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L. (Oxon), of Burnley, co. Lancaster,
and has had issue,

I. Percy Thomas Holme, b. 4 May, 1865; d. 14 Jan. 1873.

II. Maurice Holme, 6. 25 March, and d. 16 Aug. 1866.
HI. Cyril Robert Holme, b. 7 Nov. 1869.

IV. Cuthbert James Vere Holme, b. 13 Aug. 1880.
1. Agnes Amy Mary.

Lineage. — The Manor of Warwick was given shortly
after the Conquest to Odard, Lord of Corby, and his de-
scendants continued to inherit, by the name of De Warwick,
or Wanvick, until 1778. The manor afterwards passed to the
Parker family.

Christopher Parker, Esq. of Old Town, Hesket, Cumber-
land, and of Orton, and Gilse, Westmoreland, 6. 1696 ; to.
1730, Agnes Holme. He d. and was buried at Hesket 1776,
having had, with other issue, Thomas, and John.
His eldest son,

Thomas Parker, Esq., 6. 1732 ; m. 1st, Margaret Wray, of
Gowborough Hall, Watermillock, Greystoke, Cumberland ;
and 2ndly, Jane Faulder, of Beaumont, Cumberland. His eldest

Thomas Parker, Esq. of Warwick Hall and Old Town, Cum-
berland, 6. 1784; HighSheriffof Cumberland 1828, made great
improvements in the estate and seat of Wanvick Hall, de-
scribed in Lyson's History and Antiquities, c&c, of Cumberland
as "An elegant structure of red freestone ; the grounds are
tastefully disposed, and the River Eden, which fiows through
them, has its banks neatly laid out." He m. Mary Heald,
and d. s. p. He was s. by his two brothers, who also d. s. p.,
and the property devolved on the present Thomas Holme
Parker, of Warwick Hall and Old Town.

Rev. John Parker (3id son of the above-named Chris-
topher Parker of Old Town), b. 1737; to. Mary Nelson. His
eldest son,

Christopher Parker, Esq. of Old Town and Peterill Green,
Cumbcriand, J.P., b. 1795; High Sheriff of Cumberland 1830;
m. 2 Oct. 1800, Mary, dau. of John Chadwick, Esq. (d. 15 Jan.
1814), and d. 28 Feb. 1838, leaving a son,

Robert Holme Parker, Esq. of Old Town and Peterill
Green, b. 1812 ; to. 12 Feb, 1840, Elizabeth, dau. of John
Richardson, Esq. of Nunwick Hall, Cumberland, by whom
(who TO. 185],2ndly, Rev. Canon Butler, Vicar of Penrith,
and d. 27 June, 1860) he had issue,

John Richardson, b. 24 and d. 26 March, 1841.

Thomas Holme, now of Warwick Hall.

Annie, of Peterill Green, Cumberland, b. 9 May, 1843.

Mr. Robert Holme Parker d. 12 May, 1847, at PeterUl Green. •





Arms— At,., two bars gemelles arg. between three bucks.
beads erased or, all between two flauuchcs of the last. Crest —
A cubit arm vested vert, cuffed arg., holding in the hand the
attire of a stag and a bow and arrows saltirewise, all ppr.
JlfoJ(o— Virtutis alimentum honos.

Seat — Warwick Hall, near Carlisle.


Paekee, Anthony, Esq. of Castle Lough, co.
Tipperarj, High Sheriff 1876, J.P. cos. Tipperary
and Clare, b. 21 Dec. 1844; m. 18 July, 1867,
Anna Christiana, dau. of the late John Dawson
Hutchinson, Esq. of Timoney Park, Eoscrea, co.
Tipperary, and by her (who d. 18 Oct. 1871) has
had issue,

I. Standish Gkady John, of Timoney Park, co. Tipperary,
b. 9 Jan. 1S70; assumed the surname of Hutchinson in
addition to and after that of Parker, on attaining his

f. Anna Christina, b. 20 May, 1868; d. 12 Aug. 1871.

II. Elizabeth Margaret, b. 2'J May, 1871.

Lineage. — The founder of this family, which claims
descent from the Parkeks of North Molton, Devon, ancestors
of the Earl of Morley, settled in Ireland, but at what date is
now uncertain. John Pabkek, of Dunkipp, co. Limerick,
whose will is dated 1698, was father of

John Pabkeb (will dated 1726), m. Alice, dan. of Eev.
Anthony Irby, D.D., and had a son,

Anthony Pabkeb, Esq., who s. to the Tipperary and
Limerick properties, and was High Sheriff for the latter co.
1740. He m. Miss Amy Massy, and left a son,

Anthony Parker, Esq. of Castle Lough, High Sheriff co.
Limerick 1761. He m. 1761, Anne, dau. of Standish Grady,
Esq. of Elton (by Mary Theresa, his wife, dau. of Robert
Oliver, of Castle Oliver, M.P. co. Limerick), sister to Mary
Theresa, Countess of Ilchester, and d. 1800, having had issue
by her (who d. 1825),

Anthont, his heir.

Standish Gkadt, s. his brother.

■William, of Bally Valley, co. Clare, Barrister-at-Law, m.
Anne, dau. of William Wilson, Esq. of Caherconlish, co.
Limerii.k, and d. s. p.

Henry Thomas, 9th Lancers, d. s. p.

Mary, d. unm.

Amy, m. 1793, George Finch, Esq. of Kilcoleman.

Anne. Eliza. Theresa.

The eldest son,

Anthony Pabkeb, Esq. of Castle Lough, J.P. and D.L. , d.
unm. 1837, and was s. by his brother,

Eev. Standish Gbady Pabkeb, of Castle Lough, m. 1841,
Margaret, dau. of Rev. Robert Gabbett, D.D., of Castle Lake,
CO. Clare, by whom (who d. 30 April, 1886) he had issue, two

Anthony, now of Castle Lough.

Bobert Gabbett, of Bally Valley, co. Clare, J.P., High Sheriff
1891, M.A. Wadham Coll. Oxford, 6. 14 July, 1846; m. 30
July, 1868, Louisa, 2nd dau. of John Whitty, Esq. of
Cotham Lodge, Clifton, son of the Venerable John Whitty,
Archdeacon of Kilfenora, and has issue,
Anthonr John, b. 24 March, 1874.
Robert Gabbett, 6. 4 Dec. 1875.
Eonald Klphinstone, 6. 6 Jan. 1886,
Louisa Margaret. Amy Christina.

Mabel Vernon. Eleanor. Edith Gustava.

Bev.S. G. Parker, d. 18 May, 1848.

Arms — Sa., a stag's head cabo.shed, between two flaunchcs
arg., in the centre chief point a mullet or. Cr(st — A stag salient
j?pr., charged with a mullet, as in the arms. 3Iotto — Fideli eerta

Seat— Castle Lough, Killaloe.


Paekee, Neville Skottowe, Esq. of Passage
West, CO. Cork, LL.B. St. John's Coll. Camb.
(1887), b. 1865.

Lineage.— Colonel Pabkeb commanded a regiment of
dragoons under King James II. in Ireland, and accompanied
that monarch when he fled to France. He aftenvards
returned to London as an agent of King James, and was ar-
rested and imprisoned in the Tower for complicity in the
Hounslowplot to assassinate King William, and to place James

on the throne, but escaped by bribing the jailer with £300,
and fled to France in 1695 with his wife and sister-in-law,
dying in Paris a few years later, leaving an only son,

Michael Pabkeb, obtained through the interest of the
Duke of Shrewsbury a commission (dated 25 December,
1695) as cornet of Dragoons in King William's' army, and
went to Ireland with his regiment in 1098, and m. 1700 Mar-
garet, only dau. and heiress of Major Hugh Harding of the
Great Island, Queenstown, by whom he had issue, an only

Habding Pabkeb, b. 1701, m. 1725, Catherine, dau. of John
Neville of Furnace, co. Kildare,* by whom he had issue,

I. Michael, of whom presently.

II. John Neville, a General in the Indian Army, m. a Begum,
and was ancestor of Col. Neville Parker, of Clevedon,
Somerset. Gen. Parker was killed in the Eohilla War, in

I. Elizabeth Anne, m. 1st, Hayward St. Leger Gillman, by
whom she had two sons. Sir John Gillman, Bart., and
another ; she m. 2ndly, Sir Thomas Martin, Bart, of Lock-
Mr. Harding Parker, who was Mayor of Cork in 1740, d. 1750.
The elder son,

Michael Pabkeb, 6. 1730 ; m. Anne, dau. of Henry d'Esterrc,
of Castle Henry, co. Clare, by whom he had issue, with six
daus., three sons,

I. Harding, m. Catherine, dau. of John S. Kottowe, of Ches-
ham Park, Bucks, Governor of St. Helena.

II. RiCHABD Neville, of whom presently.

III. William, vi. Alicia, dau. of Thomas Townshend Somer-
ville, of Castle Haven and Drishane, and was father of

William d'Esterre, of Passage West, co. Cork, m. Sarah
Dowman and left issue, Catherine Jane, m. her cousin,
Eichard Neville Parker (see below); Mabella Anne
d'Esterre, and Mary Townshend, m.3. A. Oakshott, Esq.,
M.D., and has one son, William Albert Neville.
The 2nd son,

EicHAED Neville Pabkeb, 6. 1770, m. 1795, Margaret,
younger dau. of John Skottowe of Chesham Park, Bucks,
Governor of St. Helena, &c., by whom he had issue, Eichard
Neville and Michael, the elder of whom,

Richard Neville Pabkeb, b. 1799, m. 1829, Hannah
Maria, eldest dau. of John George Newsom of Cork, by
whom he had issue three sons : i. Richard Neville ; ii. John
George Newsom; and in. William Henry and two daus.
Anne and Margaret. The eldest of the sons, Richard Neville,
m. 1st, Henrietta, dau. of Thomas George French of Marina,
CO. Cork, and 2ndly, Catherine Jane, dau. of William d'E.
Parker, and d. s. p. The 3rd son m. Susan Grubb Ridgway,
and has issue. The 2nd son.

John George Newsom Pabkeb, b. 1833, m. 1863, Sarah
Johnson, eldest dau. of John William Topp, of Cork, and
grand-dau. of John Topp of Whitvjn, co. Salop, by whom
he had issue, two sons: i. Neville Skottowe ; ii. St. John
William Topp, Lieut. Essex Regt., and two daus, Elisabeth
Topp, m. Surg. Capt. E. E. Foott, and Ethel Newsom.
Seat — Waterview, Passage West, co. Cork.

* This family descends from the Hon. Francis Neville, of
Kyner, co. Sussex, 2nd son of Edward, 5th Baron Bergavenny,
by Katherine his wife, dau. of Sir John Brorae, of Halton.
Hon. F. Neville m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Lukenor, of the Isle
of Selsey, co. Sussex, and by her had a son and heir, Edward
Neville, who m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Francis Palmer, Knt.,
and had (with two daus., Anne, m. 1st, Sir Richard Southwell,
and 2ndly, Col. Trenchard ; and Francis, to. Longueville, 12th
Lord Grey de Euthyn) one son, Richard Neville, who, having
unfortunately killed Sir Samuel Luke in a duel, fled to Ireland
in 1649, and settled in co. Kildare, where he purchased estates
and became of Phornauts or Furness. He m. Margaret Usher,
and left at his decease (will dated 1682), with two daus., Bridget
and Mary (legatees in their father's will;, four sons,

I. Richard, of Furness, m. a dau. of Richard Barry. Esq.,
and heiress of James Barry, the uncle of 1st Baron Santry.
and by her had, with three sons who d. in infancy, an only
dau. and heiress, Mary, in. Col. Richard Edward Jones,
who assumed the name of Neville, and by him was grand-
mother of the late Richard Neville, Esq. of Furnace, M.P.,
whose eldest dau. and heiress, Henrietta, m. 1st, Edward
Dering, (see Bdbke's Peeraqe, Deeing, Bart.), and had
issue ; and 2ndly, Sir W. M. P. Geary, Bart., and had issue.

II. John, -in. Eliza Riggs, of Riggsdale, co. Cork, and had
three daus., Anne, vi. J. Perry, of WooJroofe, co. Tip-
perary, and 2ndly, Rev. Thomas Somervilie, by whom she
had issue (.SM SoMEEViLLE o/ ^?-is7t«n«); Catherine Anne,
m. (as in the text) Haeding Pabkeb, and Judith, in. —
Parker, of the Abbey.

III. Robert, d. s. p.

IV. Garrett, ancestor of the Nevilles of Eorrismore House, co.






Paeeinson, Rkginald James Beresfohd, Esq.
of Ludford Park, Ludlow, co. Salop, J. P., late
Capt. 28tli Eegt., b. 14- March, 1856 ; m. 12 March,
1891, Lucy Charlotte, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Robert

Xiineage. — Leoxakd Parkinson, Esq. of Kinrcrsley
Castle, CO. Hereford, and Frocester Court, co. Gloucester, was
father of

IticHAitD Pabkinson, of Kinncrsley Castle, co. Hereford,
m. 1 Jan. 1807, Lucy, eldest dau. of Admiral William Lech-
mere, E.N., of Steeple Astou, co. Oxford, by Elizabeth his
wife, dau. of Sir John Dashwood Kiug, Bart., and d. 16 April,
1851, when he wass. by his son,

John Parkinson, Esq. of Kinncrsley Castle, co. Hereford,
w. 5 Jan. 1842, Sarah Levinc, only dau. of Admiral Fowler,
of Walliscote, Oxon, and d. 12 Oct. 1859, leaving issue,

I. John Lechmebe Merrick, of Ludford.

II. Leonard Augustus, s. his brother.

III. Reginald James 13eresfobd, now of Ludford.
]. Caroline Levine.

II. De Courcy Frederica, m. Major AVilliam Wallace Graham,
late Carabineers, who rf. 16 Aug. 1889.

III. Constance Sarah, to. 24 Feb. 1876, George Dashwood
Baker, Esq., who d. 2 Dec. 1879, and has issue.

IV. Kachel Augusta.

V. Ada Mary, 7rt. 11 April, J877, John Douglas Dickinson,
Esq. of Glanhonddu, co. Brecon, late 24th Ptegt., and has

VI. Georgina Matilda, twiu with Ada Mary.

VII. Edith Emily.

The eldest son,

John Lechmebe Merrick Parkinson, Esq. of Lndford
Park, Ludlow, co. Salop, formerly of the 61st Kegt., J. P. for
cos. Hereford and Salop, 6. 22 Feb. 1844; m. 11 April, 1872,
Maria Eliza Mary, eldest dau. of Henry Penton, Esq. of
Pentonville, Middlesex, Col. 3rd Middlesex Militia, and dying
S Dec. 1889, s. p., was s. by his brother,

Leonard Augustus Parkinson, Esq. of Ludford Park, co.
Salop, 6. 25 Dec. 1847, and d. s. p. 12 Oct. 1890, and was s. by
his only surviving brother.

Arms — Gu. on a chevron, between three ostrich feathers
arg., as many mullets sa. Crest — A cubit arm erect, vested
erm., cuff arg., holding in the hand ppr. an ostrich feather,
also erect, gu.

Seal — Lu'iford Park, Ludlow.


Paekinson, Thomas Feedeeick, Esq. of Ingle-
-Bood, Isle of Wight, b. 30 June, 1837, late Assis-
tant Secretary to the Government of Bengal in the
P.W.D., and retired in 1879. He m. 14 Aug. 1878,
Margaret Elizabeth, only surviving child of the late
David Day, Esq., banker, of Rochester, and widow
of J. N. Hamian, Esq. of The Highlands, Tadmar-
ton, CO. Oxford.

Xiineagre. — This family claims descent from the Fether-
stonhaughs of Stanhope Hall, co. Cumberland ; and Surtees, the
historian of Durham, refers to the change of name Irom Fether-
stonhaugh to Perkinson.

In the 14th and 15th centuries the family of Perkinson, now
Parkinson, owned the estates of Beaumont Hill and Whessoe,
in Darlington Ward and parish of Haughton le Skerne, also
the lands of Couston Grange, of Luttrington, and of Auckland
{vide Longstaffe's History of Darlington), and intermarried
with the neighbouring families of Sir Richard Cholmondeley
and Sir John Widdrington. They subsequently sold these
estates to the Ewbanks and Lowthers, and migrated to York-
shire, where they purchased the Carleton estate.

Marmaduke Parkinson, Esq. of Carleton, co. York, m. the
dau. and heiress of R. Smyth, Esq. of Kiltown, co. West-
uieath, with whom he obtained an estate, and had an only

John Pabkinson, Esq., whom, the only dau. and heir of W.
Keatinge, Esq., and had a son.

Rev. Thomas Parkinson, Rector of Stebannon, co. Louth,
M.A., 7B. 1803, Hester, dau. of John Magee, Esq., and d.
3 Oct. 1847, leaving by her (who d. 28 Aug. 1828) a son.

Rev. Richard Pabkinson, Vicar of Northaw, co. Hertford,
M.A., m. Margaret, dau. of Rev. W. C. Armstrong, M.A.,
Rector of Moydow, co. Longford, by his wife, a dau. of Joseph
Meredith, of Cloonamahon, J.P., D.L., and ci. 3 Sept. 18i;8,

I. Thomas Frederick, now of Inglcwood.

II. Richard Colville, m. Edith, dau. of the late R. Hunt Esq-.
of Middleton Cheney, co. Oxford. '

III. Edmund Wollaston, m. Alice, dau. of Rev. F. .T.
R. Laurence, M.A., Rector of Birch, co. Essex, bslh

IV. Charles Meredith Octavius ("Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Rad-
lett, Herts, m. Lizzie, only child of the late J. Lambert
Esq., J.P., of Walsall.

I. Elizabeth Jane.

II. Edith Douglas Georgina, m. General F. L. Magniae, of
Northdown Hall, Bideford, N. Devon.

Anns — Gu., a chevron arg., charged with three innllets sa.,
between three ostrich feathers arg. CresL—A. falcon ppr'.
Miilto — Et juste et vrai.

Seat — Inglewood, St. Laurence, Isle of Wight.


Parkinson, Robeet John Hinman, Esq. of
East Ravendale, co. Lincoln, M.A., B.C.L., J.P. for
the Parts of Lindsey, co. Lincoln, b. 8 Jan. 1844 ;
m. 17 Oct. 1867, Frances, eldest dau. of Jarue«
Thompson, Esq. of Workington, Cumberland.

liineagre.— John Wilson, M.D., 6. 1752; m. 1794, Eliza-
beth Gllliat, who d. 1845. He d. 1809, leaving a son.

Rev. John Posthumous Parkinson (formerly Wilson), M. A.
(b. 20 July, 1809, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford,
was Junior Proctor 1841, D.C.L. 1845, and became F.S.A.
shortly before his death ; assumed the name of Parkinson by
royal sign-manual ou his marriage, 1 July, 1842, with Mary,
only dau. and heir of Rev. John Parkinson, D.D. (6. 1754 ;
d. 1840), by his wife, Mary Gilliat (6. 1768; m. 1805 ; d. 1854).*
By her (who d. 17 Feb. 1873) he left at his decease, 7 Dec.

Robert John Hinman, now of East Ravendale.
William Henry, 6. 13 Jan. 1845; vi. 31 Aug. 1876, Marion
Codd, and has Issue,

1 John Wilson Henry, b. 13 July, 1877.

2 William Gilliat, b. 27 Dec. 1881.

1 Mary. 2 Ellen Christeasc.

John Edward Foxe, 6. 25 Aug. 1852: d. 12 Feb. 1859.
Mary Elizabeth, d. Dec. 1848.

Maria Frances Knowles, b. 23 Sept. 1849; m. 14 Oct. 1875,
Rev. George Christopher Hilbers, M.A., Archdeacon of St.
David's, Rector of St. Thomas's, Haverfordwest.
Anas — Gu., on a chevron engrailed, between three ostrich
feathers erect arg., a fieurde-lis az. betw<'en two pellets.
Crext— An antelope trippant ppr., in the mouth two ostrieis
feathers arg.
Seal — East Ravendale, Great Grimsby, co. Lincoln.


Paelane, James, Esq. of Appleby Lodge, co,
Lancaster, and Craigdhu, co. Wigtown, J.P. for the
latter co. and for Manchester, b. 7 Jan. 1833 ; m.
25 June, 1863, Margaret Carrick, diu. of William
Thorburn, of Manchester, and has issue,

I. John, 6. 1 Sept. 1867.

II. WiUiam, b. 20 Aug. 1870.

I. Mary, m. R. P. Goldschmidt, eldest son of Philip Gold-
schmidt, of Manchester.

II. Jane.

III. Margaret.

liineage. — James Parlane, Esq. of Glasgow (son of
William Parlane, by his wife Isabel Gilfillan), m. 27 Dec.
I7G6 ; and d. 1829 ; leaving by his wife Mary (who d. 1831), at

John Parlane, Esq. of Manchester and Buenos Ayres, 6. 9
July, 1807; m. 1829, Margaret Jack (6. 1811; d. 1 845), and
d. 9 July, 1868, leaving a son, the present James Parlane,
Esq. of Appleby and Craigdhu, which estates he purchased in

^j-ms— Per fesse arg. and or, a saltire raguly gu., gult^ d'ean,
between in chief and in base a rose of the third, liaibed and
teeded ppr., and on either side a hedgehog passant, also ppr.

* The Rev. John Parkinson, D.D., was 2nd son of Robert
Parkinson, of West Ravendale, where he was born. He was
a scholar of Corpus College, Oxford, and afterwards a Uemy
and Fellow of .Magdalen College, in the same University.
Subsequently he held the College living of FirJeton, Wilts, witl*.
other preferment.





Crf-t— Out of a rock a dcmi-savage affronte ppr., holding in the
dexter hand three arrows (two in saltire and one in pale) points
upwards or, headed and feathered arg., and in the sinister
hand a rose as in the arms slipped and leaved ppr. Motto —
This I'll defend.

Smfs— AppU-by Lodge, Eusholme, Manchester; Craigdhu,
CO. Wigtown.

Paelbt, Eet. John Hall, of Manadon, co.
Devon, J.P., B.A. 1827, University Coll. Oxford,
M.A. 1830, Deacon 1828, Priest 1830 ; b. 25 Jan.
1805 ; m. 1st, 3 March, 1835, Emily Janetta, 4th
<lau. of John Hooper Holder, Esq. of Stanton
Lacy, Salop, and by her (who d. 29 Oct. 1842) had

I. TrefiL^is Ilall, 5. .July, 18-30 ; d. 29 Jan. 1837.

u. Gebabd Charl>s Hall, Devon, Lieut.-Col.E.A.,

6. 23 Oct. 1842. m. 1 Nov. 1893, Adela liosa, only dan. of

Eoger Kerrison, Esq. of Slevering Hall, Suffolk.
I. Blanche St. John, d. 18 Aug. 1881.
n. Emily Letitia, to. SApiil, 1875, William Hole, Esq., J. P.,

of Parke, Devon, and has issue, William Gerald, 6. 2 May,


He m. 2ndly, 6 May, 1845, Emma Admonition, O^-d
«lau. of late Rev. Walter Radcliffe, of Warlegh,
Devon, by Abby his wife, sister of the late Sir
Ralph Lopes, Bart, of Maristow, Devon, and had

»H. St. John Eadcliffe Hall, Lieut. R.N., b. 20 July, 1355 ;
d. 27 Aug. 18t.O,

IV. Trefusis Copleston HaU, b. 4 Aug. 1857 ; d. 3 Oct. 1858.

V. Reginald John Hall, Capt. 1st Devonshire Regt., 6. 12
Feb. 186L

vf. Walter Coventry HaU, b. 21 May, 1862, M.A. Oxon.
VII. Edward Mackenzie Hall,6. 29 Sept. 18C3 ; now in Alberta,

III. Florence Louisa, d. 1-5 May, 1872.

IV. Constance Gertrude Hall, m. 20 June, 1876, Charles A.
Mott, Esq., 2nd Queen's Kegt., and d. at Malta, 6 April,
1879, leaving issue, Roger J. Kynaston, b. 20 March, 1877 ;
Geoffrey Radcliffe, b. 23 March, 1878; and Louis Oakeley,
b. 16 March, 1879.

V. Mildred Bertha Hall.

VI. Emma Marion Hall, m. 15 Jan. 1878, Lieut. -Col. 'Walter
Charles Warner Arbuthnott, R.A., onlyson of Hon. Walter
Arbuthnott, of Hatton, co. Kincardine, and has issue,
"Walter St. John May, b. 30 Sept., d. Nov. 1880; John
Ogilvie, 6. 15 Sept. 1882; Robin Hugh, b. 14 Sept. 1884;
Muriul Georgina, b. 31 July, 1881 ; and Violet Anna, b.
Sept. 1883, d. 1 Jan. 1884.

VII. Winifred Beatrice Hall, m. 10 Feb. 1881, Lieut.-Col.
Hugh Hovel Thurlow, late 13th Light Infantry, and has
i!5sue, Edward Guy Lethbridge, b. 6 Nov. 1881 ; and Eva
Winifred Hilda, b. 18 Nov. 1833.

Iiineage. — Tlie family of Paelbt is of French extraction,
liaving come to England at the time of the Restoration of
CuAELEa II., and settled in Kent, whence they removed to
•Stone Hall in the middle of the last century.

Thomas Pablbt, Esq. of Stone Hall, Devon, uncle of the
late James Templer, Esq. of Stover House, Devon, and of
Anne, Lady Pole, of Shute, m. Lydia Martyn, and by her (who
d. about 1805) left at his decease, circa 1800 (with three daus.,
tiie youngest of whom, Priscilla, m. Admiral Sir Charles
Ekins, K.C.B.), two sons. Col. (father of Lieut.-Col.
■George Parlby, late of the 4th Light Dragoons, and Major-Gen.
i'arlby, late commanding the Cavalry in Ireland) d. 1881, and

John Alesandeb Parley, Esq., J. P., m. 29 Sept. 1792,
Laetitia, twin dau. and co-heir of Humphrey Hall, Esq. ofMana-
<lon, CO. Devon, and Goldings, co. Herts, by the Hon. Jane his
wife, dau. of John, 10th Lord St. John, of Bletsoe, co. Bedford,
and by her (who d. 31 May, 1843) left at his decease, 1 April,
1849, a son.

Rev. John Hall Paeley, now of Manadon.

(famtlu of |)aU.

JonN IIall, of Ijondon, merchant, femp. Elizabeth, m.
Anne, dau. of John Browne, Esq. of Horton Kirby, Kent,
and by her (who a. 16 Dec. 1619; had twenty-two children, of |
whom, I

I. John, m. 1st, Sarah, only dan. of Sir Martin Lumley, Knt.
and Alderman, and 2ndly, Miss Wraxall. By the former
he had issue,

Martin, who, by Rebecca his wife, had a son John, who,
by Elizabeth his wife, had an only child, Elizabeth, m.
Mr. Yate.
James, of London.
Mary, m. Mr. Oliver.

II. Humphrey, of Stanstead, Essex, m. Cicely, sister of ."^ir
Thomas Middleton, Knt. sometime Lord Mayor of London,
and had issue, a son,


III. Thomas, of whom we treat.
The 3rd son,

Thomas Hall, of London, m. Bennett, dau. of Thomaa
Green, a lawyer, of London, and by her (who m. 2ndly,
Richard Beresford, of London, and d. circa 1657) leaving

I. Thomas, d. v.nm. n. John, d. unm.

III. Humphrey, of Goldings, Herts, to. Dorothy, dau. of
Mr. Bridges, and by her (who d. 1689) had issue,

Humphrey, b. 1645; d. in Ireland, 1681.
He d. 12 Nov. 1695.

IV. Anthony, of Knockfergtu.
v. Daniel, of whom presently.

VI. Daniel, m. Margaret, dau. of — Sayer, Esq. of Kent.

I. Anne, m. Richard Bate, of Norwich.

II. Elizabeth, m. Walter Bridges.
The 5th son,

Daniel Hall, Esq. of Goldings, m. 1652, Elizabeth, dau. of
Francis Quarles, of Leoff'ord, Stamford, co. Northampton, attd
had issue,

I. Thomas, d. 1682.

II. Daniel, of whom presently.
in. Humphrey, d. young.

The 2nd son,

Daniel Hall, Esq. of Gravesend, Kent, and Goldings, Herts,
b. 1656; w. Mildred, dau. of Samuel Alstrop, of Lincoln, and
relict of John Bridges, and by her (who d. 12 July, 1712) had

I. Humphrey, 6. 1689.

II. Thomas, of whom presently.

III. Humphrey, 6. 169o; d. 20 Aug. 1723.

IV. Daniel, 6. 1694.

V. Samuel, b. 1695.

I. Jane, d. young.

II. Dorothy, m. William Winrow, of London, and had issue.

III. Sibella. rv. Mildred.

V. Mary, m. John Butler, Esq. of Weald, Essex ; both d.
1744. VI. Jane.

VII. Susannah. viu. Eleanor, i.

The 2nd son,

Thomas Hall, Esq. of Goldings, b. at Gravesend, and there
bapt. 11 July, 1692 ; m. 1727, Mary, dau. of James Hallett,
Esq. of Dunmowe, by Mary his wife, dau. and co-heir of Sir
Ambrose Crowley, Knt., and sister of Lettice, Lady Cotton,
and Elizabeth, Lady St. John, and by her (who d. 24 March,
1724) had issue,

I. Thomas, b. 20 Jan. 1728 ; d. young, and was buried ia
Bengeo Church.

II. James, b. 1 July, 1732; d. at Lisbon.

III. Thomas, 6. 4 Sept. 1734.

IV. H0MPHEEY, of whom presently.

v. Ambrose, b. 11 Sept. 1739 : m. Ann, dau. of — Powell,
Esq., and by her (who d. 27 Jan. 1812) left at his decease, 31
Dec. 1815, three sons,

Humphrey, 6. 18 April, 1763.

John, 6. 15 June, 1773.

James, d. 19 June, 1777.


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