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Col. 15th Hussars. Grace. Anna,

Mr. Palliser d. 27 Dec. 1833.
The 2nd son.

The Rev. John Bdbt Palliseb, Rector of Clonmel, m.
10 March, 1830, Julia, dau. of Capt. John Howe, H.E.I.C.S.,
and had issue,

I. Wbay Buby, of Annestown.

II. John Ricliard, late 1st Royals.

Arm^ — Per pale sa. and arg., three Uons rampant counter-
changed. Crest— Out of a ducal coronet gu., a denii-eagle,
wings elevated, or. Motto— Deo volente.

&a<i'— Derryluskan, Fethard, and Comragh, Kilmacthomas.



PALMER OF WITHCOTE HALL.

Palmee, Feedeeick, Esq. of Withcote Hall, co.
Leicester, j.p. and D.L., co. Leicester, High Sheriff
1865, J.P. Rutland, Col. late commanding P.W.O.
Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry, formerly Capt.
27th Ecgt., b. 15 July, 1825 ; m. 14 Nov. 1850,
Mary, only dau. of W. H. Harrison-Broadley,Esq. of
Conyngham Hall, co. 5ork, and only sister of W. H.
Harrison-Broadley, Esq. late M.P. East Riding co.
York (see Beoadlet of Welton Mouse), and has
issue,

I. Edwabd Geoffrey Bboadley, of Burrough, Melton
Mowbray {Club. — Junior Carlton), B.A. Magdalene Coll.
Cambridge, Major SrdBatt. Leicestershire Regt. (Militia),
J.P. CO. Leicester, b. 14 June, 1864 ; m. 1891, Sibyll Caro-
line, dau. of Col. Smith Neill, of Barneweil and Swind-
ridge, Muir, Ayrshire, and has issue,

Geoffrey Feedebick Neill, h. 20 Sept. 1893,
Sibyll AUce Bridget.

I. Mary Sophia.

II. Hester Alice, m. 1886, Charles Henry Vane Holder, Esq.
HI. Emily Heyrick.

Lineage.— Rev. Henry Paljier, of Withcote Hall (son of
Sir John Palmer, 5th Bart, of Carlton, M.P. for co. Leicester,
and Charlotte his wife, dau. of Sir Henry Gough, Bart, of

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PAL



Edgbaston, co. Warwick (sec Bdrke's Baronetage), m. 27 June,
1816, Elizabeth, dau. of the Kev. Samuel Heyrick, and by her
(who d. 8 Nov. 1860) had, with other issue d. in infancy.
Edward John, b. 14 Aug. 1817 ; deceased.
Henry William, Capt. b9th Kegt., b. 11 Teh. 1820 ; d. unm.

1 May, 1849.
Fredebick, of Withcote Hall.
Boliert Heyrick, 6. 23 Aug. 1828, Barrister-at-Law ; m. 1st,

22 Sept. 1857, Margaret Caroline, dau. of John Gray, Esq.

of Streathiim. Surrey ; she d. 17 Sept. 1858. He ni. 2ndly,

Susan Georgiana, dau. of E. M. Green, Esq., and is deceased.
Charles Samuel (Kev.), Canon of Hereford, Kector of Eardi-

sley, CO. Hereford, Kural Dean, and Proctor Convocation ;

6. 29 May, 1830; m. 16 Nov. 1854, EUen, dau. of Eev.

Canon Douglas, of Durham, and has had issue, Henry

William, 6. Oct. Is56, d. 21 July, 1858; Mabel Jane, /».

1881, Richard Crawshay Bailey, Esq. ; and Margaret

Eleanor, in. 1891, Charles Cristie, Esq. of Chipping Ongar,

Essex.
Thomas, Major, late Capt. 47th Eegt., served throughout

Crimean Campaign (medals and clasps) ; m. Harriet, dau.

of the late Edward Dawson, Esq. of Whatton and Launde

Abbey, co. Leicester.
Herrick Angustus, Major, late Capt. 62nd Eegt., served in

part, of the Crimean Campaign (medal and clasp) : m.

Dorothy, dau. of the late Sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, Bart.

of Noseley, and has issue, Heyrick Arthur, b. 23 May, 18lil ;

Frederick Charles, b. 21 Nov. 1866; Robert Henry. 6. 19

Feb. 1868; Charles, 6. 21 June, 1869; Henry Cecil, b. 7

Nov. 1873, d. young; Francis Hubert, 6. 6 Aug. 1877;

Thomas Martival, b. 1880; Elizabeth Ethel; Barbara

Gwendoline ; and Henrietta Dorothy.
Barbara Catherine, m. the late Lieut.-Col. Joseph Walker

Pease, of Hesslewood, E. Riding, York, and has issue.
Elizabeth Sophia, m. the late Rev. Edward Quenby-Ashby.
Mary Jemima, m. Francis Pym, of The Hazells, co. Bedford,

who d. 1860, leaving issue.
Hester Anne, d. unm. 1840. \
Eev. Henry Palmer d. 14 Aug. 1856.

Arms — Sa., a chevron or, between three crescents arg.
Ci-est—A wyvem or, armed andlangued gu. Motto — Par sit
fortuna lahori.

Scat— Wjthcote Hall, Oakham. Town House— 30, Beaufort
Gardens, South Kensington, S.W.

CJttd— Conservative.



PALMER OP HOLME PARK.

GOLDING Palmer, Eev. Henet, of Holme Park,
Berts, late Eector of Stratford St. Mary, b. 1816 ;
m. 1857, Mary Isabella, dau. of Thomas L'Estrange
Ewen, Esq. of Dedham, Essex. He assumed by
royal licence the name of Palmer, 1880, on in-
heriting the estate of his aunt, Miss Palmer, of
Holme Park.

Liineage.— This family was settled in the parish of Hurst,
Berks, about the year 1600.

EoBEBT Palmeb, Gcut. of Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury
Square (2nd son of Thomas Palmer, who was bur. in Hurst
Church 17G2, and whose elder son, Riciiaud, M.A., Rector of
Brading, Isle of Wight, d. %aim. 28 Aug. 1763), was for many
years agent to the Duke of Bedford. He m. 1st, 1745, Miss
Le Greys, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, by whom he had
.several children, who all d. young, and 2ndly, 1755, Miss
Charlotte Wakelin, and by her (who d. 1768) he left at liis
decease, 1787 (with four daus. , Charlotte, m. George Beauchamp,
Esq. of Thetford, Norfolk ; Mary, m. Sir Thomas Beauchamp
Proctor, Bart, of Langley ; Anne, to. Francis Pym, Esq. of The
Hazells, co. Bedford ; and Caroline, to. Rev. H. H. Edwardes,
of Pennant, co. Denbigh), an only son and successor,

RiCBABD Palmee, Esq., b. 1765 ; m. 1791, Jane, eldest dau.
of Oldfield Bowles, Esq. of North Aston, co. Oxford, by whom
(who d. 1812) he left issue,

RoBEET, late of Holme Park, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Berks
from 1825 to 1849, and High Sheriff 1818, 6. 31 Jan. 1793;

d. 24 Nov. 1872.

Richard (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Purley, near Reading, b.
28 Dec. 1795 ; s. his brother 1872; d. 26 Oct. 1874.

Henry (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Little Laver, Essex, b. 5 Dec.
1799 ; d. 31 Oct. 1870.

Mary, d. unm. 1811.

Charlotte Anne, to. Rev. Charles William Gelding, Rector of
Crofton, CO. York, and d. April, 1817, leaving issue,
Henet (Rev.), now of Holme Park.

Elizabeth, d. unm. May, 1861.

Sdsanna Caroline, of whom presently.

Laura Frances, b. 18 March, 1806 ; d. 22 June, 1870.
Mr. Palmer d. 1806. His daughter,

Susanna Caroline Palmer, of Holme Park, d. Jan. I860.
and was g. by her nephew.

Rev. Henet Golding Pauier, now of Holme Park.



.i4}-ms— Chequy or and sa., on a chief gu. two mullets of the
first. Crest — A talbot sejant erminois.
Scat — Holme Park, near Reading, Berks.



ORPEN-PALMER OP KILLOWEN.

Oepen-Palmer, Kev. Abraham Henet Heb-
BEET, B.D. of Killowen, co. Kerry, Vicar of St.
Peter's, Cheltenham, assumed the name of Orpen
1892, b. 29 Jan. 1843, m. 28 Oct. 1872, ETeline
Cecilia, third dau. of Evory Carmichael, Esq. of
Monkstown,co. Dublin, and Elizabeth, his first wife,
dau. of Gr. O'Brien, Esq. (Mr. Carmichael m. 2ndly,
Hon. Victoria, dau. of Lord Mountmorres) and had
issue,

I. Edwaed Obpen Herbeet, b. 8 Nov. 1873.
u. Harold Bland Herbert, 6. 8 Sept. 1876.

III. Reginald Arthur Herbert, b. 26 Dec. 1877.

IV. Geoffrey de Montmorency Herbert, b. 1 March, 1883.

Lineage.— The family of Palmer, of the Irish line, tracer
its descent from the Eev. Thomas Palmer, a scion of a
Northamptonshire family, who was page of honour to Anne
Hyde, wife of James II., and subsequently Vicar of Clonfcrt '
and Tullilease, and Rector of Knocktemple, co. Cork. He wa»
appointed in 1670 to the Crown livings of Kilmare (now Ken-
mare), Kilgarvan, Templenoe, Kilcrohan, and Cahirciveen, ia
the Diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe, which lie held till hi*
death in 1702. He was a magistrate for the co. Kerry, and
Judge of the Admiralty Court of Munster. A prominent,
incident in his life, set forth in Macaulay's History of England,,
Smith's History of Kerry (1756), and Miss Cusack's History of
the Kingdom of Kerry, was his joint leadership with his son-
in-law, Richard Orpen [see Oepen of Ardtully), of the Protestant
Colony of settlers in Kenmare, in their defence of the fort of
Killowen, whose ivy-clad ruins still overhang the beautiful
river Roughty, commonly called the "Siege of the Whitfr
House," during the winter 1668-9, against gome thousands of
the Irish forces of the King, James II. A detailed accotmt of
this is given in a pamphlet by the above-mentioned Richard
Orpen (a copy exists in British Museum, G. Greville Coll. 5609,
and another in the King's Inn Library, Dublin). Reference is
made to the attainder of Mr. Palmer, Mr. Orpen, and many
others, by Act of the Irish Parliament, for their loyalty to
William of Orange, in Archbishop King's " State of the
Protestants of Ireland, 1730."

The Rev. Thomas Palmee m. 1st, 1669, Jane Mary, dau. of
Sir William Aldworth, of Newmarket, co. Cork (see tha.tj'amily)r
and had issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. George (Rev.), B.A. Dublin 1713, Eector of Killorglin,
Knockane, and Kiltallough, co. Kerry, m. Margaret, dau. of
William White of Bantry, and had issue (with five daus.)^
1 Thomas, d. s. p.\ 2 John, d. s. p.; Z George, Governoi
of the Bank of Ireland, to. Anne, only dau. and heiress o!
Daniel Bickerton, Esq. of Milestown, Castle Bellinghaai
and d. 1813, leaving issue; 4 Henry, to. Miss Bolingbroke.

I. Isabella, m. Richard Orpen, Esq. of Killowen (see OBFEti,
of ArdtiUly).

II. Mary, m. Joseph Taylor, Esq. of Dunkerron Castle, co.
Kerry, from whom descends the family of Tatlor ofClontoo.

III. Cecilia, to. Richard, son of Abraham Allen, Esq. of
Curraghroe, and had issue, Abraham, Philip, Richard, i
William, George, and Kyle. '.

IV. Margaret, to. Beversham Harman, Esq., and had four
sons, Thomas, Daniel, George, John, and Catherine Eliza-
beth, to. Thomas Theophilus Hulchins, Esq., from whoni
descend the Hutchins of Ballylickey, co. Cork.

He m. 2ndly, Julia, dau. of the MacCarthy More, but had no
issue by her. His eldest son,

Thomas Palmer, Esq., m. Mary, dau. of Abraham Coaklcy,
Esq. of Curragh, co. Cork, and Mary his wife, dau. and co-
heiress of Samuel Pomeroy, Esq. of Pallis, co. Cork, and hact
issue, I. Abraham, of whom presently ; ii. Thomas, to. W.
Sullivan, Esq.; in. George, m. Hannah Duckett; i. Margaret;
II. Sarah; iii. Ellen; andiv. Martha. His eldest son,

Abeaham Palmer, Esq., m. Isabella, dau. of William
Duckett, Esq., and had issue, i. Caleb, of whom presently t
II. Abraham, in. Sarah Wren ; i. Mary ; ii. Martha; iii. Sarah ;
and IV. Hannah. The eldest son,

Caleb Palmer, Esq. of Milltown, co. Kerry, m. 1782, Dor-,
cas, dau. of William Twiss, Esq. of Ballybeg, co. Kerry, anci
Avicia Godfrey his wife, andrf. 1794, leaving issue, i. Abraham,
of whom presently; ii. William (Rev.), B.A. Dub. 1808, m.
Catherine Twiss; in. George, m. Margaret Giles; i. Avicia,
m. William Peacock, Esq. ; ii. Isabella, m. James Eagar,



PAL



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Esq. ; and iii. Catherine, m. Eev. John Carey. His eldest
son,

Abraham Palmek, Esq. of Asherove, co. Kerry, m. 1805,
Margaret, eldest dau. of Major Edward Orpen, of Killowen,
and d. 1860, leaving issue,

I. Edward Okpen, of whom presently.
. II. Caleb Richard, of Ashbrook, Clontalf, co. Dublin, m. 1st,
Anne, dau. of Capt. Kalph Smythe,, 7th Dragoon Guards,
and by her had issue,
1 Abraham Smythe (Rev.), D.D.

1 Henrietta. 2 Sarah.

3 Margaret. 4 Anne. 5 Emily.

He TO. 2ndly, Harriet Archur, and d. 1889, having by her
had further issue,

2 Herbert, d. an infant.

G Kathleen. 7 Edith.

III. Henry Orpen, B.L., a learned genealogist, d. unm. 1841.

IV. William, of Eoxboro', co. Armagh, J.P., ni. Emma Mar-
garet Armstrong, and d. 1883, leaving issue,

1 Abraham. 2 Benjamin, M.D. 3 Richard.

1 Margaret. 2 Emma. 3 Elizabeth.

4 Ida. 5 Florence.
VI. Abraham Orpen, d. unm.

I. Dorcas Maria. ii. Margaret Lucy, d. unm. 1853.

The eldest son,

Edward Okpen Palmer, Esq. of Killowen, co. Kerry, 5.
May, 1807; m. 5 Oct. 1841, Elizabeth Agnes, 3rd dau. of Lieut.
Robert Hutchinson Herbert, R.N., of Brewsterfield, co. Kerrj',
and d. May, 1883, leaving issue,

I. Abraham Henry Herbert, now of Killowen.

u. Robert Herbert, d. an infant 1849.

I. Elizabeth Agnes.

n. Margaret Dorcas.

III. Agnes Laura.

Seat — Killowen, Kenmare, co. Kerry.

Jiesidence — St. Peter's Vicarage, Cheltenham.



PALMER OF RAHAN.

Palmeh, Charles Collet, Esq. of Eahan, co.
Kildare, J.P. and D.L., b. 10 March, 1845 ; High
Sheriff 1875 ; m. 4 April, 1866, May Jane, only dau.
of Francis Longworth Dames, Esq. of Grreenhill,
King's CO., D.L., by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of E.

. Smyth, Esq. of Gaybrook, Westmeath, and has issue,

J I. William Francis, b. 30 Aug. 1867.

I II. Dudley Colley, b. 28 Oct. 1878.

I ni. Charles Nugent, 6. 22 Feb. 1870.

i I. Mabel Elizabeth.

I lilneag'e. — The family of Palmer have been a long time
settled in co. Kildare, and the estate of Eahan came into the
family by the marriage of Charles Palmer with a sister of
Dudley Colley, Esq. of Eahan, High Sheriff co. Kildare 1734,
and nephew of Henry Colley, Esq. of Castle Carbury, the
.ancestor of tlie Duke of Wellington. Of this marriage there
: were, with other issue, two sons, Charles and George. The
■elder,

Charles Palmer, Esq. of Eahan, m. Anne, dau. of William
iLambe, Esq. of Prospect, co. Wicklow, and had issue,

) I. Charles Lambe.

1 II. WilUam Lambe, Capt. in the 18th Light Dragoons, served

I at Waterloo, m. Augusta, dau. of Sir John Temple, 8th

j Bart, of Stowe, and had with other issue, a son, Frederick,

[ and a dau. Eliza, who d. at Versailles 1875.

1 III. Thomas, of Ballyhagan.

i I. Eliza.

■The eldest son.

The Rev. Charles Lambe Palmer, of Rahan, m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Hamilton Lowe Lockwood, Esq. of Castle Lake, co.
Tipperary, by Henrietta his wife, sister of Sir John Craven
Carden, 1st Bart, of Templemore, and had issue,

I. Hamilton William, d. young.

II. Charles Colley, d. young.

III. William Lambe, his successor.

:, I. Elizabeth, ?)i. Thomas Kemmis, Esq. of Killeen, Queen's

' CO.

iMr. Palmer d. 1840, and was s. by his son,

William Lambe Palmer, Esq. of Rahan, m. 1841, Elizabeth
Emily Anne, 3rd dau. of Col. Nugent, of Clonlost, and d. 1849,
^having had, with three daus., IsabeUa, Elizabeth, and Hen-
rietta, who d. young,

I. Charles Collet, now of Eahan.

II. Hamilton William, m. 1877, Henrietta Frances, widow of
Capt. George Macartney, of Lissanoure Castle, co. Antrim,

. and 3rd dau. of Eobert Smyth, Esq. of Gaybrook, co.
Westmeath, D.L.



I. Augusta, m. 1870, Capt. William Clarke, and has issue,
Herbert Pascal, b. 1874, and Cecile.

Arms — Arg., a chevron or, between three palmer's scrips sa.,
tassels and buckles or. Crest — An arm in armour emhowod
ppr., garnished or, the bond grasping a spear, alsofpr. Motia
— Honor vinutis praemluci.

Seat— Rahan, Edenderry, co. Kildare.

Ci«6— Kildare Street, Dublin.



PALMES OF NABURN.

Palmes, Eev. George, M.A. Lincoln College,
Oxford, of Naburn Hall, co. York, late Vicar of
Hillfarrance, Taunton, and late Eector of Elston,
Newark, b. 17 March, 1851 ; m. 1882, Eva Blanche,
younger dau. of Henry Dalbiac Harrison, Esq. of
Holbrook Park, Sussex, and has had issue,

I. George Bryan, 6. 29 July, 1884.

II. William Tevery, 6. 17 Aug. 1888.

III. Jerome, 6. 8 May, 1890; d. 10 Oct. 1891.

I. Maud Cecil.

II. Blanche Marjorie.

III. Mary Evelyn.

Liineagre. — This family is of considerable antiquity. 1«
was originally seated in the county of Somerset, and, so far back
as the 12th century, it is found in alliance with the great
Somerset house of St. Maur, which had summons to Parlia-
ment in the reign of Edward II. The estate of Naburn ha»
regularly descended from father to son ever since the year
1226.

William Palmes, Esq. of Naburn (9th in descent from Sia
William Palmes, of Naburn, living 19 Edward III., and 15tU
from Manfred Palmes, living circa 6 Stephen), rii. 1st, Elinor,
dau. of William Heslerton, Esq. of Heslevton, and had two
sons,
Brian, his heir.

Guy, Serjeant-at-Law, m. Jane, dau. and heir of John Drew,
Esq. of Bristow, and was ancestor of the family of Palju:*
of lindley, co. York, the eventual heir of whicli, Elizabeth,
dau. of William Palmes, Esq. of Lindley, ?/i. Sia WiLLLiu
Strickland, Bart.

Mr. Palmes ra. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of William Wcstrop, Esq.
He was s. at his decease by his elder son,

Brian Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, who was Justice of Assize
for CO. Lancaster. Of this learned person there m a portrait at
Naburn, inscribed, "Brian Palmes, Justice of the Commoa
Pleas, ob. 1511." His .son and heir (by Ellen, his Ist wife,
dau. of John Acclom, Esq. of Morbie),

Nicholas Palmes, Esq., m. 1st, Johann, dau. of William
Conyers, Esq. of Sockburne, and had an only son, Brian, his
heir. He ra. 2nd]y, Susan, dau. of Sir Eobert Waterton, Knt.
of Walton, and had further issue. His eldest son,

Brian Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, m. 1st, Johanna, dau. of
Sir John Dawney, Kiit. of Cowick, but had no issue. He m.
2ndly, Anne, one of the daus. of Sir John Constable, of Halshani
and Burton Constable, and by her had (with Frances, the wife
of Gabriel Fairfax, Esq.) a son and heir,

John Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, living about the year 1584,
wlio ra. Jane, dau. of Sir George Dawney, Knt. of Cowick and
Sezay, or Ses.say, and was s. by his son.

Sir George Palmes, Knt. of Naburn, m. 1st, 1584, Katherinc,
dau. of Sir Ealph Balthorpe, Knt. of Balthoi-pe, and had issue.
Sir George ra. 2ndly, Mary Stotlon, of Crakemarsh, widow of
Eoger Constable. His eldest son,

WiLLLAM Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, m. Catherine, dau. of
William Langd.ile, Esq. of Langthorpe, and was father of
several children, the eldest of whom,

William Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, m. Mary, dau. and heir
of Sir Brian Stapleton, Knt. of Hirst Courtney, near Selby,
and was s. by his eldest son,

George Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, 6. 3 Nov. 1666; m. Anne,
dau. of George Witham, Esq. of Cliffe, and was s. by his eldest
surviving son,

George Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, who ra. Frances, dau. and
co-heir of Eobert Plumpton, Esq. of Plumptou, and was «. by
his eldest son,

George Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, who m. Catherine, daa. of
George Heneage, Esq. of Hainton, co. Lincoln, d. without
surviving issue, 7 Feb. 1774, and was «j by his brother,

John Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, who ra. 16 Nov. 1775,
Susannah, dau. of Mr. Thomas Wharrie, of Hull, and left at
his decease, 1783, a dau., Elizabeth, ra. Samuel Walker, Esq.
of Masborough, near Eotherham, and a son,

George Palmes, Esq. of Naburn, J.P. and D.L., 6. 18 Oct.

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THE LANDED GENTRY.



PAP



1776; m. 15 Jan. 1810, Margaret Isabella, dan. of William
Lindsay, Esq. of Oaklands, co. Lanark, and by her (who d. 8
.April, 1869) had issue,
Bryan, Capt. 52nd Light Infantrj-, d. unm. at Barbados

1840.
William Lindsat, of Nabum.

John Philip, Capt. R.N., m. Mary Head, of Halifax, Kova
Scotia, and d. 2i Feb. 1869, leaving four children, Manfred,
Francis, Philip, and Maud.
Manfred Leslie, d. at Trinidad 1839.

James, M.A., Rector of Escrick, co. York, m. 1849, Annie
Augusta Champney, and has Bryan, Percy, George, Cecil,
Edwin, Gerald, Louisa Dundas, Edith Mary, Alice, Mary,
Eveline, and Helen.

Isabella, m. 1834, James Bruce Jardine, Esq. of Hallside, co.
Lanark.

Georgina, m. John Brotherton, Esq. of Esher, and has issue.
Eliza, m. Capt. Willoughby Carter, 7th Fusiliers, and haa
issue.

Frances Edith, m. Eev. George Carpenter of Chadlington,
and has issue.
Mr. Palmes d. March, 1851, and was s. by his son,

Kev. William Lindsay Palmes, M.A., of Naburn Hall, co.
York, J. P., Vicar of Hornsea with Long Kiston, and Rural
Dean, Proctor in Convocation for the East Riding, b. 29 June,
1813 ; m. 27 June, 1849, Marianne, dau. of Amaziah Empson,
Esq. of Spcllow Hill, Boroughbridge, and had issue,
I. George (Rev.), now of Naburn.

If. Arthur Lindsay (Rev.), Vicar of Bodmin, 6. 18 April,
1853; m. 1881, Alice, dau. of M. M. Hogg, Esq. of Berry
Head, and has issue, a son, John.

III. Guy St. Maur, late 14ih Hussars, 6. 13 April, 1854; ui
1879, Georgina Rosabelle Lloyd, of Lincroft, near York, and
has, with other issue, Geoffrey.

IV. Bryan William, of Queensland, b. 31 March, 1855 ; m.
Ellen Lawless, and has issue.

▼. John Edmund, b. 1861.

I. Ellen Isabella.

II. Maiian Edith.

The Eev. W. L. Palmes d. 1 April, 1888.

^rms— 6u., three fleurs-de-lis arg., a chief vaire. Crest — A
hand holding a palm branch. Motto— Vt Palma Justus.

/S«at— Kabum HaU, near York.






PAPILLON OF CROWHURST PARK.

Papihon, Philip Oxenden, Esq., M.A., of
Crowhurst Park, Sussex, and Lexden Manor,
Essex, J. P. for cos. Essex and Sussex, J. P. for Col-
chestei', and D.L. for Essex, late Major Royal Kent
Mounted Rifles, h. 1 Aug. 1826 ; m. 16 Sept. 1862,
Emily Caroline, 3rd dau. of the Very Rev. Thomas
Oarnier, Dean of Lincoln, by Lady Caroline Eliza-
beth Keppel his wife, youngest dau. of Wil-
liam Charles, 4th Earl of Albemarle, and has
issue,

I. Pelhabi Rawstobn, b. 22 June, 1864.

u. Harold Gamier \ ^^. ^^ 24 Sept. 18S7.

III. Godfrey Keppel,)

IV. Philip Hardinge, b. 29 June, 1873.
I. Muriel Caroline. ii. Cicely Gertrude.
III. Bertha Sibyl.

Mr. Papillon was called to the Bar 1852, and was
M.P. for Colchester 1859-05.

Lineag'e. — In DncDALE's Monasticon, we find ToRALors
DE Papillon one of the witnesses to a deed of confirmation
granted by William the Conqceboe to the church of Durham.

In the reign of King John, Ralph Papillon was elected
Abbot of Westminster ; and in the reign of Edward I.,
William Papillon, one of the king's most devoted servants,
was recommended by his royal master, in the thirty-first year
of his reign, to the abbot and convent of Leicester for a corrody
from that house. But the first ancestor from whom the family
claims descent is Almagme Papillon, of Dijon, Poet, &c., b.
1487, a friend of the poet Clement Marot, at whose instance he
was appointed Gentleman of the Bedchamber to Feancis I.
(see Histoire des Auteurs de Bourgogne, par Philibert Papillon,
Dijon, 1742), By family tradition, another member of the
family was

Antoine Papillon, a friend of Erasmus, and one of the most
distinguished of the Huguenots in France, who held an office
at the Court of Feancis I., and enjoyed, in an eminent degree,
the favour and protection of the pious Margaret of Valois. He
d. suddenly 1525, not without the suspicion of poison. The
Qrst ancestor of whom manuscript evidence exists was one of



the victims of the massacre of St. Bartholomew ia 1572, who
was father of

Thomas Papillon, Gentleman of the Bedchamber and Capt.
of the Guard to Heney IV. of France, by whom he was much
esteemed, and whom he earnestly strove to deter froia re-
nouncing the Protestant faith. He m. 12 Aug. 1572, Jeanne
Viene de la Pierre), and by her (who was drowned near Hythe,
Kent, on her passage to England) he had issue,

I. Thomas, an eminent Lawyer, Counsellor of the Parliament
of Paris, and Scribe of the Synod of Aries 1620, b. 1578, whO'
m. in Paris, and was father of David Papillon, a good and
learned man, who was banished from Paris and imprisonedi
for three years at Avranches, in Normandy, on account of
his attachment to the Protestant religion. He d. In England,.
1693.

II. David, ancestor of the Papillons of Acrise.

Thomas Papillon d. 20 Nov. 1608. His 2nd son,

David Papillon, of Lubenham, co. Leicester, b. 1581 ; m.
1st, 11 June, 1611, Marie Castol, dau. of Johan Castol, Minister
of French Church in London, aud by her (who d. 3 May, 1614)
had a son, Thomas, who d. in infancy, and a dau., Mary, m,
7 June, 1631, Peter Fontaine, Esq. He m. 2iidly, 4 July, leiii,
Anne Marie Calandrini, of a family famous through many
generations at Lucca, in Italy. Her grandfather, Juliano,
adopted the Protes:ant religion, and soon had, with her father,
Jean, to leave their possessions there, and to take refuge in
France. Juliano was great-grandson of Sir Pietro Calandrini,
the brother of PhiHippo, Cardinal of Bologna 1470, and half-
brother of Pope Nicholas V. By her (who d. 8 Nov. 1675)
David Papillon left at his decease, 1659, with other issue, a dau,
Anne, m. 1st, 1653, William Brudenell, Esq. of Glaston, co
Rutland, and 2ndly, 165.5, Everard Fawkner, Esq., and a soil.
Thomas Papillon, Esq. of Papillon Hall, Lubenham, b
6 Sept. 1623, an eminent Merchant of London. He was M.P
for Dover 1673-79-80-81, and for London 1695-98, a strenuoui
supporter of civil and religious liberty. In 1682, he w.is chosei
a second time Sheriff of London by a large majority of votes, ii
opposition to the nominee of the Government, and for attempt!
ing to compel the Lord Mayor, Sir William Pritchard, to atten(
and swear him into that office, he was brought to a State trial
16S4, and condemned in a fine of £10,000 " to answer for hi'
exclusion in the Court of King's Bench," <fcc., whereon he fled t<
Holland. Under William III., he was First Commissioner fo
Victualling the Navy from Nov. 1690, to May, 1698. H



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