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lly, Esq. of Castle Kelly, co. Gal-
way, andd. in Oct. 1830. Harriet.
Lucy, VI. 20 Feb. 1834, Phipps Vansittirt Onslow, Esq. of
Broadwas Court, near Worcester, and is decea.sed.

Mr. Moseley dying 1827, aged 62, was s. by his only son,

Walter Moselet, Esq. of Buildwas, High Sheriff 1833, h.
8 Feb. 1801; m. 11 April, 1829, Elizabeth Sarah, 4th dau. of
S. E. Steward, Esq. of Mytoa House, co. Warwick, and has

Walter, of Buildwas.

Herbert Henry, b. 21 May, 1835 ; d. 10 May, 1863.

Edtt^n Samuel, b. 3 Dec. 1838 ; m. 12 Jan. 1875, Esmay Mary,
dau, of K, Cruise, E.sq,. and rf. 12 Deo, 1878, leaving issue,
three sons, Hebbekt Richard, now of Buildwas, Charles
Henry, 6. 10 Jan. 1878; Edwyn Francis Walter, 6. 23 June,

Henry John, b. 22 Oct, 1846 ; d. 24 April, 1879.

Catherine Frances, d. 23 July, 1873,

Mary Augusta. Lucy Emma Laura.

Mr. Moseley d. 19 April, 1850, and was s. by his eldest son,

Walter Moselet, Esq. of Buildwas, J. P. and D.L,, educated
at Eton and Trin, Coll, O-x^ford, b. 11 Feb. 1832; m. 8 Sept.
1864, Maria Katherine, youngest dau. of the Eev. Richard
Anderson, of The Grange, Eedale, co. York, and d. 11 July,
1887. His widow d. in 1839.

.^rm^— Quarterly : Ist and 4th sa., a chevron between three
mill-picks arg. : 2nd and 3rd gu., two lions pa.ssant arg.
between nine crosses-crosslet fitchee or. Crest— An eagle dis-
played erm. Motto — Honorate diligite timete,

.S'tafs— Buildwas Park, near Shrewsbury, and Buildwas
Abbey, Iron Bridge, co, Salop,


MosLET, Aethce Eowland, Esq, of Eurnaston
House, CO. Derby, Capt. 6th Dragoous, A.D.C. to
Gov. and Com.-in-Chief, Malta, h. 8 May 1862, s.
liis father 1888.

Lineage.— Ashton Nicholas Moslet, Esq. of Park Hill,
CO. Derby, J.P. and D.L., youngest son of Sir John Parker

Mo.sley, 1st Bart, of Ancoals, 6. 31 March, 17C8 ; m. 10 Aug.
1790, Mary, dau, of Edward Moreley, Esq. of Horseley, relict,
1st, of William Elliot, Esq. of Derby, 2ndly, of Joseph Bird,
Gent, of Loughborough, and 3rdly, of Sir Edward Every, 3rd
Bart, of Eggington. By her (who d. 9 Feb. 1826) Mr. Mosley
had issue,

Ashton Nicholas Evert, his heir.

Emma Penelope, m. 21 Deo. 1824, Rev. Francis Ward Spils-
bury, of Wellington, co. Derby, and by him (who d. 1bG4)
had issue.

Mr. Mosley d. 1830, and was s. by his only son,

AsHTON Nicholas Evert Mosley, Esq. of Burnaston
House, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1835, 6. 21 Nov. 1792;
m. 14 Feb. 1820, Mary Theresa, only dau. and heiress of
William Stables, Esq. of Hemsworth, co. York, and d. 4 Oct.
1875, having by her (who d. 21 June, 18C9) had issue,

AsHTON, of Burnaston House.

Arthur, 95th Foot, b. 6 May, 1822; d. 1844.

Godfrey Goodman, Kate Lieut. 7th Royal Fusiliers, b. 8 June,
1826 ; d. 15 Aug. 1862.

Rowland, of whom hereafter.

Edward Nicholas, Capt. 77th Regt., b. 1839; t^. 28 Jan.

Mary Theresa, d. 1350. Isabel.

Emma Jane. Penelope Sophia.

Frances. Evelyn, d. 1844.

The eldest son,

AsHTON MosLET, Esq. of Burnaston House, co. Derby,
J.P. and D.L., co. Derby, and J.P. co. Stafford, late Capt.
60th Rifles, and Col. Commanding 5th Batt. Derbyshire Regt.,
b. 5 Feb. 1821 ; and d. 15 May, 1887, v.nm. and was s. by his

Rev. Rowland Mosley, of Burnaston House, Rector of
Eggington, Burton-on-Trent, co. Derby, b. 19 March, 1830 ; m.
23 Nov. 1858, Jane Charlotte Rose, 2nd dau. of Henry Every,
Esq. of Beaumont Lodge, Windsor, and the Hon. Caroline
Flower his wife, 2nd dau. of Viscount Ashbrook, and by her
(who d. 1874) had issue,

I. Arthur Rowland, now of Burnaston House.

II. Godfrey, b. 15 June, 1863.

in. Ashton Edward, b. 24 Oal. 1868.

IV. Wilfrid, 6. 25 April, 1872.

I. Theresa Jane. ii. Helena Rose, (Z. 15 July, 1874.

III. Mildred Isabel. iv. Jane Charlotte, c<. 23 Dec. 1867.

V. Sibyl. VI. Adeline. vii. Jane.

The Rev. Mr. Mosley d. 22 July, 1888, and was s. by his

,(4i*i)).s— Quarterly : 1st and 4th sa., a chevron between three
mill-picks arg. ; 2nd and 3rd or, a fesse between three eaglets
displayed sa. Crest — An eagle displayed erm. Motto — Mos
legem regit.

Scat — Burnaston House, Etwall, Derby.


MosMAif, Hugh, Esq. of Auchtyfardle, co. Lan-
ark, J.P. and D.L., formerly an oiBcer in the 13th
Light Dragoons, h. 13 July, 1829 ; m. 13 July, 1858,
Helen Barbara, dau. of Alexander Chancellor, Esq.
of Shieldhill, and by her (who d. 30 July, 1866) had

I. HcGH, 6. 27 Oct. 18C0.

II. Alexander Chancellor, b. 5 March, 1863.

III. Allan William, b. 6 July, 1S66.

I. Helen Hamilton. ii. Catherine Farie.

Lineage. — Allan Mosman, a land owner in the co. of
Roxburgh 15.32, was ancestor in the tenth degree of the present
proprietor of Auchtyfardle, all the representatives of the family
bearing the Christian name of Hugh.

Hugh Mosman, ra. 1st, Miss Robertson, and 2ndly, Miss
Balfour, and had,

I. Hugh, of whom hereafter.

II. John, Merchant in Edinburgh, acquired the lands of
Canaan, near that city, entailed them, and rf. ,i, p.

III. William, left two sons, 1 John, Merchant in London,
heir of entail to his uncle 1788; 2 William, Merchant in
Newcastle, heir of entail to his elder brother 1797, Tlio
Canaan property, on the failure of heirs, reverted to the
Auchtyfardle family.

The eldest son,

Hugh Mosman, Writer in Edinburgh, m. 1755, Cecilia, dau.
of William Bertram, of Nisbet and Kersewall. They were both
killed 20 Jan. 1773, by the fail of their house in Gosford's
Close, Edinburgh, leaving a son.

Huoa Mosman, of Auchtyfardle, which he acquired in 1784,





was Convener of the CO. of Lanark, '/it. 17S4, Anne, dau. of Adam
Kennedy, of Eomanno, and dj-ing in 1828, was .«. by his son,

IIcGH MosMAN, of Auclityfardle, D.L. and J. P., an officer in
the 57th Rcgt , m. Catherine, dau. of James Farie, of i arme,
CO. Lanark, and d. 8 Nov. 1864, leaving issue,

ITcGH, now of Auchtvfardle.

William, 6. 6 May, 1p31.

Jane Scott, m. 1«5G, Alexander Jam ieson, Esq., O.A., and d.

Anne Kennedy, d. unm. 1880. Catherine.

Armf—Az., a chevron between three oak trees or. Crest — A
hand holding a closed book ppr. Motto — Me meliora

Seat — Auchtylardle, near Lesmahagow, X.B.


MoTT, JoHTT Stanley, Esq. of Barningliain Hall,
:iSrorfolk, J.P., late Major P.W.O. Norfolk Artillery
Militia, b. 10 Jan. 1838 ; m. 8 June, 1867, Cordelia
Eupbemia, 3rd dau. of Sir Norman Macdonald
Xockhart, 3rd Bart, of The Lee, co. Lanark, and
by her (who d. June, 1872) has issue,

Thekesa Caroline, 6. 29 April, 1868.

Lineag'e. — The Motts were an old Essex family, and had
Jands at Shalford and other parishes in that co. in 1375.

Thomas Mott, of Braintree, jii. Alice Mead, and had two
isons John and Mark. Mark, the 2nd son, and ultimately heir
to Thomas Mott, bought the estate of Sherne Hall, in Shalford,
an 1.599. He was granted a crest and a confirmation of arms
by William Segar, Garter, 1615 (the same arms and crest being
now borne by the family). He d. 1637, and was buried at
Braintree. The immediate ancestor of the family,

Edmund Mott, Esq., some time of Caldecott, and afterwards
•of Stiffkey, Norfolk, under age 2 Nov. 1624, m. Abigail, dau.
of Luke Constable, Esq. of Swaffham, J. P., and sister of Jane,
•Constable, wife of Robert Brady, M.D., Master of Caius Coll.
Camb., and of Susan Constable, wife of Thomas Caton, Esq.
•of Thorpe Abbots. He made his will 12 Jan. 1674, and rf.
within the year, leaving issue,

I. Edmund, his heir. ii. Luke, M.D., d. 1682.

I. Ann, m. 1st, Martin Cobbe, Gent, of Burnham Nor-
ton, and 2ndly, 1693, Eev. Thomas Groome, M.A.,
Rector of Burnham Deepdale, by the latter of whom she
left a son,
Rev. Thomas Gkoome, M.A., Rector of Burnham West-
gate, m. 7 Oct. 1725, Ann, dau. of Thomas Shuckforth,
Cent, of Saham Toney, and left an only dau.,
Ann Gboome, m. Thomas Vebtue, Esq. of Burnham
Overy (son of Rev. James Vertue, M.A., Rector of
Feltwell St. Nicholas, Norfolk, nephew maternally of
Thomas Greene, D.D., Bishop of Ely), and d. 21 Jan.
1766, leaving a dau. Ann, m. Rev. Castres Donne,
Vicar of Loddon, first cou.sin to the poet Cowper, and
a son. Thomas Vertue, of whom presently, as successor
to the Mott estates.

The eldest sob,

Edmund Mott, M.D. , m. Mary, dau. of Robert Blyford,
<jrent. of Bumham Overy, and relict of John Thruston, Esq.
of Hoxne, and d. 3 Feb. 1699, leaving a son,

John Mott, M.D., of Weston Market, Suffolk, who assumed
the surname and arms of Thecston in lieu of those of Mott,
under the will of his half-brother, .Tohn Thruston, Esq., and
■d. v.nm. 18 May, 1776, aged 77, having devised his property to
his cousin,

Thomas Veetue, Esq. of Town Barningham, Norfolk, M.A.,
■who assumed the surname and arms of Mott, and d. 31
Dec. 1788. He m. 17 Feb. 1784, Frances, dau. of Rev. Robert
Cremer, M.A., and by her (who m. 2ndly, Rev. Robert Rolfe,
B.A., uncle of Lord Cranworth) had an only surviving son
and heir,

John Thruston Mott, Esq. of Barningham Hall, Norfolk,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1800, 6. 17 Nov. 1784 ; to. 11 April,
1808, Sophia, dau. of Henry Partridge, Esq. of Cromer, Norfolk,
and had issue,

John Thomas, his heir.

Henry Jacob, b. 22 Nov. 1313 ; d. 28 Sept. 1839.

Augustus Charles, 6. 10 June, 1819; d. March, 1839.

Sophie Sarah, m. 18 Dec. 1832, Rev. Robert Jervis Coke
Alderson, youngest son of Robert Alderson. Esq., Recorder
of Norwich ; d. 22 Nov. 1838.

Katherine F'rances, 6.1815. Lucy Charlotte, b. 1820.

Mr. Mott d. 12 Sept. 1847, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Thomas Mott, Esq. of Barningham Hall, Norfolk,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1861, 6. 13 March, 1809; m. 1

July, 1833, Caroline, dau. of William Sloane Stanley, Esq. of
Paultons, Hants, by the Lady Gertrude Howard, hia wife,
dau. of Frederick, 5th Earl of Carlisle, and had issue,
John Stanley, now of Barningham Hall.
Gertrude Sophia, b. 18 Sept. 1841.

Harriet Elizabeth, h. 1 Sept. 1843; to. June, 1863, Major
Fiennes Cornwallis, who d. 23 April, 1867, aged 35, leaving
issue, Fiennes Stanley (Linton Place, Kent), b. 27 May,
1864 ; Arthur Wykeham, b. 24 April, 1865 ; Helen :
Florence ; Caroline Vere.
Frederica Lucy, b. 23 March, 1846; m. Nov. 18C7, Rev.
Henry Berners Upcher, Rector of Ashwell, co. Rutland,
and has Constance, 6. 25 Aug. 1868 ; Howard Berners, 6.
11 Jan. 1870; and other issue.
Laura Caroline Josephine, b. IS May, 1848; d. 1852.

Mr. Mott d. 9 April, 1384.

Arms — Sa., a crescent arg. Crests — An estoile of eight points
arg. Jl/o^to— Si>ectemur agendo.
Seat — Barningham Hall, Hanworth, Norfolk.
Club — St. James's.


MoTJBEAT, William Hknky Halloweli, Caekw,
Esq. of Cockairnie and Otterston, co. Fife, J.P.,
Capt. 1st batt. Eojal Highlanders (Black Watch),
h. 17 Nov. 1852 ; m. 16 Oct. 1888, Marie Jeanne,
eldest dau. of Henry Charles Beyerle, Esq. of
Cairo, Egypt.

Lineag'e. — Philip de Mowbbat, 2nd son of Nigel de
Slowbray, and brother of William de Mowbray, ancestor of
the Dukes of Norfolk, m. Galiena, dau. of Waldeve, Earl of
Dunbar, and with her acquired considerable property, par-
ticularly the baronies of Barnbougle, Dalmeney, and Inver-
keithing. He was Ambassador to England 1215 and 1220, to
treat of the marriage of King Alexander II. with tlie Princess
Joan. He had two sons, Roger and Nigel.

Roger de Moubrat, the elder son, in a charter to the
church of Soltray, confirmed to the abbey of Jedburgh the
donation of the church which Waldeve, the son of Cospatrick,
"my grandfather" (avus meus), made to the abbey.

Galfrid de Moubrat, the next on record, one of the Mag-
nates Sootise from 1287 to 1294, m. the 2nd dau. of Red John
Cumyn, Justiciary of Scotland, sister of Black John Cumyn,
who m. Marjory, sister of Jonh Baliol, King of Scotland.
They had issue five sons. The 4th son.

Sir Philip de Moubrat, fell with King Edward Bruce at
the battle of Dundalk 1318. He was father of Philippa be
Moubrat, designated dau. and heir of Sir Philip de Moubray
in a regal charter 3 Aug. 1364. She m. Sir Bartholomew de
L«en, a foreign kniglit, and had a son and heir, David Moubrat,
whose descendant.

Sir David Moubrat, of Barnbougle, was served heir of
Philip, his father, 9 March, 1466-7. He was father of two sons,
John, of Dalmeny (whose granddau. and heir, Barbara Mou-
bray, only child of Sir John Moubray, of Barnbougle, to. Robert
Bartoun, son of Sir Robert Bartoun, of Over-Bartoun, High
Treasurer of Scotland; Robert Bartoun assumed the surname
of Moubray), and William. The 2nd son,

William Moubrat, of Cockairnie, had a charter of the lands
of Cockairnie and part of the barony of Inverkeithing from
his nephew. Sir John Moubray, of Barnbougle, wherein he is
designed "Sir John's beloved uncle on the father's side," dated
24 Sept. 1511. His descendant,

Robert Moubrat, of Cockairnie, 6. 1639; m. 166G, Margaret,
dau. of George Bruce, Esq. of Minnesswood, and d. 1681,
leaving, with other issue, two sons, i. John, his successor;
II. Robert, father of Robert Moubrat, of the Bush and
Castlelaw, co. Edinburgh, whose eldest dau. and heir, Jean
Moubrat, to. 1748, Archibald Trotter, Esq., 2nd son of Alex-
ander Trotter, Esq. of Kettleshicl, co. Berwick. The elder soa
of Robert Moubray,

John Moubray, Esq. of Cockairnie, is mentioned in Nisbet's
Heraldry as undoubted heir in a direct and uninterrupted
male line of William Moubray, of Cockairnie, who had the
charter of these lands from his nephew. Sir John Moubray,
of Barnbougle, 1511. He m. Margaret, dau. of Rev. John
Minnaird, Minister of East Calder, and granddau. and heir of
Robert Wellwood, Esq. of Tough and Wkitfield, by whom he
had, with other issue,

Robert, his successor.

John, who had issue, two ."(ons and three daus., 1 John,
whose only child, Anne Cockerall Moubray, m. James
Trail Hall, Esq. of Dublin, Barrister-at-Law ; 2 William ;

4 z 2





I Margaret, m. Walter Ross, Esq. ; 2 Magdalen ; 3 Jane,
77!. James Campbell, Esq.

John Moubray djMng 1732, was s. by his eldest son,
RoBEET MouBRAT, Esq. of Cockairnie, 6. 1 Jan. 1700; m.

1726, his cousin, Mary, ouly child of James Dudgeon, Esq.

of Inverkeithing, and had issue, John, Capt. R.M., who il. ;

Robert, successor to his father; James; George, Lieut. R.N.,

/>i. Miss Toby, and had issue; Elizabeth, to. John Black, Esq. ;

Mary, m. Alexander Sutherland, Esq., and had issue. Mr.

Moubray was s. at his decease 1779, by his eldest surviving

Robert Moubrat, Esq. of Cockairnie, m. 1773, Arabella,

(lau. of Thomas Hussey, Esq. of Wrexham, co. Denbigh (sister

of Lady Bickerton, and of Lieut. -Gen. Vcre Warner Hussey,

of Wood Walton, co. Huntingdon), and had two sons and cue


Robert (Sir>, his heir.

Richard Hcsset (Sib), a Rear-Admiral of the Red, K.C.B.,

(.-ce Hcsset).
Eleanor Maria Anna, m. James^ Stuart^ Esq. of Dunearn, co.


Robert Moubray, of Cockairnie, d. 1794, and was s. by his
eldest son.

Sir Robert Mocbrat, Knt., K.H., of Cockairnie House, co.

Fife, a D.L. and J. P. for that co., Licut.-Col. in the army,

t>. 16 Dec. 1774; m. Sept. 1807, Laura, 4th dau. of William

llobson, Esq. of Markfield Middlesex, and had issue,

Robert Frederick North Bickerton, his heir.

Richard Hussey Charles, Capt. 1st Madras Liglit Cavalry, b.

26 May, 1810; d. 20 April, 1843.
William Hobson, successor to his brother.
Edward, Maj.-Gen. R.A., b. 7 April, 182,i: m. 30 April,
I(S67, Adelaide Lucy Katherine, 3rd dau. of George Marion,
Esq. of Capernwray.
Ann. Jane Laura.

Adeline Frances, m. 1845, H. W. AUfrey, Esq. of Hemming-

ford House, co. Warwick, J. P., and d. 1855, leaving issue.

Emily, m. F. W. Allfrey, Esq, of Silwood Lodge, Berks.
Ellen. Clara, m. David Henry Lee, Esq.

Sir Robert d. 1848, and was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Frederick North Bickerton Moubray, Esq. of

Cockairnie, J.P., 6. 21 July, 1807, and d. 31 March, 1875,

when he was s. by his next surviving brother,
William Hobson Modbrat, Esq. of Cockairnie and Otter-

ston, J.P. and D.L.,Comm. R.N.,6. 28 Aug. 1818 ; m. 1st, 16 Dec.

1846, Selina Mary Anne, dau. of John Bonfoy Rooper, Esq. of

Abbots Ripton Hall, co. Huntingdon, M.P. , and had issue,

I. William Henry Hallowell Cabew, now of Cockairnie
and Otterston.

I. Constance Elizabeth.

II. Mary Frances, m. 1874, George Gray Stuart Phillipps,
Esq., and has issue.

III. Clara Harriet I'hillippa. iv. Emily Louisa.
He m,2ndly, 1857, Adeline Hannah, only dau, of Capt, Babing-
ton, of Madras Cavalry, and had issue,

11, Beauchamp St. John, Lieut. R.N.
HI. Arthur. iv. Edward Herbert, Lieut, R,N.

V. Leslie. vi. Alfred. vii. Ernest. viii. Percy.
V. Adeline, m. 1881, James Oliver, Esq., and has issue.
Ti. Laura.
Mr. Moubray d. 1S85.

AriM — Gu., a lion rampant arg. royally crowned or. Crest
— A demi-lion rampant arg. Moitots — Over the crest, Forti-
tudine ; under the arms. Let the deed show. Supporters —
Dexter, a man in Court dress; sinister, a woman habited ppr.

Seats— OttcTston, and Cockairnie House, Aberdour, near
Burntisland, co. Fife.

Cit'Jjs — Army and Navy, S.W. ; and New, Edinburgh.


Mounset-Heysham, George William, Esq. of
C;i5tletown, CO. Cumberland, J.P. and D.L. High
Sheriff, 1893, M.A., b. 3 April, 1831 ; m. 15 Aug.
1861, Agnes, dau. of I. S. Cope, Esq., and has issue,

I. George Arthcr, Capt. 4th batt. Border Regt., b. 25
May, 1862.

II. Robert Cecil, Capt. Shropshire L.I., b. 21 June, 1867.
I. Agnes Edith. ii. Millicent. iii. Sibyl.

ilr. George William Mounsey assumed the addi-
tional surname of Heysham by royal licence in
May, 1871.

Lineage, — Rev. Robert Modnsey, of Ravenstonedale,

Westmorland (son of George Mounsey, of Heltondale, West-
morland), m. Mary Winter, of Tebay, in the same co,, and
had issue, George; Robert, of London; Mary; Elizabeth;
Anne, The eldest son,

George Modnsey, Esq, of Carlisle, hi. 1752, Margaret, dau_
of John Stephenson, Esq. of Carlisle, and by her (who d. 1807)
had issue, i, George Stephenson, Major H.E,LC,S., d. unm.;
II. Robert, of whom presently ; in, John d. umn. ; iv.
William, Post-Capt. R.N. ; v. Thomas; vi. Henry, of London,
<^ unm. ; vii. James, m. Anne Ewart: i. Barbara,™. Thomas
Ramsh.ay, of Naworth ; ii. Mary, d. unm. ; ui. Margaret, m.
James Dundas ; iv. Elizabeth, in. John Gray ; v, Ann, c(, warn. ^.
VI. Dorothea, m. Christopher Thornhill. The 2nd son,

Robert Modnsey, Esq. of Castletown, to. 23 Nov. 1789,
Mary, dau. of Capt. Joseph Gill, of Carlisle, and by her (who
d. 1849; had issue,

George Gill, of whom presently.

William Henry, late Capt. 4th Regt., d. 3 Dec. 1877.

Robert, d. iuini. Joseph, d. unm.

Margaret, d. unm.

Juliana, m. John Lambert, Esq. of Alnwick.

JIary, d. unm. Anna, m. Thomas Brown, Esq.

Elizabeth, 7(1.. Monsieur Louis L'Hcrmiuier, Paris,

Jane, d. U7im.

Mr, Mounsey d. 26 July, 1842, His eldest son,

George Gill Modnsey, Esq, of Castletown, Cumberland,
6. 27 May, 1797; m. 6 Sept. 1827, Isabella, dau. of John Hey-
sham, M.D,, of Carlisle, and by her (who d. 14 May, 1848) had.

I. Robert Heysham, his heir,

II. George William Mounsey-Heysham, now of Castle-

III. John Giles, b. 22 Aug 1832 ; d. 20 Oct. 1890.

IV. Augustus Henry, b. 27 Aug. 1834, British Minister atj
S.anta F6 di Bogota, where he d. in 1882 ; in. 16 Dec. 1874,
Margaret Elizabeth Noyes, dau. of H. M. Bradhurst, Esq.
of New York, and had issue, one son and two rtaus.

V. Charles James, Lieut.-Gen., 6. 13 Dec. 1835; to. 3 Dec.
1862, Mary Tirzah, dau. of James Robert Grant, Esq. of
The Hill, Cumberland, and d. 19 June, 1893, leiving issue,
a son, Charles James Grant, b. 18 Dec. 1866.

I. Elizabeth Mary, d. 9 June, 1856.

II. Isabella Dorothea, m. 14 June, 1866, Robert Henry John
Heygate, Esq., 4th son of Sir William Heygate, Bart. o£
Roecliffe, co. Leicester.

Mr. Mounsey d. 23 Feb. 1874. His eldest son,

Robert Heysham Mounsey, Esq. of Castletown, 6. 20
July, 1828, d. unm. 20 April, 1881, and was s. by his brother,
George William Modnsey-Heysham, Esq., now of Castle-

Alius— Chcquy or and gu., on a chevron erm. two lions
passant counter-passant az. Crest — A demi-griflin gorged witl»
a wreath of oak, and holding with the claws a banner erect,
Motto — Semper paratus.

6'eafs— Castletown, near Carlisle, and Moss-Petrel, Brank-
some, near Bournemouth, co. Dorset.


Mount, William George, Esq, of Wasing Place,,
M.P. for South Berks, J.P. and D.L., Chairman of
Quarter Sessions for Berks, High Sheriff 1877,
M.A., BarVister-at-Law, h. 18 July, 1824 ; m. 28
Aug. 1862, Marianne Emily, 3rd dau. of Robert
Clutterbuck, Esq. of Watford House, co. Hertford,
and has had issue,

I. William Arthdr, b. 3 Aug. 186C.

II. Robert John, b. 15 Feb. 1868; d. 18 Oct. 1888.

III. George Talbot, 6. 28 Nov. 1870.

IV. Francis, 6, 8 July, 1872,

I. Elizabeth Mary Charlotte, b. 9 Feb. 1864.

II. Ethel Georgina, b. 29 July, 1865.

III. Alice, b. 29 July, 1869,

IV. Margaret Emily, b. 3 Oct. 1873.

V. Evelyn Maria, 6. 23 April, 1877.

VI. Winifred, b. 31 Aug, 1878,

Lineagre. — This family was originally from Kent. The
manor of Wasing, in early times a possession of the College of
Le Vaux, near Salisbury, was granted by Henry VIII. to Sir
Humphrey Forster,of Aldermaston. From the Forsters it passed
to the Blacknalls, and, with their heir, to the Verneys, and
from the Verneys was purchased by Mr. Coope, who disposed
of it in 1760 to John Mount (son of William Mount, by Mary
Huckell his wife). High Sheriff of Berks 1770, 6. July, 1725;
he m. 21 July, 1781, Jane Fletcher, and d. 12 July, 1786,
leaving a eon.





William JIount, Esq. of Wasing Place, m. 4 Oct. 1781, Jane,
dau. of William Page, Esq. of Poynters, Surrey, and d. 15 June,
1815, in his 63rd year, leaving by her (who d. 1842) an only

William Mount, Esq. of Wasing Place, J. P. and D.L.,
6. 1787, at one time M.P. for Newport, Isle of Wight, and
served as High Sheriff 1826, and was for many years Chairman
of the Newbury Bench of Magistrates. He m. 27 June, 1818,
Charlotte, 2nd dau. and co-heir of George Talbot, Esq. of
Temple Guiting, co. Gloucester, by Charlotte Elizabeth his wife,
dau. and co-heir of Rer. Thomas Drake, r>.l>., of Amersham,
and by her (who d. U Jan. 1879) had issue,

William, now of Wasing Place.

Francis John, M.A. Oxford, Archdeacon of Chichester.

Mary Anne Jane, d. unm. 6 Sept. 1892.

Charlotte Eliza, m. Rev. J. Le Mesurier, and d. 12 Jan. 1853.

Mr. Mount d. 10 April, 1869.

Motto — Prudenter et constanter.
Seat — Wasing Place, near Reading.
Club— Ca.rlton.


MouTRAT, Anketell, Esq. of Favour Eoyal, co.
Tyrone, D.L., J. P. for cos. Tyrone and Monaghan,
High Sheriff co. Tyrone 1877, b. 20 Aug. 184i; w.
1 July, 1873, Gertrude Madelina, 3rd surviving dau.
of the late Mathew I. Anketell, Esq. of Anketell
G-rove, co. Monaghan (by his wife, Catherine Anne
Erances, dau. of D. S. Ker, Esq., of Montalto, co.
Down), and has had issue,

I. John Corry, b. 31 Aug. 1878, d. 4 April, 1S79.

II. Anketell Gerald, 6. 5 Aug. 1882.

I. Anne Gwendoline Stella EUza, 6. 7 July, 1875.

Mr Moutray s. his father in 1886, under the will of
the late Anketell Moutray, Esq., eldest son of John
•Corry Moutray, Esq.

Xjineag'e. — John Moutrat, Esq. of Aghamoyles, alias
Favour Royal, co. Tyrone, m. Anne, dau. of Rev. Archibald
Erskine, and had a son,

James Moctrat, Esq. of Favour Royal, m. Deborah, dau. of
Henry Mervyn, Esq. of Trelick. His will bears date 12 March,
1718, proved 1719. He had (with two daus., Anne, wife of
George Gledstane, Esq., and Sarah, wife of Charles Stewart,
Esq. of Baillieboro") a son and heir,

James Modteat, Esq. of Favour Royal, in. 1698, Rebecca,
eldest dau. of James Corry, Esq. of Castlecoole, co. Ferma-
nagh, and was father of

John Moutray, 6. April, 1701 ; m. 1720, Elizabeth, dau. of
Alexander Montgomery, Esq. of Ballyleck, co. Monaghan, and
lad issue,

James, of Killibrick, d. s. p.
Anketell. of whom presently.

Leslie, of Killibrick, m. Jane, dau. of William Wray, Esq.
of Castle Wray, co. Donegal, and left issue.
John, of Favour Royal.
Mary, d. unm.

Eebecca, m. William Reafle, Esq.
Catherine, wife of Henry Wray, Esq.
Sarah, wife of Gerard Irvine, E?q.
Elizabell), m. Humphrey Jones, Esq. of Belturbet.

The 2nd son.

Rev. Anketell Moutray, of Favour Royal, iii. 1768, Cathe-
rine, eldest dau. of Thomas Singleto

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