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Lambeth Pal.
Lib., M.S. 1221 ; Genealog leal Notices of the Family of Paunce-
fote, by Sir George Pauncefote, Bart. ; also in Rudder's
Gloucestershire, SiiiA Aikyn's Gloucestershire, tit. "Pauncefote
of Preston."

William Pauncefote, Esq. of Carswalls, co. Gloucester, m,.
20 Jan. 1696, Sarah, dau. of Kobert Wylde, Esq. of the Middle
Temple, and d. 1710 (his widow m. Eev. WiUiam Branston)
having had issue,

William, who d. s. p., buried at Preston Court.

Anne, m. — Lilly, Esq., and d. s. p.

Sarah, m. William Bromley, of Abberley Lodge, co. Wor-
cester, and had issue, Henry, Kobert, and Thomas, who
all d. s. p.

Elizabeth, m. William Howe, Esq. of Beckingham, co.
Lincoln (whose mother, Euperta, was the natural dau. of
Prince Rupert), and had issue, an only dau. Mary, who m.
18 Aug. 1747, Sir George Smith, Bart, of East Stoke, co.

Sir George Smith, Bart., was High Sheriff for co. Notting-
ham 1758. Of his two yoimger brothers, John and Abel, the
former was the grandfather of Robert Pauncefote, Esq. of
Preston Court (hereinafter mentioned), and the latter was
great-grandfather of the present Lord Carrington. By his
marriage with Mary Howe, he had issue, a son.

Sir George S.mith, 2nd Bart, of East Stoke, and of Cars-
waUs, who in compliance with the request of his maternal
kinsman, Eobert Bromley, Esq. of Abberley, assumed, by
sign-manual, 7 Feb. 1778, the surname and arms of Bromlet,
and succeeded at the death of that gentleman to the whole
of the estates of the family of Pauncefote ; he obtained
another royal licence, dated 6 April, 180:i, to enable him to
assume the surname and arms of Pauncefote. He afterwards
reassumed the surname of Bromley, which has been retained
by his issue {see Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, Bromlet,
Bart.). Under his will, however, the estate of Preston Court
devolved upon his cousin, Eobert Smith, Esq. of Worcester
Coll. Oxford (a son of Thomas Smith, Esq. of Gealing Hall,
Notts, and Foelalt, co. Cardigan, who was High Sheriff for the
later co. 1807), together with the surname and arms of
Pauncefote, confirmed to him by royal licence dated 13 Dec.
1808. This

Robert Pauncefote, Esq. of Preston Court, in. Emma, dau.
of R. Smith, Esq., and had issue,

I. Robert, b. 3 Feb. 1819 ; d. unm. 14 Nov. 1847.

II. Bernard, present representative.

in. Julian (Sir), G.C.B., G.C.M.G.. H.B.M.'s Ambassador to
the U.S. of America, late Permanent Under-Secretary of
State for Koreign Affairs; 6. 28 Sept. 1828; m. 29 Sept.
1859, Selina Fitzgerald, dau. of the late Major William
Cubitt, of Catfield, Norfolk, and has issue,

1 Maud, b. 1 June, 1862.

2 Violet Sybil, b. 30 Dec. 1872.

3 Lilian, b. 30 June, 1875.

4 Audrey Olivia, b. 21 July, 1876.

I. Clara, m. Aug. 1842, Admiral William Popham, of Stour-
(ield, CO. Hants, eldest son of the late Admiral Sir Home
Popham, and has issue,

1 Bernard Brunswick Home, b. 21 Dec. 1843.

2 Harcourt Francis Pauncefote, R.N., b. 24 Feb. 1815.

II. Matilda Theodora, m. Sept. 1842, Baron von Lachmann-
Falkenau, of Falkenau, in Silesia, and has issue,

1 Robert Waldemar.

1 Marie H616ne, m. Baron F. von Zedlitz, of Kynau, Silesia.

2 Clara, m. Count Bemhard von Schweinitz, of Berghof,

^rms— Gu., three lions rampant arg., two and one. Crest —
A lion rampant ducally crowned ppr., holding in his paws
an escutcheon or, charged with a wolf's head ppr. Motto—
Pensez forte.

£ea£— Preston Court, co. Gloucester.


Rtjssell-Patiee, Heebekt Aethtje, Esq. of
Heaton Moor, co. Lancaster, h. 2 June, 1872.

Lineage.— John Russell, Esq., d. March, 1853, leaving,
by Mary his wife (who d. Sept. 1862), a son.

Addison Kussell, Esq., d. 7 Feb. IS'S; m. 22 Feb. 1844,
Susan, dau. of William Adey, Esq. of Chorley Place, near
Lichfield, by whom (who d, 28 Aug. 1858) he had issue,

I. William Adet, of Hammerwich and Heaton Moor.

I. Harriet, m. 2 Feb. 1870, James Harmar Somerville, Esij,.
of Bloxwich, near Walsall, and d. 22 June, 1873.

II. Elizabeth Addison. in. Mary Jane.

His only son,

William Adet Eussell-Pavier, Esq. of Hammerwich, co.
Stafford, and Newlands, Heaton Moor, co. Lancaster, Major
16th Lancashire R.V., b. 18 March, 1845; to. 7 April, 1870,
Mary Ellen, dau. of Joseph Sale, Esq. of Litchurch Lodge,.
Derby, and granddau. of William Sale, Esq. of Barrow, co^
Derby, assumed in 1874, by royal licence, the name of Pavier^
and d. 1886, leaving issue,

I. Herbert Arthur, now of Heaton Moor.

II. Douglas Sale, 6. 19 March, ls74.

III. Gordon Somerville, b. 18 April, 1885.

I. Gertrude Ellen, b. 3 Feb. 1871.

II. Edith Mary, b. 18 May, 1876.

Arms — 1st and 4th, sa., three fusils in fesse or, between tivo-
flaunches of the last, each charged with a mallet of the tirst, a.
chief chequy of the second and gu., for Pavieb ; 2nd and 3rd,
arg., a fesse dancette6 erm., between three crosses-crosslet.
fitch^e in chief and two in base sa., for Russell. Crests — 1st,.
Pavier, Two arms enibowed ppr., vested above the elbow arg.,
that on the dexter holding a chisel, and that on the sinister a.
mallet, also ppr. ; 2nd, Russell, In front of two palm branches-
saltirewise vert, a fret or, thereon a martlet sa. J/oito— Qaox
fata vocant.

iiesirfcnce— Newlands, Heaton Moor, Stockport.


Pawson, William Haegeave, Esq. of Sha-w—
don, Northumberland, b. 10 Sept. 1878; s. hisi
father, 1892.

Lineag'e.— The Pawsons, a family of antiquity in York-
shire, are tirst mentioned temp. Henry FV., anno 1405.

Richard Pawson, living temp. Henry VIII., by Elizabeth
his wife, had issue, William, m. and had issue ; Christopher;,
Thomas; John, of whom presently; Anthony; Oliver;;,
Eichard; Grace, 7)j. — Teale; and Anne.

John Pawson, Esq. of Leeds, co. York, the 4th son, by his -
will, proved 24 April, 1577, directed his body to be buried iri
the parish church of Leeds. By Ann his wife, he had an only
son and successor,

Christopher Pawson, Esq. of Leeds, d. 1682. He m. Jane,
dau. of Richard Wilkinson, and by her (who d. 1634) hact
issue, Samuel of York, m. Mary, dau. of Elias Micklethwaite,,
Lord Mayor of York ; Henry, of whom presently ; Richard %.
Thomas, ra. and had issue; William, living in Portugal, 1632;
Ellen, ra. Richard Holmes; Elizabeth, m. T. Bacon ; Anne, m. .
John Lawrence, of York ; Priscilla; Jane; Mary; Grace; and".

Henry Pawson, Esq. of Leeds, the 2nd son, 1585,purchasea'i
lands of Henry Neville, Esq. He m. Alice Clarkson, aniS.
d. in 1661, having had issue,

I. Christopher, of Leeds, m. Susan, dau. and co-heir of
Alderman Henry Eoundell, of the same place, and d. V2:
Nov. 1694, leaving issue,

1 Henry, of Leeds, m. Sarah, dau. and co-heir of Eichardi
Beene, of Ledstone, but d. s. p.

2 Samuel, d. at Commendam, in Guinea.

3 Christopher, m. Mary, dau. of WiUiam Sprentall, and left .
an only son and heir,

Henry, of Allerton Gledhow, near Leeds, m. Ann, dau.
of Hugh Sleigh, Esq., and d. 3 Nov. 1733, leaving two-
daus. and co-heirs,
Elizabeth, m. John Preston, Esq., and d. s. p.
Anne, eventually sole heir, m. 1759, William Wilson,.
Esq. of Allerton Gledhow (Jure uxoris), and had aib
only dau. and heir,

Ann Wilson, m. 1784, Thomas Dalton, Esq., who.
assumed in 1817 the surname of Nokcufpe (sec
Norcliffe ofLangton).
1 Elizabeth, to. Eichard Powell, of Leeds.

II. Samuel. iii. Seth, of Leeds, m. and had issue..

IV. Henry, of whom presently.

V. John, of York, d. 1677.

I. Alice. II. Ann, ?/i. Thomas Day.

Henry Pawson, Esq., the 4th son, m. Sarah, dau. of Henry-
Leeds, Esq., and by her left (with two daus., Alice, m. John
Peckett, Esq., Lord Mayor of York, and Sarah, wife of —
Wilberforce, Esq. of co. York) a son and successor,





Elias Pawsox, Esq., Lord Mayor of York in 1704, to. Mary,
dau. of William Dyneley, Esq. of that city, and d. 1715,
leaving issue, inter alios,

Henry, also Lord Mayor of Tork, n>. 23 Aug. 1720, Catlierine,
only dau. of Admiral Robert Fairfax, M.F., of Steeton and
Kewton Kyme. John, of whom presently.

John Pawson, Esq. m. 1732, Maiy, dau. of Nathaniel Har-
grave, Esq. of Shawdon Cantle, Northumberland, and d. 5
Nov. 1747, leavinjr, with othei issue, an elder son,

John Pawson, Esq. Capt. in the Northumberland Militia, m.
1770, Elizabeth, only child of R. Foggin, Esq., by whom he
had issue,

Geobge. liis heir. John, d. s. p. 1816.

William, .<!. his elder brother.

Eliza, d. younp.

Elizabeth, :ii. William Harvfy, Esq.
Mr. Pawson, dying 28 Feb. 1802, was s. by his eldest son,

George Pawson, Esq., b. 3 Sept. 1771, who assumed by sign-
manual, in 1S17, on succeeding to the Shavrdon estates, the
additional surname and arms of Hakgrave. He m. 1st, in
1805, Sophia Ann, dau. of Rev. Henry Latten, Vicar of Wood-
ham, which lady d. 30 April, 1813. He m. 2ndly, Ann Frances,
dau. of James CoUingwood, Esq. of Morpeth, and widow of T.
Currell, Esq.. but d. s. p. 29 Dec. 1817, when the estates de-
volved upon his brother,

William Pawson, Esq., 6. 14 May, 1780 ; m. 9 Jan. 1817,
Mary Ann, dau. of Eev. Robert Trotter, of Morpeth, by whom
he had issue,

William John, liis heir.
Mary Ann, </. unm. 1844.

Mr. Pawson served far a considerable time in the royal navy.
He was High Sheriff of Northumberland, 1826. He d. 5 Jan.
1854, and was s. by his only son,

William John Pawson, Esq. of Shawdon, Northumberland,
Lord of the Manor of Titlington, High Sheriff Northumber-
land 1861, 6. 5 Dec. 1817; m. 25 Oct. 1843, Frances, dau. of
William Fife, Esq. (she d. 10 Sept. 1854) and liad issue,

I. William IIaegrave, of Shawdon.

I. Mary Ann I'awsun Hargrave, m. 17 Sept. 1868, Sir William
G. H. T. Kamsay Fairfax, Bart, of Maxton.

Mr. Pawson d. 1890, and was s. by his son,

William Hargrave Pawson, Esq. of Shawdon, J.P., Capt.
Northumberiand Husaars, late Lieut. 12th Lancers, b. 6 Aug.
1846; m. 30 June, 1877, Hon. Emily Violet Jervis, youngest
dau. of Carnegie, 3id Viscount St. Vincent, and had issue,

I. William Hargrave, now of Shawdon.

II. John Jervis, 6. 10 Sept. 1878, twin with his brother

Jii. Carnegie Robert, 6. 7 Feb. 1880.

IV. George St. Vincent, b. 7 Oct. 1890.

V. Arthur Fife.

I. Mai7 Violet. ii. Guiana Lily.

Capt. Pawson d. 13 Jan. 1332.

^amiln of ^argrufrc.

Nathaniel Hargrave. Esq. of Shawdon Castle, m. Sarah,
dau. and co-heir of William Carter, Esq. of Kirbywiske, co.
York, and d. 1724, leaving issue,

I. James, who succeeded.

I. Mary, 7,i. John Pawson, Esq., as above.

James Hargrave, Esq. of Shawdon, the only son. High
Sheiiffof Northumberland 1738, m. Priscilla, dau. and co-heir
of William Bonner, Esq. of St. Anthony's, and d. 1777, leaving
an only son,

WiLLiA.M IlARgRAV-E, Esq. of ShawdoH, 6. 1736, High Sheriff
of Northumberland 1783, and senior D.L. He m. Catherine,
dau. and co-heir of Samuel Shields, Esq., and d.s. p. ISn ,
bequeathing all his estates to liis relative, George Pawson,
lisq., with remainder to William Pawson, Esq., and his

Anns — Quarterly: 1st and 4lh, quarterly, indented az. and
gu., on a le.'^se erm., between three bucks courant or. as many
inascles of the first; 2nd and 3rd, erra. two chevronels between
three lions' gainbs erased or. Crests — 1st, A bucks head erased
at the neck, quarterly indented arg. and gu. , attired sa., charged
with four roundels countcrchanged ; 2nd, A mount vert, and
thereon a hart charged with the sun in splendour. Motto —
Favente Deo.

Seats — Shawdon, Alnwick, and Titlington Hall, NorthuniJ)er-


Selwtn-Patne, John Handcock, Esq. of
Badgeworth End, co. Gloucester, J. P. co. Somer-

set, late Hon. Major 3rd Gloucester Eegt., b. 23
March, 1852 ; m. 10 June, 1873, Anna, only child
of AVilliam Clarke Trotman, Esq. of Clifton, and
Pen Bwch, co. Glamorgan, and by her who d. 25
June, 1893, has issue,

Maud Albinia Margaret Selwyn, b. 20 July, 1874.

Liineagre — Charles Payne, Esq. of Savanna La Mar,
Jamaica, 6.28 Aug. 1752; m. 30 March, 1777, Sarah Tomlin-
son, of Savanna, and d. at Clifton, co. Gloucester, 23 Nov. 1821,
having had issue,

Charles, of whom presently.

Sarah, b. 16 July, 1779; drowned 3 Oct. 1780, in the huni-
cane of that day, when the whole town of Savanna La Mar
was totally destroyed, several hundred lives lost, and all
records of this family also.

The son,

Charles Payne, Esq., J. P., 6. 1 Jan. 1781 ; m. 11 Oct. 1802,
Albinia, eldest dau. and co-heir of Rev. John Selwyn, M.A.
of Ludgershall, Wilts. He was last Mayor of Bristol under
the old corporation, and d. 4 Dec. 1845, having had issue,

I. Charles William Meadows, late Col. H.M.S., b. 22 July,
1803 ; m. 25 Aug. 1835, Sarah Ann, dau. of Major Valentine
Munbee, of Horringer Hall, Suffolk, and widow of Capt.
James Crokat, H.E.I.C.S.; and d. 22 Sept. 18sl, having liad

Charles Townshend Selwyn, b. June, 1836, and d. Jul/
same year.
Bellamira Frances, 6. 22 Jan. 1842.
Letitia Albinia, b. 16 Dec. 1843.

II. William Augustus Townshend, late Major H.M.S., 6. 3
Oct. 1806; m. 2 June, 1842, Caroline, dau. of Fldmund
Mortimer, Esq., D.L., of Studley, Wilts, and d. 3 April,

III. Henry Selwyn, 6. 17 Oct. 1807 ; d. 17 Aug. 1808.

IV. George Campbell, b. 6 Oct. 1809; d. 13 Sept. 18i2.
v. Richard liourke, b. 30 May, 1811 ; d. 25 June, 1871.
VI. John Selwyn, of whom presently.

I. Albinia Townshend, fi. 29 April, 1804; d. 5 July, 1806.

II. Sarah Eliza, b. 23 May, 1805 ; m. 5 June, 1828, Rev. Francis
Thomas New, son of John New, Esq. of Clifton, and d. H
Nov. 1882, having had issue.

III. Henrietta Charlotte, b. 13 May, 1813; m. 24 Sept. 1839,
Robert Vidal, son of John Vidal, Esq. of Jamaica, and had
issue. She d. 1 April, 1886.

IV. Catherine Helen, b. 21 Feb. 1815 ; in. 21 Oct. 1843, Thomas
Kythesea Mortimer, late Col. H.M.S., son of Edmund
Mortimer, Esq., D.L., of Studley, Wilts, and d. 14 May,
ls72, having had issue.

V. Albinia Selwyn, b. 10 Aug. 1818; d. 11 Feb. 1820.

VI. Susan Roden, b. 6 Jan. 1820; m. 1st, 21 Oct. 1843, John
Baskerville Mortimer, H.M.S., son of Edmund Mortimer,
Esq., D.L., of Studley, Wilts, who d. 11 July, 1847, having
had issue ; 2ndly, 23 Aug. 1855, John Bates, Esq. of

Tlie 6th son,

John Sel^vyn Payne, Esq. J. P. cos. Gloucester and Mon-
mouth, late 14th Regt., and Col. Commanding co. Monmouth
Engineer Militia, b. 16 Dec. 1822; m. 1 May, 1850, Ellen
llaniet, dau. of John Russell, Esq., J. P., of Badgeworth
Court, CO. Gloucester (formerly of Piercefield Park, co. Mon-
mouth, High Sheriff 1856), and had issue,

John Handcock Sel^vyn, now of Badgeworth.

Richard Lloyd, Capt. P. A. Somersetshire Regt. D.S.O., 6.
24 May, 1853 ; m. 15 Sept. 1884, Clara F'ripp Agnes, only
dau. of Brigadier-General Henry Bethune-fatton, J. P. of
Stoke Court, Somerset, and has issue, Richard Fripp Bethune
Selwyn, b. 17 Sept. lhS5.
Col. John Selwyn Payne d. 23 March, 1880.

;S«aJ— Badgeworth Court, Badgeworth, co. Gloucester.


Payntee, Cambohne Haweis, Esq. of Boskenna,
CO. Cornwall, Capt. Inniskilling Dragoons, b. 25
Jan. 1864 ; s. his father 1875.

liineag'e. — This family settled at a remote era atLithney,
CO. Cornwall, where the monuments of its members arc
numerous. It afterwards acquired Deverell, in the neigh-
bouring palish of Gwinear, and subsequently Trelissick, in
the adjoining district of St. Erth.

William Camborne, alias Paynter, Esq. of Deverell, co.
Cornwall, obtained a grant of arms from Garter King of
Arms 22 July, 1569. He m. Eleanor Wilton, and had six sons,

I. George Camborne, aHo-s Pavnter, of whose line we treat.

II. Willi iin. III. John. iv. Thoma.s.
v. David, ancestor of the Pa-.ntees of Dale, co. Pcmbrolte,

whose representative.





David ErNWA Patntee, Esq., m. Sophia Katherine, only
dau. and heir of Howell Price, Esq. of Berthlewydd, co.
Carmarthen, by Katherine his wife (d. 1805), widow of
Henry, 4th Lord Aylmer, dau. of Sir Charles Whitworth,
Knt. of Leybourne, co. Kent, and sister of Charles, Earl
Whitworth, Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 1S13-1817 ; they had
Howell Price, C.B., Col. 24th Eegt., m. 21 April, 1816,
Eleanor Frances, dau. of George Bradshaw, Esq. of
Pegsborough, co.Tipperary, Capt. 5th DragoonGuards,
and d. of wounds received at the battle of Cbillian-
■wallah, India.
James Aylmer, Vice-Admiral, 6. 21 Oct. 1814 ; Midship-
man of H.M.S. " Genoa," at Navarino ; m. April, 1848,
Frances, only child of the late HenryChapman McVeagh,
Esq., and widow of Lieut.-Col. John Henry Slade, 1st
Dragoon Guards, eldest son of Sir Henry Slade, Bart.,
of Maunsel, co. Somerset. Admiral Paynter was elected
Mayor of the city of Bath, Nov. 1874. He d. 17 Dec.
David William, C.E., Major-Gen. K.A., m. the only dau.
of Col. William Fennick, K.E., C.B., of Laverstock, co.
Frederick, Lieut. H.E.I.C.S., d. in India.
Sophia, m. 18 Dec. 1839, Sir Henry Caldwell, Bart.,
Count of Milan, of Castle Caldwell, co. Fermanagh, d.
13 Oct. 1858.
Eose Caroline, m. 18 Feb. 1816, Sir Charles Brune
Graves-Sawle, Bart., of Penrice, co. Cornwall ((see
Bcbke's Peerage and Baronetage).
■VI. Henry.

Geoegb Patnter (the eldest son of William Camborne,
<ilias Paynter), m. 29 April, 1565, Anne, dau. of John Antron
(by his wife, Jane Bevill), and was father of William Patnteb,
who m. Loveday Courtney, and was father of William Payn-
ter, Esq. m. 1632, Jane, dau. of Eichard Keigwin, of
Penzance, and had issue, i. Arthur, of Trelissick, m. Mary
Praed, (his granddau. and heir. Mart Patnteb, of Trelissick,
m. JohnHearle, Esq.), andii. FiiANCis,of whom we are about to
treat. The 2nd son,

Francis Paynter, Esq. of Boskenna, m. Margaret Paw-
lett, of Kilburn, in Middlesex, and had a dau. Margaret,
who m. her cousin, Francis Paynter, of Trelissick, and was
mother of the heir, Mary Paynter, and a son, Fbancis
Patntee, Esq. of Boskenna, m. Mrs. Mary Hawkey, and was
father of

Francis Patntee, Esq. of Boskenna, m. Mary Gully, and
was s. by his son,

James Patntee, Esq. of Boskenna, m. 1787, Bliss Betsy
Wetherhead, and by her (who d. 1838) left at his decease,
in 1800, two sons, John, of Boskenna, who d. unm. 1848, and
Thomas Paynter, Esq. of Boskenna, 6. 24 July, 1794;
m. 21 Oct. 1828, Ann, only dau. of Aaron Moody, Esq. of
Kingsdon, co. Somerset, and by her (who d. May, 1876) had

Eeginald Heaele, late of Boskenna.
Camborne Hastings, b. 11 Feb. 1836; d. 4 Oct. 1854.
Mr. Paynter d. 20 April, 1863, and was s. by his eldest son,

Eeginald Heaele Patnter, Esq. of Boskenna, 6. 21 Oct.
1831 ; TO. 8 Dec. 1858, Mary Davies, dau. of Eev. Prebendary
Haweis, Rector of Slaugham, Sussex, and d. 17 Feb. 1875,
leaving issue,

I. Cambobne Haweis, now of Boskenna.

II. Hugh Haweis, b. 14 Nov. 1S65. Lieut. E.N., m. 22 Dec.
1890, Beatrice Louisa, dau. of Harold Barkworth, Esq. and
has issue, a dau. Margaret Ann, 6. 13 Dec. 1892.

Arms — Az., three blocks arg., each charged with an an-
nulet sa., quartering gu., a lion rampant arg., for Price ;
arg., a bend sa., in the sinister chief point a garb gu., fur
Whitwoeth. Crest — Three broken broad arrows or, knit
with a lance and mantlet gu., doubled arg. Motto— Hoaum
prematur in annum.

Seat — Boskenna, near Penzance.


Keighlt-Peach, Henet Peach, Esq. of Idli-
cote House, co. Warwick, J.P., b. 22 Marcli, 1834,
late Capt. in the Eoyal Horse Guards Blue,
AGsumed the name and arms of Peach in addition
to his patronymic of Keighlt in accordance with
the will of his late great-uncle, Samuel Peach, of
Idlicote House; m. 5 Aug. 1862, Lucy Isabella,
2nd dau. of William Selby Lowndes, Esq. of
Whaddon Hall, Bucks, and has issue,

1. Henet, b. 19 June, 1864.

H. Charles William, b. 23 Sept. 1865,

I. Isabel Emma Maria.
III. Florence Jessie.

II. Lucy Christiana.

Lineage. —Samuel Peach, Esq. of Idlicote House, 2nd
son of Samuel Peach, of Dunkirk House, co. Gloucester, pur-
chased the Idlicote estate. He m. Amelia, 2nd dau. of James
Baillie, Esq., and d. without issue 1832. He was s. by hi.^
younger brother, Charles Peach, a Col. in the H.E.I.C.S., who
d. s. p. 1837, and was s. by his nephew, the late Major Henry
Peach Keiohly. This gentleman,

Henry Peach Keighly, Major 3rd Eegt. Madras Light
Cavalry, and Judge-Advocate-CJeneral of the Madras Army,
was only son of James English Keighly, Esq. of the Bengal
C.S., by his 2nd wife, Sarah Christiana, eldest dau. of the late
Samuel Peach, Esq. of Dunkirk House, co. Gloucester. He m.
Emma Spicer, 3rd dau. of the Eev. William Godfrey Huet,
and d. Oct. 1837, having had issue,

Henet Peach, now of Idlicote House.

Charles Gilbert Keighly, 6. 1837.

Sarah Christiana, m. 1st, 11 May, 1858, the Hon. Lucius
Gary, Capt. in the army, only son of Lucius, 9th Viscount
Falkland, who d. 6 Aug. 187i ; she m. 2ndly, 8 Feb. 1876,
Boyle Vandeleur, Esq., Capt. 15th Lancers, 2nd son of the
Eev. William Vandeleur, Vicar of Julianstown, co. Meatb.

^7T!is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, for Peach, gn., between two
chevrons arg. three martlets of the second; 2nd and 3rd, for
Keighlt, per bend engrailed sa. and arg., a fesse charged
with two mullets, all counterchanged. Crests— A demi-lion
rampant erm. and gu., crowned or, clawed az., for Peach ; A
griffin's head sa., langued gu., charged with three mullets, all
counterchanged. Motto (for Peach)— Quicquid dignum
sapiente bonoque est.

Seat — Idlicote House, Shipston-on-Stonr, and Alderminste*'
Lodge, Stratford-on-Avon.

Club — Army and Navy.


Peacocke, Wareen Thomas, Esq. of Efford
Park, CO. Southampton, late Capt. Rifle Brigade,
b. 2 Oct. 1852; m.l9 June, 1888, Ethel Helen,
3rd dau. of Charles R. Fenwick, Esq. of High Firs,
Herts, and has issue,

I. Warren John Eichaed.

II. Montagu Thomas.

Liineage.— George Peacocke, Esq. of Graige, co. Lime-
rick, purchased an estate in the barony of Poble O'Brien, in
that CO., temp. Charles II., which was aftenvards confirmed
to him by the Crown under letters patent. He m. Aphra,
sister of John Maunsell, Esq. of Ballyvorine, in the same co.;
who d. s. p. 1678. By his will, lodged for probate 17 Feb.
1G87, he devised all his estate to his nephew,

Eichaed Peacocke, Esq. of Graige, formerly of Eothwell,
CO. York, who d. s. p. By his will, dated 15 March, 3 William
III. and Maey II., and proved 3 April, 1691, he settled all his
estate on his brother,

James Peacocke, Esq. of Graige and Cahir Etna, now Fort
Etna, which latter place he leased to his step-son, Thomas
Goodricke, 8 April, 17'20. He m. Mrs. EHzabeth Goodiicke,
widow, and had issue,

I. Edmond, of Graige, his heir, m. Sept. 1718, Alice, dau. of
Alderman Thomas Ponsonby, of Cork, andsisterof Eicii.ivd
Ponsonby, Esq. of Crotto, co. Kerry, and d. 1734, leavini;
two sons, James and Samuel.

II. Gtorge, of Barntic, co. Clare, and afterwards of Graige,
m. 1st (selt. dated 27 and 28 Sept. 1732), Mary, dau. of
Joseph Lavit, Alderman of the city of Cork, which lady d.
1744. He d. 1715, having had issue,

1 Joseph (Sir), of Barntic, who was created a Bart. 24

Dec. 1802. Sir Joseph m. 1761, Elizabeth, only dau. of

Thomas Cuffe, Esq., M.P., of Grange, co. Kilkenny, and

d. 17 June, 1812, having had is.sue,

Nathaniel (Sir), 2nd Bart, of Barntic, Lieut.-Col. in the

army, b. 3 Oct. 1769; m. 2U June, I80.i, Henrietta,

eldest dau. of Sir John Morris, Bart, of Clasemont,

CO. Glamorgan, and by her (whod. 4 June, 182v be left

at his decease, I Nov. 1847, with two daus., Elizabetli

Henrietta and Frances Emma (who d. 14 May, 1812;,

an only son,

JiiSEPH Francis (Sir), 3rd Bart, of Barntic, 6. 1 July,
1805; d. s. p. 1877.
WilUam (Eev.).

Eliza, m. 1800, Capt. J. O'Beime, brother of Thomas
Lewis O'Beirne, D.D., Bishop of Meath ; d. 19 July,
1851, aged 86.
Philippa, d. 1842.

Christiana Emma, m. 1797, Francis Gore, Esq. of Derry-
more, co. Clare, and d. 14 July, 1855.





Mary. >k. Major-Gen. Daniel O'Meara.
Alicia Anne, to. 1815, T. Lawrence, Esq. of Bristol.
Georglna, killed by a fall from her horse, 16 May, 1811.
1 Jlarmaduke, of Cork, Capt. in the army, d. s. p. 1795.
S William, of Llanfair, co. Anglesey, Col. of the Anslesey
Mihtia, TO. 1770, Emma, dau. of Col. William Jones, of
Twyny, eo. Carnarvon, and d. s. p.

4 Nathaniel, Lieut. E.N., d. in the East Indies.

Mr. Pcacoeke m. 2ndly, in 1746, Mary, dau. and heir of
Thonia,s Sandford, Esq. of Sandford Court, co. Kilkenny,
and by her (who d. 1778) had issue,

5 Gc rge, Capt.

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