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n, only
child and heir of William Wilson, Esq. of Allerton Gledhow,
near Leeds, and by her (who d. 25 Sept. 1835, aged 73) had
issue,

Norcliffe, his heir.

AVilliam Norcliffe Dalton, d. 15 Oct. 1798, aged 5.
Thomas Norcliffe Norcliffe, d. 1810, aged 15.
Isabella Norcliffe, d. unra. 1846.
Charlotte Norcliffe, d. unm. 1844.

Mary Norcliffe, m. 1807, Charles Best, M.D., of York, and d.
17 March, 1837, leaving two daus.,

1 Rosamond, s. to Langton.

2 Mary Ellen, m. John Anthony Sarg, Esq., and d. 10 May,
1891, leaving issue.

Emily Norcliffe, d. unm. at Brussels, 1817.
Col. Norcliffe d. 2 June, 1820, and was s. by his eldest son,

Norcliffe Norcliffe, Esq. of Langton, Major-Gen. in the
army, K.H., b. 24 Sept. 1791 ; ra. 24 June, 1824, Decima Hester
Beatrix, 3rd dau. of John Robinson F'oulis, Esq., and by her
(who d. 3 Feb. 1828) had one son,

Thomas, 6. 17 June, 1825 ; d. unm. 13 May, 1849.
Gen. Norcliffe d. in London, 8 Feb. 1862, and was s. by his
niece, Rosamond, elder dau. of his sister, Mary Norcliffe Best,
who took the surname and arms of Norcliffe by sign-manual,
2 May, 1862.

Rosamond Norcliffe, of Langton HaU, who, 6. 21 July,
1808 ; m. 12 May, 1830, Henry Robinson, Esq. of York (son
of Rear-Admiral Hugh Robinson, R.N., of Appleby, co.
Westmoriand; b. 15 July, 1735, d. 15 Nov. 1802), by his wife,
Mary Myers, rd. 24 Feb. 1787; d. 5 March, 1852, and by hint
(who was b. 20 Dec. 1800, and d. 30 Dec. 1858) had issue,

I. Hugh, 6. 3 May, 1831, Capt. 43rd Foot ; d. 2 June, 1880.

II. Charles Best (Rev.), her heir.

in. Henry, b. 27 March, 1841; d. unm. 27 Dec. 1868.



IV. Thomas, 6. 19 Sent. 1815.

V. Francis Best, h. 14 Aug. 1851.

I. Ann Norcliffe, d. unra. 15 Jan. 1862.

II. Rosamond, ra. 17 Jan. 1859, Rev. F. Jlctcalfe, of Lincoln
Coll. Oxford ; d. 1 Dec, 1860, leaving two daus.

III. EUen, m. 4 Aug. 1868, Tatham Gwyn, Esq.

IV. Mary, ra. 29 Jan. 1867, Lieut. -Gen. Edward Howard
Vyse, 3rd Hussars, and has issue.

V. Beatrix.

VI. Isabella Dalton, m. 7 Oct. 1880, her cousin, Charles
Dalton, Esq.

VII. Charlotte Wordsworth, ra. 14 Nov. 1871, Rev. Geo.
F\ Apthorp, and has issue.

VIII. Emily Norcliffe, m. 26 Feb. 1870, Major Lawrance, and
has issue.

Mrs. Norcliffe d. 19 Aug. 1S81.

Armi — Az., five mascles voided in cross or, a chief erm.
Crest — A greyhound sejant or, collared az., sustaining with his
right forefoot a raascle arg. Motto — Sine macula.

&a<«— Langton HaU, near Malton; and Petergate House,
York.



RADFORD-NORCOP OF BETTON HALL.

Eadfoed-Xoecop, Alexander Wiliia5i, Esq.
of Betton Hall,co. Salop, formerly Capt. 3rcl Stafford-
shire Militia, b. 1835, s. his father 1892.

Lineag'e.— Laurence Norcop, Esq., son of John Norcop,
Esq., 1)1. 1st, Miss Dicken, of Wollerton, by whom he had a
son, Laurence, Capt. in the army, who d. in the West Indies.
He m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. and co-heir of William Church, Esq.
of Tunstall and Betton, and by her was father of

William Church Norcop, Esq. of Betton, m. 1 May, 1781,
Anne, youngest dau. of James Lowe, Esq., of Lowton, co.
Lancaster, and by her (who d. 1825) had two sons, Lawrence,
who d. In infancy; William Church, his heir; and a dau.
Augusta, ra. 1809, Alexander Radford, Esq. (who d. 10 Dec.
1S52), 2nd son of John Radford, Esq. of Smalley, near Derby,
by his wife, Frances Theophila Vaughan, and d. leaving a
son, Alexander William, late of Betton Hall, and a dau.
Louisa Anne, i/i. Henry Justice, Esq. of Hinstock. Mr. Norcop-
0.. 1822, and was succeeded by his only son,

William Church Norcop, Esq. of Betton Hall, Salop, b.
13 April, 1783, who served as High Sheriff for his father during
that gentleman's illness in 1813. He d. s. p. 5 Sept. 1861, and
was s. by his nephew,

Alexander William Radford-Norcop, Esq. of Betton
Hall, Salop, b. 1800; m. 1832, Miss Mary Berresford, and by
her (whO(?. 1875), had one son,

Alexander William, now of Betton.
Mr. A. W. Radford, assumed by royal licence the additional
surname and arms of Norcop, in compliance with the testa-
mentary injunction of his maternal grandfather, William
Church Norcop, Esq. and d. 24 April, 1892, and was s. by his
only son.

Arras — Quarterly: 1st sa., three ostrich feathers chevron-
wise between two chevronels, the whole between three boars'
heads erased or, for Norcop ; 2nd arg., a fesse engrailed
az. fretty or, between two chevrons vaire, for Radford ; 3rd
arg., on a fesse engrailed gu.. between three greyhounds' heads
erased sa., collared or, as many bezants, for Church ; 4th sa.,
a chevron between three boys' heads couped at the shouldens
arg., crined or, each enwrapped about the neck with a snake
ppr.. for Vaughan. Crests — 1st, Upon a mount vert, a boar's
head erased sa., in front of two ostrich feathers or, for Norcop ;
2nd, A fret or, thereon a partridge ppr. jV/oHo— Possuut quia,
posse videntur.

iScat— Betton Hall, near Market Drayton.



NORMAN OF MISTLEY PLACE.

NoEMAN, Eev. Chaeles Feedeeice, M.A., of
Mistley Place, Essex, J.P., Hon. Canon of St.
Albans, Eector of Mistley -n-itii Bradfiekl, and
Eural Dean of Ardleigh, b. 28 Aug. 1829; m. 27
May, 1854, Janet, elder dau. of Thos. Glover
Kensit, Esq., and has issue,

I. Edward Kensit, J. P. and D.L., 6. 22 May, 18.55 ; m. 4
July, 1878, Rosalind Laetitia, dau. of Col. Ruggles Brise,
C.B., of Spains Hall, and has issue, Edward Brisc,
Kensit, b. 25 Jime, 1881; Charles Archibald Brise Ken-
sit, b. 12 March, 1884; and Laetitia Janet Emily.

II. Charles Kensit, b. 18 March, 1857.

III. Thomas Kensit, 6. 15 Oct. 1862.

IV. George Kensit Barnabas, I. 11 June, ISCi.

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XOR



THE LANDED GENTRY.



NOR



I. Janet, m. 14 Sept. 18S0, Rev. Eicliavd Abbay, M.A.,
Hector of Earl Soham, Suffolk.

II. Charlotte, m. Bev. H. W. Jukes, M.A., Rector of Castle
Comb, Wilts.

in. Helen F.mily, m. Walter Buchanan Nichols, Esq.
IV. Nina Mary, d. an infant.

Mr. Norman, son of Ch.arles Norman and Helen Harness
Seringa Norris, his wife, and grand.^on of Thomas and Frances
Xorinan, s. his uncle, Edward Norman, Esq., 1862. He has
one brother. Edward, and two sisters. Seringa Lydia Frances,
nt. Joseph Proctor Benwcll, Esq., and has issue; and Sarah
Elizabeth, m. Eev. John Arkell, and has issue.

S''at — Slistley Place, Manninirtree.

Town Hesidence — 15 Courttield lload, S.W.



4 Luke.

1 Eleanor, m. Thomas Lloyd, Esq.

2 Florinda, d. 'imm,
4 Elizabeth.



5 Augustus Patrick.
3 Margaret, d. unm.



NOElVrAN OF GLENGOLLAN.

NoRMAX, Thomas, Esq. of Glengollan, co. Done-
gal, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 186J.., Capt. (retired)
Donegal Militia, b. 1835 ; m. 3 Oct. 1878, Anne, 2nd
dan. of ConoUy Norman, Esq. of Fahan House, co.
Donegal, and by her (who d. 1881) has issite,

I. Charles, 1S79. i. Annie, b. 1881.

Lineage. — Samitel Nobman, Esq. of Londonderry,
Mayor of that city 1672, 1673, and 1674, m. 1st Margaret,
dau. of Willi.am Latham, Esq., Recorder of Londonderry,
and liad, with daus., a son, Charles Norman, Esq., 6. 1666,
M.P. for Londonderry 1703, 1713, and 1715, and Mayor 1707 and
1723; d. s. p., ant! his will was proved 1731. Samuel
Norman m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of John Gage, Esq. of
Magilligan, co. Derry, and left issue at his decease, 17 May,
161)2, a son,

Robert Nobman, Esq. of Dublin, M.P. for Derry 1733, and
Mayor 1711-15. He m. Sarah, dau. of the Very Rev. John
Bolton, of Lagore, co. Meath, Dean of Derry, and left issue at
his decease, about 1743,

I. Thomas, of Lagore (Rev.), b. 1715 ; m. 1746, Anne, dau.
of Rei'. Peter Ward, Chaplain to the Lord-Lieutenant, and
(with three other sons d. young) had issue,

1 Robert, d. s. j).

1 Sarah, wife of Thomas Lee (son of William Lee, Esq.,
by Elizabeth Lucas his wife, and grandson of Robeit L^e,
Esq., by Margaret Patten), and left at his decease in 1»00
(with three daus.) a son,

Thosias Lee Nobman, of Corbollis, co. Louth, .J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1820, d. 1875, aged 85 {see that
jamily).

2 Anne, d. unm.

S Florinda, m. 1st. — Lucas, and 2ndly, her cousin,
Charles Norman, Esq.

4 Elizabeth, d. v.nia.

5 Frances, m. Rev. Robert Norman.

II. Frederick. ni. Marcus.
IV. Conoi.lt, of whom presently.

I. Florinda, ra. Charles Gardiner, Esq., and was mother of
Luke Gardiner, created Viscount Mountjoy.
The 4th son,

Co.sollt Nobman, Esq. of Dublin, m. Sept. 1762, Anne, dau.
of Luke Gardiner, Esq., and had issue,

I. Charles, m. his cousin, Florinda, dau. of Eev. Thomas
Norman, and d. s. p. 1800, having devised his estates to his
brother, Thomas.

II. Thomas, of whom hereafter. in. Robert (Rev.).

,' IV. Luke, of Dublin, m. Anne, dau. of Alexander Worthing-
ton, Esq., and has issue,

1 Conolly, m. Georgiana, dau. of George Wilson, Esq. of
Essex, and has issue,

Luke, Cajit. Donegal Mihtia, late 69th Regt., m. 14 April,
1874, Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander Edwards, Esq. of
Dublin.

Conolly. Robert.

Frances, to. Edward Bennett, Esq., Professor of Surgery
at the University of Dublin.

Anne, to. 3 Oct. 1878, Thomas Norman, Esq. of Glen-
gollan.

Georgiana, to. Charles G. Tunnard, Esq. of Frampton
House, CO. Lincoln.

Mary Krause, m. W. GarStt, Esq. of Boston, co. Lin-
coln.

"lEIizabeth.

2 Charles, d. under age.

3 Alexander, Q.C., Barristerat-Law, to. Charlotte Sarah,
dau. of Robert Law, Esq. of Great Denmark Street, Dublin,
and left (with several daus.) a son,

Luke Alexander Lee-Norman, of Corbollis {see Lee-
Js'obmam of Corbollis).



The 2nd son,

Tuo-MAS Norman, Esq., devisee of his brother Charles'i
estate, m. March, 17911, Catherine, dau. of Hugh Lyons, Esq.
(who assumed the name of Montgomery), by Catherine, his
wife, dau. of Rich.ard, 4th Viscount Boyne, and by her (who d.
1825) left at his decease, 1833,
Charles.

Hugh (Hev.), Rector of Aughanunshin, 6. 1808: to. Anne,
dau. of William Ball, Esq., and d. 1875, leaving issue,
1 Thomas, B.C.S., m. 1871, Annie, dau. of John Carpenter,
Esq., and has issue, Harold Hugh, Maud, and Ida; 2
William, d. 1877 ; 3 Hugh, d. 1875 ; 4 John Gage (Rev.), b.
14 June, 1851 ; 5 Conolly, 6. la-)3, m. 1881, Mary, dau. of

— Kenny, Esc]. ; 6 Charles, b. 1856.
Thomas, d. under age.

Anne, m. Robert Maxwell, Esq. of Middle Gardiner Street,
Dublin, and d. s. p. 18S0.

Catherine, in. Thomas Kough, Esq. of Enniscorthy, co.
Wrxfiird; and d. 1885, leaving issue, Edward, who ?ii. 1st,
Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. — Burton, and 2ndly, the dau. of

— Milk-r, Esq.; Charles, I.C.S., m. Miss White; Jane;
Kathleen ; and Sophia.

Horinda, 7n. Livingstone Thompson, Esq. of co. Armagh,
and has issue surviving, Livingstone, late 11th Hussars,
and Charles Norman.
The eldest son,

Charles Norman, Esq., J.P. for co. Donegal, m. 27 April,
1829, Anne Eliza, eldest dau of Edwai'd Kough, of New Ross,
CO. Wexford, and (/. Aug. 1843, leaving an only child, the
present Thomas Norman, Esq. of Glengollan.

Seat — Glengollan, Fahan, Londonderry.



NORMAN OF THE ROOKERY.

Nobman, Archibald Cameeon, Esq. of The
Rookery, co. Kent, J. P., h. 16 Oct. 1862; educated
at Eton, and Trin. Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1884,
M.A. 1887 ; m. 4 March, 1890, Mildred Emily,
eldest dau. of the late Col. Baldwin Wake, 21 at
Hussars, and has issue,

I. Charles Wake, b. 13 Feb. 1891.

I. Mary Julia. ii. Virginia.

liineage.— George Wardb Nobman, Esq., to. 12 Oct.
1830 , Sibella {d. 14 May, 1887), dau. of Henry Stone, Esq.
and d.. 4 Sept. 1882, leaving, with other issue, a son,

Charles Lotd Norman, Esq. of Bromley, Kent, J.P. and
D.L., who m. 18 Jan. 1859, Julia only dau. of Charles Hay
Cameron, Esq. of F'reshwater, Isle of Wight, and by her (who
d. 3 Oct. 1873), had issue,

1 George Cameron, b. 9 Sept. 1861 ; m. 25 April, 1891, Lucy
Ada, youngest dau. of the late F. R. Sowerby, Esq.

2 Archibald Cameron, now of The Uookery.

3 Herman Cameron, b. 8 June, 1872.

1 Charlotte Mary, to. 11 Oct. 1887, William Lewis Boyle,
Esq.

2 Adeline.

3 Margaret.

Mr. Norman d. 17 Feb. 1889.

Seat — The Rookery, Bromley, Kent.



NORRIS OF HACKNEY.

NoEEis, Henry Ceawley, Esq. of Swalcliffe
Park, CO. Oxford, J.P. cos. Oxford and Northamp-
ton, Major Q.O. Oxfordshire Hussars, late Capt.
8th Hussars, and formerly A.D.C. to the Duke of
Marlborougli, K.G-., Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, b. 9
Feb. 1841; m. 17 Jan. 1867, Mary. dau. of Eight
Hon. Sir W. Bovill, Lord Chief Justice of Common
Pleas, and has issue,

I. Henbt Evebard Du Cane, Lieut. 3rd Batt. The Royal

Warwickshire Regt., b. 27 April, 1869.
n. John, b. 17 April, 1870.
I. Dorothy Georeiana Mary, m. 25 July, 18S3, Arthur

Pearson Davison, Esq. of Undeniver, Sevenoaks,

Kent, eldest son of the Right Hon. R. Davison, M.P.

Durham, and has issue, three daus., i. Ida Mary Dorothy ;

II. Enid Barbara; and ill. Ivy.

Liineage. — This family originally resided in co. Glamorgan,



NOE



THE LANDED GENTRY.



NOR



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and at the commpncement of the ICth century was established
in Devon and Somerset.

John Norris. of Wincle, Devon (.buiiedatSt. Deoumans, co.
Somerset), m. Agnes Galhampton, and had a son,

John Korris, afterwards of Splate, in the parish of St.
Decumans, Somerset (buried at St. Decumans), m. Tetronell
Paslew, of Horwood, Devon, and had a son,

Hugh Xorris, of Splate, 6. 1540 (buried at St. Decumans).
The coat of arms and crest of the family were granted to
Hugh Norris by Cooke, Clarenceux, 1573. Hugh Norris lu.
Joan Clarke of Okey, Somerset, and had a son,

John Xorris, of Splate (from whom the family of Xorris
of Kosecraddoek, co. Cornwall, also descend), m. at St. Decu-
mans, 6 July, 1609, Joan Lewes (2nd wife), of AVatchet,
Somerset, and had a son,

HrcH Norris, 0. 6 Sept. 1611, who purchased an estate in
Hackney, Middlesex, from Thomas, LordWentworth, 12 July,
160.3. He m. Susan Foisted, and had a son,

Hugh Noreis, of Hackney, m. Esther Watson, and had a
Bon,

Henry Norris, of Hackney, 6. 1677 ; d. 1762 ; J.P. and D.L.
for Middlesex ; m. in Hampton Court Chapel, 13 March, 1702,
Elizabeth Brookes, and had issue,

I. Hugh, 6. 1 Sept- 1705, afterwards of Rom.sey, Hants; m.
Mary, dau. of George Skipp, of Ledbury, co. llercford.

II. Hknry, who .S-. his father.

III. Renjamin, b. 18 Aug. 1709.

IV. William, b. 23 Dec. 1712.

I. Marj , ''. 1 Jan. 1711 ; 7h. 27 March, 1735, Peter du Cane,
Esq. of liraxted, Essex.

II. Klizabeth, b. 1 June, 1714.

The 2nd son,

Henry Norris, Esq. of Hackney and Woodford, Essex,
J.P. for that CO., b. 30 Sept. 1707 ; m. 2 May, 1732, Elizabeth,
dau. and co-heir of Gervas Handley, of Somerset, and had
issue.



I. Henry Handley, who s. his father.
I. Elizabeth.



II. Peter.



The eldest son,

Henry Handley Norris, Esq. of Hackney, h. 20 Feb. 1734;
buried at Hackney, m. 17 Oct. 1768, Grace, dau. of Rev. T.
llest, of Warton, co. Lancaster, and had issue,

I. Henry Handley, ft. 10 Sept. 1769, and d. in infancy.

II. Henry Handley, who s. his father.

I. Eli/.abeth, 6. 9 June. 1773.

II. Anne Henrietta, b. 9 May, 177G ; r,i. Picv. Daniel Everard,
of Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk.

The son and heir.

Rev. Henry Handley Norris, of Hackney, h. 14 Jan. 1771,
Rector of South Hackney, Prebendary of St. l^aul's and
Llandaff, and Chaplain to the Earl of Sriaftesbury (buried at
Hackney); m. 19 June, 1805, Henrietta Catherine, dau. of
David Powell, Esq., and had issue,

Henry Norris, Esq. of Swalcliffe Park, co. Oxford, J.P.
and D.L., and J.P. co. Warwick, b. 28 Feb. 1810; vi. 26 Sept.
1833, Ellen, dau. of Rev. John Lloyd Crawley, of Heyford,
CO. Northampton, son of Sir T. Crawley-Boevey, 2nd Bart, of
Flaxley Abbey, co. Gloucester {see Burke's Peerage and
Baronetage), and had by her (who d. 14 Feb. 1893) issue,

I. Henry Crawley, now of Swalcliffe Park.

II. George Hugh, 6. 26 June, 1843, B.A. Exeter Coll. Oxford,
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1S70, Lieut. Queen's Own
Oxfordshire Hussars.

I. Ellen Henrietta. ii. Anne Henrietta.

III. Albinia Georgians, m. Rev. H. C. Powell, M.A,, Rector
of Wylve, CO. Wilts, formerly Provost of Inverness Cathe-
dral.

IV. Mary Elizabeth.

Mr. Norris d. 19 Oct. 1889, and was buried at Swalcliffe.

Arms — Sa., biUettee arg., a cross flory of the last. Crest —
A denii-stag or, attired and pierced through the body with
an arrow sa., feathered ppr. Motto — Mors ultima linea
rerum.

i^esiiZeace— Swalcliffe Park, Banbury.



NORRIS OF WOOD NORTON HALL.

NoKRis, William Edwaed, Esq. of Wood
Korton Hall, co. Norfolk, b. 1 Jan. 1866; s. his
great-uncle the late William Norris, Esq., J.P.,
D.L., of Wood Norton Hall, in 1875; m. 15 June.
1893, Annie, 2nd dau. of T. L. Eorbes, Esq.

Lineage. — Charles Norris, Esq., m. 1828, Harriet
Armstrong, and d. 1874, leaving by her (who d. 1837) a



Bev. George Norris, who ra. 1859, Dania Jane Lloyd, and
had issue,
William Edward, now of Wood Norton Hall.
Charles Lloyd (Rev.), B.A. Camb., Curate of Belgravc, co.

Leicester.

Robert, m. 1889, and has issue.
George llassell.
Annie Harriet.
Eleanor Ina, m. 1838, William Watson, Esq., C.E., and has

issue.

Alice Margaret. Emily Lloyd.

Seat — Wood Norton Hall, East Dereham, Norfolk.



NORRIS OF SUDBURY HOUSE AND
HURST DENE.

NoEEis, Edavaed Samuel, Esq. of Sudbtirj
House, CO. Middlesex, and Hurst Dene, co. Sussex,
J.P. for cos. Middlesex and London, and J.P.
Westminster, J.P. and D.L. for Tower Hamlets,
was M.P. for Tower Hamlets (Limehouse Div.)
1885-92. h. 17 Oct. 1832 ; m. 1st, 1861, Mary, duu.
of James Gole, Esq., and by her (who d. 18G7j
has issue,

I. Charles Leslie (Rev.) M.A. New Coll. Oxon, Rector of
St. Thomas-at-Cliffe, Lewes, Sussex, h. 1862.

He m. 2ndly, 1869, Amelia, dau. of C. Wohlgemuth,
Esq., and has issue, with three other sons and one
dau.,

II. Edward Greville, B.A. New Coll. Oxon.

Mr. Edward S. Norris is the son of Samuel Edward'
Norris, Esq. of Upper Clapton, Middlesex, son of
Samuel Norris, and has one brother. Major Charles
George Norris, late 80tli Regt., and tvco sisters,
Charlotte, m. Eev. Joseph W. Griffith, M.A., Eector
of Pentraeth, Anglesea, N. Wales, and Margaret,
m. Eev. William Gilbert Berry, M.A., Eector of
Carlton Curlieu, co. Leicester.

Sfttts— Sudbury House, Harrow-on-the-HUl, Middlesex;
and Hurst Dene, Ha-itings, Sussex.

CLabs — Carlton, Junior Carlton, Constitutional, andOldCitj
Club.



NORTH OF ROUGHAM.

NoETH, Charles, Esq. of Eougham, co. Norfolk,
and Hastings Lodge, Sussex, M.A., Barrlster-at-
Law, J.P. and D.L., late Capt. Norfolk Artillery
MiHtia, b. 25 March, 1828; m. 16 March, 1859,
Augusta, eldest dau. of the Hon. and Eev. Thomas
E. Keppel, Eector of North Creake, Norfolk, by
Erances his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas Barrett
Lennard, Bart., and has had issue,

I. Frederick Keppel, B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Barrister at-
Law, b. 7 May, 18G0.

II. Roger Townshend, b. 30 Jan. 1803; d. 10 April, 18C4.

III. Marjoribanks Keppel, b. 17 Nov. 18C5.

IV. Charles Keppel, h. 5 Dec. IS70; (/. 30 Jan. 1881.

V. Anthony Dudley Keppel, b. 22 April, 1874; d. Oct.
1S86.

VI. Thomas Keppel, h. 26 March, 1876.

I. Marianne Eva, m. 28 Jan. 1880, Robert Charles Otter, Esq.
of Swinton House, Rotherham.

II. Arabella 'Valerie Keppel, lu. 7. Nov. 18S5, Hon. AVilliam
Frederick North, eldest son of William Lord North.

III. Frances Hilda, m. Capt. P. J. Zigomala, 19th Hussars.

IV. Dora Hermione.
v. Louisa Augusta.

Lineage.— The Hoy. Roger North, of Rougham, Nor-
folk (6th son of Dudley, 4tli Lord North, of Kirtling), b. 3 Sepi .
1651, author of the interesting memoir of his three elder
brothers, so well known as Tke lives of ike Norths ; vt. avA
had a son and heir,

Roger North, Esq. of Rougham, who left, by Jane, his 2nd
wife, dau. of W. Lake, Esq. of llitcham, two daus., Jane, m.
Josiah Boydell, and Arininia, »!. Nathaniel Kent, Esq., and
two sons. FouNTAiNE, his heir, and Edward Roger (Rev.),
Rector of Ringstead, Norfolk. The elder son,

FouxTAiNE XoKTH, Esq. of Eougham and Hastings Lodge,



1494



NOR



THE LANDED GENTRT.



NOR



6. 14 March, 1749 ; m. Arabella, dau. of Isaac Strutt,
Esq. of Hampstead, by ■nhom he had issue, Fkancis
Frederick, his heir ; Charles Edward (Rev.) Rector of Childe
Okeford, Dorset : Arabella, m. Sir John Meade. Thesonand
heir,

Francis Frederick North, Esq. of Rougham and Hastings
Lodge, ?). 2 July, 1778; m. 5 March, 17.09, Elizabeth, dau. of
Eev. William Whitear, Vicar of St. Clement's and All Saints'
and Prebendary of Chichester, and had issue,

Frederick, of Rougham.

Charles William CRev.), d. unm.

Dudley, m. Sarah, dau. of Major Lockyer, of Lockyersleigh,
near Goulbourn, X.S.W., and d. leaving one son, Dudley,
Major 47th Eegt.. and three daus., 1 Arabella Frances, vii.
"25 March, 1868, Arthur Cowburn, Comm. R.N. ; 2 Sarah,
TO. 1st, 25 April, 1866, William, eldest son of Col. Tomkin-
son, of Willington Hall, co. Chester, and 2ndly, 1883,
Count Guido di Valgoria ; 3 Helen Margaret, in. 18 Jan.
1865, Henn- T. Boger. Comm. R.N.

Koger Montague, Major H.E.I.C.S., d. unm. 19 Oct. 1876.

Edward, R.N.. deceased. Francis, deceased.

Arabella, d. 1893.

Mr. North d. i821 ; his widowin 1853. His eldest son,

Frederick North, Esq. of Rougham and Hastings Lodge,
J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Hastings, 6. 2 July, 1800; to.
16 June, 1825, Janet, dau. of Sir John Marjoribanks, 1st
Bart. M.P., and relict of Robert Shuttleworth, Esq. of Gaw-
thorp Hall, co. Lancaster, and by her (who d. 17 Jan. 1855)
had issue,

Charles, now of Rougham.
Marianne, d. Aug. 1890.

Janet Catherine, m. 10 Nov. 1864, John Addington Symonds,
Esq. of Clifton, and d. 1893, leaving issue.
He d. 29 Oct. 1S69.

Atvns — Az., a lion passant or, between three fleurs-de-lis arg.
Crest— A dragon's head erased sa., ducally gorged and chained
or. Motto — Animo et fide.

Sent— Rougham Hall, Norfolk. Residence— d, Victoria
Street, S. \Y.



NORTH OF NEWTON HALL.

North, Noeth, Esq. of Newton Hall, and late
of Tliurland Castle, co. Lancaster, J.P. and D.L.
for Westmorland, J.P. for Lancashire, formerly of
the Indian army, b. April, 182-4 ; m. 15 May,
1856, Alicia Grertrude, only dan. of Major Yer-
stiirme, and has surviving issue,

I. BoRDRiGGE, b. 16 Oct. 1862, J.P. for Lancashire and West-
morland, Major 4th Batt. Royal Lancaster Regt. ; served
in the Egyptian Campaign 1885.

II. Louis Aylmer, 6. 11 April, 1866, Lieut. Eoyal Ssots
Fusiliers.

m. Edward Eunbury, &. 28 March, 1869, Lieut. Eoyal
Fusiliers.

IV. Piers William, b. 13 March, 1871, Lieut. Eoyal Berkshirs
Eegt.

V. Oliver Henry, 6. 28 April, 1874.

VI. Albert Kenlis, b. 4 Sept. 1876.
1. Alice Helen.

He assumed by royal licence, dated 14 April, 1866,
the surname and arms of Noeth only, on succeed-
ing to the estates of his great-uncle, Richard
U'oulmin North, Esq. of Newton and Thurlaud
Castle, CO. Lancaster.

Liineag'e. — Oliver North, of Newton and Docker, living
temp. Henry VII., d. 3 Philip and Mary, leaving a son,

Thomas North, of Docker and Newton, d. 1560, leaving
by .Janet his wife, with other issue, a son,

Edward North, of Docker and Newton, who had to
furnish his quota of arms at the muster of the soldiers for the
CO. of Lancaster, 1574. He d. 1604, having by Marjorie his
wife, who d. 1577, had issue,

I. Richard, his heir.

II. Thomas, of whom presently.

I. Elizabeth, bapt. 1563, m. 1590, James Croft, Esq. of
Claughton Hall, co. Lancaster,

The eldest son,

Richard North, of Docker and Newton, bapt. at
Whittington 6 Jan. 1558 ; and d. 1618, and was s. by his son,

Thomas North, of Docker and Newton, mentioned
by Eaines in his account of the parish of Whittington, co.
Lanc-jster, bapt. Feb. 1.08O ; he m. 17 July, 1614, Mabel
Godialve, and was s. by his uncle.



Thomas North, of Docker and Newton (2nd son of Edward)
bapt. at Whittington 1560. He left by Ann his wife, who d.
1603, a son and heir,

Richard North, of Docker Hall and Newton, had to
compound with Parliament for his estates, with other gentle-
men fined for loyalty to King Charles 1646; bapt. 1591, in.
Lucia Alice, 2nd dau. of Thomas Carus, of West Hall and
Holton, CO. Lancaster, and left issue by her, who d. 1666,

Richard, of Docker Hall, which estate was sold by his de-
scendant in 1820.

Thomas, bapt. 2 March, 1632, d. 9 Sept. 1702.

Miles, of Newton Hall, bapt. 12 Dec. 1635; d.unm. 5 Feb.
1700, leaving his property to his next brother, Oliver.

Oliver, of wliom presently.

Agnes, m. 3 June, 1658, Thomas, son of William Atkinson,
of Geesgill, parish of Orton, Westmorland.
The 4th son,

Oliver North, Esq. of Newton Hall, bapt. 8 July, 1640, m.
6 July, 1671, Janet, dau. of Rev. Richard Jackson, by Dorothy
Ann, dau. of Sir John Otway, of Ingmire, and was bur. at
Whittington, 25 Jan. 1723, leaving a son,

Richard N



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