Bernard Burke.

A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (Volume 2) online

. (page 104 of 392)
Online LibraryBernard BurkeA genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (Volume 2) → online text (page 104 of 392)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook

67, Joseph Daniel DickinsoH, Esq. of
Hillview, Canterbury, N.Z., late of 4th K.O. Regt., eldest
son of Lundy Dickinson, Esq., R.N., of Springlawn,

King's CO,
II. Frances Jane. m. Sophia Mary Anne.

/Jeairfe-rtce— Kilnagarna, Athlone, co. Westmeath.


Homan-Mttlock, William BrRT, Esq. of
Bellair, King's co., J. P. for that co. and for West-
meath, late H.M.I.C.S. (Bombay), b. 19 April,
1841 ; s. his father 1S89.

Liineag'e. — Thomas Mulock, of Ballinakill, Queen's co.,
living in the middle of ihj 17th century, d. leaving issue,

I. Thomas, of Moate. ii. Nicholas.

The eldest son,

Thomas, m. 1st, Frances Meares, and 2ndly, Margaret
Conran, and left issue,

I. John, m. 1720, Anne, dau. of Robert Drought, of Park,
King's CO., and d. s. p. 1757. He bequeathed Kilnagarna
and other estates to his brother Thomas, and Bellair (or
Ballyard) to his brother Kobert.

II. Thomas, b. 1700 ; m. 1744, Mary, dau. of John Lawless,
Esq. of Shankhill, co. Dublin, and sister of Nicholas, 1st
Baron Cloncurry. He inherited Kilnagarna from his
brother, and d. 1774 (see Mulock of Kiinauama).

III. Robert, inherited Bellair (or Ballyard; from his brother
in 1732, and had issue,

1 John, of whom hereafter.

1 Alicia, m. Owen Mooney, of The Doon, King's co.
The only son of Robert Mulock, of Bellair,

Rev. John Mulock, D.D., b. 17'22 ; d. 1800; m. 1st, Emily
Frances, eldest dau. of Hurd Wetherall, of Castle Wetherall,
King's CO., and by her had issue,

I. William, of Banagher.

II. Hurd, Banister-at-Law, d. xcnm. 1811.

I. Frances Amelia, m. 10 May, 1778, Henry Pilkington, of
Tore (see Pilkington of Tore).

Dr. Mulock in. 2ndly, Anne, dau. and heir of Richard Homan,
Esq. of Moate and Surrock, co. Westmeath, and through her
acquired the Homan property (vide Homan of Jiellah;
Burke's Extinct Baronetage), and by her had issue,

III. Thomas Homan, of Bellair.

II. Elizabeth, m. '22 Fob. 1788, Lawrence Bomford Molloj-,
Esq. of Clonbelamore, King's co. ; d. 1804, leaving issue,

1 John (Rev.), b. 1790; d. unm. 1818.

2 Daniel, b. 1793 ; m. 16 May, 1834, Julia Henrietta, only
dau. of Major James Higginson (see Molloi of Clonbela-
more)y and d. 25 April, 1856, leaving issue.

3 Thomas, of Kellair.

I Anne Homan, in. 1818, Alured, son of Major-Gen.
Ii'Estrange, and d. s. p. 1819.

III. Mary, d. unm. 1828.
The 3rd son,

Thomas Homan-Mulock, Esq. of Bellair, High Sheriff of
King's CO. 1816, 6. 1765; in. Catherine Frances (who d. 1845),
youngest dau. of Thomas Berry, of Eglish Castle, King's co. ;
d. s. p. 1843, and was s. by his nephew,

Thomas Homan-Mulock, Esq. of Bellair, 6. 5 May, 1798,
who assumed by Royal Licence, 3 March, 1843, the name and
arms of Homan-Mulock. He was High Sheriff 1849 ; in. 5
Feb. 1828, Frances Sophia, eldest dau. of John Berry, of
Cloneen, (son of T. Berry, Esq. a descendant of Oliver Crom-
well of Eglish Castle), and Elizabeth, dau. of William Bury,
uncle of the 1st Earl of Charleville, and by her (who d. 12
Aug. 1863) had issue,

I. Homan Mulock. b. 8 June, 1830; d. 1844.

II. John Berry, b. 28 April, 1832; m. Nov. 1883, Anne Selina,
dau. of Lieut. -Col. Owen Lloyd Ormsby (Connaught
Rangers), of Ballinamore, co. Mayo, and d. s. p. 1885.

III. Thomas Lawrence, b. 6 March, 1834; d. 1854.

IV. Richard Homan, b. 6 Feb. 1836.

V. Lawrence Bomford, b. 23 Jan. 1840; d. 1863.

VI. William Bury, now of Bellair.

VII. Henry Pilkington, H.M.I.C.S., 6. 8 Jan. 1846.

VIII. Homan, b. 3 March, 1847; d. 1861.

IX. Francis Berry, H.M.I.C.S. b. '25 July, 184H; ?h. Aug. 1878,
Ethel Anne, dau. of Sir ICdwaid Braddon, K.C.M.G
(M.H.A.), of Treglith, Tasmania, and has issue,

1 Edward Homan.

1 Frances Ethel. 2 Nina Enid.

X. George Phillips, C.E., b. 16 July, 1851, »)i. Jane Elizabeth,
dau. of Capt. James CoUison, and has issue.

I. Frances Elizabeth, b. 16 Die. 1828; d. unm. 1848.

II. Elizabeth Georgina, m. 1 June, l.-<58, Peter Macfarlane
Syme, Capt. R.A., and d. 1869, leaving issue,

1 Charles Mulock, d. 1884.

1 Florence Mary, in. 1880, E. A. Holmes, Esq., and has

III. Mary Mulock, in. 1st, George Winter Price, Esq. (who d.
1865), and 2ndly, July, 1867, Frederick Pepys Cockerell,
Esq., son of Charles Robert Cockerfll, U.A. (see Burke's
Peerage, Cockerell-Rushout), and has issue,

1 Robert Rennie Pepys.





2 Frederick William Pepys.

3 Laurence Homan Mulock Pepy?.

1 Anne Hester, m. Dec 1891, Edward Dames Lonsworth
(see Dames-Longwoeth o/ Gl'jmtoodj.

2 Frances JIary.

IV. Hester Jane, m. 1865, Alfred Austin, Esq., DX. of the
Hon. Society of the Inner Temple, and of Swinford Old
Manor, Ashford, Kent.

V. Anne Homan, jji. 1866, Arthur Challis Kennard, Esq. son
of Kobert William Kennard, M.P., and has issue,

1 Arthur Molloy. 2 Howard William.

1 Nina Frances. 2 Hester Charlotte.

Mr. Homan-Mulock d. 25 June, 1889, and was s. by his 2nd
surviving son, William BcRt Homan-Mulock, Esq.

Arriii — For Mulock : Quarterly, 1st and 4th az., a cross
moline quarter-pierced, in the dexter chief a fetterlock arg. :
for Homan: 2nd and 3rd vert, on a chevron arg., between
three pheons points downwards or, as many trefoils slipped
ppr. Crest — A lion passant az., in the dexter paw a crosskt
fitchee gu. Mntto — In hoc signo vinecs.

liesidenre — Bellair, Ballycumber, King's co.

Chits— E. I. United Service, S.W., and Kildare Street.


MuNDT, Feancis Noel, Esq. of Markeaton Hall,
CO. Derby, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1884, b. 29
Not. 1833 ; m. 12 Julj, 186i, Emily, 3rd dau. of
the Hon. Eichard Cavendish, of Thornton Hall,

Liineag'e. — This eminent family is supposed to derive its
surname from the Abbey of Mondaye, in the Dukedom of

John Mundt, living in the time of Edward I., m. Isabel,
dau. of Robinget Eyre, of Hope, and left a son,

HicHARD McNDT, TO. Maryon, dau. of Sir John de Lalande,
Knt., and from his marriage lineally descended

Sir John Mcndt, Knt. of Chekenden, co. Oxford, Lord Mayor
of London 1522-23, who m. twice, and left issue by his 2nd
■wife, Juliana, dau. of William Brown, Esq., Vincent, his
lieir; Thomas, Prior of Bodmin temp. Henry VIII.; John, of
Kyalton, in Cornwall ; Margaret, m. 1st, Nicholas Jennings,
Alderman of London, 2ndly, Edmond Howard, Lord Deputy
«f Clays (his second wife), and 3rdly, Henry Mannox ;
Eleanor, m. John Harleston, Esq. of South Ockerden,co. Essex;
Elizabeth, ra. Sir John Tyrrell, Knt. of Gypping, co. Suffolk ;
Jane, m. Sir Thomas Darcy, of Tolleshunl Darcy, co. Essex ;
and Mildred. Sir John, who was seised of Markeaton,
Mackworth, Allestry, <fcc., d. 1583, and was s. by his eldest

Vincent Mdndt. Esq. of Markeaton, J.P. for Derbyshire
in 155S. This gentleman was father of

Edward Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, who m. Jane, dau. cf
William burnel, Esq. of Winkbourne, co. Nottingham, and
<i. 1607. He was s. by his eldest son,

Francis Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, High Sheriff co. Derby
1617, m. Katherine, dau. of William Smyth, Esq. of Quarndon,
CO. Derby, and had two daus. (Millicent, m. Sir German Pole,
Knt. ofRadborne ; Jane, m. Edward Pegge, Esq.of Ashbourn),
and five sons, of whom John s. him; Edward, of Virginia,
m. and left issue; Adrian, d. 23 April, 1G77, leaving an only
■dau. and heir, Millicent, m. John Musters, Esq. of Colwick,
Hall, CO. Nottingham. The eldest son,

John Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, 6. 1600 ; m. Anne, dau.
of Sir Francis Coke, Knt. of Trusley, co. Derby, and had one
•dau. Elizabeth, to. Sir William Middleton, Bart, of Belsay,
and four sons, i. Francis, d. s. j>. vitd patris; ii. William,
his heir; m. Gilbert, ancestor of Mundy of Shiplei/ : iv.
Edward, M.P. for Derby 1710, d. 1713. Mr. Muudy d. 20
March, 1681, and was s. by his son,

William Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, m. Frances, only dau.
of Capt. Gilbert Coke, 2nd son of Sir Francis Coke, Knt. of
Trusley, and left, with a dau. Anne, m. Samuel Pole, Esq. of
Kadbourn, an only surviving son,

Francis Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, m. about 1689, Phillippa,
only dau. and heir of Michael Wrightson, Esq. ofOsbaston, by
whom he acquired that estate, and had issue. Mr. Mundy
was Sheriff of Derby 1694, and was s. at his decease (will dated
21 April, 1720) by his son,

Francis Mundy, Esq. of Osbaston and Markeaton, Sheriff
of Leicester, 1714, m. 1713, Anne, dau. of Sir John Noel, of
Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester, and had three sons and two
daus. This gentleman, the friend of Addison, Steele, and
other eminent literaiy men of his day, d. 1720, and was s. by
bis eldest son,

Wrightson Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, D.C.L., High Sheriff
for CO. Derby 1737, and M.P. co. Leicester 1747. He to. Anne,
dau. of Robert Burdett, Esq., and sister of Sir Robert Burdett,
Bart, of Foremarke, by whom (who d. 8 Jan. 1759) he had one
son and four daus., of whom the youngest, Elizabeth, to. 1799,
Robert, 7th Earl Ferrers. Mr. Mundy d. 18 June, 1762, aged
47, and was s. by his son,

Francis Noel Clarke Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, J.P.,
l>. 1739; m. 1st, Elizabeth Ayrton, but by her (who d. 1 Nov.
1768) had no issue. He m. 2ndly, 1770, Elizabeth, eldest dau.
of Sir Robert Burdett, Bart., and by her (who d. 2 Aug. 1807)
had two sons,
Francis, his heir.

Charles Godfrey, of Burton Hall, near Loughborough, m.
26 June, 1806, Harriet (senior co-heir of the barony of
Scrope of Masham). only child and heir of Charles burrell
Massingberd, Esq. of Ormsby Hall, co. Lincoln, and by her
(who d. 22 April, 1864) had (with two daus., Harriet, who
d. unm., and Sophia, in. 1833, John Christopher Dowdeswell.
Esq.) one son, Charles John Henry, late of Ormsby, who
took the name and arms of Massingberd, in adfiiiion to
those of Mundy, on succeeding to the inheritance of his
mother's family (see Massingbebd-Mundy of Ormsby).

Mr. Mundy (who was the author of two admired poems, Seed-
wood Forest and The Fall of Need-wood) d. 23 Oct. 1815, aged
76. His elder son,

Francis Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, M.P. co. Derby, b.
29 Aug. 1771 ; to. 16 Dec. 1800, Sarah, dau. of John Leaper
Newton, Esq. of Mickleover, and by her (who d. 1836) had

W^iLLiAM, of Jlarkeaton.

Marian, ?n. 1844, W\ Gilder, Esq., and d. s. p. 1860.

Laura, d. 1842.

Emily, d. unm. 1839.

Constance, to. Dec. 1832, Henry Fox Talbot, Esq. of Lacock
Abbey, Wilts, and d. Sept. 1880. He d. 17 Sept. 1877.
Mr. Mundy d. 6 May, 1837. His son,

William Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, J.P. and D.L., M.P.
for South Derbyshire, High Sheriff 1843, b. 14 Sept 1801 ; to.
28 Oct. 1830, Harriet Georgiana, eldest dau. of James
Frampton, Esq. of Moreton, Dorset, and of Lady Harriot
StrangWHys his wife, dau. of Henry Thomas, 2nd Earl of
Ilehester, and d. 10 April, 1877, leaving by her (who d. 1886)
a son,

Francis Noel, now of Markeaton.

Arms — Per pale gu. and sa., on a cross engrailed arg. five
lozenges purpure, a chief or, charged with three eagles' legs
erased £i la quise az. Crest — A wolfs head erased sa. bezantee,
fire issuing from its mouth. Motto — Deus providebit.

Seal — Markeaton Hall, near Derby.


McTNDT, Alfeed Edwaed Milleb, Esq. of Ship,
ley Hall, co. Derby, J.P., and D.L., High Sheriff
1891, b. 28 Nov. 1849 ; m. 1st, 1873, Ellen,
youngest dau. of C. Rowland Palmer Morewood,
Esq. of Alfreton Hall, co. Derby, and Ladbroke
Hall, CO. Warwick, and had issue,

Evelyn Hester.

He m. 2ndly, 14 June, 1883, Catherine Louisa, dau.
of Sir John Hartopp, Bart., and has issue,

Godfrey Edward, b. IHSj.
Irene Frances.
Winifred Sybil.

Xiineage. — This family is a younger branch of the
Mundys of Markeaton.

Gilbert Mundy, Esq. youngest son of John Mundy, Esq.
of Markeaton, by Anne his wife, dau. of Sir Francis Coke, of
Trusley), was High Sheriff of co. Derby 1697. He m. Mary,
dau. of William Shenson, Esq., and had issue,

Edward Mundy, Esq., m. Hester, dau. and heir of Richard
Miller, Esq. of Shipley, and by that lady had, with a dau.
Hester, j?j. 1776, Sir Roger Newdigate, Bart., LL.D., M.P., a
son and heir,

Edward Milleb Mundy, Esq. of Shipley Hall, for thirty-
nine years M.P. for CO. Derby, m. 1st, Frances, dau. and co-heir
of Godfrey Meynell, Esq., who d. 1783 ; 2ndly, Georgiana Lady
Middleton, dau. of Evelyn Chadwick, Esq.; Srdly, Mrs. Bar-
well. By his 1st wife he had issue,

I. Edward BIilleb, his heir.

II. Godfrey Basil, a Gen. in the army, m. 26 Nov. 1801, the
Hon. Sarah Brydges Rodney, dau. of the famous Admiral





]x)ra Rodney, K.B., and d. 14 March, 1818, having had
] Godfrey Charles, a Majer-Gen. in the army, and
(lovernor of Jci-sey, m. Louisa, dau. of the Hon. William
Herbert, Dean of Carlisle, and has issue, Herbert and
•J CJeorge Hodney (Sir), G.C.B., Admiral, 6. 19 April, 1805 ;
1^ unm. Dec. 18S4.

3 ricrrepont Henry (Castle Townshend, co. Cork), J.P.,
lute Major-Gen. K.A., m. 1st., 1859, Harriet Georgina,
dau. of Viee-Admiral Sir GeorRe Tyler, K.H., of Cottrell,
CO. Glamorgan, and widow of E. P. Kichards, Esq., Plils
Xewydd, CO. Glamorgan, and has issue, Godfrey Henry
Basil, Lieut. K.N., m. 1S90, Rose, dau. of Sir Robert
-AUller Mundy, K.C.M.G. He m. 2ndly, 30 April, 1870,
Geraldine Henrietta, dau. and co-heir of Kev. Maurice
KiizGerald Tuwnshend, of Castle Townshend, co. Cork,
Vicar of Tbornbury. co. Gloucester.

4 George Valentine, Col. in the army, C.B., Knight of the
Legion of Honour, deceased.

1 Rosamund, ?/i. 6 Oct. 1837, Charles, Lord Tredegar, and
</. 3 Jan. 1883, having had issue,
in. George (Sir), K.C.B., Admiral R.N., deceased.

IV. Fredeiick, Rector of Windleston, co. Durham.

I. Frances, m. 1796, Lord Charles Fitzroy.
By his 2nd wife, Mr. Mundy had a dau.,

II. Georgiana Elizabeth, r,i. 18 July, 18C7, Henry, Duke of

Mr. Mundy ru. Srdly, 1811, Katherine, widow of Richard Bar-
well, Esq. of Stansted Park, Sussex, and d. Oct. 1882, having
had a son,

V. Robert MnxER (Sir), K.C.M.G. of Hollybank, Hants,
Major R.A., and J.P. for Hants, b. 12 Oct. 1813 ; m. 16 Oct.
1841, Isabella Leyborne, youngest dau. of Gen. Leyborne
Popham, of Littlecote, Wilts, and Hound Street, Somerset,
and has issue,

1 Robert Leyborne, Sub-Lieut. R.N., 6. 15 Feb. 1852, killed
in Ashantee, 1874.

1 Marian Catherine, m. Lieut.-Col. Charles R. Pearson,
3rd Buffs.

2 Isabella Emily, m. 28 Sept. 1872, lion. H. N. S. Hood,
R.N., who d. 3 Feb. 1881.

3 Jlillicent, m. Lieut.-Col. Frederick W. Gore.

4 Maria Georgiana, m. the Hon. W. C. Carpenter, R.N.,
and d. 23 April, 187C.

5 Eleanor. 6 Elizabeth.

7 Emmeline.

8 Constance, m. 9 Aug. 1881, W. W. Follctt, E,sq.

9 Rose, m. 1890, Godfrey Henry Basil Mundy, E.sq., Lieut.
R.N. (see above).

10 Maude, m. 18 Sept. 1880, Turner Collin, Esq.

Sir Robert, who served in the R.H.A. in Turkey in ISfjo,
and was appointed Lieut. -Governor of Grenada in 1863,
Lieut. -Governor British Honduras 1874, and retired 1877,
and d. 1692.

The eldest son,

Edward Miller Mc.vdy, Esq. of Shipley, w. 1802, Nelly,
dau. of F. Barten, Esq., and dying 1834, left issue,

Edward Miller, of Shipley Hall, M.P. for South Derby-
shire, d. 29 Jan. 1849.

Willoughby, in the army, d. at Nice. Alfred.

Fitzherbert. Fitzroy.

Meynell Horton Miller, Lieut. R.N., J.P. and U.L.. m. 3
April, 1873, Eliza M. Paynter, only dau. of John Taylor,

Maria, m. 13 Dec. 1626, Sir Henry Wilmot, 4th Bart.

Augusta, rii. the Hon. and Rev. Frederick Curzon.

Emma, m. Lorenzo Kirkpatrick Hall, Esq.

MiUicent, d. un/u.

The eldest surviving son,

Alfred Miller Mdndt, Esq. of Shipley Hall, co. Derby,
.I.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 18.^5, b. 9 Jan. 1809; in. h June,
1841, Jane, 2nd dau. of Rear-Admiral Sir John Hindmarsh,
K.H., and had issue,

I. Alfred Edward Miller, now of Shipley Hall.

I. Maria Jane, in. 7 Oct. 1863, Edmund Constantine Henry
Philips, Esq., Secretary of Embassy at Vienna, only .son of
the lion. Edmund Phipps.

II. Nelly Hindmarsh, m. .'i Aug. 1862, Col. the Hon. Charles
John Addington, .0th son of William, Viscount Sidmouth.

III. Augusta Marian, m. 27 April, 186.'j, Major Fred Barclay
Chapman, late 14th Hussars, and d. 21 March, 1893.

He d. at Nice 29 March, 1877.

Arms, itc. — See 'preceding Menioir,
&at— Shipley Hall, Derby.
«it6— Carlton.

MuNN, EoBEET Ajf Gus Law, Esq. of Heath Hil],
CO. LancaBter, b. 23 July, 1874.

Lineage.— DnGALD Monn, of Scotch extraction, m. about
1760, Miss Whitakcr of Broadclough Hall, Rossendale, and d. 7
June, 1812, having by her (6. 7 July, 1743, d. 6 May, 1788)
had a numerous family, of whom

John Mcnn, b. 30 Jan. 1770; m. 6 Dec. 1797, Miss Huck,
and d. 5 Oct. 1826, having by her {b. 1 June, 1775, d. 18 Dec.
1844) had seven children, of whom

Robert Mdnn, Esq. of Heath Hill, 5. 22 Feb. 1800 ; m. 8 Oct.
1833, Margaret, eldest dau. of John Howorth, Esq. of Hemp-
steads, and d. 19 April, 1879, leaving by her (who d. 3 March,
1S73) eight children, of whom

Robert Whitaker Mdnn, Esq. of Heath Hill, J.P., 6.
15 March, 1844; 7/1. 8 Oct. 1873, Annie, dau. of John H.
Law, Esq. of New Church in Rossendale, and had issue,

I. Robert Angus Law, now of Heath Hill.

II. James Douglas Campbell, 6. 11 Aug. 1880; d. 31 Jan.

III. John, 6.22, d. 26 March, 1886.

I. Margaret Howorth, b. 28 Sept. 1875.

II. Annie Beatrice, b. 1 Jan. 1877.
ni. Lorna Mary, b. 22 Jan. 1884.

Mr. Munn d. 16 Sept. 1890.

&a(«— Heath Hill, Stacksteads, Manchester, and Wliitecroft,
Lockerbie, N.B.


MuNRO, Stttaet Caeadoc, Esq. of Teaninich, co,
Eoss, J.P. CO. Eoss, b. 20 May, 1826 ; *. his father
in the estate of Teaninicli, 25 Jan. 1858.

Lineagre.— The family of Munro of Foulis, of which the
Munroa of Teaninich are a branch, is among the most ancient
and distinguished in the north of Scotland. Their bravery is
evidenced by two chiefs of the clan having been killed at
Bannockburn, one at Holmedown Hill, and another on Pinkie
Field. The direct ancestor of the present representative of
the Teaninich branch,

Hdgh Mcnko, Esq., m. Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander Fraser,
Esq., Bailie of Inverness, and had three sons, Hugh, his heir ;
Alexander, d. at Lisbon ; and Andrew, who went to Bombay.
The eldest,

Hugh Monro, Esq. of Teaninich, m. Catherine, dau. of
William Duff, Esq. of Muirtoun, Provost of Inverness, and
by her had (with three daus., Magdalen, m. Munro, of
Kiltcarn, and d. 1796, Elizabeth, and Janet, both d. 1777)
two sons, Hugh andJAMES. The elder,

Hugh Munro, Esq. of Teaninich, d. unm. 1706, and was s.
by his brother,

James Munro, Esq., Capt. R.N., of Teaninich, m. 1770,
Margaret, only child and heir of Murdo Mackenzie, Esq. of
Ardross, co. Ross, and by her (who d. 1778) had (with three'
daus., Catherine m. Thomas Warrand, Esq. of Warrandfield,
CO. Inverness, Bethia, and Alexina, both d. young) four

Hugh, Capt. 78th Regt., d. 1846, unm.

Mdrdo, of Dundonald, who assumed the surname of Mac-
kenzie on succeeding to his mother's property. He d. 1845,
leaving issue, Hugh Mackenzie, of Ardross and Dundonnell,
who d. 80 July, 1869, and Kenneth Mackenzie, of Ardross
and Dundonnell, m. 1838, Mary, widow of Capt. Cliffc, and
d. 12 Dec. 1878, having had, with other issue, Murdo, 6.
1843, (deceased); Hugh, now of Ardross and Dundonnell.

Hector, Col., d. unm. 1827. John, of Teaninich.

Mr. Munro d. 1777. His youngest son,

John Muneo, Esq. of Teaninich, J.P. and D.L., Gen.
H.E.I.C.S., 6. June, 1778, purchased Teaninich from his eldest
brother; m. 8 Dec. 1809, Charlotte, youngest dau. of Rev. St.
John Blacker, D.D., Rector of Moira and Prebendary of Inver,
CO. Donegal, and d. 25 Feb. 1858, having by her (who d. May,
1872) had issue,

James St. John, 6. 18 Nov. J811, Consul at Monte Video,
Major 31st Kegt. ; vi. and d. leaving issue, Maxwell (dec);
Hugh; Emily, m. Harry Duguid, deceased; Marion;
Caroline; Leonora; Paulina; and Eleanor, to. 6 July, 188),
Hon. Edmund John Monson, C.B., Minister to tlie Republic
at Uruguay, 3rd son of William, 7th Baron Monson.

John, b. 18 April, 1820, Lieut. lOtli Bengal Light Cavalry;
d. Dec. 1845, two days after the battle of Moodkee, of
wounds received there.

Stoart Caradoc, now of Teaninich.

Maxwell William, b. 17 Aug. 1827 ; d. Sept. 1854.

Charlotte, m. 17 Jan. 1834, the Hon. George Augustus
Spencer, Lieut.-Col., 2nd son of Francis, 1st Lord Churchill,
and d. 18 June, 1875, having had issue.

Arms—Or, an eagle's head erased gu. Motto — Dread God.

&a£— Teaninich, Alness, co. Ross, N.B.






Mttntz, Geoege Feedeeick, Esq. of Umberslade

Hall, CO. Warwict, J.P. and D.L., b. 25 June, 1822 ;

m. 1st, 30 July, 1844, Marianne Lydia, dau. of

William Eichardson, Esq. of Calcutta, and by lier

(who d. 1 Nov. 1864) has issue,

1. Fkedebick Ernest, J.P., Barrister-at-Law, of Lincoln's

Inn, B.A. Carab., Hon. Major late Srd Batt. revonshire

Kegt., b. 14 June, 1845; m. 1869, Georgiana Jane, eldest

dau. of Alexander Borrowman, Esq. of Edinburgh, and

lias had issue,

1 Eknest Lionel Caldwell, Lieut. E.N., b. 25 Aug.

2 Edward Algernon Ernest, b. 7 Deo. 1871 ; d. unr,i 7
July, 1893, a probationer Indian Staff Corps.

3 Gordon Henry Ernest, 6. 19 Oct. 1874.

4 Gerald Douglas Ernest, b. 16 Nov. 1876.
IT. 'William Edgar, 6. 21 Dec. 1857.

I. Marianne Edith, m. Samuel Louttit, Esq. who d. 1893.
Ji. Evelyn Eliza, d. unm. 16 Oct. 1866.
III. Catherine Beatrice. iv. Eleanor Constance.

V. Jessie Emily. \i. Amy Eosalie, d. unm. i May, 1886.

Mr. G. F. Muntz m. 2ndly, 13 Feb. 1866, Sara
Mathilda, dau. of Charles Aylett Kell, Esq. of
Aylesbury House, co. Warwick, and by her has
further issue,

III. Albert Irving, J>. 1 March, 1870, B.A. Camb.

IV. Konald Aylett, B.A. Oxford, 6. 3 June, 1872.

V. Charles Alexander, b. 15 June, 1875.

VI. Joseph Oscar, b. 19 Nov. 1876.

1. Lucy Elcie. ii. Minnie Isabella.

Lineag'e. — The family of Muntz descends from Philip
Frederick Muntz, who came to England from Germany in
1783. He was the son of Jean George Lenowisez-Mijntz,
the only son of Jean Casimir Lenowisez, a Polish refugee,
who settled in France after the division of Poland, and m.
1710, Eva Christina, the dau. of Jean Kicholas Muntz, of an
Alsatian family. This

Philip Frederick Muhtz, Esq. of Selly Wick, co. Wor-
cester, 6. 24 March 1752, at Lundville ; m. 6 March, 1793,
Catherine, dau. and heiress of Eobert Purdon, Esq. of Eadford,
and d. 31 July, 1811, leaving issue,

I. George Frederick, of whom presently.

II. Philip Henry, of Edstone Hall, co. Warwick, J.P., M.P.
for Birmingham 1868 to 1885, was twice Mayor of Bir-
mingham, h. 21 Jan. 1811; m. 1 June, 1831, Wilhelmine.
dau. of J. D'Olhofen, Conseiller de Finance, Grand Duchy of
Baden, and d. 25 Dec. 1888, leaving issue,

1 Henry Adolphus,!6.|15 March, 1833; d.unmASFeh. 1864.

2 Frederick Augustus, 6. 10 April, 18.34; m. Sara Conrad,
and d. 11 June, 1891, leaving surviving issue, Anita, m.
Major Nevill Maunsell, Koyal Warwickshire Eegt., and

3 Philip Maurice, 6. 24 Jan. 1841 ; m. Agnes Soady, and
has issue, 1 Philip Eric, b. 8 April, 1878, d. 29 April,"l879 ;
2 Basil Maurice, 6. 9 July, 1880 ; ICorine Agnes; 2 Mabel
Bertha; 3 Kathleen Brenda, and 4 Sibyl Dorothea.

4 George Alfred, b. 13 June, 1848 ; m. 1870, Mary Emma
Margaret, dau. of W. Preston, Esq. of Burythorpe, co.
York, and has a dau., Maud.

5 Richard, d. s.p. 30 Oct. 1873.

6 Oscar, d. s. p. 26 Aug. 1872.

1 Marie Mathilde, m. 1st, Tom Duke, and 2nd]y, S. Berd-

2 Emma Louisa, m. Eugene Gustavus Muntz, Esq., and
had issue (see below).

3 RosuUe, Jtt. 1859, Philip Albert Muntz, Esq., M.P., J.P.
of Dunsmore, co. Warwick, and has issue (see below).

4 Mina Ehza, to. Col. Theodore Wirgman, of the Innis-
killing Dragoons, and had issue.

Florence Augusta, m. HoUings Ogilvie, Esq., and had

6 Clara Alice, d. young, 14 Feb. 1864.

7 Catherine Adeline, m. 1880, Capt. Nelson, 5th Dragoon
Guards, and d. 1885.

I. Mary Anne, m. William Richardson, Esq. of Calcutta, and
d. 1840, leaving issue.

II. Frances Eliza, m. Rev. John Shakespeare, and d. 1830,
leaving issue.

HI. Emma Louisa, m. Gen. Dyson, and d. s. p. 1823.

IV. Julia Augusta, m. Gen. Podmore, and d. 12 Dec. 1881,
leaving issue.

V. Clara Sophia, m. Thomas Oakes, Esq., andd. 1869, leaving

Ti. Laura Mathilda, d. unm. 1827.

VII. Catherine Georgiana, d. unm.
The eldest son,

Geokge Frederick Muntz, Esq. of Umberslade Hall, co.

Warwick, 6. 26 Nov. 1794, elected M.P. for Birminghan?,
1840, on the retirement of Mr. Attwood, and continu

Online LibraryBernard BurkeA genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland (Volume 2) → online text (page 104 of 392)