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hss issue.

III. Jason Wilshin, b. 7 Jan. 1811; m. and d., leaving one-

IV. Thomas, 6. 5 Aug. 1812; in. twice, and has issue.

I. Emma Grace, b. 22 Oct. 1809; rn. and U., leaving issue.

II. Mary Grace, 6. 25 March, 1814; in. twice, but has no-

Daniel Norton, Esq, of Northwood Park, Middlesex, and
The Dell, Bonchurch, Isle of Wight, b. 29 Dec. 1806: m. 1st,
28 Jan. 1832, Louisa Maria, dau. of Samuel Adderley Delves,
Esq. of 17, Broad Street, Golden Square, London, by whom Uu
had issue,

I. Daniel, now of Northwood Park.

II. Jason Delves, b. 25 June, 1844, married.

III. William, 6. 26 Feb. 1846; d. unm. 16 March, 1S77.

IV. Thomas, b. 21 Jan. 1848, married.

V. Arihur, b. 10 March, 1850, married.

VI. Henry Samuel, b. 7 May, 1854.

I. Louisa, m. 16 May, 1863, John Edward Dawson, Ei

II. Grace, 6. 7 June, 1840.

HI. Violet, TO. 11 Feb. 1875, William Stericker, M.D.
IV. Florence, b. 27 June, la57; m. 27 June, 1878, U.

lilac Iver, Esq.

He m. 2ndly, 5 Aug. 1870, Ellen Constance, youngest (
Rev. Samuel Rowe, late Vicar of Crediton, Devon.
Norton purchased considerable landed property in the
Kent, Middlesex, and Hertford. He d. 10 Feb. 1888.

Seat — Northwood Park, Rickmansworth.
Club — City Carlton.


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Norton, Eobeet, Esq. of Downs House, Kent,.
J.P. and D.L., called to the Bar at the Middle
Temple 1865 ; M.P. for Tonbridge Division of Kent
18S5-92; b. 11 Oct. 1838; m. 28 Dec. 1867, Amelia
Harriet, dau. of the late Rev. John Duncombe-
Shafto, and has issue,

I. Robert Douglas (Foreign OflRce), 6. 17 Sept. ISGS.

II. Reginald Arthur, R.N., 6. 28 Oct. 1873.

I. Gertrude Mary, b. 1 Jan. 1870.

II. Evelyn, b. 31 July, 1875.

Mr. Norton is son of William Norton, Esq. of
Burcote House, Northampton (6. 1791, d. 1851),
by his -wife, Mary (6. 18U5, m. 1S2S, d. 1871), dau,
oi' T. Bliss, Esq.





Seat — Downs House, Yalding, Maidstone.
Cluls — Carlton and Union.


NoTLET, Marwood, Esq. of Combe Sydenham
Hall and Chilliiigton House, Somerset, b. 1833.

Xiineagre. — Kev. George Notlet (son of Eev. George
2fotler, by Catherine his wife, dau. of Dr. Abell, of Stojiumber,
and grandson of George Notley, Esq. of Crickett St. Tliomas,
Somerset, by Eachael Salusbury, his wife), m. about 1786-87,
Mary, 3rd dau. of James Marwood, Esq. of Avishays House,
Somerser, and Sutton Court, Devon, and co-heir of her brother,
James Thomas Benediutus Marwood, Esq. of Avishays, and d.
11 Aug. 1S31, leaving two sons,

I. James Thomas Benedicius, of whom presently.

II. George.
The elder son,

James Thomas Benedictcs Notlet, Esq., 6. 4 June, 1791 ;
m. 1st, 6 Oct. 1814, Kachel, 2nd dau. of William Clark, Esq.,
of Beaminster, Dorset, and 2ndly, 1828, Elizabeth, dau. of
Samuel Palmer, Esq. of Stanley, co. Somerset, and by her left
at his decease, 31 Jan. 1851,

I. George, m. March, 1843, Frances Eliza Millet Thomas.

ir. James Thomas Benedictus, late of Combe Sydenham

III. Marwood, now of Combe Sydenham Hall.

I. Emma, m. Aug. 1842, George Harding, Esq. of Padnoller

House, Somerset.
ti. Mary, m. 1859, W. W. Elton, Esq.
jii. Ellen Catherine, m. 1847, C. H. Gardner, Esq.
jv. Elizabeth Kachel, m. 13 June, 1871, Kev. Edward Pigott,


V. Frances Victoria Marwood, m. 1859, W. Sweet, Esq.

VI. Elizabeth Kachel. vii. Louisa Sarah.
The 2nd son,

James Thomas Benedictus Notlev, Esq. of Combe Syden-
ham Hall, b. 22 April, 1830, d. s. p. and was s. by his brother,
3IAEW00D, now of Combe Sydenham.

.<4r.)is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th or, on a bend cotised az.
three bezants, for Notley ; 2nd and 3rd gu., a chevron erm.
between three goats' heads erased arg., for Marwood. Crest —
Out of a mural crown, a lion's head. Motto — Noli mentiri.

Seat — Combe Sydenham Hall, near Taunton, Somerset.


Pyke-Nott, John Nott, Esq. B.A., of Bydo-svn,
Swimbridge, North Devon, Lord of the Manors of
Parracombe, Eowley, &c., and Patron of the Living
of Parracombe, b. 26 March, 1841; m. 25 April,
1867, Caroline Isabella, dau. of Frederick Ward,
Esq., M.A. of St. John's, Cambridge, and has

I. John Moels, b. 3 Feb. 1868.

II. James .Sherard, b. 18 Jan. 1869.

lit. Edmund George Izacke, b. 22 July, 1871.

I. Caroline Evelyn Eunice.

II. Isabel Codrington.

Iiineage.— The Notts, other branches of whom were
settled at Irishcombe, in Lapford, and Ellishays, in Combe
Raleigh parish, at an early period, have held property in
.Swimbridge for centuries.

John Nott, of Swimbridge, Gent., 6. ttmx>. Edward IV.,
acted in the transfer of the parish lands in 1524, and d. the
jear following. His great-great-grandson,

William Nott, owner of Cobbaton and Uppacott, in Swim-
Ijridge, b. 1596 ; ra. 1617, Ellen, dau. (by Agnes his wife, dau.
<if William Spurway, Esq. of Okeford) of John Berry, Esq. of
<Jhittlehampton, 6th in descent from John Berry, Esq., Lord
of the Manor of Berrynarbor, who was 7th in descent from
G.'ilfridus de Berry, of Berry Narbor, tcir.p. Henry 111.

John Nott, son and heir, b. 1622; d. in his father's lifetime,
leaving, by Anne his wife, sister of John Bellew, Gent, of
Yarnscombe (descended from Bellew of Ash, who derived from
De Belle Eau, of the Conquest) a son and heir,

William Nott, of Cobbaton, Gent., 6. 1646; m. Mary, dau.
of James Hervey, Esq., of the family, as is supposed, of Hervey
of Aylesbeare, Devon, descended from Thomas, 4th son of
Thomas Hervey, the 1st of Ickworth, ancestor of the Marquess
of Bristol.

John Nott, of Cobbaton, son and heir, b. 1680 ; m. Agnes,
lieir of the Hamonds of Eastdowne. His 3rd son, but eventual

James Nott, Esq., 6. 1726, settled at Tordown, which
was another of the Nott estates in Swimbridge. He m.
Emeline, dau. of John Mules, Gent, of a younger branch
of Mules of Ernsborough, in Swimbridge, of whom was Sir
John Moels, who built St. Bridget's Aisle in Swimbridge
Church, a descendant of the baron of his name, and of
Koger de Moels, of Lewe, temp. Conquest. James Nott had
issue, two sons and three daus., Susan, imm. ; Erne, wifi;
of Rev. N. Dyer; Agnes, to. Richard Harding, Esq. of Buz-

James Nott, Esq. of Tordown, the elder son, Capt. in the
North Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, Lay Rector of Swimbridge,
&c., d. unm. 1809.

John Nott, Esq. of Bydown, the younger son, 6. 1769 ; in.
Susan, only child of Richard Norris, Gent., by whom he
acquired estates in the parishes of Witheridge, Thelbridge,
Southmolton, and Brendon. He d. in 1808, leaving a son and

John Nott, Esq. of Bydown, b. 1805, who s. to the entire
Nott property. He was Senior Capt. of the North Devon
Yeomanry Cavalry, Lord of the Manor of Rowley, &c. On his
decease in 1855 (his only brother, James, having d. a minor)
part of the property passed, by the will of James Nott, Esq. of
Tordown, to Rev. R. Harding, grandson of R. Harding, Esq.,
the husband of Agnes Nott. The rest of the property was
inherited by his nephew and representative of the family,

John NoptPtke-Nott, Esq., now of Bydown, eldest and only
surviving son of Elizabeth Nott, who n. 14 March, 1838, the
Rev. John Pyke, M.A., J.P., Rector and Patron and Lord of the
Manor of Parracombe. The Rev. John Pyke was only son of
John Pyke, Esq., J.P., Banker (6. 1762), Joint Lord of the
demesne of the manor of Combmartin, &c., sometime Patron
of Martinhoe, by Anne Hogg his wife {m. 1798), dau. of Thomas
Salmon, Esq., by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Thomas Hogg,
Esq., Lord of the Manor of Newton Tracey. John Pyke was
only son (by Susan his wife, dau. of John Law, Gent,) of John
Pyke, Esq., h. 1727, who, after the decease of his elder
brother. Rev. Robert Isaac Pyke, Vicar of Chew Magna-cum-
Dundry, Somerset (whose only son. Rev. John Pyke, Rector of
Eadstock, had d. unm.), became heir male to his father. Rev.
Humphry Pyke, of the old Devonshire family of Pyke, or
Pike, of whom was Henry Pike, Sub-Dean of Exeter Cathedral
in 1350, and also to his mother, Elizabeth, sole heir of the
Isaacs, Isacs, or Izackes, of W^estdowne. She was only child
(by Elizabeth, heir of Arthur Ellis, Gent.) of Robert Isaac,
Esq., son and heir (by Anne, only child by his 1st wife, of
John Codrington, Esq. of Didmarton, High Sheriff of Glouces-
tershire, and elder brother of the ancestor of the Baronets
Codrington) of Robert Isaac, Esq., who was son and heir (by
Grace, co-heir of Richard Roberts, Gent., Lord of the demesne
of the Manor of Combmartin, &c.. Patron of Chew Magna and
Berrynarbor) of Francis Isaac, Gent, of Westdowne, 3rd son of
Robert Isaac, Gent., of Buriatt, in Atherginton, Devon (whose
ancestors had been seated there from the time, it is said, of
King Henry III.), by Catherine, dau. of Robert Chichester,
Esq. of Hall, and his wife, Helena, dau. of Sir John Acland,
of Acland.

Arms — Quarterly; 1st and 4th gu., on a bend engrailed or,
between four leopards' faces, two and two, arg., an estoile of :
eight points between two martlets of the field, for Nott ; 2nd :
and 3rd, quarterly or and gu., on a chevron barry-wavy of
four arg. and az., between two trefoils in chief and another in
base counterchanged, a pilie naiant ppr., for Pyke; Quarter-
ings : Isaac, Roberts, &c. Crests — 1st, Two niascles fesswise
interlaced or, thereon a martlet gu., ducally gorged gold, in the
beak a sprig of laurel ppr. ; 2nd, On a mount vert, a demi-pike
hauriant ppr. between two wings gu., each charged with a i
trefoil or.

Seat — Bydown, Swimbridge, Barnstaple.

Residence— 'i, Titchfield Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W.


NowELL, Eet. Thojias Whitakee, of Nether-
side, CO. York, M.A. Oxon, Kector of Poijlar,
Middlesex, and formerly Fellow of Brasenose CoU.
Oxford, b. 25 May, 1824 ; m. 1885, Kate, dau. of
M. Mason, Esq. of Hoddesdon, Herts, and widow
of the Eev. Buxton Smyth.

Lineage.— Roger Nowell, Lord of Redo, m, Eleanos
dau. and co-heir of Richard Fitton, of Great Harwood aEJ?
Martholme, and had two sons, Adam, his heir, and Willianv
of Little Mereley. The elder son and heir,

Adam Nowell, livmg 7 Edward 1., was ancestor of





John Nowell, m. twice, and d. 1526, leaving, by Dowsatel,
his 2n(l wife, dau. of Tliomas Hesketh, Esq. of RufEord, with
several daus., five sons,

KoGEB, of wliom presently.

Alexander, Dean of St. Paul's.

1.AUBENCE, Dean of Liehfield, an able Antiquary.

Eobert, Aitorney at the Courts of Wards ana Liveries.


The eldest son and heir,

EoGER NowELL, Esq., m. Grace, dau. of Sir Eichard Sher-
borne, Knt. of Stonyhurst, co. Lancaster, and d. 8 Sept. 1567,
v/as great-great-grandfather of

EoGER Nowell, Esq. of Eede (or Eeade) Hall, co. Lancaster,
bapt. 8 Aug. 1582, aged 35 at the Heralds' Visitation 1613,
who d. 23 Kov. 1623, leaving (by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of
Thomas Fleetwood, Esq. of Kewton) an eldest son,

EoGEE Nowell, Esq. of Eead Hall, bapt. 13 March, 1605,
aged 7 at the Herald's' Visitation 1613, and aged 53 at that of
1664. He m. Dorothy, 2nd dau. of John Holt, Esq. of Stubley,
CO. Lancaster, and by her (who was buried 7 June, 1681)
had (with four daus.) sis sons. Mr. Nowell, who raised a
regiment at his own expense for the protection of Charles I.,
and defended Latham House with great skill and bravery as
its Colonel, was buried 25 May, 1695. His 4th, but (at the
Visitation of 1664) eldest surviving son,

Alesandee Nowell, Esq. of Eead Hall, bapt. 30 Aug. 1632 ;
m. 1st, 1665, Margaret, eldest dau. of William Faringlon,
Esq. of Werden, co. Lancaster, and 2ndly, 5 Feb. 1673,
Eleanor, 3rd dau. of Thomas Heber, Esq. of Marton and
Stainton, co. York. By the latter (who was buried 15 Dec.
1683) he had issue,

I. EoGER, the elder, of Eead Hall, Lord of the Manor of Eead
and also possessor of Netherside, bapt. 19 Jan. 1674-6 ;
m. 1st, 31 Jan. 1694, Jane, dau. of Eichard Townley, of
Carr Hall, co. Lancaster, and that lady having d. 13 March
following, he m. 2ndly, 16 March, 1695-6, Eebecca, dau. of
Thomas Heber, Esq. of Marton and Stainton, co. York, and
by her (who d. 13 Feb. 1744) had, with other issue,

1 Soger, of Eead Hall, bapt. 27 Dec. 1697 ; to. Mary, dau.
of Sir John Legard, Bart, of Ganton, co. York, and was
buried 11 Oct. 1734, leaving by her (who d. 1 April, 1770)
two daus. and co-heirs,

Eebecca, m. Eev. John Cayley, of Low Hall, Bronipton.

Dorothy, m. Eev. Cuthbert AUanson, D.D., of Adling-
ton, CO. Lancaster, Sector of Wath, co. York, and some-
time Chaplain to the House of Commons. She d. 1760,
leaving issue.

2 Thomas, d. unm.

3 Alexander, first of Manchester and subsequently of Eead
Hall, bapt. 31 Jan. 1706; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
Hatfield, of Stockport, co. Chester, and d. 30 Oct. 1750,
having had by her (who was buried 18 Oct. 1763) four

Alexander, of Eead Hall, vi. 7 Nov. 1761, Charlotte, only
dau. and heir of Col. John Ramsey, of Dean Street,
Soho, and by her(who (i. 8 Nov. 1785) left at his decease,
May, 1772, an only child, Elizabeth Eleanor, who d. 4
Jan. 1778, aged 12.
Thomas, bapt. 18 May, 1735, Lieut, in the King's Eegt.

of Volunteers ; d.unm. 1765.
Roger, of Derby, Surgeon, m. Dorothy Anne, dau. of
John Sole, of Bobbing Place, Kent, and by her (who
m. 2ndly, Col. Heathcute, of Derby) left at his decease,
1764, aged 27, two daus. and co-heirs,
Elizabeth Catherine, m. Henry Constantine Jennings,
of Shiplake, co. Oxford.
Dorothy Anne, in. James Barton, of Manchester.
Richard, bapt. 1738 ; d. young, 1743.
4Heni7, bapt. 13 April, 1709; d. 1754.
n. Thomas, bapt. 30 March. 1676 ; d. v. p. unm.

III. Eobert, bapt. 9 May, 1680.

IV. Alexander, of w-hose line we treat.

I. Bridget, m. before 1695, Thomas Sherson, of EUod Craig,
CO. Lancaster.
The youngest son,

Alexander Nowell, Esq. of Gawthorp, co. Lancaster, Capt.
in the Lancashire Militia, bapt. 11 May, 1682; m. 12 Dec.
1706, Mary, dau. of Richard Assheton, of Cuerdale, and was
bur. 16 March, 1747, having had by her (who d. 3 May,

Alexander, living 1736, who had two sons, Charles and

Eichard, of the Accountant-General's Office, Court of Chan-
cery, bapt. 18 Nov. 1712; living unm. 1783.

Roger, of Altham Hall and Stockbridge, co. Lancaster, m.
the relict of — Lonsdale, of High Eipley, co. Lancaster, and
had an only child, Mary, ni. James Faiington, Esq., brother
of Sir William Farington, Knt. of Shawe Hall, co. Lancaster.

Thomas, d. unm.

James, m. Alice, dau. of Cobb, of Nantwich, co. Chester.

and by her (who m. 2ndly, Peikins) left at his decease,
4 May, 1749, three daus. and co-heirs, Elizabeth, m. Prest-
bury, of Chester, Rebecca, and Anne, living unm. 1783.
Salph, of whom presently.

Elizabeth, TO. 6 Aug. 1745, James Isherwood, Esq. ofBolton-
le-Moors ; he d. 1782.
The youngest son,

Salph Nowell, Esq. of Gawthorp Hall, co. Lancaster, and
subsequently of Eccleston, in the same co., and of Coverhead,
CO. York, m. 1 Dec. 1755, Sarah, dau. of Thomas Witaker,
Esq. of Holme, co. Lancaster, and d. 25 May, 1780, aged 58,
having had by her (who was buried 3 April, 1793),

I. Thomas Michael, successor to his father, of Eccleston and
Coverhead, and of The Ketreat, Essex, M.D., b. 29 Sept.
1760; m. Anne West, of the city of London, and d. 8 Aug.
1807, leaving an only child and heir,

Alexander John Nowell, 6. 7 May, 1789, d. unm. 17 Sept.

II. Alexander, an officer in the Indian Army, in which he
continued till his marriage, 1793, when he settled in Tirhoot,
in Bengal. He subsequently became of Underley, in West-
morland, which county he represented in Parliament. He
m, 1st, 6 Jan. 1793, Maria Theresa, dau. of Thomas Keaman,
of the city of London, and widow of Col. Henry Watson,
Chief Engineer to the H.E.I.C, and 2ndly, 5 April, 1825,
Charlotte, 4th dau. of James Farington, Esq. of Shawe
Hall, CO. Lancaster, by Mary his wife, only child of Roger
Nowell, Esq. of Altham Hall, which lady d. 2 Jan. 1842.
Mr. Nowell d. s. p. 17 Nuv. 1842, at Netherside.

III. Ralph, 6. 1763 ; d. 1777.

IV. Richard, of London, 6. 29 Dec. 1764; m. 1 July, 1793,
Anne Isabella Anne, dau. of the Ven. Arthur Coham,
Archdeacon of Wilts, Prebendary of Sarum, and d. s. p.

I. Rebecca, m. 29 Dec. 1789, William Atkinson, Esq. of
Linton, in Craven, co. York, and d. 21 Dec. 1829, leaving
by him, who d. 14 April, 1816, an only dau. and heir,

Margaret, of Netherside and Linton, co. York, who
assumed, 1 Nov. 1843, the surname and arms of Nowell,
out of respect to her uncle, Alexander, and from being
the eldest representative of the family. She m. 11 May,
18'22, Rev. Josias Robinson, M.A., Rector of Alresford,
Essex (of the family of Robinson, formerly of Raydale,
CO. York, and by him (who d. 20 May, 1843) had issue,

1 Alexander Dawson, late of Netherside, d. 7 Jan. 1866.

2 Thomas Whitaker (Rev.), M.A., now of Netherside.

3 William Atkinson, M.A., h. 30 June, 1829.

4 Ralph Assheton, Lieut.-Col. in the Bengal Staff Corps
(retired), J. P. for West Riding, co. York, 6. 23 Nov. 1830;
m. 11 June, 1864, Ellen Eliza, eldest dau. of Eev. H. J.
Swale, of Ingfield, Settle, co. York, and has issue.
Soger Whitaker, h. 24 March, 1865 ; Walter Salmon, b.
18 Oct. 1867 ; Mary Ethel; also two other daus., who d.
In infancy.

5 Eichard, d.. young.

1 IHary Charlotte.

2 Margaret, m. 18 Nov. 1851, Thomas Hordern Whit
taker, Esq. of The Holme, co. Lancaster, and d. 11 Oct.
1852, leaving a dau., Mary Charlotte.

She d. 21 Oct. 1861.

II. Anne, in. Jan. 1799 — Williams, of Hoddesdon, co. Herts,
and d. 1841. in. Lucy.

IV. Sarah, in. II Dec. 1792, Thomas Hainsworth, of Leeds,
who d. s. p. April, 1824. v. Mary.

Arms — Arg., three covered cups sa. Crest — An arm embowed
in armour, holding in the hand a flaming bomb, all ppr.
5eai— Netherside, near Skipton, co. Yoi'k.
Residence— The Rectory, Poplar.


Nugent, Oliver Stitaet Wood, Esq. of Farren
Connell, co. Caran, J.P., Cajjt. King's Eojal Eifle
Corps, 6. 9 Nov. ] 8G0.

Lineage.— Oliver Ntgent, Esq. of Ballina, 3rd son (by
Marian his wife, dau. of Nicholas, Lord Howth) of Sir Chris-
topher Nugent, eldest son and heir-apparent of Richard, 12th
Lord Delvin, m. 1st, Anne, 2nd dau. of Christopher, 6th Lord
Dunsany, by whom he had one son, Christopher, ancestoroi
the Nugents of Ballina. He m. 2ndly, Miss Browne, of co.
Westmeath, and by her was father of

William Nogent, Esq. of Rathanwear, to. Alison, dau. of Sir
James Fitzsimon, of Tullynally, and had two sons, Oliver and
James. The former

Oliver Ncgent, Esq. of Enagh, co. Cavan, m. Joan, dau. of
Christopher Nugent, of Kilmore, and by her had two sons,
Nicholas, of Enagh, and Robert, of whom we treat. The latter,

Robert Ncgent, Esq. of Farren Connell, 6. 1640; rn. Mar-
garet, dau. of Richard Dease, Esq. of Turbotstown, co. West-
meath, and had, with two daus., one son,

Oliver Ncgent, Esq. of Bobsgrove, b. 1676; to. Catherine,





dau. of Col. John Eeilly, of Garryrococlv, co. Cavan, and by
her had, with three daus., a son and heir,

EoBEKT XfGEST, Esq. of Bobsgrove, High Sheriff 1762, 6.
6 Oct. 1703; m. 2 Sept. 1740, Anastatia, dan. of Michael
Lincoln, Esq., and had three sons, Oliver, his heir; Ilichard,
Capt. 31st Kegt., and afterwards an Officerin the Russian ser-
vice, b. 1745, d. nnm. 11 July, 1794; and Cliristoplicr, Capt.
49th Regt., b. 1746. The eldest son,

Oliver Nogent, Esq. of Bobsgrove, High Sheriff 178S, l.
20 Oct. 1741; m. June, 1766, Eleanor Mervyn. dau. of Chris-
topher In-inc, Esq. of Castle Irvine, co. Fermanagh, and by
her had issue,

Oliver, an Officer in the army, h. 1771 ; d. mini. 1794, v. p.
Kicbard, an Officer K.A., 6. 1774 ; d. nnm. 1794, v. p.
Eobert William, Capt. Royal Irish Artillery, d. s. p. 1794.
Chkistophee Edmond John, of whom presently.
Mervyn, m. the Very Rev John Willi.ara Keatinge, Dean of

St. f atrick's, nephew to the 1st Lord Oriel, and d. Slarch,

Henrietta Catherine Blanche, m. June, 1799, James O'Reilly,

Esq. of Baltrasiia, co. iMeath, and d. April, 1823.

Mr. Nugent d. 10 July, 1S13, and was s. by his youngest and
then only surviving son,

Christopher Edmond John Nugent, Esq, of Bobsgrove,

CO. Cavan, an Officer of Dragoons, b. 22 June, 1777: m.

13 June. 1803, Sophia Maria Anne, eldest dau. William

Rathborne, Esq. of Scrypplestown, co. Dublin, liy Florence

Elizabeth Anne his wife, dau. of William Irvine, Esq., M.T.,

of Castle Irvine, co. Fermanagh, and had issue,

Oliver, b. 17 June, 1804; m. 30 Oct. 1837, Sophia Anna

Maria, 2nd dau. oi Robert Johnston, Esq. of Kinlough

House, CO. Leitrim, and dying 5 Jan. 1840, left a son,

Edmond Robert, of Kilrue, b. 8 Feb. 1839: m. 15 Dec 18t)4,

Ida Margaret, Srd dau. of John Rowe, Esq. of Ballycross,

D.L. CO. Wexford, and d. s. p. 1876.

William Gavin, an Officer in the I\Iadras Engineers, b.

17 June, 1805 ; d. unm. 24 Dec. 1828.
Edmond, Vicar of Denn, co. Cavan, b. 17 Oct. 1808; to.
2 Dec. 18J0, Frances, dau. of Matthew Nisbett, Ksq. of
Derricarne House, co. Leitrim, and d. 1 Nov. 1854, leaving
a dau. Sophia Mary.
Robert George, b. 14 Oct. 1812; (Z. 29 ,Jan. 1835.
Richard, of Kilrue, J. P. co. Meatli, b. 17 Aug. 1822: m.
5 Dec. 1848, Amelia St. George, dau. of Edward Stopford,
D.D., Bishop of Meath, and by her (who d. 25 April, 18711)
has had issue, 1 Edward Stopford Edmond Richard, b. 23
Feb. 1851, d. 29 April, 1862; 2 Richard Oliver William
Beresford, 6. 21 July, 1852, d. 9 Sept. following ; 1 Sopliia
Maria Anne Catherine ; 2 Amelia St. George Eugenie
Hortense Catherine ; 3 Evelyn Florence Mervyn Irvine, d.
5 Jan. 1860.
St. George Mervyn, of Farren Connell.
Henrietta Florence, ra. Dec. 1827, Rev. Gorges Lowthcr
Irvine, eldest son of Rev. William Henry Irvine, and grand-
son of Col. Irvine, M.P., and il. 13 March, 1834.
Sophia Letitia, d. young, 9 Nov. 1817.
Mr. Nugent, who was J. P. for co. Cavan, and served as High
Sheriff 1821, d. 20 Feb. 18.5.3. His youngest son,

St. Gegege JIervtn Nugent, Esq. of Farren Connell, co.
Cavan, Major-Gen. in the army, severly wounded at Subraon,
b. 19 Jan. 1825; m. June, 185G, Emily Frances, dau. of Right
Hon. Edward Litton, Master in Chancery in Ireland, M.P.
Coleraine, and had issue,

I. Oliver St. George Christopher, b. 18^7; d. 185S.

II. St. George liichard Litton, h. 1859; d. 18G5.

III. Oliver Stdart Wood, now of Farren Connell.

IV. Mervyn Cyril, 6. 1 May, 1862.

Gen. Nugent d. 29 May, 1884.

Arms — Erm., two bars gu. Crest — A cockatrice rising vert,
tail nowed, combed and wattled gu. Mutlo — Decrevi,
iS'eai— Farren Connell, Mount Nugent, co. Cavan.


Nugent, John James, Esq. of Clonlnst, co.
Wcstmeath, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 18.55,
formerly Capt. Srd Dragoon Guards and L'iciit.-
Col. late Westmeath Rides, b. June, 1812 ; m. 1st,
1844, Anne Grahame, youngest dau. of Sir John
Hobison, K.II., of Edinburgh, and by her (who d.
184G) had a dau.,

Isabella Euphemia Anne, m. 1869, Richard Reynell Drought,
Esq., J. P., formerly 51st Regt., eldest surviving son of the
late Rev. John Drought, of Glencarrig, co. Wicklow.

He m. 2ndly, 1851, Helen, 2nd dau. of Thomas
Grahame, Esq. of Loud Water, Herts.

Lineag-e.— Andrew Nugent, Esq. of Clonlost, co. West-
meath (younger brother of Walter Nugent, of Donorc, ancestor
of the Barts. of Donore, a son of Andrew Nugent, of Donor?,
who was 4th son of James, eldest son and heir of Rieliard lOtli
Lord Delvin), m. Anne, dau. of George D'Arcy, and w;i-i
father of

Christopher Nugent, Esq. of Clonlost, d. 1 March, Ifii:;,
leaving by his wife, dau. of William Fitz-Lawrenee, Esq.,
a son,

James Nugent, Esq. of Clonlost, to. Marion, dau. of Rcd-
mon Petit, of Ballindeiry, and dying 1620, left a son and suc-

Thomas Nugent, Esq. of Clonlost, m. Ismania, dau. of
Theobald Nugent, of New Haggard, and widow of Walter
Pollard, Esq., and was father of

James Nugent, Esq. of Clonlost, vi. Anne, dau. of John
Cook, of Mollygallen, and was futhcr of

Thomas Nugent, Esq. of Clonlost, m. 1693, Mary, dau. of
Thomas Smyth, Esq. of Drumcree, and had a son and heir,

James Nugent, Esq. of Clonlost, m. 1719, Jane, dau. o5
John Cooke, Esq. of Cookesborough, and had, with five daus.,
four sons,

John, of Clonlost. James, C'tpt. in the army, d. s. ^i.

Nicholas, an officer in the army, killed at the Havannali.
Walter, who d. 1789. had, with other issue, John, who d. 1827,
leaving, by Mary his wife, with other issue, a son,
Walter Nugent, created a Baron of Austria, vi. Ist,

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