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rname and
arms of Pateshall only, in compliance with the will of his
uncle, John Pateshall, Esq. He to. Ann, dau. and heir of
William Burnam, Esq. of Westington Court, co. Hereford, by
whom (who d. 1820) he left issue at his decease, 1790,

Edmund, of Allensmore.

William, of Hereford, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Michael
Cheese, Esq., and left by her (who d. 14 March, 1879) a

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dau. Anne Elizabeth, who m. 1842, the lat-e Evan

Pateshall, Esq. of AUensmorc Court (ice Thomas of if'el-

. John Scudamore Lechmere, to. Mary, dan. of Ecv. Mr.

Williams, of Shobdon, co. Hereford, by whom he left an

only Bur\'iving child, Mary, m. Thomas Kidley, M.D.
Nicholas Lechmere, Hear Admiral R.N., d. 18.'i4.
Edwyn Sandys, Capt. in the H.E.I.C.S., d. at Ceylon,

Thomas Allen, d. 1846.
Walter (Rev.), M.A., d. unm. 1820.
Ann, 7/1. Kcv. John Jones, M A., of co. Hereford, and had

an only child, Anne Elizabeth, m. 1839, Rev. William Jones

Thomas, M.A. (sit Thomas of WtUitld).
Martha, in. Thomas Williams, Esq., and has issue.

The eldest son,

Edmund Bdrnam Pateshall, Esq. of Allensmore Court,
fc. 3 Dec. 1778: m. 12 March, 1804, Milborouffh, eldest dau.
and co-heir of Eev. James Ingram, of Burford, Salop, of the
ancient Montgomeryshire family of that name. Mr. Pateshall
assumed, by royal sign-manual, upon the demise of his mother,
1820, the additional surname and arms of Bdrnam. Med.s.p.
June, 1848, and Allensmore became the property for life of his
widow, Mrs. Burnam Pateshall, who d. 15 May, 1868. The
estates devolved eventually on Mr. Evan Pateshall and Anne
Elizabeth his wife, at the death of Ecar-Admiral Nicholas
Lechmere Pateshall, ut supra.

Armg — Az., on a chevron between three hearts arg., as
many escallops gu. Crest— Out of a ducal coronet a pelican
arg., >Tilning itself ppr.

Seat— Allensmore Court, co. Hereford.


Paton, William Roger, Esq. of Grandhome,
CO. Aberdeen, J.P. and D.L., h. 9 Feb. 1857 ; s. 1879 ;
m. 1885, Irene, dau. of Emmanuel Oljmpitis, of
Caljmnos, Turkey, and has issue,

I. George, 6. 1886.

II. John David, 6. 1890.
I. Thetis, b. 1887.

Liineage. — This name of Paton is written in old deeds
Patton, and the family which is from the South, is of con-
siderable antiquity.

George Paton, Esq. of Grandhome (son and heir, by
Margaret Garden, of Troup, his wife, of John Paton, Esq.
of Grandhome, d. 1715, aged 28, and grandson of George
Paton, Esq. of Grandhome, who d. 1692, aged 44, and Isabella
Christie his wife), m. Barbara Mackenzie, of Ardross, and d.
1749, having had, ■«rith two daus., Helen and Margaret, a son
and heir,

John Paton, Esq. of Ferrachie and Grandhome, m. Mary,
dau. of William Lance, Esq., and wa-s father of

William Paton, Esq. of Grandhome, H.E.I.C.S., m. 1809,
Louisa, dau. of Spearman Bird, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., and by her,
who ni. 2ndly, Isaac Nind, Esq., had issue,

John, of whom presently.

AVilliam, 6. 1S20 ; d. 18J4.

Louisa, m. 1835, John Henry Lance, Esq., Banister-at-Law,
and d. 1837, leaving one dau.

Mary, d. young, 1818.

ile was s. by his son,

John Paton, Esq. of Grandhome, J.P. and D.L., late 91st
Highlanders, Major Royal Aberdeenshire Militia, 6. 19 Feb.
1818; m. 1st, 11 June, 1844, Elizabeth Deborah, dau. of
Thomas Buniett, Esq., and by her (who d. 24 Feb. 1860) had

I. William Roger, now of Grandhome.

I. Mary Loui.~;a, m. 23 April, 1868, Hon. Charles Home Sin-
clair, brother to the 16th Earl of Caithness, and has issue,
Eupheniia, Helen, and Mary Esni6.

II. Ida Margaret Helen, m. 1879, Richard Davis Garde, Esq.
of Biana, Eccleshall, Stafford, J.P., and has issue, a sou,
John Paton Davis, and a dau.

III. ,Sarah Matilda, ni. \B>i\, Kildare Christopher Robinson,
Esq., and d. lH-il, leaving issue, one dau.

IV. Elizabeth Bertha, d. 18C1.

He m. 2ndly, 1862, Katharine Margaret, dau. of Col. Lumsden,
C.B., of Belhelvie, and d. 1879.

Arma — .\z., three crescents arg. Crest — A sparrow-hawk,
with wings expanded. jV7o(;o— Audacia et virtute adepta.
oea(— Grandhome, near Aberdeen, N.B.


jPateick, William Ralston, Esq. of Trearne
and Hessilhead, co. Ayr, J.P., and late Capt.

Ayrshire Yeomanry, h. 1838 ; s. his brother 1866;
m. 1868, Jemima, eldest dau. of James Alison, Esq.
of Stranraer, N.B., and has issue,

Robert Ralston, 6. 1876.
Isabel Ralston.

liineagre.— John Patrick (son of William Patrick, -who
obtained a grant of the lands of Overmains, near Kilwinning,
from the monastery) acquired by charter, 1605, the estate
of Byres, Ayrshire, and, subsequently part of the lands of
Dalgarven. He d. 1638, leaving five sons, of whom the eldest.
Hew Patrick, of Overmains, m. Janet, dau. of John Craufurd,
and was father of

Robert Patrick, who acquired from Hugh, Earl of Eglinton,
Waterside, co. Ayr, by grant confirmed by a charter from the
Crown, dated 31 Aug. 1663. He m. and had three sons.

Hew and Robert, successive heirs.

John, who acquired the lands of Drumbuie, which lie adja-
cent to Waterside, in the lordship of Giffen, d. in 1710, and
was s. by his eldest son, Robert Patrick, of Drumbuie, who
d. unm. in 1730, and was s. by his brother, Hugh Patrick,
of Drumbuie, who m. and had three sons. John, his heir ;
Hugh, who d. s. p. ; and James, who m. Anne, dau. of
William Shedden, Esq., and rf. in 1795, leaving two sons,
Robert, who d. s.p. in 1809, and William, a Merchant in
Virginia, whose dau. Margaret, m. William Dandviiige
Henley, Esq. The eldest son and heir of Hugh, John,
Drumbuie, m. in 1758, Janet, dau. of Robert Patrick, Esq.
of Waterside, and left an only son,

Robert Patrick, Esq. of Drumbuie, who m. Janet, dati. of
James Maxwell, of Braidieland, and d. in 1792, leaving
three sons and three daus.,

Robert, of Drumbuie, who d. s. p. in 1802.

James, of Drumbuie, a Captain in the army, who m.

Margaret, dau. of John King, of Paisley, Merchant, and

had a son, Robert, and two daus.
William, a Merchant in Calcutta.
Catherine. Janet, m. to Frances Orr.

Jane, m. to Nathaniel Gibson, Esq. of Paisley.

Robert Patrick d. 1676, and was s. by his eldest son.
Hew Patrick, Esq. of Waterside, d. s. p. 1682, and was s.

by his brother,

Robert Patrick, Esq. of Waterside, m. Janet, dau. of

Thomas Shedden, Esq. of Windyhouse, and had three sons,

Robert, his heir, m. Barbara, dau. and heir of John Conn,
Esq., and by her left at his decease, v. p., 1736, a son and
a dau., John, and Janet, jii. her cousin, John Patrick, Esq.
of Drumbuie.

John, who acquired the lands of Borestone, in Beith parish,
Ayrshire, but d. s. p.

Hew, who also d. s. p.

Robert Patrick, was s. at his decease by his grandson,

John Patrick, Esq. of Trearne, co. Ayr, m. 1762, Marion,
dau. of John Shedden, Esq. of Roughwood, by Jean his wife,
dau. of William Ralston, Esq. of that ilk, and had issue,
Robert, his heir ; John, Merchant in New York, deceased ;
William, of Roughwood ; Jean, d. unm. ; and Elizabeth, d.
unm. Mr. Patrick d. 1795, and was s. by his son,

Robert Patrick, Esq. of Trearne and Hessilhead, J.P. and'
D.L., Inspector of Hospitals, m. 1805, Harriet, 2nd dau of the
late Gen. Wm. Gardiner (brother of Luke, Lord Mountjoy) by
Harriet his wife, dau. of Sir Richard Wrottesley, Bart., and had
issue, John Shldden, his heir, and William Charles Richard
(see Patrick of Woodside). Dr. Patrick d. 1838, and wass. ly
his son,

John Shedden Patrick, Esq. of Trearne and Hessilhead,
F.R.S.E., m. 1836, Robina Jane, youngest dau. of Robert Lee,
Merchant of Greenock, by Jane his wife, 3rd dau. of Robert
Hunter, Esq. of Hafton, co. Argyll, and d. 10 Oct. 1844, in the
38th year of his age, leaving issue,

Robert Shedden, of Trearne, 6. 27 Aug. 1837 ; d. vatm^

William Ralston, now of Trearne.
John Gavin Fullarton, of Grangehill, Beith, co. Ayr, J.P.,.

b. 11 April, 1840; s. his grand-uncle, William Patiick,

Esq., W.S., at Giangehill, 18ti4; m. 15 Feb. 1870, Jane, Srd

dau. of the late George Prentice, Esq. of Strathore, co.

Henry Gardiner, of Giffen, near Dairy, co. Ayr, J.P., b.

1812; m. 1867, Annie Forbes, 4th dau. of the late Patrick

Warner, Esq. of Ardecr, co. Ayr.
Jane Lee.

Arms — Arg., a saltire sa. between a cinquefoil in chief and
a crescent in base gu., and on either side an eagle's head
erased az., on a chief of the second three roses of the field.
CV«J— A dexter hand ppr. holding a saltire sa. MoUo—OlUk et

iea(— Trearne, near Beith.






Cochran-Pateick, Eobeet William, Esq. of
Woodside and Ladyland, co. Ayr, J.P. for cos.
Ayr and Eenfrew, D.L. for co. Ayr, M.P. Nortli
Ayrshire (1880-5), LL.D., Under Secretary for
Scotland 1887-92, b. 5 Feb. 1842 ; m. 31 Oct. 1866,
Eleanora, younger dau. of Robert Hunter, Esq.
■of Hunter, co. Ayr, and by her (who d. 1884) has

William Aethub, 6. 1869 ; d. at Cambridge, 1891.

Eleanora Agnes.

Iiineagre. — This is a younger branch of the family of
Pateick of Treame.

William Chables Eichaed Cochean-Pateick, 2nd son of
Eobeet Pateick, of Treame andHessilhead (who d. 1838), In-
spector-General of Army Hospitals, by Harriet, 2nd dau. of the
late Gen. Gardiner, and niece of Luke, Lord Mountjoy, m.
1841, Agnes (who d. 1881), eldestdau. of the late William Coch-
ran, of Ladyland and Belltrees, by Catherine, eldest dau. of
William Hamilton, of Craiglaw, co. Wigton. In terms of the
entail of the property of Ladyland, Mr. Patrick assumed the
name and arms of Cochban in addition to his own. lie d. Nov.
1858, having had issue,

EoBEET William, row of Woodside and Ladyland.

Catherine Hamilton. Harriet Gardiner.

Sea^s— Woodside, Beith, co. Ayr ; and Ladyland, Kilbirnie,
CO. Ayr.


Patrick, John, Esq. of Dunminning, co. Antrim,
J.P., b. 28 March, 1844 ; m. 6 Not. 1869, Augusta
Mary, ^lau. of John Davison, Esq. of Eacevievv,
iBroughshane, co. Antrim, and has issue,

I. John-, b. 31 Oct. 1871.

II. James Alexander, 6. 21 June, 1876.

III. Norman Colum, b. 13 Aug. 1878.

IV. Malcolm William, 6. 15 Aug. 1882.

I. Augusta Mary Grace, b. 19 Sept. 1370 ; d. 23 Jan. 1871.
ji. Gerti-ude Emily, 6. 5 March, 1874.
III. Grace Kathleen, b. 1 July, 18S0.

Lineage. — This family is of Scotch extraction, and
descends from a younger branch of the Ayrshire Patricks,
which joined the expedition to the North of Ireland (under
Hugh Montgomery, of Braidstane, in 1606), where they subse-
qucnily settled.

JonN Patrick, m. 1770, Elizabeth Boyle, and d. 1773, leaving
a son,

John Pateick, Esq., M.D., m. 10 Oct. 1795, Anne McKean,
by whom (who d. 9 Oct. 1859) he had issue,

John, of whom presently.

James Banielt, d. 13 Dec. 1878.

Isabella, m. 1813, John A. Brown, Esq. of Philadelphia, and
d. 1819, leaving issue.

Anne, d. 20 Aug. 1860. Eliza, d. 12 Dec. 1880.

Mr. Patrick d. 23 .Sept. 1858, and was s. by his son,

John Pateick, Esq. of Dunminning, J. P., b. 28 June, 1802;
(71. 28 Jan. 1835, Grace, 4th dau. of William Gihon, Esq. of
Billhead, co. Antrim, and by her (who d. 1 June, 1891) had

I. John, now of Gledheather (Dunminning).

I. Rose, d. 16 Nov. 1861.

J I. Isabella. iii. Margaret.

IV. .\nne, i». 1 March, 1871, Eichard Davison, Esq., late of
Knockboy, now of Ballymena, and has issue, William Henry,
b. 27 Feb. 1872.

Mr. Patrick d. 23 March, 1879.

Arms — Arg., a saltire engr. sa., between in chief a thistle
and in base a trefoil slipped, both ppr., on a chief of the
second three roses of the first. Crest — A dexter hand erect
ppr., charged with a saltire sa., grasping a dagger also erect
ppr. Motto— Ora, et labora.

Seat — Gledheather (Dunminning), Glarryford, co. Antrim.

CJkAs— SackviUe St., Dublin ; and Ulster, Belfast.

March, 1822 ; m. 9 Aug. 1854, Eliza Matilda, only
child of the late Rev. James Boys, Rector of
Biddenden, Kent, and late Chaplain H.E.I.C.'s
Madras Establishment, and by her (who d. 19 Jan.
1892) has had issue,

I. William Bots, J.P. for Kent, 6. 31 May, 1855.

II. Arthur Henry {Club — Naval and Military), Capt. (tho
Buffs) East Kent Regt., 6. :^0 Sept. 1856 served in the
African war, 1879, and Zulu Campaign (medal with clasp),
and was present at the battle of Ginginhlovo; m. 1 Feb.
1893, Alice Maud Mary, elder dau. of the late Cyrus
Andrews, Esq. of Alverton Grange, Notts. In 1892, on
the death of his mother (who had a life interest therein)
he s. under the will of the late Bernard Dagnall, Esq. of
Cowley, CO. Middlesex, to landed property in the parishes
of Cowley, Hillingdon, Ichenham, Iver, and Uxbridge.

III. Ernest Cooke, b. 1 Dec. 1858 ; d. 8 April, 1859.

IV. James Fitzherbert, b. 7 Feb. 1860.

V. Walter Twisden, b. 28 Nov. 1861 ; d. 28 Dec. 1861.

VI. Ernest Hugh, 6. 12 Nov. 18G3; d. 17 June, 1875.

VII. Edwin Cooke, Lieut. R.E., 6. 10 Dec. 1871.
I. Alice Eebecca.

Lilieag°e. — For early pedigree, see Ttlden of Milsted.

Rev. Eichaed Cooke Tylden, M.A., Rector of Milsted and
Frinsted, 3rd son of Rev. Eichard Osborne Tylden, of Milsted,
by Deborah his wife, dau. and heir of Daniel May, Esq., m.
1789, Sarah, 2nd dau. of Thomas Thurston, Esq. of Willes-
borough, and assumed by sign-manual in 1799 the surname
and arms of Pattenson, in compliance with the will of his
wife's kinsman, William Pattenson, Esq. of Iborndcn, who
d. unm. 1799, only son and heir of William Pattenson, Esq.
of Ibornden, by Frances his wife, dau. of John Beale, Esq. of
Bredgar, whose elder dau., Elizabeth, m. Mathew Thurston,
and was mother of Thomas Thurston, Esq. of Willesborough,
father of Mrs. Tylden. By Sarah his wife, Mr. Tylden-Patten-
son had issue,

Cooke, of Ibornden, his heir.

William Thurston, Rector of Frinsted and Milsted, d. umn,

Frederick Osborne, d. young, 1811.
Eliza, d. 1855.
Mary, to. Rev. Charles Chisholm, Rector o? Southchnrch,

Essex; she d. 24 Feb. 1875.
Frances, m. John Milner, Esq. of Preston Hall, Aylesford,

near Maidstone, who d. one month after succeeding his

elder brother in that estate ; his wife d. Nov. 1866.

Mr. Tylden-Pattenson d. 1819, and was s. by his son,

CooKE Ttlden-Pattenson, Esq. of Ibornden, Kent, J.P.
and D.L., Lieut.-Col. in the army, 6. 6 Oct. 1790; to. 1st, 12
June, 1821, Anne Eebecca, eldestdau. of Thomas Law Hodges,
Esq., M.P., of Hemsted, Kent, and by her (who d. 11 Feb.
1830) had issue,

William Hodges, now of Ibornden.

John Cooke, M.A., late Rector of St. Anne's, Sutton
Bonnington, and late Perpetual Curate of Kingston-on-Soar,
Notts, b. 25 April, 1823.
Henry Thomas, Lieut. Bengal H.A., b. 13 May, 1824; served
during the Sutlej campaign, and was engaged in the
battles of Aliwal and Sobraon ; d. at Lodiana, 13 March,
Julia Anne, d. 20 June, 1859.

Caroline Mary, to. 3 June, 1858, James Milne Walker, Esq.

of West Hill, Copdock, Suffolk, Major Suffolk Militia

Artillery, who d. Vi March, 1890, having had issue, John

Charies, 6. 11 Dec. 1861, d. 22 May, 1883; Margueretto

Mary Katherine ; Caroline Juha Anne Charlotte ; Isabel

Mary Greenwood.

Lieut.-Col. Pattenson m. 2ndly, 1 Sept. 1840, Emily, 4th dau.

of Osborne Tylden, Esq. of Torre Hill, Kent, which lady d.

27 Dec. 1870. He served in the 43rd Light Infantry and Eifle

Brigade throughout the Peninsular campaign, and c2. 23 Jan.


.^rms— Arg., on a fesse sa. a bugle-horn stringed of the
field, between two ficuis-de-lis or, quartering Tylden. Crest
—A camel's head erased sa. bezantee. Motto — Finem

Heat — Ibornden and Dashmonden, Biddenden, Staplehurst,


Ttldkn-Pattenson, William Hodges, Esq. of
Ibornden, Eent, J.P., D.L., late Capt. Unattached,
served in the 25th King's Own Borderers, b. 12


Patteson, HenktStanifoeth, Esq. of Cringle-
ford, CO. Norfolk, J.P. and D.L., b. 25 Nov. 1816 ;
VI. 4 June, 1850, Isabella Katherine, eldest dau. of
Rev. John Anthony Partridge, Rector of Bacons-
thorpe, CO. Norfolk, and Rural Dean, and has





I. Henet Tyrwhitt Staniforth, of The Lodge, Postwick,
Norwich, Major and Hon. Licut.-Col. 4th Vol. Batt.
Norfolk Regt., b. 19 April, 1S51 ; m. 15Aug. 1883, Annie
Kosa, eldest dau. of Edward John Chambers, Esq., late
50th Kegt., and has issue,

1 John Possie, b. 16 Feb. 1889.

1 Joan Evelyn.

2 Ardyn Marion.

I. Katherine Isabella, m. Ernest Balfour Trotter, Esq., and
has issue, five sons and one dau.

n. Marion Frances. ni. Margaret Louisa.

Mr. Patteson was Sheriff of ISTorwicli 1858, Mayor
1862, and -was a Major 1st Norfolk Eifle Volun-

Lineage. — HEN-RTSpARKEPATTEsoN,Esq. of Birmingham,
the son of John Patteson, of Birmingham, and Anne Sparke
his wife, in. Milicent Coleborne, of Norwich, and had issue, a

Henry Sparke Patteson, Esq. of Norwich, 6. 7 Dec. 1684,
Sheriff of Norwich 1739, m. 16 Oct. 1721, Catherine Wace (b.
6 Sept. 1690, d. 1 Sept. 1770), and d. 27 Sept. 1765, leaving a

Henry Sparke Patteson, Esq. of Norwich, b. 2 July, 1725,
m. 4 Oct. 1748, Martha Fromantecl (6. 8 March, 1723, d. 24
March, 1794), and d. 21 May, 1764, leaving a son,

John Patteson, Esq. of Nonvich, Col. of the Korwich
Volunteers, Mayor 1788, High Sheriff ns.'i, and M.P. for
Norwich 1807, 6. 19 Nov. 1755; m. Elizabeth Staniforth (6. 11
May, 1760, d. 5 March, 1838), and had a son,

John Stanlforth Patteson, Esq. of Norwich, Col. of East
Norfolk Militia, Sheriff of Nonvich 1811 and Mayor 1823, b.
29 Oct. 1782; m. 5 Sept. 1808, Anne Elizabeth Tasker (6. 25
Nov. 1789), and d. 30 Aug. 1832, having by her, who d. 3 Dec.
1873, had issue,

I. John (Rev.), Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral and
Hector of Thorpe St. Andrew, m. Elizabeth, dau. of —
Hoare, Esq.

II. Henry Staniforth, of Cringleford.
I. Elizabeth, d. unm. 1871.

n. Marianne, m. Rev. W. Cooper Johnson, M.A.
jScai— Cringleford, Norwich.


Patton-Bethune, General Walter Douglas
Phillipi'S, of Bishop's Hall House, co. Somerset,
Col. Highland Light Infantry, Knt. of the Med-
jidie, and formerly Brigadier- Gen. in Burmah, b. 1
July, 1821 ; s. his father 1876 ; m. 23 April, 1855,
Julia, only dau. of Sir Howard Elphinstone, Bart.,
and has had issue,

I. Walter Denman Elphinstone, 5. 19 April, 1859; d. 2 June,

n. Herbert Bethdne, Capt. 3rd Huss,ars, b. 30 May, 1860.
ni. Douglas Elphinstone Bethune, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Kifle

Brigade, 6. 17 Aug. 1867.
I. Julia Elphinstone, d. 1856.
u. Anne Florence Louisa Mary Bethune.

General Patton assumed the additional surname
and arms of Bethune by royal hcence 30 Aug.

Lineag'e.— Col. Henry Patton, 6th Eoyal Eegt., of
Clatto, CO. Fife, eldest surviving son of Andrew Patton, Esq.
of Springfield, co. Donegal (the grant of which manor lands
to a remote ancestor says they were gained by valour on the
field of battle), m. 1747, Mary, last surviving child and heir of
Henry Bethune, Esq. of Clatto and Nydie, co. Fife, descended
from a younger branch of the very ancient family of Bethune,
of Balfour, co. Fife, of which Cardinal Bethune was a cadet.
The lands of Blebo, &c., were in 1781 left by Henry Bethune,
Esq. of Clatto, to his sister, Mrs. Patton, and the heirs male of
her and her husband, but this bequest was reversed by the
Lords of Council at Edinburgh in 1815. Col. Patton had

James Patton, Esq. of Clatto, co. Fife, and of The Priory,
Lichfield, J. P. and D.L., 6. at sea on board the "Susannah"
transport 17 April, 1753, Major 93rd Highlanders, and Col.
Staffordshire Volunteers ; m. 13 Jan. 1780, Merrial, only child
and heir of Thomas Docksey, Esq. of .Snctsone, co. Derby, J. P.,
niece of the celebrated David Garrick, and had issue, with
seven daus. unm.,

Heni-y, Lieut. IstRoyal.'?, 6. 30Nov. 1780; d. unm., of wounds

in Egypt, 19 June, 1801.
Peter, Capt. R.E., 6. 4 March, 1783 ; d. unm. of wounds at

the siege of Badajoz, 16 July, 1811.
James, Midshipman R.N., b. 1791, drowned wh'lst at sea in

charge of a prize ship, 1810 {unm.).
Thomas, late of Bishop's Hall.
Richard, d. 1862; m. Hannah, dau. of — CuUen, Esq.. ancl

had a son, who d. young.
John, R.N., 6. 24 Nov. 1793; d. I860.
Maria Elizabeth, deceased.
Mary, m. Lieut.-Col. Elliott, and is deceased.
Susan, deceased.

Merrial, to. — Dodson, Esq., J.P. of Sussex, and had issue.
Emma, m. the Rev. Richard Winsloe.
Charlotte, m. the late Sir William Palmer, Bart.

Col. Patton d. 1812, and was s. by his 5th, but eldest surviving

Thomas Patton, of Bishop's Hall and Stoke Court,
Somerset, Coram. R.N., b. 5 Nov. 1792; m. 1 July, 1819,
Matilda, only dau. of Rev. Richard Winsloe, Rector of Ruishton,
Somerset, and Forberry, Cornwall (by Catherine his wife,
sister of the late John Walter, Esq., M.P., of Bearwood, Berks),
and had issue,

I. Walter Douglas Phillipps, now of Clayton Priory.

II. Herbert Winslow, Capt. R.A., 6. 21 May, 1823; m. Mary,
dau. of Charles Giffurd, Esq., niece of the late Lord Gifford,
and d. s. p.

III. Henry Bethune, of Stoke Court, J.P., Col. Commanding-
Severn Volunteer Brigade, late Capt. 27th Inniskillings, 6.
14 F^eb. 1835 ; m. 1st, 4 April, 1860, Clara (d. 1863),
youngest dau. of William Fripp, Esq., of The Grove,
Teignmouth, J.P. and D.L., and had issue,

Henry Bethune, d. 30 Oct. 1861.

Clara Fripp Agnes Bethune, m. 15 Sept. 1884, Capt. E. L.
Payne, U.S.U. (see Selwyn-Payne).
He m. 2ndly, in 1875, Georgiana Emma Minet, dau. of
ChRrles William Minet, Esq., J. P., of Baldwyns and Caple.
Kent, and Castle Hill, Dorset, and has issue,

Bethune Minet, 6. 1876.

IV. Lionel Thomas, Capt. 2nd Somerset Militia ; 6.20 June,,
1839; m. Oct. 1860, Annette, dau. of — Isaac, Esq., andi
has i.ssue, Thomas Lionel, b. 17 July, 1862; Ernest Lionel
Winsloe, b. 14 Dec. 1865 ; and Florence Annette, deceased.

V. Aubrey de Lisle, late Capt. 14th Eegt., b. 27 July, 1841 ;
TO. 20 April, 1863, Agnes, dau. of William Corbett, Esq.,
and has issue, Aubrey, b. 13 F"eb. 1864.

I. Emma Matilda, m. Lieut.-Col. Rawlins, Madras army,
of Gunter's Grove, Somerset, J. P., and has issue, a son and
a dau.

II. Clara Agnes.

III. Matilda Winsloe, to. Cranstoun Adams, Esq., son of
the late Gen. Sir George P. Adams, K.C.B., and has issue,
two sons and one dau.

IV. Isabella, m. Theobald Walsh, Erq.. J. P.. eldcFt som
of the late Rev. T. Walsh, of Grimblethorp Hall, co.

Capt. Patton acted as Aide-de-Camp to Capt. Sir Nisbett
Willoughby, K.C.B., in the action between the "Nereide" and
tive French frigates, was severely wounded and detained a
prisoner at the Mauritius. He d. 1876.

^rm«— Quarterly : 1st and 4th quarterly, 1st az,, a fesse
chequy or and gu. between three lozenges of the .second; 2nd and
3rd arg., on a chevron sa., an otter's head erased of the first, for
Bethone, ; 2nd and 3rd az. guttee d'eau, a sword arg., hilted or,
between four crescents saltirewise arg., for Patton. Crests —
1st, Bethone, A demi otter issuant arg., motto over, Debon-
naire; 2nd, Patton, On two swords saltirewise ppr., pommelled
and hilted or, a falcon rising arg., guttle de larmes. Motto —
Virtute adepta.

Seat— Bishop's HaU House, Taunton.


Pattncefote, Bernard, Esq. of Preston Court,
CO. Gloucester, of Her Majesty's Civil Service at
Madras, b. 14 Jan. 1826 ; m. 5 July, 1847, Eliza,
Louisa, dau. of Henry Phillips, Esq., and has-

I. Bernard, 6. 28 June, 1848.

I. Eleanor, b. 25 May, 1853. n. Clara, 6. 27 Nov. 1858.

Lineage.— The family of Pauncefote, whose surname has
been at different periods variou.sly written, is of great antiquity,
Bernard Padncefote being mentioned in Domesday Book a.s
a considerable proprietor at Festerfield, inco. Wilts, and in the
hundred of Sunburne, in co. Hants, and as holding ef the King
in capite.

Richard Pauncefote obtained from Henrt III., in the
33rd year of his reign, a grant of the Manor of Hasfield, co.





: Gloucester, and according to Camden, "built a fair house at
this Hasfield, called Pauncefote Court, and his ancestors were

• possessed of fair lands there in the Conqueror's time." This
estate was transmitted in uninterrupted succession to his pos-
terity until the beginning of the 17th century. Eichard
Pauncefote had issue, hy Isabel his wife,

Sir Grimbald Pauncefote, Knt. m. Sibilla, dau. and heir
of the Lord of the Manor of Crickhowell, co. Brecon. The
early history and pedigree of the family are to be found in
Collections Jlelating to the Family of Pauncefote,

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