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orth, Esq. of Newton Hall, bapt. 18 Jan. 1684,
m. Anne, dau. of — Pre.'.ton, of Over Biggins, co. Westmor-
land, and by her (who was bur. at Whittington, 10 Feb. 1760)
had issue a son, Oliver. He d. 1773, and was bur. at Whit-
tington. His son,

Oliver North, Esq. of Newton Hall, bapt. 22 June, 1712,
m. 10 Feb. 1734, Alice, dau. and heiress of James Bordrigge,
Esq. of the Manor house, Whittington, and by her (who was
bur. at Wliittington, 1738) left at his decease, 20 March,
1761, a son.

Miles North, Esq. of Kewton Hall and Thurland Castle
(s. as heir-at-law to the estates in England and Ireland of his
cousin Lady Crofton, widow of Sir Oliver Crofton, Bart.), 6.
9 Deo. 1738 ; m. Susannah, only dau. of Oliver Toulmin, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law and Master in Chancery, and d. 15 May,
1795, having had issue,

Edward Jackson, d. 1789, aged 9 years.
Richard Todlmin, of whom presently.
Miles, Lieut. 67th Foot, drowned 1809, returning from India.
Mary Anna, b. 7 Nov. 1780 ; m. 30 Aug. David Morgan, Esq.,
and had issue, an only child, Mary Anna, 6. 17 June, 1799 ;
VI. 20 May, 1817, John Standfast Burton, Esq., and had,
with other issue. North, now of Newton Hall.
His 2nd son,

Richard Toulmin North, Esq. of Newton Hall and Thur-
land Castle, J.P. of the Coldstream Guards, 6. 7 Jan. 1782; d.
unm. 14 July, 1865, and was s. by his great-nephew, the
present North North, Esq. late of Thurland Castle, which
estate he sold in 1885 to E. B. Lees, Esq., retaining the old
family estate of Newton.

J^amilg of ^nrton.

Stephen Bctrton, who recorded his arms In the Heralds'
Visitation of the City of London in 1633, was the son of
Stephen Burton, by Mary his wife, dau. of Richard Swinsted,
of Ware, co. Hertford. He had by Martha his wife, dau. of
Geoffrey Prescott, an only son,

Edward Bdrton, m. 25 Aug. 1642, Abigail Moseley, and d.
30 Aug. 1673, leaving issue,

Edward, b. 8 Aug. 1645, an Officer in the army, killed in

action.
John, of whom we treat.
William (Rev.), Viear of Whitby, co. York, and Rural Dean

of Cleveland, 6. 24 Nov. 1660; m. 8 April, 1683, Elizabeth,

only dau. of Arundel Bull, Esq., and d. Sept. 1699, leaving

issue.

The 2nd son.

Rev. John Burton, Vicar of Higley, Worcestershire,
and Rural Dean of Stottesden, same co., 6. 26 Oct. 1648 ;
m. 29 Jan. 1671, Mary, dau. of Humphrey Grove, Esq. of
Pool Hall and Hall Close, Shropshire, and d. 2 May, 1720,
leaving by her (who d. 18 Aug. 17'28, aged 84), with other issue,
a son.

Rev. Edward Burton, Vicar of Wiveliscombe, Somerset,
and Prebendary of Taunton, b. 22 June, 1675; m. Miss Orchard,
and d. 2 Oct. 1744, having had issue,

John, of Pembroke College, Oxford, where he died.

Thomas, of whom presently.

Edward, of Yeovil, Somerset, m. Elizabeth, dau. of W.

Plucknett, Esq. of Winciinton, in that co., by whom he left

issue.

The 2nd son,

ThiiMas Burton, Esq., 6. 1719; m. the 2nd dau. of John
Morris, Esq. of Bewdley, co. Worcester, and had issue, with
two daus., a son,



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John B0BTON, Esq., 6. 13 May, 174S: m. Mary, dau. of A.
Tregent, Esq., and d. leaving issue, Thomas James Burton,
wlio d. s. p., and

John Standfast Burton, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., 6. April, 1782:
m. Mary Anna (who d. 27 Jan. 1841), only dau. of Pavid
Morgan, Esq., by Mary Anna his wife, only dau. of Miles
Korth, Esq. of Newt#& Hall and Thurland Castle, co. Lan-
caster, and had (with other children, who d. young),

NoETH, of Newton Hall.

John Edward, h. 8 Feb. 1835, J.P. and D.L., late Lieut.-Col.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; m. 30 March, 1869,
Isabella Jane, eldest dau. of Sir Evan Mackenzie, Bait, of
Kilcoy, and Balmaduthy, co. Ross, and on the succession of
his wife to the Kilcoy estates he assumed by letters patent
7 Sept. 1887, the name and arms of Mackenzie in addition
to those of BcRTON, and has issue.

Henry Viveash, B.A. Exeter Coll. Oxon, Vicar of Tunstall,
CO. Lancaster, b. Jan. 1841.

Jane Eliza, m. Nov. 1866, James Batten, Esq.

Mary Anna, m. 13 Feb. 1839, Henry Baskei-ville, Esq. of
Wooley Grange, co. Wilts, and Crowsley Park, co. Oxford,
and d. 8 Feb. 1888, leaving issue.

Emma Elizabeth.

Arms — 1st and 4th, per pale, az. and sa., a lion passant
"between in chief two fleurs-de-lys and in base a quatrefoil or.
4^rest — A dragon's head erased sa. guttee d'or and collared and
•chained or, in front thereof three mascles interlaced fessways
.also or. Motto — Animo et fide.

Seat — Newton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale.

Club — Junior United Service.



NORTHCOTE OF SOMERSET COURT.

NoETHCOTE, Eev. Geoege Baeons, M.A. of
Somerset Court, Somerset, and Buekerell, Devon,
Patron and Sector of Feniton, Devon, b. 11 Jan.
1820; m. 1st, 10 April, 1844, Eleanor, eldest dau.
of Hector William Bower Monro, Esq., of Ewell
•Castle, Surrey, and of Edmondsham, Dorset, and
hj her (who d. 1 March, 1848) had issue,

George Barons, 6. 16 Jan. 1845, m. 27 June, 1883, Char-
lotte Geraldine, dau. of Gen. Neville Hambledon
Custance, C.B., of Brook Heath, Salisbury, and had
issue,

George Barons, 6. 14 Nov. 1884.

Gwendolen Eleanor, twin with her brother George.

Sybil Geraldine.

Spencer Olive.

Eleanor Geraldine.

He m. 2ndly, 4 June, 1856, Catharine Bayard, dau.
of Charles Alexander Williamson, Esq. of Balgray,
.CO. Dumfries, and sister of David Eobertson
U^illiamson, Esq. of Lawers, co. Perth, and by her
(who d. 2 June, 1880) has issue,

Percy Williamson Barons, b. 18 July, 1357; m, 20 Sept.

1888, Geraldine, dau. of Sir Arthur Chichester, Bart.
Charles Bayard, 6. 5 Jan. 1861.
Isabel Catharine, m. 7 Nov. 1882, Alfred, son of the Hon.

Colin and Lady Frances Lindsay, of Deerpark, Honiton.

He m. 3rdly, 23 Jan. 1888, Katharine Paley, dau.
of Major Ashmore, late 16th Eegt.

Liineag'e. — George Barons Northcote, Esq. of Feniton
•Court, Devon, afterwards of Somerset Court, Somer.;et, and
•of Buekerell, Devon, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff of Somerset
3855, youngest son of Robert Northcote, of Buekerell (who d.
14 July, 1809) (ty Sarah his wife, dau. and co-heiress of James
Cogan, to whom he was m. 3 June, 1776 (and who d. 25 Feb.
1825) ; b. 17 Nov. 1796 ; s. his father, 1809 ; m. 14 March,
1818, Maria, dau. and co-heiress of Gabriel Stone, of Somerset
Court, Somerset, and by her (who d. 29 Aug. 1836) had issue
■to survive,

I. George Barons, now of Somerset Court.

H. James Spencer ("Very Eev.), late President of Oscott
Coll. near Birmingham, b.26 May, 1821; m. 10 Dec. 1842,
Susannah Spencer, 6th dau. of Joseph Kuscombe Poole,
Esq. of Bridgwater, and by her who d. 1 June, 1853) had
issue, 1 Edward James Spencer, deceased; 2 Bernard,
deceased; 3 Walter Anthony, deceased; 1 Maria Cecilia, a
nun.

.1. Elizabeth Cogan, m. 1855, Eev. Temple Hamilton Chase,
late Incumbent of Lydbrook, near Eoss, eldest son of Capt.
John Woodford Chase.

II. Caroline Matilda, ih. 1859, Eev. Drummond Percy Chase,
D.D., Principal of St. Mary HaU, and Vicar of St. Mary's,
Oxford.

in. Sarah Harriet.



IV. Emily Jane, m. 1860, Rev. Frederick Earle Freeman,
late Rector of West Lydford, Somerset, now Vicar of Pud-
dleton, Dorset, and has issue, three daus.
Mr. Northcote d. 2 April, 1875.

Arms — Or, a pale engrailed bendy of six arg. and az. between
four crosses boutonnee of the last. Crest — A stag arg., charged
on the body with two crosses boutonnee gu.,and resting the
dexter fore-foot on an escutcheon or, charged with a pale as in
the arms. Motto — Cito non temere.

Seats — Somerset Court, Brent Knoll, Somerset; and
Buekerell Lodge, Honiton, Devon.



NORTHEY OF EPSOM.

JfoETHET, Eev. Edwaed William, M.A. of
Woodcote House, Epsom, and of Box, Wilts, J.P.,
h. 23 April, 1832; m. 22 Aug. 1867, Florence
Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Sir John E. Honywood,
Bart., of Evington, Kent, and has issue,

I. Edward, Lieut. King's Eoyal Rifles b. 28 May, 1868.

II. Alfred Herbert, 6. 8 Aug. 1870; d. 11 Sept. 1871.

III. Charles Henry, b. 26 April, 1373.

IV. William, b. 29 Jan. 1876.

v. Francis Vernon, b. 8 Nov. I88I.

I. Florence Isabel, m. I Aug. 1889, Frank Richardson, Esq.

II. Mildred Louisa, ni. 20 July, 1892, Archie Stewart
Buckle, Esq. Lieut. R.A.

III. Mary. iv. Hilda Caroline,
v. Gwendolen. vi. Muriel.

Mr. Xorthey, "who "was educated at Eton and at
C.C.C. Oxford, "was formerly Vicar of Chaddesden,
Derbyshire, &c,, and is Lord of the Manors of
Cheam, Ewell, and Cuddington, in Surrey, also
joint Lord of the Manor of Box, AVilts.

Liineagre. — The ancient family of Northey was origi-
nally established in Essex, but became subsequently resident
in Wilts.

Sir Edward Northey, Knt. of Epsom, Surrey (2nd son
of William Northey, Esq., b. 1651, and grandson of Thomas
Northey, of London, recorded in the Visitation, of 1634 as
son of Thomas Northey, of Corshaiii, Wilts, and grandson of
William Northey, of Eddington, same co.), was M.P. for Tiver-
ton, Devon, 1710, 1713, and 1714, and Attorney-Gen. to King
William III. and Queen Anne. He m. Anne, sister and co-
heir of Sir William Jolliffe, and by that lady (who d. 13 Aug.
1743) had issue,

William, his heir.

Edward, d. 1774, leaving issue, a son, William, d. unm.

1808, and a dau. Anne, d. uiua.
Anne, m. John, Lord Raymond, of Abbots Langley, Lord

Chief Justice.
Elizabeth, d. unm. 1764.
Rebecca, i/i. Thomas Bradshawe, Esq. of Rigby.

Sir Edward Northey rf. 16 Aug. 1723. His eldest son,

William Northey, Esq. of Compton Bassett, Wilts, M.P.
for Calne 1713, and Wootton Bassett 1714, vi. 19 Sept. 1721,
Abigail, only dau. of Sir Thomas Webster, 1st Bart, of Battle
Abbey. Sussex, and by that lady (who in. 2ndly, Sir Edmund
Thomas, 3rd Bart, of Wenvoe Castle) had issue,

I. William, his heir.

H. Edward, h. 1728 ; d. 30 May, 1749.

III. Thomas, a Military Officer, who served in several parts

of the world, and lost a leg at the siege of Quebec. He m.

Margaret, dau. of J. L. Hancorne, Esq. of Gower, co. Gla-

moi'san, and d. 1780, leaving issue,

1 Murray, Capt. R.N., m. Mabella, dau. of Eev. J. Whitby,
of Cresswell, co. Stafford, and d. 1834, leaving an only

dau. Jemima, m. Capt. AUdritt, H.E.I.C.S.

2 Lewis Augustus, Col. in the army and Assistant-Quar-
termaster-Gen., m. Laura, dau. of Sir William Paxton,
Knt., M.P., of Middieton Hall, co. Carmarthen, and had
issue,

Augustus James William (Wyngron, Narberth), late
Major 41st Eegt., J.P. and D.L. to. Pembroke, m. 1853,
Laura Sophia, only dau. of Joseph Price St. George,
Esq., and has issue, Elizabeth Amy, b. 1854.
William Frederick. Stewart, 25th Eegt.

Laura Emmeline.
I. Anna, in. John Whitby, Esq. of Cresswell HaU, co.
Stafford.
Mr. Northey d. 10 Nov. 1738, aged 48, and was «. by his son,

William Northey, Esq. of Compton Bassett and Ivy House,
Wilts, LL.D., F.E.S., Lieut.-Col. of the County Militia, one
of the Commissioners for Trade, and Groom of the Chamber
to King George III. He represented Calne 1747, Maidstone



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1762, and Bedwin 1770. He m. Anne, dau. of the Eight Hon.
Edward Hopkins, M.P., Secretary of State for Ireland, and d.
J770, having had

I. William, his heir.

II. Edward, successor to his brother.

III. KicHARD, of Oving House, a 6en. in the army, who s. to
the estates of the Hopkins (aiaily, and assumed the name
and arms of Hopkins, b. 1756 ; vi. 1st, 1777, Erances, dau.
of John Wray, Es j. of Monaghun, and by her had issue,

I William IUcuabd, his heir.

1 Anne. 2 Frances.

He m. 2ndly, Miss Thompson, and by her had issue,

2 Eichard, Capt. 8th Hussars.

3 Lucy, ni. J. Itowley, Esq., and d. s.p.
, 4 Hairiett, m. Charles Shrader, Esq.

' 5 JuHa, m. Capt. H. Hamilton Shuui, of the .31st Regt.
6 Emma, m. Henry Le I'atourel, Esq. of Sidbury Castle,
Devon.
Gen. Korthey Hopkins d. 26 April, 1845, and was s. by his
Gon,

William Richard Hopkins Northey, Esq. of Oving
House, Bucks, J. P., a Capt. in the army, and Aide-de-Camp
to the Dulie of Richmond when Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, ?ii.
Anne Elizabeth, dau. of Gerald Fortescue, Esq. of co.
Louth, and by her (who d. 13 April, 1864) had
1 Richard Arthur Fortescue, an Olilcer in the army, who
d. on service in the 17th year of his age.

1 Fanny Elizabeth, m. 2n Jan. 1830, George Ives, 4th
Lord Boston, and d. 1860, leaving issue.

2 Geraldiiie, m. 1838, Joseph Pratt Tynte, Esq. of Tyntc
Park, 2nd son of Col. Pratt, of Cabra Castle, co. Cavan,
by Jemima Roberta his wife, dau. of Sir James Tyntc,
Bart.

3 Adelaide Grace.

4 Margaret Anioinetie, to. 13 April, 1860, Col. the Hon.
John St. Vincent Saumarcz, Rifle Brigade, now Lord de
Saumarez.

5 Eulalie Emily, m. James Agg-Gardner, Esq. of Chel-
tenham.

I. Anne, d. unm. ii. Charlotte, d. xinni.

iiL Harriett, d. unm. iv. Lucy, d. unm.

The eldest son,

William Korthet, Esq. of Box, AVilts, and Woodcote,
Epsom, Surrey, M.P. for Newport, Cornwall, from 17!)7 to
the time of his decease, 1826. He d. unm. and was «. by his
brother,

Kev. Edward Northet, M.A., Canon of Windsor, b. 22
Oct. 1754 ; m. 3 March, 1794, Charlotte, 2nd dau. of Rev.
Edward Taylor, of Bifrons, near Canterbury, and sister of Gen.
.Sir Herbert Taylor, and by her (who d. 19 Feb. 1837) had
issue,

I. Edward Richard, his heir.

II. William Brook, of Box, Wilts, J. P. and D.L., Kent,
Lieut. -Col. in the army, formerly of the Coldstream Guards,
6. 8 Feb. 1805 ; m. Dec. 1829, Agnes, dau. of Gen. Boreel,
of the service of the Netherlands, and niece of Baron F'agel,
atone time Ambassador in England, and d. 10 July, 1S8U,
leaving issue,

1 William Brook, an officer 71st Highland Light Infantry,
b. 12 March, 1835 ; d. at Kertch, Asia Minor, during the
Crimean war.

2 Alfred Edward (Rev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., b. 183S.
1 Agnes. 2 Emily.

I. Charlotte, m. 14 Jan. 1836, Major Henry Knight, 4th son
of Edward Knight, Esq. of Godmersham Park, Kent, and
is deceased.

II. Harriet, d. unm., 1823. iii. Lucy.

IV. Mary, m. Rev. William Knight, 5th son of Edward
Knight, E-q. of Godmersham, and is deceased.

Rev. Edward Northey d. 18 Feb. 1828, and was s. by his son,
Edward Richard Northey, Esq. of Woodcote House,
Epsom, Surrey, and of Box, Wilts, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
for Surrey 1856, b. 8 Feb. 1795: m. 1st, 29 March, 1828, Char-
lotte Isabella, dau. of Gen. Sir George Anson, G.C.B., brother
of Thoma.s, 1st Viscount Anson, and by her (who d. 18 Jan.
1842) had issue,

I. Edward William (Rev.), now of Epsom.

II. George VVilbraham, see Northey of Ashley Manny.

in. Francis Vernon, Major 60tU Rifles, b. 14 Oct. 1836 ; m.
21 Jan. 1869, Charlotte, dau. of C. S. Gzowski, Esq. of
Toronto, Canada, and d. 6 April, 1879, of a wound received
at the battle of Gingilova, Sjuth .\^frica.

I. Harriet Isabella, m. Sept. 185.*), Capt. George Ross, 11. E.,
eldest son of the late Field-Marshal Sir Hew Ualrymple
Ross, G.C.B.

II. Agnes Constance.

He 771. 2ndly, 20 Dec. 1844, Louisa, dau. of Rev. Robert Hcs-
keth, M.A., of Epsom Mr Northey served in the 52nd Hcgt.
Light Infantiy in Spain and the South of France, and at
Waterloo, and was afterwards in the 3rd Guards. He d. 21 Dec.
Is78.



^r;)u— Or, on a fesse az., between three panthers staiani
ppr. semee of estoiles arg., a pansy of the first between two
lilies of the third. O-esi-A cockatrice, flames issuing fiuia
the mouth ppr. jVoHo -Steady.

Seat — Woodcote House, Epsom.



NORTHEY OF ASHl1?Y MANOR.

Northey, Likut.-Col. George Wilbraham, of
Ashley Manor, Wilts, J.P. and D.L., b. 28 Jan.
1835; >«. 20 Sept. 1859, Louisa, dau. of the latl^
Arthur James S. Barrow, Esq. I'ormerlj of the 23rd
and 30t]i Eegts., and has issue,

I. George Edward, b. 4 July, 1860; ni, 1885, Jlabcl, dan. o6
Capt. Hunter of Killylung, Dumfriesshire.

II. F'raneis William, Capt. 3Gth Uegt., 6. 5 Jan. 1862; 'i,i.
Sept. 1888, Beatrice, dau. of Capt. Robinson, of thcIn^ii.u^
Army,

III. Herbert Hamilton, Lieut. Royal Scots Eus., b. 27 June,
1870.

IV. Percy Wilbraham, b. 31 Jan. 1872.

V. Arthur Cecil, b. 11 Nov. 1873.

VI. Cyril Brook b. Oct. 1877.

I. Constance Fanny, m. Jan. 1392, W. Barlow, Esq.

II. Mary Louisa.

III. Alice, m. April, 1884, G. J. Mitton, Esq.

IV. Mabel Charlotte.

V. Lilian Beatrice.

VI. Evelyn Marion.

Fjr Lineage and Arms, see Northey of Epsom.
Seat — Ashley Manor, Box, Chippenham.



NORTHMORE OF CLEVE.

NORTHMORE, JoHN, Esq. ot' Cleve, Devon, J.P.,
b. 1 June, 182t) ; m. 1st, 25 Aug. 18G3, Jeminm
Hajler, only dau. of Eev. William Hames, Rectof
of Chagford, Devon, and of Ham, Kent (site cI.s.jk
7 April, 1869), and 2ndly, 1873, Harriet 01ynipi;b
Morshead, youngest dau. of Northmore Herle-
Pierce Lawrence, Esq. of Launceston, Cornwall,
and by her (who d. 1 Sept. 1875) he has issue,

John, b. 3 Sept. 1874.
Olympia.

Ijineag"e. — This family of Northmore is one ot great
antiquity in Devon. It appeai-s from old family records that
John Northmore was seised of lands in the 6tli year of King
Edward 111. in the parish of South Tawton, Devon, where hi.s
descendants continued to reside down to the latter part of the
17th century, when the existing mansion and estates of Cleve,
in the parish of St. Thomas, having been required by an
ancestor of the present owner, the old residence ot Well, '\n
South Tawton, was gradually abandoned, and subse(juently
alienated. The disjointed and imperfectly preserved record*
of the family do not, however, permit of a connected pedigree
being traced further back than

Richard Northmore, Esq. of Well, South Tawton, b. cirm.
1520, who by his wife Joan (who d. 1585), left at his dcceasi',
June, 1594, among other children, a son and heir,

Edward Northmore, Esq. of Well, bapt. 3 Jlay, 15G0; m.
5 Oct. 1591, Philote, dau. of John Hayewoode, Fsq. of East
Hayewoode, in Bondleigh, Devon, and dying March, 1629, left
issue. The eldest son and heir,

John Northmore, Esq. of Well, m. 16 Nov. 1633, Johane
Stronge, of Torrhill and by her (who d. 1686) left at Iiik
decease, 1671 (with one dau. Elizabeth, ?)!. 11 April, 1681, to
Richard Weekes, Esq. of North Wyke, Devon), five sons,

I. John, his heir. ii. Willia.m, s. his brother.

III. Tliomas, of Cleve, M.P. for Oakhampton. a Blaster in
Chanceiy, b. 1643; m. 1st, Anne, dau. of — Pridham, Esq.,
by whom he left issue, a dau. and heir, Anne, m. her
cousin, William Northu.ore, Esq.: 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau.
of Solomon Andn;ws, Esq. of Lyme Regis, Dorset,
High Sheriff of that county 1697 ("she d. 1689); and •irdly,
Elizabeth, dau. of St. John St. Aubyn, Bart, of Clo»-
ance, Cornwall (she d. 1735). Thomas Northmore, d. July,
1713.

IV. Edward, Vicar of Chudleigh, d. unm. Oct. 1687.

V. Jeffrey, bapt. 27 Sept. 1648; in. Grace, dau. and heir oS
Nathaniel liisdon, Esq. ot Spreyton, and by her (who </.
Sept. 1720) left at his decease, Sept. 1724, a son, John, T>hi»
became of Cleve.

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John Northmore, Esq. of Well, bapt. 24 Jan. 163.5; m.
26 Nov. 1674, Margery Welcomlie, of Chudleigh, but dying «. j?.
April, 1713, was s. by his next brother,

WiLLiAiM NoRTHMORE, Esq. of Throwleigh, bapt. 13 Jan.
1C39; TO. 1st, Mary, dau. and heir of 'William Knapraan, Esq.
of Wanson, Throwleigh, but by her (who (/. April, 1685), he
had no iissue. He nt. 2ndly, 21 Jan. 16S8, Anne, dau. of the
Kev. William Hutton, Rector of Northlew, Devon, and by her
(who d. Jan. 1743) he left at his death, Sept. 1716 (together
with a dau. Elizabeth, m. 1st, Edward Herle, Esq. of Landew,
Cornwall, Hifih Sheriff 1713, by whom she had one son ; 2ndly
Charles Kendall, Esq., LL.D. (of the family of Kendall of
Pelyn), by whom she had several children : and 3rdly, John
Weekes, Esq. of North Wyke), a son and heir,

William Northmore, Esq. of Cleve, M.P. for Okehampton,
bapt. 8 July, 1690 ; m. 1st, Anne, dau. and heir of Thomas
Northmore, Esq. of Cleve (she d. 1717); 2ndly, Florence, dau.
of Sir Arthur Chichester, 3rd Bart, of Rawlcigh (she </. 1725) ;
and 3rdly, Elizabeth (who became his widow), dau. of William
Oxenham, Esq. of Oxenham, Devon. William Northmore
d. s.p. March, 1738, and was s. by his cousin,

JoBN Northmore, Esq. (son of Jeffrey and Grace, his wife),
who eventually becoming the representative of the family, s.
to Cleve, under the entail of his uncle, Thomas Northmore,
Esq. He )». 20 Jlay, 1730, Anne, dau. of John Collacott, Esq.
of Chagford, and by her (who d. Feb. 1772) left at his death,
Dec. 1735 (together with one dau., m. William Langdoa
Wilkins, Esq. of Slade, Devon), a son and heir,

Thomas Northmore, Esq. of Cleve, bapt. 23 Nov. 1735,
High Sheiiff 1769; m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Richard
Osgood, Esq. of Fulham, and by her (who d. 1770), left at his
decease, Oct. 1777, three sons, i. Thomas, his heir ; ii. William
Gracchus (Uev.), M.A.. b. 1768, d. 13 Dec. 1837, unm. ; iii.
ICdward, Capt. 10th Eegt., b. 17G9, d. unm. 3 Sept. 1S14.
The eldest son,

Thomas Northmore, Esq. of Cleve, M.A., J. P., F.A.S.,
b. 1766; ih. 1st, Penelope, dau. of Sir William Earle Welby,
IstEart. of Dent m Hall, co. Lincoln (by his 1st wife, Penelope,
dau. of Sir John Glynne, Bart, of Hawarden Castle, Flint),
and by her (who d. 7 Nov, 1792) had a son and heir,

I. Thomas Welbt, M.A., Lent, and Capt. Scots Fusilier
Guards, afterwards in holy orders, successively Chaplain
at Dinapore and Vicar of Winterton, co. Lincoln, 6. 10
July, 1791; 71!,. 13 May, 1822, his cousin, Katheiine, 3rd
dau. of Sir William Earle Welby, Bart. ; he d. 16 July,
1829, and had issue by her (who d. 11 May, 1869).

1 Thomas Welbt (Rev.), Vicar of Kirkhammerton, co.
York, b. 20 Aug. 1823.

2 John, now of Cleve.

Thomas Northmore m. 2ndly, 9 Nov. 1809, Emmeline, 4th
dau. of Sir John Eden, Bart, of Windlestone Park, co. Dur-
ham, and by her (who d. 21 July, 1850) bad issue.

II. Eden Shafto, d. unm. in the lifetime of his father, 1 June,
18.38.

I. Emmeline Eden.

II. Charlotte Osgood, 7)!. 4 Aug. 1835, John Whitloek. Esq.,
Capt. in the H.E.l.C.'s Madras Army. He d. 27 May, 1849,
leaving issue.

III. Penelope Louisa Davidson, d. ynung.

iv. Cornelia Risilun, m. 8 May, 1857, Benjamin Jones, Esq.
of Llanelly, and d. 21 Aug. 1870, leaving issue.

V. Adeiina Johnson.

VI. Caroline Amelia Brunswick, m. 17 March, 1817, George
Longwurth Dames, Esq., Capt. in H.M. 66th llegt., who
d. 20 March, 1860, leaving issue.

VII. EltridaSt. Aubyn. vm. Gertrude Johnes.
Thomas Northmore d. 29 May, 1851, and was s. by his
grandson, Thomas Welby Northmore, Esq. who conveyed
Cleve to his brother, John North.more, Esq., the present
possessor.

^rm.s-— Gu., a lion rampant or, langued and armed az.,
crowned wiih an eastern crown arg. C.e.si;— A lion's head
erased gu., crowned as in the arms, and charged on the neck
with a rose arg., barbed and seeded ppr. J/oao— Ntc data,
nee dejecta.

Stal — Cleve Uousc, near Exeter, Devon.



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NORTON OF BAQDEN HALL.

Norton, Thomas, Esq. of Bagdeu Hall, co.
Tork, J.P. for tlia West Kiding, b. 28 Oct. 1845 ;
m. 20 April, 1871, Alice Ada, dau. of Josepli
Dixon, Esq. of Preston, co. Lancaster, and has
issue,

I. George Herbert, b. 5 Oct. 1872.

II. Percy Goodall, b. 13 Sept. 167 j.



ni. Ernest Galloway, b. 22 June, 1884, d. 27 Feb. 1891.
I. Alice Mabel Race, b. 13 Sept. 1878.

Lineag-e.— Benjamin Norton, Esq., m. 10 March, 1796,
Elizabeth Naylor, and d. 31 March, 1839, leaving by her (whc^
d. 16 June. 1842) a son,

George Norton, Esq. of Clayton West, co. York, who m. U>
June, 1828, Betty, dau. of George Race, Esq. of Horbury, co.
York-, and d. 22 Oct. 1865, leaving by her, who d. 27 March,
1881) a son, Thomas, now of Bagden Hall.

S«at— Bagden HhH, near Huddersfield, co. York,
CLubs — Junior Carlton, and Constitutional.



NORTON OF NORTHWOOD PARK ANI>
THE DELL.

Norton, Daniel, Esq. of Northwood Park.
Middlesex, Major 1st London K.E. Volunteers,
b. 19 Nov. 1842 ; m. 5 April 18G6, Mary Ann, dau.
of J. Simson, Esq.

Lineage. — Daniel Norton, Brewer and Banker in
Uxbridge, represented an old family in that town, which
originally came from Lancashire. He m. Mi^s Scott, dau. of
James Scott, Esq. of Amsterdam, and sister of Elizabeth Anna,
wife of Pudsey Dawson, of Langcliff Hall, co. Lancaster, and
had four sons,

I. Daniel Scott, whose eldest son, Daniel, was leading partner
in the well-known tirm of "Norton, Hoggart, and Trist,"
of London.

II. Edward. iii. William. iv. Henry.
The 3rd son,

William Norton, 6. at Uxbridge 3 Jan. 1785 ; to. 13 March,
1806, Mary Wilshin, by whom (who was 6. 1 March, 1785, and
d. 1867) he left at his decease, IS Jan. 1857, four sons and two
daus.,

I. Daniel, of Northwood Park and The Dell.

II. William, b. 21 Jan. Ib08, settled in New Zealand, m.



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