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les Paget, Esq. of Euddington Grange, co. Nottingham,
J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Nottingham 1856 to 1865, High Sheriff
1844, 6. 19 Sept. 1799; m. 1st, 20 Aug. 1823, Eliza, 4th dau. of
William Paget, Esq. of Southfield, Loughborough, and by her
(who d. 10 March, 1834; had issue,

I. Joseph, his heir.

I. Mary, to. William Edward Swaine, E.sq. of Highfleld
House, Leeds, and has issue, two sons and four daus.

II. Lucy. III. Anne.

He m. 2ndly, Aug. 1835, Ellen, dau. of William Tebbutt, Esq.
of Kingston, and by her (who was drowned, together with her
husband, at Filey, 13 Oct. 1873) had issue,

IV. Carohne, ra. Eight Hon. J. W. Mellor, Q.C, M.P., and
has issue, five sons and two daus.

V. Ellen, in. 1st, Oliver Paget, Esa. of Hungary, and 2ndly,
Alfred Mellor, Esq. of Oiterhead. She d. 12 March, 1830,
leaving issue.

Arms — Arg., a cross engrailed sa., in the 1st and 4th quarters
an escallop of the second. Crest— A. lion rampant sa., collared
or, resting his sinister paw upon a scroll arg., charged with an
escallop sa.

Seats — Stuffy nwood Hall, Mansfield; Euddington Grange,
Nottingham ; and Abnalls, Lichfield.

67w6— Union.


Paget, Howaed Feancis, Esq. of Elford, co.
Stafford, J.P. cos. Stafford and Warwick, b. 22
April, 1858 ; m. 15 May, 1884, Alice Catharine,
eldest dau. of E-ev. Prebendary John Thomas Jeff-
cock, Rector of Wolverhampton, by Annie, bis
wife ; and has issue,

I. Francis Edward Howard, b. 4 June, 18S6.

II. Salisbury Howard, b. 7 March, 1889.

III. John Howard, h. 20 Sept. 1890.





I. Mary Frances Howard.

II. Fanny D&iree, 6. 26 Aug. 1 S92.

Lineagre.— Gen. the Hon. Sir Edwakd Paget, G.C.B.,
4th son of Henry, 1st Earl of Uxbiidge, b. 3 Nov. 1775, d. 13
May, 1849 ; was father, by Frances, his 1st wife (m. 22 May,
1805), 4th dau. of the 1st Lord Bagot, of Kev. Fbancis Edwabu
Paget, Kector of Elford, co. Stafford, Kural Dean, b. 1800 ; m.
2 June, 1810, Fanny, dau. of Eev. ■\ViUiam Chester, and had

I. Howard Francis, now of Elford.

I. AgatliaMary Frances.

II. UosaUnd Frances Emily.

III. Minna Frances Jane.

IV. Ada (jertrude Frances.

V. Geraldine Louisa Frances, d. young, 11 .Tan. 1863.

VI. Gwendolen Margaret Frances, m. i»92, Kev. Lewis Jones,
Vicar of Wold Newton, Yorkshire.

The Kev. F. E. Paget d. 4 Aug. 1882.

For Lineage, Arms, d-c, see Bdkke's Peerage, Anglesey, M.
Sent— Elford, Tamwonh.




Paget, William: Byeeley, Esq. of Southfield,
CO. Leicester, and St. Ann's Manor, co. Nottingham,
J.P., h. 9 Jan. 1836 ; m. 4 Sept. 1872, Eliza, youngest
dau. of Thomas Crowe, Esq. of Dromore, co. Clare,
and has issue,
I William Edmund, b. 30 June, 1879.

I. Gertrude Mary, 6. 10 June, 1873.

II. Frances Alice, b. 12 July, 1877.
in. Edith Muriel, b. 22 Sept. 1880.

Liiueag'e. — This is a branch of the old Leicester family of
Paget of Ibstock, Humberstone , and Oxcndon (mhichsec).

Joseph Paget, of Ibstock Grange, co. Leicester, who r.i.
Joanna Alcock, had with two daus., two sons, Thomas Paget,
ancestor of Paget of Ibstocl; and

Joseph Paget, b. 20 Sept. 1738 ; m. Mary Harding (who d.
11 Oct. 1809, aged 68), and d. 2 April, 1825, leaving, with two
daus., Mary and Charlotte, four sons,

I. Joseph (see Paget o/ Ruddington).

II. Thomas (ancestoi of Paget of Queensborough.)

III. William, of whom hereafter.

IV. John {ste Paget of Ibstock).
The 3rd son,

William Paget, Esq. of Southfield, Loughborough, 6.1771,
bad (byMaryByng his wife, who d. 1 May, 1859, aged 80)

I. William, of whom presently.

II. George Byng, of Sutton Hall, Sutton Bonington, b. l-t
Sept. 1809, and d. 25 Jan. 185S, leaving by his wife, Sophia
Mary Tebbutt, a son,

George Ernest, of Sutton Hall, m. Nov. 1864, Sophia

I. Mary, m. 1823, William White, of Loughborough.

II. Anne, TO. !»26, Archibald Kenrick, of West Bromwich.

III. Harriett, m. John Parker.

IV. Eliza, lii. 1823, her cousin, Charles Paget, Esq. of Eud-
dington Grange.

V. Caroline, d. 11 Feb. 1828.

Mr. William Paget d. 13 May, 1846. His eldest son,

William Paget, Esq. of Southfield, Loughborough, and
St. Ann's Manor, Sutton Bonington, in. 19 March, 1833, Frances
Ann Parkes, and by her (who c^. 11 July, 1884) had issue,

I. AYilliam Byeklet, now of Southfield.

II. Frederick Walter, of The Cottage, Loughborough, 6. 30
May, 1842.

III. Herbert Byng, of Shelthorpe House, Loughborough,
b. Nov. 1845 ; m. Feb. 1S69, Clara Eraser" Robinson,
and has issue, one son, John Byng, b. June, 1870, and five

IV. John Henry, of Buck Hill, Loughborough, b. Juno,
1847 ; m. 1868, Catherine Clara, dau. of Thomas Cradock,
Esq. of Quorn Court, and d. 1876, leaving issue, Charles
John, b. 1869, and Francis Forester, b. 1872.

I. Frances Rosa, TO. 1st, 11 April, 1800. Charles Walter Eddy,
Esq., and 2ndly, Nov. 1881, Edric Bayley, Esq., and has by
the former an only child, Evelyn Fiances Eddy.

It. Maria, to. 30 Jan. 1861, William Henry Brace, Esq., and
d. 4 April, 1805, leaving a dau. Ethel Rosa, m. Walter
Wigrani, Esq.

mi. Edith, m. 1879, Eev. Gerald Bowman, Esq.

Mr. Paget d. 6 Dec. 1865.

Anns, Crest, and Motto— Same as Paget of Ibstock and
Paget of livddington Granrje.
.Seat— Southfield, Loughborough.

Paeenham - Mahon, Grace Catherine, of
Strokestown House, co. Roscommon, only dau. and
heir of Major Denis Mahon (who s. to the estate of
Maurice, last Lord Hartland, in 1845), by his wife
Henrietta, eldest dau. of Right Rev. Henry Bath-
urst. Bishop of Norwich, m. 11 March, 1847, Henex
Sandfoed Pakenham-Mahon, Esq. of Strokes-
town House, co. Roscommon, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1850, formerly in the Stli Hussars ; wlio
was b. 6 Feb. 1823 ; assumed by royal licence the
additional surname and arms of Mahon, and has
I. Henry, late Capt. Scots Guards, 6. 13 July, 1851 ; to.
13 Jan. 1890, May, only dau. of Lieut.-Col. Sidney
Burrard, late Grenadier Guards (see Burbard, Bart.).

I. Henrietta Grace, m. 9 March, 1874, W. H. Foster, Esq.
last M.P. for Bridgcnorth, eldest son of W. 0. Foster,
Esq. of Apley Park, Bridgenorth, co. Salop.

II. Florence. in. Maud.

Mr. H. S. Pakenham-Mahon d. 28 March, 1893.
He was the son of tlie Hon. and Very Rev. Henry
Pakenham, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Registrar
of the Order of St. Patrick, who was b. 24 Aug.
1787 (5th son of Edward Michael, 2nd Baron
Longford, see Bukke's JPeeraffe) ; and ?«. 15 Jan.
1822, Eliza Catherine Sandford (who d. 27 July,
1867), sister and co-heir of Henry, 2nd Lord
Mount Sandford, and d. 26 Dec. 1863 {see Bueee's
Peerage) .

Lineage. — The Mahon family is traditionally descended
from the ancient princes of Munster, over which they ruled
as hereditary chieftains at the time of the first arrival of the
English under Henby 1 1 . The eldest brother of Bryen Boromh,
was called Maiion, and reigned over Munster.

Capt. Nicholas Mahon, an ofBcer in Charles I.'s army, who
was distinguished for his loyalty in the civil wars, m.
Magdalene, dau. of Arthur French, Esq. of Movilla Castle, co.
Galway, and had issue,

John, his heir.

Nicholas, m. 14 Feb. 1709, Eleanor, dau. of Henry, 5th Lord
Blayney (by Margaret Moore, his wife, eldest sister of
John, 1st Lord Tullamore), and had issue, Nicholas, ■;/;. 3 Dec.
1736, Mary, only dau. of Cadwallader, 7th Lord Blayney
(by Mary, bis wife, dau. of Hon. John Tuchet, 2nd son of
Mervin, Earl of Castlehaven), and niece of Charles Talbot,
Duke of Shrewsbury.

Mr. Mahon d. 10 Oct. 1680, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Mahon, Esq., whom. Ellen, dau. of Sir Thomas Butler,
Bart., and was s. by his eldest surviving son,

Thomas Mahon, Esq., M.P., 6. 1701; to. 16 Jan. 1735, Jane,
eldest dau. of Maurice, Lord Brandon, and sister of William,
1st Earl of Glandore (by Lady Anne Fitzmaurice, his wife,
eldest dau. of Thomas, Earl of Kerry, and sister to John,
Earl of Shelburne, father of William, 1st Marquess of Lans-
downe, K.G.), and had issue, Maurice, and Thomas. The
elder son,

Maurice Mahon, M.P., 6. 21 June, 1738, was created a peer
of Ireland, as Baron Hartland, of Strokestown, co. Eoss-
common, 30 July, 1800 ; he m. 17 June, 1765, Catherine,
youngest dau. of Stephen, 1st Viscount Mount Cashell, by
whom he had issue, Thomas, Lieut.-Gen., his successor;
Stephen, Lieut.-Gen., d. 27 May, 1828; and Maurice, 3rd and
last Baron Hartland, b. 6 Oct. 1772, d. 11 Nov. 1845, when the
title became extinct ; he was s. as heir-at-law, by his cousin.
Major Denis Mahon, son of Thomas, brother of Maurice, 1st
Lord Hartland. His lordship d. 17 March, 1811.

^)T/is— 1st and 8th, grand quarterings (sub-quarterly, 1st
and 4th, or, a lion ramp, az., armed and langued gu., for
Mahon ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, or and gu., in first quarter, an
eagle displayed, vert, for Pakenham), Pakenham-IVIauon ;
2nd, Pakenham, as in giand quarterings ; 3rd, per chevron, or
and erm., in chief two boars' heads erased, sa., tor Mountsand-
FOBD ; 4th, arg., on a bend indented, sa., cotised az., three
fleur-de-lis, of the field, each cotised, charged with three
bezants, for Ccff ; 5tb, erm., a griflin, segreant, az., for Aun-
giee; 6th, per bend crenelle arg. and gu., for Boyle; 7th,
Mahon, as in grand quarterings. Crests— 1st, an heraldic
tiger, statant, holding in the dexter paw a broken tilting lance,
for Mahon ; 2nd, out of a mural crown, or, a demi-eagle dis-
played gu., for Pakenham.

^'eat— Strokestown House, Strokestown, co. Eosconimon.

ii'esirfence— Westbiook, Ryde, Isle of Wight.






Palet, John, Esq. of Laugcliffo, co. York, and
Ampton, CO. Suffolk, J.P., h. 2 Aug. 1839; m.
12 Sept. 1871, the Hon. Clara Emily Charlotte
Strutt, onlj dau. of the 2ad Lord Eayleigh, and
lias issue,
George Aktbub, h. 14 Nov. 1874.

liineage. — The ancestors of this family were settled in
and about the parish of Gigglcswick (WestEiJing, co. York)
and its townships of Langcliffc, Settle, Stackhouse, and Stain-
lorth, at a very early period. In 1240, Adam de Palay held
land at Heleghefeld, now Hellifiold, in the adjoining parish of
Long Preston, and the charters of Kinchale Priory, published
by the Surtees Society, contain a deed of the same period
relating to land in Giggleswick, in which Adam de Palei, no
doubt the same individual, appears as one of the witnesses.
In 1279, EiCHABD de Paley was among the witnesses to
another Giggleswick deed, and in 1379, poll tax was paid by
Adam de Paley and John de Paley, both of Giggleswick. In
1510, Thomas Paley of Giggleswick and Richard Paley and two
Adam Paleys of Stainforth appear in a muster-roll of armed
followers of Henry, Lord Clifford, and may therefore probably
have served with him at Flodden, in 1513. Many Paleys of
Giggleswick, Langcliffe, and Stainforth, are recorded in the
Giggleswick parish registers of the 16th and 17th centuries.
One of them, described as the son of John Paley of Langcliffe,

Thomas Palet, Esq. of Langcliffe, 6. 1675 ; m. Mary
AVilkinson (who d. 1759), and had, besides other issue,
George, his successor.

AVilliam (Ven.), fifty-four years Master of Giggleswick School,
b. 1711; m. 10 July, 1742, Elizabeth Clapham (who rf. 9
March, 1796), and d. 29 Sept. 1799, having had, besides
other issue,

William (Rev.), D.D., the celebrated Archdeacon of Car-
lisle, author of A View of the Evidences of Christianity,
&c., b. 1743 ; m. 1st, 1776, Jane Hewitt (wlio d. 179i),
2ndly, 1795, Catherine Dobinson (who d. 1819), and d. 25
Aug. 1 805, leaving issue, by his first marriage, four sons
and four daus.

Thomas Paley d. 1740, and wasi. by his eldest son,

George Paley, Esq. of Langcliffe, b. 1708; m. 11 Dec. 1743,
Mary Lawson (who d. 1793), and had, besides otherissue,

I. Thomas, his successor.

iL Richard, b. 1746 ; m. Agnes Preston, and d. 1808, leaving

lit. George (Rev.), &. 1753; m. Sarah Penelope Rash, and d.
1794, leaving issue.

I. Elizabeth, b. 1748; d. unm. 1837.
George Paley d. 1765, and was s by his eldest son,

Thomas Paley, Esq. of Langcliffe, &.4 Dec. 1744; m. 8 Oct.
1772, Ann (6. 1746; d. 6 Feb. 1840), dau. of John Green, Esq.
of Arkholme, and had issue,

I. George, his successor.

II. John Green, successor to his brother.

III. Thomas (Rev.), b. 23 May, 177C; m. Sarah Allonby, and
d. 21 Oct. 1811, leaving issue.

IV. Robert, M.D. of Halifax, 6. 4 April, 1780 ; m. 1 Jan. 1807,
Mary, dau. of Archdeacon Paley, and d. 16 Oct. 1859, leav-
ing issue.

V. Richard, b. 20 May, 1785; d. 1 March, 1786.

Thomas Paley d. 24 April, 1808, and was s by his eldest

George Paley, Esq. of Langcliffe, Capt. 2nd West York
Militia, b. 4 July, 1773; d. unm., 22 Oct. 1809, s. by his

JoH.s Green Paley, Esq. of Langcliffe, and of Oatlands, near
Harrogate, 6. 24 Sept. 1774; m. 1st, 7 Nov. 1798, Ann (who d.
14 May, 1823), dau. and co-heir of George Barber, Esq. of
Clockhouse near Bradford, co. York, and 2ndly, 29 Sept. 1825,
Catherine (who d. 1 Dec. 1858), dau. of Thomas Paley, Esq. of
London. He had issue by his 1st marriage only,

I. George Barber (Rev.), his successor.

II. Thomas, Barrister-at-Law, b. 24 Jan. 1803 ; m. 30 July,
183.3, Sophia, dau. df Henry Perkin.s, Esq. of Hans-
worth Park, CO. Middlesex, and d. 21 Sept. 1800, having
bad issue,

1 Charles Thomas, d. in India, unm.

2 Raymond South, m.

3 Algernon Herbert, m., and d. 5 Jan. 1891, leaving issue.

4 Cuthbert Henry, m., and d. 22 Oct. 1890, leaving issue.
6 Edward Groves, m. and has issue.

1 Grace Sophia, m. Stephen Coo, Esq., and has issue.

2 Alice .Jane, m. James Robertson, Esq., and d. s.p.

3 Amelia Susannah, d. U7ini.

4 Ethel Ann, m. Marmaduke Constable, Esq., and d. leav-
ing issue.

III. John Green, Capt. 10th Foot, b. 29 Nov. 1807 ; m. 24
Jan. 1843, Clara Fitzroy, dau. of Lord Chief Baron Sir
Fitzroy Kelly, Knt., and d. s. p. 29 Nov. 1852. His widow
m. 2ndly, 19 Sept. 1855, Thomas Bromley, Esq.. 5th son of
Admiral Sir Robert Howe Bromley, Bart., and d. 16 Jan.

IV. William, 6. 20 Dec. 1812; d. 17 Feb. 1822.

I. Ann, b. 8 May, 1801 ; d. unm. 27 July, 1880.

II. Elizabeth, b. 27 May, 1804; to. 10 April, 1828, James
Ashmore, Esq., Barrister-at-Law (who d. 11 Jan. 1891), and
d. 28 Aug. 1892, leaving issue.

III. Harriett, b. 6 Dec. 1805; m. 18 Dec. 1832, William Asli-
more, Esq., Major 16th Foot (who d. 22 Sept. 1878), and d.
17 March, 1884, leaving issue.

IV. Marianne, b. 1 July, 1809; d. 23 May, 1825.

John Green Paley d. 9 Oct. 1860, and was s. by his eldest son.
Rev. George Barber Paley, of Langcliffe, Fellow of St.
Peter's Coll. Camb., M.A., B.D., Rector of F'reckenham, co. •
Suffolk, from 1835 till his death. Rural Dean, J.P., 6. 28 Oct.
1799; m. 18 May, 1837, Catharine Ann (who d. 29 Dec. 1878>. ,
dau. of William Robertson, Esq. of Bath, M.D., and had issue,

I. George Alfred, M.A. of Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law, 6. i
22 March, 1838, d. unm. 20 Feb. 1866, in his father's Ufe- I
time. ■

II. John, now of Langcliffe and Ampton. '

III. William Victor, b. 21 Nov. 1840 ; m. 27 July, 1869, !
Augusta Harriet, dau. of Rev. Evan Nepean, Canon of j
Westminster, and Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, and
has issue, |

1 George, 6. 27 Jan. 1872. i

1 lone Catherine Victoria, b. 14 June, 1870. !

I. Beatrice Ann, 6. 18 Dec. 1842: to. 31 Jan. 1865, Henry '
Hoare, Esq. of Staplehurst, co. Kent, and has issue.

II. Clara Catherine, 6.4 Dec. 1845; m. 5 April, 1877, the
Hon. Robert Marsham-Townshend, 2nd son of the 2nd Earl
of Romney, and has issue.

HI. Rosa Emmeliiie, b. 3 May, 1848.

Rev. George Barber Paley d. 10 Feb. 1880.

^Diis— Gu. a bend vaire, double cottised or, between eighl
crosses-crosslet of the last. Crest — In front of a stag's head
eouped ppr., a cross-crosslet or. jl/o((o— Cervus non servus.

.S'c«/s— Langcliffe, near Settle, co. York, and Ampton Hall,
near Bury St. Edmund's.

Pallisee, Weay Bury, Esq. of Annestown, co.
Waterford, J.P. and D.L. (High SherifP 1883), b.
1832, m. 1861, Maria Victoria Joseph youngest dau,
of the late Joseph Gubbins, Esq. of Kilfrush, co.

Lineage.— This family paternally descends from that of
BcBT, Bart of Charlei-ille, extinct, and is now the male repre.
sentative of that family. John Burt, nephew of William
Burt, the grandfather of the 1st Earl of Charleville (see Bdby
of the Little Island), assumed the surname of Palliser, upon
succeeding to the estates of his maternal grandmother,

John Palliser, Esq. of Newby-upon-Wiske, co. York, 6.
about 1550 ; to. Anne, dau. of Michael Meeke, Esq. of Namby-
upon-Swale, same co., leaving issue,

I. Thomas, his successor.

II. John, of Kirkley, who left, by Elizabeth his wife, a son,

I. Anne, m. 1st, Richard, Metcalf, Esq. of Northallerton, co.
York, and 2ndly, Marmaduke Franke, Esq. of Knighton,
same co.

II. Jane, m. Thomas Pybus, Esq. of Fryarsgarth, co. York.

III. Elizabeth, to. George Llewellyn, Esq. of Danby-upon- York.

IV. Mary, ??i. Robert Wilson, Esq. of Thirsk, co. York.
Mr. Palliser d. 1623, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Palliser, Esq. of Newby, b. 1606 ; to. Joan, dau. of
Richard Frankland, Esq. of Blobberhouse, co. York, and had

I. John, of Newby, b. 1639; m. Ursula, dau. of Sir Hugb

Bethell, Knt. of Ellerton, co. York, and had, with a dau,

Frances, three sons,

1 Thomas, of Portobello, co. Wexford, High Sheriff 1700,

got a grant of the Great Island, in that co., from James,

2nd Duke of Ormonde, Sept. 1702, b. 1661 ; d. Nov. 1756;

m. Katherine, dau. and heir of William Wogan, Esq. ot

Rathcoffy, co. Kildare, and had issue.

John d. unm., buried at Kilmokea, co. Wexford, 7 May,

Thomas, of the Great Island, High Sheiiff co. Wexford!
1729, m. Dorothy, dau. of Ven. Robert Elliott, D.J>..
Archdeacon of Ferns, and d. s. p.
William, b. 24 June. 1G99; m. Mary, dau. of Philip
Savage, Esq. of Kilgibbon, andrf. v. p., having liadtwo
sons and three daus.,





f liilip, of the Great Island, m. Katherine, dau. of
James Harvey, Esq. of Killiane, anil d. s. p. 1784.
Bethel, bapt. 28 March, 1722, d. unm.
Katherine, heir of her Ijrother, s. to the Great Island,
jn. John Wilson, Esq. of Scarr, and had issue. Her
grandson, BIatthew Wilson, assumed the surname
•of Fallisee upon succeeding to the Great Island,
m. 12 Auff. 1812, Jane, dau. of Christian Wilson,
Esq. of Sleda^h, and had two sons, 1 Christian, of
Begerin, m. Mary, dau. of Kodolphus WilUam Kyan,
Esq., and d., leaving one dau. ; 2 Matthew (Kev.),
Kector of White Church, m. 185.5, Sophia, dau. of
RcT. Thomas Ottiwell Moore, Rector of Leskinfere,
by whom (wh9 d. 18 April, 1856), he has a son,
Frsderick, b. April, 1856.
Dr.sula, b. 24 Dec. 1720, buried at Kilmokea, 3 April,

Mary, d. unm. before 1782.
Walter, of Dublin, d. 21 Nov. 1760; m. Katherine Cun-
ningliame, by whom (who d. Aug. 1756} he had a
Kiohard, Barrister-at-Law, d. unm. ; will dated 3 Nov.
1764, and proved 5 June, 1765.
■Juliana Hyde, m. 12 April, 1732, Capt. John Orfeur, and
had issue, Dorothea, Mrs. Weston ; Mary, who m.
George Robinson Walters, Esq., B.N. ; Catherine Hyde,
'//!. Matthew Cavenagh, Esq. of Graigue, and d. 1814,
leaving by him (who d. 1819), with other issue, a son
James Gordon, who m. Ann, dau. of Odiarne Coates,
Esq. of Green Court, Herts, and has issue.
■2 Hugh, of North Deighton, co. York, Capt. in the army,
, b. 1663 ; 9)1. Mai-y, dau. of Humphry Robinson, Esq. of
^ Thicket Priory, co. York, and had issue.

Sir Hugh Palliseb, 1st Bart, of The Vatch, Bucks,
Admiral of the White, Governor of Greenwich Hos-
pital, a Lord of the Admiralty, created a Bart, by
patent 6 Aug. 1773, with special remainder to his
nephew, George IJobinson Walters, Esq., d. unm. 19
March, 1796.
Rebecca, m. Major William Walters, who d. 28 Feb. 1789,
leaving a son, George Robinson Walters, R.N., m. (as
above) his cousin, Mary, dau. of Capt. John Orfeur, and
had, with two daus., a son, who, having assumed the
■surname of Palliseb, and s. his great-uncle in the
baronetcy, became

Sib Hugh Palliseb, 2nd Bart, of The Vatch, 6. 27

Oct. 1768; m. 18 Jan. 1790, Mary, dau. of John

Yates, Esq. of Dedham, Essex, who d. 5 Aug. 1823.

•Sir Hugh d. 17 Nov. 1813, leaving issue,

Sib Hugh Palliseb, 3rd Bart, of The Vatch, 6. 8

May, 1796 ; d. unm.
Mary Anne Rachel, b. 16 March, 1798 ; d. unm. 10

Dec. 1326.
Mary Jane, m. Ist, 16 April, 1822, William Lock-
hart, Esq. of Gormiston, co. Lanark, and 2ndly,
11 May, 1848, John Manley Arbuthnot, 3rd Lord
Keane, and d. Oct. 1881.

3 Walter, of North Deighton, m. Elizabeth Sterne, and
had issue,

Walter (Rev.), Rector of Stokenham, and Vicar of
Great Drayton, and Askham, co. Nottingham, d.
Alice, TO. Robert Cooper, Esq.
II. William (Most Rev.), of whom hereafter.
<ii. George, whose son,

John (Rev.), D.D., Rector of Rathfarnham, co. Dublin,
Chancellor of Cloyne 26 Dec. 1771, to. 21 Nov. 1747, JIary
Holmes, by whom he left issue, one son and three daus.
His will, dated 6 July, 1788, was proved 26 June,

r. Palliser was living 1665, being then aged 59. His 2nd son,
• Most Rev. William Palliseb, Archbishop of Cashel, D.D.,
entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 13 Jan. 1660, was elected a Fellow
1668, ordained 1669, consecrated Bishop of Cloyne 5 March,

1693, and translated to the Archbishopric of Cashel 16 June,

1694. He was b. 1645, and m. Mary, dau. of Jonah Wheeler,
Esq. of Greenan, co. Kilkenny, widow of WiUiam Greatrakes,
Esq. of Affane, co. Waterford, by whom (who d. 1 June, 1735)
lie had issue,

■ William, his successor.
Jane, m. John Bury, Esq. of Shannon Grove, co. Limerick,
by whom he had, with other issue (sse Bury of the LittU

1 William Bury, whose grandson, Charles William Bury
was created, 1806, Earl of Charleville.

2 John Burt, who assumed the surname of Palliseb, of
whom hereafter, as heir to his maternal uncle.

.rhe Archbishopd. 1 Jan. 1727, and was buried at St. Andrew's,
Dublin. He was s. by his only son,

William Palliseb, Esq. of Rathfarnham, b. 1635; to. May,
.1728, Mary, dau. of Matthew Pennefather, Esq. of Cashel,
'^ccouutant-General of Ireland, and sister of Elizabeth,

Countess of Alexander, 5th Earl of Antrim, by whom (who d.
7 April, 1769), he had no issue. He d. s. p. Oct, 1768, and
was s. by his nephew,

John Palliseb, Esq. of Comragh, co. Waterford, who d.
1769, and was s. by his son,

Wbay Palliseb, Esq. of Derryluskan, m. Mary, dau. of
Ven. Richard Chaloner, Rector of Fethard, and Prebendary of
Kilbragh, Archdeacon of Cashel, and was father of

John Palliseb, Esq. of Derryluskan, 6. 19 May, 1760; m.
1784, Grace, eldest dau. of William Barton, Esq. of Grove, co.
Tipperary, and by her (who d. 13 March, 1844) had issue,
Wbay, of Derryluskan, co. Tipperary, and Comragh, co.
Waterford, J. P., Lieut.-Col. Waterford Militia Artillery, b.
1789; TO. 7 Nov. 1814, Anne, dau. and heir of John Gled-
stanes, Esq. of Annesgift, co. Tipperary, and left issue,
John, of Comragh, co. Waterford, and Derryluskan, co.
Tipperary, J.P., C.B., F.R.G.S., High Sheriff 1844, 6. 29
Jan. 1817 ; d. s. p. 18 Aug. 1887.

Wray Richard Gledstanes, Capt. B.N., ef Coolquil, co.
Tipperary, 6. 24 May, 1822 ; m. 1857, Elizabeth, dau.
of Richard FitzGerald, Esq. of Muckridge House, co.
Frederick Hugh, b. 3 July, 1826 ; m. 12 Aug. 1852, Emily,
dau. of Sir Charles Price, Bait.
Edward Mathew, late Capt. 7th Huasars, 6. 20 Sept.

William (Sir), C.B., Rifle Brigade 6. 18 June, 1830 ; to.
1868, Anne, dau. of George Perham, Esq., and d. 4 Feb.
Grace Penelope, m. 15 June, 1853, William Fairholme, of
Chapel-on Leader, co. Berwick, who d. 1868, leaving a
dau. Caroline Grace, now of Comragh and Chapel-on-

Sarah Elizabeth, m. 17 Oct. 1840, George Stephens, 2nd
Viscount Gough, and d. s. p. Aug. 1841.
Anna, m. John Nugent Rose, C.B., son of Major-Gen.
Sir John Rose, H.E.I. C.S. Mary.

John Bubt (Rev.), of whom presently.
Ricliard Bury, J. P. for Sussex, Capt. 12th Lancers, m. 8
Aug. 1832, Fanny, dau. of Joseph Maryat, Esq., M.P., of
Wimbledon House, Surrey, and had issue, John, Capt. 76tli
Regt. ; Henry; Richard; William; Joseph; Hugh; Char-
lotte ; Frances, to. 1856, Alexander Robert Campbell John-
ston, Esq., F.R.S., of Yoxford, co. Suffolk, J.P., who d. 21
Jan. 1888 ; and Margaret.
Elizabeth, m. 1810, Charles, 2nd Viscount Gort.
Margaret, to. Frederick Charles Phillips, Esq., late Lieut.-

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