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.-iao, formerly Commander-in-Chief at Gibraltar,
Di. 18S6, I'iuliis, dau. of Rev. Evelyn Shirley, of Kttiiigtou
(see tkatfa)nili/), and has issue.
Albeit Lewis. "B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxford, 6. 1S41 ; d. umn. 7
March, I8!>8.

Frances Barbara, m. 184'^, Major-Gen. Lynedoch Gardiner,
C.B., R.A., Equerry to II.M. the yueen.
Mr. Newdigate d. 21 May, 1862, and was s. by his son,

Francis William Newdigate, Esq. of Allesley Park, co.
Warwick, J.P, for cos. Stafford and Derby, and D.h. for the
former. High .'Sheriff, co. Derby, 1880, Lieut.-Col., late Cold-
stream Guards, b. 19 Feb. 1822 ; m. 1st, 1 Dec. 1859, Charlotte
Elizabeth Agnes Sophia, dau. of Field-Marshal Sir AIexan:ler
Woodford, G.C.B., and by her (wlio d. 6 March, 1866) had a

Francis Alexander, now of West Hallam.
He m. 2ndly, 1 March, 1870, Hon. Louisa Georgina Leigh, dau.
of Chandos, 1st Lord Leigh, and c(. 9 March, 1893, and was s.
by his son.

^rms— Gu., three lions" gambs erased arg. Crest— A fleur-
de-lis arg.

Sea(— Weston-in-Arden, Bulldngton, Nuneaton, co. War-
wick, and West Hallam, co. Derby.

Totcn Kesidence—23, Bruton Street, W.


Newknham:, William Thomas Worth, Esq.
of Coolmore, co. Cork, J. P., Major 3rd ]Satt. Eojal
Munster Fusiliers, b. 10 Jan. 1853 ; m. 17 jiin.
1888, Lilian Maud, only dau. of Hatton Ronajne
O'Kcarny, Esq. of Lochiar, Cork, and has issue,

I. Percy AVobth, 6. 9 June, 1890.

n. Henry Edward Worth, b. 3 March, 1893.

I. Violet Maud, 6. 28 Feb. 1889.

II. May Lillian, b. 19 July, 1891.

Lineage.— This family claims descent from the Xewen-
hams of co. Gloucester.

Edmund Newenham, the first who settled in Ireland, m. Jane,
dau. of John Desmyniers, the 2nd Lord Mayor of Dublin. His
eldest son, Robert, d. without male issue. The 2nd son,

JouN Newenham, settled in co. Cork ; he served as SherifT
of the city of Cork 1605, and Mayor 1671. He obtained a grant
of lands in co. Limerick and liberties of the city of Cork,
under the Commission of Grace 1685, and made large purchases
of estates during his lifetime. He m. 1672, Jane, dau. of John
Hoder, Esq. His will bears date 29 Jan. 1695, and was proved
21 Aug. 1706. He had, with four daus., a son,

Thomas Newenham, Esq. of Coolmore, m. 1701, Elizabeth,
dan. of Thomas iilackall, Esq. of Dublin, and had issue, three
sons, William, his heir; Francis, „i. Isabella, dau. of John
Hodder, of Cork ; Robert, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. George
Synge; and six daus. The eldest son,

William Kewenham, Esq. of Coolmore, m. 1726, Dorothy,
dau. and heiress of Edward Worth, Esq. of Rathfarnham
Castle, CO. Dublin, Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, and
had issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

u. William Worth, 6. 20 Aug. 1731 ; d. young.

lu. Edward (Sir), 6. 5 Nov. 1734; m. Feb. 1755, Grace
Anne, dau. of Sir Charles Burton, Bart. He was M.l'. for
Dublin in the Irish Parliament, and was knighted 10 Nov.
1797. He (/. 1814, having had eighteen children, of whom,

1 Robert O'Callaghan, was editor of SkeUhei in Ireland.

2 Burton, m. luOO, Maria, sister of Sir William Burdett.

Mr. Newenham d. 17.38, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas -Newenuam, Esq. of Coolmore, b. 13 May, 1729; m.
1st, 1749, the Hon. Susanna Wandesford, dau. of Christopher,
Viscount Castlecomer, and by her (who d. 1754) had no issue.
He m. 2ndly, March, 1760, Ehzabeth, eldest dau. of Wilhain
Dawson, Esq., son of Joshua Dawson, Esq. of Castle Dawson,
and by her (who d. 24 Dec. 1763) had issue,

I. William Worth, of whom hereafter.

II. Thom,is, Major of .Militia, 6. 2 March, 1762; m. 1783,
Mary Anne, dau. of Edward Hoare, Esq. of Factory Hill,
eo. Cork, and dying, 16 Oct. 1831, left issue,

1 Thomas (Rev.), Riotor of Kilworth, of whom hereafter,
as successor to his cousm-german, William IIenei
Worth Newenham, Esq.

2 Robert, of Sandford, co. Dublin, h. 20 Aug. 1786; m.
18 June, 1810, Jane, dau. of Edward Hoare, Esq. of<
Factory Hill, co. Cork, and dying 19 July, 1836, left issuo
by her (who d. April, 1830), four sons and three daus.,, b. 13 Feb. 1813; d. umn. 19 April, 1852.

Edward Henri, late of Coolmore.

Robert, b. 6 March, 1826; d. unm. 29 March, 1S47.

AVilliam Henry, of Maryborough Park, co. Cork, late
Capt. 63rd Regt., with which he served in the Crimean
war (medal and four clasps), b. 21 March, 1830; m. 1st,
17 Aug. 1865, Emily Maiia, only dau. of Robert J.
Berkeley, Esq., Q.C., and by her (who d. 24 Oct. 187;5>
had a son, Harry Edward Berkeley, b 22 Dec. 1866. He
m. 2ndly, 3 Sept. 18s0, Hon. Louisa Jane Edwardes, dau.
of William, 3rd Baron Kensington.

Mary Anne, 6. 23 July, 1814; d. 7 Dec. 1888.

Frances, b. 29 April, 1816 ; d. unm. 1856.

Jane, b. 9 March, 1820 ; r,i. 1847, Gen. Clement Edwards,

• C.B., of Ballyhire, and d. 20 Nov. 1851, leaving two-
1 Louisa, TO. 21 Jan. 1818, Capt. Charles Dilkes, R.N.,
C.B , and d. 22 April, 1845, leaving a son, Charles

I. Sarah Maria, m. 23 Aug. 1782, Sir Richard Butler, 7tl»
Bart, of BaUiutemple.

Mr. Newenham d. 1766, and was s. by his son,

William Worth Newenham, Esq. of Coolmore, 6. 5 Feb.
1761 ; m. Louisa, 4th dau. of Henry Sandford, Esq. and sist<;r
of George, 1st Lord Mount Sandford, and had issue,

William Henry Worth, of whom presently.

Thomas, b. 4 Oct. 1788 ; d. 1799.

George, 6. 1792 ; d. s. p. 7 Dec. 1815.

Mary, b. 12 Aug. 1786; d. Oct. following.

Mr. Newenham d. 1 Dec. 1814, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Henry Worth Newenham, Esq. of Coolmore, b.
10 June, 1785 ; m. 25 July, 1807, Catherine, only dau. of
Robert Stearne Tighe, Esq. of Mitclielstown, and by her (who-
d. Feb. 1858) had no issue. He d. 4 Sept. 1842, and was s. at
Coolmore by his cousin-german, Rev. Thomas Newenham,
Rector of Kilworth, b. 14 Oct. 1784, whod. unm. 5 April, 1849,
and was s. by his nephew.

Rev. Edward Henry Newenham, M.A. of Coolmore, co..
Cork, J. P., b. 16 Aug. 1817; „i. 15 Nov. 1849, the Lady Helena
Adelaide Moore, 2nd dau. of Stephen, 3rd Earl Mountcashell,
and has issue,

I. William Thomas Worth, now of Coolmore.

II. Edward Arthur Worth, b. 19 Jan. 1857.

I. Anno Maria Jane, d. 28 April, 1864.

II. Helena Adelaide Isabella, d. 6 July, 1873.

III. Edith Sophia.

The Rev. Edward Henry Newenham d. 25 Oct. 1892.

Seat — Coolmore, co. Cork.

dubs — Union ; and United Service, Dublin.


Newman, Heney Ashbuenham Toll, Esq. of
Thornbury Park, co. Gloucester, late 40th Foot,,
b. 27 Sept. 1847 ; m. 5 June, 1883, Margaret
Greene, dau. of Rev. Walter McGrilvray, D.D., of
Aberdeen, and has had issue,

I. Ashdcrnham Walter Goodenouoh, b. 5 May, 1884, d. 19.

March, 1883.
I. Margaret Elizabeth, b. 4 Nov. 1888.

Liineagre. — Richard Newman, Esq. of Evercreech Park^
Somerset (eldest son of Richard Newman, Esq., by Anne his
wife, dau. of Sir Charles Harbord, Surveyor-General to King
Charles I., and 5th in descent from Robert Newman, whose
will bears date 15.56), to. 1675, Grace, dau. and co-heir of Henry
Edmonds, Esq. of Preston Hall, co. Northampton, by Anne his
wife, dau. of Sir Richard Shuckburgh, Bart, of Shuckburgh, co.
Warwick, and had issue,

Richard (Sir), his heir.

Cavendish, d. s. p. Henry, d. s p.

Annb, to. Ashburnham Toll, Esq. of Greywell, Hants, and
had issue.
Mr. Newman d. June, 16S2, aged 32, and was «. by his eldest

Sir Richard Newman, of Fifehead, Evercreech Park, and
Preston Hall, who was created a Bart. 20 Dec. 1699. He i-<,
Frances, dau. and co-heir of Sir Thomas Samwell, Bart, of
Upton, CO. Northampton, and had issue.





Samweli-, his heir.

Frances, successor to her brother.

Barbara, d. itnm. Elizabeth, d. vnm.

Sir Richard d. 30 Dec. 1721, aged 45, and was buried at Fife-
head. He was s. by his son,

Sir Samwell Newman, 2nd Bart, of Fifehead, Evercreech
Tarli and Preston Hall, d. vnm. 1747, when the baronetcy
expired, but the estates devolved upon his sister,

Frances Newman, at whose decease, also unm., 25 Aug.
1775, they descended to her cousin, Chakles Toll, of Preston
Deanery, and his brotlier,

Eev. Ashburnham Philip ToLt,, of Thombury Park (sons of
^ Ashburnham Toll, Esq., by Mary his wife, dau. of Lieut. -Col.
Geary, and grandsons of Ashburnham Toll, Esq. of Greywell,
Hants, who m. Anne, dau. of Richard Newman and Grace
Edmonds). This gentleman, a Prebend of York, 6. 31 Dec.
1743, assumed by sign-manual, 15 Dec. 1775, the surname
and arms of Newman. He hi. Dec. 1773, Mary, dau. of Paul
Mowbray, Esq. of London, and relict of Capt. Alexander
Wood, but dying 4. p. 16 March, 1802, was s. by his next

Richard Newman Toll, M.D., of Thombury Park, co.
Gloucester, and of Hamilton, co. Lanark, b. 8 Nov. 1752, who
assumed by sign-manual, 1S02, the surname and arms of
Newman. He m. 16 June, 1777, Grizel, dau. of James Pardy,
Esq. of Hamilton, and by her (who d. 8 Aug. 1841) had

Henbt Wenman, his heir.

Ashburnham Cecil, b. 1 Oct. 1796, emigrated to Canada

1830 : m. 5 April in that year, Eliza, dau. of John Richards,

Mary. m. 1st, 1804, John Wilson Smith, Esq., Capt. 14th

l!es;l.. and 2ndly, William Jack, of Glasgow, Merchant.

Mr'; Jack </. 1853.
Anne, d.vnm. 18 May, 1840.
Eliza, TO. 9 Oct 1804, Robert Lockhart, Esq. of Castle Hill

and Camnethati, co. Lanark.
•Charlotte, m. 1st, John Thomson, Esq. of Kilbank, co.

Lanark, and 2ndly. James Pi ice Hely, Esq., Major in the

army, 2nd son of Brigadier-Gen. Hely, of the ilth Foot,

who was killed at Ostend. Mrs. Hely d. 18 May, 1856.
Susan Hamilton, m. 1821, James Joseph Whitchurch, Esq.

of Clifton.
Jsabella, m. 7 July, 1818, Rev. John Joseph Goodenough,

D.D., late Rector of Bowbrickhiil, Bucks, and Masier of

liristol Grammar School.
Frances Newman, m. 11 March, 1826, William Killegrew

Wait, Esq. of Redland Lodge, Westbury, near Bristol, and

(/. 20 Oct. 1858.

Dr. Richard Newman Newman d. 29 Sept. 1829, and was s. by
l>is son,

Henrt Wenman Newman, Esq. of Thornbuvy Park, J. P.
.TiulD.L., High Sheriff 1835, Lieut.-Col. Comm. Royal South
<:iouccstcrshire Militia, 6. 1 June, 1788; m. 5 Dec. 1846,
1 ranees Margaret, eldest dau. of Eev. John Joseph Good-
enough, D.D., Rector of Broughton Pogis, Oxon, and had

Henry Ashbdrnham Toll, now of Thornbury Park.

lieorge William, M.A., Pembroke Coll. Oxford, b. 1 March,

Kichard Goodenough, b. 25 Aug. 1851 ; d. 1 Aug. 1852.
51r. Newman d. 24 July, 18G5.

.4r7)i,'!— Quarterly : sa. and arg.; in the 1st .and 4th quarters,
iihree mullets of the second in ihe centre an inescuteheon gu.
charged with a porttuUis imperially crowned or, being an
Jiugiiientation granted by Charles U. to Col. Newman for his
liiyalt> at the battle of Worcester. Crest — A swallow rising
jipr. Motto — Lux mea Christiis.

.SVrtZ— Thornbury Park, near Bristol. Residence— 5, Malvern
Place, Cheltenham.

Canon of St. Patrick's and Rector of Clifden, co. Galway,
and by him, who d. 2 Sept. 1874, had ihiee d.aus., Mary
Elizabeth Hyacinth; Isabella Frances, in. 1^90, James
Charles Francis Whicher, Surg. li.N. ; Anne Louisa
Hyacinth, in. 1891, Capt. I'hilip Urban W. Vigors, 2nd
Devonshire Regt.
II. Elizabeth, m. May, 18G3, Henry Williams, Esq., J.P.. of
Rookingnam Hall, llagley, co. W orcester, and by him, who
d. Dec. 1893, had three daus. aud a san, Hakewill Tresyllian,
6. Nov. 1866.

Se'H — Brands House, Hughenden, near High Wycombe,


Netvmax, Samuel, Esq. of Brands House, Bucks,
b. 8 Jan. 1825 ; in. 11 April, 1850, Sarah Anne, dau.
of Thomas Heai-n, Esq. of Buckingham.

Xiineag-e. — John Newman, Esq. of Brands House, Bucks,
J. P. and D.L., b. 13 Dec. 1792; m. 19 Aug. 1819, Anne
Harper, dau. of John Turner, Esq. of Brill, Bucks, and d.
leaving issue,

I. John, h. 24 June, 1820; d. 18 Aug. 1841.

II. William Henky, 6. 10 Nov. 1821.

III. Samuel, now of brands House.

IV. Frederick, U. 26 Oct. 1829; to. 4 July, 1S54, Isabella
Dorothea, dau. of Rev. David Trenilett. M.A., Hector of
Rodney Stoke, Somerset, who rf. 1891 ; he to. 2ndly, 1892,
Caroline Amelia, younger dau. ol the late Rev. Richard
Colston Phelips, Rector of Cucklington.

I. Maj-y Aune, m. Jan. lS6:i, Rev. Hyacinth D'Arcy, J. P.,


Newman, John Egbert Beamston, Esq. of Dro-
more House, co. Cork, J. P., B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.,
b. 22 Aug. 1871 ; s. his fatlier 1893.

Lineage. — By a certificate under the hand of Humphrey
Newman, of Wincanton, Gent., itappears thatatthc dissolution
of the monasteries in 1538, the Newman family were lessees
under the Abbot of St. Augustin, Bristol, of the manor and
lands of Fifehead Magdalen, Dorset, and that there were three
distinct branches of the family at Queen's Camel, Wincanton,
and other places in Somerset. The Newmans are of kin to the
founders of Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

Robert Newman, who lived and died at Fifehead Magdalen,
and was buried in the chancel of the church, had by Alice
his wife, whose will is dated 1556, four sons,

I. Robert, ancestor of the Newmans of Fifehead.

II. Richard. hi. Henry. iv. Thomas.
The second son,

Richard Newman lived at Charlton Musgrave, Somerset,
and was father of

Richard Newman, of Queen's Camel, Somerset. He m.
Agatha, dau. of Humphrey Pole, Esq., and had issue,

Humphrey Newman, of Wincanton, who m. Dorothy, dau.
of Sir Thomas Phelips, Knt. of Barrington, and had issue,
I. Thomas; ii. Richard; hi. Humphrey; iv. James ; i. Eliza-
beth; II. Dorothy; in. Joan; iv. Agatha. The 2nd son,

Richard Newman, Esq., was resident in the city of Cork,
1651, and in 1662 was J. P. for the co. He purchased from Sir
Richard Kyrle the estate of Drumineene, and settled there.
" In 1686, he passed patent for the castle property of Drumin-
eene and several other lands in co. Cork, and lour messuages in
the city of Cork ; said lands to be erected into a manor called
the Manor of Newbury." He m. previous to 1651, Sarah,
dau. of Richard French, of Cork (ancestor to F'rencu of
Co.fliiiny). and had issue. Richai'd Newman's will bears date
12 Nov. 1691, and was proved 27 Jan. 1G33-4. His eldest son,

Richard Newman, Esq. of Newbury, m. Elizabeth, din. of
J. Dillon, Esq., and had issue,

Dillon, of whom presently.

Adam, of London, who settled in Ireland, and purchased the
Dromore estate. He m. Miss Knapp, and dying s. p. be-
queathed it to his nephew, Adam, 2nd .son of Dillon New-
man. Charles, d. unm.

Margaret,™. 1711, John Dillon, Esq. of Quartertown, co.
Cork, and d. s.p.

Judith, m. Eev. John Smith, aud had issue.
The eldest son,

Dillon Newman, Esq. of Newbury, J. P. co. Cork, to. Martha,
dau. of Col. Thomas Beclier, of Sherkin, co. Cork, by EUzabeth
Turner his wife, and had issue,

Richard, High Sheriff of the co. 1737, m. Catherine, dau. of
Col. William Cassaubon, and had iss le, three daus., Isa-
bella Sarah, m. Right Hon. Silver Oliver, of Cattle Uliver,
M.P. for Killuiallock, and lelt issue ; Elizabeth and Martha
both d. unm.

Adam, of whom hereafter.

Elizabeth, m. 1st, Meade Diinscombe, Esq. of Mount Desert,
and 2ndly, Aldeiuian R. Travers, and left issue by both
Susannah, m. 5 Oct. 1727, Peter Graham, Esq. of Dromore

and Coaveymore, co. Cork.
Dorothea, m. Ist, Swithin White, Esq. of Rochefortstown,
and 2ndly, Benjamin Bousfield, Esq. of Ashadown.
Mr. Dillon Newman made his will 11 May, 1733, which was
proved 19 Dec. 1733. His 2nd son,

Adam Newman, Esq., J. P., s. his uncle, Adam, in the
Dromore estates, and, on his brother Richard's death without
issue male, he also s. to the Newbury estates. He to. Mary,
dau. of John Carleton, Esq. of Darling Hill, co. Tipperary, and
had issue. The 3rd son,

Adam Newman, Esq., m. Mary, dau. of Rev. Horace Towns-
end. Rector of Donoughmore, by Mary his wife, dau. of
Richard Hugnerford, Esq. of the Island, and had issue,





I. Apam, of Dromore.

II. lii lianl, m. Jane Harriet, dau. of James Lancton, Esq.
of Bruree House, co. Limerick. On his brother Adam suc-
ceeding to the Dromore estates, he cair.e into possession of
ilic Claliane iiroperty, whi h was purchased by UiUon New-
man 170S. He d. li'oO, leaving issue,

1 Adam, of Monkstown Castle, co. Cork, J.P., 6. 1808; ra.

1834, JIary, dau. of Adam Perry i'eny, Esq., and has

isue, lllehard, 6. 1S3I).
U liiiliard iMeade, deceased.

3 Horace Townse'id (Kev.), d. unm.

4 Henry Kiehard, deceased.

5 Amos Langton, an officer in H.E.I.C.S., deceased.
1 Anna Langton. 2 Jane Maria.

HI. Horace Towiisend (Very Itev.), Dean of Cork, m. Char-
lotte, dau. of Denis Daly, Esq. of Dunsandle, and ]>ady
Harriet Maxwell his wife. He d. s. p. 1S64, and his wile d.
ilarch, 1S6C.

I. JIary. d. wjji)!. ii. Susan, d. v.7im.

III. E izahelh, ra. William Webb, Esq., and d. s. p.

IV. Jane, d. v.nm.

V. Dorothea, m. Hev. Kichard Meade, of Ballymartle, and d.
leaving issue.

VI. Harriet, to. William Beamish, Esq. of Mount Prospect,
2nd son of Sam Beamish, Esq. of Mount Beamish, and d.
leaving issue.

The eldest son,

ADiM Xewman, Esq. of Dromore, s. at the death of his
uncle, John Newman, Esq., to the Dromore and Newbury
estates. He m. 1803, Frances Dorothea, dau. of Kev. Kobert
Dring, of Kockgrove, and has issue,

John, b. 1812; in. Margaret, dau. of Nicholas Philpot
Leader, Esq. of Dromagh Castle, and li. 13 Aug. 1844, havmg
by her (who d. 12 Dec. Is84) had issue, three daus., Mar-
garet, deceased; Frances Dorothea (branny), m. 22 Feb.
1870, Henry E. Bridges. Esq., late Capt. 4th Royal Irish
Dragoon Guards: tieraldine ElizabKtli, m. April, 1865,
Col. William Preiyman, late 60th Kitles ; and one son,
John Adam liicHARD, late of Dromore.


Eleanor, d. unm.

Mary, tn. 1st, Richard Townscnd, M.D., and 2ndly, Rev.
Adam Beamish, and d. leaving issue by both marriages.

Eliza, m. W illiam Hume Franks, Esq. of Carrig Park, and
d. leaving issue.

Frances, m. Samuel Philip Townshend, Esq. of Garrycloyne,
CO. Cork, and d. leaving issue.

Mr. Newman d. 6 Aug. 1859, and was s. by his grandson,

John Adam Richard Newman, Esq. of Dromore House, co.
Cork, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1874, B.A. Magd. Coll.
Camb. 1866, b. 5 Aug. 1844; m. 17 Aug. 1870, Elizabeth Ma-
tilda (Maud), younger dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Robert
Bramston Smith, D.L., of Pencraig, Anglesey, and 31 Upper
FitzWilliam Street, Dublin, by Elizabeth Charlotte his wife,
dau. of Sir Richard JohuUriffith, 1st Bart, of MunsterGrillagh,
and had issue,

I. John Robert Bramston, now of Dromore.

n. Richard Griffith Ohver, b. 19 Jan. 1876.

1. Grace Frances.

Mr. J. A. E. Newman d. 14 Oct, 1893, and was s. by his eldest

Arms — Arg.^a chevron gu. between three lions couchant
of the second. Qrtsl — An eagle's head erased sa., charged on
the breast with an escallop or. Motto — Magna vis tidelitatis
(in allusion to the family's loyalty to the royal cause).

Seat — Dromore, near Mallow, co. Cork.

Ciwi— isthmian.


Newman, Benjamin Harding, Esq. of Nelmes,
CO. Essex, h. 2tj May, 1842 ; m. 2 June, 1868, Char-
lotte Augusta, dau. of John North, Esq^. of Jjrecon,
S. Wales, and has issue,

I. Francis Robert, 6. Jan. 1870.

u. Edward, b. July, 1872.

ni. John Cartwright, 6. May, 1874.

IV. Thomas Harold, 6. Feb. 1876.

I. Edith Augusta. n. Marian.

Xiiueag'e. — This family took the name of Newman by
royal licence, after the marriage of Benjamin Harding, Esq.
of Hacton, Essex, with Sarah, dau. of R. Newman, of Nelmes,
same co., whose eldest son to. Harriette, dau. and co-heiress of
Francis Schutz, Esq., by his wife, Susan, dau. of Sir Edmund
Bacon, of Gillingham, co. Suffolk, M.P. (sue Burke's Barontt-

Thomas Harding Newman, Esq. of Nelmes, Hornchurch,
Essex, TO. in 1810, Harriette, dau. of John Cartwright, Esq.
of Ixworth Abbey, Suffolk, and by her had issue.

Thomas (Rev.), of Nelmes.

Benjamin, Capt. 20th Regt., 7)i. Anne Lefroy, dau. of
Richard Sadleir, Esq. of Stjalaheen, Tipperary, by his wife,
Anne, dau. of Col. Anthony Lefroy, 13th Dragoons, andl
had issue, Benjamin, now of Nelmes; and Harriette, in.
Arthur Croker, Esq., by whom she has issue, Edward, &.
1878, and others.
The elder son.

Rev. Thomas Hardins Newman, D.D., of Nelmes, d. 1882,
and was s. by his nephew, the present Benjamin Hardino-
Newman, Esq. of Nelmes.

.lirirw— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a fesse indented gii., be-
tween three eagles displayed, sa., for Newman; 2nd and 3rd,
or, on a bend az., three martlets arg., a sinister canton of th&
second, chai-ged with a rose of the first, between two fleurs-de-
lis of the third, for Harding ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly : 1st atd
4th, az., in dexter chi.-f, a mallet, in sinister base, a stag's
horn, or, for Schutz ; 2nd and 3rd, gu , on a chief arg., two
mullets sa., for Bacon. Crat — A mermaid in the sea, ppr.,
hair or. Motto — Lux raea Christus.

Seat — Nelmes, Hornchurch, Essex.


Newton, Charles Edmund, Esq. of Mickleover
Manor House, co. Derby, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1S!^2, late Major Derby E.V., b. 6 Jan. 1831 j m. 1st,
19 July, 1855, Anne Kosamond, only dau. of John
Curzon, Esq. of Breedon, co. Leicester, and by her
(who d. 6 May, 18(J4) has issue,

I. Robert Ci'rzon, C;ipt. 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Eifies, late
Lieut. 5th Dragoon Guards, b. 10 Apnl, 1857 ; to. 27 Jan,
188(), Agnes Catherine Rich, 2nd dau. of the late Rev.
William Henry Rich-Jones, Vicar of Bradford-on-Avon,
and Hon. Canon of Salisbury, Wilts.

II. Francis Curzon, 6. 27 April, 180 1 ; m. 18 Aug. 1886,
Mary Beatrice, youngest dau. of ihe Hon. and Rev.
Augustus Byron, Rector of Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester,
and has issue, Rosamond, Frederica, and Violet Mary

I. Helen Rosamond, m. 28 Oct. I8S4, Eev. W. H. Oxley,
M..\., formerly Vicar of Grewelthnrpe, of the Cottage,
Filey, Yorkshire, 2nd son of the late Charles Christopher
Oxley, Esq., J. P., of The Hall, Ripon, and has issue,
Selwyn Amor Nathaniel, 6. 28 April, 1890.

II. Constance Adelaide.

III. Edith Eleanor.

He m. 2ndly, 1 Eeb. 1 866, Mary Henrietta, only
dau. of Capt. Moore, H.M. 17th Regc. and by h^r,
who d. 25 Oct. 1893, has further issui-,

IV. Rosamond Cleere.

V. Mary Loaper, hi. 6 Sept. 1893, Lieut.-Col. Arthur Newtoa
St. Quintin, Ordnance Department, son of the late W.
St. Quintin, Esq., Bengal Civil Service.

VI. F^rances Emily. vii. Margaret Ethel.

Lineag'e. — The Newtons of Micklcover, co. Derby, are a
branch of the Somersetshire family of the same name, and
claim descent from Thomas, a younger son of SirJolm"New-
ton, of East Hartrey, from Sir Richard Cradock Dr Newton,
Chief Justice of England, temp. Henry VI. , who was lord of
the Manor of Newton.*

Thomas Newton, Esq. of Horseley, co. Derby, son of John
Newton, of Horseley, who was M.P. for the town of Derby Pi

* The following is the lineage of Sir Richard Newton or

Sir William Cradock, lord of Newton, the son of Cradock
ap Howell ap Grono (see Somersetshire Visitations, 1531, 1573),
-m. Joane, dau. of Sir Matliew Owgan, Knight, and had a son,

William Cradock, lord of Newton, ?n. Catherin, dau. and
heir of Sir William L)e La Mar, Knt. of Richardstone, and left.
a son,

John Cradock, lord of Newton, to. Jone, dau. of Sir Elyder
Dee, Knt., and was father of

UoBERT Cradock, lord of Newton, to. Margaret, dau. of
Nicholas Sherborne, and had a son,

John Cradock, lord of Newton, m. Nest, dau. of Sir Peter
Russell, Knt., and was father of

John Cradock, lord of Newton, to. Margaret, dau. of Howell
Moythe of Castell Odwyn and Fountayne Gate, and had issue,

Sir Richard Newton or Cradock, lord of Newton and
Nangle, and Chief Justice of Englan.l {see in the text), m.
Emme, dau. and co-heir of Sir Thomas Perrott, Knt. of East-
ington, CO. Gloucester. Another authority says his wife was
"Emma Harvey of London, Doniina de Wyke, 1576." He d.
1449, leaving issue, and was ancestor of the Newtons of Bitton,
of Somersetshire and Derbyshire.





and 17 Edward IV. He m. Margaret Widdison, and had two
sons, Robert and Thomas. The former,

KoBEBT Newton, Esq. of Chaddesden, co. Derhy, m. Dorothy,
dau. of Vincent Lowe, Esq., and d. 1592, having had i^pue,

I. Thomas, his heir, ancestor of tlic Newtons oi' Chaddesilen.

II. t'rancis, of Burn Ash, m. Eleanor, dau. of Robert By rde,
of Overlockho, CO. Derby, butci. h'eh. 162ci.

lu. El 'BERT, of wliom we treat.

I. Anne, m. Willium Moore.

n. Dorothy, m. William Ashbye.
The youngest son,

KoBEBT Newton, Esq. of Mickleover, co. Derby, Earrister-

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