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yal Scots (Lothian Regt.), b. 1862.

1 Mary, d. imm. 1862. 2 Barbara,

III. Edward, Bengal army, d. tinm.

,„ Letitia, m. 1st', Col. Hall, 28th Regt., and2ndly, Arthur

Irwin Kelly, Esq. of Armagh, and d. 1826.
u. Mary, ni. 1817, Samuel Thompson, Esq. of Muckamore
Abbey, co. Antrim, who d. 1838, and their 3rd son,
.Samuel Thompson, Esq. of Muckamore Abbey, m. Maria
Hannah, dau. of Robert Smith, Esq. of Gaybrook, co.
Wcstmeath, and has John, b. 1867, and other issue.
III. Wybrants. iv. Thomas, d. anm.

The eldest son,

John Olphert, Esq., ra. Leititia Hamilton, and was father
of two daus., Mary and Anne, and one son,

Wibrants Olphert, Esq., m. 1779, Anne, dau. of Thomas
Ctiith, Esq. of The Lodge, co. Londonderry, and had issue,
John, of Ballyconnell House.

Thomas Wybrants, m. Mary, dau. of Rev. Dr. Lodge, of
Armagh, and d. s. p.
Ameha, m. the Rev. John Ellison.



The eldest son.

Rev. John Olphert, of Ballyconnell House, Rector o5
Drumachose, co. Londonderry, b. 22 Jan. 1789 ; m. 28 July,
1807, Anna Benjamina, dau. of Dominick McCausland, Esq. of
Daisey Hill, co. Londonderry, and had issue,
Wybrants, of Ballyconnell.

John, Lieut. R.A., b. 7 Nov. 1815 ; d. unm. 6 March, 1844.
Thomas (Rev.), M.A., Canon of Deny and Incumbent of
Urney, near Strabane, b. 10 Dec. 1819; m. 28 April, 18.'J7,
Julia, elfiest dau. of Sir Hugh Stewart, 2nd Bart, of Bally-
gawley House, co. Tyrone, and has issue,

1 John, 6. 11 Feb. 1858.

2 Hugh Stewart, b. 1 Feb. 1859.

3 Wybrants, b. 4 Feb. 1861.

4 Thomas Richard, b. 17 Jan. 1863.

5 Alfred Frederick, b. June, 1866.

6 Herbert Ernest, 6. June, 1874.

1 Anna Julia. 2 Alice Letitia.

3 Mary Henrietta Caroline.
Mary, m. 27 Dec. 1838, William C. Gage, Esq., J.P.
Anna, m. 7 June, 1832, Rev. Robert Gage.
Caroline, in. 23 April, 1836, Rev. George Kemmis, Vicar o2

Rosenallis, and d. 1856.
Letitia, m. 24 Oct. 1848, Samuel Frederick Adair, Esq.
Rev. John Olphert d. 5 June, 1851, and was s. by his son,

W'ybrants Olphert, Esq. of Ballyconnell, co. Donegal, J.P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1842, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, b. 21
March, 1811; m. 13 July, 1843, Marianne, 3rd dau. and co-heir
of Robert Fannin, Esq.. and had issue,

I. John, now of Ballyconnell,

II. Wybrants, 14th Foot, b. 19 Sent. 1847.

HI. Robert Fannin, b. 2 April, 1851 ; m. 1882, Frances Sophia,
younger dau. of Richard Warburton, Esq., D.L., of Garry-
hinch. King's Co. and has issue, Wyrbrants, b. 1883.

IV. Albert Thomas, 6. 2 Oct. 1854, m. 9 Nov. 1893, Alice,
elder dau. of Samuel Frederick Adair, Esq.

I. Marianne Constance, d. 22 March, 1864.

II. Anna, m. 11 June, 1873, Thomas Butler Stoney, Esq.,
J. P., of Oakfleld Raphoe, co. Donegal, and has issue.

III. Florence Balfour, m. 7 Oct. 1875, William Wildmarii
Kettlewell, Esq., J.P., of The Court, East Harptree, co-
Somerset, and has issue.

Mr. Wybrants Olphert d. 21 Sept. 1892, aged 81.

Scat— Ballyconnell, Falcarragh, Letterkenny, co. Donegal.



O'MALLEY OF DENTON HOUSE.

O'Mallky, Sir Edward Loughlin, Knt., of
Denton House, co. Oxford, J.P., M.A. Trin. Coll.
Camb., called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1866, At-
torney General of Jamaica 1876-79 and of Hong:
Kong 1879-1889, Chief Justice of the Straits Settle-
ments 18S9-1892, received the honour of Knighthood
1892, h. 1842, m. 1869 Emma Winifred dau. of Joseph
Alfred Hardcastle, Esq. of Nether Hall, Suffolk,
formerly M.P. for Bury St. Edmunds, and has issue^

I. Charles Louohlin Metler, 2nd Lieut. R.A., 6. 1873.

II. George Peter Bermingham, 6. 1875, d. 1885.

III. Owen St. Clair, b. 1887.

I. Margery Marie Aglaia.

II. Grace Evangeline.

Liineag'e. — The O'MALLEYsare amongst the oldest families
in Mayo, and their chiefs ruled over a great extent of territory
on the western coast of Ireland, called Umalia, or " the Owles
of O'Malley," and included the islands lying between Sligo
and Galway bays. They were powerful at sea and had a
traditionary reputation as persevering and successful op-
ponents of the Danes. It is recorded that Brian Boru waited
at Athlone to bejoinedbyO'Malley'sforces before he advanced
to the battle of Clontarf. The O'Malley's are also said to
have been founders of the College of Mayo, and according to
McGeoghegan they established the Abbey of Murrisk in the i5th
century.

In 1250 Thomas O'Malley was Bishop of Enaghdune, irr
Galway.

In the reign of Queen Mary, Loughlin O'Malley, son o?
Owen O'Malley, was High Admiral of Connaught. His sister
Grace, dau. of Owen O'.Malley, called "GranaUile," made her
name so well known and feared on the western coast that the
Lord Deputy Sidney described her to the Council in Englanci
as one "powerful in gallies and seamen." Her visit to the
Court of Elizabeth and her carrying off of the inlant son of
the Lord of Howth from his father's residence have been com-
memorated in prose and verse. Loughlin O'Malley left a
son,



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Edmund O'Mallet, who, having adhered to the cause of
<!;hakles I. during the troubles in that King's reign, d. in exile
at Breda in 1651, leaving a son,

- Charles O'Mallet, who was present when very young at
the battle of Worcester, and accompanied his father to Breda.
-At the Restoration he recovered the barony of Murrisk, a
portion of the territory that had formerly belonged to his
lamily, and received from Charles II. a patent for the same.
He fought for James II. in his Irish campaigns, and having
refused to come in under the capitulation of Limerick, followed
the King into exile at St. Germains. He m. at the Court of
Spain, the dau. of Sir Christopher Garvey, a maid of honour
to the Queen, and d. at St. Germains in 1692, leaving a son,

Teigue, or Thadt O'Mallet, who was a Captain of Irish
Dragoons. His eldest son was,

LocGHLiN O'Mallet, 6. in 1698, and m. in 1719, Jane, dau.
of Thomas CufTe, Esq. of Creagh, co. Mayo, by whom he had
a son,

George O'Mallet, Esq. of Prospect House, co. Galway, and
Cnugborough, co. Mayo, 6. in 1730, and m. in 1753, Margery,
<3au. of Thomas Birmingham, Esq. of co. Galway, and d. in
1802, leaving two sons,

I. Peter, m. Rebecca, dau. of — Baudcaley, Esq. and had
several sons and daus., who all d. unvt.

II. Charles, of whom we treat.
The younger son,

Charles O'Mallet, Esq. of Lodge, co. Mayo, m. 1795, Jane,
dau. of Capt. John St. Clair, of the 18th Light Dragoons, by
«'hom he had issue,

I. Charles, of Lodge, h. 1798; m. 1823, Mary, dau. of Anthony
Denny, Esq. of co. Fermanagh, formerly M.P. for Tralee,
and d. 19 Dec. 1S49, having had issue, Frederick William,
Lieut. -Col. Comm. 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt., late
71st Highland Light Infantry, row of Lodge, co. Mayo, 6. 3
■June, 1836 ; (Clubs — United Service, Army and Navy, and
Kildare St., Dublin), and Frances Wilhelmina,a!. itnm. 1845.

ai. St. Clair, 6. 1800; »n. 1830, Marcclla, dau. of Patrick Boyd,
Esq. of Mount Gordon, co. Mayo, and d. 1847, having had
issue, William Boyd, late Capt. 82nd Regt., b. 1832, d. unm. ;
James Alexander St. Clair, 6. 1846, d. 1847; and Mary,
d, unm. 1850.

III. George Birmingham, b, 1802; d. unm. 1829.
rv. Peter Frederick, of whom we treat.

The youngest son,

Peter Frederick O'Mallet, Esq., Q.C., h. 1804, m. 1839,
Emily, dau. of William Rodwell, Esq. of Woodlands, Ipswich,
^nd had issue,

I. Charles William, &. 10 Aug. 1840 ; rf. 12 June, 1843.

II. Edwakd Loughlin, of Denton House.

ill. George Hunter, Lieut.-Col. Royal Artillery, b. 12 April,
1844; m. 10 Aug. 1871, Mary Frances, dau. of Lieut. -Gen.
Charles Wright Younghusband, C.B., F.R.S. (retired), R.A.,
and has had issue, Rupert Edward Patrick, b. 19 July, d.
11 Aug. 1872; Charles Arthur Gerald, 6.23 Sept. 1832; and
Ida Beatrice.

IV. Francis Birmingham, b. 7 Nov. 1845 ; d. 29 Nov. 1846.

V. Emilius St. Clair, 6. 2 Jan. 1849.

VI. Frederick Grey, b. 18 Jan. 1851 ; d. 17 Feb. 1853.

VII. Henry Cecil, b. 9 Feb. 1853 ; d. 15 Feb. 1855.

viii. Reginald Claude, 6. 30 Aug. 1855; d. 25 April, 1858.
I. Elizabeth Harriette. ii. Emily Jane, d. 186;J, unm.

i<U-. Peter Frederick O'Malley d. 1874.

Arms— Or a boar passant crined gu. Crest— A. Iiorse rampant
arg. Motto — Terra marique potens.

Heat— Denton House, Cuddesdon, co. Oxford.
C'tubi—hiooks" , Athenaeum, and Reform.



O'MOBECHOE.
{See Mac Mceeogh Muephy.)



ORD OF FORNHAM.

Oed, Capt. William St. Geoegb, of Fornham
House, Suffolk, J.P., educated at the E. Mil.
-Academy, Woolwich. Capt. B.E. retired, h. 1849, *.
Lis uncle 1885.

liineagre. — For early lineage, »« Oed of Fenham, and
Whitddd.

HENRTORD,Esq., youngest son of JohnOrd, Esq. of Fenham
and Newminster Abbey, by Anne, his 2nd wife, dau. of
Michael Hutchinson, Esq., m. Anne, dau. and heir of Francis
Hutchinson, Esq. of Fornham, by Anne his wife, dau. and heir
of Anthony Craven, Bart, of Sparsholt, Berks, and had with a
dau., Anne, two sons, John, his heir, and Craven, of Green-
stead Hall, Essex, F.E.S., F.S.A., who had, with other issue, a



4th son, Harry Godgu, Capt. R.A., of Bexley, Kent, was
had issue, a son, Maj.-Gen. Sir Harry St. George Obd
G.C.M.G., C.B. E.E., J. P. (6. 1819, m. 1846, Julia Graham!
dau. of Admiral J. Carpenter, and d. 1885, leaving, with other
issue, a 2nd son, William St. George, now, of Fornham)
and a dau. Ellen Sophia, m. 2 July, 1863, as his 2nd wife,
the late, John Thomas Ord, Esq. of Fornham, and d, 21 Aug.
1878. The elder son of Henry Ord and Anne Hutchinson,

Rev. John Ord, D.D., of F"ornham, m. Mary, dau. of S.
Norman, Esq. of Henley, and d. 1816, having had a son.

Rev. John Noeman Ord, M.A., Rector of Wheathampstead,
Herts, m. Anne, dau. of Thomas Cocksedge, Esq. of Bury St.
Edmund's, and by her (who d. 1822) left at his decease an only
son,

John Thomas Ord, Esq. of Fornham House, Suffolk, J.P.,
Hon. Col. West Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 17 July, 1807;
TO. 1st. 6 June, 1833, Susanna Agnes, 3rd dau. of M. T. Cock-
sedge, Esq. of St. Edmund's Hill, Suffolk, and by her (who d.
16 June, 1860) had a son,

John Henry, b. 10 Oct. 1840 ; d. 27 Feb. 1858.
He ni. 2ndly, 2 July, 1863, Ellen Sophia, 3rd dau. of Henry
Gough Ord, Esq. of Bexley, Kent, Capt. R.A., 4th son of
Craven Ord, Esq. of Greenstead Hall, Essex, which lady d.
31 Aug. 1878. He d. 28 Aug. 1885, and was s. by his cousin
(his wile's nephew), Capt. William St. George Oed, now of
Fornham (see above}.

Arms — Per pale sa. and az., three salmons hauriant arg.,
within a hordure engrailed erm., quartering Hutchinson
and Craven. Crest — An elk's head ppr. Motto — Mitis et
fortis.

iSea«— Fornham House, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.



BLACKETT-ORD OF WHITFIELD.

Blackett-Oed, Andrew John, Esq. of Whitfield
Hall, Northumberland, J.P. for Northumberland
and Cumberland, late Capt. and Hon. Major 4th
Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and late
Major 1st Vol. Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, b. 2
Dec. 1848 ; m. 11 Dec. 1879, Amy Louisa, youngest
dau. of Charles Wdliam Jebb, Esq. of Clifton, co.
Grloucester, late 60th Rifles, and has issue,

I. John Reginald, b. 10 Feb. 1885.
n. Montagu, 6. 3 Jan. 1889.

I. Sybil Alyson.

II. Amy Marjorie.

III. Anne Dorothy Christian.

Liineagre. — Of this family of Orde was John Orde, or TJrde,
who served as High Sheriff of Newcastle 1536. His grandson,

William Orde, who d. 1630. was father of

John Ord, who m. Jane, dau. Ralph Bowles, Esq., had two
sons, John, of whom presently, and William, of Newcastle,
who, by Deborah Byres, his wife, was ancestor of the mother
of the late Richard Lambert, Esq. of Newbrough. The
former,

John Ord, Esq. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, TJnder-Shcriff, of that
town 1685 (elder son of John Ord and Jane Bowles his wife),
purchased Fenham, Newminster Abbey, and Hunstanworth.
He m. 1st, Anne Bacon, and by her (who d. Dec. 1687) had a
son and heir, Thomas, of whom presently, and 2ndly, Anne,
dau. of Michael Hutchinson, Esq. of Leeds, and by her he had
(with a dau., wife of Abraham Dixon, Esq. of Belford) three
sons, Robert, who settled at Edinburgh, and became Lord
Chief Baron of Scotland; James d. 1772; and Henry, of the
King's Remembrancer OfBce (see Ord of Fornham). Mr. Ord,
who founded, 1 705, St. John's School, foriforty boys, at New-
castle, d. 1721, and was s. by his eldest son and heir,

Thomas Ord, Esq. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Fenham, and New-
minster, m. Anne, dau. of John Bacon, Esq. of Staward, and
had numerous issue. He was s. by his eldest son,

John Oed, Esq. of Newcastle. Fenham, and Newminster
Abbey, M.P. for St. Michael's, Cornwall, who d. unin. during
his mayoralty 1 July, 1744, was s. by his brother,

William Ord, Esq. ofNewcastle, Fenham, &c.. High Sheriff
of Northumberland 1747, who purchased the estate of Whit-
field 1750. He m. Anne, dau. and heirof William Dillingham,
Esq., and by her, who d. 29 April, 1808, had (with five daus.,
Anne, rf. unm. 1762; Jemima, who m. 1772, Thomas Charles
Bigge, Esq., who d. at Bath 1794; Elizabeth ; Susannah; and
Charlotte) four sons,

William, his heir. Thomas, d. s. p.

James, M.A. (Uev.), h. 1759; s. to the estates and manor of
East and West Langton. He m. 2 Aug. 1787, Barbara, dau.



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j •■ '©f Charles Brandling, Esq., and by her, who d. 2 Jan. 1830,
' left at his decease, 30 Jan. 1843, two sons and three daus.,
. 1 James Pickering, m. Isabella, dau. of Eev. K. Hawks-
worth; 2 Thomas Charles (Eev.), d. 6 Oct. 1844; 1 Susan,
d. 4 Aug. 1843 ; 2 Jemima Elizabeth ; 3 Frances.
Eobert, d. at Calcutta 1788.
Mr. Ord d. 24 Jan. 1768, and was s. by his eldest son and heir,
William Obd, Esq. M.P., of Fenhara, Newrainster Abbey,
and Whitfield, High Sheriff Northumberland 1777, m. 4 March,
1779, Eleanor, dau. of Charles Brandling, Esq. of Gosforth
House, M.P. for Newcastle-on-Tyne, and by her (who m. 2ndly,
1802, Thomas Creevey, Esq., M.P. forThetford, and d. June,
1818) had issue,
, William, of Whitfield, M.P.
Charles, b. 1787 ; d. unm. 1816.

Anne, m. 1816, Lieut.-Col. Andrew Hamilton, who d. 1821,
and had one son, Andrew Charles Hamilton, b. 1817, d.
1835, and one dau. Ankb Jane, who s. her uncle at Whit-
field.
A dau. Elizabeth. Eleanor.

Mr. Ord d. 6 July, 1789, and was s. by his son,

William Okd, Esq. of Fenham and Whitfield Hall, formerly
M.P. for Morpeth, and afterwards for Newcastle-on-Tyne, 6.
2 Jan. 1781; m. Jan. 1803, Mary, 2nd dau. ofRcT. J. Scott,
M.A., of Itchen, Ferry, Hants. Rector of St. Lawrence with
St. John, Southampton, and sister to Countess of Oxfoid, and
had one son,

William Henkt, Barrister-at-Law. M.P. for Newport, Isle
of Wight, and Lord of the Treasury, h. 24 Dec. 1803; m.
8 Nov. 1829, Frances Vere, dau. of Sir William Loraine,
4th Bart, of Kirkharle, and d. s. p. Nov. 1838 r. p.
Mr. Ord was s. at his decease in 1855, by his niece,

Anne Jane Blackett-Ord, of Whitfield Hall, 6. 1818; m.
1842, Rev. John Alexander Blackett, of AVylam, Northumber-
land, Rector of Wolsingham, 5th son of Christopher Blackett,
of Wylani, who d. 1829, by his wife, Alice Ingham;, and d.
1S90, having by him (who d. 1865) had issue,

I. Edwabd Hamilton, late Cornet 13th Hussars, 6. 1843;
ra. 1st, Ellen Hayes ; 2ndly, 1886. Susan Beatrice, dau. of
J. Smith, Esq., and has issue, William Edward, 6. 1891;
Dorothy Beatrice, ft. 1889.

■ II. Andrew John, now of Whitfield.

i III. William Reginald, 6. 1853 ; d. 20 March, 1870.

iv. Charles Edward (Kev.), Vicar of Ovingham, Northum-
' berlanri, h. 1858; m. 18 Jan. 1887, Mary Delaval, only child

of Eev. Canon Chester, Hector of Eyton, Durham, and has
i issue, Christopher Chester, 6. 1887 ; Lena Mary, b. 1888.
' I. Mary Elizabeth, m. 12 Oct. 1360, Admiral Charles Ludovic

Waddilove, R.N., of Beacon Grange, co. Northumberland,

who (/. 10 Jan. 1888, having had issue, with two other sons

and five daus., Charles John, b. 1882,

II. Alice Jane.

III. Emily Rachel, d. 26 April, 1874.

IV. Elinor Isabel.

V. Annie Evelyn, m. 1885, Rev. S. C. Eeauchamp, Rector of
Little Laver, Essex.

VI. Elizabeth Laura.

The Rev. J. A. Blackett assumed by royal licence, 7 Dec. 1855,
the surname and arms of Ord, in addition to and after that of
Blackett, in compliance with the will of William Ord, Esq.,
his wife's uncle.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, per pale sa. and az. three
salmons hauriant arg. within a bordure engrailed erm. ( for
Ord) 2nd and 3rd arg. on a chevron, between three mullets
pierced sa , as many escallops of the field ( for Blackett).
Crtst — Upon a mount vert, an elk's head erased ppr. pellatty.
Motto — Nous travaillerons dans Tesperance.

5ca«— Whitfield Hall, Langley-on-Tyne, Northumberland.

Citt6— New University.



OED OF SANDS HALL.

Oed, Richaed, Esq. of Sands Hall, co. Durham,
J.P., h. 16 Oct. 1849 ; m. 3 Aug. 1882, May, only
dau. of James Hornsby, Esq., J. P., of Stapleford
Park, Melton Mowbray, and has issue,

I. Evelyne Mary, 6. May, 1883.

II. Muriel, b. 13 May, 1887.

Lineage.— This family is of great antiquity in the cos. of
Durham and Northumberland. There are several links missing
in the early pedigrees from Henry de Orde, circa 1126, but
the line of descent from Gawen Obd of Fenwick in Norham-
shire, who was b. about 1470, andm. a dau. of Muschampe of
Bannore, is imbroken. Gawen Ord was s. by his second son,

Oliver Obd, of Fenwick, whose son,

John Ord, purchased lands at Fishbum, in the co. Durham,
about the end of the 16th century. Bertram and Lionel, sons



of John Ord of Fishburn, were bitried at Sedgefield, the latter
in 1623.

Mark Oed, of Fishburn, son and heir apparent of Lionel,
was buried at Sedgefield, 27 Aug. 1639.

Ralph Ord (2nd son), d. 1666, leaving issue, Ralph and
Lionel, the former of whom d. in 1685, and was s. by his
son,

Benjashn Ord, who purchased the Sands estate in 1738, and
d. in 1741. His son,

EoBEBT Ord, 6. 1716 ; d. 1776, and was s. by

Ralph Obd, long known and respected (says Surtees) as an
able and impartial magistrate. His son,

Richard Obd, s. him in the property and took the surname
of Weight, as devisee of his great-uncle, Richard Wright, Esq.
He d. unm. and the property came into the possession of his
nephew,

Mark Oed, Esq. of Sands Hall, (son of Mark Ord (5. 26 Jan.
1772), of London and York, Barrister-at-Law, whotL 1805; by
his wife, Sarah Cole, of York, m. 1799, d. 1858) b. 3 Jan. ISOO ;
TO. 1847, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Thomas Dixon Walker, Esq.
of Hurworth-on-Tees, and d. 13 Aug. 1863, having had issue,

I. Mark, 6. 1 Sept. 1848; d. unm. 4 Jan. 1876.

II. Richard, now of Sands Hall.

III. Ralph Arthur, b. 1852; d. v.nm. I860.

I. Ada Mary, m. 1872, George M. Goodricke, Esq. of Calcutta,
and has issue, George ; Lionel ; Arthur and Mary.

II. Emily Elizabeth.

III. Rose Martindale.

IV. Helen Margaret.

Mr. Ord was s. by his second son.

Arms — Sa., three salmon haurient arg. a canton of the
second. Crest — A stag's head. Motlo — Mitis et fortis.
(Seat— Sands Hall, Sedgefield, co. Durham.
Clubs — Durham County, and Isthmian.



ORDE OF NXJNNYKIRK.

Oede, William, Esq. of Nunnykirk, Iforthum-
berland, B.A., J.P., educated at Eton and Oxford,
h. 25 May, 1S54 ; m. 17 Jan. 1884, Winifred Mary,
dau. of Rer. Ambrose Jones, of Stannington, co.
Northumberland, and has issue,

I. Charles William, 6. 25 Oct. 1884.

n. John Barwick, 6. Dec. 1886.

III. Percy Lancelot, b. Jan. 1888.

I. "Violet Isabel,

II. "Valentine Evelyn.

III. Hyacinth Eleanor.

Liueagre. — This family of Orde is of great antiquity, and
has long possessed considerable estates in the cos. of North-
umberland and Durham, which in the Palatinate, were held
in co/pite under the Bishop.

Simon de East Orde, in the co. Palatine of Durham, who
d. 1362, seised of the whole of Orde, which he held In capite oi
the Bishop of Durham, was ancestor of

William Obde, Esq. of East Orde, Newbiggin, High Sheriff
of Northumberland 5 Charles I. He had, by Mary his wife,
six sons, to each of whom he gave estates. The eldest son,

William Orde, Esq. of East Orde, m. a dau. of Sir William
Selby, of Twizel Castle, and dying 1678, left two sons. The
elder,

William Orde, Esq. of East Orde, M.P. for Berwick 1713,
d. without issue, having entailed his estates on his brother's
children. He was accordingly s. by his grand-nephew,

William Orde, Esq. of East Orde, M.P. for Berwick, who
resided at Sandybank House, co. Durham. He m. 1st, a dau.
of — Ogle, Esq. of Cawsey Park, and 2ndly, Isabella, dau. of
— Jackson, Esq. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. By the latter lady
he had two daus., his co-heirs,

Anne, m. 1st, Henry Ogle, Esq. of Cawsey Park, andZndly,
Sir William Carr, Bart. She d. s.p.

Isabella, m. 1st, John Forster, Esq. of Etherstone, North-
umberland, and 2ndly, Robert Fenwick, Esq. of Lemmiug-
ton, Northumberland.

A dau., 9)1. Walter Kettleby, Esq. of Athold.
Upon the decease, without male issue, of this William Orde,
the estates in East Orde, inc., passed to his cousin, the heir-at-
law,

John Orde, Esq. of Morpeth, J.P. and D.L, son of Thomas
Orde, Esq. of Felkington, and grandson of the William Orde,
Esq. of East Orde, who vi. the dau. of Sir William Selby.
This gentleman m. 1st, Ann, dau. of Edward Ward, Esq. of
Morpeth, by whom he had a son, William, his heir. He r,i.
2ndly, Anne, dau. of E. Marr, Esq. of Morpeth, and relict of
Bev. WilUam Pye, of the same place, by whom he had,



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Thomas, created 20 Oct. 1797, Baron Bolton, of Bolton

Castle, CO. York (fee Burke's Peerage and Baronetage).
John, a distinguished Naval Commander, who was created a

Bart. 27 July, 1790.
Anne, d. 1825.

Mary, m. Robert Lisle, Esq. of Acton House, Northumber
land.
Mr. Orde d. 17S7, and was s. by his eldest son,

■William Orde, Ksq. of East Orde, m. Anne, dau. and even-
riial heir of William Ward, Esq. of Nunnykirk, and had
issue,
John, a Major in the army, d. tmm. in the East Indies.
William, heir to his father.

Charles Ward. Major in the 9th Lancers, in. Maria, relict
of Thomas Browne, Esq., Capt. in the army, and dau. (by
Susan Rowley his wife, of the family of liowley of May-
braith, co. Meath) of John Chapman, Esq. of co. West-
meath, of the family of Chapman of Killua Castle, Bart.,
and left at his decease a son,
Charles William, of Nunnykirk.
Thomas, Capt. K.N., d. %mm. in the West Indies.
Mr. Orde d. 1814, and was s. by his eldest son,

AVilliam Obde, Esq. of Nunnykirk, Ac, Northumberland,
High Sheriff of that co. 1819, d. unm. 1843, and was s. by his
nephew

Charles William Orde, Esq. of Nunnykirk, M.A., J. P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1846, Chairman of Quarter Sessions
from 1854 to 1873, 6. Jan. 1810; m. 7 July, 1853, Frances
Isabel, youngest dau. of Shallcross Jackson, Esq. of Newton
Bank, co. Chester, and d. 1875, leaving issue,
I. William, present representative.

n. Charles Reginald, 6. Sept. 1855; m. i Feb. 1879, Alice
Lindsay, dau. of Hasell Kydwell, Esq. of Tower House,
Ipswich.
ri. Francis Edward, b. Mar, 1857 ; d. Dec. 1858.

IV. Herbert, 6. Aug. 1861 ; d. Sept. 1861.

V. Edwin Lancelot, b. Sept. 1863; m. 20 April, 1892, Evelyn
Alice, eldest dau. of James Henry Onle, Esq. of Uopton
House, Great Yarmouth (see Orde of Uopton).

I. Maria Frances.

II. Alice Isabel; m. 11 Dec. 1888, J. C. Dun-Waters, Esq. of
Craigton, co. Stirling.

Arms — Sa., three fishes hauriant in fesse arg., for Orde;
quartering az., a cross-crosslet or, for Ward. Cnst — An elk's
head ppr. Motto — Mitis et fortis.

£e«5— Nunnykirk, Morpeth, Northumberland.



ORDE OF "WEETWOOD HALL.

Oede, Rev. Leonaed Shafto, M.A. of Weet-
Tvood Hall, Northumberland, J. P., late Vicar of
Alnwick, and Domestic Chaplain to Hugh, 3rd
Duke, and Algernon, 4th Duke of Northumberland,
I. 15 Aug. 1807 ; m. 27 Aug. 1833, Anna Maria
Charlotte, eldest dau. of Sir Horace David Cholwell
St. Paul, 1st Bart, of Ewart Park, Count, of the
Holy Roman Empire, by Hon. Anna Maria Ward
his wife, dau. of John, 2nd Viscount Dudley and
Ward, and by her (who d. 1 June, 1881) had issue,

3. Leonard Horace Shafto, 6. 10 Oct. 1835; d. 1 Feb.

1837.
n. William Jocelyn Shafto, 6. 24 Dec. 1836; d. 20 Oct.

1871.

III. Henry Powlett Shafto, b. 4 Nov. 1838.

IV. Robert Jocelyn Charles (Rev.;, LL.B., 6. 17 April, 1842.
1 Anne Maria Louisa.

II. Charlotte Emily Julian,™. 16 June, 1868, William Camp-
bell Colquhoun, Esq. of Clathick, co. Perth, Capt. 15th
Regt. of Foot, and d. 25 Feb. 1876, leaving issue,

III. Leonora Louisa Isabella, m. 13 April, 1871, Charles
Hope, Esq. of The Mount, Lamberhurst, Kent.

Lineag'e.— Rev. Thomas Oede, M.A., Vicar of Kiiknew-
ton, Northumberland (younger son, by Mary Stother his



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