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te Keeper
of the Records in the Duchy of Lancaster, who devoted much
time and trouble to the history of the Shropshire Lees, makes
Margaret Astley's husband to be son, not to Sir John, but to
his brother. Sir Thomas de Lee of Okehirst. He is described
as Roger "Lee of Coton, Gentelman" (Lord Treasurer's
Rem. Mem. 6 Heney V.) and as " second son of Sir Thomas Lee
Knight" (Harl. MSS. 2163, fol. 40 b.). It is certain from
Inquisitions and other evidence that his name was Roger,
not Robert, and that Itoger the husband of Joan Burnell was
not his son ; and also that Petronilla was dau., not dau. -in-
law to Roger Lee and Joan Burnell. She m. her kinsman
Robert de Lee of Rodene, who was s. by his son,

Ralph de Lee, of Lea Hall, Langley, Acton Burnell, (fee, to.
Isabella, dau. of James Rydley, and d. 14 Dec. 1479. He was
s. by his son.



* The following members of this family have served as High
Sheriffs of Shropshire :— 1201, fCeiner de Lea; 1387, Robert
atte Lee; 1395, Thomas Lee, Knt. ; H65, Ralph Lee, Esq. ;
1479 and 1496, Richard Lee, Esq. ; 1547, Thomas Lee, Esq. ;
16 0, Humphry Lee, Esq. (cr. a baronet 1620); 1639, Sir
Richard Lee, Bart, of Lea Hall, Acton Buraell, and Langley.



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EiCHABD DE Lee, of Langley, <fec., m. Margaret, dau. and
heiress of Sir Fulke Sprenchose, and had five sons and two
daus. He was s. by his eldest son,

Fdlke Lee, Esq. of Langley, &c. , m. Alice, dau. of Sir
Bichard Cornwall, and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of John Leighton.
He was s. by his con and heir,

Thomas Lee, Esq. of Langley, &c., m. Jane, dau. of Sir
Kobert Morton, and had five sons and seven daus. He was s.
by his eldest son,

Richard Lee, Esq. of Langley, m. Eleanor, dau. of Walter
AVrottlesley, and had four sons and six daus. He d. 1591 and
was s. by bis son,

Humphrey Lee, Esq. J. P., of Langley, <fec., created a
baronet by James I. 1620. He m. Margaret, dau. of Reginald
Corbet, Esq. and had one son and four daus. He d. 1633, and
■was s. by his son,

Sir Richard Lee, Bart, of Langley, <fec., M.P. for Salop.
He attended the King at Oxford, and suffered much in the
Royal cause. He ni. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Edward Allen, and
d. 1C60, when the baronetcy became extinct, and the estates
were divided between his two daus., Rachel m. Ralph
Cleaton, Esq. and Mary m. Edward Smythe, Esq.

To return to Roger Lee and Margaret Astley. Their son,

John Lee, m. Jocosa (Joyce) Pakington, and was s. by his
son,

John Lee, of Nordley, m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of
Thomas Corbine, and was s. by his sen,

Thomas Lee, of Nordley, to. Johanna, dau. of Robert Mor-
ton of Haughton, and was s. by his son,

Humphrey Lee, Esq. of Coton, ra. Katharine, dau. of John
Blount, of Eye, and was s. by his son,

John Lee, Esq. of King's Nordley, m. Jocosa (Joyce), dau.
of John Romney, and had issue, i. Thomas ; ii. William ;
HI. Edward; iv. Gilbert; v. Jasper; vi. Richard, some-
times thought to have been ancestor of Gen. R. E. Lee, late
Commander-in-Chief of the Southern Confederacy, of whose
descent from a Richard Lee of this family there is evidence
at Queen's Coll., Oxford, the Heralds' College, and in
America; vii. Ferdinand ; viii. Joseph. Mr. John Lee d.
1605, and was buried at Chesham, Bucks. The eldest son,

Thomas Lee, Esq. of Coton, in King's Nordley, m. Dorothy,
dau. of Richard Oteley, of Pitchford, Shropshire, and had
issue,

I. LANCEtoT, of whom hereafter.

II. John, of London, and of Ankerwycke, Bucks, ra. Mary
Pollard, and had two sons, John and George, and a dau.
Elizabeth, m. Sir Philip Harcourt. he was buried at
Stanton Harcourt 1682 in the Harcourt Chapel.

Mr. Thomas Lee d. 1620, and was s. by his eldest son,

Lancelot Lee, Esq. of Coton, 6. 1593 ; m. 1st, Jane, dau. of
Thomas Clemson, Esq. of Bovington, Stafford, and had issue,
I. John, d. unm. ; ii. Thomas; hi. Richard, m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Walter Langdon, of Cornwall. Mr. Lee m. 2ndly,
Eliz., dau. of Henry Gough, and had three sons and four
daus. He d. 1667, and was «. by the second son of his first
marriage,

Thomas Lee, Esq. of Coton, J.P. and D.L., 6. 1620; m.
3 Aug. 1649, Dorothy, dau. of John Eldred (descended from
tlie family of William of Wykeham), and had issue, i. Eldred
Lancelot ; ii. Thomas, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Jonathan Hill,
Esq. of Cholderton, Wilts, and became ancestor of the
Lees of Cholderton, Wilts, and Buriton, Hants, now repre-
sented by the Rev. Lancelot John Lee, of Worthen, near
Shrewsbury ; iir. John, to. Elizabeth Awbery and had one son,
Thomas, Rector of Wootton, d. s.p., and i. Dorothy. Mr. Lee
TO. 2ndly, 18 Feb. 1666, Lady Mary, dau. of the Right Hon. the
Earl of Lindsey, K.G., Lord High Chamberlain, and General
of His Majesty's forces at Edgehill, where he was slain, and
3rdly, Charity, widow of his brother-in-law, John Eldred, by
whom he had two daiis., Sophia and Catherine. He was J.P. for
Salop, Surrey, and Kent, and D.L. for Middlesex, He d.
1687, and was s. by his eldest son,

Eldred Lancelot Lee, Esq. of Coton, J.P., 6. 25 April,
1650, m. 1713, Isabella, dau. of Sir Henry Gough, of Perry
Hall, Staffordshire, and had issue, 1 Lancelot ; 2 Harry,
of whom presently ; 3 Thomas, and eight daus. ; 1 Isabella,
TO. George Hurst, Esq. ; 2 Dorothy, ra. Edward Bathurstt
Esq.; 3 Mary, m. Col. Littlehales: 4 Sarah, to. Rober,
Harrison, Esq.; 5 Margaret, m. Rev. C.Tucker; 6 Matilda, ^?^.
Capt. Cunningham; 7 Catherine; 8 Elizabeth, to. William
Waller, Esq. Mr. Lee d. 23 Sept. 1734, and was j. by hia
eldest son,

Lancelot Lee, Esq. of Coton, J.P., 6. 1719, to. 1st, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Gervase Scrope, Esq. of Cockerington, co. Lin-
coln; 2nd, Anne Elizabeth, dau. of John Michel, Esq. of



Kingston Russell and Dewlish, Dorset, and had issue, 1 Harry
Lancelot, and three daus.. 1 Frances Dorothy, m. John Little-
hales, Esq. ; 2 Mary, to. William Carter, Esq. ; and Anne. Mr.
Lee m. 3rdly, Catherine, dau. of Sir Joseph Danvers, Bart.,
and d. 16 July, 1775. He was s. by his son,

Harry Lancelot Lee, Esq. of Coton, J. P., 5. 1759, m.
Jane, dau. of Rev. E. Cox, and had one dau. Catherine Anne
Harriet, m. J. M. Wingfield, Esq. of Tickencote Hall, Rut-
landshire. Mr. Lee rf. 1821, leaving no son. His uncle,

Rev. Harry Lee, D.D. , Warden of Winchester College, and
second son of Eldred Lancelot Lee, Esq. of Coton Hall, 6.
1720, TO. 1764, Caroline, dau. of John Michel, Esq. of King^
Eton Russell and Dewlish, Dorset, and had issue, i. Harry
(Rev.), of Kingsgate House, Winchester; ii. Lancelot Charles,
Rector of Wootton, Oxfordshire, 6. 1768, d. unm. 1841. The
eldest son.

Rev. Harry Lee, of Kingsgate House, 6. 1765, ra. 1790,
Philippa, dau. of Sir William Blackstone, the eminent com-
mentator on the laws of England, and had issue,

I. Harry, his heir.

II. William Blackstone, Rector of Wootton, Oxfordshire, b.
1794, m. 1836, Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Thomson, Esq.,
Master in Chancery, by his wife and cousin, Anne DalzeK,
dau. and heir of Robert Thomson, Esq. of Dalzells St.
Kitts, by his wife, Anne Dalzell, descended from the first
Earl of Carnwath ; and d. 1874, having had issue, 1
Lancelot Eldred, 6. 1837, d. an infant ; 2 Harry Lancelot,
6. 1839, d. 1843; 3 William Blackstone, of Seend;
1 Constance Anne ; 2 Alice, d. unm. 1870.

I. Philippa Isabella, m. Charles Littlehales, Esq., M.D., and
had one son who d. young.

Mr. Lee d. 1838, and wass. by his eldest son,

Rev. Harry Lee, of Kingsgate House, J.P., 6. 1793, m. 1831,
Julia, dau. of Gorges Lowther, Esq., formerly M.P. for Rat-
oath. He d. s. p. 1880, and was s. by his nephew, William
Blackstone Lee, Esq., lately of Kingsgate House, now of
Seend.

Arrtis — Gu.,afess chequy or and az. between ten billets,
four in chief and six in base, arg. quartering Astley and
Nordley. Crest — On a staff raguly a squirrel cracking a nuS,
from the dexter end of the staff an oak branch fructed all ppr.
3Iutto—lie incautus futuri.

Residence— Seend, near Melksham, Wilts.



VATJGHAN-LEE OF DILLINGTON.

Vaughan-Lee, Arthur Vaughan Hanning,
Esq. of Dillington, co. Somerset, and Lanelaj, co.
Glamorgan, J. P., Lieut. Rojal Horse Guards, b. 13
Aug. 1862.

Lineag'e. — John Hanning, Esq. of DilUngton, to. Susan,
dau. of T. Harvard, Esq. of Whitelackington, co. Somerset,
and had issue,

William Hanning, Esq. of Dillington, to. 1800, Harriett,
dau. of Edward Lee, Esq. of Pinhoe, Devon, and sister of
Major Lee, of Orleigh Court, Bideford, who d. unra. They had
issue,

John Lee Hanning, who assumed the surname of Lee only
by royal licence 1822, in accordance with the will of his
uncle, Major Lee, of Orleigh Court, who left him his pro-
perty.

Georgina Elizabeth, to. Nov. 1824, William Speke, Esq. of
Jordans.

Sophia Harriett, to. June, 1828, John B. Fuller, Esq. of Nes-
ton Park, co. Wilts.
The only son,

John Lee Lee, Esq. of Dillington and Orleigh, M.P. for
Wells, 1831-37; J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1845; 6. 11 Dec.
1802; TO. 1st, 18 Feb. 1834, Jessey, dau. of John Edwards
Vaughan, Esq. of Rheola, co. Glamorgan, M.P., and by her
(who d. 1836) had a son,

I. Vaughan Hanning, his heir.

He TO. 2ndly, 17 Aug. 1841, Hon. Mary Sophia Hood, dau. of
Samuel, 2nd Lord Bridport, and by her had,

II. Edward Hanning, of Bighton House, Alresford, Major
2nd Life Guards, 6. 22 Aug. 1845, assumed 1874 the pretix
surname of Hanning ; vi. 1872, Georgiana Emma, dau. of
Edward Marjoribaaks, Esq. of the Hall, Bushey, co. Herti-
ford, and has (with other issue),

Vaughan Alexander Edward, 6. 1878.

III. William Hanning, b. 9 Dec. 1846.

I. Emily Mary, m. 1st, S. S. Godfrey, Esq., and 2ndly, 28
Dec. 1882, Major-Gen. H. L. Balfour, R.A. ; and d. 13
March, 1893.

II. Alice Georgina, d. 24 June, 1880.

Mr. Lee d. 1874, and was s. by his eldest son,
Vaughan Banning Vaughan-Lee, Esq. of Dillington,



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LEE



Kheola, and Lanel^ij-, M.P. for West Somerset from 1874 to
188"2 ; D.L. and J. P. cos. Somerset and Glamorgan, late Capt.
21st Fusiliers and Major Glamorganshire Militia, High Sheriff
Glamorganshire 1871 ; 6. 25 Feb. 1836 ; m. 7 Aug. 1861, Clara
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of George Moore, Esq. of Appleby Uall,
CO. Leicester, and had issue,

I. Arthvr Vafohan Hannino, now of Dillington.

n. John Edwards VAncHAN, Esq. of Kheola {which stt).

III. Charles Lionel, b. 27 Feb. 1867.

IV. Alec George, b. 23 Nov. 1868.

I. Jessy Isabel. ii. Katherine Mary.

III. Caroline Christine. iv. Alice Clara.

Mr. Vaughan-Lee d. 1882, and was s. in the Dillingcon and Lane,
lay estates by his eldest son Abth0b Vaughan Manning, and
in the Kheola estate by his second son John Edwards, who
assumed the name of Vacghan only.

Arms o/YAroHAN- Sa., a chevron, arg. between three boys'
heads couped ppr. crined or, enwrapped a'lout the necks with
snakes vert, on a chief of the 2nd three bugle horns of the first.
Crest — A boy's head as in the arras, hanging from the neck a
bugle horn as in the arms. 3io£«o— Ascrhe Uan Diegel ei
Pherchen.

Seats — Dillington, near Ilminster; and Lanelay, near Car-
diff.



liEE OF DINAS POWIS.

Lee, Hej.'kt Heebeet, Esq. of Dinas Powis, co.
Glamorgan, J. P., Major-Gen. (retired), late R.E..
h. 4 Oct. 1838; m. 16 Sept. 1873, Constance Marj
(■who d. 11 April, 1890), dau. of the late George
Lyall, Esq. of Hedley Park, Epsom, Surrey.

Xiineage. — The Lees of Dinas Powis descend from the
ancient family of Lee, of Lee Hall, co. Chester, of which the
Earls of Lichfield were a branch. The arms were confirmed
to their ancestor, Thomas Lee, of the City of London, by
"WiDiam Flower Norroy, 25 Oct. 1583, and 25th year of the
reign of Queen Elizabeth.

Henry Lee, Merchant, of Hull, and at one time Mayor of
that town, m. Catherine Freeman, great-grand-aunt of the 1st
Lord Brougham, and had issue, Henry ; Thomas, Capt. E.N.,
lost at sea 1770, while in command of the "Aurora" frigate;
Catherine, m. Sir Arthur Clarke, Bart, of Snailwell, and d. 24
Oct. 1792. The elder son,

TuE Rev. Henry Lee, Vicar of Willoughby-with-Wolfham-
cote, CO. Warwick, 6. 1727 ; m. Margaret, dau. of Edward
Hurst, Esq. of Upton, Bucks, and sister of William Hurst,
E^c).. High Sheriff CO. Glamorgan 177C; d. 1768, and was «. by
his son,

liE.NBY Lee, Esq., 6. 1753, J. P. and D.L. ; m. May, 1779,
Sarah, only dau. of the Rev. Samuel Roberts, of Salisbury,
and dying Dec. 1832, left (with three daus., Sarah Margaretta,
m. Dec. 1798, Thomas Lane Thompson, Esq. of Blackheath ;
Arthuretta Clarke ; and Anna Maria) an only son,

Edward Herbert Hawke Li;e, Esq. of Dinas Powis, J.P.
and D.L., b. Oct. 1786; m. June, 1810, Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of
Thomas Thompson, Esq. of London, and dying Jan. 1862, left
by her (who d. April, 1811) an only son,

Rev. Henry Thomas Lee, M.A., for 25 years Vicar of Hel-
houghton with South Raynham, and Rural Dean, b. 21 April,
1811; m. 23 Aug. 1837, Catherine Frances, 5tli dau. of James
Thomas Broadwood, Esq. of Lyne House, Surrey, and dying
29 Jan. 1877, at Dinas Powis, left issue,

I. Henby Hebbebt, present representative of the family.

II. John Kubcrt, late of the Bombay infantry.

III. Francis Ashmore, d. 1846.

IV. Edward Broadwood, d. 1851.

V. Augustus Chailes (Ilev.), M.A., Vicar of Lugwardine,
Hereford, 6. 1847.

I. Mary Anne Elizabeth, d. 1847.

II. Barbara Stewart, in. Jan. 1878, E. Craster, Esq., late
B.C.S., and d. Nov. 1879, leaving a son. Herbert Henry.

in. Charlotte Mary, m. 26 Oct. 1809. Wi.liam Fitzgerald, 3rd
son of Hon. and Rev. Keneim Digby, of Tittleshall Rectory,
Norfolk, and has issue, a son, Keneim, and three daus.,
Alice, Catherine, Bertha.

IV. Sophia, m. April, 1874, Charles Ed. Coffey, Major R.A.

V. Katharine Margaret.

Aiins — Arg., on a chevron engrailed between three leopards'
lieads sa. a crescent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a
leopard's head sa. Motto — Fortiter sed suaviter.

lie.sid.ence — The Blount, Dinas Powis, Cardiff, co. Gla-
morgan.



LEE OF GROVE HALL.

Lee, William Feedeeick, of Grove Hall, co.
York, J.P. for W.R., co. York, Capt. and Hon.



Major Yorkshire Dragoons Yeo. Cav., h. 22 Feb.
1857; m. 25 April, 1881, Eenee Elizabeth, eldest
dau. of Sir Lionel Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington,
Bart., of Cbevet Park, Wakefield, and has issue,

I. Richard Thomas, b. 28 Nov. 1884; d. 9 April, 1886.

II. Charles Frederick, 6. 2 July, 1887.

III. Michael Philip Edward.

I. Hilda Renee. ii. Diana Marian.

III. Doris Sophia. iv. Phyllis Aimee.

v. Joan Margaret.

Lineage.— Thomas Lee, of Leeds, 6. 1695; m. Mary
Rereby, 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 P'errers, Solicitor and Attorney-
General to George III. ; v. William, d. s. p. ; vi. John,
d. s.p.; vii. Jonathan, d. s. p. 1731; viii. Joseph, d. s. p. ;
also two daus., Sarah and Hannah, who both d. unm. 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
Knaresborough; II. Robert, d. 10 Sept. 1762; in. Ricuabd,
of whose line we treat ; i. Margaret, d. unm. The 3rd son,

EicHABD Lee, Esq. of Leeds, in. Jane, dau. of William
Fonton, Esq. of Carr House, co. York, by whom he had,

William, of whom hereafter.

James, of Retford, J.P. for co. Nottingham, m. 1st, Caroline,
dau. of James Meyrick, Esq., by whom he had a dau., Anne.
He in. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Henry Verelst, Esq. of Aston
Hall. CO. York, and relict of Richard Sutton, Esq. of West
Retford House, Notts.

Thomas, d. s. p. Richard, d. s. p.

Leonard, m. Miss 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, m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Ikin,
Esq., and sister to Thomas B. Crosse, Esq. of Shaw Hill, co.
Lancaster, formerly M.P. for Wigan. He d. April, 1862.
Margaret Jane, 6. March, 1768; to. Archibald Paris, Esq.,
late of Beech Hill Park, Middlesex, by whom she had
sons and four daus.
Mr. Lee d. aged 85. His eldest son,

William Lee, Esq., 6. 11 Dec. 1767 ; m. 1792, Sophia, 2nd
dau. of Sir Thomas Wentworth Blackett, Bart, of Bretton Hall,
CO. York, through which lady (who d. 1862) Mr. Lee became
possessed of the estate of Grove HaU. He had issue,
Wentworth, d. s. p.
Richard Thomas, his heir.
Sophia, m. let, Rev. William Verelst, of Aston HaU, co.

York : and 2ndly, Lieut. -Col. Hay.
Harriet Mary. Caroline.

Jane, m. 1825, E. E. Beaumont, Esq. of Darficld, near
Barnsley, J.P. and D.L., who d. 1878, leaving issue.
Mr. Lee d. 1837, and was s. by his son,

Richabd Thomas Lee, Esq. of Grove HaU, co. York, J. P., b.
10 May, 1808; m. 1 Sept. 1853, Louisa Elizabeth, 2nd dau. and
co-heir of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Andrew Pilkington, K.C.B., of
Catsfleld Place, co. Sussex, and had issue,

I. William Fbedebick, now of Grove Hall.

II. Richard Kenneth, b. Jan. 1863; m. Martha, only dau. of
the late — Liebensteen, Esq. of New York, and has one
dau.

I. Alice Sophia, deceased.

II. Georgina Mary, m. 8 Oct. 1874, Mathew Amcott-Wilson,
eldest son of Mathew Wharton Wilson, and grandson of Sir
Mathew Wilson, Bart, of Eshton Hall, and has issue, three
sons and four daus.

III. iana Louisa, m. Charles M. Rose, youngest son of Sir
Philip Rose, Bart, and has issue, two daus.

IV. Florence Maria, in. Rev. Charles Page Eden, Vicar Gf
Catsfield, Battle, and has issue, three sons and one dau.

Mr. Lee d. 18 Feb. 1878.

Seat — Grove Hall, Knottingley, co. York.



LEE OF HARTWELL.

Lee, Edwaed Dyke, Esq. of Hartwell, co.
Bucks, and of Totteridge Park, co. Herts, J.P.,
Colonel 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire Light Lifantry, b.
16 Sept. 1843 ; s. to the entailed estates of his
paternal uncle, John Lee, Esq., LL.D., 1866.

Lineage. — it is stated that this family, one of great
antiquity, is an off-shoot of Lee, or Legh, of High Legh and
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 su long a series, viz., upwards



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of 500 years, such an unbroken possession of an estate, which
has never lieen 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 3^des Hartwelliana, by Capt. Smith, E.S.F.,
D.C.L., and F.R.S., or Lipscomb's History of the County of
Buckingham.

Thomas Lbe, Esq. of Hartwell, co. Bucks (eldest son of
Thomas Lee, Esq. of Moreton and Hanwell, by Elizabeth his
wife, dau. of Sir George Croke) was created a Bart. Iti 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,
d had issue,

I. Thomas, his successor.

1. William (Sir), Lord Chief Justice of England, and a Privy
Councillor, m. 1st, Anne, dau. of Mr. Goodwin, of Bury, and
bad 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 Fre and Seigneury of Melesches,
Jersey; Louisa; and Sophia) a son,
William, who, in pursuance of the will of Mr. Antonie, of
Colworth, CO. Bedford, took the name of Antonie.
Sir William Lee, m. 2ndly, Margaret, relict of Mr. Melmoth,
and dau. of Koger Drake, Esq., but by that lady had no
issue.

III. John, Col. in the Guards, m. 1st, a dau. of Sir Thomas
Hardy. Knt. ; and 2ndly, Mary Browne, of ArUey, co. Bed.
lord. By the latter (who m. 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. Lced. 17G0.

IV. George (Sir), LL.D., a Privy Councillor, one of the Lords
of the Admiralty, and Treasurer to H.R.H. the Princess
Dowager of Wales, m. Judith, dau. of Humphrey Morice,
Esq. ; but dying without issue, 18 Dec. 1758, left his fortune
to his nephew. Sir WiUiam 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., m. Elizabeth, dau.

and heir of Thomas Sandys, Esq., and had issue,
William, his heir. Thomas.

Anne, m. George Vernon, Esq., created 1562, Lord Vernon,
of Kinderton.

He d. Dec. 1749, and was s. by his son,

SiE William Lee, Bart. This gentleman devoted himself
to the improvement of his seat at Hartwell, displaying great
taste in his manner of planting and laying out the grounds,
and his additions to the mansion house, the east and south
fronts of which he rebuilt. He also rebuilt the parish church,
to which his uncles contributed, viz., the Lord Chief Justice,
£1000, and Sir George Lee, £500. Sir William m. 1763, Laiiy
Elizabeth Harcourt, dau. of Simon, Earl of Harcourt, and had
issue.



William, b. 1764
Geobge.



M, b. 17641
;, b. 1767 J



successive Baronets.



He d. 6 July, 1799, and was s. by his elder son.

Sir William Lee, who, adopting a military life, was Lieut. -
Col. of the 16th Lfght Dragoons, in which he served several
campaigns in Germany. Exchanging into the 25th Light
Dragoons, he went, in May, 1800, to join that regiment in
Madras, and dying there 7 Feb. 1801, unm., was s. by his
brother.

Sir George Lee, Bart., Rector of Hartwell, and Vicar of
Beachampton. He was distinguished by his benevolence to
the poor, and having studied the science of medicine, was
their gratuitous physician. He d. unm. 1827, when the
baronetcy expired, and the estates devolved, by Sir George's
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 supra, who was son of the
Eight Hon. Sir William Lee, Chief Justice of England, 2nd
son of Sir Thomas Lee, 2nd Bart, of Hartwell. This Dr. Lee,
of Hartwell, Bucks, J.P. and D.L., b. 28 April, 1783, s. his
maternal uncle, William Lee Antonie, Esq , and assumed,
imder that gentleman's will, the surname of Lee, in lieu of
his patronymic, Fiott. To the Hartwell property he s. by the
bequest of his kinsman, the Kev. Sir George Lee, 6th Bart.
Mr. Lee was several times a candidate for the representation
of the county. Dr. Lee's brother, the Kev. Nicholas Fiott,
Vicar of Edgeware, assumed by royal letters patent the family
name of Lee, iu accordance with the will of Antonie Lee, Esq.



of Colworth Park, Bedford, and Totteridge Park, Herts, as
heir to the entailed estates. He m. Harriet Jenner, 2nd dau.
of Sir Percyrall Hart Dyke, Bart., of LullLngston Castle, Kent,
and had issue,

Lee Peectvale, who d. 1858.

Edward, now of Hartwell House and Totteridge Park.

Louisa, in. Feb. 1865, William R. Luard, Esq.

Harriet Sarah.

Philadelphia Bruce, m. Oct. 1876, Lieut.-Col. Llebert Edward
Goodall, late 5Sth Regt.. only son of the Rev. J. J. Goodall,
M.A., of Dinton HaU, Bucks.

Fanny Charlotte.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, az., two bars or, a bend
chequy of the last and gu. ; 2nd and 3rd, az., on a chevron
between three lozenges or, an anchor sa. Crests — 1st, A bear
passant sa. muzzled, and chain reflexed over the back arg. ;
2n(i, A demi-horse rampant arg., charged on the shoulder with
a fleur-de-lis for difference. Mottoes — Verum alque decens:
and Malgre I'injustice.

Seals — Hartwell House, Aylesbury, Bucks; and Totteridge
Park, Barnet, Herts.

C/tiis— Carlton, White's, and Pratt's.



liEE-NOKMAN OF COEBOLLIS.

Lee - NoEMAN, Luke Alexandee, Esq. of
CorboUis, co. Louth, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
18S1, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 7 April, 1839 ;
m. 30 Dec. 1873, Frances Charlotte, dau. of the
late Eev. Francis Hewson, of Dunganstown, co.
Wicklow, and has issue,

I. Alexander Henry, 6. 14 March, 1876.

II. Francis Thomas, b. 10 Sept. 1887.
I. Geraldine Mary.

Mr. Lee-Norman is the only son of the late
Alexander Norman, Esq., Q.C., {see Noeman, of
Glengollan), by Charlotte Sarah, his wife, dau. of
of Robert Law, Esq. of Dublin. He s. his cousin,
Thomas Lee-Noeman, Esq. of CorboUis, who was
son of Thomas Lee, Esq. (son of William Lee,
Esq., by Elizabeth Lucas, his wife, and grandson
of Robert Lee, Esq., by Margaret Patten his wife),
who m. Sarah, eldest dau. of Rev. Thomas Nor-
man, of La gore, and granddau. of Robert Norman,
Esq., M.P. for Derry {see Noeman of Glengollan) .

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a chevron between three
lions faces gu. for Norman; 2nd and 3rd, a chev



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