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Sir WiUiam, a J. P. and D.L., served twice as High Sheriff of
Sligo. He d. I Sept. 1851, and was s. by his elder son,

KoGEE Chaeles Paeke, Esq. of Dunally, co. Shgo, J. P.,
B.A., High Sheriff 1858, b. 1816; d. 24 Jan. 1889, and was s. by
his brother.

Seat — Dunally, Sligo.



TOWNLEY-PARKER OF CUERDEN.

Townley-Paeker, Thomas Townley, Esq. of
Cuerden Hall, Astley, Eoyle, and Extwistle, co.
Lancaster, J.P. and D.L., b. 5 May, 1822 ; m. 20
Aug. 1846, Katharine Margaret, youngest dau. of
Rev. Thomas Blackburne, Rector of Prestwich,
2nd son of John Ireland Blackburne, Esq. of Hale
and Orford, co. Lancaster. He assumed by royal
licence, 20 Sept. 1879, the surname and arms
of Townley in addition to and before those of
Paekee.

Liineagre. — Adam de Peeston conveyed, in the reign of
King John, and again in that of Henet III., the lands whicli
he held in Extwistle to the monks of St. Mary, of Kirkestall.
In 13 EiCHAED II., John de Bardesay, Abbot of the Monastery
of the Blessed Mary of Kirkestall, <;onveyed those lands to

William de Parker, who, temp. Henry IV., is styled de
Monk Hall, in Extwistle. He had four sons, of whom the
eldest,

Lawrence Paekee, of the same place, had a son and heir,

John Paekee, of the same place, d. 14 Sept. 23 Henby VII.
He had a son and heir,

John Parker, of the same place, b. 1481 ; m. Isabella, widow
of Thomas Butler, and one of the daus. of John Brockholes,
Esq., and d. 1565. His son and heir,

Robert Parkee, purchased 36 Henry VIII., by licence of
the King, from Wilham Romsden, of Longley, the manor of
Brierclyffe and Extwistle. He m. Joan, dau. of Simon Hay-
dock, of Hesandforth, by Joan, his wife, dau. of Giles, son of
Geoffrey Stanfield, and dying r. p. 1560, left a son and heir,

John Parker, Esq. of Extwistle, ?/;. Margaret, dau. of
Lawrence Townley, of Burnside, co. Lancaster, and dying
1634, was s. by his eldest son,

John Paekee, Esq. of Extwistle, 6. 1578 ; m. Elizabeth, dau.
of Cuthbert Holdsworth, Esq. of Sowerby, co. York, by whom
he had, with other issue,

Robert, b. 1604; m. Mary, eldest dau. and co-heir of Nicholas
Scarborough, Esq., and dying v. i). 1636, left
John, successor to his grandfather.
John Parker served as High Sheriff of co. Lancaster in 1653,
and was s. at his decease, 1655, by his grandson,

John Paeker, Esq. of Extwistle, m. Jane, dau. of Henry
Foster, Esq., co. Southampton, and widow of Col. Francis
Malham, a Cavalier Officer, by whom he had issue,

Robert, his successor.

Blary, m. 1st, Benjamin Waddington, Esq. of Ellerton
Gledow, CO. York, and 2nc'.ly, Richard Assheton, Esq., 2nd
sun of Sir Ralph Assheton, of Middleton, co. Lancaster.



1560



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PAB



Elizabeth, nt. Thomas Lister, Esq. of Arnoldshiggin, co.
York, ancestor by her of Lord Ribblcsilale.
Jane, m. Edward Torker, Esq. of Browsholme, co. York.

The only son,

ItoBEKT Pakkek, Esq. of Extwistle, High Sheriff co. Lan-
caster, 1710, m. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Christopher
Banastre, Esq. of Bank, co. Lancaster, by whom he had a very
smmerous family. He d. 1718; leaving a son and successor,

Banastre Pabkeb, Esq., who transferred in 1719 the family
seat from Extwistle to Cuerden Hall, to which he had suc-
ceeded in right of his mother. He m. Anne, dau. and co-heir
of William Clayton, Esq. of Fulwood, M.P. for Liverpool, and
was s. at his decease, 173S, by his eldest son,

Robert Parker, Esq.. 6. 1727 ; m. Anne, only dau. and
Bole heir of Thomas Townley, Esq. of Hoyle, co. Lancaster,
by whom he left issue,

Banastbe, his successor.

Tbomas Townley, who inherited from his brother.

Anne, m. Kicliard (Crosse) Legh, E.sq. of Shaw Hill, co.
Lancaster, and of Adlington, co. Chester.
Mr. Parker d. 1779, and was s. by his elder son,

Banastbe Pabkir, Esq., to. Anne, dau. of William Hulton,
Esq. of Hulton Park, co. Lancaster, and dying s. p. 178S, was
s. by his brother,

Thomas Townley Parker, Esq., m. 16 Oct. 1787, Susannah,
only dau. and sole heir of Peter Brooke, Esq. of Astley, co.
Lancas;er, representative of the ancient family of Charnock
of Charnock, by whom (who m. 2ndly, Sir Henry Philip
Hoghton, Bart., and d. 2 Dec. 1852) he had issue,

Robert Townley, his successor.

Susanna, m. 16 Aug. 1811, Francis Richard Price, Esq. of
Bryn-y-Pys, co. Flint, and d. 8 Sept. 1813.

Anne, m. 4 May, 1811, John Baskervyle Glegg, Esq. of
Withington, co. Chester.
Mr. Parker, High Sheriff co. Lancaster 1793, d. 8 Jan. 1794.
His son,

Robert Townlet-Parker, Esq. of Cuerden Hall, and of
Astley, M.P. for Preston, 1837 to 1857, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1817, b. 27 Aug. 1793; m. 21 Dec. 1816, Harriet,
youngest dau. of Thomas Brooke, Esq. of Church Minshull,
CO. Chester, 2nd son of Sir Richard Brooke, Bart, of Norton
Priory, and by her (who d. 20 May, 1878) had issue,

I. Thomas Townlet, his heir.

II. Robert Townley, 6. 20 Dec. 1823, late Capt. in the army,
served in the 53rd Regt. at the battles of Aliwal and
Sobraon ; to. 18 F"eb. 1850, Judith Caroline Augusta, 3rd
dau. and co-heir of Jones Panton, E.i^q. of Plas Gwyn, co.
Anglesey, by Mary Elizabeth, his wife, dau. and co-heir of
John Griffith Lewis, Esq. of Llanddyfinn, and has, 1 Peter
Brooke, 6. 6 Dec. 1851, d. 4 Dec. 1863; 2 Banastre, b. 30
Aug. 1854, d. 16 March, 1892 ; 3 Gerald Townley, 6. 12
Sept. 1858, TO. 24 April, 1890, Helen Aunie. 2nd dau. of
George Ashby Ashby, Esq., late Capt. 11th Hussars, of
Kaseby Wolleys, co. Northampton, and d. 2 Feb. 1892,
leaving a dau. Violet Caroline Townley, b. 11 Dec. 1891;
1 Ida Mary; 2 Cecily Gwendolen, b. 15 July, 1866, d. 19
Jan. 1867.

HI. Henry Townley, 6. 31 March, 1827; d. 15 Feb. 1875.

IV. Arthur Townley (Rev.), M.A., Hon. Canon of Man-
chester, Rural Dean, and Rector of Burnley, co. Lancaster,
6. 4 Feb. 1830; m. 17 June, 1858, Catherine Susan, 3rd
surviving dau. of the late John Wilson, Esq. of Barton-
under-Needwood, co. Stafford.

V. Frederick Townley, b. 6 Feb. 1832; m. 9 Nov. 1854,
Louisa Elizabeth Katharine, eldest dau. of William Hunter
Little, Esq. of Llanvair Grange, co. Monmouth, and d.
15 July, 1892, leaving issue, Clara, Europa.

I. Harriet Susan, m. 25 Jan. 1843, Thomas William Tatton,
Esq. of Wythenshawe, co. Chester, d. 29 Feb. 1873.

II. Emily Anne, d. unm. 20 June, 1860.

in. Louisa Lucy, to. 2 March, 1848, Phillips Buchanan,

Esq., eldest son of Rev. Alexander Buchanan, M.A., of

Hales Hall, co. Stafford, and d. 4 Jan. 1891.

Mr. Parker d. 11 Aug. 1879, and was s. by his eldest son, the

present Thomas Townlet Townlet-Parkeb, Esq. of Cuerden

Hall.

Arms — Arg., on a fess sa. a cinquefoil or, in chief three
mullets of the second, for Townley ; quarterly, 1st and 4th
(Pabeer), gu., a chevron between three leopards' faces or, in
the mouth of each an arrow tessways arg. ; 2nd and 3rd
(Townlet), arg., on a fess sa., a cinquefoil or, in chief three
mullets of the second. 0«sts— 1, a buck trippant ppr., trans-
pierced through the body with an arrow paleways, point
downwards, arg., for Pabkeb ; 2, on a perch sa., a sparrow-
hawk, ppr., lor Townlet.

Stat — Cuerden Hall, Preston, and Astley Hall, Chorley.



PAEKEB, OF BROWSHOLME.

Paeker, Edwaed, Esq. of Browsholme Hall,
CO. York, and Alkincoats, co. Lancaster, J. P. Lan-



cashire and W. E. Yorts, h. 10 Sept. 1846 j »■
1879 ; m. 22 June, 1881, Mary Beatrice, dau. of
James Baldwin, Esq. of Smithies Bridge, co. York.

Liineag'e. — Edmund Parker, younger son of Parker of
Horrockford, anno 19 Henry VIII., to. Jennet, dau. and heir
of Redmaine, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of Robert
Parker, of Browsholme, in the Forest of BoUand, co. York, an* •
had (with two daus.) a son and successor,

Robert Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, living 1591, who m.
Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Chadderton, of Nuthurst, father of
William Chadderton, Lord Bishop of Lincoln, and had issue,
I.Edmund, drowned at Cambridge, unm.; ii. Thomas, his-
heir ; iii. Roger, D.D., Precentor and Dean of Lincoln, d. 29
Aug. 1629, aged 71 ; William, of Blisland and Wallingon, co.
Cornwall, D.D., Archdeacon of Cornwall, living 1620, from
whom descended, in the female line, John Anstis, Garter-
King of Arms. The eldest surviving son,

Thomas Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, Bow-bearer of the
Forest of Bolland, Duchy of Lancaster, m. Bridget, da'.i. and
co-heir of James Tempest, of Rayne, in Craven, son of Leonard
3rd son of Roger Tempest, of Broughton, and had by her (who-
d. IGIO), with numerous other children,* a son and successor,

Edward Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, b. Aug. 1602, m. 2S
Jan. 1629, Mary, dau. of Ex-hard Sunderland, Esq. of High,
Sunderland, co. York, by Mary his wife, 6th dau. of Sir
Richard Saltonstall, Knt., Lord Mayor of London, and had by
her (who d. 16 Jan. 1673) Ave sons and one dau. Edward
Parker d. 1667, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, bapt. 1 May, 1631 ;.
m. Margaret, 5th dau. of Radcliffe Ashton, Esq. of Cuerdale,
CO. Lancaster, brother of Sir Ralph Ajhton, Bart, of Whalley,.
and had issue,

I. Edward, of Browsholme, J.P., great-grandfather of
John Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, Bow-bearer of the

Forest of Holland, M.P. for Chtheroe, ?«. 1778, Beatrix,
dau. of Thomas Lister, Esq. of Gisburne Park, and lefs
at his decease, 1797, eight sons, viz.,

1 Thomas Lister, his heir, d. unm. 2 March, 1858.

2 Edward, b. 3 Nov. 1780; m. 1813, Isabella, dau. of the
Rev. J. Strode, of Hatfield, Herts, and d. 17 Dec. 18-2a,.
leaving issue, one dau. Isabella, d. unm. 2 Aug. 1844.

3 John Fleming (Rev.), M.A., b. 1782; vi. Cittherine,
dau. of Thomas, Lord Uibblesdale, and d. 26 Nov.
1862, having had issue, Thomas Lister, d. s. p. 1 Auc-
1852; John, d. s. p. 18 April, 1845; Frederick, d. T
Dec. 1841 : and Catherine, d. 10 Dec. 1841.

4 Charles Robert, 6. 1783 : d. s. p.

5 Henry, b. 1784: in. May, 1808, Anne, dau. of John- ■
Maclean, Esq. of Galway, and had issue, one son,
deceased.

6 William, Vicar of Skipwith, b. 1785 ; d. s.p. 24 Sept..
1848. 7 Septimus, b. 1788 ; d. 1792.

8 Octavius, 6. and d. 1790.
The eldest son,
Thomas Lister Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, Bow-
bearer of the Forest of Bolland, b. 27 Sept. 1779, soldv
1820, to his cousin, Thomas Parker, Esq. of Alkincoats,
the mansion and estate of Browsholme.

II. Robert.

Thomas Parker, whose wiU bears date 7 July, 1695, was s. at
his decease by his eldest son, Edward. His 2nd son,

Robert Parker, Esq., 6. 1662, purchased the estate of
Alkincoats. He m. a dau. of Miles Whitaker, of Symonstonc.
and had three sons, Thomas, Robert, and Edward. Mr.
Parker d. 10 Nov. 1714, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Parker, Esq. of Alkincoats, J. P., who m. Alice,
widow of John Lonsdale, Esq. of High Ryley, and only child
and heir of John Blakey, Esq. of Lanehead, the last descendant-
of the Blakeys of Blakey. By this lady, he lelt at his decease
a son and successor,

Robert Pabkeb, Esq. of Alkincoats, who m. his cousin,
Elizabeth, only dau. of John Parker, Esq. of Browsholme, co.
York, and had issue,

Thomas, his heir. Robert, d. unm. 1805.

John Toulson, to. 19 July, 1804, Esther Arthur, dau. of John
Arthur Worsop, Esq. of Howden, co. York, and had issue.

The eldest son,



* Of the daus.,

I. Jenet, m. Aug. 1613, Richard Carrier, of Wirksworth,.
sometime Fellow of St. John's Coll. Camb., and had a son,
Robert Carrier, whose dau.,

Jenet Gabbier, to. Sir Thomas Parker, Earl of Macclesfield.

II. Elizabeth, to. James Carrier, of Help.«ton (Iter 2nd.
husband), and had a dau.. Bridget, to. William Parker,
Esq., and was mother of George Parker, Esq. of Park,
Hill, CO. Stafford.



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Thomas Pabkeb, Esq. of Alkincoats, J. P. and D.L., m. 4
May, 1778, Betty, only child and heir of Edward Parker, Esq.
of Newton Hall, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of John
Goulbourne, Esq. of Manchester, and by her, who d. 8 Nov.
1808, had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

Edward, of Alkincoats and Newton Hall, s. his brother.
Thomas.

Bobert, Lieut. 76th Eegt, d. unm. 2 Sept. 1809.
John, b. 29 March, 1791; m. 29 Nov. 1821, Miss Ann
Edmondson, of Coates Hall, co. York, and d. 4 Jan. 1S30,
leaving issue by her (who d. 2 Sept. 1851), 1 Thomas, of The
Heaning, near Newton-in-Bowland, co. York, b. 9 Nov.
1826; 2 Richard, rf. ■Mnm. 14 Feb. 1856; and 1 Elizabeth,
m. 30 Dec. 1856, Rixon EUingthorpe, Esq. of Shorrock Hey,
near Blackburn, co. Lancaster.

Elizabeth, m. Capt. John Atherton, and d. 14 Feb. 1842.
Ellen, d. 19 Dec. 1802.
Mr. Parker d. 27 April, 1819, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Pakker, Esq. of Alkincoats and Newton Hall,
formerly Capt. in the Koyal Horse Guards Blue, J. P. and
D.L., who purchased, 1820, from his cousin, Thomas Lister
Parker, Esq., the estate of Browsholme. He to. Mary, dau.
of William Molyneux, Esq. of Liverpool, but d. without issue,
22 April, and was s. by his brother,

Edward Pabkeb, Esq. of Alkincoats, J. P. and D.L , 6. 18
July, 1786; m. 4 July, 1816, Ellen, only child of Ambrose
William Barcroft, Esq. of Noyna, co. Lancaster, the direct
heir of the Baecbofts of Barcroft, and by her (who d. 10
July, 1866) had issue,

I. Ambrose Barcroft, Capt. 64th Regt., b. 13 April, 1817,
J.P. and D.L., d unm. 5 Jan. 1850.
■ II. Thomas Godlbdrne, of whom presently.

HI. Edward, M.A., Incumbent of Waddington, co. York (s.
to Newton Hall with his brother, Robert John), b. 14 Nov.
1821 ; m. Catherine, dau. of James Neville, Esq. of Beard-
wood, CO. Lancaster, and has issue,

• 1 Charles Edward Neville, 6. 12 Dec. 1852.
■ 2 Robert James Neville, 6. 25 May, 1854.
, 3 Reginald Barcroft, b. 9 Oct. 1856.

4 Arthur Henry Neville (Rev.), B. A., Curate of WarmScld,
CO. York, 6. 8 Feb. 1862.

5 Francis Ambrose, b. 22 Nov. 1863.

6 Ernest Neville, 6. 26 Nov. 1868.

1 Sybil Catherine. 2 Phcebe Ellen. 3 Everilda.

IV. Robert John, of Selby, co. York, b. 13 Jan. 1823.
T. William Barcroft, d. 1 Dec. 1830.
VI. James William, d. 18 Sept. 1832.
vn. Septimus Barcroft, d. 12 July, 1836.

I. Elizabeth Agatha.

II. Ellen Barcroft, m. Duncan Campbell, Esq., Lieut. -Col.
(unattached), late Major 90th Light Infantry. She <i. 11
Nov. I860, having had issue.

HI. Barbara Phoebe, m. Nicholas England, of Southfield
House, CO. Lancaster, and has issue.
IV. Mary Mariha, d. 20 Dec. 1833.

lie d. 22 May, 1865. His eldest sm-viving son,

Thomas Godlbubne Parker, Esq., M.A., of Browsholme and
Newton, co. York, and Alkincoats, co. Lancaster, J.P. and
D.L. West Riding co. York, J.P. co. Lancaster, Hon. Lieut. -
Col. 5th Royal Lancashire Militia, b. 4 Aug. 1818; m. 28 Nov.
1845, Mary Ann, eldest dau. and co-heir of John Francis Carr,
Esq. of Carr Lodge, Horbury, co. York, by Mary his wife,
only child and heir of William Robinson, Esq. of Heming-
hrough, and had issue,

I. Edward, now of Browsholme.

II. John William Robinson, JIaior Yorkshire Eegt., b. 6 Oct.
1857.

III. Thomas Goulburne, 6. 27 Dec. 18.^9; m. 28 Oct. 18S6,
Emily Sarah, younger dau. of William Alcock-Bcck. Esq.
of Esthwaite Lodge, Hawkshead.

1. Ellen, TO. M. N. R. Davenport, Esq. of Canada.
n. Mary Barbara Beatrix, m. Col. 1. W. Frampton, 59th
Kegt.
in. Alice Isabel, m. Capt. Campbell, 42nd Regt.

IV. Margaret Anne, m. Reginald Pai-ker, Esq.

V. Harriet Maria, deceased.

Mr. Parker d. 1879.

Arms— "Vert,., a chevron between three stags' heads, caboshcd
or. Crest— A stag trippant ppr. Motto— ^on fluctu nee flatu
movetur.

Seais— Alkincoats, Colne, c». Lancaster, and Browsholme
; Hall, Clitheroe.



PAEEER OF CliOPTON HALL.

I'aekeb^ Duncan, Esq. of Clopton Hall, Suffolk,
1877, Margaret Fannie, dau. of



J.P., b. 1839



the late Henry Le Heup Cockscdgc, Esq. of Drink-
stone House, Suffolk.

Lineage.— William Pabkeb, Esq. of Hardwicke, co.
Gloucester, to. Anne, dau. of William Windsor, Esq. and had
issue. His eldest son,

Windsor Pabkeb, Esq. of Clopton Hall, Suffolk, J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1854, and late Lieut.-Col. West Suffolk.
Mililia, served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore 1825-20,
was Aide-de-Camp and Interpreter to Field-Marshal Viscount
Combermere, and Major of Brigade to the troops in Malwa
and Lucknow 1829-36, M.P. for West Suffolk 1659-80, b. 1802 %
m. 1830, Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Gen. Alexander Duncan,
and d. 1892, having by her (who d. 1883), had with other
issue,

Duncan, now of Clopton Hall, eldest surviving son.

ScaJ— Clopton Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, Suflolk.



PARKER, late OF ROTHLEY TEMPLE.

Parkee, Haeey Eainy, Esq., late of Rothlej
Temple, co. Leicester, J. P., and Lord of the Manor
of Rothley ; educated at Harrow and Trin. ColL
Camb., b. 27 June, 1837 ; in. 18G9, Frances Emily
Jane, dau. of Col. Henry Horatio Kitchener, IStli
Light Dragoons, and has issue,

I. RicHAED Harry, R.N. ; 6. 15 Feb. 1871.

II. James Herbert, 6. 4 Dec. 1872.

III. Alfred Chevallier, 6. 3 June, 1874.

I. Frances Mary.

II. Ellen Annie Beatrice.

Lineagre. — This family is of Scotch origin, and traces itS'
descent from

James Pabkeb, of Port Glasgow, who ?/i. Margaret Lyon,
and had issue, a son,

Pateick Pabkeb, who, by Isabel Orr his wife, had issue, ai
son,

James Parker, a planter in Virginia, and an ofBccr in the
King's service in tne American War; 6. 1728; d. 1813; m .
Margaret Eligood (a member of the Huguenot family of
De la guerre, of which Eligood is a corruption), and had issue
two sons ; i. Cbables Stcabt, of whom presently ; and,
II. Patrick,

Chables Stcabt Pabkeb, of Blochairn, Glasgow, a West
India Merchant, d. 1825 ; m. Margaret, dau. of the Rev.
George Rainy, minister of Cricch, co. Sutherland, and by her
(who d. 1844) had issue six children,

I. Charles Stuart, of Aigburth, Liverpool, and of Fairlie, co.
Ayr, TO. Anne, dau. of Sam Sandbach, J.P. of llafodunos,
CO. Denbigh, and by her (who d. 1 June, 1890) had, with
other issue, a son, Charles Stuart, of Fairlie, M.A., Fellow
and Tutor of Univ. Coll. Oxon., M.P. for Perth, b. 1829
{see Sandbach of llafodunos).

II. SiB James, of whom presently.

III. George, ni. Anne Trail.

IV. Patrick, d. unm.

V. Susan, m. 31 July, 1829, Major Duncan Darroch, J.P. ancS
D.L., of Gourock, co. Renfrew; he d. 1864, leaving issue
(see Darroch of Gowiock).

VI. Annie, to. 14 Aug. 1838, the Rt. Hon. Edward Cardwel!,.
a distinguished statesman, created 6 March, 1874, Viscouni
CardweU ; he d. s. p. 15 Feb. Ib86.

Sir James Parker, Knt., Viee-Chancellor 1S51 ; he gave
promise of a most brilliant judicial career, but died after
holding the office ten months. (See Foss' Judges of England,
ix. 232.) He was a Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn, 1^29 ;
Q.C. 1844; M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.; purchased Rothley
Temple of the Babington family in 1845; was &. in Gla.sgow
1803; TO. 2 June, 1829, Mary, dau. of Thomas Babiuglos, Esq.
of Rothley Temple, Sheriff of co. Leicester, 17S0, and M.P.
for Leicester, by Jean his wife, dau. of the Rev. John
Macaulay, M.A., Minister of Cardross, and by her (who d.
20 July, 1858) had issue,

I. Harby Rainy, his heir.

II. George Babington, late M.H.R. New Zealand Parliament,
b. 3 Sejjt. 1839.

III. James Edward, of Ravenscrof t, Putney, b. 8 Sept. 1842;
III. Frances, dau. of the Rev. Gilbert Sandbach, M.A., J. P.,
of Woodlands, Liverpool {see Sandbach of Hajodunof).

I. Ellen Mary, m. Rev. Edward Joseph Rose, liector oi
WeybriOge.

II. Susan Emma, m. Archibald Smith, Esq., M.A., F.R.S.,
of Jordanhill, Glasgow {see Smith of JorUaiiUill).

Sir James Parker d. 13 Aug. 1852.

Seat— Rothley Temple, Loughborough.

Ciicii- Carlton, Athenaeum, United University, and Garrick..



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PARKER OF HANTHORPE HOUSE.

Paekek, Lieft.-Col. William, of Hantliorpe
Uoiise, CO. Lincoln, J.P. and D.L., Lieut.-Col.
(retired) Rojal South Lincoln Militia, h. 24 March,
1S2-1 ; «!. 13 June, 1855, Augusta Millet Harriot,
2nd dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. C. W. Short, Cold-
stream Guards, and has issue,

I. George Marcus, Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple,
b. 14 March, ISoG; w. 25 July, 1883, Evelyn Westfaling,
youngest dau. of Hugh Seymour Tremenheere, Esq., C.B.,
and has issue,

1 William S. Tremenheere, t>. 26 April, 1884.

2 Georse Noel Bernal, b. 22 Dec. 1885.
S Charles Walter Borlace.

1 Inez Evelyn. 2 Aline Irene Lucy.

3 Avis Margaret Olive.

II. Charles William, h. 31 July, 1857; d. 10 Aug. 1880.

III. Arthur Gordon Barwell, 6. 30 May, 1859; d. unm. 29
Aug. 1887.

IV. Frederick James, b. 6 April, 1861.

V. Geoffrey Augustus Mayow, 6. 26 Nov. 1868.

VI. Walter Talbot, h. 4 Dlay, 1879.
I. Flora Millicent.

n. Katharine Mary.

Liineag'e. — William Thorpe, Esq. of London, s. 12
July, 1831, his cousin, George Parker, Esq., D.L., late of
.Edenham, co. Lincoln, and assumed in consequence, by royal
licence, the name of Parker. He had one sister, Frances
Thorpe. His son,

William Parker, Esq. of Hanthorpe House, J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1864, b. 23 Oct. 1791; m. 13 March,
1817, Ann, dau. of John BulUvant, Esq. of London, and had
issue,

I. William, now of Hanthorpe House.

II. Charles John Bullivanc, of the Abbey Parks, Great Hale,
and Beaconsfield, eo. Lincoln, J. P., Lieut.-Col. late Royal
South Lincoln Militia, b. 3 Sept. 1828; to. 17 Oct. 1860, Martha,
only dau. of John Hardy, Esq., J.P., of Stone Bridge House,
Grantham.

I. Ann, TO. 28 Feb. 1845, Marcus Synnot, Esq.

II. Mary, m. 11 Oct. 1849, Kev. A.rthur Denne Hilton.

III. Sarah.

Mr. Parker d. 1883.

Arms — Per fesse gu. and arg., a pale counterchanged, a
clie\Ton erminois between three leopards' faces or. Cri'St—
Between two oak branches ppr. a leopard's face or, over which
a mullet of six points. 3/oWo— Auctor pretiosa facit.

>&a(— Hanthorpe House, Bourne, co. Lincoln.



PARKER OF WOODHAM: MORTIMER.

Parkee, Cheistophek William, Esq. of Wood-
ham Mortimer, Essex, J.P. and D.L., b. 1853,
educated at Winchester and Oriel Coll., M.A. ;
m. 1S81, Helen Cecilia, dau. of Sir William James
JFarrcr, of Sandhurst Lodge, Berks, aud has issue,

I. John Oxley, b. 1886.

I. Christine Elizabeth Oxley.

II. Cecilia Louisa Oxley.

III. Flora Helen Oxley.

Lineage. —John Oxley Parker, Esq. to. Sarah, dau.
of Christopher GrifBnhoofe, Esq., M.D. of Chelmsford, auU
■d. 1825, leaving a son,

Christopher Comyns Parker, Esq. of Woodham Morti-
mer, hi. 1st, Emma Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Gepp, Esq. of
Chelmsford, Essex, and d. 1843, leaving a son,

John Oxley Parker, Esq. of Woodham Mortimer, Essex,
B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1883, i.
1812 ; m. 1847, Louisa, dau. of Itichard Duiant, Esq. of Sharp-
liam, Devon, and High Canons, Herts, and d. 8 Oct. 1887,
having by her (who d. 1893) had issue,

I. Christopher William, now of Woodham Mortimer.

II. Oxley Durant, b. 1855 ; hi. 21 Sept. 1887, Ethel Geraldine,
3rd dau. of the late Thomas Gambler Parry, Esq. of Highnam
Court, CO. Gloucestei.

III. Charles Alfred, b. 1858 ; to. 6 April, 1893, Caroline Agnes,
3rd dau. of the late Richard Durant, Esq. of High Canons,
Herts.

1. Maria Louisa. ii. Emily Frances.

III. Elizabeth Alice, d. 1884.

!V. Eva Caroline, to. 30 Nov. 1886, Rev. Greville T. Hales,
Vicar of Ardleigh, near Colchester.
Sea.!— Woodham Mortimer, Maldon, Essex.
Acsio'encfi— Hatfield Priory, Witham.



PARKER OF S"WANNINGTON HALL.

Paeeek, Elizabeth Rachel Rosalie Doho-
THEA, of Swannington Hall, Norfolk ; only child
of the late Majoe Chaeles Raxdall, of Swan-
ningtou Hall, formerly of the King's Dragoon
Griiards, by Rachel Rosalie, his wife, youngest dau.
of Rev. Christopher Harvey, D.D., of Temple Hill,
CO. Wexford, by Rachel, dau. of Abram Nickson,
Esq., and sister to the Countess of Donoughmore.
She m. 1858, Capt. John Robert Theophilus
Hastings Parker, J.P. (who d. 1885). The manor
of Swannington has descended to Mrs. Parker in a
direct line from the Blad wells, Lords of the Manor
of Swannington 1549, temp. Edwaed VI. The
late Capt. Hastings Parker was eldest son of Henry
Parker, Esq., Capt. R.N., by the Lady Frances
Theophila Anne ^s wife, eldest dau. of Hans
Francis, 11th Earl of Huntingdon, and grandson
of John Robert Parker, Esq. of Green Park,
Youghal, CO. Cork, by Catherine Uniacke his wife,
heiress of Kermincham Hall, co. Chester.

/Sea<— Swannington Hall, Norwich.

Residences — Dudwick House, Buxton ; and 132, Harlej
Street.



PARKER OF WARWICK HALL.

Paekee, Thomas Holme, Esq., of Warwick
Hall and Old Town, Cumberland, Lord of the
Manor of Warwick, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff 1873,
Hon. Lieut.-Col. Westmorland and Cumberland
Yeomanry Cavalry, h. 15 March, 1842 ; m. 28 July,
1864, Amy Emma Mary, eldest dau. of Rev. James
Butler, D.C.



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