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on, formerly M.P. for Ripon, and has
issue,

I. Charles, 6. 1880.

I. Agnes. II. Margaret.

III. Rose. IV. Violet.

v. Dorothy.

Lineage.— The family of Oxlet sprang originally fronj
Oxley Manor, in Bushbury, near Wolverhampton, in Stafford-
shire, where they were at the time of the compilation of the
Domesday Book. They appear to have been a family of some
consideration in Derbyshire in the middle ages, as we find
various members of the family holding offices of distinction
and contributing to the churches in Derby from 1465-1600,
From Wingfield Manor, in Derbyshire, Amor Oxlet, who was
a merchant, and a Fellow of the Merchant Taylors' Company,
migrated to Morpeth, in Northumberland, where he d. after
holding offices of importance, in 1597, leaving three sons,
Cuthbert, Charles, and Amor. In 1592, 1599, 1603, and 1608
an Amor Oxley was one of the bailiffs of Morpeth. Cutlibert
d. in 1598, leaving a dau. Katy, to. Rev. Mr. Henderson,
of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and a son Amor, who was a
clergyman, and about the year 1600 was settled near London.
Charles was a clergyman in Norihumberland, who d. in
1636, leaving one son, Charles, and two daus. Amor, the-
3rd son, was master of Morpeth School, and afterwards
master of the free school at Newcastle. Being a steady
Royalist, he suffered severely during the civil war ; and in
1644, when Newcastle was taken by the Scots, his library
•was destroyed, and his house plundered. He d. in 1669, and
was bur. in St. Nicholas Church at Newcastle.

Charles Oxley, A.M. (only son of the above-named
Charles), master of Ripon Grammar School in 1668, m.Judith,
dau. of Rev. — Carr, by whom he had issue two sons and!
three daus., Charles ; Amor, who ci. young; Mary; Judith,
and Agnes. He d. in 1675 (will dated 22 Nov. 1675, provcdl
17 June, 1676). His elder son,



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THE LAT^DED QENTRY.



PAC



Charles Oxlet, of Shellgate, Alderman of Ripon, Mayor
in 1720 and 1734, and surgeon, m. Sarah, only dau. and
heiress of Richard Xelson, of Marton-le-3Ioor, and by her
(who tl. 28 Aug. 1753, aged 79) had issue,

Charles, h. 1703; Mayor of Ripon 173S; m. 2 Aug. 1736,
Ellen, only dau. of George Cass, of Great Ouseburn, and
d.s.j). 2 Feb. 1757. She d. 1789, aged 77. In his will,
dated 8 June, 1755, he devises and confirms to his wife
Ellen, for her life, all his lands and tenements at Knares-
borough and Bishopton, also lands called Wagbreckin and
Harniond Closes, near Ripon. He had also property at
Ouseburn, Dishforth, and Marston.

Amor, Chamberlain and Sheriff of York 1734; m. Ellen
Barroby, of Thirsk (who d. 23 Nov. 1773), and d. S Jan.
1748, having had issue, Charles, 6. 30 Nov. 1741, d. s. p.
19 Feb. 1775, and was s. in the family estates by his cousin,
Christopher Bi-aithwaite ; Sarah, 6. 1738.

Judith, of whom presently.

Sarah, m. 1731, to — Guiseley, of Knaresborough, by whom
she had three daus., Mary ; Ann ; and Sarah. One of her
descendants is the present Bishop of Oxford, Rev. William
Stubbs, D.D.

Marj-, d. unm.

Hr. Oxley d. 2 Aug. 1736, aged 64. His eldest dau.,

Judith Oxlet, to. U Feb. 1727, Christopher Braithwaite,
and had (with two daus., Mary and Sarah) a son,

Christopher Braithwaite, who, on the death of his
cousin, Charles Oxley, s. to his property under his uncle's
will, and assumed the name and arms of Oxley in 1775; d.
10 Aug. 1803, having m. three times ; 1st, Jidiana Grainge,
and by her (who d. 14 April, 1709) had two daus., Frances, m.
William Dawson, Esq. of Azerley Hall, and had issue;
Juliana, m. Capt. Samuel Dennison, and had issue ; 2ndly,
S May, 1770, Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Braithwaite,
surgeon, by whom he had a son and dau., who d. in infancy ;
by his 3rd wife, Dorothy, 4th dau. and co-heiress of
William Beckwith, Esq., J.P. of Lambhill, who d. 30 March,
1820, he had issue,

Charles Oxlev, Esq., J.P., m. 1st, Margaret, youngest dau.
•of Edmund Lodge, Esq. of Willow Hall, co. Yoik, and by her
<who d. 6 Feb. 1819, aged S9) had issue,

Charles Christopher, of whom presently.

Thomas, Capt. in the army, m. Jessie Wylie. and d. s. p.

Edmund Beckwith, of Holme Fields, Ripon, and Uogerthorpe
Manor, Pontefract.

Grace Margaj-et, d. unm. 5 April, 1841.
He m. 2ndly, Anne Margaret, dau. of Rev. Robert Dariey
Waddilove, D.D., Dean of Ripon, and by her had issue,
Eobert Dariey, Henry Hugh (Capt.), and two sons who d. in
anfancy. The eldest son,

Charles Christophek Oxlet, Esq. of Redcar, and of the
Kail, Ripon, J.P. for North and West Ridings, and Liberty
of Ripon, TO. Georgiana Maria, dau. of the Rev J. D Waddi-
love, of Beacon Grange, Hexham, by his wife, Elizabeth,
«ister of Sir James Graham, Bart, of Netherby, and by her
Siad issue,

I. Charles Lister, now of Minster House.

II. W. H. (Rev.), M.A.,m. 28 Oct. 1884, Helen Rosamond
Newton, and has issue, Selwyn Amor Nathaniel, 6. 2Ctpril
1890. <y '

I. Charlotte Elizabeth, to. Rev. William Boycott, Rector of
St. Peters, Norfolk, who d. July, 1889, leaving issue,
Alfred Edward Cuningham,and Mary Elizabeth.

II. Susan, m. Rev. George Edward Oscar Watts, Vicar of
Kensworth, Herts, and has issue, Francis ; Christopher ;
Bernard ; Mary.

Arms — Arg., a fcsse gu., between three oxen, sa. armed and
Ihoofed or. Crest— An ox's head, erasei!, as in the arms,
•charged with three ermine spots, gold. Motto — lam aris quam
aratris.

Seat — Minster House, Ripon, Yorkshire.



BEYNELL-PACK OF NETHERTON.
Eetnell-Pack, Aethue Denis Henuy Heber,
Esq. of Netherton, Devon, J.P. for Northampton,
educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford, late
i,ieufc. in Northampton and Kutland Militia, b. 22
Oct. 1860.

Lineagre.— One of the family of Packe, of co. Leicester,
is stated to have gone to Ireland, a Major in Cromwell's
army, and to have been the ancestor of the Packs of Kilkenny.

Thomas Pack, of Ballynakill, Queen's co., m. a dau. of
Kelly, of Ballynakill, and d. 1758, leaving by her three sons,

Thomas (Very Rev.), his heir.

Kichard (Rev.), d. March, 17bl, leaving by his wife, Mary,



dau. of Authony Percy, esq. of Ballintemple, King's co.,
seven sons and three daus.
Simuel, of Dublin, m. Jane, dau. and co-heir of Thomas
Caddell, Esq., co. Lancaster, and by her had a son, Samuel,
H.E.2.C.S., and two daus., Jane, m. James Lea, Esq., and
Ellen, m. Col. Philip Crampton.

The eldest son.

The Very Rev. Thomas Pack, Dean of Ossory for fifty-two
years, to. Catherine, dau. and heir of Denis Sullivan, Esq.
of Bere, or Berehaven, co. Cork, and d. March, 1796, and was
buried in the Cathedral of St. Canice, Kilkenny, leaving (with
two daus.) one son,

Major-Gen. Sir Denis Pack, K.C.B., who five times received
the thanks of Parliament for his military services. He was
b. 7 Oct. 1775; to. 10 July, 1816, Lady Elizabeth Louise Beres-
ford, youngest dau. of George, 1st Marquess of Waterford,
and by her (who m. 2ndly, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas Reynell,
Bart., K.C.B., of Avisford (c^. Feb. 1848), and d. 6 Jan. 1856)
had issue,

Arthur John Reynell, his heir.

Denis William {see Pack-Beresford, of Fenagh.)

Anne Elizabeth, m. 26 Sept. 1869, the Rev. George J. Maple-
toft Paterson, Rector of Brome, Suffolk.

Elizabeth Catherine, m. 7 July, 1842, Sir John William
Haniilton Hanson.
Sir Denis Pack d. 24 July, 1823, and was s. by his son,

Arthur John Reynell Pack, Esq., J. P., of Avisford, Sussex,
Lieut. -Col. 7th Fusiliers, C.B., and Knight of the Legion of
Honour, b. 5 May, 1817 ; to. 28 Dec. 1850, Frederica Katherine,
2nd dau. of Col. the Hon. Henry Hely Hutchinson, of Weston,
Towcester, co. Northampton, by Harriet his wife, dau. of Wil-
liam Battle Wrightson, Esq., M.P. of Cusworth, co. York,
and widow of the Hon. Sylvester North Douglas, and had
issue,

Arthur Denis Henry Heber, his heir.

Louisa Frederica, m. Arthur Becher Ellicott, Esq., BaiTis-

ter, son of the Bishop of Gloucester.
Elizabeth Georgiana Anne, m. 1877, James Anson Farrer,

Esq. of ingleboro, Yorkshire.
Mary Isabella Harriet.
Harriet Katherine Grace, m. 18 Jan. 1887, Sir Archibald

Campbell, Bart, of Succolh.
Flora. Frederica.

This gentleman took the name of Reynell 13 June, 1857, on
succeeding Sir Thomas Reynell, Bart., in the manors of North.
and East Bowers and East Chilton, co. Somerset, Sulgrave, co.
Northampton, and Netherton, co. Devon. He d. 1860.

Anns — Quarterly, sa. anderminois; in the 1st quarter, asword
in bend sinister arg., pommel and hilt or, encircled by a wreath
of the last; In the 4th, a cinquefoil of the third. Pendent from
a crimson ribbon, bordered blue, in the centre chief, a repre-
sentation of the golden cross and clasps presented to Major-
Gen. Pack by H M. George III., in testimony of his royal ap-
jirobation of the signal valour displayed by the said Major-
Gen. Pack in divers actions with the enemy in the Peninsula
of Spain. Crest— A. mural crown arg. issuing therefrom a
lion's head gu., gorged with a wreath or. 3Iotto — Fidu,s
confido.

Sfut — Netherton House. Newton Abbot, S. Devon.

Ciubs — Boodle's and Royal Yacht Squadron.



PACK-BERESEORD OF FENAGH.

Pack-Beeesfoed, Denis Eobeet, Esq. of Fen-
agli House, co. Carlow, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1890, B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxford, h. 23 March, 1864; s.
1881 ; m. 11 Aug. 1891, Alice, only dau. of James
Aeheson Lyle, Esq. of Portstewart House, Portste-
warfc, CO. Derry.

Liineage {see Pack of Netherton). — Denis William Pack,
Esq., of Fenagh, co. Carlow, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1856,
2nd son of Major-Gen. Sir Denis Pack, K.C.B., by the Lady
Elizabeth Louisa Beresford his wife, dau. of George, 1st
Marquess of Waterford, assumed by royal licence, dated 6
March, 18.54, the additional name of Beresford. in compliance
with the will of the late I'ield Marshal William Carr, Viscoirat
Beresford, G.C.B. He was b. 7 July, 1818; to. 12 Feb. 1863,
Annette Caroline, only dau. of Robert Clayton Browne, Esq.
of Browne's Hill, co. Carlow, and had issue,

I. Denis Robert, now of Fenagh.

II. Arthur Williams, b. 23 April, 1868, Lieut. R H.A.

III. Charles George, b. 21 Nov. 1869, Lieut. 50th Regt.

IV. Henry John, b. "22 Aug. 1871.

V. Reynell James, b. 21 Dec. 1872.

VI. Hugh de la Poer, b. 11 July, 1874.

VII. Algernon Dunbar, b. 25 July, 1875.

I. Elizabeth Harriett. ii. Annette Louisa.



PAG



THE LANDED GEiN'TRT.



PAa



1549



Mr. Pack-Beresford, who sat in Parliament for the co. of Carlow,
d. 1881, and was s. by his eldesc son,
Denis Egbert, now of Fenagh.

Arms — Arg., semee of crosses-erosslet fitchee, three fleurs-
de-lis two and one sa., within a bordure wavy pean ; quartering
Pack (see Pack nf Ntthe-rton). Crests— \%t, Bekesfobd :
Issuant from a mural crown or, a dragon's head per fesse wavy
az. and gu., the lower part of the neck transfixed by a broken
spear, in the mouth the remaining part of the spear, the point
upwards or; 2nd, Pack. Moitn — Xil nisi cruce.

Stat — Fenagh House, Bagenalstown, eo. Carlow.

—*



PACKE OF PEESTWOLD.

Packe, Hpsset, Esq. of Prestwold Hall, co.
Leicester, and Cajthorpe, co. Lincoln, M.A. Camb.,
J.P. COS. Leicester, Lincoln (Parts of Kesleven),
and Nottingham, D.L. for co. Leicester, and High
Sheriff 1877, Deputy- Chairman of Quarter Sessions
CO. Leicester, h. 7 Dec. 1846 ; m. 14 Aug. 1872,
Lady Alice Wodehouse, elder dau. of John, 1st
Earl of Ximberley, K.G., and by her has had
issue,

I. Eichard Hussey, 6. 6 Aug. 1674 ; d. 23 Aug. 1874.

II. Edward Hussey, 6. 6 Jan. 1878.

I. Florence Marion, 6. 23 May, 1873.

II. Sybil Alice, 6. 26 May, 1876.

Liineag'e. — The Packes were originally of co. Xorth-
ampton.

Christopher Packe, of Finchley, a Merchant in London, m.
Mary Jones, a Welsh lady, and was father of

Sir Christopher Packe, Lord Mayor of London 1654-55,
a zealous Parliamentarian, a member of Cromwell's other
House of Parliament, as Lord Packe. After the Restoration,
deprived of his aldermanic gown, he resided at Cotes, co.
Leicester, where he was living when the Heralds visited that
county In March, 1G91-92, but d. 17 May following, about 89
years of age. This eminent citizen's grandson,

Clifton Packe, Esq. of Prestwold (son of Christopher Packe,
Esq., J.P., by Jane his wife, dau. of Gervase Clii'ton, Bart.),
m. Penlope, dau. and heir of Edward Bate, Esq. of Maid's
Morton, Bucks, and dying 1707, left (with twodaus., Penelope,
TO. the Hon. Mr. Veraey, son of Lord Willoughby de Broke,
and Anne, m. Francis Stratford, Esq. of Merevale Hall, co.
Warwick) a son and heir,

Charles Packe, Esq. of Prestwold Hall, in. Rebecca, 3rd
dau. of John Harvey, Esq. of Old Buckenham, Korfolk, and
dying 1 Aug. 1735, was s. by his only son,

Charles James Packe, Esq. of Prestwold Hall, h. 1726 ; m.
1st, Charlotte, younger dau. of Thomas Pochin, Esq. of Barkby
Hall, CO. Leicester, (by his wife, Charlotte, eldest dau. of Sir
Edward Hussey, Bart.), and had issue, Charles James, his
heir ; Rebecca ; and Charlotte, m. William Hanbury, Esq. of
Kelmarsh, and was mother of the 1st Lord Bateman. He m.
2ndly, Catherine, dau. of Robert Clifton, Esq. of London, and
had other children,

.. Robert Christopher.

II. Henry, of Twyford Hall, Norfolk, late Lieut.- Col. Grena-
dier Guards, m. 10 Dec. 1821. Eliza, dau. of the Rev. Vere
Isham, Rector of Lamport, son of Sir Justinian Isham,
Bart., and d. Sept. 1859, leaving issue,

1 Robert Christopher.

2 Henry Vere (Rev.), Rector of Shangton, co. Leicester, m.
10 Feb. 1858, Ellen Sarah, dau. of Stewart Crauford hruce,
Esq., and by her (who d. 7 Oct. 1877) had issue, Robert
Christopher, b. 1860, d. 10 Feb. 1877: Vere, h. 1862:
Edward Henry, b. 1864 ; Horace, b. 1866 ; Emily Cathe-
rine ; and Madeline.

3 Charles Frederick. 4 Arthur, E.X., deceased.

5 Vere, deceased.

6 Horatio, of Guidfa, co. Radnor, J.P., Capt. E.N. (re-
tired), h. 1840 ; m. Mary Anne, dau. of John George
Musters, Esq., and has issue.

7 George, 23rd Regt., m. Emma, dau. of J. De Winton,
Esq., and d. in New Zealand, 16 Oct. 18s2.

8 William, m. 30 Sept. 1875, Penelope Ann Laura, eldest
dau. of Col. Lennard, of Wickham Court.

9 Edward.

1 Anne Jane, m. Thomas Anchitel Anson, Esq.

2 Maria, in. Charles Phelips Buckworth, Esq., deceased.

3 Frances Catherine.

4 Emily, m. Sir Edward Henry Scott, of Sundridge Park,
who d. Aug. 1883.

I. Frances, to. 1779, Robert Andrew, Esq. of Harleston Park,
CO. Northampton.

II. Catherine Maria. iii. Anne.



Mr. Packe d. 20 Oct. 1816, and was s. by his eldest son,

Charles Jasces Packe, Esq. of Prestwold Hall, sometime
Lieut.-Col. Leicestershire Miltia, 6. 29 Jan. 1758 ; ?n. 23 Nov.
1791, Penelope, eldest dau. of Richard Dugdale, Esq. of Blyth
Hall and Merevale, co. Warwick, and had issue,
Charles William, his heir.
George Hussey, s. his brother.

Edmund, an officer in the Royal Horse Guards, 6. 30 April,
1799 ; m. 23 Nov. 1825, Jane Sarah, 2nd dau. of John Mans-
field, Esq. of Birstall House, co. Leicester, and d. Nov.
1874, leaving issue,

1 Charles, of Stretton and Glen, co. Leicester, B.A., Bar-
rister-at-Law, J. P., b. 1826; m. 1868, Selina Matilda, dau.

of Richard Fox, Esq.

2 William James (Rev.), M.A., h. 1834.

James, M.A.. of Melton Lodge, Suffolk, J.P., b. 20 Aug.
1801 ; m. 1848, Sarah Martha, dau. of Rev. Charles Chap-
man, d. March, 1873.
Augustus (Rev.), Rector of Walton-on-the-Wolds, b. 8 Oct.
1805; m. 1845, Frances Henrietta, dau. of William John
Campion, Esq. of Danny Park, Sussex, and d. 31Jan. 1861,
leaving an only dau. Georgiana Frances.
The eldest son,

Charles William Packe, Esq. of Prestwold Hall, M.P. for
South Leicestershire, b. 23 Sept. 1792 ; m. 13 Nov. 1822, Kitty
Jenkyn, only dau. of Thomas Hort, Esq. This lady assumed
the name and arms of Reading, as heir under the will of;
her godfather, Jenkyn Reading, Esq. of Harpenden, Herts.
He d. s. p. 1867, and was «. by his brother,

George Hussey Packe, Esq. of Prestwold Hall, co. Leicester,,
and Caythorpe Hall, co. Lincoln, J.P. cos. Leicester, Lincoln^
and Huntingdon, D.L. for co. Lincoln, and its High Sheriff
1843, M.P. for South Lincolnshire 1859 to 1868,6. 1 May, 1796;
m. 1 Sept. 1824, Mary Anne Lydia, eldest dau. of John Heath-
cote, Esq. of Connington Castle, co. Huntingdon, and d. 2 July,
1874, having had by her (who d. 10 Oct. 1876) issue,

I. Charles Hussey. 6. 1827 ; d. at Eton College, 28 Oct. 1842.

II. Hussey, now of Prestwold.

I. Marianne Penelope Catherine.

^r?/is— Quarterly, sa. and or ; in the 1st quarter a cinquefofT
arg. with an ermine spot on each leaf. Crest— A lion's hearf
erased or, collared sa., on the collar three cinquefoils with an
ermine spot on each leaf. Hfotto — Libertas sub rcge pio.

S€n(s— Prestwold Hall, near Loughborough, and Caythorpe
Hall, near Grantham.



PAGET OF CHIPPING- NORTON.

Paget, The late Rey. Thomas Bradley, of
The Sneyd, co. Worcester, Vicar of Welton and
Melton, CO. York, Rural Dean, Canon of York,
and Chaplain to the Archbishop of York, b. 16
March, 1812 ; m. 19 Aug. 1845, Sophia, 3rd dau. of
Sir Edmund Beckett, Bart, of Doncaster, late M.P.
for CO. York, West Riding, and d. 20 Feb. 1893,
haying had issue,

I. Ada Eliz.abeth, ni. 1875, Robert S. Scholfield, Esq. of
Sandhall, East Yorkshire, and has issue,

II. Agnes Mary, m. 1881, Charles W. Wall, Esq., eldest sor»
of Charles Wall, Esq. of Coolnamuck, co. Tipperary.

III. Mildred Augusta, m. 1876, Sir H. Boynton, Bart, of
Burton Agnes, East Yorkshire, and has issue,

IV. Mabel Sophia, m. 1885, Capt. Jocelyn Home Thomson,
R.A., son of the late Archbishop of York.

liineag'e.— This branch of the Pagets was settled at
Chipping Norton at the beginning of the 17th century.

Thomas Bradley Paget, Esq. of Tamworth, co. Warwick,
and of Chipping Norton, Oxon, m. Mary, dau. of Samuel War-
ren, Esq. of Birmingham, and d. 1817, leaving a son.

Rev. Thomas Bradley Paget, of Bolehall, Tamworth, Fel-
low of Wadham Coll., and Vicar of Evington, co. Leicester, m.
1st, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Rev. John Watkins, of Clifton
Campbille Hall, co. Stafford, and of The Sneyd, co. Worcester,
Rector of Bock, co. Worcester, son of Charles Watkins, Esq. of
Aynho, and Anne his wife, dau. of Sir John Pye, Bart, of
Hoon, and had issue,

Thomas Bradley, his heir, late of The Sneyd and Hoon
Haye, co. Derby.

Elizabeth.
He m. 2ndly, Charlotte Dorothy, dau. of Francis Evans, Esq.
of Lenton Grove, Notts, and by her had issue,

Franceys Bradley, m. 1849, and d. 1856, leaving a son,
Franceys Bradley, b. 1850.

Maria Dorothy, ra. 1855, Stafford Somerville, Esq. of Lin-
coln's Inn, and has issue.
He d. 1846.



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THE LANDED GENTRY.



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Arms (as borne) — Sa., a cross engrailed arg., in the 1st
,<}uartcr an escallop of the last. Crest — A cubit arm erect,
liabited sa., cuffed arg., holding a scroll of the second bearing
the inscilption " Deo pagit." JJotto — Post spinas palma.



PAGET OF IBSTOCK, HUMBERSTONE,
AND OXENDON.

Paget, Thomas Gut, Esq. of Ibstock and Hum-
terstone, co. Leicester, and Oxendon, co. Nortliamp-
ton, J.P. CO. Leicester, b. 17 Aug. 1843 ; educated
at University CoUej^e, London, and Trinity College,
Cambridge; s. his uncle, 1892; m. 15 Jan. 1873,
Frances Edith Nugent, younger dau. of Thomas
ZS'ugent Taughan, Esq., by his -nife, Frances Mary,
Viscountess Forbes, and has issue,

I. Thomas Gnx Frederick, 6. 2D Julv, 18S6.
I. Angela Frances Mary.
ji. Kathleen Isabel JIaryon.

III. Mabel Edith Clare.

IV. Dorothea Louisa Elizabeth.

Xiineag'e. — This family was seated at Ibstock 1469, as
ehown by a deed of that date containing the name of Thomas
and John P.iget. Valerian Paget d. at Ibstock 1580, leaving,
by Anne his wife, two sons, Richard, who d. unm. 1581, and
Xeonard Paget, Esq. of Ibstock, who (besides four daus.) had
a son,

Thomas Paget, 6. 1585, who d. 16,33, leaving, by Dorothea
his wife, five daus., one of whom m. Thomas Clare, Esq. of
Ibstock, and one son,

Thomas Paget, Esq. of Ibstock, h. there 1627, who was s.
iy his son,

Thomas Paget, Esq. of Ibstock, 6. 1652, who was father of

Joseph Paget, Esq. of Ibstock, b. 1700; m. Joanna Alcock,
niece and one of the legatees of Thomas Guy, Esq. of London,
founder of Guy's Hospital, &c., and d. 16 March, 1789, leaving
^besides two daus.) two sons,

I. Thomas, of whom we treat.

II. Joseph, 6. 20 Sept. 1738; m. Mary Harding, and d. at
Loughborough, CO. Leicester, 1825, leaving, with two daus.,
Mary and Charlotte, four sons,

1 Joseph {see Paget of Ruddington),

2 Thomas, ancestor of Paget of Queeniborough.
a William {see Paget of Loughborough).

4 John, 6. at Loughborough, 1773; to. Anne Hunt, and
dying at Thorpe ^^atchville, 3 April, 1833, left by her (who
predeceased him 1811) two sons,
Edmund Arthur, of Thorpe Satchville Hall, near Mel-
ton Mowbray, co. Leicester, J. P., 6. 24 Jan. 1810 ; m.
4 Aug. 1858, Martha, dau. of Otho Manners, Esq. of
Goadhy Marwood, at one time High Sheriff of co.
Leicester, by Anne his wife, dau. of Kev. William
Singleton, and has issue, i. Claude Arthur, b. 8 March.
1859, Id. 1880, Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of William
Ditmas, Esq. of Beverley ; ii. John Otho, 6. 22 May,
1860; III. Albert Manners, 6. 2 July, 1862; iv. Oliver
Algernon, 6. 19 Nov. 1864; i. Ada Geraldine Anne, b.
25 Aug. 1863, and m. 6 March, 1886, Frederick
Needham, Esq., youngest son of Hon. Francis Need-
ham.
John, m. 18.36, Polyxene Banffy, Baroness of Wesse-
lenyi, a native of Transylvania, and rf. 1889, leaving
issue, Oliver, 6. Sept. 1841, at Clausenburg, Transyl'-
vania, ra. Ellen, dau. of Charles Paget, Esq. of Eudding-
ton, and left issue, a dau. EUona.
The eldest son and heir,

Thomas Paget, Esq. of Ibstock, 6. 1732 ; m. 17 May, 1775,
ilar)-, dau. of Thomas Clare, Esq. of Ibstock, and by her (who
<l. 10 Xov. 1838, aged 92) had issue,
Thomas, his heir.
Mary, d. young.
Elizabeth, to. Samuel Weston, Esq. of The Grange, and

d.s.p. 1860.
Anne, to. Eev. Charles Berry, deceased.
Clare, d. 1882.

Hannah, ni. Robert Brewin, Esq., deceased.
3Ir. Paget d. 24 Jan. 1814, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Paget, Esq. of Ibstock, Humber.stone, and Oxendon,
6. 30 Dec. 1778 ; ra. 18 Feb. 1807, Anne, 3rd dau. of John Pares,
£sq. of The Newark, and had issue,

Tuomas Tertius, of Ibstock, Humberstone, and Oxendon.
John, Barrister-at-Law, one of the Metropolitan Police Magis-
trates. 1864-»9, 6. 14 May, 1811; to. 1 March, 1839, Eliza-
beth, eldest dau. of William Rathbone, Esq. of Green Bank,
Liverpool, and had issue,
Thomas Gut, now of Humberstone.
Elizabeth Ann Mary Rosahnd.



Mr. Paget was in the Commission of the Peace forco. Leioostcr,
and represented that co. in Parliament. He d. 25 Nov. 1862,
and was s. by his son,

Thomas Tertics Paget, Esq. of Ibstock and Humberstone,
CO. Leicester, and Oxendon, co. Northampton, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff co. Leicester 1869, M.P. for South Leicestershire, b.
27 Dec. 1807; m. 11 April, 1850, Katharine Geraldine, 4th dau.
of Marcus McCausland, Esq. of Dreenagh, co. Derry (which lady
d. 5 April, 1869), and dying 16 Oct. 1892, was s. by his
nephew,

Thomas Gut, now of Ibstock, Humberstone, and Oxendon.

Arms — Sa., on a cross engrailed arg., a crescent for difference,
in the dexter chief an escallop of the second. Crest — A lion
rampant ppr., resting his sinister paw on an escutcheon. 3IoUo
— Espere et persevere.

treats — Ibstock and Humberstone, co. Leicester, and Oxen-
don, CO. Northampton.



PAGET OF RUDDINGTON GRANGE.

Paget, Joseph, Esq. of Euddington Grange,
IVotts, and Stiiffynwood, co. Derby, J.P. co. Derby,
High Sheriff 1892, J.P. and D.L. for Notts, h. 2
Nov. 1825 ; m. 2 June, 1858, Helen Elizabeth, dau.
of Kev. Canon Abney, Rural Dean of Derby, and
has a dau.

Elsie Maud Abney, m. 29 April, 1880, Hubert Courtney
Hodson, Esq. of Abnalls, Lichfield, Registrar of the Dio-
cese of Lichfield, and has issue, Elsie Vernon Paget, 6. 2
April, 1881 ; Vernon Charles Paget, b. 17 May, 1883 ; and
Hubert Selwyn, b. 17 Sept. 1885.

Xiineag'e. — Joseph Paget, of Ibstock Grange, co. Leicester,
VI. Joanna Allcock, and had two sons, Thomas Paget, Esq. of
Ibstock (see that Famibj), and

Joseph Paget, who m. Mary Harding, and had (with two
daus., Mary and Charlotte) four sons, Joseph, Thomas, William,
and John. The elder son,

Joseph Paget, Esq., m. 17 Dec. 1798, Ann, 3rd dau. of Eev.
John Byng, of Tamworth, and d. 17 Aug. 1842, having by her
(who d. 13 Oct. 1806) had issue,

Charles, of Euddington.

Henry, m. Ellen, dau. of Henry Lakin, and d. Feb 1S58,
leaving a son, Frank Henry, 5. 17 Feb. 1840, and a dau.,
Anne Ellen.

Jane, to. 1821, Eev. William Parker, of Little Comberton, co.
Worcester.

The elder son,

Char



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