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Mary, 7n. 10 Jan. 1756, William Comber Kirkby, grand-
son of Dean Comber, and d. 22 June, 1816, leaving issue.

II. Mildred, d. 9 Jan. 18-19.

III. Elizabeth, d. 15 March, 1785.

IV. Sarah, d. young.

V. Ann, m. Richard Gough, Esq. of Enfield, the antiquary,
andrf. 18 Aug. 1834.

VI. Sarah, d. 30 March, 1795 ; m. Rev. Henry Pleydell

The 4th son,

Humphrey Hall, Esq. of Goldings, Herts, and Manadon,

Devon, Sheriff for Devon 1787, b. 15 July, 1738 ; m. 1767, the

Hon. Jane, dau. of 10th Lord St. John, sister of Lady Clinton

and of Lady Coventry, and by her (who was 6. 19 July, 1735,

and d. 10 July, 1799) had issue,

I. Elizabeth, m. 1st, 1803, Main Swete 'Walrond, of

Manadon, Devon, Col. Coldstream Guards, and by him

(who d. 1817) had a dau. Jane St. John Hall, who d. 18

April, 1809. She m. 2ndly, 1822, Sir William Elford,

Bart, of Bickham, M.P. for P[ymouth, and Lieut.-Col. of

South Devon Militia, and d. 18s9.





II. Jane (twin with Laetitia), m. 22 May, 1794, at St. Andrew's,
Flymouth, Rotiert Martin Popliam Wall, Col. Oxfordshire
Militia, eldest son of Col. Ward, of Tewkesbury Lodge, co.
Gloucester, and d. Dec. 1833.

III. Laetitia, b. 4 Dec. 1772 ; m. at St. Mary's. Southampton,
29 Sept. 1792, John Alexander Pablbi, Esq., J.P., and
d. 31 May, 1848, leaving issue,

John Hall, now of Manadon.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th. arg., a parrot vert, for
Pauley ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., crusilly gu., three talbots' heads
erased of the last, for Hall. Motto — Parle bien.

JStat— Manadon, near Plymouth, Devon.


Paenell, John Howaed, Esq. of Avondale, co.
Wicklow b. 1843.

liineag'e.' — (See Burke's Peerage, Congleton, B.)

William P.-^^enell, Esq., 3rd son of the Right Hon. Sir John
PamcU, Bart., by Letitia Charlotte his wife, dau. and co-heir
of the Right Hon. Sir Arthui- Brooke, Bart, of Colebrooke,
assumed the additional surname of Hates. He m. 1810,
Frances, dau. of Hon. Hugh Howard, and by her (whod. 1813)
had issue,

John Henkt, of Avondale.

Catherine, vi. 1835, George Vicesimus Wigram, Esq.

Mr. Hayes Parnell d. 1821, and was s. by his son,

John Henry Parnell, Esq. of Avondale, co. Wicklow, J.P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1S36, 6. 14 Aug. 1811 ; m. 31 May, 1834,
Delia Tudor, only dau. of Commodore Charles Stewart, United
States navy, and had issue,

William, d. s. p. Hajes, d. s. p.

.John Howard, now of Avondale.

Charles Stewart, of Avondale.

Henry Tudor, B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Barrister-at-Law, h.
Dec. 1850; m. 1882, Penelope Jane, dau. of Rev. Thomas
Luby, D.D., and has issue, Henry Maurice Stewart, b. 18S4 ;
Harold de Mowbray, b. 1889 ; and Maude Yolan Howard.

Delia (deceased), rii. Livingstone Thompson, Esq.

Emily, m. Capt. R. M. Dickinson, ythod. 1883, leaving issue,
a dau. Delia.

Sophia (deceased), m. Alfred M'Dermott, Esq.

Fanny, deceased. Anna Mercer.

Theodosia, m. Claude Paget, Esq. R.N.
Mr. Parnell d. 3 July, 1859. His 4th son,

Charles Stewart Parnell, Esq. of Avondale, J.P., High
Sheriff 1874, M.P. co. Meath 1875-80, and for Cork 1880-91, 6.
June, 1846 ; m. July, 1891, Katherine, dau. of the late Rev. Sir
John Page Wood, Bart., and dying s. p. 5 Oct. 1891, was s.
by his elder brother, John Howard Parnell, Esq., now of

Arms — (See Burke's Peerage, Congleton, B.).
Stat — Avondale, Rathdrum, co. Wicklow.

Paee, Joseph Chaeiton, Esq. of Grappenhall
Ileyes, and Ashton Heyes, co. Chester, of Staunton
Pai'k, Staunton-on-Arrow, co. Hereford, and Killie-
chronan, co. Argyll, J.P. and D.L., b. 2 June,
1837 ; m. 6 Feb. 1872, Jessie Maria, eldest dau. of
late Col. Gr. L. Lister Kaye, 5th West York
Militia, formerly lOtli Royal Hussars, and has

I. Roger Charlton, 6. 3 Nov. 1874.

I. Katharine Agnes.

II. Elinor Jessie.

III. Margaret Alicia.

Lineage.— This family claims to be abranchof the ancient
Lancashire family of Parr. Early in the 16th century it pos-
sessed freehold property at Rainford, in the neighbourhood of
St. Helens.

Edward Parr appears, from the Duchy Records, to have
been engaged in a lawsuit respecting the title to a messuage
called " Heysein Hall, in Rayneford," 31 Henry VIII. From
him descended, it is stated,

John Parr, gent., of Rainforde, m. a dau. of Roger
Ilesketh, of North Moels, and had issue (with three daus.),
three sons,

I. John, whose line is supposed to be extinct.

II. Edward, whose son, John Parr, gent., of Rainford, re-
moving to Liverpool about 1700, became eminent as a mer-
chant there. He m. 1713, Jane, dau. of Joshua Horton,
Esq. of Chadderton, and had a dau. Mary, wife of Samuel

Mancsty, Esq,, and a son, John Parr, merchant, of Liver-
pool, Mayor 1773, m. 1756, Anne, dau. and heir of Rev.
Henry Wolstenholme, Rector of Liverpool, and d. 1798
having had issue,

1 John Owen, merchant, of London, b. 1757; m. 1792,
Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Thomas Patrick, and had issue,

Rev. John Owen Parr, M.A., Rector of Preston and
an Honorary Canon of Manchester, J. P., b. 8 Aug.
1798; m. 1821, Maria Elizabeth, dau. of William Bod-
ham Wright, Esq. of Mattishall, Norfolk, and d. Feb.
1878, having had issue,

1 John Owen (Rev.), M.A. Oxon, Rector of Hinstock,
6. 24 Aug. 1825 ; m. 28 April, 1857, Mary Emily, dau.
of Charles Pott, Esq. of Freelands, Kent.

2 William Chase, Col., m. a dau. of Thomas Clements
Parr and niece of Sir Arthur Elton, Bart.

3 Harrington Welford.

1 Maria hlizabeth. 2 Katherine.

3 Isabella. 4 Margaret.

Thomas Chase, an Officer H.E.I.C.S.
Samuel, an Officer H.E.I.C.S.

2 Edward, of Liverpool, to. Anne Jane, only child of
Arthur Hamilton, Esq. of Wavertree, and d. 1848, having
had a son, John Hamilton, of Liverpool, who to. Kathe-
rine, widow of John Whitehead, Esq.. and has issue ; aai
a dau., Anne Owen.

3 Wolstenhnlme, resided at Padua, in Italy, d. 1845.

4 Joshua, M.D., of Liverpool, to. Alicia, dau. of Henry
Barton, and dying 1810, left issue,

1 Wolstenholme.

2 John Barton, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, to. Elizabeth^
youngest dau. of Joseph Arundale, Esq. of Byker Hall,
Newcastle, and had issue.

1 Henrietta. 2 Charlotte.

5 Thomas, merchant, of Liverpool, m. Mary, dau. of
Richard Wood, gent., and d. 1824, leaving a son, Joha
Richard, and three daus.

in. Roger, of whom we treat.
The 3rd son,

Roger Parr, to. Hannah, dau. and heiress of Joseph Jack-
son, Esq. of Liverpool, and had a son,

Joseph Parr, of Fir Grove, West Derby, to. 18 Oct. 1780,
Ellen, dau. of Matthew Lyon, Esq. of Warrington, and d. 25'
Oct. 1820, leaving (with four daus., Ellen, d. unm.; Harriet,
m. James Henry Clough, Esq., son of Richard Clough, Esq.,
Plas Clough, CO. Denbigh ; Harriet Ellen, to. John, eldest son
of Rev. T. Ellis, M.A. ; and Isabella, m. William Ripley,
Esq.) two sons, Joseph, of Fir Grove, d. unm. 1824, and
Thomas, of Grappenhall Heyes. The 2nd son,

Thomas Pare, Esq. of Grappenhall Heyes, J.P. and D.L.,
b. Dec. 1792; m. 1st, 5 Nov. 1825, Clare, 3rd dau. of the
Rev. Croxton Johnson, LL.B., Rector of Wilmslow, by whom
(who d. 28 Aug. 1827) he had an only dau., Clara Ellen, m.
1852, Charles Jeffreys, Esq. of Glandiffi Castle, co. Mont-
gomery. He m. 2ndly, 1833, Alitia, 2nd dau. of Philip'
Charlton, Esq. of Wytheford Hall, Salop, and by her had

Thomas Philip, of Ashton Heyes and Killiechronan.

Frederick, an Officer in the army, b. 13 Oct. 1835 ; d. in the-
Crimea 25 March, 1855.

Joseph Charlton, now of Grappenhall Ileyes, etc.

Chiverton Bertie, b. 19 Nov. 1841, to., and d. s. j). 23 March,

Raymond William, 6. 1 Sept. 1843; m. 1881, Constance, dau.
of Edward, 16th Lord Dunsany, and has issue, Lionel
Edward, b. 1882; Bertram; Violet Mary.

Henry Bingham, 6. 6 June, 1845.

Cecil Francis, 6. 2 Aug. 1847 ; to. Amy Ursula, dan. of Baroa
Dimsdale, and has issue, Raymond Cecil.

Alicia Jane, m. 10 Dec. 1867, Edward Townshend, Esq. o£
Wincham Hall, co. Chester, and has issue, Edward Lee, b.
7 Oct. 1868.
Mr. Parr d. 1870, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Philip Parr, Esq. of Killiechronan, co. Argyll, an*
Ashton Heyes, Cheshire, J. P., late Capt. Royal Scots Greys, 6»
25 Feb. 1834; to. 22 Nov. 1866, Agnes, only dau. of the late-
Major George Darby Griffith, and d. s. p. 29 Oct. 1891.

^rTO«— Arg., two bars az, a bordure engrailed sa. Crest — A
female's head couped below the shoulders, vested az., on her
head an antique crown or. Motto — Faire sans dire.

Seats— Grappenhall Heyes, Warrington, and Ashton Heyes,.
Chester; Stauntou Park, Staunton-oa-Arrow, co. Hereford,
and Killiechronan, Aros, N.B.


Paee, Alfeed, Esq. of Paytoc Hall and Bay-
sham Court, CO. Hereford, County Councillor, b. 26
June, 1866, purchased the Baysham Court estate
24 April, 1889.





Lineage. — John George Rowland Parr, Esq., who came
from Maiden, Sun-ey, in which county the family at one time
held e.xtensive estates, m. in March 1S20, Mary Jane Howard,
and d. 6 Aug. 1851, having hy her (who d. 19 Jan. 1846) had
issue. His 2nd son,

William Parr, Esq. of Paytoe Hall, co. Hereford (which
ancient and historical estate he purchased 13 May, 1867. The
old residence was erected in 1119, hy John de Paytoe, from
whom it takes its name), was b. at Bromfleld, co. Salop. He
m. 10 May, 1865, Susan, dau. of William Richards, Esq. of
The Cross House, co. Salop, and The Garn, Newcastle, by
Susan, 3rd dau. of Robert Eaton, Esq. of Barrington Hall,
Isle of Wight, and d. 12 March, 1881, leaying an only child,

Alfred, now of Paytoe Hall.

Seats— Paytoe Hall, Leintwardine, R.S.O.; and Baysham
Court, Ross, both in co. Hereford.


Jones-Paeet, Thomas Paeey, Esq. of Llwyn
Onn, CO. Denbigh, J.P. and D.L., b. 1 Sept. 1828 ;
m. 1863, Lucie Maria, eldest dau. of the late James
Oldham Swettenham, Esq., and has,

I. Thomas Parry, 6. 9 Feb. 1869.

II. Geoffrey Lloyd, b. 12 Jan. 1877.

I. Charlotte Annie Margaret. ii. Georgina Marian.

III. Gladys Lucie. iv. Alice Winifred.

Liiueage. — This family, which has been uninterruptedly
seated at Llwyn Onn from a very remote period, and has
allied itself with many of the most eminent houses in the
Principality, deduces male descent from Tcdor Trevor, Lord
of Hereford, founder of the tribe of the Marches.

Ynyr ap Cadforch, Lord of both Maelors, Oswestry, and
Whittington, in Powys, one of the Barons of that kingdom, m.
Rhiengar, dau. and sole heir of Lluddoca ap Caradoc Vrcich-
fras. Lord of Hereford, in South Wales, and was, by her, father
of a son,

Tudor Trevor (so called because born or nursed in Trevor),
Lord of Hereford, Whittington, and both Maelors, and founder
of the tribe of the Marches. He m. Angharad, dau. of Howell
Dha, King of South Wales a.d. 907, the celebrated Lawgiver
of Cambria, and had issue, i. Gronwy ap Tudor Trevor, Lord
of Hereford, whose dau. and heir, Gwen, m. Cyhelyn ap Ivor,
liOrd of BuUth, and was mother of Elystan Glodrydd, Prince
of Ferlys, founder of the 4th Royal Tribe of Wales ; ii. Llydoch
ap Tudor Trevor, Lord of both Maelors and Oswestry, ancestor
of the MosTTNS of Mostyn, the Trevors of Brtjnkinalt, the
Pennants of Downing, &c. ; iii. Dtngad ap Tcdor Trevor,
of whose line we treat. The 3rd son,

Dyngad ap Thdoe Trevor, m. Cicely, dau. of Severus, son
of Cadivor ap Gwemvynwyn, Prince of Powys-Wenwynwyn,
and was father of

Rhtwallon ap Dtngad, whose wife was Lettice, dau. of
Cadwaladr ap Peredir Goch. Their son,

Cynric ap Rhtwallon, Lord of Whittington, Christionydol
Cynric, and Maelor Cymraeg, in Powys, who was slain a.d.
1073, TO. Judy, dau. of Ivor Hen, Lord of Bhos, and has issue,
I. Ednyfed ap Cynric; ii. Hwfa ap Cynric ; in. Ninniau ap
Cynric, of whom presently; iv. Llewellyn ap Cynric. The
3rd son,

Ninniau ap Cynric, was father of

Iedaf ap Ninniau, m. Efa, dau. of Einion ap Howel ap
levan, Lord of Arwystli, derived from Elystan Glodrydd,
Prince of Ferlys, and had issue, i. Iorwerth Vychan ap
Ieuaf, continuer of the line; and ii. Einion ap leuaf, pro-
genitor of the Ettons of Eylon. The eldest son,

Iorwerth Vychan ap Ieuaf, of Llwynon, co. Denbigh, m.
Mali, uidow of David ap Rhys, 5th Baron of Kymmer-yn-
Ideimion, co. Merioneth, and 3rd dau. of levan, living 6 Henry
HI., son of Einion ap Griffith, of Cos-y-Gedol, co. Merioneth.
By this lady Iorwerth Vychan had issue, i. Griffith ap
Iorwerth, his heir; ii. Hwfa ap Iorwerth, of Hafod-y-Wern ;
II. Iorwerth Vychan ap Iorwerth, ancestor of the Jeffreys of
Acton. The eldest son,

Griffith ap Iorwerth, of Llwynon, m. Margaret, dau. of
Rhys Vychan, son (by Ellen, dau. of Madoc ap Meredith,
last Prince of Powys) of Rhys Michell, who d. temp. Henry
III., son of Rhys Grig, son of Rhys ap TewdvvT Mawr, King of
South Wales. By this lady Griffith had issue. Griffith ap
Iorwerth was s. by his eldest son,

Iorwerth ap Griffith, of Llwynon, to. Anne, dau. of Owain,
son of Bleddyn, Lord of Dinmael, in Powys, son of Owain

Erogyntyn, Lord of Edeirnion, Diumacl, and Abpitanat, in
Powis, son of Madoc ap Meredith, last Prince of Powys, and
had issue, i. Llewelyn ; ii. Griffith ; iii. Madoc. The eldest

Llewelyn ap Iorwerth, of Llwynon, m. Gwenllian, dau.
of Madoc ap Ednyfed Goch, of Bersham, and had issue. The
eldest son,

Howel ap Llewelyn, of Llwynon, m. Margaret, sister of
Edward ap David, who d. 26 Henry VI., 1447, and dau. of
David ap Ednyfed Gam, of Pengwern, derived from Tudor
Trevor, Lord of Hereford. Of this alliance, the elder son,

Edward ap Howel, of Llwynon, was father, by Margaret
his wife, dau. and co-heir of Thomas Wylde, of Bersham, of a

Robert ap Edward, of Llwynon, m. Margaret, dau. (by
Ehzabeth, dau. of Sir Hugh Calveley, Knt. of Ley) of John
Eyton, Ksq. of Ruabon, co. Denbigh. Of this marriage there
was issue, an elder son,

John ap Robert, of Llwynon, who had, by Jane his wife,
dau. of John Aimer, of Aimer, two sons and five daus. John
ap Robert was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, who first assumed the
family patronymic. He to. Margaret, dau. (by Jane, sister
and heir of Edward Hanmer, of Hanmer, co. Flint, Knt.) of
Sir Roger Puleston, Knt. of Emrall, co. Flint, son and heir of
Roger Puleston, Esq. of Emrall, by Janet his wife, dau. and
heir of Thomas Bulkeley, Esq. of Ayton, co. Chester, son and
heir of Sir William Bulkeley, Knt. Of this marriage there
was issue, with a younger son (John Jones, of By dley), an eider

Roger Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, whose wife was Margaret,
sister of John Trevor, Esq. of Trevallyn, co. Denbigh, and
dau. (by Anne, dau. of Randle Broughton, Esq. of Broughton,
Salop) of John Trevor, Esq. of Allington, grandson of Richard
Trevor, Esq., younger son of John Trevor, Esq. of Brynkynalt,
CO. Denbigh, derived from Tudor Trevor, Lord of Hereford,
The only son of this marriage,

John Jones, Esq. of Llwynon (1576), m. Dorothea, dau. (by
Margaret, dau. and co-heir of John Aimer, Esq. of Aimer)
of Edward Puleston, Esq., 2nd son (by Einion, dau. of Richard
Hanmer, Esq. of Hanmer, co. Flint) of Sir Edward Puleston,
Knt. of Emrall, co. Flint. Of thds marriage there was issue,
four sons,

Roger, his heir.

John, from whom descended John Jones, Esq. of PickhiU,
an Officer in the Queen's Royal Regt. and Assistant-Com-
missary to the Forces in Ireland, ni. 6 Sept. 1804, Catherine,
dau. of Nicholas Lynch, Esq. of Bama, co. Galway.

Randall. William.

John Jones was s. by his eldest son,

Roger Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, living 1604. He to. Mar-
garet, dau. of John Jones, Gent, of Bydley, and was s. by his
eldest surviving son,

Randolph Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, m. Mary, dau. of
Thomas Goldsmith, Gent, of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, and had
i.ssue, I. Roger, his successor; ii. Owen; in. Edward; iv.
Thomas; v. Charles; i. Catherine; ii. Dorothy; iii. Alice.
The eldest son,

Roger Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, m. Catherine, dau. of Johri
Griffiths, Esq. of Wyddwyd, in Rhuabon, co. Denbigh, and by
her (who d. 28 Nov. 1679) had issue, i. Roger, who d. young ;
11. John; hi. Wilham ; i. Elizabeth; ii. Mary. The 2nd son
and eventual heir,

John Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, aged 15 a.d. 1G57, was father
of two sons,

John, of whom presently.

Thomas, seated at Plas Hen, co. :Montgomcry, whose son,
John Jones, of Pias HOn, had issue, a son and dau., John
and Mary, m. 1764, John Hughes, Esq. of Pen-y-clawdd,
CO. Denbigh.
The elder son,

John Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, to. Sarah, dau. of Thomas
Jones, Esq., of Churton Hall, co. Chester, and had issue, a son
and a dau., John and Frances, m. John Yale, Esq. of Plis-yn-
Yale, CO. Denbigh. Mr. Jones was s. by his son,

John Jones, Esq. of Llwynon, m. Katherine, dau. of Love
Parry, Esq., M.P., of Penartli and Rhydolion, co. Canarvon,
by Rachael his wife, dau. and co-heir of Vincent Corbet, Esq,
of Ynys-y-maengwyn, co. Merioneth, 6th in descent from
Richard Corbet, Knt. of Moreton Corbet, by Elizabeth his
wife, dau. of Sir Henry Vernon. Through the Corbets, a royal
descent from Edward I. is deduced from the Princess Joan,
dau. of that monarch, and through the Vemons from the
Princess Elizabeth, another dau. of the same King (sec Burke's
Royal Descents). By Katherine his wife, John Jones, oi
Llwynon, had issue.





John, TO. Penelope Stead, cj:. «. p.
Thomas Pakby, contiuucr of the line.
Love Parry, Lieut.-Col. 2nd Foot. By Kicarda his wife,
sister of Sir Charles Wetherell, Knt., Attoiney-General,
and dau. of Dr. Wetherell, Dean of Hereford, Col. Parry
Jones had an only child, Fanny Eiuharda, m. William
Farrer, Esq. of Brayfield House, Bucks.
Rachel Corbet Parry, b. 1778; d. 16 Dec. 1830.
The 2nd, and eventually eldest son,

Thomas Pakby Joves, Esq. of Lhvyn Onn, to. 9 Feb. 1780,
his cousin, Margaret, dau. and co heir (with her sister, the wife
of Col. Wardle, M.P.) of Love Parky, of Penarth, Ehydolion,
Wemfawr, and Madryn, by Sidney his wife, dau. and co-heir
of the Kev. Robert Lewis, Chancellor of Bangor, lineally de-
rived, through the Bulkeleys and Talbots, from King Edward
I. On marrying the heir of Madryn, Mr. Jones assumed the
•additional .surname of Parky. By Margaret his wife, who was
■b. 1783, and d. 7 Feb. 1S30, he had i^sue,

I. Love Parry, his heir.

II. Thomas Parky, of whom presently.

III. John Parry, M.A., Rector of Edern, co. CarnaiTon, m.
Margaret, dau. of William Maclver, Esq., and d. 6 March,
1865, having had issue,

1 William Corbet Yale, Esq. of P14s-yn-Yale [see Yale).

2 John. 3 Thomas. 4 Ivor Edward, d. 18oti.

1 Margaret Ann, d. 25 Aug. 1843.

2 Eliza. 3 Martha. 4 Mary Gertrude.

tv. William Parry, the late Liect.-Col. William Parry
Yale, of Pias-yn-Yale, m. Eliza Flora, dau. of John San-
derson, Esq., and d. s. p. 1867.

V. Edward, b. 9 Dec. 1797 ; d. Sept. 1816.

I. Sidney Parry, to. 12 July, 1806, Robert Browne Macgregor,
Esq., Lieut.-Col. 88th Regt., d. 1855, having had issue,

1 Joseph Alexander James (deceased).

2 Robert Henry, Lieut.-Col. 65th Regt., m. Margaret, dau.
of Captain Walmesley, and had issue.

1 Ellinor Elizabeth,

2 Sidney.

3 Margaret Jane Frances, m. 1809, Samuel Day Goss,
M.D., F.R.C.S., of London.

n. Ellen Eliza, m. Major-Gen. Clapham, of Widcombe
Thorpe, Someraet (both deceased).
■Mr. Jones Parry was s. by his eldest son,

LrEUT.-GEN. Sir Love Parry Jones-Parry, K.H., of Madryn,
Penarth, Wernfawr, Rhydolion, &c., 6. 1781, High Sheriff of
Anglesey, 1840, twice M.P. for Horsham, Sussex, and subse-
quently for CO. Carnarvon. lie m. 1st, 1806, Sophia, only dau.
■of Robert Stevenson, Esq. of Binfield, Berks, and by her had
three daus.,

Eliza Maria, to. Tntton Knyfton, Esq. of Uphill Lodge,
Somerset, and d. s. p. 1838.
Ellen Georgina, m. 1856, thu Rev. G. E. Tate, Rector of

Widdicomb, Bath.
Mary Gertrude, m. Archdeacon W. Crawley, M.A., Rector of
Bryngwyn, co. Monmouth, and d. 1854.
He m. 2ndly, 15 Dec. 1826, Elizabeth,* only dau. of Thomas
"Caldecott, Esq. of Holton, co. Lincoln, and niece of the late
Lord Feversham, and by her (who d. 2 May, 1883) had two
sons and a dau.,

Thomas Love Dhncombe, of Madryn, head of the family,
created a Baronet in 1886 (see Bdbke's Peerage and Baronet-
age), d. s. p. 1891.
Henry Powell Slingsby, b. 1835 ; d. 1849.
Sarah Elizabeth Margaret, m. 1853, Abram Jones Williams,
Esq. of Gelliwig Hall, co. Carnarvon.

Sir Love Jones-Parry d. 25 Feb. 1853.

^amib cf |oncs-|.lii:rrn of Jlfenix 0un:.

Ecverting to

Thomas Pakky Jones-Parky, Esq. of Llwyn Onn, co. Den-
bigh, and Aberdunant, co. Carnarvon, J. P. and D.L., Capt.
R.N., 2nd son of Thomas Parry JoncsParry, Esq. of Llwyn
Onn, by Margaret his wife, dau. and co-heir of Love Parry,
Esq. of Penarth and Madryn, b. 14 April, 1784; to, 19 April,
1811, Margaret Hooper, only child of the late Robert Lloyd,
JCsq. of Tregayan, co. Anglesey, a Vice-Admiral of the White,
J. P. and D.L., and by her (who d. 16 Nov. 1858) had issue,
I. Robert Lloyd, M.A., .J.P. and D.L., Barrister-at-Law, of
Aberdunant, co. Carnarvon, 0. 15 July, 1816; to. Mary
Isabella, only dau. of Edwin Owen Snow, Esq., and d. 1870,
leaving issue,
1 Thomas Edward John, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, co.
Asglesey, 6. 29 July, 1856, who assumed 1871, the name
of Lloyd, in lieu of his patronymic, on inheriting the
property of his great-grandfather, Vice-Admiral Robert
Lloyd, of Tregayan, co. Anglesey ; to. 1379, Rosamond

* This lady is descended through the Percys, the Slingsbys,
and Duncombes, from Edwabd III.

Anna, dau. of Sir Frederick V/illiam Hoygate, Bart, of
Hellarena, co. Londonderry (see Bdkke's teerwjei, and liaa

I. Robert Love, 6. 1881.

II. Roger Edward John, 6. 1882.

III. Frederick Jasper, b. 1885.

I. Sydney Frances Mary, 6. 1888.

1 Margaret Isabella, d. 16 June, 1853.

2 Mary Evelyn Maitland, m. 1880, Edward Nassati Senior,

3 Mabel Frederica Frances Baynes, m. 1876, Ralph John
Aspinall, Esq. of Standen HaU, and Mytton, co. Lan-
caster (see thatfamiiy).

II. Thomas Parry, now of Llwyn Onn.

III. Sydney Kerry, late Capt. 84th Regt., J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff CO. Cardigan. 1871, 6. 28 April, 1830; m.
Dorothea Anne, only child of the late Charles Arthur
Prichard, Esq., J.P. and D.L., Tyllwydd, co. Cardigan, by
his wile, the dau. of the late John Vaughan, Esq. of Brynog,
CO. Cardigan, J.P. and D.L., and has issue,

1 Charles Arthur, 6. 1861; to. 1891, Agnes M., dau. of O.
Stanton, Esq. of St. Petersburg, Florida.

2 Sydney Herbert, R.N.

1 Dorothea Lucy. 2 Maria Louisa, d. 1868,

3 Beatrice Kllen, to. Henry James Theodore VVood, Esq.,
M.A., Barrister-at-Law.

4 Blanche Katherine Rheingar.

I. Margaret Elizabeth, to. John Taubman William James,
Esq. of Pantsaison, co. Pembroke, J.P. and D.L. (who d.
March, 1886), and d. 1881 (see that family).

II. Mary Anne, m. Charles Arthur Pritchard, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., Tyllwydd, co. Cardigan (who d. 1862), and d. 1890.

III. Charlotte Ellen, m. Rev. Mark Wilks William James,
M.A., whorf. 1873.

IV. Harriet Georgiana.

V. Sophia Henrietta, to. Lieut.-Col. Henry Warter Meredith,
J.P., only son of the late Henry Warter Meredith, Esq.,
J.P. of Pentre Bychan Hall, co. Denbigh (see Wiaf/amjiy),
and has issue, Henry, d. 1877; and Alice.

VI. Louisa Maria, m. James Roddam Tate, Esq., who d. 1883.

Capt. Jones-Parry served the Office of High Sheriff of co. Car-
narvon, 1836, s. to Llwyn Onn on the decease of his father,
18 Jan. 1835, and d. 26 May, 1845, when (under the limitations
contained in the will of Thomas Parry Jones-Parry, Esq. of
Llwyn Onn and Madryn) he was s. by his 2nd son, the present

J^nmilg of ^arrjT.

The family of Parry, whose estates were enjoyed and whose
name was borne by the representative in the female line.
Sir Thomas Love Ddncombe Jones Parky, Bart., derive from
Geoffrey Parry, Esq. of Rhydolion, co. Canarvon, a cadet
of the ancient family of Parry of Poston Court, co. Hereford,
Col. of Horse under Oliver Cromwell, descended from
Moreiddig o'r Dyffryn Aur. Geoffrey Parry to. Margaret, dau.
and heir of Hugh Hughes, of Cefn Llanfair (descended from
Llowarch Howlbwreh), by Ellen his wife dau. and sole heii
of John Wynn, Esq. of Wernfawr, by Margaret his wife,
dau. and co-heir of Thomas Madryn. By her he was father of

Love Parry, Esq. of Wernfawr, High Sheriff co. Carnarvon,
1685, whose wife was Ellen, dau. and heir of Hugh Winn, Esq,
of Penarth. Their son,

toYE Parry, Esq. of Rhydolion, Wernfawr, Cefn Llanfair,
and Penarth, High Sheriff 1722, to. Rachel, dau. of Yincenc
Corbet, Esq. of Ynysymaengwyn, and had issue,

Love, his heir.

John, Attorney-General of North Wales, Benche

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