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King-
John. Westcote, a part of the Lordship of the Barons of
Stafford, was by them enfeoffed to Eobert Fitz Otes, to hold
of them at a certain rent, ante 38 Henry III. Subsequently
to this, the name is found variously spelt, Otts, Oates, anil
Oattes, and the manor of Otes, in the parish of High Laver, co.
Essex, is stated to have been so called from John Otes, who
with others, held the manor of Little Laver, in the same co.
in the time of Edward II. At what precise period the Otes-
family first settled in Yorkshire in uncertain, but ic is of
considerable standing in that co. The title deeds of the
Shibden Hall Estate in Southowram, show that it belonged.
12 Henry IV., to John Otes, who resided there at that time,
and to his descendants till the reign of Henry Vlll., whilst
his kinsman Bryan Otes, some of whose descendants held
property in Northowram, possessed considerable estates at
Halifax, 21 Henry Vlll. About this period others of the
family appear as landed proprietors in the same district of
the West Hiding, amongst whom are found the immediate
ancestors of the present family.

Thomas Otes, of Lincoln College, Oxford 1575 (then aged
21), and aftei-wards of Thornhill Lees, near Dewsbury, pos-
sessed lands at Silsden, in Craven, and at several other placer,
in the West Elding. Dying s. p. at Holme, in the parish of
Almondbury, his estate was administered May, 1626, by his
brother,

Lawrence Otes, or Oates, of Woolley. near Barnsley, who
possessed lands there in 1606, and conveyed during his lifetime
{ante 1630) his real estate to his nephew William, son of his
brother, John Oates. This nephew,

William Gates, of Nether Denby, in the parish of Kirk-
heaton, near Barnsley, Gent. 6. ante 1594, possessed est.ates at.
several places in that district and at Giggleswick, in Craven.
Hej/i. 1st, adau. of George Greene, of Nether Denby, by whom
he had a son, John, living 1628, and 2ndly, Ann, dau. of Thomas
Beaumont, of Castle Hall, near Mirfield, Gent., by whom (who
d. 1663) he had issue,

I. John Oates, of Nether Denby, bapt. 9 Oct. 1631 ; m. 1st,
30 March, 1657, Susan, dau. of William Brooke, of Dod-
wortli, and had three sons and one dau., of whom the male
line became extinct in the 4th generation. He m. 2ndly,
Hannah Wadsnorth, and d. 9 March, 1709, having had by
his 2nd wife (who d. 10 Aug. 1691), with two younger sons
(James, m. Catharine, dau. and co-heir of John Wilson, of
Worthy Hall, d. s. p., 1738, and Samuel, went to America



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ttbout 1724, where lie scttlei! at Parnrtaple, near Boston,
and tliree clan?., JIary, m. Iticlianl Veveis, of Sheffield and
rotteiton; Martha, m. John GoilIe),of Wakefield; and
Hannah, m. Benjanjin Ilpist, of Swill.ngton), a son,
JosErH, of Nether Denby, m. 29 Aujr. 170G, Grace, dau. of
Bartin Allot, of Bilhani Grange, near Doncaster, Gent,
(by Mary his wife, dau. and c>-heir of John Peebles, Esq.,
-(^lentlenian of the I'rivy Cn'imber to Charles II., and
Lord of the Manor of Dewsbury), and d. 3 Feb. 1742, aped
63, havinj- had by her (wlio d. 24 Dee. 1748), with nine
daus. (viz. Mary, i». 1st, William Ilaigh, of Almond-
bury ; 2ndly, Edward Middleton, of Tidswell ; and Srdly,
John Hough, of Tidsweil ; 2 Jane, m. Itoger Hill, of
Heath, co. Derby; 3 Grace, d. young; 4 Anne, m, 1st,
Franeis Armitaye, of Dudnianston, and 2nd!y, Joseiih
Scott, of Woodsome : 5 Hannah, d. young ; ti Sarah, jh.
Thomas Shepherd, of Hemsworth ; 7 Catharine, m. 1st,
John Wilkinson, of Tidswell, and 2ndly, Mr. 1 arkes, of
Kexhorough ; 8 Susanna, ra. John Wilson, of Broom-
htad, Esq. J. P., the Antiquary ; and 9 Margaret, m.
Samuel Watson, of Bakewell), live sons to survive in-
fancy.
J Eiehard, of Denby and St. Kitt's, AVest Indies, b.
8 March, 1709-10; vi. Martha Tildsley, of Leeds, and
</. s.p. 1767.
2 Joseph, b. 24 Nov. 1716; d. unm. 174S.
-3 bryan, of the "Duke" privateer, b. 5 Dec. 1717;

d. tinm. 1746.
4 Bartin, b. 8 Nor. 1720; d. in Edinburgh.
■S James, of Southampton, b. 14 Nov. 1723, Lieut, in the
army, served under General Weiitworth in South
America, 1741, m. Catherine, dau. of Poole St. Barbe,
of Bittern, near Southampton, and by her (who i,i.
2ndly, Capt. Edward Earmar, of the U.M., and d. 1747)
ihad an only son,
Joseph, of Kilnahone, otherwise Green Hall, near
Cork, Sheriff of that city, m. 1st, 7 Aug. 1763, Eliza
beth, dau. of Lieut. -Col. Christopher Uussell, 17th
Kegt., Governor of Minorca, and widow of James,
younger brother of Sir John Conway CoUluirst, of
Ardrum, co. Cork, Bart. She d. 1776, and he m.
2ndly, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Hovell Earmar, of
Mount Hovell, co. Cork, M.D., which lady, d. s. p.
1810. He d. ante Dec. 1780, having had issue by his
iirst wife,

James Poole, K.IL, Lieut. -Col. 88th Regt. (Con-
naught Rangers), b. 20 March, 1766; rii. 23 Oct.
1817, Lucy Ann Davis, widow, dau. of Henry
Wiffen, of Chelmsford. He served in the West
Jndies (twice wounded), in tha East Indies, and
in the Egyptian Campaign of 1801 ; was in tlie
Expedition to South America in 1807, and through
the whole of the Peninsular war (three times
Severely wounded), was present at the battles of
Talavera and Urthes and at the storming of Eort
Picurina, d. s. p. 4 April, 1863.

Joseph-Allot, d. young.

Edwaid, Capt. of a privateer, settled in Canada.

Henrietta, vi. 1st, Stephen liossington Elms, of Cork,
and 2ndly, Rev. Andrew Taylor.

Catherine, m. Dr. Reeves, a Surgeon in the army.
IT. .Joseph, of Barnsley, bapt. 2 Dec. 1632; d. v.nm., ad-
ministration granted 22 Sept. 16C3.
lit. Joshua, bapt. 26 Uct. 1634 ; d. s.p. IGO'j.

IV. Thomas, bapt. 9 Feb. 1639; d. young.

V. Jonas, bapt. 10 July, 1642; d. young.

VI. JosiAS, of whom presently.

1. Judith, bapt. 10 April, 1637: in. 20 Sept. 1659, Richard
Nettleton, Esq. of Eaiisheaton, J. P., and d. April, 1664.

J7. Mary, bapt. 8 March, I64.T; vi. William Brooke, of Dod-
woith, and d. 25 June, 1712, ha\ing had i.ssue, of whom
Kev. Thomas Brooke, M.A., vi. Mary, dau. of the Very Rev.
Thomas Comber, D.D., Dean oi Durham, and was grand-
father of John Charles Brooke, M.A. of Eieldhead, E.S.A.,
Somerset Herald.

311. Anne, m. Rev. John Brooke, M A., of Fieldhead, Rector
of High Hoyland, co. l.ork, and was buried at Silkstoiie, 8
June, 1728.

IV. Elizabclh, bapt. 15 April, 1651; d. young.

tVilliam Gates was buried at Kirkheaton, 6 June, 1659. His

•6th son,

JosiAS Gates, of Chickenley Hall, in the parish of Dcws-
liury, bapt. 23 Feb. 1643; 'in. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of William
Eenton of Woodhouse Hill, Ilunslct, and by her (who d. 28

Ji.ug. 1679), had issue,

I. William, of Wakefield, b. 2 .Sept. 1673; m. 5 June, 1707,
Gertrude, dau. of Edwaid Goodwyn, of Raw marsh, near
Itoiherham, and </. 16 Nov. 1737, having had by her (who
.d. 3 Dec. 1729), nine sons and two daus., namely,
1 Edward, sometime of Furnival s Inn, Solicitor, after-
wai.ds of Rawmarsh, s. his maternal uncle, Edwaid
-Goodwyn, in his estates at Rawmarsh, bapt. 25 June,
1708, d. unm. 24 March, 1776.
-.2 Uihiam, bapt. 6 June, 1709; d. 13 June, 1730.
US Smnuel, bapt. 6 June. 1711 ; rf. an infant.
4 Thon.a.-, ci \\ akaield, J. P. for the West Riding, At-



forney-at-Law. .■!. his brother in his estates at Rawmarsh,
bapt. 22 April, 1712 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. ol Eduard Fos-
ter, of Thornc, co. York, and lieir to herbrotht-r, Edward
Foster, and d. 24 Dec. 1733, having had by her (whod. ,■)
Sept. 1791), with four other children, who d. young, one
6on and two daus., namely,
William, of Rawmarsh, J. P., only surviving son and
heir, d. uvm. 19 Aug. 1803, aged 57, when the estates
and representation of his family passed to his surviv-
ing sister and deceased sister's children.
Susanna, co-heir to her brother, m. William Crowder,
E-q. of Wakefield, afterwards of Bath, and. d. s.p.
April, 1806, aged 65.
Elizabeth, bapt. 19 Jan. 1743; m. 11 May, 1778, John
Crowder, Esq. of Brolherton, near Rotheiham (brother
to the above William Crowder), and d. 21 June, 1789,
leaving issue.

5 Richard, bapt. 18 Jan. 1713; d. young.

6 George, bapt. 17 Jan. 1714; d. at sea circa 1731.

7 Francis, d. young, 1731.

8 Goodwyn, of Manchester, Merchant, bapt. 17 March,
1721 ; d. u-im.

9 Charles, of Burdon Flatts, co. York, Capt. and Adjutant
2nd West York Militia, bipt. 11 July, 1723; m. Elizabeth
Charlton, and d. s. p. 1789.

1 Gertrude, of Rawmarsh, bapt. 21 June, 1710; d. unm.
1787.

2 Sarah, bapt. 17 Sept. 1718 ; d. young.
II. Joseph, of whom presently.

I. Anne, b. 12 April, 1672; d. March, 1681.

II. Wary, bapt. 3 Sept. 1677: m. 15 May,«1700, Joseph,
Sinithson, of Low Laithes; d. 30 Oct. 1741, having had
issue.

III. Elizabeth, bapt. 30 Aug. 1679; d. unm. 20 Sept. 1757.
lie m. 2ndly, 29 March, 1682, Hannah, dau. of Thomas
Fenton, the elder of Ilunslet, and d. March, 1718, having had
by this lady (who d. 15 May, 1733) four sons, namely, Josias,
Thomas, Samuel, and Benjamin, and one dau. Abigail, of
none of whom does any issue remain. The 2nd son of his first
marriage,

Joseph Gates, of Leeds, Merchant, 6. 11 June, 1675 ; m. 11
Feb. 1702, Mary, 2nd dau. of Thomas Fenton, of Hunslet, by
Mary his wife, d;iu. of James Ibbetson, of Leeds, Merchant,
great-grandfather of Sir Henry Ibbetson, 1st Bart, of Denton,
by whom (who d. 10 Sept. 1765) he had issue,

I. Thomas, of Leeds, Merchant, b. 2 July, 1710; m. 13 Oct.
1740, Sarah Watson, of Swanland and Forriby, near
Hull, and d. 29 Dec. 1750, having had by her (who d. 18
April, 1744) one dau. F^lizabeth, bapt. 21 Sept. 1743; m.
'1 honias Leach, of West Riddlesden Hali, near Bingley, and
d. s. p. July, 1807.

II. Joseph, /;. 10 April, 1712; d. an infant.

III. Josiah, b. 10 April, 1713; d. 28 April, 1719.

IV. George, of whom presently.

V. Josiah, of AUerton Hall, near Leeds, Merchant, h. 7
March, 1721 ; m. Mary, dau. of John Roebuck, of Sheffield,
and d. 24 Feb. 1(82, having had by her (who d. 19 April,
1795) one dau. Sarah, d. 1 Uct. 1755.

VI. Samuel, of Leeds, Merchant, 6. 15 Sept. 1722; m. Maiy,
eldest dau. of Samuel Hanier, Esq. of Hauler Hall, near
Rochdale, by Mary, his wife, sister of Sir Henry lbbets..n,
Bart., and d. 21 Dec. 1789, having had by her (who. d. 2/
July, 1793),

1 Joseph, 6. 10 Feb. 1749; d. an infant.

2 Samuel Hamer, of AUerton Hall, near Leeds, D,L. for
the West Riding of Turk, 6. 2i July, 1752; m. 4 Kov.
1782, Sarah, dau of William Coape Sherbrooke, I'.sq. of
Arnold, co. Motts (by Sarah his wife, dau. and eo-heirot
Henry Sherbrooke, Esq. of Oxion, co. Notts, and sister of
Major-Gen. Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, G.C.B., K.H.,
sometime Governor-Gen. of Canada. He d. II ^ov. 1811,
having had by her (who d. 2 F'eb. 1834), wiih four daus.
(1 Frances, bapt. 30 Sept. 1783; d. unm. 21 Oct. 1863;
2 Harriet Hamer, b. 25 June, 1786; d. unm. 10 Dec.
1797; 3 Mary Coape, bapt. 11 Feb. 1788; d. unm. 7 Nov.
1810; and 4 Elizabeth Coa|ie Sherbrooke, bapt. 10 Dec.
1792; d. unm. 12 March, 1812), four sons, namely,

William Coape, Capt. in the army and AiJe-dc-Camp to
his uncle. Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, b. 4 March, 1/90,
s. his uncle. Col. Coape, in properties in cos. Lincoln, _
Lancaster, and Notts in 1849, and his aunt. Lady Sher-
brooke, in the estate of Calverton Hall, co. Notts, in
1856. He m. Sept. 1822, Julia Henrietta, 2iid dau. of
John Leacroft, Esq. of Southwell, co. Notts, and d. s. p.
6 Jan. 1863.

Henry Coape, sometime of Paris, bapt. 13 June, 1791 ;
s. his elder brother in his properties, and d. unm. 21
Dec. 1872.

Charles, b. 10 Feb. 1785; d. an infant.

John Coape Sherbrooke, R.N., b. 10 Feb. 1704; ni.Nov.

1834, Ann Jane, 4tli dau. of Thomas Falkner, M.U., of

Loiind Hall, co. Notts, which lady d. March, 1870. He

d. 1 Dec. 1846, having had one son,

William Henky Coape Gates, of Langford Hall, near

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for that CO. 1880, b. 13 Oct. 1835, s. to the estate of

Calverton Hall on the death of his uncle, Capt. Gates,

in I8fi3, and to the family properties on the death of

liis uncle, Henry Coape Gates, in 1872. He -la. 4

June, 1857, Sophia, 4th dau. of W. L. Domenichctti,

Esq. of Collinghain, co. Xotts, 96th Kegl., by whom

he has two sons,

William Coape, Lieut. 104th Eegt. (Koyal Miinster

Fusiliers), b. 7 July, 1862; m. 4 Dec. 1890, Louise

Alice Mary, eldest dau. of H. K. Kerr, Esq., and

niece and adopted dau. of J. T. Woolley, Esq. of

Wembley House, eo. Middlesex, and CoUingham,

CO. Notts.

Erancis Hamer, of Trin. Coll. Canib., b. 6 June,
1866.

3 Josiah Henry, of Burley, near Leeds, D.L., 6. May,
1858; Til. Dorothy, 2nd dau. of Edward Lister, Esq. of
Langthorne, near Bedale, and d. 16 Jan. 1832. having
had by her (who d. 3 Jan. 1830;, two sons and four
daus.,

Charles, of Seville , in Spain, 6. 6 March, 1788 ; m. Jose-
phine de Bunes, of Seville, and had four sons and four
daus., who all d. unm.

George Hamer, of Bolton Lodge, co. Lancaster, 6. 13 Jan.
1794: d. unm. 8 March, 1871.

Eliza Hamer, b. 29 March, 1789 ; d. unm. 17 Feb. 1869.

Anne Margaret, b. 28 Sept. 1796; d.umn. 16 Feb.
1818.

Jane, d. an infant, 7 Xov. 1793.

IsabeUa Mary, 6. 13 Nov. 1786; m. 2 May, 1811, Wil
liam liprrowdaile, eldest son and heir of Kichardson
Borrowdaile, Ksq., of Bedford HiU, co. Surrey, and d. 9
March, lb36, having had issue.

4 Henry William, of Fieldhead, near Bradford, D.L., b. 24
May, 1761 ; rn. Margaret, dau. of Edward Cockshott, Esq.
of ftlorley, near Bingley, and d. 17 April, 1831, having
had one dau. Hannah, d an infant.

5 William, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., b. 24 March, 1764; d. unm.
1796.

6 Edward, of Bradford, Merchant, b. 17 Oct. 1770, and d.
12 June, 18a8; m. 1st, 22 April, 1801, Kebecca, dau. of
William Lodge, of Pontefract, by whom (who d. 26 Aug.
1817) he had four sons, William, John, Samuel, and
Edward, who all went abroad, and one dau. Mary, ra. 9
March, 1826, James Lambert, of Ashton House, Bradford,
andd. 9 May, 1866, having had issue. He ?/i.2ndIy,23
Aug. 1818, Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph Taylor, of Bradford,
and by her bad two sons, Henry William and George,
who both d. unm., and four daus., Margaret Anne, m.
Benjamin Cheatle, of Leeds, d. s.p. ; Elizabeth Hamer,
m. hrancis Kennedy, of Leeds, and d. 11 Nov. 1850, hav-
irg had issue; Frances, m. John Bray, of Leeds, and d.
Is April, 1857, having had issue; and Ellen, jn. 1st,
John Cawthorn, of I>eeds, and 2nrily, William Kelsey, of
Ixjndon, by both of whom she had issue.

1 Mary, bapt. 10 May, 1750; d. 14 June, 1765.

2 Ann, b. 25 March, 1754 ; m. Thomas Bond, of Lancaster,
and d. 1796.

3 Margaret, b. 14 March, 1756; d. unm. 17 May, 1828.

I. Elizabeth, 6. 19 Dec. 1703; m. Hugh Marshall, of Leeds,
Merchant, and d. 10 Sept. 1779, having had an only dau.
Alice, wife of John Parker, of Woodthorpe.

II. Anne, b. 14 Sept. 1705 ; d. unm. 14 July, 1787.

III. Mary, b. 15 April, 1708; d. unm. 21 Nov. 1782.

IV. Lydia, b. 24 April, 1715; m. Thomas Sanderson, of En-
wood, near Blackburn, and d. 1795.

V. liachael, b. 10 Dec. 1718 ; d. an infant,

Mr. Gates, who purchased in 1716 a portion of the estate after-
wards called Gatlaiids, and in 1720 other properties in Leeds,
d. 27 Nov. 1729. His 4th son,

Geobge Gates, of Low Hall, near Leeds, b. 18 May, 1717;
n. 31 Dec. 1741, Sarah, only surviving dau. and heir of
Joseph JoUey, of Manchester, Merchant, great-great-grandson
of John Jolley, of Leek, co. Stafford (of the same family as
that of Lord Hylton, whose ancestor ante 1684, changed the
name of Jolley to Jolliffe), by his 2nd wife, Anne, dau. of James
Chadwick, of Manchester (who m. 2ndly, John Eider, of Man-
chester, Mercliant, and had by him a dau. Mary, wife of
Thomas Philips, Esq. of Sedgley, near Manchester, and mother
of Sir George Philips, Bart, of W^eston and Sedgley). Mrs.
Gates d. 11 May, 1768, having had issue, four sons and sis
daus., viz.,

I. Joseph, of whom presently.

II. Benjamin, b. 20 Feb., and d. 3 March, 1745.

III. George William, of Leeds, Merchant, 6. 20 Aug. 1748 : m.
11 Aug. 17.^8, Mary, dan. of Robert Hibbert, of Manchester,
Merchant, and sister of George Hibbert, Esq. of Clapham
Common, Surrey, sometime M.P. for Seatord and Chairman
of the West India Dock Company, by whom (who cZ. 14 April,
1845) he had issue,

George Hibbert, of Greenwich Estate, Vere, Jamaica, 6.

31 Aug. 1791 ; d. 11 April, 1837.
Bobert, Capt. West India Eegt., 6. 30 Dec. 1792 : d. unm.

8 April, 1816.
Thomas Hibbert, d. an infant.
II.



William Washington, b. 2 Feb. 1796; d. 24 July, IbOO.
Hibbert, of the Whitney Estate, Jamaica, b. 6 Aug. 1797 •
d. 14 Dec. 1840.

Anna Maria, of Zion Hill, Bath, b. 5 May, 1790 ; U. anui.
Feb. 1S70.
He rf. 7 May, 1797.

IV. Frederick, of Belmont, near Leeds, Merchant, 6. 3 Aug.
1750; m. 29 Aug. Ii70, Phoebe Anne, 3rd dau. and co-heir of
William Eead, of Leeds, Merchant, and d. 14 Aug. Is03,
having had by her (who d. G Oct. 1823) two sons and three
daus.,
Frederick William, of Barlings Honse, co. Lincoln. J. P.,
b. 3 Feb 1785 ; ra. 19 April, 1820, Mary Anne, elder dau.
and ultimately heir of Charles Foster, of Barliug.i, and
(/. s.p. 23 Feb. 1862. She d. 24 March, 1879.
William Eead, b. 3 July ; d. 5 Sept. 1777.
Mary Anne, b. 20 Jlay, 1779 ; d. unm. 29 May, 1864.
Hannah Maria Harriett, 6. 17 Jan. 1781 ; d. unm. 26 SJcpt.
1828.
Phcebe Caroline, b. 31 Aug. 1782; d. unm. 29 Sept. 1809.

I. Mary, 6. 15 Jan. 1746; d. \(nm. 11 Feb. 17C9.

II. Annie, d. an infant, 21 April, 1756.
HI. Sarah, d. an infant, 11 Jan. 1757.
IV. Sally, d. an infant, 20 May, 1758.

v. Louisa Anne, b. 27 Dec. 17£8; m. 29 Sept. 1780, Eev.
William Wood, of Leeds, F.L.S., and d. 22 Sept. 18C6,
having had issue {see Wood of Singleton Lodge, co. Lan-
caster).

VI. Sophia Carolina, b. 15 Nov. 1760; m. 13 Out. 1785,
Thomas Robinson, of Woodlands, near Manchester, Mer-
chant, and d. 9 July, 1825, having had issue, three sons,
who d. s. p., and one dau. Sophia Anne, wife of Sir Ben-
jamin Heywood, 1st Bart, of Claremont, d. 25 May, 1852.

Mr. Gates, who, like his father, was a Merchant at Leeds,
commanded a company of the Trained Bands raised to sup-
press the Eebellion in 1745. He purchased, in 1765, the
estate of Carr House, Meanwood, and d. 20 Dec. 1779. Kis
eldest son,

Joseph Gates, of Wcetwood Hall, near Leeds, 6. 11 Aug.
1743, s. his father in the Carr House estate and other proper-
ties, and purchased a portion of the present Meanwoodside.
estate. Hem. 27 March, 1777, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Joshua.
Eayner, of Leeds, Merchant (by Sarah his wife, only surviv-
ing dau. of William Milnes, of Chesterheld, co. Derby, whose •
brother, Eobert Milnes, of Wakefield, was ancestor of Lord
Houghton), and co-heir of her brother, Milnes Eayner, of
Leeds, and by her, who d. 6 Sept. 1798, had issue,

I. George, of Carr House, Meanwood, b. 13 Feb. 1781 ; d. .
unm. 21 June, 1832,

II. Joseph Henry, of Gatlands, near Leeds (who for several- '
years represented the mercantile house of his family at
Messina, Sicily), «. his elder brother in the Carr House
estate, b. 15 Aug. 1784; m. 7 Sept. 1819, Mary, only dau.
of Thomas Dixon, of Bolton, co. Lancaster, Merchant, and
d. 17 Jan. 1868, having had by her (who d. 21 June, 1827)
two sons and three daus., viz.,

1 George William, 6. 18 March, 1823; m. 28 Feb. 1803,
Anna Maria Sarah, only dau. of William Bri.ggs, of Tich-
field, CO. Hants, Capt. 50th (Queen's Own) liegt., and d.
2 Oct. 1876, having had issue (with two sons and a duu.,^
who d. in infancy),

George, 6. 30 Sept. 1861, Capt. West India Eegt.

Joseph Henry, 6. 4 Aug. 1865.

Mary. Louisa Anne.

2 Joseph Henry, of Leeds, Solicitor, b. 12 Oct. 1824 ; d^.
unm. 19 Sept. 1859.

1 Elizabeth Mary, b. 24 Aug. 1820; d. unm. 27 Oct-
1845.

2 Sarah Anne, m. June, 1848, Francis Wemyss In-ine,
M.D., grandson of Alexander Irvine, Isth Laird of Drum,
CO. ALerdeen, by whom (who d. 5 May, 1883) she had
three sons, Francis Gates, Charles Sydney, and Henry
Harrington, and two daus., Elizabeth Mary, d. young,
and Frances Annie. She d. May, 1893.

3 Mary, 6. 7 April, 1827 ; m. 8 Sept. 1847, Joshua Buck-
ton, of West Lea, Meanwood, near Leeds, and d. 22 Dec.
1858, having had (with one son, William Henry, who d.
29 April, 1856) two daus., Mary Emily, m. 18 Sept. Ibl-i,
Hermann Karl Kremnitz, Intendantur-Rath, 7th German
Army Corps (who d. July, 189J, leaving issue two .sons),
and Caroline Annie, vi. her cousin, William Edward Gates.

III. Edwabd, of whom hereafter.

I. Sarah, b. 3June, 17i8: ?/i. 22 Nov. 1810, George Willi.im
Wood, Esq. of Singleton Lodge, near Manchester, J. P. and
D.L., sometime M.P. for South Lancashire, and suljse-
quently for the borough of Kendal. She d. 27 July, lbU4,
having had issue, one son, William Rayner Wood, Esq. of
Singleton Lodge, J. P. and D.L.

II. Anne, 6. 27 Oct. 1779 ; d. 24 July, 1797.

III. Mary, 6. 24 Feb. 1783; d. unm. 17 April, 1869.

Mr. Gates, who for many years was engaged in mercantile life
in Leeds, d. 20 Dec. 1824. His 3rd son,
Edwaud Gates, Esq. of Meanwoodside, near Leed.s, some

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O'BE,



time of Furnivarslnn. resided for several years of his earlier
life at Malta, b. 28 Jan. 1792 ; m. 17 Out. 1836, Susan, only
surviving child and heir of Edward Grace, Esq. J. P., of St.
Ann's, Burley, near Leeds, by whom (who d. 26 Jan. 1889) he
had issue,

I. Edward Grace, 6. U Oct. 1838 ; d. 23 Sept. 1847.

II. Francis, F.E.G.S., 6. 6 April. 1S40, educated at Ch. Ch.
Oxford, d. of fever in the interior of South Africa, 5 Feb.
1875, whilst on a journey of exploration and natural history
research. The scientific and other results of his expedition
were posthumously published in a work entitled Matabde
Land and the Victoria Falls.

in. William Edward, of Gestingthorpe Hall.

IV. Charles George, of Meanwoodside, near Leeds, B.A.

Trinity Hall, Camb., Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 0. 5

May. 18i4.
I. Emily, b. 19 Sept. 1837 ; d. 27 April, 1840.
Mr. Gates rf. 6 Feb. 1S65.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., two bendlets engrailed
az., in chief a cock gu., a canton erni., for Gates; 2nd arg.,
on a pile vert, three dexter hands erect of the first, for Jollet ;
3id, gu., a lion rampant, per fesse erm. and erminois, between
two roses arg., barbed and seeded ppr., for Grace. Crest — A
cubit arm in armour ppr., charged with two bendlets engrailed
az., the hand grasping a dirk, the point upwards, also ppr.,
pommel and hUt or. Mottoes— S\m dextra cuique ; and Perse-
"vere.

-$Va<— Gestingthorpe Hall, Halstead, Essex.



GATES OF LANGFOED HALL.

(See i^receding Memoir.)



OATES OF MEANWOODSIDE.

i^See preceding Memoir.)



O'BEIRNE OF JAMESTOWN.

O'Beiene, Hugh James, Esq. of Jamestown, co.
Jjcitrim, J. P. and D.L., in the Diplomatic Service,
b. 7 Sept. 1866.

Lineage. — Feancis O'Beirne, Esq. of Jamestown (son
of Hugh O'Beirne, d. 1813, by his wife. Miss Keon, of Keon-
brook, CO. Leitrim), m. 1826, Miss Winefred Kolan, and by
her (who d. 1852) had issue,

Hugh, late of Jamestown.

Francis, Col. late 2nd Dragoon Guards, late M. P. co. Leitrim.

Mary, m. 185'.;, Capt. George Talbot, C.B., of Knockmullen,

Chief Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Dublin,

1877-82 (see Talbot of Castle Talbot), and has issue.
Fanny, m. J. H. Monahan, Esq., Q.C., eldest son of the

Bight Hon. Lord Chief Justice Monahan, and has issue.
JuUa, m. John Ball, Esq., eldest son of Kight Hon. Judge

Ball.

Mr. O'Beirne d. 1854. His eldest son,

Hugh O'Beirne, Esq. of Jamestown, co. Leitrim, J. P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1855, m. 26 Jan. 1858, Elizabeth, dau. of
Eight Hon. J. H. Monahan, Lord Cliief Justice of the Court of
Common Pleas in Ireland, and had issue,

I. Francis, late of Jamestown Lodge.
u. Hugh James, now of Jamestown.

III. Joseph, b. 12 July, 1874.

IV. George John, 6. 24 Dec. 1877; d. 10 Sept. 1883.
I. Mary Fiances Josephine, d. 1875.

u. Frances Geraldine Julia, d. 1875.

Mr. O'Beirne d. Sept. 1880, and was s. by his eldest son,

Feancis O'Beirne, Esq. of Jamestown, b. 28 Dec. 1864,

d. unm. 1839, when he was s. by his brother.
Scat— Jamestown, Drumsoa.



obr:ie of clantilew.

Obee, Edwaed Stanley, Esq. of Clantilew, co.
Armagh, b. 18-45 ; m. 1871, Georgina Augusta, 4th
surviving dau. of the late Capt. L. B. Williams,
E.X., of Springfield Lodge, Bath, and has issue,

I. Eleanor Agnes.

II. Ethel Stanhowe.

III. Mary.

Lineag'e. — This family obtained their property in Ireland
by the marriage of Capt. Francis Obr(5 with Elinor, descendant
of William Stanhowe (to whom it had been granted in 1610),
in 1032.



Edward Odr^, Esq. son of Francis Obre,



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