185G. 

He m. 2ndly, Sept. 1858, Ellen Jane, onlv dau. of 
AVilliam D'Arcy Preston, Esq., Capt. E.N., of 
Borde Hill, Sussex, aud by her has issue, 

II. Frank Robert Preston. 
I. Charlotte Honor. 

III. Waller. 
:i. Grace. 

ILtlTCatJC. — The MacAdams are of ancient .Scottish origin, 
and claim descent from CUn Gregor. 

The first of the family who obtained footing in Clare was 
the Cromwellian officer Col. John MacAdam, who, in tlio 
Parliamentarian interests, for a considerable time held Bun- 
ratty Castle, and (1641) most gallantly defended it during it.i 
protracted siege. He was ultimately killed there, and under 
its walls still lie his remains. 

Philip MacAdam purchased the estate of Blackwater, in co. 
Clare, from James Craven, Esq. in 1684. He ci. 1694, and was 
.?. by his son, 

Philip MacAdam, who d. unm. 24 June, 1729; and his next 
brother, John Craven MacAdam, a naval officer, having been 
killed (unm.) in the South Seas, he was s. by his only surviving 

Thomas MacAdam, Esq. of Churchland House. He d. 1752. 
His eldest son (by his wife Honor O'Ryan, dau. of Terence 
Grace O'Ryan, Esq. of co. Tipperary), 

Philip MacAdam, Esq. of Churchland, m. 2 Aug. 1755, 
Catherine, 2nd dau. of Rev. Bassett Dickson, of Knockdrum- 
assell, CO. Limerick, and left issue, with daus., two sons, 

I. Thomas, his heir. 

II. John, rn. the dau. of G. Vincent, Esq. of Parteen House, 

00. Clare. 
The eldest son, 

Thomas MacAdam, of Churchlands and Blackwater, 6. 
12 Jan. 1762; in. 1st, 1783, Jane, only dau. and heiress of 
Peter Tyndal, Esq. of Dublin, and by her (who d. 1793) left 
issue, with one dau., two sons, 

I. Philip, his heir. 

II. Thomas Hutchin.son, h. 1792; m. 1827, Charlotte, 4tli 
dau. of John Lannigan Stannard, Esq. of The Grange, co, 
Kilkenny; and d. 1836, leaving issue, 

1 Thomas Stannard, m. Mary, dau. of John Brown, Esq., 
J. P., of Clunboy House, co. Clare. 

2 Robert Stannard. 

1 Charlotte. 2 Jane. 

Mr. MacAdam in. 2ndly, 1796, Catherine, dau. of J. DIck.-on, 
Esq. of Limerick, by whom he left issue an only child, 

III. David Hastings, b. 1798. 

Mr. MacAdam d. 1825, and was .?. by his eldest son, 

Philip MacAdam, Esq. of Blackwater House, b. 1789, Capt. 
3rd West York MiUtia; in. 1825, Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of John 
Lannigan Stannard, Esq. of The Grange, co. Kilivcnny; aucl 
d. 2 Sept. 1855, leaving issue, 

I. Thomas Stannard, now of Blackwater. 

II. Philip Henry, „(. 18G4, Helen, d;iu. of Miles O'Reilly, 
Esq., Judge of London County, Canada, and has i.ssue. 

III. .lohn Stannard. 

I. Elizabeth Matilda, m. 1875, William Waller, Esq., J.P., ol 
Prior Park, co. Tipperary. ii. Kate. 

III. Martha Roger, m. 1865, Henry, 3rd son of Major Johl 
Vereker, of Limerick (deceased). 

^?-iiis — Vert, across calvary, in the dexter chief a mullet 
and in the sinister a crescent all or. Motto — In hoc sigm 

Hod — Blackwater House, co. Clare, near Limerick. Club*- 
United Service, Pall Blall; County Clare Club, Ennis; CounCJ 
Limerick Club, Limerick. 

, '^ 


M'Adam, CHRiSTorHEB, Esq. of Balloclimorrie 
CO. Ayr, 6. 11 March, 1807; m. 29 March, 1837 
Eleanor, dau. of Edward Stephens Trelawny, Esq 
of Coldriuick, Cornwall, and by her (who d. 1852, 
Itad issue, 

1. Ellen Jane. 

II. Agnes Henrietta, d. unm. 

III. Emily Darell Louisa, vi. 1874, Charles Dudley Maynard 

Esq., M.R.C.S. 

ILtnCn0C. — The M'Adams of Waterhmd, co. Kirkcud 
bright, cl;um descent from Gregor M'Gregor, Chief of th' 
Clan Gregor, whose 2nd son, Gregor, Capt. of the clan, fled, i 
is stated, to the south country, and was taken and executed ll 
Edinburgh. His son, it is handed down, 

Adam M'Gregor, being compelled to change his name 
called himself Adam M'Adam; he was ancestor of 

GiLiiERT M'Adam, served heir to his father 2 Aug. 1662. H 
was a strenuous supporter of the reformed religion in Scot 
land. He was tried and banished the coimtry for harbourii), 





lUc famoiia John Walsh and other leaders of the insurrection, 
wlio ilctl from Bothwell field. HavinR been ransomed, he re- 
turned, and whilst at prayer in a cottage in Kirkmichael, co. 
Ayr, was surprised and shot by a party of soldiers under the 
Lairds of Colzean and Ballochmyle, 1680. lie m. a dau. of 
James Dun, of Benwhatt, and had a son and successor, 

James M'Adam, who was served heir to his father 1G86. 
He 7)1. a lady of the Cunningham family, appears to have 
<Z. 1687, and was s. by his son, 
James M'Adam, m. Janet Craufurd, by whom he had, 
James M'Adam, his heir, m. 1715, Margaret, dau. and 
heiress of John Reid, of Mid Helliar, co. Ayr, and had issue. 
The eldest son, 

James M'Adam, of Sauchrie, co. Ayr^ J.r., D.L., one of 
the founders of the first bank in the town'of Ayr, m. Susanna, 
dau. of John Cochrane, of Waterside, and had issue two sons, 
I James, Capt. in the army, d. unm. 17G3, and Joun Locdon, 
, of whom presently; and eight dans., of whom the eldest, 
Margaret, m. William Logan, Esq.; and the 4th, Grissell, m. 
Adam Steuart, Esq. The 2n6. son, 

John Locdon M'Adam, celebrated for the reformation of 
the public roads of the kingdom, ni. 1st, 175G, Gloriana Mar- 
jraretta, dau. of William NicoO, of Islip, Suffolk co.. Long 
Island, America, lineally descended from Col. NicoU, Equerry 
to the Duke of York (James IL) at the taking of New York. 
At the close of the American revolutionary war, Mr. M'Adam 
wont early in life to America, and on his return purchased 
^ ichrie, CO. Ayr. He d. 26 Nov. 1S36, in the 81st year of his 
He had issue, 
William, his heir. James, d. an infant. 

James NicoU (Sir), knighted 1834 ; d. 30 June, 18.^2. 
John Loudon, r,i. Marianne, dau. of Joseph Hcllicar and 
Henrietta Gresley ; and d. 21 March, I8o7, aged 58, having 
had issue, Charles Loudon, d. June, 1861 ; Alice Mary; and 
Stlina Henrietta. 

Anne, m. Capt. James Sanders, E.N. and C.B., and left issue. 
tJlorianaMargaretta, d. unm. 
Giorgina Keith, d. 7 March, 1869. 
;Mr. M'Adam m. 2ndly, Miss De Lancy, but had no issue. His 
tliU'st son, 

William M'Adam d. 23 Feb. 1S36, a few months before his 
f'ithcr. Hem. 3 June, 1799, Jane, dau. of Capt. Tickard, of 
13th Light Dragoons, and had by her (who d. 23 June, 
.1) issue, 

William, heir to his grandfather. 
CiiRisTOPnER, present head of the family. 
George, ni. Theresa, dau. of William Ecclcs, and has issue, 
1 William Edward. 2 George Christopher. 

3 Loudon Tenner. 4 John Alfred, 

.■i Frederick. 6 Henry Martyn Eccles. 

7 Allan Earnest. 
1 Annie Selina Campbell. 2 Isabella Theresa. 

Selina, rf. 1871. 

Su^ian Cochrane Craufurd, m. George Natheam, and has 
issue. Jane, m. Capt. John Townsend. 

William M'Adam, of Ballochmorrie, co. Ayr (Sauchrie 
having been sold), Surveyor-Gen. of Turnpike Roads in Eng- 
lund, s. his grandfather 1836. He d. 28 Aug. 1861, aged 58, and 
was s. by his brother. 

Arms — Vert, three arrows paleways, barbed and feathered 
arg. Cre.H — A stag's head erased ppr. Siqyporttrs — Two 
S iracens naked ppr. Mottoes — Above the crest : Calm; under 
arms : Crux mihi grata quies. 
...U — Ballochmorrie, co. Ayr. 


Someetille-Macalesteb, Chaeles, of Kennos, 
!. Ayr, Hon. Lieut. - Col. Ayr and Wigto's^ii 
Militia, D.L. and J.P., Chief of the Clan Alester, in 
Kintyre, b. 15 Sept. 1799 ; m. Jan. 1828, Mary 
Adeline Brabazon, only child of the late Edwai'd 
T.yon, Esq. of Dublin, an ofEcev K.N., by Anna 
( iitherine his ■wife, dau. and co-heiress of George 
i'redevick Wynstanley, Esq. of Philipsburgh, co. 
' Dublin, and by her (-who d. 1861) has had issue, 

I. Charles, 6. 13 March, 1830; m. 1867, Williamina Pollok, 
youngest dau. of William Pollok Morris, Esq. of Craig, 
CO. Ayr, and by her (who d. 1872) he had issue, Charles 
Godfrey, 6. 1SC8; Henry; Janet; Mary; Violet. 

II. Edward, b. 14 June, 1834. iii. James, d. 1837. 

I. Anna Catherine, d. 16 Aug. 1855. 

II. Jessie, (/. 2 July, 1845. 

m. Mury AdeUne, m. 1864, Hay Boyd, Esq. of Townsend, 

CO. Ayr, formerly Lieut.-Col. 20th regt., D.L., J. P., and 
has a dau., Mary Elizabeth. 
ILtllCilftC. — M'Alester, of the Loupe, is descended in a 
direct line from Alaster, or Alexandeb, eldest son of Angus 
Mob, Lord of the Isles and Kintyre, a.d. 1284. 

Alexander acquired large additions to his territories by 
marriage with Amie, one of the daus. and co-heiresses of 
Ewin de Ergadia, but having espoused the cause of Baliol, ia 
opposition to the claims of Robert Bruce to the Scottish throne, 
he was defeated by that monarch, who besieged him in his 
principal stronghold of Castle Swain: being forced to sur- 
render, he was imprisoned in Dundonald Castle, where he 
died. His possessions were bestowed on his younger brother, 
Angus Oge, who assumed the Lordship of the Isles, and from 
whom are descended the various chieftains of the M'Donald 
tribes. But the M'.A.lesters possessing that jus sangni-iiis of 
which no forfeiture could deprive them, claim to represent the 
ancient Lords of the Isles, as lineal descendants and heirs male 
of Alester, eldest son of Angus Mor, who was the son of 
Donald, the son of Reginald, son of Somerled, Lord of the 
Isles, and Thane of Argyll a.d. 1040, the common ancestor of 
the Clan Donald, Clan Dugall, and Clan Alester, known also 
as the Clan Ean-Dubh. The sons of Alester, with their ad- 
herents, being driven from the Isles, sought refuge on the 
mainland, and obtained possession of several strongholds in 
Knapdale and Kintyre. On the overthrow of the dynasty of 
the Isles, in the reign of James IV., a.d. 1493, they became a 
separate and independent clan, under their chief Ean Dcbh, 
who fixed his residence at Ardpatrick, in South Knapdale, and 
for several generations his descendants retained the patronymic 
of Vic-Ean-Dubh. He was s. by his son, 

Charles, appointed Steward of Kintyre a.d. 1841. He was 
s. by his son, 

Angus Vic-Ean-Ddbh, styled also Angus M'Alester, of the 
Loupe. He is mentioned in the Register of the Privy Seal, 
A.D. 1515. He was s. by his son, 

Alexander, mentioned in Piicnirn's Criminal TrioJg as 
having incurred the penalty of forfeiture, for treasonably 
abiding from the army of Sulloway, but obtained, in 1540, 
remission of the sentence for himself and fifteen of his clan. 
He left a son. 

Hector M'Alester, who did not long survive. He was s. 
by his son, 

Alexander M'Alester, who, in 1573, obtained a charter 
from Archibald, Earl of Argyll. His name appears on the 
Roll as one of those who, by Act of Parliament, were called 
upon to deliver hostages, whose lives were to be held respon- 
sible for the obedience of their chiefs. At his death his son 
and successor, 

Godfrey M'Alester, was yet a minor. In 1591, he obtained 
a charter from the Earl of Argyll, and therein is designated 
Gorrie M'Eachine Vic-Alester-Vic Ean-Dubh. At an early 
age, he became the hero of a tragedy still remembered in the 
Highlands, the heads of which arc given in Pitcaii-n's Criniincl 
Trials. He took an active part in most of the feuds and con- 
flicts of the troubled period in which he lived. He closed his 
turbulent career about the beginning of tlie 17th century, and 
was buried at lona, in the tomb of his ancestors. His statue, 
in black marble, %vas to be seen there, within the last century. 
He was s. by his son, 

Hector M'Alester, who had charters from the Earl of 
Argyll for the lands of Loupe and others, being tliereiu 
designated Hector M'Gorry-Vic-Eachine-Vic-AUister-Vie Ean- 
Dubh. He ra. 11 March, 16'20, Margaret, dau. of Campbell, of 
KiUierry. His son and successor, 

Godfrey M'Alester, of Loupe, m. a dau. of Sir Robert 
Montgomerie, of Skelmorlie. His son and successor, 

Alexander M'Alester, supported the cause of Jasies VII. 
to the last, and was engaged at the battles of Killicrankie and 
the Boyne. He in. Jane, dau. of Sir James Campbell, Bart, of 
Auchenbreck, by whom he had a numerous family. (The 3rd 
son, Duncan, settled in Holland, and was father of Gen. 
Robert M'Alester, who commanded the Scots Brigade.) The 
eldest son of Alexander, 

Hector M'Alester, d. without issue, and was s. by his 

Charles M'Alester, m. Christina, dau. of Lament, of 
Lamont, by whom he had two sons, Angus, his heir; and 
Archibald, who for many years commanded the 35th regt. 
He d. a Lieut. -Gen., leaving a large family. His eldest son, 
Charles, was Lieut.-Col. of the Ceylon Rifles. 

Angus JI'.Vlester, who s. his father, in. his co'..sin Jane, 
dau. of JI'Donald of Ardnacroish, and cousin to the celebrated 
Flora M'Donald, and was s. by his only son, 





Charles M'Alesteb, J.P. andD.L., Lieut.-Col. Commandant 
1st Ayrsliive Local Militia, b. 13 Jan. 1705 ; m. 23 JIarcli, 17U2, 
Jessie, dau. and lieiressof William Somerville, of Kennox, co. 
Ayr, by his wife Lilias, dau. and co-heir of Gabriel Porter- 
field, of Ilapland, and had issue, 

Charles Somerville M'Alestee, present representative. 

James, of Chapcltown. 

AVilheluiina, d. 1874. Jane, d. 1S71. 

Col. Somerville M'Alesterc?. Oct. 1847. 

Arms—0\; an eagle displayed gu. armed sa. sui-mounted on 
the breast of a galley of the first, a border of the third, charged 
•with three crosses-crosslet fitchee arg. Crest— A. dexter arm 
in armour erect, tlie hand holding a dagger in pale all ppr., 
motto over, Kortiter. Motto — Per mare per terras. .Sit/i- 
porttrs — Dexter, a bear pierced in the back with an arrow ; 
and sinister, an eagle all ppr. 

Seat — Kennox House, Stewarton, co. Ayr. 


Macalistee, Keith, Esq. of Glenbai-r and Cour, 
CO. ArgyU, J.P. and D.L., h. 13 Nov. 1803 ; m. 1st, 
3 June, 1830, Mary Agatha, only dau. of Eobert 
Campbell, Esq. of Skipness, by Eugenia bis wife, 
dau. of Eicbard Wynne, Esq. of Folkingbam, co. 
Lincoln, and has issue, 

I. JIatthew Charles Beodie, late of Crubasdale, Capt. 90th 
Highland Borderers, J.P., 6. 6 31ay, 1838 ; '„i. 11 Aug. 
1869, Augusta, 2nd dau. of Capt. Ilenry Lees. 

I. Agatha Cecilia Constance. 

II. CaroUne Elizabeth Villiers, m. W. Green, Esq. 

III. Elinor Georgina. iv. Eliza Gordon. 

He m. 2ndly, 3 Aug. 1858, Alexandrina Georgina 
Cunningham, dau. and co-heiress of "W. Millar, Esq. 
of Monkcastle and Moukridden, co. Ayr, and has 
II. Norman Godfrey, 5. 3 Feb. 1S61. 

ILtnCaffC— This branch of the clan Macalister claims 
descent from the Lords of the Isles. 

Ranald Macalister, Esq. ni. Anne, dau. of Macdonald of 
Eingsborough, had, with several daus., five sons, i. Alex- 
ander, of Strathaird ; ii. Keith, of Torrisdaile and Loup, a 
Gen. in the army ; m. John, a Col. in the army; iv. Matthew, 
of whom we treat; v. Norman, a Col. in the army, and 
Governor of Prince of Wales Island. The 4th son, 

Matthew Macalister, Esq. of Barr, Col. in the army, m. 
1st, Miss CampbeU, of Glensaddel ; and 2ndly, 23 Dec. 1802, 
Charlotte, youngest dau. of James Brodie, Esq. of Brodie, 
and Lady Margaret Duff, his wife, dau. of William, 1st Earl 
of Fife. He d. 23 Dec. 1829, aged 72, leaving by his 2nd mar- 
riage, an only son, Keith Macalister, now of Glenbarr and 

iSeai— Glenbarr Abbey, Greenock. 


II. Richard. 
I. Caroline. 

II. Eliza. 

III. Geoi-ge. 
m. Edith. 

IV. Annie. 

Arms — Az.,fretty or, onafess'arg. aboarpassantgu. Crej(t--| 
A salmon naiant ppr. Motto — Virtus sub pondere crescit. 
SmI — Drumcashel, Castle Bellingham, co. Louth. 


Aethtie, Macan, Esq. of Drumcashel, co. Louth, 
h. 25 July, 1852 ; m. 7 Aug. 1877, Mary Louisa 
BelHngham, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Col. Eellingham, 
of Castle BeUiugham. 

ItUTCitfJC. — The MacCanns, ancient chiefs in Ulster, 
■were of the race of MacMahon of Oriel. Their Clanbrassail 
estates were confiscated in the sixteenth century with those 
of the chieftains who joined O'Neil's party, except a small por- 
tion called Desart, near Armagh, which was afterwards sold. 
The senior line terminated with Glasney Macan, whose only 
dau. and heir, Elizabeth, m. John Hamilton, Col. in the army 
of James II., killed at the battle of Aughrim, 6th son of Sir 
George Hamilton, Knt. of Donalong. Thomas McCann was 
Sovereign of Armagh in the middle of the eighteenth century. 
His numerous family changed the form of the name into 
Macan, and one of the sons buying property in Louth, 
established the family in that county, 

Robert Macan, Esq. of Drumcashel (grandfather of the 
present representative), m. 1783, Hannah Bagwell, by whom 
(who d. 1S24), he left at his decease, in 1808, a son, 

Richard Macan, Esq. of Drumcashel, vi. 28 Nov. 1848, 
Caroline Helene Macaire, and had issue, 

t. Abthub, now of Drumctishel. 


Macaet>'et, Caethanach Geoege, Esq. <rfj 
Lissanoure, co. Antrim, b. 11 Aug. 1869, s. hi» [ 
father 29 Aug. 1874. 

ILinraCJC. — Of the Auchinleck branch of the ancient 
Scottish family of Macartney was George Macartney, Esq., 
m. 1522, Margaret, dau. of Godfrey MacCuUogh, of Fleet Bank, 
Kirkcudbright. His great-great-grandson, 

George Macartney, Esq., a Capt. of Horse, removed to 
Ireland 1649, and settling in co. Antrim, represented Belfast 
in Parliament. In 1678 he served as High Sheriff, and in 1688, 
proclaimed King Willlam and Queen Mary at Belfast. By 
Jane his 1st wife, dau. of Sir Quintin Calderwood, he had, 
inter alios, an elder son, James, one of the Judges of the Court 
of Common Pleas in Ireland, temp. Queen Anne, whose grand- 
daus. were Frances Macartney, ra. 1748, Fulke GreTille, Esq. 
of Wilbury, Wilts; and Mary Macartney, mi. 1761, William 
Henry Lyttelton, Lord Westcote. By his 2nd wife, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Stephen Butler, George Macartney was father of 
George Macartney, Esq., M.P. for Belfast, who d. 17 Oct. 
1757, leaving, by Letitia, his 1st wife, dau. and co-heir of Sir 
Charles Porter, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, a son, Geoeob 
Macartntet, Esq., m. 1732, Ehzabeth, dau. of the Rev. John 
Winder, and left one son, the Right Hon. Sir Georgb 
Macartney, K.B., of Lissanoure, the distinguished diploma^ 
tist, who was created Baron SIacartney, 1770, and made Easi. 
1794, and d.s.2'). 1806; and two daus., Letitia, m. Godfrey 
Echlin, Esq., and d. s. 'p.; and Elizabeth, ra. John Balaquier, 
Esq., Major of Dragoons, and d. 1782, leaving an only dau., 
Elizabeth, who m. 1787, 

TuE Rev. Teavers Hume, 6. 1757 (son of Gustavus Hume, 
Esq. of Dublin, State Surgeon). He d. July, 1805, having had 

George, who assumed the surname and arms of Macartney. 

Gustavus Thomas, b. 1794, served in the Royal Artillery at 
the battle of Waterloo, and was afterwards in the 15th 
Hussars, and 6th Dragoon Guards; d. unrn. 1846. 

John, b. Oct. 1795; ni. 1st, Anna Waller, dau. of Joho 
Parker, Esq., by whom he had one son, Arthur, 79th High- 
landers, b. 21 June, 1840; and two daus., Mary, m. Capt, 
Hickey, 1st Bengal Lancers; and Elizabeth. He m. 2ndly, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Major Stewart, of the Rifles, by whom he 
had one son, John Stewart, 6. Aug. 1856. He d. 1859. 

Robert (Rev.), m. 2 June, 1823, Mary, 3rd dau. of Michael 
Harris, Esq., and by her (who d. 1862) had issue, 1 Arthur, 
of Dawson Street, Dublin, 6. 17 Aug. 1824; ni. 14 June, 
1854, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Robert F. Rynd, Esq. of Rynd- 
ville, CO. Meath, and has, Arthur Robert, Lieut, in the 
army, b. 21 Nov. 1856; Maiy; and Florence Elizabeth; 
2 Gustavus, Major 38th rcgt.. Knight of the Legion of 
Honour; 3 Robert, Major .55th regt.. Knight of the Legion 
of Honour ; 4 John Richard, Capt. 55th rcgl.. Knight of the 
Legion of Honour ; 5 Walter, 38th regt. ; and 1, Elizabeth, 
m. George D. Pakenham, Esq., late Capt. •Ith Bengal 
Light Cavalry. 

Elizabeth, m. 1806, Henry Brooke, Esq., and d. 1823. 

Georgiana, m. 1808, George Richard Golding, Esq., Capt. 
4th Dragoon Guards, deceased. 

Alicia, r,i. 1823, Major-Gen. Oldfield, K.H., deceased. 

Anna, m. 1830, F^rancis Longworth Dames, Esq. of Green- 
hill, King's Co., and d. 1835. 

The eldest son, 

George Macartney, Esq. of Lissanoure, J.P. and D.L., 6. 
Oct. 1793; '//I.May, 1628, Ellen, only surviving child and heiress 
of Townley Patten Filgate, Esq. of Lowther Lodge, co. Dublin, 
and Dromgoolston, co. Louth, and by her (who d. 1847) had 

George Teavers, his heir. 

Townley Patten Hume, 0. Jan. 1841, formerly Capt. ISth 
Hussars and Scots Greys, assumed, by royal license, dated 
4 June, 1862, the surname and arms of Filgate, under the 
will of his maternal grandfather; m. 1802, Tryphena, 
eldest dau. of Right Hon. Sir W. R. Seymour Fitzgerald. 
G.C.S.I., Governor of Bombay, and has issue two sons and 
two daus. Capt. Filgate was Military Secretary to the 
Governor of Bombay. 

Martha Ellen, m. 1852, Townley Filgate, Esq. of Arthurslon, 
CO. Louth. 

Elizabeth Jane. Anna Sophia. 

This gentleman, whose patronymic was Heme, assumed, 1814, 
the surname of Macartney, under the will of his granduncle, 





Jarl Macartney. He d. 20 Oct. 1869, and was s. by his eldest 

GEonnE Tbavers Macartnet, Esq. of Lissnnonre, formerly 
Japt. 15th King's Hussars, b. Feb. 1S30; m. Oct. ISG.% Henrietta 
^ranees, 3rd dau. of the late Bobert Soiytb, Esij. of Gaybrook, 
;0. Westmeath, and had issue, 

Cartbanacb George, his heir. 

Helen Henrietta, 0. July, 1866. 
Jr. Macartney rf. 29 Aug. 1874, and was g. by his son, Car- 
:ban'acb George Macartney, now of Lissanoure. 

Arms — Or, a buck trippant gu. within a borduro of the last. 
yest — A cubit arm erect, the hand grasping a rose-branch in 
lower all ppr. Motto — Mens conscia recti. 

Seats — Lis.'janourf, Ballyuioney, and Lowther Lodge, Bal- 
iriggan, CO. Dublui. 



Ei-iison-Macaktxet, John William, Esq. of 
rhe Palace, Clogher, co. Tyrone, M.P. co. Tyrone, 
Barrister-at-Law, J. P. cos. Tyrone and Fermanagh, 
ligh Sheriff co. Armagh 1870, b. 2 May, 1818 ; m. 
n May, 1851, Elizabeth Phccbe, eldest surviving 
lau. of the Eev. John Grey Porter, of Kilskeery, co. 
ryrone, Belleisle, co. Fermanagh, and The Palace, 
;o. Tyrone (eldest son of the Eiglit Eev. John 
?orter, formerly Lord Bishop of Clogher) , by his 
vife Margaret Lavinia, dau. of Thomas Lindsey, 
Esq. of Hollymount House, co. Mayo, nnd of Lady 
Margaret Eleanor Lindsey, dau. of Chaiies, 1st Earl 
)f Lucan, and has issue, 

I. William Grey, 6. 7 June, 1852. 

II. Thomas Stewart, b. 19 Aug. 1854. 
in. Arthur Hubert, 6. 28 March, 1857. 
IV. Henry John, 6. 26 March, 1859. 

Hr. Ellison assumed, by royal license, 4 April, 1S59, 
he additional surname and arms of Macaetxey, on 
he death of his maternal uncle, the Eev. W. G. 

^amilo of Cllisoit. 
Towards the end of the reign of Jajies I., Thomas Ellison, 
yoiuiger son of an eminent Merchant of Newcastle-upon- 
"yne, went over to Ireland, and settled in the north-west part 
f that country. From him descended William Ellison, Esq. 
f Kocklands and Soho, co. Mayo, whose son, 
The Rev. Thomas Ellison, r,i. 1731, Mildred, dau. of Natha- 
liel Cooper, Esq. of Cappagh and Old Grange, co. Kilkenny, 
ly whom he had issue, 

William, m. Miss Fyvie. John, of whom presently. 

Thoma.';, LL.D., Eector of Castlebar, m. Florinda Norman, 
and left issue three sons, Thomas. William, and Frederick, 
all d. unm.; and three daus., Catherine, Florinda, and 

Bingham, m. Miss Crampton, and had issue, one .son, Thomas, 
Royal Artilleiy, and a dau. Charlotte, m. Pierce Goold, 
Esq., and had issue. 

Anne, m. George Binghnm, Esq., co. Mayo, and had issue 
three daus., the eldest of whom rn. Dr. Arbuthnott, Bishop 
of Killaloe. The second m. 1st, Col. Vesey, and bv him 
had an only dau., m. Sir Robert Arbuthnott: and 2ndlv, 
James Kirkland, Esq., by whom she had a dau., Anne. 
The third dau. of Mrs. Bingham m. John Lindsey Bucknall, 
Esq. of Turin, co. Mayo, and had issue. 
'he 2nd son, 

The Rev. John Ellison, D.D.. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
lector of Cleenish, Diocese of Clogher, and afterwards Eector 
f Conwall, Diocese of Raphoe, m. 1776, Anne, dau. of John 
'Iphert, Esq. of Ballyconnel, co. Donegal, and had issue, 
Thomas, Prebendary of Killamery, Diocese of Ossory, m. 1st, 
1803, Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, widow, by whom he had one dau., 
Martha; and 2ndly, 1815, Catherine, 2nd dau. of Abthcb 
! Chichester 3Iacaetney, Esq., by whom he had, 
I John William, the present JIr. Ellison-SIacartney. 
Annette, m. 1864, Henry Leader, Esq. of Clonmoyle, co. 

' ^^V" <Kev.), m. his cousin, Amelia, dau. of Wvbrants 
, Olphert, Esq. of Ballyconnel, co. Donegal, and had issue, 
; John Wybrants, Anna Maria, and Anne. 
Anne, )». Charles Colhoun, Esq., who left issue, one son and 
four daus. 

JamiliT of llfatartncn. 

' George Macartney, Esq. (son of George Macartney, the 
.1st of the Macartneys of Blacket, who resided in Scotland^ 
|3tUed at Belfast 1630. He m. Martha Davics, of the family 

of Sir John Davies, Knt., Attorney-General for Ireland tewp. 

James I., and had two sons, 
George, who served under the Duke of Marlborough and 
Prince Eugene, had the mi.sfortune to act as second to Lord 
Mohun, when the latter fought the celebrated duel with the 
Duke of Hamilton, in which both the Duke and Lord Mohun 
lost their Jives. At the time of his death he was a Lieut.- 
Gcn. in the army. Commander in-Chief of the Forces in 
Ireland, Governor of Portsmouth, and Col. of the Car- 
bineers. Isaac. 

The 2nd son, 

Isaac Macartney, Esq., possessed a large estate in the north 
of Ireland, and served as High Sheriff of co. Antrim 1690. 
He m. Anne, sister and co-heiress (with her sister, the wife of 
John Macdowal, of Freugh, and grandmother of Patrick 
Macdowal, Earl of Dumfries) of John Haltridge, Esq. of Dro- 
more, Downshire, M.P. for Killyleagh, and had issue, 

George, High Sheriff of Antrim, whose representative was 
the late Rev. Arthur Macartney. 
William, of whom hereafter. 
Grace, m. Sir Robert Blackwood, Bart. 

The 2nd son, 

William Macartney, Esq. M.P. for Belfast, m. Catharine, 
dau. (by Elizabeth Montgomery his wife) of Thomas Bankcs, 
Esq., of the family of Bankcs of Corfe Castle, Dorset, and had 
Arthur Chichester, his heir. 

John, of Lish, co. Armagh, created a bart. 22 July, 1799. 
The elder son, 

Arthur Chichester Macartney, Esq. of Murlough, co. 

Down, Kings Counsel, hi. Anna, dau. of Rev. Samuel Lindsey, 

of Turin Castle, co. Mayo, and by her (who d. 1841) had issue, 

Wn-LiAM George, M.A., Vicar of Killead, co. Antrim, d. s.p. 

12 Nov. 18ri8, having devised his property to his nephew, 

the present John Willlam Ellison JIacartney, Esq. 

Frances, to. W. Huband, Esq., and had, with other issue, a 

son and heir, the late Capt. George Huband, formerly of 

the 8th Hussars. 

Catherine, m. 1815, the Rev. Thomas Ellison («f supra), 
and d. Oct. 1856. Anne, d. unm. 1855. 

Letitia, d. unm. 1855. Matilda, d. imm. 1857. 

Mr. Macartney d. 29 Sept. 1827. 

^rais— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or. a buck trippant gu. within 
a bordurc of the last, for Macartney : 2nd and 3rd, gu., on a 
chevron between three eagles' heads erased arg. a trefoil 
slipped vert, for Ellison. Crests—] st, A cubit arm erect, the 
hand grasping a rose-branch in flower all ppr., for Macaktney ; 
2nd, A buck's head erased ppr. charged on the neck with a 
trefoil slipped vert, for Ellison ; over the 1st crest on an escroll 
the motto, Stimidat sed ornat. .iVo«o— Spe gaudeo. 

6'wf— Clogher Park, Tyrone. Clubs— Cavlton; St. Stephen's; 
and National. 


MacBeaiee, James, Esq. of Twecdhill and Broad - 
meadows, co. Berwick, D.L., J.P., b. 12 May, 1832. 

HtnCHflC— The estate of Netherwood, co. Dumfries, des- 
cended in regular succession in the MacBraire family for many 
generations, down to the year 1 740, when it was in the posses- 
sion of Archibald MacBraire, the last proprietor of the name, 
who was compelled to alienate the entire of the landed property 
which had been so long in his family. 

The present family claim to be the immediate descendants 
of Robert, son of Thomas MacBraire, of Newark, who was a 
younger brother of the Laird of Netherwood, in the early pait 
of the 16th century. 

Robert MacBraire settled in Edinburgh as a Merchant, 
about the year 15C0, and he and his successors for four gene- 
rations continued to reside there. 

Robert MacBraire (great-grandson of the above Robert), 
eldest son of John MacBraire, Merchant and Burgess in Edin- 
burgh, settled in Glasgow, and r,i. 25 Nov. 1715, Margaret, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. John Pettigrew, Minister of the parish 
of Meikle Govan, co. Renfrew, and left issue, James, Robert, 
Thomas, John, of whom presently ; Charles, Robina, Marion, 
and Grizell. 

John MacBraire, Esq., the eldest surviving son, Capt. 91st 
foot, was killed (28 May, 1798) at Enniscorthy, during the 
Irish rebellion. He left issue, with two daus., four sons, James, 
Robert, Frederick, and Arthur. The eldest son, 

James MacBraire, a Merchant in the island of Newfound- 
land, where he filled several important public situations in the 
town of St, John's, finally, 1817, retired to his native country, 
and soon afterwards purchased the estates of Twecdhill and 





Broadmeadows. lie m. 10 May, 1793, Elizabeth, only dau. of 
Joseph Bower, Esq. of Bristol, son of James Bower, Esq., 
Earrister-at-Law, and had an only surviving son, 

John Joseph MacBraike, Esq. of Tweedhill and Broad- 
meadows, J. P. and D.L., 6. 3 June, 1801 ; m. 4 Aug. 1831, 
Caroline Abigail, dau. of Benjamin Gott, Esq. of Arniley 
House, CO. York, and had issue an only son, James, now of 
Tweedhill and Broadmcadows. He «. his father 1832. Mr. 
MacBraire d. 1839, and wag s. by his only son, James 
MacBeaibe, now of Tweedhill and Broadmeadows. 

Arm.'! — Arg., a fcss between three stars in chief, and a lion 
rampant in base of the last gu. Crest — A lion rampant gu. 
Motto — In defiance. 

iieaU — Tweedhill and Broadmeadows, co. Berwick. 


M'Call, Henet, Esq. of Daldowie, co. Lauarlr, 
J.P., h. 1818. 

iLittC<l0C. — This family came originally from co. Dura- 

Samtjel M'Call, a wealtliy Merchant, possessed properties 
in Virginia and Maryland, which his family lost in the War 
of Independence by their loyalty and adherence to the British 
Crown. He ra. 1st, 6 Aug. 1707, Isobell, dau. of William 
Blackburn, Mercliant in Glasgow, by whom he had one son, 
Samuel, who ra. in America, where the family still exists. He 
m. 2ndly, 21 Jan. 1714, Margaret, dau. of John Adam, Mer- 
chant in Glasgow, by whom he left issue, 

John, ni. Helen, dau. of E. Cross, Esq., and had issue. 
William. James, of whom presently. 

George, m. Mary, dau. of A. Smellie, Esq. of Easterhill, and 

had issue. 

Archibald, in. Catherine, dau. of — Flood, Esq. of Virginia. 
Marion, m. John Anderson, Merchant in Glasgow, and had 

Helen, m. Andrew Thompson, Esq. of Faskine, and had issue. 
Margaret, d. unm. 

Mr. S. M'Call d. 1759. His 3rd son, 

James M'Call, Esq. of Braeliead, co. Lanark, in. 27 Jan. 
17C1, Sarah, dau. of Thomas Reid, Esq. of Saltcoats, and liad 

I. Samuel, of Braehead and Glyntown, to. Elizabeth, dau. of 
Hewit Poole, Esq. of Maylicld, co. Cork, and had issue, 

1 James, late Lieut.-Col. 8th Hussars, of Braehead and 
Glyntown. 2 Samuel. 

1 Elizabeth. 

II. Thomas, of Craighead, in. Martha, dau. of Charles Pcn- 
roche, Esq., and liad issue. 

III. John, of Ibroxhill, m. Isabella, dau. of Archibald Smith, 
Esq. of Jordanhill, d. s. p. 

IV. .Tames, of Daldowie. 

I. Elizabeth, in. David Russell, Esq. of Woodside, co. Stir- 
ling, and had issue. 

II. Helen, in. Harry Wallis, 'Esq., son of Harry Wallis, Esq. 
of DrLshanc Castle, co. Cork, and had issue. 

III. Mary, in. Fulton, son of John M'Kerrell, Esq. of Hil- 
honse, co. Ayr, and had issue. 

IV. Margaret, d. unm. 

Mr. M'Call d. 1803. His 4th son, 

James M'Call, Esq. of Daldowie, J.P. and D.L., b. 17S8; 
m. 1815, Anna C. I. De Wet, dau. of Ilenricus Fehrszen, of 
the Cape of Good Hope, by whom he had issue, 

Henry, now of Daldowie. 
John Oloff, of Ballyhooly, co. Cork. 
<5eorge, J. P., Capt. 2nd Uoyiil Lanark Militia. 
Frederick, J. P., in. G Dec. 1871, Charlotte, dau. of William 
Frogatt Robson, Esq., and has issue, 

1 James Frogatt De Wet, h. 1873. 

2 Frances Catrina. 

Sarah, in. 1st, Lieut.-Col. E. D. Campbell, C.B.; 2ndly, 
Lieut. -Gen. Alexander Maxwell, C.B., and by the latter has 
issue, James M'Call and Mary Alexandra. 


lie d. 7 Sept. 18C6. 

Arran — Gu., two arrows saltierv.ise points upwards arg., sur- 
mounted by a fcss checque of the second and sa., between 
three buckles of the second, all within a border engrailed or. 
CrcH — A leg in armour coupcd at the calf ppr. and spurred or. 
.l/otto — Dulcc periculum. 

Jiesidence — Daldowie, near Glasgow. 

II. Frederick Fitzgerald. 
IV. Justin Charles. 

Mccarty of carrignavak. 

McCarty, Justin, Esq. of Carrignavar, co. 
Cork, Earrisler-at-Law, m. Louisa, dau. of Edward 
luLzGrerald, Majoi" E.I.C.S., aud Las issue, 

I. Gebald Falkinoe. 
III. Robert Capel. 
I. Isabella. 

iLijtJaflC— Few pedigrees in the British Empire can be 
traced to a more remote or a more exalted source than that of 
the Celtic House of M'Carty. On the arrival of the English 
in the 12th century, they were styled Kings of Desmond 
and Cork. From Cormac More, who lived in the beginning 
of the 12th century, sprang two sons. Daniel, the elder, .s. his 
father as the MaeCarty More; and Diarmid, the younger, 
founded the powerful House of Muskerry. The descendant of 
Daniel was created Earl of Clancare by Queen Elizabeth, 15G5 ; 
but, as he died without legitimate male issue, his honours died 
with him. His last collateral male representative was Charles 
MaeCarty More, an officer in the Guards, who d. 1770. The 
dwindled possessions of this branch of the family became 
vested in his cousin, Hebbekt, of Muckruss (see Bubke's Vieis- 
situdes of Families). 

M'Carty of Carrignavar is the chief of his name, and 
representative of the eldest existing branch of the once sove- 
reign House of M'Carty. The first who bore the appellative 
of M'Carty, or son of Cartagh, was the grandfather of Diar- 
MOD M'Carty More, whom the English found in possession of 
Cork, and who swore fealty, gave hostages, and subjected his 
kingdom to Henry II. Diarmod was slain by Theobald 
Butler, founder of the House of Ormonde, in 1186. His suc- 
cessors were Donald, Cobmac Fionn, Donald Roe, Donald 
Oge, and Cormac, all of whom were distinguished as M'Carty 
JloRE (or Great), an adjunct continued in this senior branch 
until 1550, when Donald M'Carty More, the 7th in descent 
from the eldest son of the last-mentioned Cormac, was created 
Earl of Clancare, in Kerry, on resigning his estates to Queen 
Elizabeth, from whom he again received the investiture ol 
them, "to hold of the Crown of England in the English 
manner." This stock of the M'Carty More is extinct for more 
than a century ; but the above Cormac More had a 2nd son, 
Debmod, 1st feudal lord of Muskerry, and founder of that 
potent House, who was killed by the O'Mahonys, 1367. Froa' 
him sprung in succession, as Lords of Muskerry, Teice-Cob 
mac, d. 1374; Teige, 1448; Cormac Laidhir (the Stout), 1494: 
Cormac Oge Laidhib, who defeated the Earl of Desmond ai 
the battle of Morne Abbey, 1521, and d. 1536; Teige, d. 1565. 
Debmod d. 1570. His son, 

Cormac, Lord of Muskerry, had his residence at the Castl( 
of Blarney, and d. 1616, leaving two sons, 
Cormac Oge, Lord of Muskerry, the first Viscount, a; 
stated by some writers. He d. in London 1640, leavinf 
(with a dau., Elena, wife of John Power, E.sq., ancestor o 
Frances Power, wife of Richard, Trench, Esq. of Garbally 
a son, Donald, 1st Earl of Clancarty, whose male line ii 
extinct. Donald, or Daniel. 

The second son of Cormac, 

Donald or Daniel M'Carty, built the Castle of Carrigna 
var. His son, by Katherine his wife, a dau. of Stephen Meade 

Charles (Cormac) M'Carty. Esq. of Carrignavar, in. Cathe 
rine, dau. of David Roche, 7th Viscount Fermoy, and was I 
at his decease by (the son Of his son, Daniel, and Elizabetl 
Matthew his wife) his grantlson, 

Charles M'Carty, Esq. of Carrignavar, in. Lucy, dau. o 
Morgan Kavanagh, Esq. of Borris, but dying without issu 
1761, he was s. by his nephew, 

Daniel M'Carty, Esq. of Carrignavar, son of Dan5( 
M'Carthy and Grace Fitzgerald his wife), in. 1751, Elizabet 
Geraldina, dau. of Gerald, 24th Lord Kingsale, and had issue 
JnsTiN, d. s. jj. 1775; Robert, successor to his brother; an 
Elizabeth, in. Maurice Uniacke Atkin, Esq. of co. Cork. Ml 
M'Carty d. 1703. His 2nd son, 

Robert M'Carty, Esq. of Carrignavar, in. 1784, Jane, dai 
of Joseph Capel, Esq. of Cloghroe, and had issue, 

JnsTiN, his heir. Joseph, d. uvm. 1821. 

Elizabeth, rn. 1811, Joseph Deane Freeman, Esq. of Castk 
cor, CO. Cork. 

Mr. M'Carty d. 1823. His son, 

Justin M'Carty, Esq. of Carrignavar, h. 19 March, 1786 
in. 29 May, 1810, Isabella, dau. of Caleb Falkiner, Esq., elde; 
son of Sir Riggs Falkiner, Bart., by whom ho had survivii) 

Robert, h. 14 April, 1811 ; in. Elizabeth, dau. of John Hyd' 
Esq of Ca,stle Hyde, co. Cork, and has issue, Justii 
Florence, Bessy, Gei-aldine, Marie, and EUinor. He d. 186. 

Justin, now of Carrignavar. 

Frederick Caleb, M.D., ii!. 1st, 1845, Frances Anne, dau. 
John Samuel Beamish, Esq. ; and 2ndly, Miss Jane O'Dri 
coll, and d., leaving by the latter one dau., Isabella t 

Joseph (liev.), late in the E.l. Co.'s military service, w 






dan. of the Ven. William Thompson, Archdeacon of Cork, 

l)y whom he has several children. 
Lydia, m. Lowther Forrest, Esq., E.I.C.S. 
Jane, m. 1st, Eev. Horace Townsend; and 2ndly, 1845, 

William Barton Leslie, Esq. of Court Macsherry, co. Cork. 
Isabella, »i. Alexander Ross, Esq., E.I.C.S. 
Elizabeth, m. George Pakenham, Esq., and is deceased. 
3Iary Geraldine, m. 1st, Thomas Charles Morton, Esq., 

liarrister-at-Law ; and 2ndly, William Browarigg Elliot, 

Esq., grandson of the late Lord Minto. 
Kose. Ellinor. 

Ue d. I8C4. 

Arms—Arg., a stag trippant pil., attired and unguled or. 
Crest — A dexter aim couped below the elbow erect, cloaked 
with mail arg., the hand ppr. holding a newt of the last. 

ficot— Carrignavar, in the vicinity of Cork. 


See M'CAETnY O'Leaet. 


Mac Causland, Oliver Piunkett, Esq., h. 16 
June, 1851 ; s. his father 26 Jan. 1856. 

ULltTCiltJf.— Alexander M'Acslane (whose fcrandfather, 
SI'Auslane of Glenduglas, in Scotland, migrated from that 
comitry to Ireland temp. James I.) served in the army in 
Ireland before 1649, and settling in Tyrone, was at his death 
possessed of the manors of Ardstratb, Mountfield, and others. 
He m. Genet, dau. of Edward Hall, Esq. of New Grange, co. 
Meath, and dying 1675, was s. by his elder son, 

Oliver M'Adsland, Esq., M.P. for Strabane, High Sheriff 
CO. Tyrone 1687. He m. Jane, dau. of James Hamilton, Esq., 
and had issue, 

Oliver MacCausland, Esq., who possessed large estates in 
CO. Donegal, d. 1722, and was s. by his eldest son, 

John MacCadsland, Esq. of Strabane and the manors of 
Stranorlar and Castlefin, M.P. for Strabane 1725-7, m. Amy 
Jane, dau. of Thomas Norris, Esq. of co. Down, and had 
issue, Oliver, his heir; Eebecca, to. Eev. John Hamilton; 
ind Mary, m. Dr. Moore, of Londonderry. He d. 1723, and 
was s. by his son, 

Oliver MacCacsland, Esq. of Strabane, M.P. for Strabane 
1729-31, 7)1. Anne Jane, dau. of William Hamilton, Esq. of 
l^aterhouse, and had two sons and three daus., i. John, his 
luccessor; ii. Oliver, m. Jane, dau. of William Murray, Esq. 
)f Mount Murray, co. Meath, and had, with five daus., a son, 
i.s. p.; I. Margaret; ii. Alice, m. Gen. Charles Eustace; 
ind ni. Anne Jane, m. Edward, Esq. Mr. Mac Caus- 
and d. 1756, and was s. by his elder son, 

John MacCausland Esq. of Strabane, M.P. for Donegal 
n. Elizabeth, dau. of Eev. William Span, of Ballmacove, and 
lad issue, 

Oliver (Rev.), his heir. 

William James, of Dublin, m. Susan, dau. of Eev. J. Waters, 
of Tipperary, and had issue. 

Catherine, m. WilUam Conyngham, 1st Lord Plunket. 
le d. Nov. 1804, and was s. by his son, 

TheEev.OliveeMacCausland, Rector of Finlagan, co. Lon- 
onderry, 6. 6 Nov. 1747; m. 17S6, Hannah, dau. of Redmond 
tonyngham, Esq. of Letterkenny, co. Donegal, and by her 
who d. 1846) had issue, 

John, Capt E.N., b. 8 Aug. 1789; d. at sea, in command of 
H.M.S. "Cruiser," in the West Indies, 1836. 

Bedmond Contngham, heir to his father. 

Elizabeth, m. Robert Ogilby, Esq. of Woodbank, co. Lon- 

Mary Anne. Letitia. Hannah. Caroline. 

'his gentleman claimed to be chief of the clan of the Macaus- 
inds of Glenduglas, co. Dumbarton. He d. 1 Sept. 1846, and 
■as ». by his son. 

The Eev. Eedmond Contngham Macausland, Rector of 
•esertoghill, co. Derry, to. 20 July, 1843, Martha, eldest 
au. of Samuel Babington, Esq., grandson of Thomas Babing- 
>n, Esq. of Rothley Temple, co. Leicester, and had issue, 

1. Oliver Plunket, present representative. 

n. Bedmond Conyngham Samuel, b. 29 Dec. 1S.')2. 

m. John Babington, b. 30 June, 18.54; d. 25 Dec. 1858 

I. Martha Ehzabeth, d. 21 Nov. 1853. 

II. Mary Hannah. 
m. Edith Jane. 
IT. Florence Letitia. 
T. Elizabeth Caroline. 
■n. Katharine Eliza, </. 6 Jan. 1859. 
r. Macausland d. 26 Jan. 1856. 


I/.IVhT ' ^'""."a <^o»''>c tressure flory countcrflory «ith 
fleurs-de-hs sa. a lion rampant of ti.e second holding in I ,« 
dexter paw a sabre or crooked sword ppr. Cres^A ■ ni 
couped holding a duke's coronet or cap of maintenance :«■ 

.unded with two laurel branches wreathed. 3/o("o"lo "r 
honor ' ^^ '"'''"'' •^'■■"'''"' ^^^ '''''^'^' <^''anorUino 

yiwiUoicc— Woodbank, Garvagh, co. Londonderry. 

MacCausland, Conollt Thomas, Esq. of Dre- 
nagli, CO. Londonderry, J.P. and D.L., Hi"h Sheriff 
1S6B, b. May, 1828; m. 8 June, 18G7, IIou. Lavra 
St. John, 2nd dau. of the 14th Baron St. John of 
liletsoc, and has issue. 

I. Maurice Marcus, b. 9 April, 1872. 

II. Patrick, 6. 18 June, 1874. 

I. Eleanor Marianne Katharine. 

II. Lucia. 

in. Geraldine. 

jLllirage.— This is a junior branch (which emigrated to 
Ireland temp. James VI.) of the ancien' Scottish House of 
MacAuslane of Buchanan, which sprang from John Mac 
Auslane (or the son of Auslane), who acquired the lands of 
Buchanan, on the Lennox, and from whom they descended in 
direct male succession to Sir Walter Mac Auslane, 11th laird, 
who lived fii/i_f.. Eobert II., and whose grandson. Sir Alex- 
ander, was the last of the senior branch of the Mac Auslanes 
of Buchanan. The heir male is stated to have migrated to 
Ireland temp James VI. He had two sons, of whom the 
elder, Andrew, was grandfather of 

Col. Eobert BIcCausland, of Fruit Hill, near Newtown- 
limavady, styled his "cousin" in the will of Capt. Oliver 
BIcCausland of Strabane, of which he was left executor and 
also a legatee. He had estates in the parish of Cappagh, co. 
Tyrone, and s. under the will of the Right Hon. William 
Conolly to considerable property in co. Derry. He m. July, 
1709, Hannah, dau. of William Moore, of Garvey, and relict of 
James Hamilton, jun., of Strabane, and by her left surviving 
issue, at his death, circa 1737, 

I. CoNOLLT, his heir. 

II. Marcus, of Daisy Hill (Newtownlimavady), m. a dau. of 
Dominick Heyland, and had issue, with others, 

1 Eobert, of Coleraine. 

2 ConoUj-, of Daisy Hill, and subsequently of Learmount. 

3 Dominick, of Daisy Hill, m. Mary, co-heiress of Arch- 
deacon Bacon, of Glebe Hall, and had issue, 

Eobert, who assumed the name of Baco.v, d. s. p. 
Marcus, m. a dau. of John Kennedy, Esq. of Cult'ra and 
had issue, ' ' 

1 Marcus, Sector of Birr, King's Co., 6. 27 Jan. 1802, 
m. Fanny Gsorgina, dau. of the Hon. and Eight 
Eev. ;Edmund Knox, Bishop of Killaloe, and had 
issue, 1 Marcus Langford, Lieut.-Col. Command- 
ing 2nd bat. 11th regt., b. 14 Aug. 1834; 2 Edmund 
Bacon, 6. 21 Aug. 1836 ; 3 William Henry, Capt. 79th 
Highlanders, 6. 11 Aug. 1838; 4 John Kennedy, 
Capt. 20th regt., 6. 29 May, 1845; 5 Frances Harry 
Ernest, and 6 Charles Knox, twins, d. young; 
1 Charlotte Ann; 2 Mary Caroline; 3 Jessy Eliza- 
beth, deceased. 

2 John Kennedy, C.B., Lieut.-Gcn. E.I.C., b. 1 Jane. 
1803. ' 

3 Dominick, Earrister-at-Law, Q.C., 6. 20 Aug. 1806. 

4 William Henry (Eev.), b. 5 Nov. 1808. 
2 Elizabeth, d. young. 

Mary, m. 1799, Lieut.-Col. Knox, of Prehcn, M.P. for 
Donegal, and had issue. 

Letitia, m. 1802, Rev. John Hill, and was mother of the 
late Sir George Hill, Bart, of St. Columbs. 
Anne, m. 1807, Eev. John Olphert, of Ballyconnell. 
III. Frederick, of Streeve Hill, m. 1st, Eachel Hillhousc, and 
had, with others, Abraham, of Culmore; and Conolly, of 
Streeve. Mr. McCausland vi. 2ndly, Jane Cochrane, relict 
of John Anderson, Esq. of Londonderry, by whom he had 
two daus., Sarah, m. Pitt Skipton, Esq. ; and .Jane, to. 
James Anderson, Esq. His will, dated 18 Nov. 1763, was 
proved 23 Jan. 1784. His 3rd son, 

Conolly McCausland, Esq. of Streeve Hill, co. Derry. m. 

Sarah, dau. of Marcus McCausland, Esq. of Daisy Hill, and 

by her (who d. 28 Dec. 1821, had issue, 

Frederick, of Bessbrook, co. Derry, to. 21 Jan. 1814, 

Theodosia, dau. of John Stirling, Esq. of Walworth, co. 

Derry, and had issue, 

1 Conolly, Major-Gen. E.E., b. 22 Jan. 1815; to. 14 
Aug. 18.55. 

2 John Stirling, b. 23 Blay, 1818; d. 24 Dec. 1844. 
8 Abraham, 6. 23 Jan, 1829; d. 12 July, 1847. 

3 u 





Eotert, m. Bratilda, widow of Thomas Dallas, Esq. 

Marcus, d. Sept. 1822. 

Elizabeth, m. Hugh Boyle, Esq. 

Eachel, ra. Marcus Gale, Esq. 

Sarah, m. Rev. Thomas Twigge. Maty, 

Mr. McCausland d. 26 March, 179G. 
I. Sarah, m. William Smith, Esq. 
n. Eebecca, in. John McClintock, Esq. of DutiTnore. 
III. Hannah, m. 1739, James Stirling, Esq. of Walworth, co. 


Co.N-oLLY McCauslanb, Esq. Joi Fruit Hill, h. 21 Nov. 1713, 
eldest son and heir of Capt. Robert McCausland, m. 1742, 
Ehzabeth, dau. of Thomas Gage, Esq. of Magilligan, and 
eventually sole heiress of her brother, Hodson Gage, of Bella- 
rena, and d. 1791, aged 80, leaving issue, 

I. CoNOLLT, his heir. 

II. Marcus, b. 1755, g. under the will ot his mother to the 
BeUarena estates, and a.ssumed the name of Gage. He m. 
Julia Stirling, and d. 1815, leaving issue, 

1 Conolly Gage, Esq. of Bellarena, D.L., m. 1827, Hen- 
rietta, dau. of Thomas Tyndall, Esq., and d. 184-3, leaving 
an only dau. and heiress, BIakiasne, ra. 1851, Sir F. AV. 
Heygate, Bart., lateM.P. for co. Derry, and has issue. 

2 James, d. ii.nm. 3 Hudson, d. unm. 

4 Marcus, of Streeve Hill, m. Rachel, dau. of Conolly 
McCausland, of Streeve Hill. He d. 1856, leaving an 
eldest son and heir, Marcus Gage, of Ballynacree House, 
CO. Antrim, J.P., ra. 1854, Harriet, dau. of William Lenox 
Conyngham, Esq. of Spring Hill, co. Londonderry. 

5 Robert, Rector of Desertoghill, m. Ann, dau. of the Eev. 
John Olphert. 

6 William Charles, of Drummond, co. Londonderry, J.P., 
m. 1838, Mary, dau. of Rev. John Olphert, and has issu(J. 

1 Julia, m. 1826, Sir Hugh Stewart, Bart. 
I. Hannah, to. William Lecliy, M.P. for Deny, and d. 1820, 

leaving issue. 
n. Elizabeth, in. 1776, Thomas SUipton, of Beech Hill, 

otherwise Skipton Hall, and d. s. p. 1800. 
ni. Sarah, m. 1777, George C. Kennedy, who, on succeeding 

to the Skipton Hall estate at his cousin's death, assumed 

the name of Skipton. She d. 1823, leaving issue. 

CosoLLT McCauslasd, Esq. of Fruit Hill, b. 3 Aug. 1754; 
m. 1778, Theodosia, sister to Maurice, Lord Hartland, and 
dau. of Thomas Mahon, Esq. of Strokestown House, by Jane, 
dau. of Maurice, Lord Brandon, and had issue, 

Mabccs, his heir. Conolly, 6. 1789; c?. in India. 

Frederick, 6. 1720; d. 1818. 

Jane, m. the Rev. Gustavus Hamilton, Rector of Druma- 

chose, CO. Derry, and nephew of the Eight. Hon. SackviUe 

Hamilton, and had issue. 
Elizabeth, m. J. Ross, Esq. of The Lodge, Newtownlima- 

vady;(i. s. p. Eleanor, d. it n hi. 

Theodosia, in. Charles, son of Thomas Tyndall, Es^. of the 

Fort; and rf. 1825, leaving issue. 

Mr. McCausland, who had assumed the name of Gage in 1816, 
d. 1827, aged 72, and was s. by his eldest surviving son, 

Makccs McCausland, Esq. of Fruit Hill, D.L. co. Derry, h. 
21 April, 1787 ; m. 1815, Marianne, dau. of Thomas Tyndall, 
Esq. of The Fort, near Bristol, and by her (who d. 22 Aug. 
18G4) had issue, 
CoNOLLT Thosias, now of Drenagh (Fruit Hill). 
Marianne, in. 2 Jan. 1845, John Talbot, Esq., D.L., of 
Mount Talbot, and had an only child, Mary Annie Jane 
Theodoria, in. 21 Oct. 1869, Arthur Rickard Lloyd, Esq. of 

Theodosia Sydney, m. 1846, Edward Senior, Esq. 
Henrietta Caroline, m. 1849, Edwin Henry "Vaughan, Esq. 
Katharine Geraldine, m. 1850, Thomas Tertius Paget, Esq., 
and d. 5 April, 18G9. 

Eleanor Georgiana, m. 1851, George Bright, Esq., and d. in 
India, 1852. 

Adelaide, to. 1856, Oliver Claude Pell, Esq. 
Mr. McCausland d. 18 Jan. 1862. 

Arms — Or, a boar's head erased between three boars' -pa?- 
sant ppr. CreU — A boar's head erased as in the arms. Motto 
— Virtus sola nobiUtat. 

5eat— Drenagh (formerly Fruit Hill), Limavady, co. Derry. 


See BusBUET, a7id Bueee's Feerajc, Eath- 


McCli>"TOCk:, Geoege Peeet, Esq. of Sestinore 
and Peri-ymount, co. Tjronnc, and Micklanstown, 
CO. Meatb, D.L,, J. P., Jilajor E. Tyrone Pusiliers, 

High Sheriff co. Tjrone 1865, h. 6 Nov. 1839 ; m. 
2 May, 1860, Amelia Earrictte, dau. of Rev. 
Samuel Alexander, by his wife Charlottfe, dau. of 
Eev. Charles Cobbe Eeresford, Eector of Termin, 
and has issue, 

I. Bebesfoed Geokce Pep.f.t, b. 15 Feb. 1861 ; d. 31 Jan, 

II. John Knox, b. 8 Feb. 1804. 

III. Harry Edward, 6. 11 Oct. 1865; c?. 2 April, 1866. 

IV. Augustus, 6. 18 Dec. 1866. 

V. Leopold Arthur, 6. 20 Nov. 18R8. 

VI. Hubert Victor, 6. 24 July, 1870. 

VII. Guy Reginald, 6. 6 Nov. 1876. 

I. Dorothea Selina Navarra. 

II. Amelia Charlotte Olivia. 

in. Eleanor Harriette Woodrop. 

SLtncaSC— Alexander McClintock, Esq., h. 80 IMarch, 
1746, younger brother of John McClintock, Esq. of Druincar, 
who s. to that estate 1775 (see Bueke's Peerage, Rathdonnell, 
B.), TO. 1781, Mary, only dau. of Samuel Perry, Esq. of Perry- 
mount, and sister and heiress of George Perry, Esq. of same 
place, and father of 

Samuel McClintoce, Esq. of Perrymount, High Sheriff co. 
Louth 1843 ; m. 1st, Jane, dau. of Lieut. -Col. Lane ; and 
2ndly, Dora, 4th dau. of John Knox, Esq. (see Knox of Moyne 
Abbey), by whom he left one surviving son, Geobge Pebsz 
McClintock, now of Seskinorc. 

Anns — Per pale gu., and az., a che%Ton erm. between three 
escallops arg. Crest — A lion passant ppr, Motto — Virtute et 

/Seais— Seskinor, Omagh; and Ferrymount, co. Tyrone. 



M'Clintoce, Eobeet, Esq. of Dunmorc, co. 
Donegal, J.P., High Sheriff 1878, b. 27 June, 1838. 

itlltCSgC. — William McClintock (2nd son of Alexander 
McClintock, of Trintagh, by Agnes Stenson his wife, dau. of 
Donald M'Clean, Esq., in. 1685 (see Bdkke's Peerage, Rathdon- 
nell, B.), Ehzabeth, only dau. and heir of David Harvey, Esq. 
of Dunmore, and had issue, 

John, who s. him in the estate of Dunmore. 

Elizabeth, in. Nathaniel Alexander, Esq. of Londonderry, 

whose son was the 1st Earl of Caledon. 
Mary, m. William Harvey, Esq. 
Margaret, m. Doniinick McCausland, Esq. of Daisy Hill, 


The son and heir, 

John McClintock, Esq. of Dunmore, held the commissions 
of Capt. in the Jlilitia of Donegal and Tyrone, bearing date 
respectively 27 and 30 Dec. 1745 ; hem. 4 Dec. 1728, Rebecca, 
dau. of Robert McCausland, Esq. of Fruit Hill, co. London- 
derry, and had issue, 

RoBEET, his heir. 

William, 103rd regt., d. unm. 

Rebecca, m. Sir Hugh HiU, Bart., M.P. 

Lydia, in. Andrew Ferguson, Esq. of Hurt House. 

Elizabeth, in. Rowley Heyland, Esq. of Castle Roe. 

Hannah. Jane. 

The son and heir, 

Robert McClintock, Esq. of Dunmore, J.P. of the co 
Donegal, and a Capt. in the Militia of Donegal and Tyrone, 
High Sheriff of Tyrone 1759, and of Donegal 1764, m. 16 May, 
1760, AUce, dau. and heir of Andrew Patton, Esq. of Sprinjf 
field, CO. Donegal, and had issue, »I 

John, Capt. 69th regt. and Donegal Militia, d. unm. 

Andrew, Rector of Kanturk and Newmarket, Diocese o: 
Cork, Cloyne, and Boss, d. unm. 


Thomas, d. v,nm. 

Alicia Anne, in. W. L. J. Spencer, Esq., and d. s. p. 
The 3rd son, I 

William McClintock, Esq., 6. 1773; to. 8 March, 1808 
Catherine, dau. and heir of Benjamm Ramage, Esq. 
Cloughole, CO. Derry, and by her (who d. 30 May, 1810) lef 
at his decease, 17 Feb. 1825, with a dau., Margaret, to. 1840 
the Rev. John Gage Ball, Eector of KiUea, an only survivin( ' 

Robert McClintock, Esq. of Dunmore, J.P. cos. Donega 
and Londondeiry, and D.L. of the co. of Donegal, Higl 
Sheriff CO. Donegal 1835, b. 13 Dec. 1804; to. 30 Dec. 1833 
Margaret, 3rd dau. of Robert Macan, Esq. of Ballynahyn 
House, CO. Armagh, and bad issue, 






EoBERT, nnw of Punmorc. 

William, Capt., 6. IG May, ISll ; m. Isabella Fitz- 

maurite, and has a son, Uobert. 
Benjamin, 53rd rcgt., 6, 27 Aug. 1843. 
Charles, 6. 16 June, 1849. 
jUice, m. John Acheson Smyth, Esq. of Ardmore, co. 

Marjjaret Elizabeth, m. licit Waring, Esq. of Waringstown. 
Eninia. m. Rev. John Goold Adams. 
Anna Mary, m. Ker. Henry Stevenson. 
Isabel, m. Baptist Johnston Barton, Esq. of Greenfort, co. 

Ir. M'Clintock d. 6 Dec. 1859. 

^j-jji,'! — Per pale gu. and az., a chevron erm. between three 
-eallops arg. Crest — A lion passant ppr. Motto — Vii'tute et 
Seat — Dunmore, Caingans, near Londonderry. 

M'CuLiocH, Walter, Esq. of Ardwall, Kirtcud- 
briglit, h. 21 Nov. 1807. 

HtliraffC— The family of M'Culloch, of Myrtoun, of 
which Ardwall is a scion, long held a high position among the 
landed proprietors of North Britain, and was raised to the 
degree of Baronet by King Chakles II., 1634. 

David M'Colloch, of Ardwall, son of Edward M'Culloch, 

of Ardwall, and grandson of David M'Culloch, also of Ardwall, 

1 whose great-grandfather, William M'Culloch, obtained, 1587, 

i from William M'Culloch, of Myrtoun, his near kinsman, a feu 

charter of the lands of Nether Ardwall, m. 1762, Janet, dau. of 

John Corsane, of Meckleknox, co. Dumfries, and had issue, 

James Mcrrat, his heir; Edward; David; Alexander; 

Bobert; John; Agnes; Penelope, m. Johnstone Hannay, of 

Torrs, brother of Sir Samuel Hannay, Bart, of Mochrum ; and 

I Elizabeth, m. Thomas Scott, Esq., brother of Sir Walter Scott, 

iBart. of Abbotsford. The eldest son, 

James Mcbbat M'Culloch, Esq. of Ardwall, J.P. and D.L., 
\h. 13 April, 1763 ; m. Sept. 1803, Christian, dau. of Walter 
|Eobinson, Esq. of Stirlingshire, and had issue, 
David, late of Ardwall. 
Walteb, now of Ardwall. 

James Robinson. Alexander. Edward. 


Janet Christian, m. John Gordon Brown, Merchant of Liver- 
pool. Penelope Elizabeth. 

|Mr. M'Culloch cZ. 1857. 

Amii — Erm., a fret engrailed gu. Crest — A hand throwing a 
|dart ppr. Motto— Yi et animo. 

Btat — ArdnaU Gatehouse, Kirkcudbright. 


Mac Deemot, Hcgh Htacinth O'Eoeee, D.L., 

J.C., styled The Mac Deemot, Prince of Coolavin,* 

|i. 1 July, 1834 ; m. 1st, Dec. 1861, Mary, dau. of 

Hdward Howley, Esq. of Belleek Castle, D.L., by 

Tvife Mary Anne, sister of Sir John Eunis, 

3art., and by her has three sons, 

1. Charles Edwaed, 6. 29 Dec. 1SG2. 
n. Hugh. III. Roderick. 

te m. 2ndly, 25 March, 1872, Henrietta, dau. of 
[enry Blake, Esq. by his wife Anna, dau. of 
Patrick Burke, Esq. of Danesfield, eo. Galway, and 

liiece of P. J. Blake, Esq., Q.C., and by her has 

your sons, 

IV. Henry Blake. v. Percy, 

VI. Bernard. vii. Dermot. 

iLtllCagC— The Mac Debmots, the O'Conors, antl other 
liowerful families derived a common origin from Bturryach, 
|umamed Mullathan, who reigned over Connaught in the 7th 

♦ The family title was originally Prince of Moylurg, 

l&-oilell, Airtcach and Clancuain, as may be learned from the 

^ooks of Lecan, Ballymote, and Kilionan, and the annals of 

iough Key, the writings of Doctor O'Co.nor, Bdeke's Hibernia 

'ominicana, &c. Driven from his ancient patrimony during the 

romwcUian wars, the then chief of the race removed to 

oolavin, on the shores of Lough Gara. This title has since 

'■en territorially connected with the portion of the family 

ossessions which escaped confiscation. It is one of the few 

rish titles still surviving, and has been distinctively borne 

y the chief of the name for a period extending over eight 


century. The Mac Dermots were possessed of a large territory 
known as "Mac Dermot's Country," including a considerable 
portion of the cos. of Roscommon and Sligo, and some dis- 
tricts in Mayo, until deprived of the greater part of their 
patrimony by the confiscations which followed the Cromwellian 
and Williamite wars. 

Maolrusa Mor, brother of Conor, King of Connaught, 
described in the ancient annals as "Prince of Moylurgh," was 
the jyrcposUus of the race as distinguished from the O'Conor 
or elder branch dcsceuded from the above-mentioned Conor. 
His, Maolruna's, sou led the sept at the battle of Clontarf in 

Dermot or Diarmaid (d!a, god ; armaid, of arms), was the 
lineal descendant of Maolruna in the 6th generation. He d. in 
1165, distinguished alike for valour and wisdom, and was ». 
by his son, 

CoKOR Mac Debjiot or Macdiabmaid, son of Dermot, with 
whom the surname MacDermot thus originated. He was s. by 
his son, 


from the fortress he built in 1204 on the Island in Lough Key, 
near his chief mansion house, called from that fortress, Port- 
na-Carrige. The direct filiations between him and Bryan 
MacDermot next mentioned are Cormac, Conor, Gilla-Christ 
(fcmuliis Cliristi), Maalrony, Tomoltach, Conor Hugh, Rode- 
rick, Teig, Roderick, who d. in 1540, and was s. by his son, 

Bryan Mac Debmot, Chief and Prince of Moylurg, hi. Sarah, 
dau. of O'Conor Sligo, and niece of O'Donel, Prince of 
Tyrconnel, and was father of 

• Bryan Mac Dermot, the younger, of Carrige MacDermot, 
the family seat, now Rockingham, in the possession of Capt. 
King-IIarman. Bryan being under age at the time of his 
father's death, the family patrimony was put in wardship, and 
in the Patent Rolls of the 3rd year of the reign of James I., 
he is described in connection with this wardship as chief of his 
name. In the 13th year of the same reign a grant by patent 
was made him of the lordships, manors, and advowsons, 
comprising Rockingham, in the barony of Boyle, and large 
territories in the cos. of Roscommon and Sligo. This patent, 
richly illuminated, covers sixteen skins of parchment, and is in 
the possession of the present MacDermot of Coolavin, together 
with the articles entered into upon the marriage of the same 
Bryan with Margaret Burke, of Clanrickarde. He had issue 
by her, two sons, Terence and Charles. Terence, whod. unm., 
by indented deed, dated 1G40, assigned the family patrimony, 
including 3S9 quarters, to his brother, 

Charles Mac Dermot, of Port-na-Carrige, styled Cathal Roe, 
who became Chief and Prince of Moylurg, and );;. Eleanor, 
youngest dau. of O'MuUoy, of Ughterera, co. Roscommon. 
During the Cromwellian wars this Charles was an active 
adherent of the Stuart cause, which led to the forfeiture of the 
chief part of his patrimony. Driven from his fortress of the 
Rock, he removed to Coolavin, on the shores of Lough Gara. 
In 1689 his eldest son, Hugh, garrisoned SUgo at his own 
expense in the interests of James II., and in Sept. 1690, he was 
again restored to the family inheritance. The order under 
which he was restored to possession is dated Sept. 1690 ; it 
bears the signature of Theobald, Viscount Dillon, as Lord- 
Lieut, of the CO. of Roscommon, and it directs possession 
to be given him, Charles, of the Castle of Carrige Mac- 
Dermot, the Castle and Stronghold of Conbo, and other lands 
which are therein described as his "Ancient Inheritance." 
This document is in the possession of The Mac Dermot of 
Coolavin. After the battle of Aughrim, where his son. Hugh, 
fought, and was taken prisoner, he was again driven from 
Roscommon. He was s. by his eldest son, 

Hugh Mac Dermot, of Coolavin, m. Elizabeth Kelly, of the 
family of Aughrim, and had a son and successor, 

Charles Mac Dermot, of Coolavin, ni. Catharine Dillon, of 
the family of Clonbrock, and was s. by his son, 

Myles SIac Dermot, of Coolavin, m. Bridget, dau. of Charles 
O'Conor, the Historian, and was s. by his son, 

HcGU Mac Der-mot, of Coolavin, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Denis 
O'Conor, of Belanagare, and was s. by his son, 

Charles Joseph Mac Dermot, m. Arabella Mary, only child 
of Hyacinth O'Rorke, the representative of the ancient and 
once powerful House of O'Robee of Brcffny, and had issue, 

I. Hugh Hyacinth O'Robke, the present MacDermot. 
ir. John Baptist Natheus, Professor at All Hallow's ColU 
Drumcondra, 6. 1835. 

III. Charles Borroraco Molua, 6. 1842. 

IV. Joseph Augustine, *. 1849. 

I. Atharacta Mary Agnes. ii. Josephine Elizabeth. 
III. Victoria Julia. iv. I'anny Emily. 

V. Arabella Maria. 






He d. 5 Sept. 1873, and was s. by his son, 

Hugh Hyacinth Mac Debmot, now chief of his name, and 
known as The Mac Dermot. 

Arriis — Or, on a chevron gn. between three boars' heads 
couped az., as many crosses-crosslet of the first. Cre-^t — A demi- 
lion gu. holding in his paws a sceptre surmounted by a crown 
ppr. ilotto — Honore et Tirtute. 

Seo.t — Coolavin, Ballaghaderrir, co. Sljgo. Xown Residence 
— FitzWilliam Place, Dublin. 

' Arms — Arg., on a chevron gu. between three boars' heads 
erased az. as many crosses crosslet or. Crest — A demi-lion 
rampant coupfed sa. holding a sceptre or. itfoUo— Honor et 
Seat — Alderford, co. Eoscommon. 


MacDeemott, Thomas Chaeles, Esq. of Aider- 
ford, CO. Eoscommon, " Mac Deemott Eoe," b. 16 
Feb. 1847, Lieut. Eoscommon regt. of Militia. 

ILtltCaflP.— Mulroony Mor, a younger son of Teige, King 
of Connaught, who d. 956, and brother of Conor, King of Con- 
naught, ancestor of O'Conor Don, founded the clan Mulroony, 
consisting, besides the Mae Dermotts, of the Mac Donachs, 
Lords of Tuir Oholl, &c. Mulroony's son, Murtagh, Prince of 
Moylurg, was direct ancestor of the family of MacDermott- 
Eoe, the representative of which, at the commencement of 
the 17th century, was Conor, alias Cornelius McDermott-Eoe, 
who had a grant from the Crown, 20 Nov. 1605, upon his 
surrender of the four quarters of Camagh, and the two quarters 
of KUmactrany. He was father of Charles Duff McDermott- 
Eoe, who m. a Burke of the co. Galway, and was father of 

Henbt Baccach McDekmott-Koe, of Kilronan, co. Eos- 
common, who had a grant from King Chaeles II. He m. 
Mary Fitzgerald, of Turlogh, co. Mayo, and had issue, 

Henry, of Kilronan, m. Miss O'Donnell, of Mayo, and had a 

dau., Elizabeth, m. Col. Eobert Maguire, of Tempo, co. 


Joes, of whom we treat. Thomas, Bishop of Ardagh. 

Matthew, M.D., m. Miss MacDermott, of BalUnvilla, and had 

one son, Charles, M.D., who d. at Jamaica. 
Charles, ?;i. Eleanor, sister of Charles O'Conor, of Bealanagar, 

Esq., the Historian, and bad issue, Charles, Henry, and 


The 2nd son and heir, 

John McDebmott-Eoe, of Kilronan and Camagh, m. Julia 
■French, of Cusquinny, and had issue, 

Charles, d. j!?ii)i. Thomas, of whom hereafter. 

Celia, d. unm. 

The 2nd son and heir, 

Thomas McDebmott-Eoe, of Camagh (Alderford), &. 21 Dec. 
1744; m. 1766, Margaret, dau. of Coote Molloy, Esq. of 
Hughstown, CO. Eoscommon ; and d. 21 Dec. 1823, having 

.had issue, 

I. Ffkesch, his heir. 

n. Molloy, in. 3 May, ISIO, Sarah, dan. of William Lloyd, 
Esq. of Eockville, co. Eoscommon, and had issue, 

1 Thomas Charles, b. 1815; -m. Dora, dau. of Thomas 
Digby, Esq. of Drumdaff, co. Eoscommon; &nid.s.p. 
28 Sept. 1841. 

2 WiUiam, b. April, 1817 ; d. 1831. 

1 Margaret, d. unm. 

2 Sarah, m. Capt. Hoener de Mamiel, of the Belgian 
Grenadier Guards. 

3 Mary, m. Alcnzo Lawdcr, Esq. of Clonfonla. 

4 Hester. 5 Julia. 

1. Margaret, d. ■unm. ii. CecUia, d. unm. 

'The elder son, 

FrEEscH McDebmott-Eoe, of Camagh, otherwise Alderford, 
in. Katherine, dau. of Archibald Fraser, Esq. ; and d. Oct. 
J824, having by her (who d. 16 Aug. 1850) had issue, 

Thomas, ti. unm. 16 March, 1847. 

William Ffbench, of whom presently. 

Margaret, m. Aug. 1829, Eev. Eichard Jtfeade Swift, Incum- 
bent of Mountfield, co. Tyrone. 

•CeciUa, to. 3 June, 1841, Charles Thompson, Esq. of Mount 
Dodwell, CO. Sligo. 

Katheiine Peyton, rn. 3 Dec. 1840, Meredith Thompson, Esq. 
of Knockodoo House, co. SUgo. 

The 2nd son, 

WiLLLAM Ffren'ch Mac Dermott-Eoe, of Aldcrford, m. 
15 Feb. 1846, Esther Maria, dau. of Kichard White, Esq. of 
Whitehall, co. Dublin, and had issue, 

Thomas Chaeles. now of Alderford. 
French Fitzgerald, b. 26 May, 1848. 
Fitzgerald, 6. 4 May, 1850. 
William Andrew, b. 27 Jan. 1852. 
Edward Charles, 6. 29 March, 1853. 

The eldest son is the present Thomas Chailes Mac Debmott- 
EoB, of Alderford. 


Macdonald, Yice - Admieal Sib Eeginaid 
John James G-eoege, E.N., K.C.S.I., Chief of 
Clanranald, m. 12 June, 1855 ; the Hon. Adelaide 
Louisa, 2nd dau. of George, 5th Lord Vernon, and 
has issue, 

I. Allan Douglas, 6. April, IS56. 

II. Angus Roderick, b. April, 1858. ; 
El. Adelaide Effrida. 

^intKQt. — The first of the race, of whom any authentic 
account exists, is Somebled, designed by Scottish historians 
Thane of Argyll, but by foreign authors and charters extant, 
King of the Isles, and Lord of Argyll and Kintyre. 

Allan Macdonald, eldest son of John, by his 1st marriage 
with Amie, dau. and heiress of Eoderick of the Isles, and 
grandson of John, last King and Lord of the Isles, commanded 
his father's forces at the battle of Harlaw. He was direct 
ancestor of 

Banald Macdonald, designated Eanald Gald, who, with 
his grandfather, Lovat, was driven from his inheritance by 
a rising of the clan, which declared his cousin John, the son 
of Alexander, and grandson of Allan M'Eory, chieftain. This 
insurrection led to the celebrated battle of Blairleine, fought 
between the Frasers and Macdonalds, in July, 1544, in which 
the former were defeated, and Lovat, together with his eldest 
son, Simon, and Eanald Macdonald himself were slain. 
Eanald Gald never to., but left three natural sons, Allan, 
John, and Alexander, who received from the Crown a charter 
of legitimation, 18 June, 1555. The victory of Blairleine 
secured the dignity of chief to 

John Macdonald, of Moydart, son, as above-mentioned, 
of Alexander, and grandson of Allan M'Eory. This distin- 
guished chieftain, Capt. of Clanranald during the unsettled 
government of Queen Maet, m. 1st, Mariatte M'Kane, and by 
her had, Allan, his heir, and John, ancestor of the Glenala- 
dale family. He m. 2ndiy, Penelope, 2nd dan. of Sir Charles 
Erskine, 3rd son of Alexander, Viscount Fenton, and by hei 
had a dau., m. John Stewart, of Appin. Clanranald d. 1584 
and was s. by his son, 

Allan Macdonald, Capt. of Clanranald, m. a dau. o 
Macleod, of Harries, and had issue, 

Angus, who d. v. ]i., s. p. 
Donald, heir to his fattier. 

Eanald, of Benbecula, to. 1st, Maria, sister of Sir Donal 
Macdonald, of Slate, but by her had no issue ; and 2ndly 
Margaret, dau. of Angus Macdonald, of Dunveg, by whor 
he had two sons. The younger, Angus Oig, was ancesto 
of the famihes of Delelea and Milton. The elder, 
Eanald Oig, to. a dau. of M'Xeill, of Barra, andhadb 
her a son, Donald, who s. to Clanranald. He m. 2ndlj 
1653, Ann, only dau. of John Macdonald, of Clanranak 
and had by her three sons, James, Donald Oig, and Moil 
John, of Kinlochmoydart. 
Margaret, m. Donald MacAngus Macalister, of Glengarry. 

Clanranald d. 1593, and was s. by his eldest surviving son, 

Sib Donald Macdonald, of Clanranald, who was knighte 
by James VI. at Holyrood, 1617. Sir Donald d. 1619, leaviD 
a son and successor, 

John Macdonald, of Clanranald, who powerfully supporte 
King Chaeles against the Covenanters, and gallantly fougl 
under Montrose. He survived to witness the Eestoration, ar 
paid his respects to King Chaeles, on his landing in the shi' 
of Moray, 1660. He then retired to the Island of Uist, and. 
at an advanced age, 1670, leaving, by Moir his wife, dau. 
Mac Leod, of Mac Leod, three daus., Moir, wife of LauchU 
Mac Lean of Coll; Catharine, m. M'Neill, of Barra; and An 
TO. Eanald Mac Donald, of Benbecula, a son and successor, 

Donald Macdonald, of Clanranald, who had served wi 
his father in the memorable campaigns of Montrose. . 
Kilsyth, a gaUant charge made by young Clanranald decid' 
the victory, and after the Ol-fated issue of PhilUphaug 
Donald, stanch to his royal master, marched to Islay agaii 
the Campbells. In 1648, at the head of a considerable fore 
he joined the Earl of Antrim, in Ireland, and was engaged 
all the engagements in that kingdom, until the defeat of t 
King's army in the Queen's Co., where he and Glengarry w£ 
taken prisoners. Clanranald m. Marion, dau. of John M 






T.ood, of Mae Leod, and had, with a dau., Jlar^aret, to. Donald 
^hicdouald, of Benbecula, two sons, Allan, his heir; and 
Kanald, successor to his brother. Uo d. lObC, and was s. by 
Ills son, 

Allan Macdonald, of Clanranald, who, firm to the cause of 
tlie Stuarts, summoned his clan in aid of Dundee, and with 
liis tutor, Macdonald of Benbecula, mainly contributed to the 
victory at Killicrankic. When all hoiie of success for King 
.Iames expired, young Clanranald refused to take the oaths to 
the new Gorernment, and retired with his brother, Eanald, to 
I'rance, where he completed his education, and became one of 
the most accomplished gentlemen of his time. After residing 
r-ome years at the Court of St. Germains, he obtained a 
commission under the Duke of Berwick, and in a foreign land, 
and in a foreign service, preserved his name unsullied. AVhen 
peace was restored, he went again to St. Germains, and thence 
returned to Scotland, and fixed his residence at Ormiclate 
House, in South Uist. In this, one of the remotest of the 
Western Isles, he hoped to enjoy rest and tranquility, after the 
storms and vicissitudes of his early life. But the calm was 
of brief continuance. No sooner had the Earl of Mar raised 
his standard in 1715 than Clanranald hastened from Uist with 
his followers, and summoning his vassals of Arisaig and 
:Moydart, joined the Chevaher's army with a considerable 
force. In all the subsequent operations he took part, and at 
length sealed his devotion to the Stuart cause by his heroic 
death at Sheriffmuir, leading the right wing of Mar's army. 
i?in that fatal occasion it was, that Glengarry, stepping forward, 
oxclaimed " Revenge to-day, mourning to-morrow." Clanra- 
nald was universally esteemed and respected by friend and 
foe, and his memory is still fondly cherished in the Highlands. 
He m., while in France, Penelope, dau. of Col. Mackenzie, 
Governor of Tangier under Chakles II., but had no issue. 
His brother and heir, 

Ranald Macdonald, d. unm. at St. Germains, 1723, when 
the succession devolved on his cousin, 

Donald Macdonald, of Benbecula, who took no part in the 
insurrection of '15, but resided in retirement at Benbecula, 
until, at the decease of Ranald, he became chieftain, as nearest 
heir male. He m. 1st, Margaret, dau. of Donald Macdonald, 
of Clanranald, by whom he had a son, Ranald, his heir; and 
2ndly, Margaret, dau. of George Mackenzie, Esq. of Kildun, 
I'y whom he had Alexander, who obtained the estate of 
Boisdale; and Anne, wife of Lochlan M'Kinnon, of Strathura- 
dale. Clanranald d. 1730, and was s. by his son, 

Ranald Macdonald, of Clanranald, b. 1C92 ; jii. Margaret, 
dau. of William Maclcod, of Berncra, and had two sons and 
rine dau., Ranald, his heir; Donald, an officer of high reputa- 
tion in the British service, killed with Gen. Wolfe at Quebec; 
ind Margaret, who d. unm. The eldest son, 
Ranald Macdonald, became, during his father's lifetime, 
n able actor in the rising of 174.5. He fought at Gladsmuir, 
arched with Prince Charles into England, and was severely 
oundcd at Culloden. Ho joined Prince Charles at Paris, 
:id obtaining military employment from the French Govern- 
ncnt, became Aide-de-camp to Marshal Saxe. He m. 1st, Mary, 
lau. of Lord Basil Hamilton (younger son of the Duke of 
laniilton), eventually Earl of Selkirk, and by her, who d. 
'1 May, 1750, he had one son, Charles James Somerlcdd, 
vho d. 1755, aged 5. He m. 2ndly, Flora Mackinnon, dau. 
'f the ancient family of Mackinnon of that ilk, and by her 
lad issue, John, his heir; James, an ofHcer of rank in the 
riny; Margaret, who d. unm.; Mary, who d. unm.; Pene- 
■pc, m. Lord Belhaven and Stcnton. The eldest son, 
John Macdonald, of Clanranald, Capt. 22nd Dragoons, 
. 1764; m. 1st, Katharine, dau. of the Right Hon. Robert 
iacqueen, of Braxfield, Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland ; and 
ndly, Jean, dau. of Colin Macdonald, Esq. of Boisdale; by 
he former of whom only he had issue, Reginald George, his 

ir; Robert Johnstone , and Donald. Clanranald d. 1794. 
lis eldest son, 

Reginald George Macdonald, 25th Capt. and Chief of 
lanranald, J.P. and D.L., at one time MI", for Plympton, b. 
>ug. 1788; m. 1st, April, 1812, Lady Caroline Anne Edgc- 
umbe, 2nd dau. of Richard, 2nd Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, 
nd by her (who d. 10 April, 1824) had issue, 
I. Reginald John George James, present representative. 
I. Caroline Sophia, m. 8 Sept. 1842, Hon. Charles Henry 
Cust, 2nd son of John, 1st Earl of Brownlow. 
n. Emma Hamilla, m. 21 April, 1840, Hon. and Rev. Alfred 
Wodehouse, youngest son of John, 2nd Lord Wodchouse ; 
andrf. 1851. 

III. Louisa Emily, m. 1st, Charles William Marsham, Esq.. 
eldest sarvlving son of Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton 
Strawless, co. Norfolk; and 2ndly, 4 Dec. 1856, Col. Hugh 
Fitz Eoy, Grenadier Guards, son of Lord Henry Fitz Roy. 

rv. Flora (Hon.), Maid of Honour to H.M. the Queen. 

V. Sarah Anne, m. 1848, Baron PorccUi, a Sicilian nobleman. 
Clanranald m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of William Cunningham, 
Esq., and widow of Richard Barry Dunning, Lord Ashburtoa 
(who d. 8 July, 1835); and 3rdly, Nov. 1S45, Elizabeth 
Rebecca Newman. He d. 1873. 

^)-ms— Quarterly : 1st, arg., a lion rampant gu. armed or; 
2nd, or, a dexter hand couped fcssways holding a cross-crosslet 
titchce gu. ; 3rd, or, a lymphad oars in saltire sa. and in base 
a salmon naiant in sea vert; 4th, arg., an oak-tree vert 
surmounted by an eagle or. Crest— A castle triple towered 
arg. masoned sa., and issuing from the centre tower a dexter 
aim in armour cmbowed grasping a sword all ppr. Sapporiem 
— Two bears, each having an arrow pierced through the body all 
ppr. Motto, over the Crest, My hope is constant in Thee. Below 
tlic Arms, Dhandcon co Hcirogha. 

licsidmcc — 22_ Clarendon Road, Kensington, London, W. 


Macdonald, John Andrew, Esq. of Gleualadale, 
CO. Inverness, J.P. and D.L., co. Inverness, J.P. co. 
Argyll, Major in the Inverness Militia, b. 29 July, 
1837 ; ni. 30 July, 1862, Helen Mary, elder dau. of 
Edward Chaloner, Esq. of Liverpool, wliick lady 
d. s. p. 14 March, 1864. 

JLillCagp. — The Glenaladale family is the oldest cadet of 
the Clanranald family. 

John Macdonald, of Glenaladale, the 2nd son of John 
Moidartach MacAlistek, the chief of Clanranald, who d. 
1584, had one son, 

Alexander Macdonald, of Glenaladale, who m. and left 
four sons, Rort; Alexander; Allan; and Ranald. The eldest, 

RoRT or Roderick Macdonald, of Glenaladale, left two sons, 
Angus and John. Angus dying s. ^:)., bis brother, 

John Macdonald, succeeded at Glenaladale; he m., and had 
eight sons, John, Angus, of Borrodale, whose son Alexander 
s. to Glenaladale; Alexander; Allan ; Ranald ; James; Rory ; 
and Donald; and several daus. The eldest son, 

John Macdonald, of Glenaladale, had two sons, Alexander 
and John. The elder son, 

Alexander Macdonald, of Glenaladale, had John ; 
Augustin; Donald; and several sons who d. in infancy, and 
three daus. The eldest son, 

John Macdonald, of Glenaladale, m.. and had four sons, 
William; Donald; John ; and Rory ; and one dau. He formed 
a project of leaving Scotland, and establishing his family in 
Prince Edward's Island, North America, where he had pur- 
chased a tract of land ; he accordingly resolved to leave the 
kingdom, and sold and made over his estate to his cousin and 
nearest of kin, 

Alexander MacDonald, eldest] surviving son of Angus of 
Borrodale, 2nd son of John, the 4th laird of Glenaladale, by 
which this Alexander became proprietor of the estate of the 
Glenaladale family in Scotland. He m. and had three sons, 
John ; Alexander ; and Angus ; the eldest and youngest 
having d. in their infancy, the 2nd, 

Alexander Macdonald, of Glenaladale, s. his father, and 
dying «. p. 1815, his cousin-german as heirat-law, 

John Macdonald, of Borrodale, eldest son of Ranald, son 
of Angus, 1st of Borrodale, 2nd son of John, 4th laird of 
Glenaladale, succeeded him. He m. 1792, Jane, dau. of Alex- 
ander McNab, of Inishewen, co. Perth, and by her (who d. 
1827) had issue, 

I. Angus, late of Glenaladale. 

II. ,\lexander, m. Margaret Watson, and has issue. 

III. John, Lieut.-Col. lateH.E.I.C.S., severely wounded in tho 
Indian mutiny, m. 1848, Helen Morgan, and by her (who d. 
1855) had issue. 

IV. Donald (Rev.). 

I. Clementina, d. 1874. 

II. Catherine. 

III. Margaret, r,i. Colin Chisholm, of Inverness, who d. 1877. 
She d. 1868, leaving issue. 

IV. Jane, el. 1874. 

John Macdonald, who d. 1830, was s. by his son, 

Anous Macdonald, of Glenaladale, b. 1793; m. 1836, Mary, 
younger dau. of Hugh Watson, late of Torsonce, Midlolhiaa, 
and by her left issue, 

I. John Andrew, now of Glenaladale. 

II. Hugh Joseph (Rev.), h. 1841. 

III. Angus (Rev.), B.A. London, b. 1844. 
I. Mary Margaret, a Nun. 

Mr. Macdonald d. 1870. 

II. Jane "Veronica. 

Arms. Crest, and Molio—Scc Macdonaij) "f Clanranald. 
Seat — Glenfinnan, Fort William, co. Inverness. 





Macdonaid, William Macdonald Colquhottn 
Fabquhaesox, Esq., F.R.S.E. and F.R.G.S., of St. 
Martin's Abbey, co. Perth, and Eossie Castle, Mont- 
rose, J.P. and' D.L., Lieut.-Col. Command. Pertli- 
ehii-e Highland Eifle Volunteers, and Ai-cher of 
H.M. Scottish Eodv Guard, h. 26 May, 1822; m. 
2Q June, 1849, Hon. Clarp. Anne Jane Brownlow, 
2nd dau. of Charles, 1st Lord Lui-gan, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of Eoderick McXeill, of Barra, and 
has issue, 

I. Montagu William Hacdosalp, Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 
Lieut. Forfar Militia, and Capt. Perthshire Volunteers, h. 
15 Jan. 1S51. 

II. Charles Bronnlow, Lieut. E.X., 6. 15 Xov. 1855. 

III. Harry, 72nd Highlanders, 6. 6 Feb. 185S. 

IV. Francis Roderick, 6. li Nov. 1871. 

I. Emily Jane, 6. 15 3Iay, 1853. 

II. Alice Clara ilary, b. 9 June, 1862. 

JLtltraCJC— This branch of the great clan Macdonald 
settled on the Dee Side, after the Lord of the Isles engaged 
the King's forces at the battle of Harlaw, 1414. There seems to 
be no authentic account of the heads of this branch of the 
Macdonalds till 1630, when mention is made of Alexander 
Macdosald, known by the name of Marcus. His great-great- 

James Macdoxald, of Eanathan, 6. 1702; in. 1731, Helen, 
dau. and heiress of Ludovic Grant, of TuUach, and bad, with 
other issue, 
WrLLiAM, his heir. 

Christina, eldest dau., m. .Tohn Farquharson, Esq., a military 
officer, a descendant of Findlamore, and had a son, 
James Alexander Farqiiharson, General in the army, 
Governor of St. Lucia, b. 1775; ni. Eebecca, dau. and co- 
heir of Sir George Colquhoun, Bart, of TiUly Colquhoun. 
She was b. 1777, and d. 1855. He d. 1S34, aged 58, 
leaving irsue, 


St. JSIartin's. 
Charlotte Grace, €,. un;;x. 
Fanny Maria, lU. 1851, Kev. Valentine Grantham Faith- 

lull, M.A.. Incumbent of Trinity Cliurch, Eiiinburgh, 

and has, Kobert Colquhoun ; Clare llebecca ; and Ida 


James Macdonald d. 1776, aged 74, and was s. by his son, 
William Macdonald, of Eanathan and St. Martin's, h. 

1732; m. CecUia, dau. of Kinloch, of Kil:og and Logic, .and 

left a son, 

William Macdokald, who s. his father 1814. He vn. 1S03; 

Grizel, eldest dau. of Sir William Miller, Bart, of Gleenlcc, 

Lord Glenlee. and dying 1841, was s. by his cousin, 
William Macdokald Fabqchausox CoLQcnocs Macdonald, 

now of St. Martin's. 

Ar;n% — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, or, a lion rampant gu. ; 2nd, 
or, a dexter arm in armour couped in fess ppr. the hand holding 
a cross-crosslet fitchee gu. ; 3rd, or, a lymphad, oars and sail sa. 
flags flying gu. ; 4th, vert, a salmon naiant ppr. within a bor- 
dure az. charged with two mascles in chief itrg. and a boar's 
head erased in base or. Cre^t — A dcmi- lion gu. holding in his 
dexter paw a hand ppr. Motto — Per mare per terras. 

Seats — Eossie Castle. Montrose: St. Martin's Abbey, Perth; 
Garth House, Abcrftldy : Crossmount Lodge, Pittochrie; 
and Glenshcc Lodge, Biairgowne, Perthshire. 

M'DoxALD, Alastaiu Mac Iax, of Dalehosnie, 
and Dunalastair, co. Perth, h. 22 March, 1830, 
Major-Gen. in the army, A.D.C. to H.E.H. the 
Duke of Cambridge. 

iLiuraSC— This family, distinfr.ished by the gallant 
raihtary services of its members, descends, through Hie Mac- 
donalds of Keppoch, from Alexander, son of John, Lord of the 
Isles, by the Lady Margaret his wife, dau. of King Eoeebt II. 
of Scotland. The great-greatgrandfather of the present 

Alexantjee M'Donald, Esq. of Dalehosnie, h. 1696, an 
ofBcer in the Highland army, fell at Culloden, 1740. He w. 
1718, Janet, dau. of James Stewart, Esq., progenitor of tlie 
Sttiwarts of Tempey, LepintuUich, and Crossmount, and by 
her had (with a dau., Barbara, who d. Uiuii. 1819, aged 92) 
three sons, AlUin, lulled in action, «. ;>. ; John, of whom pre- 
sently ; and Donald, Writer to the Signet, who d. s. p. The 
2na son, 

John Macdonald, Esq. of Dalehosnie, b. 1721, served as an 
ofBcer in the Highland Army 1745-0. He m. 1761, Mary, dau. 
of Eobert Menzies, Esq. of Glassie, co. Perth, and by her had 
(with numerous other children, all of whom d. unm..), 

I. Alexander, his eldest son, b. 12 Aug. 1762; a Major in the 
army; ra. 11 Nov. 1787, Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander Men- 
zies, Baron of Balfracks, co. Perth, and predeceased his 
father July, 1808, hanng had issue, 

1 John, late representative. 

2 Alexander, Lieut. 92nd Highlanders, d. unm. 5 Oct. 
1813, of wounds received at the Pass of Maya, 25 July 
preceding. , 

3 William, Lieut. 81st regt., d. unm. 1839. 

4 Donald, late a Capt. in the 68th regt., d. unr.i. 1835. 

5 James, Capt. 92nd Highlanders, d. v.nm. 1840. 
1 Mary Anne, d. 1S07, aged 10. 

II. Donald (the 5th son), a very distinguished ofBcer, com- 
manded the 92nd Highlanders at Waterloo. 

VI. Eobert (Eev.), the 11th son. 

Mr. M'Donald d.. 1809, and was s. by his grandson, 

SiE John M'Donald, K.C.B., of Dalehosnie and Dun Alastair, 
J.P., Gen. in the army, and Col. 92nd Highlanders, b. 10 
Sept. 1783; j/i. 12 Sept. 1826, Adriana, eldest dau. of the late 
James M'Inroy, Esq. of Lude, Perthshire, and had issue, 

AxASTAiR MacIan, now of Dalehosnie. 

John Allan, late Capt. 92nd Highlanders, b. 22 March, 1834. 

Charles William, Capt. 93rd Highlanders, b. 15 Oct. 1835; 
killed inside tlie breath at the assault of the Begum'aj 
Palace at Lucknow, 11 March, 1858. 

Donald, Capt. 79th Highlanders, 6. 11 May, 1837. 

Elizabeth Moore Menzies. Adriana. Jemima. 

Sir John M'Donald became representative of the Keppoch 
branch of the Macdonalds before his death, by the decease of 
some of its remaining descendants. He d. 27 June, 1866. 

^rnis— Quarterly : 1st, or, a lion rampant gu., a canton of 
the last thereon pendant from a mural crown of the first, by a 
ribbon of the second, fimbriated az. a representation of the 
gold medal and clasp presented to Col. Macdonald for his ser- 
vices in the Peninsular War ; 2nd, arg., a dexter arm embowed 
in armour ppr. garnished or, the hand grasping a dagger, the 
point downwards also ppr., the pommel and hilt gold; 3rd, 
arg., on waves of the sea ppr. a ship with sails furled sa. in 
base a salmon naiant also ppr; 4th, or, an oak tre growing 
out of a mount in base ppr. surmounted by an eagle displayed 
sa., over the whole a fess counter-embattled gu., thereon two 
swords in saltier points upwards arg. pommels and hilts or, 
between a representation of the Spanish cross of distinction on 
the dexter and the Portuguese cross of distinction on the 
sinister, both ppr. Cnst — Out of a mural crown or, in front 
of an arm in armour fessways, the hand ppr. holding a cross- 
crosslet sa. flames issuing from the top also ppr., a flagstaff 
therefrom flowing to the sinister a banner gu. inscribed 
" Aeolla " in letters of gold, the staff entwined with a branch 
of laurel vert. Motto — Per inure per terras. 

/S'tai — Dalehosnie and Dun Alastair, Pitlochry, co. Perth. ; 


Macdonald, William Bell, Esq. of Eammer- 
scales, CO. Dumfries, b. 9 Jan. 1845 ; s, his father 
1862, Capt. 1st regt. (Eoyal Scots). 

iLillCTigt. — Donald Macdonald, 6. 1055, a cadet of the 
family of Boisdale, was Lieut, of the Macdonald Highlanders 
at the battle of Killiecrankic under his cousin, Benbecula, and 
his claymore and silver cruaich are still retained in good pre- 
servation; he ',n. 1712, Miss Maclean, of Torloisk, in Mull, a 
family now merged iu the English marquessate of Xorthamp- 
ton, and had issue, Donald, 6. 1715; Allan, 6. 1717, d. v.nm. 
1797 ; Archibald, drowned when a boy, in endeavouring to 
save a companion, in the river Clyde. The eldest son, 

Donald Macdonald, Esq. an officer in Prince Charles's 
army 1745, ra. Miss Payne, granddau. of Carlyle of Brydekirk, 
and Brakenquhate, Dumfriesshire, representative of Carlyle, 
Lord Carlyle of Torthorwald, and had issue, 

Allan, b. 1755; ('. unvd.; Lieut. 7Ctli regt. Macdonald 

Donald, 6. 1759, of whom presently. 

Archibald, h. 1761, in the army, who was taken prisoner and 
put to death in India, by Tippoo Saib. He d. nam. 

Janet, m. W. Cuthbertson, Esq. of Glasgow, and had issue. 
The 2nd but elder surviving son, 

Donald Macdonald, Esq., 6. 1759; ni. Mary, sister of 
William Bell, Esq. of Eammerscales, and had issue, 

William Bell, late of Bammerscales. 


William Bell Macdonald, Esq. of Bammerscales, J.P.> 
b. 20 Dec. 1807 ;_ s. his maternal uncle, William Bell, Esq. of 
Bammerscales, i837; hi. 20 March, 1839, Helen, dau. of 
Thomas Johnstone, Esq. of Underwood, and had issue, 





WrLLiAM BELt, nowof Rainmerscaios. 

Donald, b. 30 Aug. 1846. 

Thomas Johnstone, 6. 16 Sept. IS') I. 

Harriett Allan. Mary Alicia Eel), d. 186D. 

He d. 1862. 

.^niis— Quarterly: 1st, arg., a lion ramprint gu.; 2n(I, or, a 
dexter hand eouped holding a cross-crosskt titchee gu. ; .'Jnl, 
or, a Ijniphad or Kalh'y ''a. ; 4th, vert, a salmon naiant arg. 
Crtst — A dexter hand holding a cross-crosslct titchee. Mutto 
— Nee tempore nee fato. 

Arms of liBhi, — Az., throo hells or. CresS— A hand holding 
a dagger ppr. Motto — 1 beir the hell. 

iStttt— lUunmerscales, near Lochmabcn, Dumfricssliirc. 


Macdonald, Donald, Esq. of Sandside House, 
<-o. Caithness, J.P. and D.L., late Capt. Royal 
Engineers, b. 2 Sept. 1791 ; m. 26 Oct. 1826, Lady 
Eamsay Maule, 5tli dau. of Lord Panmure, and sister 
of Fox, Earl of Dalbousie, and by her had issue, 

I. William Donald, Lieut.-Col. in the army, and late Major 
93rd Highlanders, b. 15 Sept. 1S27 ; m. 1860, Emma 
Anne Elizabeth, dau. of the late Colin Lindsay, Esq. 

II. Henry, b. 3 Dec. 1831. 

III. John Crauford, b. 7 Aug. 1833. 

IV. Arthur Kamsay, b. 30 June, 1835. 
T. Dudley Ward, b. 8. June, 1810. 

I. Mary. ii. Patricia, deceased. 

3LtttC<tSC — Donald MacDonald, Esq., Col. in the army, 
and Brig.-Gen. in North America, whose family came oriRi- 
nally from the Isle of Skye, m. Jane Ailkcn, and had (with 
three daus., Jane, ra. P. G. Craufurd, Esq., Susan and Ann) 
an only son, 

John Macdonald, Esq., Col. Eoyal Marines, m. 1789, Mary, 
eldest dau. of 'William luues, Esq., of Sandside, by Mary 
his wife, dau, of Sheldon Cradock, Esq. of Hartforth, co. York, 
and had one son, Capt. Donald MacDonald, K.E., of Sandside ; 
and two daus., Mary ; and Jane, -ni. James Uridges, Esq. 

Motto — Per marc per terra'. 

Seat — Sandside House,, co. Caithness. 



MacDonbtet,!, William Edwaed Aemsteong, 
Esq. of New Hall and Kilkee, co. Clare, J.P., D.L. 
(and for some years Vice-Lieut.) co. Clare, Col.- 
(.'ommandant of the co. of Clare Mihtia, High 
Sheriff 1853, b. 10 May, 1826 ; s. to the estates of 
his maternal uncle, 28 June, 1850 : assumed, by 
X'oyal heensc, 18 May, 1858, the additional surname 
and arms of MacDonnell ; m. 20 July, 1858, the 
Hon. JuHaua Cecilia O'Erien, eldest dau. of Lucius, 
13 ih Earon Inchiquiu, and has issue. 

I. Cbables Randal, 6. 24 March, 1862. 
It. Lucius Gerald, 6. 14 Sept. 1864. 

III. Edward Ronald, b. 8 July, 1807. 

IV. W'illiam Henry, b. 10 April, 1870. 

V. Aubrey George, b. 21 Feb. 1873. 

1. Mary Gertrude. n. Nora Grace. 

lu. Violet Maud. 

iLinC<l(ir.— 1'his branch of the JlacDoncn family has been 
settled in co. Clare during two ccntuiics, and claims descent 
from a common ancestor with the Earl of Antrim. 

Daniel Mac Uonnell, Esq. of Kilkee was possessed of the 
estate of Kilbreckan, and considerable property in co. Galway 
and in the liberties of the city of Limerick, and was living at 
Kilkee 1671. He in. Penelope,* 3rd dau. of Daniel O'Brien 
(More), of Dromore and Dough, co. Clare (by Eleonor his wife, 
dau. of Edmond EitzGcrald, Kuight of Glynn), by whom he 
bad issue two sons and two daus. The elder son, 

James MacDonnell, Esq. of Kilkee, served as a Capt. in 
Lord Clare's reet. of Dragoons, but on the accession of William 
III. he relinquish ;d the Catholic cause, and, having given in 
his adhesion to that monarch, he secured to himself his estates. 
In 1695 he was appointed one of the Commissioners for col- 
lecting the poll tax in co. Clare. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of 

• Her sister, Honora, m, Connor, 2a(l Viscoimt C!ai'e, of 

Capt. Nicholas Bromby, of Newcastle, co. Limerick (by Ilarricit 
his wife, dau. of Henry 1". Edgeworth, Esq. of Lissard, co. 
Longford), and by her (who d. Jan. 1720), he had four sons and 
one dau. James MacDonnell U. atan advanced age, Dec. 1714. 
The 3rd son, 

Ciiakles jAjirs MacDonnell, Esq. of Kilkee, s. his brother 
Randall ITiG, and was Hi^h Sheriff of Clare 1728; he m.8 
Oct. 1718, Elizabeth, only child of Capt. Christopher OT.iien 
of Ennistyuion, co. Clare (by his 1st marriage, with Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Theobald Jlathcw Esq. of Thomastown, co. 
Tipperary, ancestor of Lord Llandaff), by whom he had issue 
one son and two daus.; he d. Oct. 1743. Jlrs. MacDonnell d. 
'Zi April, 1738, aged 89 years. Their eldest son, 

CiiAiiLES MacDonnell, Esq. of Kilkee, h. 17CG, High Sheriff 
of Clare 1760, was Lieut.-Col. of co. Clare Militia Dragoons, and, 
17G5, s. Sir Edward O'Brien in the representation of iheco., and 
was subsequently (1768) M.P. for Ennis, which scat he held up 
to the time of his death. Killone Abbey, otherwise called New 
Hall, was purchased by him, 1764, from his maternal uncle, 
Edward O'Brien, and from that time became the principal resi- 
dence of the family. He )«. 1 Jan. 17G0, Catherine, 3rd dau. 
of Sir Edward O'Brien, Bart, of Dronioland, co. Clare (by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Hugh Hickman, Esq. of Fenloe, co. Clare), 
and by her (who d. '2.0 July, 1818, aged 74) had issue three sous 
and three daus., 

Charles, of whom presently. 

Edward, of Kilmurry, co. Clurc, Col. in the avniy, Quartrr- 
mastcr-Gcn. of Canada, b. 1766; 7)i. 1797, Anne, "eldest dau. 
of Sir John Johnson, Bart., Superintendent-Gen. of 
Indian affairs in British North America; and d. at Mon- 
treal 30 Oct. 1812, leaving issue by his wife (who survived 
him, and d. 31 Jan. 1848) four sons and five daus. 

Randal, Capt. R.N., d. zmm. at Lucca, 1SU6. 

Mary, ra. 1.87, George Syngc, Esq. of Rathmore. 

Eliza, 7(4. 1789, Cornelius Bolton, Esq., M.P., of Faithleg. 

Henrietta Ann, m. 1799, Charles Hamilton, Esq. ot the 

Mr. MacDonnell d. 25 April, 1773, and was s. by bis sort, 

Charles MacDonnell, Esq. of New Hall and Kilkee, 6. 
1761, Lieut. -Col. Comm. of the Earl of Belvidere's regt., who, 
during the .-Vmerican war raised a regt. of volunteers, which he 
commanded in Canada. He was M.P. for co. Clare, and at the 
time of his death sat for the borough of Yarmouth. In 1803 
he was appointed a Commissioner of Accounts. He m. 17 
Feb. 1785, Bridget, 3rd dau. of John Bayly, Esq. of Debs- 
borough, CO. Tipperary, and d. G Sept. 1S03, having had issue 
by his wife (who c(. 15 March, ISOO, aged 38), witli other chil- 
dren, who all d. young, 
John, who s. his father. 

Edward Richard, b. 17 March, 1792, served during the Penin- 
sular War in the 2nd Queen's Royal regt., and afterw aids in 
the 93rd Highlanders. He (;. tinm. 28 March, 1821. 
Bridget, m. 7 April, 1809, William Henry Armstrong, Esq., 
M.P., of Mount Heaton, King's Co. She d. at Kingstown, 
20 Oct. 1860, aged 70, leaving surviving issue by her hus- 
band (who predeceased her and c(. at I'aris 21 Sept. 1835), 
three sons and live daus. 
The elder son and heir, 

John MacDonnell, Esq. of New Hall and Kilkee, J.P. and 
D.L., b. 14 Oct. 1789; served as a "Volunteer in Spain during 
the Peninsular War, on the staff of Gen. Carroll; High Sheriff 
CO. Clare 1821. Mr. MacDonnell d. unm. at New Hall 28 June, 
1S50, aged 61, leaving by his will the whole of his estates in 
Clare and Galway to his nephew, the present proprietor. 

yli-nut — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, grand qirarter', for Mac- 
Donnell; 1st, or, a lion ramj ant gu; 2nd, or, a dexter ai m 
issuant from the sinister fess point out of a cloud ppr., in the 
hand a cross-crosslet fitchce erectaz. ; 3rd, arg., a ship with the 
sails furled sa. ; 4th, per fess az. and ;vert a fish naiant 
in fess ppr. in the centre chief point a crescent gu., 2nd and 
3rd, grand quarters, for Armstrong, gu., three dexter arms 
vambraccd and cmbowed ppr., hands clenched also ppr., in 
the centre chief point a mullet or. Crests — 1st, for MacDonnell, 
a dexter arm embowed fessways vested or, cuffed arg., the 
hand holding a cross-crosslet fitchie erect az. charged with a 
crescent gu. 2nd, for Armstrong, A dexter arm vambraccd 
fessways and embowed ppr. charged with a mullet gu. the 
hand grasping an armed leg coupcd at.the thigh and bleed- 
ing also ppr. liloilo — Toujours prest. 

Heats — New Hall, nearEnnis; and Liscrona Hoosc, near 
Kilkee, co. Clare. 


JLillf atJC— JouN McDonnell, 2nd son of John, Lord of 
the Isles, by his wife Jlaigaret, dau. of Rodert II. of Scot- 
land, was founder, about the year 1330, of the clan "I.-n 





Vore," or "Clandonald South," whose chiefs were also styled 
Lords of Dunyveg, Isla, Kintyre, and the Glens of Antrim. 

Alexander McDonnell, 6th chief, who invaded Ulster with 
S,000 men in 1532, had by his wife, a dau. of the Lord of 
Ardnamurchan, five sons, of whom James, 6th chief, m. a 
dau. of the Earl of Arfcyll, and was slain in 1565, leaving issue, 
a son, Angus, Lord of Kintyre. James McDonnell transferred, 
however, his Irish possessions to his brother, Sorley Buy, 
father to the 1st Earl of Antrim. 

CoLL-DHU McDonnell, 2nd brother of James, the 6th chief 
m. a dau. of McQuillan, and was father to Gillespie, Chief of 
lona and Collinsay, whose son, by his wife, dau. of O'Cahan, 

Coll (Kittagh) McDonnell, was at the head of the clan 
" Ian Voi-e," and was besieged in the Castle of Dunyveg and 
put to deatli by Archibald, Marquis of Argyll, in 1647. He m. 
a dau. of McDonnell of Sanda, and was s. by his son, 

Sib Alexander McDonnell, Montrose's celebrated Lieut.- 
Gen., who, having survived the royal cause in Scotland, was 
killed in Ireland while second in command of the royal forces 
at Knock-na-ness, co. Cork, 13 Kov. 1647. He m. a dau. of 
IdcAUister, of the family of Loup, and had issue, 

Coll, of Kilmore, in the Glens of Antrim. 

Archibald, of GlassmuUin, a Capt. in Lord Antrim's regt., 
■who distinguished himself and was wounded at Aughrim. 
He m. Anne, dau. of Stewart of Kedbay Castle, and from 
him descended the McDonnells of GlassmuUhi. 

Coll McDonnell, the elder son, m. Anne, dau. of McGee, 
of Murlough, CO. Antrim, and was s. by his son, 

Alexander McDonnell, of Kilmore, living 1738, m. 1st, a 
dau. of McDonnell, of Knappin, and had issue, 

I. Eandal, d. unm. 

II. Michael, rii. Elizabeth, dau. of A. Steward, Esq. of Bal- 
lintoy, and was father of 

James McDonnell, of Belfast and of Murlough, co. An- 
trim, M.D., who left by his 1st wife, Elizabeth, dau. of J. 
Clarke, Esq. of Belfast, 

1 Eight Hon. Sir Alexander McDonnell, B.C., M.A. 
Ch. Ch. Oxford, of Lincoln's Inn, Barristcr-at-Law, 
Kesident Commissioner at the Board of National Edu- 
cation in Ireland, created a Bart. 1872, in consideration 
of his long and distinguished career in the public 
service in Ireland, m. Barbara, dau. of Hugh Mont- 
gomery, Esq. of Benvardcn, co. Antrim, and widow of 
Eiuhard Staples, Esq., whicli lady </. 1865. He d. s. 'p. 
1875, when the baronetcy became extinct. 

2 John, of Dublin, M.D., and Medical Poor Law Com- 
missioner for Ireland, m. Charity, dau. of the Eev. 
Kobert Dobbs, and has issue, 

James, Barristcr-at-Law, m. Eosanna, dau. of the late 

William Cairns, Esq. of 
Eobert, M.D., E.K.S., President of the College of 

Physicians in Ireland, 1877, vi. 1st, Mary M., dau. 

of Daniel Molloy, Esq. of Clonbeala, King's Co., 

which lady c/. s.p. 1869; and 2ndly, 21 June, 1877, 

Susan,2nd dau. of Sir R. B. McCausland, and has a 

son, 6. 2 Nov. 1878. 

Alexander, C.E., m. Isabella, dau. of — GrcnfcU, Esq. 
Eandal William, Q.C., m. Sara, dau. of John Carlisle, 

William Dobbs. 
AVilhclmina Charity, wife of Henry Pilkington, Q.C., 

of Tore, co. Westmeath. 
Elizabeth Penelope. Eosc Emily. 

Catherine Anne Stewart. 
Barbara Montgomery. 

3 Catherine Anne, wife of Andrew Armstrong, Esq. of 
Kilsharvan, co. Mcath, and their sole surviving issue is 
Elizabeth Penelope, wife of the Eight Hon. Mountifort 
Longfleld, P.C, late Judge of the Landed Estates Court, 

Alexander McDonnell m. 2ndly, Miss McVeagh, of Dinnadoon, 
and by her was father of 

JouN McDonnell, who .s. by family arrangement to the 
possession of Kilmore. He m. Rose, dau. of George Savage, 
of Down, and dying 25 Dec. 1S03, was s. by his son, 

Eandall McDonnell, of Kilmore and Brackney, m. his 
relative, Mary, grand-dau. of McDonnell of GlassmuUin, and 
had issue, four daus. and two sons, 

1. Alexander, his heir. 

u. John, Col., successor to his brother. 

Mr. McDonnell was s. by his son, 

Alexander McDonnell, of Kilmore and Dublin, m. Nov. 
1S51, Margaret, dau. of Alexander McMullin, Esq. of Cabra 
House, CO. Down. He d. 24 Nov. 1862, and was s. by his dau., 
Eaciiel Mary Josephine, as heiress of her mother's estate in 
CO. Down, and in his own estate by his brother, the present 
CuL. John McDonnell, J. P. for co. Antrim, m. 1870, Hon. 
M;iiU-lenc O'llagan, dau. of Thomas, Lord O'Hagan, Lord 
Chancellor of licland, which lady d. ii Oct. 1ST5. 

Arms — Quarterly : 1st, or, a lion rampant gu. ; 2nd, on a 
dexter arm issuant from the sinister less point out of a cloud 
ppr. in the hand a cross crosslet fitchee erect az.; 3rd, arg., a 
lymphad sails furled sa. ; 4th, per fess az. and vert, a dolphin 
naiant ppr. Crest — A dexter arm embowed fesswise couped at 
the shoulder vested or, cuff arg. holding in the hand a cross 
crosslet fitchee erect az. Motto — Toujours pret. l 

Heat — Ballinley, Kilmore, Gleaariff, co. Antrim. ] 


McDouALL, James, Esq. of Logan, co. Wigtown, 
J.P. and D.L., b. 19 March, 1840; m. 16 Sept. 
1SG9, Agnes, eldest dau. of Sir Thomas Buchaa 
Hepburn, Eart. of Smeaton Hepburn, and has 

Andrew Kenneth, 6. 6 Aug. 1870. 
Nigel Douglas, b. 4 Feb. 1872. 
Helen Ethel. 

iCtllCSflC. — Patrick McDodall was in possession of 
Logan in 1455, as appears from a document in the Lochnaw 
Charter chest, and was s. by his son, 

Patrick McDouall Logan, who had a charter de novo of 
the lands of Logan, 27 Jan. 1504. He to. previous to 1494, 
Catherine, only dau. of Sir Alexander McCulloch, of Myrton, 
and was father of 

Charles McDouall, who was killed at Flodden in 1513, 
leaving a son and successor, 

Patrick, whose son and heir, Charles McDouall, had a 
charter of the lands of Logan, &c., from Queen Mart, dated 
20 May, 1545. He had also a dispensation in 1547 to marry 
his cousin, Alison Maxwell, and dying soon afterwards, was 
s. by his son, 

Patrick McDoi'all, of Logan, m. in 1568, Helen, dau. of 
Uchtred McDowall, of Garthland, and dying in 1579, was s. by 
his son, 

John McDocall, of Logan, m. l.'St, Grissil, dau. of Sir 
Patrick Vans, of Barnbarroch, and widow of John Kennedy, 
of Barclamrachan; and 2ndly, Margaret, dau. of Craufurd of 
Kerse. John McDouall and his 1st wife, Grissil Vans, had a 
charter of the lands of Logan, 18 March, 1594. He was s. in 
1618 by his son, 

Alexander McDouall, to. 1621, Jane, dau. of Sir Patrick 
Agnew, of Lochnaw, and had, besides a dau., Joanna, m. 
William, 2nd son of WiUiam Maxwell, of Monreith, a son, 

Patrick McDooall, of Logan, served heir to his father 
29 Nov. 1661. He m. Isabel, dau. of Sir Eobert Adair, of 
Kinhilt, and had issue, Eobert, his heir; and Patrick, v>. 
Jean, dau., of John Blair, of Dunskey. The eldest sou and 

Eobert McDouall, of Logan, was served heir to his father 
29 Aug. 1699. He m. in 1078, Sarah, dau. of Sir Johu Shaw, 
of Greenock, and had issue, 

John, his heir. 

Andrew, a celebrated Lawyer, who became Lord of Session, 
and was styled Lord Bankton. 

Patrick, styled Advocate, had sasine of the lands of Culgroat 
1 July, 1749, and 12 June, 1758. He had a son, John, of 
Culgroat, and two daus., Isabella, to. William Hamilton, 
of Craichlaw ; and Sarah, who m. Charles Hamilton, of 

The eldest son, 

John McDouall, of Logan, s. his father about 1729. He 
m. about 1710, Anna, dau. of Kobert Johnstone, of Kelton, 
and d. in 1754, having had, besides a younger son, Patrick, 
and a dau., Isabel, who to. 1743, Andrew Adair, of Little 
Genoch, an eldest son, 

John McDouall, of Logan, who s. his father in 1754, and 
had then sasine of the Barony of Logan, and subsequently 
had sasines of several other lands, including Culgroat, 
Altoun, &e. He m. Helen, dau. of George Buchan, of Kello, 
and was s. by his son and heir, 

Andrew McDouall of Logan, Lieut.-Col. in the army, 
who was M.P., for co. Wigtown. He m. Mary, dau. of James 
Eussell, of Dumfries, and dying in 1834, was s. by his eldest 

James McDouall, Esq. of Logan, 6. 1790. He joined the 
2nd Life Guards in 1819, and in 1845 became Col. of that 
regt. He retired in 1854. He m. Jane, dau. of William 
Barnet, of Apeton, and had issue, 

James, now of Logan. 

Jane, to. Licut.-Col. Patrick Stewart, Bengal Engineers, 2ni 
son of James Stewart, of Cairnsmuir. He d. in 1805. 

Col. McDouall d. July, 1872. 





Arms(tiB entered in Lord Lyon's Office)— Az., a linn rampant 
arg. Korged with an antique crown or. Cext—A tiRcr's head 
erased crowned with an imperial crown, with a lion's paw 
issoing from a cloud graspinj,' the crown from the tiger's head 
ppr. Si'ppnrters— Two lions arg. crowned with antique crowns 
ppr. or, armed and langucd gu. 

.feat— Logan, near Stranraer. 


^rAcDoroALL Chaeles Allan, Esq. of Dmiolly 
^tle, CO. Argyll, Licut.-Col. Ucugal StafP Coqis, 


- tiiraC;f .— TheM'Dougallsof Lornc were anciently Lords 
\rgyll "do Argadia." About the besinning of tlio 12th 
. iuury SoMERLiD ruled in Argyll. By a dau. of Olaus, King 
f Man and tlie Isles, he had four sons, one of whom was 
DouGAL, who erected his inheritance into a principality. 
If was grandfather of Alexander M'Uougall, of Lornc, who 
,'lit and defeated King Eodert Bkuce at the battle of 
io, in Perthshire, 130G. His son, John M'Dougall, was i. 
lis son, EwEN M'Dougall, father of John M'Dougall, of 
"lly, whose son, John M'Dougall, of Dunolly, was father 
'ougal M'Dougall, of Dunolly, who entered to his lands 
harter from Argyll, 1562 and 15G7. His son, Duncan 
'ougall, of Dunolly, 1598, was s. by his son. Sir John 
mugall, of Dunolly, who m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Duncan 
aiupbcll, of Glenurey, and left a son and successor, Ales- 
NDER M'Dougall, of Dunolly, who Hi. and had two sons, 
an, who d. s. p., and Allan, who s. his brother, and 
.:ncd from King James VII. a charterof the greater part of 
lie lands of Lorn, dated at Windsor 20 Sept. 1686. His son 
nd heir, John M'Dougall, of Dunolly, joined the rising in 
715, and suffered forfeiture in consequence. He m. Mary, 
"". of Sir James M'Donald, Bart, of Slate, by his wife the 
Margaret Douglas, 2nd dau. of Robert, 8th Earl of 
in, and left two daus., the elder of whom m. John 
ran of Lochbuy, and a son and successor, Alexander 
i'oucALL, of Dunolly, restored to his father's forfeited 
lite, by charter from the Duke of Argyll, 1745. Ho vi. 
ary, dau. of Campbell, of Barcaldino, co. Argyll, and had 
me. The 2nd son, 5 

i'ATBicK Mac Dougall, Esq. of Dunolly, s. his father. He 
. 1782, Louisa Maxwell, dau. of John Campbell, Esq. of 
chalader, co. Perth, and had issue, 

Alexander, Capt. 5th regt. ; Isllled at the storming of Ciudad 
Rodrigo. Jan. 1810. He d. s.p. 
John, late of Dunolly. 

Patrick, Lieut.-Col. in the army, d. unm. 1851. 
Allan, (/. 1876. 

l^iliella, m. Capt. Keill Mao Dougall, of the 75th regt , 
-i?rant Adjutant-General in the British army, IdUed at 
■ i<tella,-in Spain, 13 April, 1813. She d. Oct. 1S67. 
Louisa Maxwell, d. unm. 

Anne Colina, m. Patrick Campbell, Esq. of Balevcolan, co. 
Argyll; d. 1S56. ' 

5Iary Jane, m. Charics Hale Monro, Esq. of Ingsdon, Devon; 
"• 1°°**- Colina Catherine, d. 1872. 

■■ :^rac Dougall d. Oct. 1825, and was s. by his son, 
~|R John Mac Dougall, of Dunolly Castle, K.C.B., J.P. 
1 D.L., Vice-Admiral R.N., b. 1789; m. 22 Aug. 1826,' 
/.abcth Sophia, only child of the late Capt. Charies S. Timins^ 
X., of Oriel Lodge, Cheltenham, and had issue, 
\i.i:xander John, Capt. Royal Artillery, m. 4 July, 1867 
Anna, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Barclay, Esq of 
Lallyartney, co. Clare; and d. s. p. Aug. 18G7. 
' iinek Charies Campbell, Commander R.N., rf. Nov 1861 
UARLES Allan, now of Dunolly. John Timins 

li nry Robert, M.D., Indian Medical Service, m. 1871 
rnhne, dau. of James Forsyth, Esq. of Glengorm Mull ' 
la Klizubeth^ m. Sept. 1852, to Sir ^Vngus Campbell, 
rt. of Duiistaffnago; (/. June, 1857. 
~a Maxwell Helen Colina. Elizabeth Mary Jane, 

m Mac Dougall d. April, 18C5. 

Isabella Fergus (wlio d. 1872) youngest dau. of 
James Deunistoun, Esq. of Golfliiil, and lias issue, 

I. IlENRT, Capt. Royal Renfrew Militia, h. 1845. 

u. Day llort, Capt. Renfrewshire Volunteers, 6. 1850 

I. Maria Wilhelmina. 

II. Eleanor Isabella, m. 1874, William Ingilby, Esq., 2nd son 
of the late Rev. Sir Henry Ingilby, Bart, of Ripley, co. 
'^°'''^' "I. Anna Dennistoun. 

3ltJlC<10C.— Col. William Macdowall, a younger son of 
MaaDowall of Garthland, purchased, 17'27, the ancient 
Barony of Castle Semple, co. Renfrew, from Hugh Utii 
Lord SempiU. He m. 1st, a dau. of Mrs. Milliken, of Milliken 
by her 1st husband, and had by her a son William; he m 
2ndly, Isabella Wallace, sister of Biggar Wallace, of Woolmet, 
and by her had James, who went to the West Indies, and John' 
who s. to the lands of Woolmet. Col. MacDowall d. 1748 anU 
was s. by his son, ' 

William Macdowall, Esq. of Castle Semple, h. 1700, who 
purchased from his cousin, William Macdowall, who d. unm 
the family estate of Garthland. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of 
James Grahame, Esq. of Airth, by Lady Mary Livingstone 
his wife, dau. of Alexander, 3rd Eari of Callender, and 
Lady Anne Grahame his wife, grand dau. of James, the 
great Marquess of Montrose. By Elizabeth his wife Cwho d. 
ISOO) he had issue, 

I. William, his heir, of Garihland and Castle Semple, Lieut. 
of CO. Renfrew, and Member in five Pariiaments, d. unm. 
2 May, 1810. 

II. James, at one time Provost of Glasgow, m. Isobell 
Peters, and had issue, amongst others, William and Law- 
rence, both of whom s. to Garthland, and d. v.nm. 

III. Day Hort, of Walkinshaw, h. 27 March, 1753 ; m. 7 Nov 
li91, Wilhelmina, dau. of William Graham, Esq. of Airth' 
CO. Stiriing, and d. 16 June, 1809, having had issue, ' 

1 Day Ilort, Lieut.-Gcn., Col. 3rd Buffs, J.P. and D.L., 6. 
3 July, 1795, 'M. 1838, Elcanora Frances Murray, 3rd dau. 
of David Macdowall Grant, Esq. of Arndilly, co. Banff, 
by his wife Eleanor Mary Grant, of Arndilly; s. his cousin 
Laurence, 1842, and d. 14 Sept. Ia70. Mr. Macdowall d'. 

2 Henet, now of Garthland. 

1 Elizabeth, m. Sir Henry Ingilby, Bart, of Ripley Castle. 
CO. York; and d. 7 March, 1869. 

2 Christian Jemima, m. John Dundas, Esq., of the family 
of Dundas of Manor; and d. 19 July, 1863. 

3 Caroline, m. 16 Oct. IS38, the Rev. R. W. Bosanquet, of 
Rock, Northumberland. 

IV. Hay, Lieut.-Gen., Commander-in-Chief at Madras. The 
ship in which he was returning from India was lost at sea, 
and never heard of. 

v. David, Capt. R.N., m. Eleanor Mary Grant, of Arndill}-, 
CO. Banff, and assumed her name. 

VI. Laurence, Lieut.-Col. Renfrewshire Militia. 

^n)is— Az., a lion rampant collared and crowned or. Crett 
—A lion's paw erased holding a dagger all erect ppr. Mottoes 
—Above the crest, Fortis in arduis ; under the shield, Vinccre 
vel mori. 

i'ca^— Garthland, near Loehwinnoch. 

-— Quartcriy : 1st and 4th, az., a lion rampant arg.- 

' .'ua ,Jrd, or, a lymphad sa. with a beacon on the topmast 

■ Y,'y'~'^'^ '"■'n in armour cmbowed fessways couped 

■"■Iding a cross-crosslet fitchee erect ar. J/o((o— Vint-ere 


.—Dunolly Castle, near Oban, co. Argyll. 



IVIacdowall, HEXKr, Esq. of Garthland, co. 
Jnnew, J.P. and D.L., b. 20 Nov. 179G; »». 1839, 


MacEvoy.Edward Francis, Esq. of Tobertynan, 
CO. Meath, and Fraukford, co. Longford, J.P., M.P. 
CO. Meath 1855 to 1874, and formerly an officer in 
the 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers), b. 5 Sejot. 
1826 ; m. 24 Oct. 1850, Eliza, only child of Andrew- 
Browne, Esq. of Mount Hazel, co. Galway, sou of 
Nicholas Browne, Esq. of Mount Hazel, by Eleanor 
his wife (afterwards Viscountess Strangfortl), 
youngest dau. of Sir Thomas Burke, Bart., auJ. 
has a dau., 
Pauline, b. 28 Nov. 1862. 

HtUraQC. — The MacEvoys (of the Clan CoUa) are com- 
memuratcd by Heerin, and are described by O'Brien to 
have been in ancient times chiefs of a district in the Queen's 
Co., wherein they were principally settled in the Barony of 
Stradbally. They also possessed property in Feffla— callid 
Ily MacVais— now the Barony[of Moygoish, in Westmeath, 
and previously to their coming to Meath, had estates in co. 
Longford, which they lost in the times of religious disabilities. 

The late Francis MacEvoy, Esq. of Tobcrtynan, was son of 
Edward MacEvoy, of Dring, co. Longford, and grandson (ly 
Anne D'Arcy his wife) of Christopher MacEvoy, whcse 
younger brother was of Santa Crux, and had a son. Christo- 
pher MacEvoy, of Wimbledon, Surrey. Francis MacEvoy was 





one of the most distinguished Burgeons of his time, and 
enjoyed the first practice in the city of Dublin. He ni. Anne, 
dau. of Thomas Fetlierstonhaugh, Esq. of Braclilyn Castle, 
CO. Westmeath, and had a son, Edward, who d. before him 
i:nm. He d. himself 180S, and was s. by his brother, 

James JIacEvot, Esq. of Tobertynan, co. Meatb, and Frank- 
ford, CO. Longford, m. Theresa, youngest dau. and co heir of 
the late Sir Joshua CoUes Meredyth, Bart., by Maria his wife, 
dau. and heir of Laurence Coyne Ku;,'ent, Esq., and tL 1S34, 
leaving issue, 

I. Edward Francis, now of 

II. Josliua James (Sully Mount, co. Kildare), J.P., formerly 
B.N., an ofiieer in tlie Dublin Artillery, m. 22 Nov. 1860, 
the Hon. Mary Netterville, 2nd dau. and co-heiress of 
James, Viscount Ketterville, and assumed by royal license, 
dated 7 April, 1865, the surname and arms of KEXTEitvii-LE ; 
and has issue, 

1 3Iary Eliza Theresa. 

2 Theresa Eeddis. 

3 Eliza Theodora. 

4 Rose Emily. 5 Barbara. 
6 Victoria. 7 Pauline. 

I. Maria Theresa, m. 18.52, Eichard Gradwell, Esq., J.P. of 

Dowth Hall, CO. Meath, and has issue (see Gkadweli. of 

Vowtk Hall). 
n. Barbara Frances, m. 8 Jan. 1856, Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., 

LL.D., Ulster King-of-Arms, and has issue (see Bceke of the 


Ai-Ms—TeT fcss az. and per pale or and erm. a fess gu., 
issuant therefrom a demi-lion arg. in the dexter base a dexter 
hand couped at the wrist of the fourth. Cra-t—A cubit arm 
erect, vested gu. cuffed erminois, in the hand a sword ppr. 
MoUo — Bear and forbear. 

Sent— Tobertynan, near Enfield, co. Mcath. 


McFaelan, John Waeden, Esq. of Ballenclc- 
roche, ov Keithtoun, co. Stirling, Capt. 5tli Lancers, 
h. 16 July, 1823; m. 11 June, 1857, Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of Duncan Gibb, Esq. of Liverpool. 

JLiuCrtCJC.— Patrick McFarlane, the representative of 
the Merliinch branch of the family of MacFarlane of that ilk 
in 1624:, purchased the estate of Ballencleroche or Kirktoun ; 
his son, James, who m. Mary Kieth, of the Marischall family, 
built the old part of the present mansion house. His son, 
HcGH MacFarlajj, served under Marlborough in Queen 
Anne's wars. He ni. Elizabeth Doig, of Balinyreu. and was 
succeeded by William McFarlan, the fourth of Kirktoun, 
v/ho entailed his estate on the family of his sister Anne, who 
had i/i. the Ptev. John Warden, the Minister of Campsie, son 
of Rev. John Warden, first Jlinister of Gargunnoch after the 
Revolution. The son of the marriage succeeded to the estate 
and took the name of McFarlan, and was father of 

John McFarlan, Advocate, m. 5 Aug. 1794, Christian, only 
dau. of David Wardrobe, Esq., by Eleanor Irvine his wife, 
and by her (who d. 25 Dec. 1812) left at his decease, 18 Dec. 
1846, a son, 

John McFarlan, Esq. of Ballencleroche, ni. 10 Nov. 1S19, 
Jemet Buchauiian, dau. of Robert Ewing, Esq., aud d. 6 July, 
18.V2, having had issue, 

JonN V»'arden, now of Ballencleroche. 
William Leckie (Uev.), Minister of Cupar, ra. 18C0, Isabella 
Leckie, dau. of vrilliam Letkie Ewing, Esq. of Arngomery. 

Isabella. Christian U'ardrobe. 

Amu — Arg., a saltire cantoned with four roses gu. Crest — 
An eagle rising ppr. Mntto — Laboranti Numen adest. 

^Vnother crest has been used, viz., a demisavaire, grasping in 
lis dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with tlie 
sinister to an imperial crown ; with the motto, This I'll defend. 

Seat — liallencleroclic, Campsie, Glasgow. 



MacFaelane, IIexet Jame.5, Esq. of Hunstown 
House, CO. Dublin, and Fallagherin, co. Tyrone, 
D.C.L., J.P. cos. Dublin and Tyrone, h. 3 July, 
1817 ; m. 27 Aug. 1840, Jane, dau. of Hamilton 
Stuart Wallace, Esq. of co. Tyi'one, by Margaret 
his vdie, sister to Colin Campbell, Esq., then of 
Tanderagee Castle, co. Armagh, and has issue, 

I. James Francis Lennox, Stirling House, Clonee, co. 
Mcath, late Capt. 3rd Dragoon Guards, 6. 7 April, 1845. 

II. Charles James Napier, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, h. 
15 Nor. 1851. 

ni. Henry William Hamilton, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 6. 

8 April, 1804. 
1. Mary. ii. Jane Moore. m. Elizabeth Frances. 

IV. Marion Agnes Hinds. v. Eva, deceased. 

iLtncrtgC— "The Clan Pharlan," says Skene, "is the 
only one (with the exception, perhaps, of the Clan Donnachie) 
whose descent from the ancient Earls of the district in wliich 
their possessions lay (the Earls of Lennox) can be proved by 
The Irish branch of the family was founded by 
Malcolm MacFarlane, nephew, it is stated, of Col. John 
MacFarlane of that ilk, whose three brothers. Major Andrew, 
Archibald, and Waiter, were killed at Malplaquet serving 
under the Duke of Mailborough. He m. about 1725, Janet 
Drummond, grand-dau. of James Drummond, 4th Earl of 
Perth, created Duke by James VIL, and d. about 1729, leav- 
ing a son, 

Francis MacFarlane, 6. 1727, who was at Prestonpans, 
1745, where he was beside Col. Gardiner, when that gallant 
oflBcer was killed. Purchasing some property in Ireland, he 
settled at Stirling, co. Meath. To this Francis, " his cousin," 
Walter MacFarlane, of that ilk, the learned genealogist, trans- 
mitted a copy of the family pedigree. He ra. 1st, 1766, Jane 
Hastie of Edinburgh, by whom he had (with a dau., Jane, 
who m. Mr. Bevan, of Wales, and d. s. p.), three sons, 
Henrt, his heir. 

James Hepburn, of Stutton House, Suffolk, Post-Capt. 
R.N., Signal Lieut, to Lord Howe on the "Glorious," 
1 June, 1794, b. 30 May, 1769; m. 1803, his cousin, M;m , , 
dau. of James Ha.'stie, Esq. of London, and had i:- i i 
Francis James, an officer in the R.N., d. in the \\' 
Indies: Mary Anne, deceased; and EUzabeth Frances, 
Francis John MacFarlane, Lieut.-Col., late 3rd Dra^ .;i 
Fiancis, of Longford and Paceficld, co. Dublin, b. 1771 ; /.;. 
in 1832, Maria, dau. of — James, Esq. of Bristol, and ha,= 
issue, Francis Thomas, b. 2 July, 1835 ; and Jane. 

Mr. MacFarlane to. 2ndly, 1793, Mary Richardson, and by hci 
had a son and a dau., 
Edward North, of Mount Pleasant, co. Dublin, h. 13 Mav -li, 
1794; rii. Lucy, dau. of James Barker, Esq., and has issue, 
Francis and Caroline. 
Mary, m. in 1817, Richard Barker, Esq., son of Oliver Barl-r. 
Esq. of Clonard, the grandson and heir of Richard Bai.. ., 
Esq. of Crobojc-East, co. Mcath, and had issue. 

The eldest son, 

Henry L. MacFarlane, Esq. of Stirling, co. Meath, and 
Hunstown House, co. Dublin, 6. 2.S May, 1707 ; m. 14 April, 
1815, Mary, dau. of Ross Maguire, Esq. of Oak Park, Castle- 
knock, a descendant of the great and ancient family of JIaguirc 
of Fermanagh, and by her (who d. March, 1837) had issue 
Malcolm Francis, d. 11 Jan. 1826; Henry James, now o 
Hunstown House ; Francis John, Lieut.-Col., late 3rd Dragooi: 
Guards, m. May, 1802, Elizabeth Frani;es, dau. of Capt. James 
Hepburn MacFarlane, of Stutton House, Suffolk, Post-Capt 
R.N. ; Catherine, d. 31 Oct. 18GS. Mr. MacFarlane d. Jan 

Anns — Arg., a saltire engi'ailed between four roses gu. Ores 
— A demi-savage grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrowf 
and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown or. 

.-ical-i — Hunstown House, Mulhuddart, co. Dublin; andFallagl 
Erin, co. Tyrone. 


JI'GiLDOWNT, Jonx, Esq. of Clare Park, co 
Antrim, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1843, Capt 
Antrim Militia, b. Feb. 1820. 

iLiilCngP.— John M'Gildowny, Esq. of Eallycastlo, soi 
of Edmund M'Gildowny, Esq. of Ballynaglough, m. Mar. i 
Gray, and was father (with a dau., Mary, Mrs. Casement) o ' 
three sons, John, of Clare Park: Charles, of whom presently 
and Edmund, of Clare. The 2nd son, 

Charles M'Gildowny, Esq. of Clare Park, m. 9 JIarch, ISIU 
Rosetta Boyd, and d. 24 Jan. 1842, leaving an only sou M' 
heir, the present Joun 31'Gildowny, of Clare Park. 

&at— Clare Park, near Ballycastle, co. Antrim. 


MacG-illicuddt, Dexis Chaeles, common], 
called Mac Gillicuddy of the Reeks, b. 14 Maj 
1852 ; s. his father 6 June, 1866. 





ILtltCngC— The family of M'Gillicuddy was a branch of 
the once powerful sept of the O'Sullivans, who had great pos- 
jesaious in 'f ipperary, especially at Clonmel, but lost all at tlio 
time of the English invasion, in the days of Donald More, 
who removed to Carberry. He had ten sons, men of note and 
ralour, of whom eight were slain in an ambuscade at Lisli- 
loaaugil, near Cork; whereupon the O'SuUivan-More and the 
Sullivan-Uear retreated to Desmond, long before possessed by 
he O'Donoghues and Jloriartys, who, without contention, 
:eded to the new comers most of Desmond from Cuou-a-ui, 
aear Bantry, to the Kiver Laune. 

The barony of Iveragh (except M'Carthy-lIore's estates), the 
;ntirc of Dunkerion, and four plowlands in Glan-y-rought, 
irere the allotment of O'SuUivan-lIorc, and the most of Glan- 
r-rought, with Bear and Bantry, went to O'SuUivan-Bcar. 
Many of their kin accompanied these chiefs ; among others, 
;he Sughrues. Several families had their living out of O'SuUi- 
ran-ilorc's house, and paid him chiefry therefor. This 
D'SullivanOIore gave one-third of his estate to his grandson, 
jience called M'Gillicuddy, i.e., tlie child of ray affections 
iitdofmy goods ; and his eldest son, and eventually most of 
lis descendants, adopted that name, viz., M'Gillicuddy, in 
ieu of their ancient name of O'Sullivan. 
In 1595, June 8, a patent was granted to Edmond Barret 
'of the lands of Charonloughhurte, Bodenismeane, alias 
'arrennegate, and Tenescarte, containing two cartrous of 
aountain and infertile land; a cartron of land in Charowbcg, 
xdemore, Ardenegreaghe, Banecloone, Shaneragh, Ard- 
■kghes, Leseknoghcr, in the Barony of Cliarowloughurte, 
[ilsallaghc, Kieapirashc, Blegawlin, Charowmeereyaghter, a 
astle in Bragheraghe, Chaherdonnellyearaglie, Oglaneloghe, 
Jonefelaghe, Derileceghwaghe, in the co. of Kerry, parcel of 
he lands of Donald Gebaldaghe M'Gilleccdd, late of 
ensmeane [or Bordeneene, or M'Gillycuddy's border], 
illed in rebellion, and attainted by Act of Parliament." 
OEBIn's Bat. Rolls, vol. ii., page 312.] 

Whether Donald, whose lands were thus alienated in 1.'95, 

|ras father or cousin of Donat, whose son, John, was Vicar of 

Icatcrn 1591, it is impossible to ascertain, owing to the very 

■tilated state of the family pedigree now in the possession of 

le M'Gillycuddy of the Keeks. 

CoKKELics M'GiLLiccTDDr, 6. civca 15S0 {d. by shipwreck in 

I), m. Istly, Joan, dau. of John Crosbie, Bishop of Anlfert, 

[y Grace O'Lawlor; and 2ndly, Sheelah, dau. of David (or 

laniel) Oge M'Carthy, of Dunguile. By the latter he had 

mo a son Xeill, and a dau. ; and by tlic former, Joan Crosbie, 

ve children, of whom the eldest was 

DoNoon, or Doxatcs M'Gilliccddt, of Carewbcg, b. 1C23, 

ho was remarkable for his loyal attachment to the Stuart 

lUSe. He defended his castle for a long time against the 

irces of Cbomwell ; and finally set it on fire rather than sur- 

nder it, and escaped to the mountain strongholds. In 1C4S he 

lised a regiment at his own expense in support of Charles, 

d obtained the Marquess of Ormonde's commission of Lieut. - 

1. in 1650. He was, however, compelled to fly to the con- 

nent, where he remained for some years. On the restoration 

Cbables ii. he returned; and his estates, which were 

rfeited, were in part restored to him. He was Sheriff of 

crry 1636, and d. circa 1690, in which year he made his 

ill. lie 111. a Spanish lady of rank, and had issue. The 

Daniel M'Gillicuddt, a Capt. in Col. Monck's regt., m. 
rucretia, dau. of Derryck Yon Dachelaer, of Wennigen, or 
ageningen, in Guilderland, sister to Margaret Von Dachelaer, 
ife of his cousin-german, Major Denis M'Gillicuddy. Capt. 
lel M'Gillycuddy d. v. p. 1705, leaving issue, besides a 
itinger son, Cornelius (who resided in Holland, with his 
other, and settled in Lisbon afterwards, under the name of 
oderigo Von Dachelaer), an elder son, 
Denis M'Gillicuddy, in. Anne, dau. of John Blennerhasset, 

Killorglin, by Klizabeth his wife, dau. of llev. Benjamin 
ross. Precentor of Cloyne, and had four sons, Denis, who 

». ?)., Cornelics, John, and Philip; and three dans.. Avis, 
lizabeth, and Mary. All his sons d. s. p., except tlic 2nd, 
Cornelius M-GiLLicuDDY, b. 1720; m. 16 July, 17-15, Cathe- 
ne, dau. of Richard Chute, Esq. of Tulligaron, by Charity 
iS wife, dau. of Arthur Uerbert (of Currens) and Mary 
astable, and had issue, 

L Denis, b. 31 Oct. 1717; d. uvm. 

U. EicHARD, " M'Gillicuddy of the Reeks," 6. 30 May, 17.'iO ; 

m. Arabella, dau. of Thomas, the 1st Lord Ventry, and 

d. *. p. I'J Nov. 1826. 
tii. Fbascis, of whom hereafter. 
IV. Daniel, b. Feb. 1753, in. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Conway 

Blennerhassett and Elizabeth Lacy, but had no issue by her. 

Hem. 2ndly, 1811, Sophia, dau. of Sir Barry Denny, 1st 
bart. of Tralee, and by her (who d. 1832) had issue, 
1 Daniel de Courcy, of Day Place, Tralec, co. Kerry, J.P. 
b. Is .Vug. 1815; m. Sept. 1839, Lucinda Jiargaret, dau. 
of Kichard Morphy, Esq. of Tralee, by whom (who d. 
16 May, 1878) he has issue, 1 Daniel De Courcy, 6. July, 
1840; 2 Kichard Edward, b. May, 1850; 3 Henry Arthur, 
b. Nov. 1852; 4 Edward Abrani, 6. Nov. 1851; 5 Arthur 
Orpen, b. Nov. 1856; 6 Francis John, 6. June, ls60; 
1 Sarah Lucinda, m. 1 Oct. 1867, Bev. liaymond De 
Audemer Oi-pen, Rector of Tralee parish, co. Kerry, son 
of Sir Richard John Theodoi-e Orjten, Knt. of Ardtully, 
Kenmare, co. Kerry; and 2 Sophia Elizabeth. 

1 Arabella, m. Aug. 1843, Edwaid Moi-pliy, Esq. of Tralee, 
CO. Kerry, by whom (who d. 1878) she had issue four sons 
and one dau. 

2 Sophia, m. May, 1834, Rev. Henry Denny, Rector of the 
parish of Ballinaghaglish, co. Kerry, 3id son of Sir 
Edward Denny, 3rd bart. of Tralee, and has issue. 

V. Eiisebius, b. May, 1754, who had issue five .sons, Richard, 
Daniel, Francis, Eusebius, and James, and also four daus., 
Ellen, Catherine, Charity, and Margaret. 

VI. CorneUus, 6. July, 1762. 

I. Charity, wife of Edward CoUis, Esq. 

II. Mary Atme, d. unm. 

III. Margaret, wife of Rev. James Day. 

IV. Ruth, d. .•>-. p. V. Avis, d. s. p. 

VI. Agnes, wife of Maurice Lcyne, M.D., J.P. of Tralee. 
The 3rd son, 

Francis M'Gillicuddy, 6. 17 Aug. 1751; m. 178S, Catherine, 
relict of Darby M'Gill, Esq., and dau. of Denis Jiahony, Esq. 
of Dromore, co. Kerry, and had issue. He d. 6 April, 1520. 
His eldest son, 

RicnARD M'Gillicuddy (who s. his uncle Richard as The 
M'Gillicuddy or the Reeks), b. 1 Jan. 1790; m. 1st, 9 Nov. 
1S14, Margaret, only dau. of James Bennett, M.D., of Cork, 
by Dorothea St. Ledger his wife, and by her (who d. 2 Feb. 
1S49) had an only surviving child, Dorothea, m. 29 June, 1847, 
William Leader, Esq. of Rosnalie, who d. 1861. The M'Gilli- 
cuddy m. 2ndly, 6 Nov. 1849, Anna, dau. of John Johnstone, 
Esq. of Mainstone Court, co. Here.'oid, and had, 

Richard Patrick, his heir. 

Denis Charles, the present Mac Gillicuddy or the Reeks. 

John, b. 20 March, 1850. Charles, 0. 8 Nov. 1857. 

Neill, b. 22 July, lb60. 


Anna Catherine, 771. 1 June, 1S78, George Joseph Metcalf, 
Lieut. 4th Dragoon Guards. 

Mary Ruth. Sylvia Emily. 

M'Gillicuddy served as High SherilT 1823-4, and was J.P. and 
D.L. CO. Kerry; he d. 6 Jtme, 1866, and was s. by his eldest 

Richard Patrick MacGillicuddy, The JIacGillicuddy of 
the Reeks, b. 15 July, 1850 ; d. unm. 28 Nov. 1871, and was s. 
by his brother, Denis Charles, now The MacGillicuddy. 

Arms— Gn., a wivem or. CreU — The Eecks ppr. Motto — 
Sursum corda. 
Heul — Whiteficld, Killarncy. 


jMacGeegoe, .James, Esq. of tliat Ilk, of Glengyle 
and Cille-ina-clieall.iig, co. Perth, m. Margaret, dau. 
of John Tkompson, Esq., and by her (who d. 1S66) 
has issue, 

I. Robert, 6. 1853. 

I. Jemima. 

II. Elizabeth. 

ni. Margaret. 

jltUCtCgC.— The clan Gregor, or MacGregor, is stated to 
bo descended from Kenneth Mac Alpin, King of Scotland, 
and hence to be even now occasionally called the Clan Alpin. 

From time immemorial the clan had large possessions in 
Perth and Argyllshircs, Glenorchy, Gltn-Doihart, Glen- 
Lochy, and Glen-Lyon, being called the four Glens of the 
MacGregors. The chiefs lived in Bealaeh, now Taymouth, 
till about 1491, and when they were driven out of what is now 
the Breadalbane territory, they settled on the banks of Loch 
Lomonu and Loch Katrine. By the ancient Celtic laws no 
chief recognized a Crown charter as necessary to his holding 
his lands, and in fact was not allowed to possess written title 
deeds, it being a point of honour with the clan to love and 
support the chief as father of his people. While the strong 
arm constituted the sole title to property, the MacGregors held 
their own, being able and willing to make their hands keep 
their lands. But when territorial possessions were legally 
secured by written tenures, they imprudently continued to 
trust to the right of the sword, and thus paved the way for 
their future misfortunes. While they pursued their simple 





and retired life, the Rreat barons in their vicinity used their 
fourt influence to obtain charters over the old MacGregor 
possessions, and followed up the acquisition of such docu- 
mentary rights by driving out the true proprietors. The 
MacGregors habitually and obstinately resisted such encroach- 
ments, and their bravery often gained them advantages over 
their adversaries. But the latter had always possession of the 
royal ear, and vsrhat was simply self defence on the part of the 
devoted sept, was uniformly misrepresented at court as a head- 
strong defiance of all rule and authority. The natural result 
followed: not only were they deprived of their lands, but their 
very name was proscribed for nearly 200 years, and the 
MacGregors became a wild, a lawless, and a broken clan. 
An early, if not the original, seat of the clan Gregor was 
Glenorchy, and from that property they took their title for 
many generations. John, of Glenorchy, was made prisoner 
by King Edwabd of England, at Dunbar, 1296; but his lands 
■were returned on condition of his serving that King in France, 
where, it would seem, he died, as no more mention is made of 
him. His dau. and heiress, Margaret, carried the barony to 
her husband, John, son of Sir Neil Campbell, of Lochawe, by 
Lady Mary Bruce, sister of King Eobeet. John fell in the 
Battle of Halidon, 1333, leaving one child, who only survived 
a few years, and upon whose death Glenorchy returned to the 
family of MacGrcgor, as there is undoubted evidence of the 
death in 1390 of John MacGregor, of Glenorchy, who was s. by 
his son, 

GEEGoa MacGregoe, chief of MacGregors, who had five sons, 
James, John, Duncan, Gregor, and Dougal. He d. 1415, and 
was s. by his eldest son, 

James MacGregoe, d. unm. John s. his brother in Bealach, 
Duncan to Eoro, Gregor to Glendochart, and Dougal to 

John MacGbegob was s. by his eldest son, and at this time 
the Breadalbane territory was greatly encroached upon by 
neighbouring clans; and upon the death, a few years later, of 
John's grandson, 

Geegoe MacGeegok, of that ilk, being the only descendant 
of Gregor, .9. to the chiefship and properties of Chomair, 
Craigroyston, Inversnaid, and Glengyle. He was greatly 
celebrated for his bravery. He m. Janet, dau. of Thomas 
Buchanan, of that ilk, and d. 162G, leaving four sons, i. James; 
II. John; III. Gregor; iv. Malcolm, to whom he gave Glen- 
gyle, which is situated on Loch Katrine, a beautiful hilly 
country in co. Perth, and was the birthplace of the celebrated 
Bob Roy. It is the only property of which the MacGregors 
were not deprived, and the MacGregor who held possession 
was deemed chief of the clan. His son, Donald, m. a dau. of 
Campbell of Glenfalloch, and had three sons, 1 John; 2 Dun- 
can ; 3 KoBERT Campbell, the famous Rob Rot MacGregoe, 
of Craigroyston and Inversnaid, and who also held Glengyle 
in trust for his nephew, Gregor MacGregor or Clune Dhu. 
The late Glengyle family was descended from this son. Gregor 
was s. by his eldest son, 

James MacGeegob jh. Miss Graeme, and is stated to have 
been representative of the extinct earldom of Mcntcith. lie 
was s. by his eldest son, 

John MacGeegoe, one of whose daus., Helen, r,i. Rob Roy ; 
the other, Jemima, one of the Campbells of Glenfalloch. His 

James MacGeegoe, m. Helen, dau. of — Macdon.aM, oflicor 
In the 42nd Highlanders, and was father of the present laird 
of Glengyle. 

Motlo — E'en do and spare not. 
/Seat— Glengyle, Callander, co. Perth. 


McGeigoe, Alexander Bennett, Esq., LL.D., 
of Cairnocli, co. Stirling, J. P., Dean of Faculties of 
the University of Glasgow, 5. 1 May, 1827; »». 11 
Oct. 1848, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the late John 
Bobertson, Esq., Merchant, of Hamburg, and has 

I. Alexander, h. 10 July, 1S.5D. 

II. William Bennett, h. 2 Dec. ISCl; d. 11 March, 18G3. 

I. Margaret Elizabeth, m. 2 July, 1874, Neale Thomson, 
Esq. of Glasgow, and has issue. 

II. Janet Stevenson Bennett. 

iLinCilffC— Alexander McGrigob, Esq. of Cairnoch, a 
J. P. for the CO. Lanark, and an eminent Solicitor in Glasgow, 
b. 30 Nov. 17(2; rn. 8 June, 1795, Frances, yomngest dau. of 



John Willison, Esq. of Port Glasgow, descended from 
Andersons of Dowhill, a family for a long period of standi 
and influence in Glasgow. By her (who d. 15 Dec. 1837) 
McG rigor had issue, 

Alexander, his heir. 

Frances Willison, ra. 8 June, 1818, the late Patrick Murray, 
Esq. of Glasgow; and d. 24 Dec. 184S, leaving issue. 

Margaret, 6. Dec. 1797; d. Dec. 1798. 

Mr. McGrigor d. 21 Oct. 1839, and was s. by his son, 

Alexander McGrigor, of Cairnoch, 6. 14 July, 1790, Soli- 
citor in Glasgow, J.P., m. 1st, 7 March, 1826, Janet Stevenson,, 
dau. of the late William Bennett, Esq. of Moore Place, Glasgow, 
and by her (who d. 1 June, 1827) had a son, 

Alexander Bennett, now of Cairnoch. 
He m. 2ndly, 17 July, 1832, Mary Cusine, dau. of William 
Wedderspoon, Esq. of Tayside, Solicitor in Perth, and by her 
(who d. 18 Oct. 1852) had issue, 

William Wedderspoon, b. 20 Oct 1833; d. 6 Sept. 1842. 
Mary Murray. 

Mr. McGregor d. 20 Dee. 1S53. 

Arms — Arg., out of a mount an oak-tree ppr. and a sword 
in bend az. cnsigned with an antique crown. Crest — A lion's 
head erased and crowned with an antique crown ppr. Motto — 
E'en do and spare not. 

Residences — 19, Woodside Terrace, Glasgow; and Cairnoch, 
Carronbridgc by Denny. Clubs — Reform and Devonshire, Lon- 
don; Weslern, Glasgow; University, Edinburgh. 


McGrUiEE, Samuel Edward, Esq. of Clonea 
House, CO. Waterford, J.P., High SherifP 1869, J, 
1816 ; called to the Irish Bar ; s. his brother 1851; 
m. 1852, Charlotte, dau. of Eight Hon. Sir Wilham 
MacMahon, Bart., Master of the EoUs ia Irelaud, 
and has issue, ^^ 

I. William Walter, 6. 26 March, 1853." ' 

I. Chariotte Mary, 0. 10 May, 1S55; d. 19 July, 1875. 

II. Emily Mary, 0. 12 Nov. 1857. 

ni. Augusta Maria, 6. 7 March, 1859. JJ 

iLtlTCatJC. — This is a branch of the House of McGuire, 
anciently Mac Uiduir, Lords of Fermanagh, who were ennobled 
in 1627, under the title of Lord Enniskillcn. 

Tuo.MAS More McGcire, Chief of McGuire and Lord of 
Fermanagh, called Giolla Ddbii, or the dark-haired youth, 
m. Margaret, dau. of Con O'Neill, Chief of Tyrone; andd. 
1430, leaving, with other issue, 

I. Philip, Chief of McGuire, from whom descended the 
McGuires of Tempo, co. I''ermanagh, subsequent chiefs <rf 
McGuire (s»c Bcrke's Vicissitv.dcs of Familie<). 

II. Thomas Oge, m. Juliana, dau. of the MacCallum Moore; 
d. 1480, leaving, inter alios, 

1 Edmond, ancestor of the McGuires of Knockaninny, co. 
Fermanagh, Irom a branch of which line descends John 
McGuire, Esq. of Tralee, whose 3rd dau., Louisa Rebecca, 
m. July, 1872, John H. Glascott, Esq. of Killowen, J.l'. 
CO. Wexford {sie Glascott of Aldertown, £x.). 

2 Connor More, ancestor of the Maguires, Lords Ennis- 
killen (see Burke's Extinct and Dormant Peerage). 

III. HcGH, ancestor of the line treated of here. 

IV. Rory, consecrated Bishop of Cloghcr 1419 ; d. 1483. 
Hugh McGciee, the 3rd son, was called "Hugh Neinagh," 

d. 1488. Seventh in descent from him was 

Richard McGuire, Esq. of co. Fermanagh, as described in 
the pedigree of this family registered in Ulster's Office, Dublin 
Castle ; he had two sons, 

I. William, who canied on this line. 

II. Richard, who settled at Moyalley, co. Limerick, aftei 
IG41 ; m. Katherine, widow of Very Rev. John Fitzgerald, 
Dean of Cork, and d. s. p. ; will dated 1 Feb. 1690. 

William McGuire, Esq., the eldest son, settled in Dublin, 
and was father of 

Richard McGuire, Esq. of Dublin, m. Elizabeth, dau. ol 
Alexander de Barde Duterail, of Dublin, a French refugee 
(who d. March, 1752). He d. 1727, leaving a son, 

William McGuire, Esq. of Dublin, b. 1699, entered Trin. 
Coll. Dublin, 9 July, 1716; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Francis 
Annesley, LL.D., Rector of Winwick, co. Lancaster; by hei 
(who survived him and made her will 12 July, 1784, which was 
proved 7 Feb. 1789) he had issue, 

I. Richard, d. s. p. u. Francis, d. s. p. 

III. William, of George Street, Hanover Square, London, b. 
22 April, 1723; m. Lucy Beard, widow of Governor Fytche. 
of liengal, and had a dau., Lucy, m. Rev. Charles Marr, o: 
Downhain, co. Norfolk, and a son, 





William, of Rostrevor, co. Down, m. Anne Eliza, daii. of 

John Moore, Ksq. of Clough, co. Down; U. lelj. Ib22, 

leaving u son, 

William John, of Carrigl)awn, near Rostrevor, m. 10 Feb. 

18i«, Lady Mary Annislcy, only dau. of William 

Richard, 3rd Earl of Annosley, by his 1st wife, Lady 

Isabella St. Lawrence, dau. of William, 2nd Earl of 

Howth, and co-heiress of her mother Lady JIary Ber- 

mingham, dau. and co-heircss of Thomas, "iind Baron 

of Athenry and Earl of Louth. Lady Mary McGuirc d. 

1837, leaving issue, 

William Richard BEnMiNCHAM McGcire, chief and 
representative of this branch of the ancient family of 
McGuire, Chiefs of Fermanagh, 0. March, 18i9, a co- 
heir of one of the co-heiresses of Thomas, 2Jad Lord 
Athenry, and Earl of Louth. 
Edward Thomas St. Lawrence, Licut.-Col. 1st regt. 

Royals, 6. March, 1830. 
Armorie Russel, 6. 26 Nov. 1837 ; ni. 2 Aug. 1860, Anne 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Humphreys, Esq. of Bally- 
haisc, Co. Cavan ; rf. 18 June, IbTl. 
IV. Arthub, of whom below. 

▼. Joseph, (1. «)!»!., made his will 30 June, 1790, proved 
1794. VI. Annesley, 6. 4 Nov. 1731 ; d. 1732. 

vn. Thomas, 6. 1 Sept. 1733. 

I. Elizabeth, 6. 10 July, 1737; m. Smith. 

II. Anna Maria, m. Smith. 

in. Jane, 6. 3 Nov. 1738; 711. Aslibumcr. iv. Deborah. 
Sir. McGuire c2. intestate April, 1703, and administration was 
granted to his widow, 5 Jan. 1763. His 4th son, 

Abthcb McGuiBE, Esq., Master in Chancery, 6. 17 Jan. 1724; 
')%. (lie. 20 Sept. 1759) Anne, dau. of Walter Croker, Esq. 
jf CO. Cork, and had issue, 

I. Walter, d. s. p. 

U. Arthur, Rector of St. Tliomas, Dublin, appointed a Canon 
of St. Patrick's Cathedral, 21 March, 1791 ; c^. Jan. 1841. 
m. Richard (Sir), Knight. 

IV. William, of whom presently. 

V. Joseph, J. P. cos. Cavan and Fermanagh, m. Mademoiselle 
Perdisette, a native of Switzerland, and had thiee daus., 
Henrietta, d. iinm.; Elizabeth, to. Rev. George Morley 
Dennis, Rector of Enniscoffey, co. Westmeath ; and Maria, 
m. 1st, Arthur McGuire Gyles, Esq. of Saunders' Court, co. 
Wexford, and 2ndly, Nicholas Ffolliott Gyles, J. P., Major 
Waterford Militia (Artillery). 

Tl. Thomas. vii. Edward. viri. Francis. 

I. Anne Croker, m. (lie. 1 March, 1791) George Gyles, Esq. of 
Boblnstown, co. Wexford. 11. Elizabeth. 

rhe4th son, 

William McGuire, Capt. R.N., m. 1S04, Mary, dau. of 
Samuel Hobson, Esq., and d. 1848, having had by her (who 
1. 1856) the following issue, 

I. Thomas, an officer R.N. ; d. unm. of the yellow fever in 
the West Indies. 

II. Abthub, of Clonea House, his successor; d. unm. ISal. 
m. Walter (Rev.), d. unm. 1855. 

IV. Samcel Edwabd, now of Clonea House. 

I. Maria. 

II. Elizabeth, m. John Simon Greene, Capt. 28th regt., and 
has issue. 

Arms — Vert, awhile ho/se fully caparisoned thereon a knight 

^n complete armour. In the dexter hand a sword all ppr. Crest — 

l>n a ducal coronet a stag statant ppr. collared and lined or. 

Ilfotto — Fortitudo et justicia; and Virtus et fortitudo invinci- 

|>ilia sunt. 

&of— Clonea House, Dungarvan, co. Waterford. 


Machell, Eey., Eichaed Beverley, Eector 
|)f Eoos, Holderness, Hull, Yorkshire, J.P. for the 
liartsof Lindsey ; b. 8 Jan. 1823 ; m. llJApril, 1850, 
].he Hon. Emma, eldest survivinjij dau. of the late 
llenry Willoughby, Esq. of Birdsall and Settring- 
lon, and sister of Henry, StJi Lord Middleton, and 
pas issue, 
I. Hugh Lancelot, 6. 14 Aug. 1S51 ; B.A. St. John's Coll. 
Cambridge ; m. 22 July, 1876, Helena Margaret, dau. of 
Abel Chapman, Esq. of Woodford, Essex, and has issue, 
Lancelot, 6. 25 Feb. 1877 ; and Julian, b. 23 March, 1878. 
n. Henry Robert, b. 25 Jan. 1853; d. 26 Dec. 1877. 
ni. Reginald Willoughby, 6. '20 June, 1854; vt.l Aug. 1876, 
Ada Mary, dau. of Rev. Charles Sympson, Rector of lui'by 
Misperton, co. York. 

IV. Guy Lawrence, d. an infant, 25 Jan. 1862. 

V. Percy Wilfrid, b. 5 Dec. 18G2. 

■VI. Lancelot Wentwonh, 6. 11 June, 1SG5. 

I. Eva Magdalen. 11. Beatrice Cassandra. 

iLincagC.— The antiquity of this family is unquestionable. 

In Holinshcd's Chronielet nf Englaml, Rogcrus Malus Catnlus" 
occurs as Vice Chancellor of Knuhind, temp. RicuABD I. 
Guillim, in his Heraldry, makes honourable mention of two 
Machells, Hugh, and Guy, who served at Tournay under 
Hesbt Vlll.; and for further reference we might adduce 
Dugdale, Pennant, and Whitaker. Passing over a long scries 
of generations, we come to 

John Machell, in whose house at Crakenthorpe, according 
to Lingard, King Henry VI. took refuge after the battle of 
Hexham. This John, living 1440, vi. Catherine Huddlcstone, 
and had issue, 

I. John, of Crackentlinrpe, m. a dau. of Gilbert Wharton, 
and (/. 2nd or 3rd Henry Vlll., leaving issue, 

1 Guy, of Crackenthorpe, m. Margaret .Scott ; andfZ. 1537, 
having had issue, Robert Myghthell, Gryllys, Wylfryd, 
Guy, Leonard, Edward, Henry, Thomas, and iVnn. 

2 Philip, clericus. 

S Hugh, of Crackenthorpe, fought at Tournay, d. circa 
1(J54, leaving, by Julyan his wile, a dau., Eleanora, m. 
John Machell, Esq., and four sons, Anthony, Barnaby, 
Nichol, and John (Sir), m. Jane Luddington, and had by 
her (who m. 2ndly, Sir Thomas Chamberlain) he had, 
with other issue, three sons, 1 John, of Hattield, Master 
of the Horse to Queen Elizabeth; 2 Thomas, of Tun- 
stead; and 3 Matthew, of Hatfield, m. twice, 1st, Miss 
Cotton, and 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Edward Leukner, Esq. 
This last-named Matthew Machell, of Hatfield, had, by 
Miss Cotton, his wife, an only son, John Machell, of 
Tangley, m. Jane, dau. of Sir Nicholas Woodroofe, Knt., 
and had, with other issue, two sons, 1 John, of Wendover, 
Bucks, m. 1st, Miss Cooper, and 2ndly, Jane Williams, 
dau. and sole heiress of William ap David, and had, with 
other issue, a son, John, B.A., Barrister-at-Law, who, by 
Alice his wife, dau. of Sir Cuthbert Bucke, was father of 
John, of the Inner Temple, who was father of Columna 
John Machell, Fellow of Magdalene College, Oxon ; and 
2 Slatthew, vi. Miss Carroll, of Woodharth, and had a son, 
jQhn, of Horsham, M.P., who, by his wife, the dau. of Sir 
John Corry, had a dau., Isabella, m. 1st, Arthur Lord 
Ingram, 3rd Viscount Irwin, and 2ndly, Hon. John Noel, 
of Walcot, 3rd son of Viscount Campden. 
1 Katherine, m. Gilbert Wharton, of Kirbythore, who ril. 
2ndly, a dau. of Crackenthorpe, of Newbiggen. 

II. Henry, LL.D., Prebendary of York, and Rector of North 

Newbald. m. William. 

The 3rd son, 

William Machell, was father of Richard Machell, of Caud- 
beck, in Cumberland, 1554, whose son, John Machell, d. in 
his father's lifetime, leaving, by Eleanora his wife, dau. of 
Hugh Machell, of Crackenthorp, a son, 

HcGH Machell, Esq. ra. Margaret, dau. of Thomas Blenkin- 
60p, of Hellebee, by Magdalen his wife, dau. of Edward 
Musgrave, Esq. of Hartclay Castle, and by her had, with several 
other sons and daus., Henry, who served King Charles II. in 
Ireland, and whose will is dated 1646; Lancelot, of whom 
presently, and John, of Ardee, Ireland, m. Miss Ruxton, and 
had a son, John. The 2nd son, 

Lancelot Machell, Esq. of Crackenthorpe Hall, 1st Mayor 
of Appleby after the King's return, destroyed, in open court, 
Cbomwell's charter before he took office. This gentleman m. 
Frances, dau. of Sir Richard Sandford, of Ilowgill Castle 
(settlement dated 20 June, 41 Elizabeth), and had issue. The 
son and heir, 

Hugh Machell, Esq. of Crackenthorpe Hall, r,i. Margaret, 
dau. of Thomas Beck ; and d. 1643, leaving issue. The eldest 

Lancelot Machell, of Crackenthorpe, ra. Elizabeth, dau. 
of Thomas Sleddall, and had issue, Hugh, his heir; Lancelot; 
Thomas, the antiquary, Chaplain to King Chables II. (His 
31SS. are in the Library of the Dean and Chapter of Carlisle.) 
Ann; Susan; and Jane. Lancelot Machell rf. I6S1, and was 
s. by his son, 

HtTGH Machell, Esq. of Crackenthorpe, hi. Anno, dau. of 
Edward Nevinson, Esq. of Newbystones, and bad 

Lancelot, his heir. 

Lancelot Machell, of Crackenthorpe, ra. Deborah Baincs 
and by her (who d. 6 Nov. 1767) left at his decease, 7 May, 
1767, with several other children, a son and heir. 

The Rev. Richabd Machell, of Crackenthorpe Hall, Rector 
of Asby and Brougham, m. Mary, dau. of Christopher Gibson, 
of Edenhall, and had, with other chUdren, who d. young or 
unm., two sons and a dau., 

Lancelot, his heir, who sold Crackenthorpe'to Lord Lowther, 
1786, and d. unm. 1788. The present James Octavius 

• In many of the early documents, the name is written 
Mahis CutiUus within the deed, and Machell on the seal of the 
same parchment. The collection of Deeds and MSS. connected 
with the family is in regular succession from 124C. 





Machcll, Esq. repurchased Crackenthorpe from the Earl of 

Chbistopheh, of whom presently. 
Anne, r,i. Thomas Heelis, Esq. 

The younger son, 

Chbistophek Machell, Esq. of Beverley, 5.1747; Lieut.- 
Col. 15th legt. of foot; m. Anne, dau. of Christopher Scott, 
Esq. of Aldbro", and by her (who d. 1S43, aged 86) had issue, 

I. Richard, 6. June, 1786, Capt. Eriffade-Major in 30th regt., 
served in Spain, Portugal, Copenhagen, and the West 
Indie?, was shot through the body at Badajos, from which 
he recovered, and sei-ved subsequently in the East Indies, 
where he d. 17 Kov. 1822. 

II. Chbistophek Scott, of Beverley, d. 12 May 1869. 
in. Lancelot, Lieut. E.E., killed at St. Sebastian, 1813. 

IV. John Tliomas, Lieut. 18th Hussars, at Waterloo, d. 
13 Oct. 1853. 

V. Eobert (Eev.), of Little Weighton and Beverley, Vicar of 
Marton-in-Cleveland, 6.21 Oct. 1797; m. 1st, 17 Feb. 1821, 
Eliza Mary, dau. of James Zealey; and 2ndly, 11 Aug. 
18-53, Margaret, widow of the late Eev. Henry Torre Holme, 
of Paul Holme; by, his 1st wife (who d. 1841, aged 39), 
he left issue at his decease, 15 April, 1860. 

1 EicHABD Beveelet (Eev.), as ahove. 

2 Thomas, h. 12 Nov. 1824; d. 14 Dec. 1802. 

3 Lancelot, Capt. Bengal ArtUlerv, Commissary of Ord- 
nance at AUahabad, 6. 14 April, 1829; m. 19 July, 1852, 
Susan Eliza, dau. of Col. Thomas John Xuthall, Assistant 
Commissary- General Bengal army ; d. 2 June, 1864. 

4 Hugh Devon, d. 1850. 

5 Henry, R.X., 6. 1835 ; d. 1869. 

6 Eobert Scott, Lieut. 62nd regt. 6- 1836; m. April, 186-5, 
Lucy Harriett, only dau. of the late Kev. Charles Waste- 
neys Eyre, of Earapton Manor, Kotts, and has issue, 
Walter Leonard, 6. 6 Feb. 18r;6. 

7 James Octavius, of Crackenthorpe Hall, Westmorland ; 
Bedford House, Newmarket, Suffolk ; and Landwade, 
Cambridge, late Capt. 14th and 59ih regts., 6. 5 Dec. 1837. 

1 Mary Matilda, m. 11 AprU, 1848, George Fisher, Esq.; 
and 2ndly, Capt. Arthur Prime, 5th Dragoon Guards, 
eldest son of Eichard Prime, of Walberton House, Sussex. 

2 Kathleen, m. Henry Eyre, Esq., late Rifle Brigade, 
eldest son of Eev. Charles Wasteneys Eyre, of Eampton 
Manor, Notts. 

I. Matilda, m. Edward William Smith, Esq. of Eouth. 
Col. MacheU d. 24 Sept 1827. 

Arms — Sa., three greyhounds courant in pale arg., collared 
or. Crest — A stag's head erased ppr., ducally gorged or. The 
more ancient crest was a fleur-de-lis. 

Hesidence — Boos, co. York. 

machelIj of penny bridge. 

Machell, John Pexxt, Esq. of Penny Bridge, 
CO. Lancaster, J.P. and D.L., b. 1801 ; m. Eliza, 
4th dau. of the late Eight Hon. Chief Justice Sir 
Eohert Dallas, and by her (who d. 5 June, 1866) 
has issue a dau., 


HincaQC.— This is a branch of the ^Iachells of Craclen- 
thorpe, which settled in co. Lancaster towards the close of the 
17th century. 

John Machell, Esq., 2nd son of Hugh Machell, Esq. of 
Crackenthorpe, by .Ann his wife, dau. of Edward Nevinson, 
of Newbystones, m. Agnes, dau. of William Walker, Esq. of 
Hollow Oak, and by her acquired that estate. He had issue, 
three sons, i. Jajies, his heir; ii. John; iii. Thomas, of Ayn- 
some. Cartmel, m. Ellen, dau. of Thomas Michaelson, and d. 
1803, leaving issue ; and four daus. The eldest son and heir, 

James Machell, Esq. of Hollow Oak, 6. 27 April, 1708; to. 
Margaret, dau. of Eichard Harrison, Esq. of Waterhead, and 
had, with other issue, John, his heir; and James, m. his 
cousin, EUzaheth, dau. of Thomas Machell, Esq., and was 
father of James Machell, of Newby Bridge, who d. 1849, leav- 
ing issue (by Eosetta his wife, dau. of Thomas Saunders, Esq. 
Capt. H.E.I.C.S.), Edward, Thomas Michaelson, and Eosetta 
Margaret, in. Henry Eigg, Esq. The eldest son, 

John SIachell, Esq. of HoUow Oak, b. 7 Oct. 1736 : ra. 
13 June, 17C7, Isabel, dau. and co-heir of James Penny, Esq. 
of Penny Bridge, co. Lancaster, and had issue, 

James Penny, his heir. William. 

John, ra. Charlotte, dau. of Edward Eigby, Esq. 

Eichard, to. 1st, Lucy, dau. of T. Holmes, Esq. ; and 2naiy, 
Harriet, dau. of the Eev. J. Pawsey. Isabel. Jane. 

The eldest son, 

James Penny Machell, Esq. of Penny Bridge, &. 31 Dec. 
1790 ; m. Anne, eldest dau. of James Penny Esq. of Arrad, co. 
Lancaster, and by her (who d.30 Jan. 1861) left at his decease, 
21 April, 1854, 

John Pennt, row of Penny Bridge. 

James (Eev.), M.A., b. 6 Feb. 1803; d. 14 May, ISC4. 

-(^r-ms— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sa-, three greyhounds cou- 
rant in pale arg. collared or; 2nd and 3rd, az., five fleurs-de- 
lis or. Crtsl — A stag's head erased ppr. ducally gorged. 
21otio — Mauvai.s- chiens. 

Heat — The Hall, Penny Bridge, TJlverston. 


Machen, Eet. Edwaed, of Eastbach Court, co, 
Gloucester, late Eector of Staunton, b. 8 May, 1817 ; 
m. 10 XoT. 1847, Sophia, dau. of the Eev. James 
Lister Dightou, of Dixton, CO. Monmouth, and has 
had issue, 

I. Chakles Edwaed, m. 3 Aug. 1S76, Lucy Jane, dau. of 
late Edward Cope, Esq. of Leamington, and has issue, 
Charles Edwaed James, 6. 18 June, 1877. 

II. Arthur. in. Eichard Dighton. 
I. Lucy, d. 1874. ii. Sophia, d. 1S50. 

III. Edith. rv. Mary. v. iUice. 
VI. Henrietta, d. 1874. vn. Sophy, d. 1863. 
VIII- Annie. ix. Margaret. x. Florence, 

SLcnCclSC" — The family of Machen has long been seatei 
in CO. Gloucester, and has frequently intermarried with the 
very ancient family of Wyrall, of Bicknor, co. Gloucester, 
whose descendant, Mary Wyrall, in 1827, devised Bicknor 
Court to the late Edwaed Machen, Esq. 

Edwaed Machen, Esq- of Eastbach Court, co. Gloucester, 
who M- Anne Byrken, left an only dau. and heiress, Jane, m. 
the Eev. Jajies Da vies, of St. Briavel's, co. Gloucester, and 
left a son and heir, 

James Da vies, Esq. of St. Briavel's, h. 1743 ; m. 1781, Lucy, 
dau- of John Dighton, Esq. of Ascot, co. Oxford (who d. 7 Feb. 
1S55, aged 97). Mr. Davies, upon succeeding to the Eastbach 
property, assumed the name and arms of Machen. He d, 
1832, aged 89, leaving issue, 

I. Edwaed, his heir, who took the name of Machen. 

II. James (Eev.), who retained the name of Da^'ies, as well ai 
his brothers and sisters. 

ni. Charles, E.l.C-S., m. Henrietta, dau. of John Colchester, 
Esq- of the Wilderness; d. 1 Oct- 1844. 

rv. Henry, of the Garth, near Monmouth, 6. 1793; m. 1824, 
Marianne, dau. and co-heir of the Eev. Thomas Birt, oi 
Newland, co. Gloucester, and Vicar of LlantiUio, co. Mon- 
mouth, and d. 1841, leaving issue, 

1 James Davies, Esq. of The Garth, Capt. Royal Monmoutt 
Light Infantry Jlilitia ; m. 9 Aug. 1849, Mary, eldest dau. 
of Ferdinand Hanbury Williams, Esq. of Coldbrook Park, 
CO. Monmouth, and has a son and dau., 

Henry Hanbury Da^•ies, 6. 28 Aug. 1850. 
Mary Annette Pakington Davies. 

2 .AJice. 3 Marianne, d. 1829. 

V. Eichard Olev.), d. 3 Aug. 1857. 

I. Elizabeth', d. 1826. u. Sophia, d. 1870. 

ui. Charlotte, d. 1870. iv. .AUce. v. Arabella. 

The eldest son, 

Edwaed Tomkins JIachen, Esq.of Eastbach Court, J.P. ant 
D.L., b. 1783; vi. 6 July, 1816, Sophia, dau. of Richard 
Dighton, Esq. of The Wilderness, same co., and by her (wht 
d. 24 Dec. 1825) had issue, 

Edwaed, now of Eastbach Court. 

Charles Vaughan, 75th regt., d. 29 Dec. 1847. 

Lucy, d. 27 March, 1833. Henrietta Maria, d. Dee. 1874 

Mr. Machen d. 21 Oct. 1862, and was s. by his son, the Rev 
Edwaed Machen. 

Arms — Gu. a fess vaire between three pelicans' heads or 
vulning themselves. Crat — A pelican's head erased or. 
/Scat— EastUaeh Court, near Coleford, co. Gloucester. 



MacTnnes, Miles, Esq. of Eickerby, Cumber 
land, J.P., M.A. BaUiol Coll. Oxford, m. 1859 
Euphemia, dau. of Andrew Johnston, Esq. of Eenn; 
HiU, CO. Fife, M.P., by Priscilla his 'wife, eldest dan 
of Sir Thomas Powell Buxton, Bart., and has issue 
This gentleman, who is eldest son of the lat 
G-en. John Maclnnes, of Hampslead, Middlesex, i 
to the Eickerbv estate under the will of Georg 
Head Head, Esq., in 1876. 

Scais— Eickerby, Carlisle; Fern Lodge, Hampstead, 







Mackat, Colin CAirrBELi, Esq. of Elgghousc, 
CO. Argyll, b. ISoO ; s. liis uncle 1875. 

iLtnCiigr.— Toe Hon. Col. Ilncn MacKay, 2n(l son of 
: '>r!;e, 3rd Lord Rcay, who </. 17-J8, ?h. Kliz.-iljoth, dau. and 
ssof George JIacKay, of BiKshouse, derived from 'Williani, 
.i.>l son of Y. MacKay, ancestor of Lord Kcay, and d. 1770, 
leaving by her three daus., Janet, his heiress; Marion,))!. 
3eorge, 5th Lord Beay, but d. s. ;>. ; and Itobina, d. unm. 
The elder dau., 

Janet MacKay, of Bigghousc, m. 9 May, 1749, Colin Camp- 
bell, Esq. of Glcnurc, and by him (who was murdered 1752), 
had two daus., Louisa, heiress of Bigghouse; and Colina, m. 
James Baillie, Esq. The elder dan., 

LonsA Campbell MacKay, of Bigghouse, m. 11 June, 17C8, 
(Jeorge MacKay, Ksq. of Islandhanda (son of liobert Mae.Kay, 
Esq., and grandson of the Hon. Charles JLnckay, 2nd son of 
Donald, 1st L«rd lleay), and had nine sons and eleven daus., of 
trkoni were Hugh, d. s. j). ; Colin, his heir; Donald, an ofBcor 
in the army; Charles, R.N. ; Honyman, Major in Ihe army; 
Robert; Janet, in. Sir Benjamin Dunbar, Bart, of Hempriggs; 
Tane, in. George Sackvilie Sutherland, Esq. of Uppavt; Alex- 
ondrina, lii. Gabriel Ecid, Esq.; Johanna, m. — Sinclair of 
Forse; and another dau., Mrs. M'Neill. The son and heir, 

Colin Campbell MacKay, Esq. of Bigghouse, Lieut. -Col. 
78th Highlanders, m. 9 Nov. 1S15, Margery Gerard, 5th dau. 
and co-heir of PatrieU Cruikshank, of StracalUro', co. Forfar, 
and d. 21 June, 1842, learing issue, 

I. Geobge, now of Bigghouse. 
n. James Cruikshank. 7». Margaret Anne, only child of 

Major Duncan McPherson, and has issue, 

1 Colin Campbell, now of Bigghouse. 

2 Duncan MePherson. 3 George. 
1 Margaret Grant SherifT. 2 Marjory Louisa. 

in. Patrick, m. Eliza Clunes, dau. of Major Archibald Innes, 
and has a dau. iv. Hugh. v. Colin Campbell. 

L Louisa Campbell, ni. Duncan Cameron, Esq. of Inver- 
ailort, CO. Inverness, and d. May, 1852. 

II. Margery Jane Clementina, m. 22 May, 1861, Harry 
Yeatesman Doubny Copland Esq. 

m. Margaret Helen Geraldine. iv. Wilhelmina. 

Sis eldest son, 
George MacKay, Esq. of Bigghouse, J. P., of the 7th 
isiliers, 6. 19 March, 1817 ; d. unm. Is75, and was s. by his 


Arms — Az., between three bears' heads couped arg. muzzled 
^. a chevron or, charged with a Rae buck's head erased 
)etween two hands holding daggers all ppr. Civft — A right 
land holding up a dagger paleways ppr. Motto — Mrmu forti. 

Seat— Bigghouse, Morinish, Isle of Mull, co. Argyll. 


Mackenzie, Edwaed, Esq. of Fawley Court, co. 
Buckingham, J.P. cos. Buckingham, Oxford, Dvtm- 
Briee and Kirkcudbright, D.L. co. Oxford, and High 
Jherife 18G2, b. 1 May, 1811 ; purchased 1853 the 
llanor and Estate of Fawlej Court from William 
?eere Williams-Freeman, Esq. of Pylewell ; m. Ist, 
89 Jan. 1839, Mary, dau. of William Dalziel, Esq. 
9f the Craigs, co. Dumfries, by Maria his wife, dau. 
jf, William Dewhurst, Esq. of Chorley, co. Lancaster, 
kud had issue, 

I. William Dalziel, M.A. Magdalen Coll. Oxford, Capt. 
Queens Own Oxfordshire Yeomanry, Barrister-at-Law of 
the Inner Temple, J.P. cos. Dumfries, Kirkcudbright, 
and Oxford, High Slicriff for last named co. 1873, h. 
81 March, 1840 ; m. 1 Dec. 1863, Mary Anna, eldest dau. 
of Henry Baskerville, Esq. of Crowsley Park, co. Oxford, 
and has issue, 

1 William Rodertck Dalziel. 2 Edward Baskerville. 
1 Mary Gwendoline. 2 Isla Jessie. 

3 Aimee Dorothea. 4 Another dau. 

n. Edward Phillippe, formerly Lieut. 9th Lancers, Capt. 
Sussex Yeomanry, J.P. cos. Norfolk, Suffolk, and Dum- 
fries, 6. 14 March, 1842 ; in. Helen Emma, dau. of Henry 
Baskerville, Esq. of Crowsley Park, co. Oxford, and has 
a dau.. Beryl Baskerville. 

ni. Austin, 6. 10 Oct. 1856 ; to. Lucy, dau. of Gustavus 
Tuite Dalton, Esq. of Eureka, co. Meath. 

IV. Keith Ronald, b. 17 May, 1861, Lieut. Seottish Borderers 

I. Jfarie Ada, m. 'John William Rhodes, Esq. of ITennerton, 
Bciits, formerly Lieut. COth Rifles. 

II. Claire Evelyn, m. Krancis Henry, Esq. of Elmstrce, co. 
Gloucester, formerly Lieut. 9th Lancers. 

III. Sarah Rosa, to. John E. Cooke, Esq. 

IV. Alice Editli. 

V. Ainiue Gertrude, m. 22 Oct. 1872, Sir William Eobert 
Clayton, 6th bart. of Morden Park. 

Tl. Mary Maude Janetta. 

irr. Edward IVIackenzie in. 2ndly, 18G4, Ellen, dau. 
of James Mullett, Esq. 

ilturagc— Alexander Mackenzie, 6. 1765 in Fairburn, 
parish of Urssy, of the family of Mackenzie, in Fairburn and 
Muirton, co. Ross, was educated at Inverness High School, 
•where he was a fellow student of David Macintosh, with whom 
subsequently he became partner. As Canal Engineers the 
firm thus formed constructed many of the canals throughout 
the country ; but while Mr. Mackenzie's partner amassed a 
large fortune, liis improvidence left him in difficulties. At his 
death, his eldest son, William MacKenzie, first with Macintosh, 
and then as a civil engineer under Fletcher and Telford, 
speedily made his way, and assisted in most of the great works 
(railways, canals, &c.), of his time, and in the Shannon 
improvements. He afterwards contracted for many railways 
both at home and in France, Spain, &c., and was for some 
years (as was also the present Mr. Edward Mackenzie) partner 
in the firm of Mackenzie and Brassey. He was besides director 
of several railways. Chevalier of the Legion of Honour ; 
and a claimant to the Muirton estate. He was s. by his 
brother, the present Edward Mackenzie, Esq. of Fawley Court. 
Alexander Mackenzie d. at Blackburn, co. Lancaster, 23 
Feb. 183G. He m. Mary, dau. of William Roberts, by whom 
(who d. 8 June, 1828, aged 56) he had issue, 

I. William, of Ncwbie, Civil Engineer, to whose successful 
career we have just alluded, was 6. 20 March, 1794; m. 1st, 
1819, Mary, dau. of James Dalziel, of Glasgow, which lady 
d. 1838, aged 49 ; 2ndly, Sarah, dau. of William Dewhurst, 
of Chorley, co. L.ancastcr, who d. 29 Oct. 1851, by neither 
of whom he had issue. 

II. Alexander, 6. 1796 ; m. and had issue, 

1 William Seager, m. Miss Woodhouse. 

2 Kenneth, Civil Engineer, killed in a railway accident in 

3 Richard, Civil Engineer, to. his cousin, Eliza, dau. of 
A. Griffith, Esq. 

4 Alexander, CivU Engineer, killed in a railway accident 
in Canada. 

1 Mary, m. Mr. Scott, in Canada. 

III. David, b. 1799; d. 1802. 

IV. John, 6. 1804, went to Virginia as a planter, and d. unm. 

V. Daniel, h. 1807; (7. ISll. 

VI. Thomas, b. 1808; d. 1811. 

VII. Edwabd, now of Fawley Court. 

I. Sarah, b. 1797; d. unm. 

II. Margaret, m. A. Griffith, Esq. ; and d. 1375, leaving 

ni. Mary, 6. 1814; m. Mr. Barnard, of Greenock, Shipowner, 
and d. s. p. 1875. iv. Eliza. 

SertA'— Fawley Court, Henley-on-Thames, co. Buckingham ; 
Downbam Hall, Suffolk; and Newbie, Annan, N.B. 


Maceenzie, Thomas, Esq. of Ord, co. Ross, Vice- 
Lieut, and J.P. CO. Ross, and J.P. and D.L. co. 
Cromarty, b. Dec. 1797 ; m. 27 April, 1825, Anna 
Watson, 2nd dau. of James Fo'svler, Esq. of Raddery 
and Grrange, and has issue, 
I. Alexander Watson, late Capt. 9Ist regt., J.P. and D.L. 
CO. Ross, b. 31 Aug. 1827; to. 10 June, 1857, Angel 
Babington, dau. of the late Rev. Benjamin Peile, of Hat- 
field, Herts, and has issue, 1 Thomas Arthur, 6. 17 Sept. 
1859 ; 2 Alexander Francis, 6. 18 April, 1861 ; 1 Beatrice 
Anna, b. 28 Nov. 1863; 2 Anna Watson, b. 3 Jan. 1860. 

HincajJC. — This is a branch of the noble House of Sca- 

John Mackenzie, the first designated by the title " of Ord," 
was 3rd son of Thomas Mackenzie, of Keanloch-luichrart, and 
grandson of Kenneth Mackenzie, of Gilchrist, 4th son of Sir 
Kenneth Mackenzie, Baron of Kintail, by Agnes his wife, only 
dau. of Hugh, 8th Lord Lovat. He to. Lsabcl, dau. of Alex 
ander Cuthbert, of Drakies, by whom he had issue, four sons, 

I. John, his successor. 

II. Thomas, progenitor of the Mackcnzies of llighDeld. 





111. Gcorpte, m. Janet, ilaii. nf Mr. Linen, Minister at Fairn- 
bio, by whom he liad one son, 

Alexander, who went in the expedition to Darien, and 
afterwards returned to Jamaica. 
The eldest son, 

John Mackenzie, of Ord, m. Magdalene, dau. of William 
Frasor, of Culbokie, by whom he had issue a son, 

Thomas Mackenzie, of Ord, m. Mary, dau, of John 
Mackenzie, of Applecross, and had a son and successor, 

Alexander Mackenzie, of Ord, vi. Jean, dau. of John 
Mackenzie, of Ilighlield, by whom he had only one surviving 
.son, his successor, 

Thomas Mackenzie, of Ord, m. Anne, dau. of Sir Kenneth 
?Iackcnzie, Bart, of Scatwell, by whom he had issue one son 
and two daus., 

Alexander, his successor. 

F-lizabeth, m. Alexander Gillanders, Fsq. of Highncld. 

Abigail m. George Mackenzie, Esq. of Dundonald. 
The only son, 

Alexander Mackenzie, of Ord, m. Helen, dau. of Kiel 
Maclnnes, Esq. Collector of Taxes, Aberdeen, by whom hehad 
issue, two sons and four daus., 

I. Thomas, of Ord, his heir. 

II. Alexander, Capt. in the E. I. Co.'s native army. He in. 
Hannah, dau. of Jamos Frazer, Esq. of IjuUadrum, and tL 
in India, 15 June, 1837, having had issue, two sons and 
three daus., 

1 Alexander, in the army, m. a dau. of Col. Birch, who 
•was killed at the head of his regt. during the Indian 
Mutiny of 1857, and has four sons and three daus. 

2 Charles Archole, in the army. 

1 Helen, m. William Serlc, Esq. Registrar of the Supreme 
Court, Madras, and has four sons and three daus. 

2 Emilia, m. Thomas Davidson, Esq. of the Civil Service in 
India, and has one dau., Anne. 3 Anna. 

I. Anne, m. 1817, her cousin, Thomas Mackenzie, 2nd son 
of George Mackenzie, of Dundonald, and has issue, throe 
sons and two daus., 

1 George Alexander, Merchant in Ceylon, 5. 10 July, 1818 ; 
m. Louisa, dau. of Col. Stewart, of Ceylon. 

2 Thomas. 3 John Hope. 

1 Helen, m. Charles Henry Stewart, Esq., Puisne Judge, 
Ceylon. 2 Isabella. 

II. Jlargaret, m. John Maclean, Esq. of Grenada, by whom 
she has issue, one dau., Helen. 

III. Eliza. IV. Helen. 

Mr. Mackenzie d. 1820. 

Arms — Az., a stag's head cahossed or, within a bordure em- 
battled of the last. Crest — A dexter hand grasping a dagger 
in bend ppr. Mnttn — Sic itur ad astra. 

,SV«(.5— Ord House, near Beauly; and Corriemullie, near 
Garve, co. Koss. 


Mackenzie, Colin James, Esq. of Portmore, co. 
Peebles, J.P. and D.L., h. 19 Feb. 1835 ; s. his father 
1862 ; m. 1871, Catharine Alice, dau. of the late 
Samuel Wauchope, Esq. C.B., and has issue, four 

ILlllCittJC.— This is a branch of the House of Kintail, 
through Mackenzie of Gairloch {see Burke's Peerage and 

Alexander Mackenzie, Esq. of Portmore (son of Alexander 
Mackenzie, by Annabella his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Donald 
Bain, of TuUoch, and grandson of Kenneth, 6th Baron of 
Gairloch, by his 3rd wife Janet, dau. of John Cuthbert, of 
Castle Hill), m. Oct. 1760, Anne, dau. of Colin Mackenzie, 
F..sq. of Kilcoy, by Martha his wife, eldest dau. of Charles 
Fraser, Esq. of Inverallochy, and had issue, 

I. Colin, his heir. 

II. William, of Muirton, co. Enss, J.P. and D.L., W.S., h. 
1 Oct. 1780; 7)1. 1st, 6 July, ISOO, Mary, eldest dau. of 
James Mansfield, Esq. of Midmar, co. Aberdeen, by whom 
be had issue, 

1 Alexander, of Meikle Scatwell, J.P. and D.L., m. 1842, 
Marion Dalrymple, 2nd dau. of John Mansfield, Esq. of 
Midmar, and has had issue; 1 William G., dec; 2 John 
Mansfield W.S. ;,3 Alexander James; 4 Douglas Hay, 

dec; 5 George Vansittarl; 6 James Dalrymple. 

2 James Mansfield, deceased. 3 William (Rev.), M.A. 
4 Marion, m. Capt. De Lisle. 

He m. 2ndly, 9 April, 1821, Alice, eldest dau. of Andrew 
Wauchope, Esq. of Niddrie Marischal, Vice-Lieutenant co. 
Edinburgh, wliich lady d. s. p. 

III. Sutherland, of Edinburgh. 

IV. John, Banker, of Inverness, m. Mary Pierson, and had 
three sous and five daus. 


Alexander's eldest son, 

Colin Mackenzie, Esq. of Portmore, m. May, 1803, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Sir William Forbes, Bart, of Pitsligo, and dying 
Sept. 1830, left issue, 

I. William Forbes, late of Portmore. 

II. James Hay, m. Isabella, dau. of James Wedderburn, ;j 
Esq., and d. 186.5, having had Colin and other issue. 

III. John, m. Christina, dau. of John Mansfield, Esq. of 
Midmar, and had Capt. Colin and o her issue. 

IV. Sutherland, Lieut., lost at sea, 1812. 

V. George, E.I.C.S., d. s. p. 

VI. Charles Frederick, Bishop of the Zambesi, d. 31 Jan. 1802. 

I. Elizabeth, m. George Duadas, Esq. of Manor. 

II. Anne, d. unm. iii. Katherine, d. unm. ^ 
IV. Jane, d. unm. v. Louisa, m. William Wilson, Esq. ■ 
VI. Alice, m. Ven. Archdeacon Grabb. ■ 

The eldest son, 

William Forbes Mackenzie, Esq. of Portmore, J.P. and 
D.L., b. April, 1807; m, March, 1830, Helen Anne, dau. of 
Sir James Montgomery, Bart, of Stanhope, by the Lady Eliza- 
beth Douglas, his wife, dau. of Dunbar, 4th Earl of Selkirk, 
and dying 24 Sept. 186-2, left issue, a son, 

Colin James, now of Portmore. 

^rnis— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, az., a buck's head cabossed 
or, for Mackenzie; 2nd and 3rd, az., three frasers arg. ; in 
centre of shield a wolfs head ppr., for Bain. CreU-A. hand 
li'ilding a wreath of laurel ppr. il/r)Mo— Virtute et labore. 

^■((U— Portmore, Eddlustone, Peebleshirc. 


Mackenzie, Jajies TnoMSON, Esq., now of 

Kintail, co. Ross, and Glenrauick, co. Aberdeen, D.L. 

for Middlesex, m. 1819, Mary, 2nd dau. of Charles 

Du Pre Russell, Esq., JBengal Civil Service, and has, 

with other issue, an eldest son and heir, 

Allan Bdssell, to. 1874, Lucy Eleanora, eldest dau. of 

Duncan Davidson, Esq. of Tulloch Castle, co. Ross, by 

Mary, his 4th wife, eldest dau. of John Mackenzie, Esq., 

3rd son of Sir Hector Mackenzie, Bart, of Gairloch, and 

has issue. 

Mr. Mackenzie, who is only surviving son of GTeorge 
Mackenzie, Esq., by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
William Allan, Esq., purchased the barony of 
Kintail in 1869, from Mackenzie of Scaforth. 
Seats — Kintail, Lochalsh ; and Glenmuick, Aberdeen. 


Mackenzie, John Muneo, Esq. of Mornish, 
Island of Mull, J.P. cos. Lanark and Ai'gyll, son of 
the late John Mackenzie, Esq., D.L. and J.P. co. 
Ross (youngest son of John Mackenzie, of Letterewe, 
CO. Ross), b. 1819 ; w. 1816, Eliza, eldest dau. of 
the late Patrick Chalmers Wishaw, by whom he 
has issue. His eldest son, John Hugh, m. 1876, 
Jeanie Helen, 2nd dau. of Thomas Chalmers, Esq. 
of Mougcroft, Linlithgow. 

.Sca^s— Calgarry, Aros Mull, N.B. ; and Garrion Tower, 


Mackenzie, Roderick Grogan, Esq. of Flower- 
burn, CO. Ross, J.P. and D.L.,late 16th Lancers, 
Major in The Highland Rifle Militia, m. 1872, Eva 
IMary Marjory Erskine, 3rd dau. of Sir Evan 
Mackenzie, Bart, of Kilcoy, co. Ross, and has issue, 
two daus., 

Eva Georgina Lille. Alice Maude Harriet. 

ILt'uCiltJC. — The Maekenzies of Flowerburn arc a branch 
of the family of Mackenzie of Iktmadiithij. 

William Mackenzie, Esq., 1st of Belm.aduthy, eldest son of 
Alexander, 5th Baron of Gairloeli, by his second marriage 
with Isabel, dau. of Alexander Mackenzie, of Coul, m. Mary, 
dau. of James Cuthbert, of Drakies; his grandson, 

AVilliam Mackenzie, 3rd of Belmaduthy, m. for his 2nd 
wife, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, of Scatwell 
(sasine to her 1717), and their 2nd son, 

Roderick Mackenzie, was the 1st of Flowerburn, He m. 
Grace, dau. of Alexander Mackenzie, of Inchcoultcr, and was 
grandfather of 

Roderick Kilgour-^Tackexzie. ."rd of Flowerburn, m. Anne, 
dau. of John Grant, Esq. of Gleniuorriston. 





Roderick Mackenzie, Esq. 4th of Flowerburn Dingwall, 
rho m. Harriet, dau. of Col. Grogan, of Scafield, co. Dublin, 
Rd d. 1848, leaving Eodebick Geogan, now of Flowerburn, 
nd two daus., Elma, m. 1869, Major Macdonald Smith, Madras 
taff Corps ; and Georgina Adelaide,; m. 1867, Koderick 
lackenzie, Esq. of luncraig, co. Eoss. 

^«f<— Flowerburn House, by Fortrose, Koss-shire. Clubs — 
cutiish Conservative, and Junior Carlton. 

man armed ppr., conjointed in the centre at the upper part of 
the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred or, for 
MACLEOD of Lcioci ; 4th, az., a deer's head cabossed, inbordure 
five crescents arg. C«i-«— The sun in splendour ppr. Motto— 
Sine macula. 
(Seuf — Mountgerald House. 


Mackenzie, John, Esq. of Glack, co. Aberdeen, 
.. 21 March, 1795 ; m. 21 Oct. 1822, Margaret 
^ampbell, dau. of Thomas Pendrill, M.D., of Bath, 
lid by her (who d. at Sorrento, Naples, 7 June, 
855) has issue, 

I. Dc.NCAN Campbell (Kev.), Vicar of Shephall, Herts, 6. C 

Jan. 1824; m. 31 Jan. 1854, Louisa, dau. of late Lieut.- 

Col. NicoUs, of Chichester, 
n. John Pendrill, M. A. Oxford, 6. 7 Feb. 1S25; lii. 1st, 20Oct. 

1S59, Lucy Adelaide, dau. of late Gen. Thornton, who d. 

1870; and2ndly, 25 July, 1878, Caroline Maria, dau. of late 

J. H. Wottur, of Hamburg. 
:ii. Koderick Bain (Rev.), M.A. Exeter Coll. Oxford, Rector 

of Sudbrooke, co. Lincoln, b. 14 Sept. 1834 ; m. 10 Nov. 

1868, Josepha Peyton, elder dau. of late Richard Ignatius 

Robertson, Esq. of Devonshire Street, Portland Place, 


I. Margaret Campbell Pendrill. 

II. Mary. 

iliJirajC.— This family, claiming descent from a branch 
r the ancient family of Mackenzie of Kintail, derives imme- 
iately from 

ItoDEBicK Mackenzie, Esq. of Hilton and Brae, co. Ross, 
hiise 2nd son, 

The Rev. Colin Mackenzie, Minister of Fodderty parish, 
. 1707; in. 1754, his cousin, Mary MacKenzie, and by her 
.vlio d. 1828) had issue. His son, 

liiv. Donald Mackenzie, m. Mary Fyers, and had issue, 

I. Colin, Major (brevet) R.E., 6. 1793; m. 1838, Anne, Gth 
dau. of Thomas Pendrill, M.D., of Bath, and d. s. p. 18G9. 

II. John, now of Glack. 

Arn-A — Az., a stag's head caboshed or, between the attires 
dirk point downwards arg., hilted of the second. Crest — Two 

:mds grasping a two-handed sword in bend ppr. Motto — 

J ways be faithful. 
.Scats— Glack House, Aberdeen. 



Mackenzie, James Dixon, Esq. of Findon and 
lountgerald, co. Eoss, J. P. and D.L., Major half- 
'ay, late 79th Highlanders, h. 1830 ; m. 1858, Julia 
tauley, dau. of Samuel Clutsam, Esq., D.C.L., and 
as issue, 

I. James Kekneth Douglas, h. 1859, 

I. Ahce Nancy. 

II. Julia Marion. 

III. Louisa Augusta. 

IV. Lilian Geraldine. 
v. Evelyn. 

il in cage. —Colin Mackenzie, h. 1T45, Cud son of Sir 

cwis MacKenzie, 2nd bart. of Scatwell, co. Ross, by Isabel his 

ife, dau. of Colin MacKenzie, of Mountgerald, m. Janet Sprot, 
:id dying 1809, was buried in Bath Abbey. His .'^rd son, 

Major Lewis Mackenzie, 2nd R.N.E. Dragoons, m. 1820, 

:mcy, only child of S. Forester Bancroft, Esq., and d. 1853, 

aving issue, 

Lewis Mark, d. unm. 1856. 

Augustus Colin, <L v.nm. 1865. 

•fAMES Dixon, now of Findon and Mountgerald. 

I'mest Bancroft, d. unm. 1861. 

-Nancy Copley, m. T. A. Lister, Esq., Barrister, and had issue 
a dau.. Nancy. 

Julia Louisa, m. Baron Iver and Rosenkrantz, Chamber- 
lain to H.M. the King of Denmark, d. 1873, and has four 

-;■;-!.'!— Quarterly : Ist, az., a deer's head cabossed or, for 
iCiiENZii;; 2nd, a rock in flames ppr.: 3rd, three legs of a, 


See Burke's Peerage, Galloway, E. ; and BrRKs's 
Dormant and lExtinct Peerage, Seafoeth, E. 

See MuNEO of Teaninich. 


M'Keeeell, William, Esq. of Hillhouse, co. 
Ayr, J. P. cos. Ayr and Eenfrew, s. his cousin, Henry 
M'Kerrell, Esq. 1853 ; m. 1835, Charlotte Patullo, 
dau. of John Edward Wright, Esq. of Bolton-on- 
Swale, by Agues, dau. of John McKerrell, Esq. of 
Hillhouse, and sister and co-heiress of John Allan 
Wright, Esq., E.N. 

iliUCagC.— The M'Kekrells have long flourished in co. 

William M'Kekeel, of Hillhouse, m. 1577, Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Fullerton, of Dreghorn, by Helen, dau. of Sir J, 
Chalmers, of Gadgirth, and was s. by his son, 

William M'Kereel, of Hillhouse, whose name is among the 
witnesses to the marriage of James FuUarton, of that ilk, 1G24. 
His son, 

William M'Kerrel, of Hillhouse, appears in the retour, 
dated 1630, as proprietor of several lands in the parish of Dun- 
donald, and of Knock Gall, in the parish of Ochiltree. In 1636 
he is retoured heir to his father in the fifty-shilling lands of 
Godring, and of the Kemmoch land, and was s. himself at his 
decease by his son, 

William M'Keeeell, of Hillhouse, whose retour is dated 
1643, and who was s. by his brother, 

John M'Kerrell, of Hillhouse, who )». about 1670, Elizabeth 
Wallace, dau. of the Bishop of the Isles, and was father of 

John M'Kerrell, of Hillhouse, who ra. Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Fairlie, of Fairlie, by his wife, Jane, only dau. of the 
last Sir William Mure, of Rowallan, and had issue, Wiluam, 
John, Jean, and Elizabeth. He was s. by his eldest son, 

William M'Kerrell, of Hillhouse. This Laird ra. Mary 
Vaux, of French extraction, whose family sought refuge in 
this country from the persecution which followed the Revoca- 
tion of the Edict of Nantes. Her father was in holy orders, 
and one of the Canons of St. Paul's Cathedral. By this lady 
he had, with a dau., Elizabeth, two sons, William and John, 
He was s. by his elder son, 

William M'Kerrell, Esq. of Hillhouse, at whose decease, 
unm., the estates devolved on his brother, 

John M'Kerrell, Esq. of Hillhouse, who ra. Margaret, 
sister of William Fulton, Esq. of Park, co. Renfrew, and had 

I. William, his heir. 

II. John, in. 1st, 1794, Cecilia, dan. of William Harvey, 
Esq., M.D., of London, and by her (who d. 1801) had three 

1 John, who 7)!. Anna, dau. of Herbert Buchanan, Esq. of 
Arden, co. Dumbarton, and;/, leaving a dau., Joanna. 

2 Alexander, ra. Seraphina, dau. of William PenneU, Esq., 
Consul-Gcneral of Brazil, and d. in 1828. 

3 WiLLLAM, now of Hillhouse. 

He ra. 2ndly, Helen Stuart, sister of James Stuart, Esq. of 
Williamwood, by whom he had one son, Archibald, who d. 
nam. He d. 1837. 

III. Robert, m. Sabina Margaretha, dau. of Johann Christian 
Schulze, of Frankfort-sur-Maine ; and d. April, 1841, having 
had one son and two daus., 

1 Robert, &.27 July, 1804; m. 18 Dec. 1845, Emily Pauline, 
dau. of Major-Gen. Sir William Staveley, K.C.B., Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the army at Madras ; and rf. "25 Oct, 
1875, at his residence in Inverness Terrace, Hyde Park, 
leaving issue four sons and four daus., 

3 X 





Kobert Mure, h. 27 Sept. 1846. 

Kalph Stavelcy, b. 22 July, 1854. 

lieginald L'Estrange, 6. 5 March, 1860. 

Augustus de Segur, b. 28 Aug. 18G3. 

Henrietta Eliza Cathcart, m. 8 Dec. 1874, Henry Charles 

Adolphus Frederick William, Count Bentinck, Lieut.- 

Col. Coldstream Guards (see Bcekis'b Peerage, Poetland, 

D.), and has issue. 
Georgiana Louisa Margaret, m. 19 Sept. 1872, Sir Claude 

Champion de Crespigny, Bart, (sec Bukke's Peerage and 

Baronetage), and has issue. 
Letitia Augusta Sarah, m. 21 Dec. 1876, Henry Francis 

Brouncker, Esq. of Boveridge, Dorset (see Bkocncker 

of Boveridge). 
Emily Charlotte Theodosia. 

1 Margaret. 

2 Augusta, m. Count de Scgur, the French Charge d' Affaires 
at Frankfort-sur-Maine. 

'V. Fulton, m. 1st, his cousin-german, Elizaheth, dau. of 
FiUton, of Hartfield, but had no issue. He in. 2ndly, Mary, 
dau. of James M'Call, Esq. of Braehead, and had three 
daus., Sarah, m. 1843, Pliilip Charles Hirschfeld, Esq.; 
Margaret, d. xmm. ; and Mary, m. Donald Smith, Esq. of 
Glasgow. Mr. FuJton M'Kerrell d. 1840. 

I. Margaret, m. Moses Crawfurd, Esq. of Ncwfield, and had 
issue. - II. Mary. 

III. Elizabeth, m. Col. John Rcid, of the H.E.I.Co.'s service, 
and d. leaving a dau., Elizabeth M'Kerrell Reid, who m. 
James Campbell, Esq. of 'I'reesbank. 

IV. Jane, in. her cousin, Robert Fulton, of Hartfield, late 
Lieut.-Col. of the 79th foot. 

V. Marion, in. James Kibble, Esq. of Whiteford and Greenlaw 
House, CO. Renfrew. 

VI. Agnes, m. John Edward Wright, Esq. of Bolton-on-Swale. 

Mr. M'Kerrell d. 1811, aged 79, and was s. by his eldest son, 

William M'Kerkell, Esq. of llillhouse, who m. 1st, Miss 
Reid, sister of Robert Reid, Esq. of Adamton, but had no issue. 
He TO. 2ndly, Miss Gowan, by whom he had five sons and four 

I. John, his heir. li. Robert, d. in India. 

III. William, d. young. iv. Henut, heir to his brother. 

V. James, d. 1833. 

I. Janet. ii. Margaret, in. Major Craufurd, 44th regt. 

III. Anne, m. James lirown, Esq. of Edinburgh, and by him 
(who d. F'eb. 1804) left at her decease, 1832, 

1 James Adam, m. Madeline, 4th dau. of the Rev. Dr. Hill, 
Professor of Divinity in tlic University of Glasgow. 

2 John, m. E[izabeth, oldest dau. of William Eenney, Esq. 
of Dunevale, co. Dumfries, and has issue, 

3 Robert, a Merchant at Bombay, d. v.nm. 

4 William, Capt. Royal Artillery, m. 1862, Fanny, 3rd dau. 
of W. E. Lycett, Esq. of Bowdon Vale, co. Chester; she 
d. 18G5, leaving a dau., Annie Frances. 

1 Anne, m. Adam Hay-Gordon, Esq. of Avochie, co. Aber- 
deen, and has issue. 

2 Helen, in. the Rev. R. F. Colvin, late Presbyterian 
Chaplain at Bombay, and has issue. 

IV. Mary, d. unm. 

Mr. M'Kerrell d. 1821, and was s. by his eldest son, 
John M'Kerrell, Esq. of Hillhouse, Master of the Mint at 

Madras, d. v.nm. 1835, and was s. by his brother, 

Henry M'Kerrell, Esq. of Hillhouse, who d. s. j?. 1853, 

and was s. by his cousin, the present William M'Kerrell, 

Esq. of Hillhouse. 

Arms — Az., on a fess or, three lozenges gu. within a bordure 
engrailed arg. CreU — A Roman soldier on his march with 
standard and utensils all ppr. Mntto — Dulcis pro patria labor. 

/S'.di^Hillhouse, Dundonald, co. Ayr. 

Arms — Arg., on a chevron between a lion passant az. in 
chief and a raven in base of the second a tower of the first. 
Crest — A hand holding a dagger ppr. il/oWo— Lahore. 

Seal — Auchcncairn House, Castle Douglas, co. Kirkcudbright. 




Mackie, John Gi-adstone, Esq. of Aucliencairn 
House, CO. Kii'kcudbright, J.P., b. 20 July, 1854. 

HinragC— James Mackie, Esq. of Dailly, co. Ayr, des- 
cended from the family of SIcGhie, in. 1808, Margaret McBlain, 
who d. 1853. He d. 1849, and was s. by his son, 

Ivie Mackie, Esq. of Auchcncairn, who to. 1839, Agnes, 
dau. of John Gladstone, of Castle Douglas, and by her (who 
d. Sept. 1878) had issue, 

I. James Jodel, in. Constantia, dau. of T.^E. TMvelyan, Esq., 
and d. leaving an only dau., 

Constantia Florence, h. 1865. 

II. John Gladstone, now of Auchencaim. 

I. Elizabeth Gladstone, m. John James Fildis, Esq., and has 

II. Jessie McBlain, m. Thomas Fildis, Esq., and has issue. 

III. Jane Gladstone, m. E. W. Warner, Esq., and has issue. 
Mr. Mackie d. 1873. 

Mackie, John, Esq. of Bargaly, co. Kirkcud- 
bright, b. 1857. 

iLillCaflr. — The Mackies are a very old family in Galloway, 
being descended of the McKies of Larg, and got their lands, it 
is stated, from Robert Bruce. Several of the family have 
represented the county in ParUament. 

James Mackie, Esq. of Bargaly (son of John Mackie, Esq., 
by Margaret Murray his wife), m. Ann McCaw, and was father 

John Mackie, Esq. of Bargaly, in the Stewartry of Kirkcud- 
bright, J. P. and D.L., M.P. for co. Kirkcudbright, in. 1817, 
Anne, eldest dau. of Peter Laurie, Esq. of Ernespie, and had 
issue three sons, James; Peter Laurie; and John; the last 
two d. young. The elder son, 

James Mackie, Esq. of Bargaly, BI.P., Advocate at the 
Scottish Bar, M.A., J.P. and D.L. Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, 
6. 18 May, 1821; to. 1853, Jane AVilson, only dau. of Archibald 
Home, Esq. of Balvarran, co. Perth; and d. 28 Dec. 1867, 
leaving four sons and five daus., . 

John, now of B.argaly. Peter Laurie. 

James Archibald. William Murray. 

Anne Laurie. 

Agnes, m. Oct. 1877, John\Yilliam Huchison, Esq. of Eding- 

ham, CO. Kirkcudbi'ight. 
Margaret Preston. 
Eliza Nina. 

Arms — Arg., in chief a lion passant az., and in base two 
ravens pendent from an arrow fessways sa. Crest — A raven 
ppr. Motto — Lahore. 

&'f'(s— Bargaly ; Ernespie ; and Glencaird ; all in the 
Stcwartiy of Kirkcudbright. 


MACKINNON, William Alexander, Esq., M.A,, 
of Acryse Park, Kent, and Belvedere, Broadstairs, 
J.P. and D.L., late M.P. for Lymington, b. 4 Oct. 
1813 ; m. 27 April, 1846, Margaret Sophia, dau. of 
Francis Willes, Esq., by Caroline his -wife, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Whichcote, Bart., and has, with other 

Francis ALEXA^rDEE. 

Mr. Mackinnon is Chief of tlie Clan Mackinnon, in 
the Western Islands of Scotland. 

ILinr?t(IC« — On the forfeiture of the last Lord of the Isles, 

and in the disturbances which continued during the following 
century, the name of Sir Lauchlan Mackinnon occurs very 
frequently, and he appears to have been a man of consideration. 

In 1G51, Lachlan Mackinnon, of Stratherd, Isle of Skyc, 
Chief of Mackinnon, was made Knight Banneret by Charles H. 
on the field of Worcester. He left a son, Daniel Mor Mac- 
kinnon, Chief of the Clan, who left, with other issue, Daniel 
Mackinnon (youngest son), who quitted his home on account 
of a quarrel with his father in the hunting-field, and emigrated 
to Antigua, where he purchased some plots of land, and took 
a very conspicuous part in politics, particularly in the affair of 
Governor Parke. He in. the sister of Col. Thomas, and d. 
March, 1720, in his 62nd year, having had, with a dau., Eliza- 
beth, m. — Carlisle, Esq., and two younger sons, George and 
Samuel, an eldest son and heir, 

William Mackinnon, Esq. of Antigua, who obtained a grant 
and patent of the great salt lake of Antigua, and served with 
distinction in the legislature of the island. He was heir-at-law 
to Lord Lavington, the then Governor of the island. He m. a j 
dau. of Lieut. -Gov. Yeamans, of Antigua, and d. at Bath, 1767, i 
aged 70, when he was s. by his son, 

William Mackinnon, Esq. of Antigua, and Binfield, Berks, 
who 9)1. 1768, Louisa, 2nd dau. and co-heir (with her sisters, 
Caroline, in. Major Dewar, and Elizabeth, m. Count Dupont) oi 
James Vernon, Esq., son of Henry Vernon, Esq. of Hilton, CO. 
Stafford, and by her (who d. 1810) had issue, 

1. William, who m. Miss Frye, and d. in early life, leaving 
two sons and two daus., 





1 WiLtiAM Alexander, late Chiof of the clan. 

2 Daniel, Col. of tlie CoUistrcain Guards, of which corps ho 
has written a history. He m. a dau. of John Dent, Esq., 
and d. s. p. 22 June, 183G. 

1 Harriet, m. Rev. Nassau Molesworth, D.D., Bector of 
iioehdale, and has issue. 

2 Louisa, m. 1S12, U. Garden, Esq. ; and d. s. p. 
II. D.aniel, of Binfield, Berks, Barristcr-at-Law, m. 1806, 

llaehel Yeamans, youngest dau. and eventually heiress of 
(Japt. Eliot, 47th regt. (son of Samuel Eliot,* Esq. of Sanger, 
CO. Kirkcudbright, and also of Antigua), and d. 30 Jan. JSSO, 
having had issue, 

1 William Henry, d. s. p. 1824. 

2 Edmund, B.A., late of the 2nd Life Guards, m. 8 May, 
1849, Sclina Arabella, youngest dau. of Joseph Moore 
Boultbee, Esq. of Springlicld, co. Warwick, by Lady Eliza- 
beth Margaret Townshend his wife, 3rd dau. nf George, 2nd 
Marquess Townshend, and has surviving issue, Kanald 
Edmund EUot, 6. 8 Sept. 1852; Hubert Edmund; Eose 
Vernon ; Selina Lucinda ; and Margaret. 

S Daniel Henry, B..\., Major, late ICth Lancers, of 105, 
Belgrave Road, London, formerly of Binfield, Berks, b. 
18 Sept. 1813; m. 12 Oct. 1847, Caroline, youngest dau. of 
the Hon. Baron Dimsdale, of Camficld Park, Herts, and 
has issue, Donald Hilaro Ouseley Dimsdale, 6. 8 Nov. 
1848; Alan Murray, 6. 19 April, 1S60; Finetta Sydney; 
and Annie Lucinda. 

1 Louisa Rose, m. 29 Nov. 1852, John Baker Graves, Esq., 
Ceylon Civil Service, deceased, 
in. George (Rev.), d. $. p. 1841. 

IV. Henry, of the Coldstream Guards, Major-Gcncral in the 
army, a most gallant and distinguished officer, who fell at 
Ciudad Rodrigo, 19 Feb. 1812, and to whom a tablet has 
been erected by the country in St. Paul's Cathedral. Gen. 
Mackinnon had m. Catlierine, youngest dau. of Sir John 
Call, Bart., and left by her (who m. 2ntUy, 17 March, 1814, 
Andrew Redmond Prior, Esq.) two sons, 

1 George, Lieut. -Col. in the army, late of the Grenadier 

2 Donald Henry Aylmer, Capt. in the 68th regt. 

I. Louisa, m. Henry Barnes, Esq. of the Fort, co. Hereford, 
and left issue. 

II. Frances, m. John Keenan, Esq., and left a dau., Louisa, 
in. Harriet, 'in. George Watts, Esq., and left issue. 
IV. Elizabeth, d. unm. in France. 

Mr. Mackinnon d. 1809 (was buried at Binfield), and was s. by 
his grandson, 

William Alexander Mackinnon, Esq. of Mackinnon, J. P. 
and D.L., M.P. for Rye, b. 2 Aug. 1789; m. 3 Aug. 1812, 
Emma, dau. and sole heiress of Joseph Palmer, Esq. of Rush 
House, CO. Dublin, and Palmerstown, co. Mayo, and by her 
(who U. 1835) had issue, 

I. William Alexander, now of Acryse Park. 
' II. Lauchlan Bellingham, Capt. R.N., late M.P. for Rye, 6. 
21 April, 1815; m. 9 Aug. 1842, Augusta, dau. of John 
Entwisle, Esq. of Foxholes, M.P. for Rochdale, and has 
issue, 1 Lauchlan; 2 San Lorenzo; 3 William; 4 Falkland; 
5 Reginald; 6 Duncan; and 1 Ellen. 
' m. Daniel Lionel, Col. Coldstream Guards, killed at Inker- 
man ; m. Charlotte Lavinia, dau. of Sir Dudley Hill, and 
had issue. 

1. Emma Mary, m. the Due de Gramont. 

n. Louisa Harriet, m. 1847, Thomas, 11th Earl of Dundonald. 

III. Flora Elizabeth. 

He d. 30 April, 1870. 

j<r)ni— Quarterly : 1st, vert, a bnar's head conped, holding 
in the mouth a shin bone arg., for Macki.n.non ; 2nd, az., a 
tower triple-towered arg., for SIacleod; 3rd, or, a galley gu. ; 
4th, arg., a man's arm couped below the wristfrom the sinister 
ppr., holding a cross-crosslet fitchee sa., for Macdonald. Crest 
—A boar's head erased holding in the mouth the shank-bone 
ofadeerppr. Motto — Audentesfortunajuvat; also, Cuimhnich 
has Alpin. Supporters — Dexter, a lion; sinister, a leopard; 
both ppr. 

Sw!.— Belvedere.nearBroadstairs; and Acryse Park, near 


Mackintosh, Alfred Donald, Esq. of Mactin- 
tosli, Cliief of the Qan Cliattan, J.P., h. 2-i June, 
1851, Lieut. 7lst Highland Light Infantry. 

iLinCajJC— The family of Mackintosh, into which Eva, 
only dau. and heiress of Dougal Phaol, Captain of tue 
Clan Chattas, m. 1292, is deduced from Shaw or Sheagh, 
2nd son of Duncan McDuff, the 2nd of that name, and 3rd 
Earl of Fife. This Shaw or Sheagh being sent by King 

* Samuel Eliot, Esq.. left, besides his son, Capt. Eliot, three 
daus., of whom Ehzabcth, m. 1781, Thomas, 22nd Lord Le 
Dcspencer; and Alicia, m. WUliam, 15th Earl of Erroll. 

Malcolm IV., in the year 1163, to repress a rebellion in 
Morayland, which he effected in a most signal manner, was 
rewarded with the Constabulary of the Castle of Inverness, 
and from his residence among the people of the country who 
spoke the Gaelic only, was called Mac-in-tosh-ich, that is tc 
say. Thane's son, or the principal and first man in dignity in 
the country, and so became the first of the name, and tlie 
progenitor of a long line of Chiefs, as is very obvious from 
the present one being the 20th Chief of that name, and 21st of 
the Clan Chattan. Two of the chiefs had the honour of knight- 
hood; Lachlan, the 17th Laird, who was knighted by King 
Charles, and was made a Knight of the Bedchamber ; and 
^neas, the 23rd Laird, who was created a Baronet by 
George III. 

Willlam Mackintosh, of that ilk, eldest son and heir of 
Angus and Eva his wife, heiress of the Clan Chattan, was 
designed Captain of the Clan Chattan, and added to the 
ancient armorial bearings of the family, " Or, a lymphad sa.," 
for Clan Chattan. He was first of this family who had posses- 
sion of the barony of Moy, and had also, from John Pilmore, 
Bishop of Murray, a new lease of Rothiemui-chus, dated 
19 March, 1347. His son, 

Malcolm Mackintosh (heir to his nephew) joined the Lord 
of the Isles, and was one of the chief commanders at the battle 
of Harlaw, 1411, and for his services that day got confirmed to 
him the right and possession of the lands of Glenroy and 
Glenspean in Brae-Loehaber, &c. In 1428, he was appointed 
by King James I. Constable and Keeper of the Castle of Inver- 
ness, which he nobly defended the same year against Alexander, 
Earl of Ross, who besieged it. From him derived in direct 

Sir Lacchlan Mackintosh, made by King James VI. 
heritable Steward of Lochaber, and appointed by him one of 
the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to his son, Prince Charles. 
He m. 1612, Agnes, dau. of John Grant, of that ilk, and d. 22 Juno, 
1622, aged 29, leaving, with a dau., Isabel, m. Alexander Rose, 
son to the tutor of Kilravock, three sons, i. William, his heir; 
II. Lauchlan, who »i. Isabel, dau. of Graham of Claypots, by 
whom he had one son, Lauchlan, who (?. young, and two daus., 
Margaret, m. Hector Mackenzie, of Assint, and Isabel, m. 
William Macpherson, of Noid; iii. Angus, of Daviot, 6. 1616; 
rn. 1st, Jean, dau. of Robert Gordon, of Tillifrosky, and relict 
of Gordon of Sachin; and 2ndly, Marjory, only dau. of John 
Robertson, of Inshes; by the latter only he had issue (witli 
three daus., Elspeth, Janet, and Jean), two sons, 

I. Lauchlan, of Daviot, his heir, who m. 1687, Anne, dau. of 
Colin Mackenzie, of liedc;istle, and had three sous 

1 William, his heir, of whom hereafter, 

2 Angus, successor to his brother. 

3 Alexander, «!. and had issue. 
n. Angus, d. 1G59. 

Sir Lauchlan was s. by his eldest son, 

William Mackintosh, of that ilk, a stanch adherent of 
Charles I. He m. Margaret, dau. of Graham of Fintry, 
and by her had, with two daus., Elizabeth, m. Alexander 
Farquharson, of Invercauld, and Jean, m. Andrew Spalding, 
Baron of Ashintillie, two sons, Lauchlan, his heir, and 
William. The Laird d. 22 Nov. 16G0, aged 47, and was *. by 
his elder son, 

Lauchlan Mackintosh, of that ilk, who m. 1st, Magdalene, 
only dau. of Lindsay, of Edzell ; and 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Sir 
George Monro, of Cubrain, and relict of Donald, Master of 
Reay. By the former he had one son, Lauchlan, his heir; 
and by the latter a dau., Christian. He d. 9 Dec. 1704, and 
was s. by his son, 

Lauchlan Mackintosh, of that ilk, who joined in the rising 
of 1716. He ra. Anne, dau. of Duff, of Drummuir, but d. s. p. 
1731, when the representation and chieftainship devolved upon 
his kinsman, 

William Mackintosh (eldest son and heir of Lauchlan 
Mackintosh, of Daviot), who thereupon became Laird of 
Mackintosh, and Captain of the Clan Chattan. He m. Christian, 
dau. of Sir Alexander Menzies, Bart., by Christian his wife, 
dau. of Lord Neil Campbell, but dying s.p. 1741, was s. by his 

Angus, or .SS.veas MACKiNTosn, of that ilk, a military officer, 
who Jii. Anne, dau. of John Farquharson, of Invercauld, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Lord James Murray, of Dowally, 
son of John, 1st Marquess of Atholl, and was s. by 

Sir iENEAS Mackintosh, of Mackintosh, created a bart. by 
George III. ; he m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Ludovick Grant, 
Bart, of Dalvey. By this Chief the remaininfr portion of the 
estates were entailed, and were eventually inlierited by Sir 
Eneas' kinsman, 







The Hon. Angus Mackintosh, a Member of the Legislative 
Council of Upper Canada, son of Duncan Mackintosh, Esq. of 
IJaviot, by his wife Ann Dallas, of Cantray. He s. his brother 
Alexander as Chief of the Clan Mackintosh 1827. He m. 1784, 
Archange St. Martin, niece of Major-Gen. Macomb, Com- 
inander-in Chief of the army of America, and by her (who d. 
1 1 July, 1827) had issue, 

I. Duncan, d. unm. 1824. 

II. Alexander, of Mackintosh. 

IH. iEneas, of Daviot House, Inverness, J.P. and D.L., b. 
12 June, 1812; m. 1st, 1843, Mary, dan. of Alexander 
McLeod, Esq. of DaWey, which lady d. 1848 ; and 2ndly, 
11 March, 1851, Louisa Fanny Sybella. dau. of Major 
Alexander MacLeod and Louisa Browne, his wife, and has 

1 Alexander, b. 27 Dec. 1851. 

2 Amos Henry, b. 14 Nov. 1854; deceased. 

3 Duncan Houstoun, b. 3 Feb. 1849. 

4 Lewis, b. 2 July, 1856; deceased. 

1 Mary Marion. 2 Louisa Caroline Campbell. 

3 Charlotte Eva. 4 Alexandra Graham. 

IV. James St. Martin, m. and has issue. 

I. Anne, m. Col. H. J. Hunt. 

II. Archange, to. Col. Claudius Shaw, R.A. 

III. Isabella, m. Lieut. Felix Troughton, R.A. 

IV. Jane. v. Catharine. 

VI. Margaret, m. Major Angus M'Intyre. vii. Eliza. 
VIII. Sarah, m. Alexander Colvin, Esq. ix. Christiana. 

The Hon. Angus Mackintosh d. 25 Jan. 1833, and was s. by 
his son, 

Alexander Mackintosh, of Mackintosh, Chief of the Clan 
Chattan, J.P. and D.L., b. 23 Aug. 1787 ; m. 1st, 29 Dec. 1812, 
Mary, 6th dau. of John Glass, Esq. of Minorca, which lady d. 
1840 ; and 2ndly, 18 Oct. 1842, Charlotte, 5th dau. of Alex- 
aader MacLeod, Esq. of Dalvey, by whom he had issue, 

Alexander JEneas, late of Mackintosh. 

Alfred Donald, now Chief of the Clan. 

JEneas Norman, 6. 18 May, 1854. 

Marion Charles, deceased. 

Mary Archange. Isabella Ann. 

This Chief, who s. his father, 26 Jan. 1833 ; d. 1861, and was 
s. by his eldest son, 

Alexander ^neas Mackintosh, of Mackintosh, Chief of the 
Clan, J.P. and D.L., Capt. of the Mackintosh Company of 
KiBe Volunteers, b. 7 Aug. 1847 ; d. 17 Dec. 1875, and was s. 
by his brother, now of Mackintosh. 

Arms — Quarterly : 1st, or, a lion rampant gu. : 2nd, arg., a 
dexter hand fesswise couped at the wrist and holding a man's 
heart gu.; 3rd, az., a boar's head couped or; 4th, or, alymphad 
oars in saltire sa. Crest — A cat-a-mountain salient guardant 
ppr. Supprtrtais — Two wild cats ppr. Motto — Touch nut the 
cut, but a glove. 

Seats — Moy Hall ; and Dunachton, Inverness. 

Note.— The late Sir James Mackintosh, the distinguished 
writer, was descended from the Killachy branch of the Mackin- 

II. Marion Murray. 


Mackintosh, Eneas, Esq. of Balnespick, co. 
Inverness, J.P. and D.L., i. 26 Sept. 1810 ; on. June, 
1858, Isabel, dau. of J. Barker, Esq. of Berkeley 
Street, Portman Square, and has issue, 

I. William Lachlan, 6. Aug. 1859. 

II. George, 6. Aug. 18C0. 
1. Isabel. 

ILfUCatlC. — William Mackintosh, Esq. of Balnespick (son 
of Lachlan Mackintosh, of Balnespick, and his wife Anne 
Mackintosh, of Mackintosh), m. 1802, Emily, dau. of William 
Chisholm, of Chisholm, and by her (who d. 1850) had issue, 

Eneas, now of Balnespick. George Gordon, Bengal C.S. 

William Lachlan, Bengal Military Service. 

Anne, m. Col. Greenwood, K.A., C.B, 


Mr. Mackintosh d. 1870. 

Arras— See Mackintosh of MacKntosh. 
/Sca(— Balnespiclc, Inverness. Town Residence— 'Ko. 9, Hyde 
Park Square, W. 


Mackintosh, Charles Hills, Esq. of Dalmunzie, 
CO. Perth, b. 14 Eeb. 1808 ; m. Henrietta, dau. of 
John Yallack, Esq. of Kingsand, co. Cornwall, and 
has issue, 

I. Helen Galloway. 

II. Cecilia Eliza. 

ICtlTCJtflC. — The family of Mackintosh ultimately spread 
into nine branches, of which the fourth (sprung from a younger 
son of Shaw, 4th Laird, circa 1220) settled in Glen Tilt, co. 
Perth, and subsequently exchanged that property for the 
present possession of Dalmunzie, where they seem for a long 
series of years to have considered themselves altogether inde- 
pendent of the main stock ; for 

Duncan Mackintosh, of Dalmunzie, who s. 1595, was the 
first who, in 1599, gave a bond of man-rent and following to 
the Laird of Mackintosh. His grandson, 

Patrick Mackintosh (circa 1650), m. Margaret Robertson, 
of the Robertsons of Atkoll, and by her had a son, 

John Mackintosh, who s. him. His son, 

Lachlan Mackintosh, m. Margaret Murray, grand-dau. ot 
David Freebairn, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of Scotland. 
Their son, 

John Mackintosh, &. 1726, d. 1790, having m. Elizabeth 
Galloway, of the House of Galloway, Viscount Dunkeld, 
attainted in 1688-89. He left several children, of whom the 
eldest son, 

Lachlan Robert Mackintosh, succeeded. He was h. Aug. 
1761, and d. May, 1821 ; having had by his wife, Elizabeth 
(only child of Capt. Clement Newell), d. 19 March, 1815, two 
sons and two daus. He was s. by his eldest son, 

Lachlan John Mackintosh, of Dalmunzie, b. 6 Aug. 1794; 
m. Harriet, dau. of Capt. Atkinson ; slie d. 25 Aug. 1846, .s. p. : 
he d. 9 Nov. 1807, and was s. by his cousin, Charles Hills 
Mackintosh, the present representative. 

Ar7ns, Crest, and AfoJ/o — Same as Mackintosh o/Jlfactinfn."//, 
except the 4th quarter, which is, or, a lymphad sa. the four 
oars in the water. 

Seats — Mordcn Hall, Torquay, Devon; and Cawsand House, 
Rame, Cornwall. 



See Peaed. 


See Peaed. 


McKiEDT, John G-eegoey, Esq. of Birkwood, 
CO. Lanark, J.P. and D.L., b. 2 April, 1806 ; m. Ist, 
22 June, 1841, Augusta, eldest davi. of Capt. James 
Bradshaw, R.N., M.P. for Brackley, co. North- 
ampton, which lady d. 1865, and 2ndly, 1873, 
Clementina, dau. of Sir Norman Macdonald Lock- 
hart, 3rd hart, of Lee and Carnwath. 

ILtlttagf. — The McKiRDYS or MaKurerdts, formerly 
belonged to the "Tribes" who possessed the Western Islands 
of Scotland, long under the crown of Sweden and the Lords 
of the Isles. This family were the principal possessors of the 
Island of Bute at a very early period. Subsequently James 
IV., in 1489, leased the Crown property in Bute, which, in 
1503, was feud in one general charter, of the 30th Parliament, 
to the MaKurerdys, Bannochtynes, Stewarts, and others, 
the greatest portion being assigned to the MacKurerdys. 
This descended down to 

Robert MaKdiierdy nf Kerrymanach and Luhas, who in, 
1725, Janet, dau. of Donald Eraser, Esq., and widow of M'Kay, 
of Garrachty, and had two sons, 

William, d. s.p. John, of whom presently. 

Robert MaKurerdy was drowned crossing from Ireland, ana 
was s. by his 2nd son, 

John McKirdt, to. 1760, Grace, dau. of Robert MacGregor, 
Esq., and had issue, Alexander, d. unm., 1805; John, his 
heir ; and two daus. He d. 1810, and was s. by his 2nd son, 

John McKirdt, Esq. of Birkwood, b. 14 July, 1764; m. 1802, 
Mary, eldest dau. of David Elliot, Esq. of Liddlesdale, by Susan 
his wife, dau. of Robert Bogle, Esq., and by her (who d. 1847) 
had issue, 

John Geecort, now of Birkwood. 

Charles Clark, J.V.,b. 1811. 

David Elliot, J. P., Gen. in the army, and Col. 69th regt, 

Mary Wood, d. 1858. 

Susan, m. Andrew Scott, Esq.; and d. 1853. 

Mr. McKu-dy d. 3 Feb. 1835. 






Arms— Per fcss arg. and sa. in chief a martlet of the second, 
and in base a fir tree giowinfc out of a mount surmounted of a 
sword bendways dexter, supporting by its point an antique 
crown or. Crest— A demi-wyvern displayed ppr. Motto— Viea 
ct mon pays. 

&a£— iiirliwood, near Lcsmahago, co. Lanark. 


Maciachlan, Eobket, Esq. of Strathlachlan, or 
Maclachlan, co. Argyll, J. P. and D.L., formerly 
Convener of the co., w. 1843, Helen C. Carruthers, 
dau. of William A. Carruthers, Esq. of Dormont, 
CO. Dumfries. 

ILt'llCilSf.— The Clan Lachlan, or Maclachlan, of wlxch 
Maclachlan of Maclachlan, or Strathlachlan, is the chief, is 
one of great antiquity in co. Argyll, possessing the barony of 
Strathlachlan, in Cowall, and other extensive possessions in 
the parishes of Glassrie and Kilmartin, which were separated 
from the main seat of the family by the arm of the sea, called 
Loch Fine. 

The ancestor of the family, and from whom the clan takes 
its name, was Lachlan Mok, who lived in the 13th century, 
and whose son, Gillespie, or AncniBALD, appears on record as 
in possession of the lands of Strath, or Strathlachlan, and 
which have remained in the family ever since. 

From Lachlan Mor, the 13th in descent, 

Archibald Maclachlan, of Strathlachlan, was served heir 
to his father, IG Jan. 16G3, and obtained, 11 Sept. 1030, a Crown 
charter, erecting his whole lands into a free barony, called the 
barony of Strathlachlan, and appointing the manor place of 
Castle Lachlan, in Kilbride, to be the principal messuage of 
the barony. He in. the eldest dau. of Campbell of Lochneill, 
and was s. by his son, 

Lachlan Maclachlan, of Strathlachlan, m. 1st, Janet, dau. 
of Wallace, of Inglcston ; and 2ndly, Florence Campbell, 
relict of John Macdonald, of Largie; and by the former had 
two sons, Lachlan, his heir; and Robert, of Kilbride. The 

Lachlan Maclachlan, of Strathlachlan, was served heir to 
his father 23 Sept. 1719. He m. Mary, dau. of Robert Stewart, 
<'f Appin, and had issue a son, Robert, and a dau., Elizabeth. 
He was killed at the battle of Culloden, and s. by his only son, 

Robert Maclachlan, of Strathlachlan, who received a 
charter of his lands 12 Feb. 1747. lie m. a dau. of Campbell, 
of Airds, and was s. by his son, 

Donald Maclachlan, of Strathlachlan, to. Susanna, dau. 
of Colin Campbell, of Park, and d. 1817, having had issue, 

Robert, his heir, and present representative. 
John, d. young. 
George, m. and has issue. 
Harriet, in. Col. Campbell, of Po5sile. 

Ellen, r,i. William Frederick Carruthers, Esq. of Dormont, 
CO. Dumfries, J. P. and D.L., late Scots Greys. 
Amelia, m. Mungo Campbell, Esq. of Ballimore. 
Collina, m. Col. Hagart. 

i<rms— Quarterly : 1st, or, a lion rampant gu. ; 2nd, arg., a 
dexter hand fessways couped gu. holding a cross pattec 
sa. ; 3rd, or, a galley sails furled and oars in saltire sa. sea 
flags gu. ; 4th, arg. on a sea in base a salmon naiant ppr. 
Crest — A castle triple towered. 

iSeot— Strathlachlan, co. Argyll. 


McLagan, Petee, Esq. of Pumplierston, co. 
Linlithgow, M.P. for that co., J. P. for the cos. of 
Edinburgh and Linhthgow, and D.L. co. Linlith- 
gow. Mr. McLagan is last surviving son of Peter 
McLagan, Esq. of Pumpherston, Mid-Calder; he 
m. 1876, Elizabeth Ann, dau. of George Taylor, 
Esq. of Headingley, Leeds, and widow of John 
Henry Taylor, Esq. of Kavensdeane, Hudders field. 
Mr. McLagan is a Member of the Council of the 
University of Edinburgh, a Koyal Commissioner 
to inquire into the Law relating to the " Landlords' 
Eight of Hypothec in Scotland," and a Fellow of 
the Eoyal Society of Scotland. 

Arms — Or, two chevrons sa. within a bordure gCU Crcsi — A 
mortar-piece, or. il/o«o— Superba irango. 
Heat — Pumpherston, Mid-Calder. 


Maclaixe, Murdoch Gillian, Esq. of Lochbuy, 
CO. Argyll, late Gtli Dragoon Guards (the Cai-a- 
bineers), J.P. and D.L., Chief of the Clan, b. 1 Sept. 
1845 ; m. 17 June, 1800, Catherine Marian, youngest 
dau. of Salis Schwabc, Esq. of Glyngarth, Anglesey, 
and has issue, 

I. Kathleen Emilie, 6. 27 Feb. 1S70. 

II. IMabcl Julia, b. 18 Nov. IS'2. 

III. Edith Jane, b. 27 July, 1877. 

iLfllCittJf' — The surname of Maclean was originally Mae- 
gillean, and was derived from the celebrated Highland warrior 
(the progenitor of the family) Gillean, who was denominated 
Gillean-ni-Tuiodh, from his ordinary weapon, a battle-axe (in 
Gaelic, Tuiodh), which his descendants wear to this day in 
their crest, betwixt a laurel and a cypress branch. 

Gilleoin, or Gillean, a man of rank and distinction of the 
reign of King Alexander 111., fought under that monarch at 
the battle of Largs. He d. before 1300, leaving a son, Gillise 
MacGilloin (or son of Gilloin), which became the surname of 
the family. He served under King Robert Bruce at Rannock- 
burn, and dying some time before that Prince, left a son, 

GiLLicoLSi MacGilloin, who s. him, and d. in the reign of 
King David Bruce. He was father of 

EoiN DuiDH, or Black John, who was settled in the Isle of 
Mull, where he held large possessions, particularly the lands 
of Dowart. He d. in the reign of Robert II., and left two 
sons, Lauchlan-Lubanich, and Ecchan, or Hector Rlganach, 
but which was the elder cannot be positively ascertained. 
The former was ancestor of the Macleans of Morvaren, 
Barts. ; the latter, 

Hector Reganach MacGillon, lived in the reigns of 
Robert If. and 111., and held considerable lands in the Isle of 
Mull, particularly in the barony of Lochbuy. From him 
descended, in the direct male line, 

John BIoir Maclean, of Lochbuy, " a man of great courage 
and magnanimity," in great favour with King James VI. He 
?/i. a dau. of Macdonald, Lord of the Isles, and by her had two 
sons, Hector, his heir; and Charles, progenitor of the Mac- 
leans of Tapull, from whom derived Sir Alexander Maclean, 
of Ottar. The son and heir. 

Hector Maclean, of Lochbuy, m. a dau. of John Gorui 
Campbell, of Lochnell, and was f.Uher of 

Hector Owr Maclean, of Lochbuy, m. a dau. of Laiichlan 
More Maclean, of Dowart, and d. about 1623, leaving two 
sons, Murdoch Moir, his heir; and Lacchlan Moib, successor 
to his brother. The elder, 

Murdoch Moir Maclean, of Lochbuy, served heir to his 
father 23 Feb. 1630 ; to. a dau. of Lord Breadalbane, but dying 
s. 21- was s. by his brother, 

Laughlan Moir Maclean, of Lochbuy, served heir to his 
brother 12 April, 1663. He ra. a dau. of MacLean, of Torloisk. 
and had three sons, Murdoch Gig, m. a dau. of Sir Hugli 
Campbell, of Calder; John, m. a dau. of Macdougal, of Lorn ; 
and Hector. Lauchlan d. in the end of the reign of King 
Charles II., and his two elder sons having predeceased hiai 
s. p., was s. by his youngest and only surviving son. 

Hector Maclean, of Lochbuy, m. Margaret, dau. of Camp- 
bell of Lochnell, and (with four daus.) had four sons, 

Murdoch, his heir, m. Anne, dau. of Sir Hugh Campbell, of 
Calder, and had four daus. The eldest was to. to Donald 
Campbell, of Airds, but d. without male issue, 1727. He 
was A', by his brother, 

John, who ra. a dau. of Macdougal, of Lorn, and had a son, 
Lauchlan, m. a dau. of Macdougal, of Lorn, by whom he 
had, with a dau., a son, Hector, who d. uniii, soon alter his 

Allan, who m. and had several sons, all of whom predeceased 
him, except John, who s. to Lochbuy on the death, unm., 
of his kinsman. Hector. This John m. a dau. of Don.ild 
Maclean, of Browlas, and sister of Sir Alan JlaclcMn, of 
Morvern, and by her had (with two daus., Isabella and 
Catherine) a son, Archibald. 

Lauchlan, whose descendant now represents the family. Th.'s 

Lacchlan Maclaine, to. Flora, dau. of Macquarie of Chu, 
and, with other issue, was father of 

Murdoch Maclaine, ra. 14 Feb. 17SG, Jane, dau. of John 
Campbell, Esq. of Airds, and sister of Sir John Campbell, 
Bart, of Ardnamurchan, and had issue, 

Murdoch, of Lochbuy. 

John, 6. 1792, killed in action in Ceylon, 14 Jan. ISIS. 
Jane. Margaret. Flora. Elizabeth. PhODbC. 

Catherine. Henrietta. Mary. Jane-Jarvis. 






The eldest son, 

MraoocH Maclatne, Tsri. of Lochbuy, b. 1 Aug. 1791, J. P. 
and D.L., m. 7 April, 1813, Christian, eldest dau. of Donald 
Slaclcan, Esq., and d. 20 Aug. 1844, leaving issue, 

Murdoch, d. 7 Aug. 1850. Ponald, late of Lochbuy. 

John Campbell. Allen, deceased. 

Alexander, m. Marian Palmer Sands. 

Lilias. Jane. 

Elizabeth Henrietta, m. Dr. Mackenzie. 

Marianne. Mai'garct Maxwell, d. 5 Feb. ISGl. 

The 2nd son, 

Donald Maclaine, Esq. of Lochbuy, J. P. and D.L., b. 
2G Oct. 1816; m. 23 Oct. 1844, Emilie Guillaumine, 3rd dau. of 
Charles Anthoine Vincent, Esq., and has issue, 

MnRDocH Gillian, now of Lochbuy. 

Anthoine, 6. 3 No7. 1846. 

Emilie Guillaumine, to. 28 Jan. 1869, Frederick Campbell, 

Esq., R.A., 3rd son of Sir John Campbell, Bart, of Ardna- 

Eosa Elizabeth, m. 17 July, 1874, William McBean Rankine, 

Esq. of Dudhopc, Dundee, 2nd son of .lohn Campbell, Esq. 

of ICilberry, co. Argyll. Christian Sarah. 

He d. 12 Oct. 1863. 

.i^j-m.s— Quarterly : l.^t, arg., a lion rampant gu. ; 2nd, az., a 
tower arg. ; 3rd, or, a dexter arm coupcd in fess gu., the hand 
holding a cross-crosslet fitchee az. ; 4th, or, a lymphad ppr. in 
base vert a salmon naiant ppr. Crest — A battle-axe in pale in 
front of a laurel and a cypress branch in saltier all ppr. 
Motlo — Vincere vel mori. 

Seat — Lochbuy House, Oban, co. Argyll. 


Maclaine, William Osborne, Esq. of Kynelon, 
Thornbury, co. Gloucester, J. P. and D.L., M.A., 
Barrister-at-Law, b. 6 March, 1818 ; m. 25 April, 
1849, Anna, eldest dau. and only surviving cliild of 
John Thurburn, Esq. of MurLlc, co. Aberdeen, and 
has issue, 

' I. Hector, Lieut. K.A., &. 24 Nov. 1851. 
II. John Thurburn, 6. 2 July, 1853. 
I. Elizabeth Marie. 

fLtlTCntlP.— This is a branch of the Scottish family of 
Maclaine of Lochbuy. 

GiLLEAN Maclaine, Esq., who resided at Scalasdale, in the 
Island of Mull, d. 23 Nov. 1788, aged 64. He m. 1771, Marie, 
eldest dau. of Lachlan Macquarie, of Macquarie and of Ulva 
("chief of Ulva's Isle") the last of a long line of chiefs of that 
ancient clan, and by her (who d. 25 Jan. 1840, aged 98) had, 
besides six daus., six sons, 

Allan, 6. 6 Aug. 1772 ; d. 21 Nov. 1843 ; to. Marjory, dau. of 
Angus Gregorson, Esq. of Ardtornish, by whom he had two 
sons, Gillean, a Merchant in Java, lost at sea ; and Angus 
Archibald (Sir), b. 13 Jan. 1777, Gen. in the army, K.C.B., 
late Col. 52nd foot, a distinguished officer, best known for 
his gallant defence of Fort Matagorda, near Cadiz, 1810, 
■when a Capt. of the 94th ; to. 1823, Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. 
Brydges, 4th Dragoons; and d. 9 March, 1861. 
Murdoch (twin with his brother Archibald), Capt. 20th foot, 
the only British officer killed at the batile of Maida, 1806. 
John, 6. 16 June, 1778, Major 73rd foot, killed at Waterloo. 
Hector, d. when six months old. 
Hectoe, b. 20 June, 1785, of whom we treat. 
The last-named, 

Hectou Maolaine, Esq., Col. in the army, served in North 
and South America, the West Indies, and in the Peninsula, 
■with great distinction, in Lord Hill's division, having been 
present at the battle of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Tou- 
louse, (fee, in command of the light infantry in Sir John liyng's 
brigade. He to. 1816, Martha, only child and heir of William 
Osborne, Esq. of Kyneton, whose ancestors possessed lands 
there from the time of Edward II., and had lived at Kyneton 
since the reign of Elizabeth, when the present house was 
built. By this lady. Col. Maclaine had an only child, the 
present Willia.m Osborne ^Iaclaine, Esq. of Kyneton. Col. 
Maclaine, who was a Magistrate for co. Gloucester, d. 15 Jan. 

Arms — Quarterly: Lst, arg., a lion rampant gu. ; 2nd, az., a 
tower arg. ; 3rd, or, a dexter hand coupcd in fcss gu. holding 
a cross-crosslet fitchee az. ; 4th, arg., a lymphad ppr., her sails 
furled, in base in the sea vert a salmon nai.-int ppr. Crest — 
A Lochaber axe erect between two Iiranches of laurel and 
cypress all ppr. Moltn — Vincere vtl mori. 

Heat — Kyneton, Thornbury, co. Gloucester. 


Maclean, Alexander Thomas, Esq. of Ardgomr, 
CO. Argyll, Bengal C.S., b. 1 April, 1835 ; m. 1875, 
Philippa, dau. of the late William Stephens Dieken, 
Esq., Eengal Medical Service, and has a dau. b. 17 
May, 1878. 

iLtUCitCIC.— The IMacleans of Ardgour, descended from 
the famous Gillean ni Tuoidh, are a family of great antiquity 
in North Britain. Their immediate ancestor, , 

Allan Maclean, the 10th Maclean of Ardgour, to. Anne, I 
dau. of Sir Ewen Cameron, of Lochiel, and was father of 

John Maclean, of Ardgour, m. the dau. of Allan MacLachlin, 
Esq. of Corry, and had a son and heir, i 

Hdgii Maclean, of Ardgour, m. 1763, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Alexander Iloustoun, Esq. of Jordan Hill, and by her (who m. 
2ndly, John Campbell, Esq., brother of Sir Islay Campbell, 
1st Bart, of Succoth) had a son and dau., 

Alexander, his heir. ™ 

Anna, m. Donald Maclean, Esq. of Kingerloch. ]■ 

Mr. Maclean d. 1768, and was s. by his son, 

Alexander Maclean, Esq. of Ardgour, Col. of the Argyll- 
shire Militia, D.L., 13th Maclean of Ardgour in direct succes- 
sion, b. 16 April, 1764; in. 10 July, 1793, Lady Margaret Hope, 
dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Hopetoun (by the Lady Elizabeth 
Melville his wife, dau. of Alexander, 7th Earl of Leven and 5th 
Earl of Melville), and by her (who was b. 24 June, 1772, 
and d. 16 Sept. IS3I) had issue, 

I. Hugh, d. in infancy. J 

II. John Hugh, of the Scotch Bar, d. umn. 1825. 
in. Archibald, Capt. R.N., a. unvi. 1832. 

IV. Alexander, late of Ardgour. 

V. Henry Dundas, of Laznnby Hall, Cumberland, Col. in tho 
army, J.P., High Sheriff 1848, m. 1841, Eleanor, dau. of 
the Rev. J. Dacre Carlyle, Chancellor of Carhslc, and 
Claimant of the title of Lord Carlyle, of Torthorwald, in 
Scotland; and d. 1803. 

VI. James Charles, Bengal Military Service, to. Jane, dau. of 
Major Hall, E.I. Co.'s Service; d. 1829, leaving two daus», 
Elizabeth Mary, and Margaret Jane. 

VII. Charles Hope, Barrister-at-Law, m. 1836, Caroline Eliza- 
beth, 2nd dau. of C. Beckford Long, Esq.; and d. 1839, 
leaving two daus., Elizabeth Hope, and Caroline Henrietta. 

viii. Thomas, of the Madras Military Service, d. 1840. 

IX. William, Commander E.N., m. 1838, Elizabeth Mary, 
dau. of T. M. Charter, Esq., and as.sumed the surname of 
GnNSTON before his patronymic, in compliance with the will 
of his wife's maternal grand-uncle, Sir Thomas Gunston, 
Knt. of Upcott House, Somerset. He d. 1851, and his wife 
1855. He left issue, William Gunston; Allan ; and Frances 

s. George, Col. R.A., to. 1842, Amelia Jane, dau. of Gen. 
Sir Colin Campbell, G.C.B., Governor of Ceylon. 

XI. Robert, d. warn. 1835. 

XII. Peter, Col. R.A., m. 1841, Elizabeth, dau. of Lieut.- j 
Gen. Sir Henry Somerset, K.C.B. and K.H., Commander-. 
in-Chief, Bombay, and great-granddau. of Henry, 5th Duke j 
of Beaufort, and has, 

1 Allen Henry, K.A. 

2 Henry Eardley, R.A. 

3 John Hugh. 

4 Charles Hope Adrian. 

1 Margaret Ann. 

2 Louisa Charlotte. 

3 Elizabeth Frances. 

I. Elizabeth Margaret. 

II. Charlotte Margaret, d. unm. 1824. 

Col. Maclean d. 8 Sept. 1855, and was s. by his fourth son, ' 
Alexander Maclean, Esq. of Ardgour, J. P., 6. 11 Feb. 
1749; TO. 14 Feb. 1833, Helen Jane Hamilton, eldest dau. of 
Major-Gen. Sir John Dalrymple, 5th Bart, of North Berwick, 
by Charlotte his wife, dau. of Sir Patrick Warrender, Bart,, 
and had issue, 

I. Alexander Thomas, now of Ardgour. 

II. John Dalrymple, Bengal C.S., 6. 15 May, 1836. 
He d. 1872. 

Arms — Quarterly: 1st, arg., alion rampant gu.; 2nd, az., a 
castle triple-towered arg. with flags displayed gu. ; 3rd, or, a 
dexter hand couped f essways gu. holding a crosslet fitchee az. ; 
4 th, or, a galley her sails furled sa. flag gu. on a sea vert a 
salmon naiant arg. Crtst — A battle-axe erect in pale crossed 
by a branch of laurel and cypress in saltier all ppr. Motto— 
Altera mcrccs. 

Seat — Ardgour House, Ardgour, co. Argyll. , ;, 



Maclean, Archibald John, Esq. of Ponnycross, 
. Argyll, J.P., b. 6 March, 181.3,- s. his father 





187G; m. 18S3, Isabella Alexandrina, dau. of M. 
Henri Theodore Simon, and widow of Charles 
Grriswold, Esq. of Manilla, and has issue, 
Julian Abciiibald, b. 1873; Charles Alexander IIusli, 6. 
1874; Nonuan llcary, 6. 1377; and IsabelJulict. 

ILtUrnCIC.— This branch of the House of Morvcrn derives 
from John Uncn, 1st Maclean of Morvcrn, '.ind son of the 1st 
Hector Moir, Lord of Uuart, by Marj-, dau. of Macdonald of 
Islay. John Dubh was thrice married ; by his '2nd wife, 
Catharine, dau. of John Campbell, he had Allan, of Ardornish, 
the warlike and constant follower of Sir Lachlan Mor. He 
m. Una, dau. of the Chieftain of the Clan Ian, or Macdonald 
of Ardnamurchan, and by her was father of Lachlan, of 
Calpary, who was twice married; by his 2nd wife, Anne, dau. 
of John of ToUermald, son of the 7 th Maclean of Coll, he had 
a son, Allan, of GrulUve, who m. Una, dau. of the Chief of 
the Macquaries and of Anne 5Iacdonald, sister of the cele- 
brated Sir Alexander Macdonald, the gallant companion of 
Montrose, by her he had, Chakles, of Kilunaig and Penny- 
cross, in. Marianne, sister of Donald of Tarbct, afterwards 5th 
Maclean of Torloisk, by whom he was father of 

Alexander Maclean, of Pcnnycross, J. P. and D.L., m. 
1760, Una, dau. of MacGillivray, of Penny-Ghail, by whom 
(who d. 1807) he had one son, Archibald, and a dau., Catha- 
rine, m. Major Donald Maclean, of the Fioyal Scots regt.; 
d. 1786. The son, 

Abchibald Maclean, of Pennycross, J. P. and D.L., Major 
3rd regt. of Argyllshire Fenciblcs, b. 1761. He m. Alicia, 
dau. of Hector Maclean, of Toven, co. Argyll, and by her 
(who was 6. 1760 ; and d. 1840) left issue, 

Alexander, late of Pennycross. 

Allan Thomas, Lieut.-Gen. in the army, served in the 13th 

Light Dragoons throughout the Peninsular war, and at 

Waterloo, 6. May, 1793: m. .Sept. 1843, Agnes, dau. of \Yil- 

liam Furlong, of Welshot, co. Lanark, 
t/barles James, Lieut, in the army, was at \Yaterloo, and 

subsequently served in India, where he died. 
John, Lieut, in the 2nd West India regt., commanded by his 

maternal uncle. Col. Maclean, and fell a victim to the 

climate of the West Indies. 
Hector, a Merchant in London, d. 1834. 
Lauchlan, Lieut, in theCe-sion Rifle Corps, d. 1820. 

Archibald Donald, Dep. -Commissary-Gen. at Ii'>nnuda, ' 

1870. Mary, d. xi.,im. 1*37. Juliana, d. 1874. 

Mr. Maclean d. Feb. 1830. His eldest son, , 

Alexander Maclean, E^q. of Pennycross, co. Artjyll, '/. 
8 May, 1701; m. 6 Au^. 1840, Charlotte Brodie, dau. of John 
Maclean, Esq. of Elrick, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Sinolle: 
Telfer, of Bonhill, co. Renfrew, and had issue, 

I. Archibald John, now of Pennycross. 

n. Allan Lockhart, 6. Jan. 18.t1. 

I. Alicia, III. 1872, to Reginald Phillipps, Esq., and d. 1375. 
n. Charlotte Una Brodie, m. D. J. Anderson, Esq. 

in. Mary Frances. 
He d. 1576. 

Arms — Quarterly: 1st, ar.?., a rock gu.; 2nd. arcr., a dexter 
hand fessways couped gu., holding a cross-crosslet litchiie in 
paleaz. ; 3rJ, or, a lymphad sa. ; 4th, arg., a salmon naianc 
ppr. and in chief two eagles affrontee gu. CrcU — .\. battle-axe 
erect in pale crossed by a branch of laurel and cypress in 
saltier all ppr. Mottoes — Under the arms, Virtue mins houoar ; 
above the crest, Altern merces. 

iSeat— Permycross House, Bonessan, co. Argyll. 

of Ditnstaffnage Castle. This John Maclean (father of Isabella) 
was married to Florence Maclean, of Incrscadell, whose 
mother, Mary Maclean, of Ardgour, was granddau. of the 
celebrated chief, Sir Ewen Cameron, of Locbicl. Capt. Joha 
JIaclean's son, 

Alexander Campbell Maclean, Esq. of Haremerc Hall, 
Sussex, m. 16 Aug. 1825, Mary Elizabeth Travers, representa- 
tive of the Travers' family of Fairfield, Devon; and d. 14 Oct. 
1864, having had issue, 

Henry Travers, Capt. in the Bombay Indian army, m. Mari- 
anne, dau. of Capt. Donald Maclean, 2nd (iueen's, and (/. 
22 Jan. 1863, leaving issue a posthumous son, UE^RT 

John Lauchlan, now of Haremerc. 

George F'rancis, m. Sophia, dau. of Capt. Cole, late 21st 
F'usiliers, and had issue, Alxcander Henry Herbert ; Mar- 
garet Gavin ; Emilie F'ordycc ; and Rosalie Abbe. 

Alexander. Hector Coll. Morgan. 

Adelaide Owen, m. Lieut.-Col. Edward H. Fisher, R.A. 

^rm.s— Quarterly : 1st, or, a rock ppr. ; 2nd, arg., a dexter 
hand couped in fess gu., holding a cross-crossltt titchce az. ; 
3rd, az., a galley sails furled sa. and a flag gu. ; 4th, arg., 
in chief two eagles' heads erased and affrontee gu., in base a 
salmon naiant ppr. Crest — A Lochaber axe in pale crossed by 
a branch of laurel and cypress — Altera Merces. Motto — Virtus 
durissima terit. 

Seat — Uaremcre Hall, Hurst Green, Sussex. 


Maclean, John Lauchlan, Esq. of Haremere 
Hall, and Lundsford, Sussex, b. 20 Feb. 1828 ; m. 
Jan. 1858, Mary, dau. of Henry Huttleston, of Js'ew 
Bedford, Massachusetts, U.S. America, and has issue, 

I. Lauchlan Perceval, 6. 24 May, 1862. 

II. Cameron Travers. b. 28 June, 18C5. 

III. Edmund Henry, 6. 18 Oct. 1866. 

IV. Hector George, 6. 20 Aug. 18G8. 

t. Mary Kate. ii. Annie Travers. in. Lilian Gray. 

itt'lTCajC. — Mr. Maclean claims descent, through the 
families of Maclean of Coll and Maclean of Ardgour, from 
Gillean na Tuoidh, or Gillean of the Battle Axe. 

Capt. John Maclean (brother of Lieut.-Col. Lauchlan 
Maclean, Deputy-Governor of the Tower, and 2nd son of Donald 
Maclean, by Florence, dau. of Rev. Archibald Maclean, Minister 
of Ross in Mull) was of the Coll line of the Macleans, lie 
served abroad in the Royals, and then in the Argyll Fenciblcs. 
i He m. Isabella, dau. of John Maclean, of the family of Maclean 
of Borreray, by his wife Isobclle, sister of Donald Campbell, 

MACLEOD, NoEMAN, of Macleod, 22nd Chief, 
J.P. and D.L., b. 18 July, 1812 ; m. 15 July, 1837, 
Hon. Louisa Barbara St. John, only dau. of the 
13th, and sister of the 14th, Lord St. John, of 
Bletsoe, and has issue, 

I. Xorman Magnus, Capt. 74th Highlanders, 6. 27 July, 1839. 

II. Torquil Olave, 6. 10 Aug. 1841 ; d. 3 Sept. 1S57. 

III. Reginald, b. 1 Feb. 1847; m. 17 April, 1877, Agnes Mary 
Cecilia, eldest dau. of the Right Hon. Sir Stafford North- 
cote, Bart., M.P. 

IV. Roderic Charles, 6. 18 April, 1852. 

I. Louisa Cecilia, in. IS Dec. ISCO, John Moyer Heathcote, 
Esq., eldest son of John Moyer Heathcote, Esq. of Coning- 
ton Castle, Hunts. 

iltlTf age— Olave Olois, King of Man and the Isles, who 
d. 1237, kit, by his 1st wife, three sons, Hakuld, Reginald, 
and Magnus, who all successively enjoyed the kingdom of 
Man, which terminated in 1265, by the surrender made of the 
sovereignty by Magnus, King of Xorway, to Alexa>"Der III. 
of Scotland; and in the same year, SIagnus, the last King of 
Man, died. Olave, by his 3rd wife, Christina, dau. of Farquhar, 
Earl of Ross, had three sons, Guin or Gun, of whom the Guns 
in Sutherland; Leoid, Loyd, or Leod, of whom the Clan 
JIacleod; and Leaimdrish, of whom the Clan Leandrish, m 

Leod, 2nd son of Olave Olois, cr Olacs V., King of Man 
and the Isles, by the Earl of Ross's dau., having been fostered 
in the house of Pol, obtained from him the Herries, from 
which he (Leod) and his descendants taking their designation, 
were, in former times, styled of Herries, Glenclg, and Dun- 
vegan. He Td. the dau. of Macraild Armine, a Danish knight, 
and by her acquired the lands of Menginish, Bracadale, 
Durinish, Lindale, Vaterness, and a part of Trotterness, and 
had two sons, Tormode, who succeeded him; and Torquhil, 
ancestor of the Macleods of Lewis, whose successors were pos- 
sessed of a great estate when forfeited in the reign of King 
James VI. Both the families had the surname or patronymic 
of Macleod, but were distinguished by the appellation of Shiel 
Tormoid, or the descendants of Tormoid, and Shiel Torquhil, 
or the descendants of Torquhil, and by the designations of 
"Macleod of Herries," and "Macleod of Lewis." The repre- 
sentative of the senior line, Macleod of Macleod, temp. 
James VI., was. 

Sir Roderick Macleod, of Macleod, commonly Rmy More, 
or Great Roderick, who d. in the beginning of 1626, leaving 
issue by his wife Isabella, dau. of Macdonald of Glengarry, five 
sons and five dai's. His eldest son and heir, 

John Macleod, of Macleod, surnamcd John More, from his 
great size, was a stanch royalist, and received a letter of 
thanks from King Charles I., dated at Durham, 2 May, 16S9. 
He m. Sibella, dau. of Kenneth, Lord M'Kenzie, of Kiiitail, 
and was s. at his decease, 1649, by his eldest son, 

Roderick JIacleod, 15th Laird of .Macleod. Ho lii. Margaret, 
eldest dau. of Sir John Jl'Kenzie, of Tarbaf, but dying Jan. 
1664, without issue, was t. by bis brother, 





JoHS MACLEOD, of Maclcod, who was served heir 11 Aug. 
1664. He m. Florence, 2nd dau. of Sir James Macdonald, of 
Slate, and was s. at his decease, Aug. 1693, by his eldest son, 

KoDEBicK SIacleod, of Maclcod, m. Feb. 1694, Lady Isabella 
M'Kenzie, 3rd dau. of Kenneth, Earl of Seaforth, and dying 
Aug. 1699, without issue, was s. by his brother, 

N0KM.4.N MACLEOD, of Macleod, m. Sept. 1703, Hon. Anne 
Frazer, dau. of Hugh, lUhLordLovat, and was s. by his pos- 
thumous son, 

NoEMAN MACLEOD, 19th Laird of Macleod, vi. 1st, Janet, 
dau. of Sir Donald Macdonald, of Slate, and had one son, John, 
his successor. He m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of William Martin, of 
Inchfure, and by her had three daus., Elizabeth, Anne, and 
Eich Mary. His only son, 

John, ni. Amelia, only dau. of Brodie, of Brodie, Lord Lyon 
King of Arms, and dying 7 Jan. 1767, left, with five daus., 
an only son, 

KoKJiAs, successor to his grandfather. 
Macleod was s. by his grandson, 

NoEMAN Macleod, 20th Laird of Macleod, M.P., &. 4 March, 
1754, who attained the rank of Gen. in the army, and served 
with much distinction in India. He m. 1st, Mary Mackenzie, 
of Suddie, and by her (who d. 1782) had a son, Norman, who 
d. young; and a dau., Mary, in. Capt. Norman Ramsay. He 
m. 2ndly, Sarah, dau. of N. Stackhouse, Esq., Second Member 
of Council at Bombay, and by her had, 

John Noeman, his successor. • 

Sarah, m. Robert Pringle, Esq. of Stitchill, and both d. 
soon after. 

Amelia, m. Sir J. Pringle, Bart, of Stitchill, deceased. 

Anne Eliza, m. 3 July, 1821, Spencer Perceval, Esq., eldest 
son of Eight Hon. Spencer Perceval. 
He was s. by his eldest son, 

John Nokman Macleod, Esq. of Macleod, 6. 1778; m. 16 Nov. 
1809, Anne, duu. of John Stephenson, Esq. of Kent, and had 

Nokman, now of Macleod. 

Torquil James, d. 28 April, 1821, 

Harold John Leod, d. unin. 1846. 

Emily Sarah. 

Anne Eliza, 7)1. 2 June, 1840. James Ogilvie Fairlie, Esq. of 
Williamfield, co. Ayr, and d. 9 Sept. 1844, leaving issue. 

Harriette Maria, m. John Campbell, Esq. of Glensaddell, co. 
Argyll; d. 14 Jan. 1877, leaving issue. 

Eleanor Anne, d. 3 Dec. 1830. 

Mary Lowther, m. Eobert Ferguson, Esq., M.D. 

Elizabeth Eoma, d. unin. 9 March, 1845. 

Arms — Az., a castle triple-towered and embattled avg., 
masoned sa., windows and porch gu. Crest — A bull's head 
cabossed sa. between two flags gu. staves of the first. Sv.p- 
porttrs — Two lions reguardant gu., each holding a dagger ppr. 
Motto — Miirus aheneus. 

iSeats— Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skyc, N.B. 


Macleod, Robert Betjce J^xeas, Esq. of Inver- 
gorden Castle, CO. Ross, and CadboU, co. Cromarty, 
J. P. and D.L. co. Ross, Vice- Lieut, co. Cromarty, 
Commander R.N., b. 10 May, 1818 ; m. 5 March, 
1857, Ellen Augusta, dau. of Sir Jolin Pollard 
AVilloughby, Bart., and has issue, 

I. EoDERicK WiLLOCGHBT, 6. 29 May, 1858. 

II. Torquill. iii. Norman Cranstoun. 

II. Cicely Julia. 
IV. Olivia EUen. 

I. Edith Eliza, d. 30 April, 1860. 
in. Ethel Grace. 

ILtncaSC.— ^^oiiMAN macleod, 2nd son of Eoderick Mac- 
leod, 5th Baron of Lewis, obtained from his father, in patri- 
mony, the Barony of Assynt, and d. in the reign of James I. 

Ht;GH Macleod, of Cambuscurry (youngest son of Donald 
Macleod, 7th Baron of Assynt, tem2y. ChablesI.), m. Christian, 
dau. of Walter Ross, of Invercarron, by whom he had two 
sons, ANG0S, whose line is extinct; and, 

JEneas Macleod, of CadboU and Cambuscurry, m. Margaret, 
eldest dau. of Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, of Scatwell, by whom 
he had (with three sons) a dau., Frances, m. Eose of Clova. 
Mr. Macleod represented co. Cromarty in the Scottish Parlia- 
ment, and was one of those who signed the Articles of Union, 
1707. He was s. by his eldest son, 

Eoderick Macleod, of CadboU, m. 1751, LUias, dau. of 
William Mackenzie, of Belmaduthy; and dying 1770, was s. 
by his only son, 

Robert Becce iENEAs Macleod, Esq. of CadboU, co. Cro- 
marty, 6. 23 Jan. 1764, M.P. for Cromarty, and for many years 

Lord-Lieut, of that co., m. 27 July, 1784, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Alexander Macleod, Esq. of Harris, and had issue (with two 
daus., Sophia and Elizabeth Letitia, who both d. ■wnm.)one6on, 

I. Roderick, b. 1786, M.P. co. Sutherland, Lord-Lieut, of co. 
Cromarty, and Deputy-Lieut, of co. Eoss, m. 1813, Isabella, 
dau. of William Cunninghame, Esq. of Lainshaw, co. Ayr, 
and left at his decease, 1853 (by her, who d. 15 Dec. 187o,, 
two sons and three daus., 
1 Eobert Brdce .^xeas, now of CadboU, and Inver- 
gorden Castle. 2 Henry Dunning. 
1 Margaret. 2 Elizabetti. 3 Anna Maria. 

Arms — Quarterly : 1st, or, a mountain az. inflamed ppr.; 
2nd gu., the three legs oi Man ppr. conjoined in the centre at 
the upper end of the thigh, flexed in triangle and the .spws 
gold ; 3rd, or, a lymphad sa. flags gu. ; 4th, az., a castle triple 
towered and embattled arg. masoned sa., windows and portcullis 
gu. Crest — The sun in splendour ppr. Mottoes — Above the 
crest, Loisgim agus soiUeirghim. Below the antique crown, 
Quocunque jeceris stabit. 

iSeafs— Invergordon Castle, co. Eoss ; CadboU, co. Cromarty. 



McMiCKiNG, Gilbert, Esq. of Miltonise, co 
Wigtown, East India Merchant, London, J.P. foi 
CO. Lancaster, 2nd son of Thomas McMicking, ci 
Miltonise, and of Jane his wife, youngest dau. o! 
John Morin, Esq. of Lagan, co. Dumfries, b. 9 Nov 
1823 ; m. 30 April, 1850, Helen, eldest dau. oi 
Alexander Macfarlane, Esq. of Thornhill, co. Stir^ 
ling, and has issue, 

I. Thomas George Torrance, &. 4 Dec. 1853. 

II. Alexander, b. 17 Jan. 1857. 

III. Gilbert, b. 24 March, 1802. 

IV. Harry, b. 28 Oct. 1867. 

I. Helen Mary, m. 31 May, 1871, Richard Denman, eldes 
son of the Hon. Richard Denman. 

II. Jane Maitland, m. 5 April, 1877, William Henry Bolton 
eldest son of Joseph Cheney Bolton, Esq. of Carbrook, co 
Stirling. iii. Catherine. 

IV. Annie Margaret. v. Alice. vi. Ethel. 

Mr. McMicking represents an old family of Covencn 
ters in the south of Ayr and north of Wigton. 

Arms — Az., four fleurs-de-lis in cross, the tops to the exterio 
of the shield or. Crest — A demi-savage bearing in his dextu 
hand an ai-row, and at his back a quiver full ppr. Mottou- 
Res non verba, and also. We have done, or, We liae dune. 

Reiidence — Prince's Gate, London. 



See Scott. 


McMuEEAY, John Ripley, Esq. of Roxboroug 
House, CO. Limerick, Lieut. 5th Dragoon Guard: 
b. 26 May, 1852 ; s. his father 1874. 

ILiltCagC— This family is stated to be a branch of tl 
Murrays of Blackbarony. The first of this family who settle 
in Ulster, terap. Cuaeles II., was John McMorray, who « 
Janet, dau. of Col. Smyth, of co. Cork. From him descendt 
M. McMuRRAT, Esq., who m. 1770, Jane Hamilton Martin, ar 
by her (who d. 1839) left at his decease, 1814, a son, Jon 
McMcBRAT, Esq., who m. 1799, Margaret, dau. of Robert Alio: 
Esq., and d. 1850, having by her (who el. 1835) had an on! 
son, Robert McMuebat of Roxborough House. 

Robert McMurbay, Esq. of Roxborough Ho\ise and Patrick 
well, CO. Limerick, .J. P., 6. ISOd; m. 1st, 1838, Sarah Ann 
dau. of the late T. Knox Hannyngton, of The Castle, Du' 
gannon, by Euphemia Gordon Caulfeild his wife, great-gran 
dau. of William, 5rh Baron Charlemont, and maternally grea 
granddau. of WiUiam, 6th Viscount Kenmure and Loi 
Loeliinvar (who el. 1839); and 2ndly, 1844, Elizabeth Ann 
eldest dau. of the late Capt. John W. Hayton, of Greenfic 
Abbey, co. Flint (descended, it is stated, from the Hattoss 
Castle llaylon, Cumberland) tij 'E.Uza. Leasinby his wife, ai 
had issue, 

I. John Riplet, now of Roxborough House. 

I. Margaret Annie. 

II. Kathleen, m. 23 June, 1863, Capt. Willoughby Burd( 
Peter Burrcll, o2nd Light Infantry. 

Mr. Robert McMurray d. 1874. 





Arms — Arg., a lion rampant az. on a chief of the second three 
mullets pierced of the tield. Crest— A demi-lion rampant 
guardant gu. holding a Lochaber axe ppr. and charged ou 
the shoulder with a rose arg. Motto — Virtute lideijue. 

Scat$ — ItoxhorougU House, co. Limericlt ; and ratrickswcll, 
CO. Limerick. 



Macnamaea, Pateice James Dillon, Esq. of 
Aylc, CO. Clare, J.P., B.A. T.C.D., late 59th regt. 
in which he served many years, and was engaged in 
the second China War 1856-59, including the expe- 
dition to the White Cloud Mountains, and action 
with the "Braves" in June, 1858, also the storming 
and capture by escalade of the strongly fortified and 
walled city of Namtow on 11 Aug. 1858. Medal 
and clasp ; now Lieut.-Col. Queen's Own Light 
Infantry Militia; m. 17 March, 1842, Jane Louise 
Mary Anne, only child of John Grant, Esq., Capt. 
B.N., of Stoke, Devon, and by her (who d. 9 May, 
1851) had issue, 

I. Dillon Temple John, Commander E.N., 6. 1 Aug. 1843. 

II. James Rawdon Thady, 6. 28 Aug. 1847. 

III. William Francis, 6. 26 April, lt)51. 
I. Louise Henrietta Marian. 

JLiUCStJC. — ^The Macnamaras were hereditary Marshals 
ofThomond, along with their co-relatives, the O'Briens, and 
had, according to tradition, no less than fifty-seven castles and 
fortresses in co. Clare. 

The pedigree of this very ancient Milesian family is deduced 
ty Irish chroniclers from Cassinds, 2nd son of Cas, King of 
Thomond, a.d. 402, and younger brother of Blod, the ancestor 
of the illustrious House of O'Brien. His direct descendant, 
Meanma, who commanded many troops against the Danes, 
especially in the memorable Battle of Clontarf, 1014, was 
father of Cd-Marba, orCoNMAKBA (herosmaris), who d. 109D, 
and from whom is derived the surname Mac Conmara or 
Macnamara. His descendant, Mac Con Macnamara, elected 
Prince of Glancuillean 1313, was ancestor of the Macnamaras 
who were the ancient chiefs or princes of that part of the co. 
of Clare which constitutes the Baronies of Bunratty and 
Tullagh, and forms the western bank of the Shannon from 
Limerick to Killaloe. About the year 1370, tlie family was 
divided into two principal branches — Macnamaea Finn, and 
Macnamara Beagh. 

Maccon Macnamara, Prince or Chief of the whole district, 
had two wives, Hannah, dau. of O'Dwyer, of Tipperary, and 
Anne, dau. of O'Kelly, of Irnaine, in Roscommon ; by the 
former he had Shiodha, or as it is pronounced, Sheedy Mac- 
kamaba, on whom he settled West Clan Cuillean. He built 
the Abbey of Quin 1402, and his son, Maccon, had a bull (now 
in possession of Lieut.-Col. J. D. Macnamara) from the Pope to 
enable him to install certain friars minors thereon. In 1433, 
Quin Abbey was repaired by Donogli Macnamara, whose 
monument may be seen in the north side of the chancel in the 
Abbey, and in which vault the Macnamaras of Ayle have for 
centuries been buried. 

In 1536, Louis Macnamara visited the Papal Court, and was 
in the same year appointed to the united Sees of Cork and 
Cloyne, by Pope Paul 111. ; but d. in Rome. 

In 1585, John Macnamara, son of Tigue, Lord of West Clan 
Cuillean, attended the Parliament commenced in Dublin by 
Sir John Perrott, commonly called " Perrott's Parliament." 

A branch resided at Ballynacraige Castle, of which Bar- 
tholomew Macnamara, son of Donogh, had a son, William, 
who, marrying Catherine, dau. and heiressof Francis Sarstield, 
of Doolcn, CO. Clare, obtained that estate {see Macnamaba of 

Finghin or Flobence Macnamara, 2nd son of Shiodha or 
Sheedy, before mentioned, had the estate of Kosroe, and lived 
at the Castle of Banna. His great-grandson, 

FiNGiN or Florence, of Rosroe, (/. 1 May, 1602, leaving, by 
Honora his wife, dau. of Turlough O'Brien, of Ballymacashel, 
a son, Shiodha. His great-grandson, Teige or Tuadt Mac- 
namaba, who raised a company of infantry for King James II., 
with which he garrisoned the Castle of Clare, removed his 
residence from the Castle of Banna to that of Ayle, and dying 
without issue, was s. by his brother, 

John Macnamaba, Esq., an officer in the Spanish service. By 
his wife, a dau. of Burke, of Tyaquin, co. Galway, he had three 
sons, Thady, his heir, of Ayle, who d. s. p. ; De.sis, of whom 
presently ; and James, of Ayle. The 2nd son, 

Denis Macnamaba, Esq., m. Miss Wilson, of Eelvoir, co. 
Clare, and had two sons, Thadt, and John, of whom the latter 
d. v.nm. The elder, 

Tiiady Macnamaba, Esq. of Dublin, in. Narcissa, dau. of 
Bartholomew Dillon, F.sq., M.D., and had issue, Dillon, his 
heir; Rawdon, President of tlie Royal Coll. of Surgeons, 
Dublin, deceased; and Louisa, ju. Francis Pratt Smith, Esq. 
of Larkfield, co. Westmeath, J. P. The elder son, 

Dillon Macnamaba, Esq. of Keilty, co. Clare, and Birchfield, 
CO. Dublin, m. 1809, Charlotte, dau. of Alexander Campbell, 
Esq., only son of Licut.-Gen. Colin Campbell, of Inveraw, co. 
Argyll, and by her (who d. 26 Aug. 1865) had issue, 

Connell Wilkins, m. Hester, dau. of Henry John Carey, 
Esq. of Carysfort, co. Dublin, and had a son, Richard 
Francis, and a dau., Agnes Jane. He perished at sea. 

Patrick Dillon James (called James Dillon), of Ayle. 

Agne-s Jane, ra. Francis Beetham, Esq. of Bowdens, Teign- 
inouth, Devon, who d. 17 Sept. 1853, leaving issue, Dillon, 
late 54th and 92nd regts., 6. 16 July, 1»34; Mary, m. Aug. 
1853, F. Hodgkinson (novr Montague) Capt. 4th Hus.'-ars, 
and d. Dec. 1Mb. Agnes Jane Beetham d. 23 July, 1864. 

Charlotte, m. Henry George Conroy, Esq., Lieut.-Col. Grena- 
dier Guards, 2nd son of Sir John Conroy, Bart., and d. 
5 May, 1843. Marianne. 

Mr. Macnamara d. 22 Nov. 183S. 

Arms — Gu., a lion rampant arg. in chief two spears" heads or. 
Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a naked arm grasping a 
scimitar all ppr., as appears on family vault in Quin Abbey. 
Motto — Firmitas in co-lu. 

Seat — Ajle, TuUa, co. Clare. 


Macnamaea, Henry Valentine, Esq. of Doolen 
and Ennistymon House, co. Clare, b. 14 Eeb. 1861 ; 
s. his father 27 June, 1873. 

iLtltra CJC. — This is a branch of the ancient Milesian family 
of Macnamara of co. Clare, which was resident at Ballynu- 
cragie Castle (see preceding Memoir). 

Babtholomew Macnamaba, Esq. of Muraghin, Barony of 
Burren, co. Clare, son of Donogh, 6. at Ballynacraige, 1685; 
m. Dorothy, dau. of William Brock, Mayor of Gahvay, and was 
father of 

WiLLLAM Macnamaba, Esq. of Doolen, b. 1714; who, marrying 
Catharine, dau. and heir of Francis Sarsiield, Esq. of Doolen, 
CO. Clare (of the distinguished House of Sarsfield of Lucan, of 
which was the gallant Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan, leinp. James II.;, 
became possessed of that estate, and had a son and successor, 

Fbancis Macnamaba, Esq. of Doolen, 6. 1750 ; to. Jane, 
dau. of George Stamer, Esq. of Carnelly, co. Clare, by Honor 
his wife, dau. of Christopher O'Brien, Esq. of Ennistymon, and 
Mary his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir Randal Mac