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7th Foot, killed in America.

1 Mary, 6. 1748; to. Marmaduke Pcacoeke, Esq., her

2 Elizabeth, to. Willium Gardiner, M.D., of Armagh.

III. Marmaddke, of whom hereafter.

IV. William, liviiifj unm. 1773.

V. Septimus, of Fort Etna (see Peacocke of Fort Etna).
James Peacocke -was dead in 1747, when his estates were in
possession of his eldest son. His 3rd son,

Makmaduke Peacocke, Esq. of London, d. at Hackney, co.
Middlesex, 1773, leaving, with other issue,

Marmaddke, his successor.

Nancy, m. George Keating, Esq. of Moulton Park, co
The son,

Mabmaddke Peacocke, Esq. of London, to. his cousin,
Mary, dau. of George Peacocke, Esq. of Barntic, co. Clare, and
co-heir of her mother, Mary Sandford, only dau. and heir of
Thomas Sandford, Esq. of Sandford Court, co. Kilkenny, and
had issue,

I. Mannaduke Warren (Sir), K.C.H., K.T.S., a Gen. Officer,
d. 3. p.

II. George, m. 1st, Eachel, dau. of Sir John Dalling, Bart.,
which lady d. s. p. 1808, and 2ndly, Jemima, "dau. of
Lieut.-Col. J. Montagu Durnford, by whom he left at his
decease, 1851, a son,

George Montagu Warren Sandford, of Reeves Hall, co
Essex, M. P. for Maldon, J. P. and D.L., M.A., 6. 1821,
BaiTister-at-Law, who assumed by royal licence, 1866, the
surname and arms of Sandford. He to. 1858, Augusta
Mary, da;i. of Algernon Greville, Esq. (See Burke's Feer-
age, Warwick), and </. 1879, leaving issue,

1 Francis Marmaduke Henry, Lieut. Grenadier Guards
6. 1860. '

1 Charlotte Mary. 2 Alice Rose.

3 Blanche Caroline. 4 Caroline Amabel.

III. Sandford, to. Amelia, dau. of Sir T. H. Apreece, Bart.

IV. Richard, ot whom hereafter.

v. Stephen, Lieut.-Col. Scots Fusilier Guards, m. Louisa, dau.
and co-heir of Ponsonby Tottenham, Esq., M.P., and had

VI. Thomas, Gen. in the army, K.T.S.

VII. John, an Officer Scots Fusilier Guards, deceased.
The 4th son,

Richard Peacocke, Vice-Admiral R.N., m. Martha Louisa,
dau. of George Caere, Esq. of Marwell Hail, co. Southampton,
and had issue,

Warren William Richard, who s. him.

George, Col. in the army.
Admiral Peacocke d. 1846. His eldest son,

Warren William Richard Peacocke, Esq. of Efford
Park, CO. Southampton, b. 1822; to. 1st, 1850, Cornelia
F'rederica de Roll, youngest dau. of Rev. Frederick Shallett
Lomax, of Netley Park, Surrey, and by her (who d. 1873) had

I. Warben Thomas, his heir.

II. George Richard, h. 1855.

I. Louise Fanny, m. Jules Duplessis, Esq. of Newtown Park,
CO. Lymington.

II. Emily Augusta, to. Capt. S. Frewen, ICth Lancers.

III. Maud Frances, to. Harry Pomeroy Bond, Esq. ofLytchett
Minster, Poole.

Mr. Peacocke m. 2ndly, 30 Sept. 1875, Georgina Theresa
Ellen, eldest dau. of Frederick Richard West, Esq. of Ruthin
Castle, eldest son of Hon. Frederick West, and grandson
of John, 2nd Earl de la Warr. He d. 1877, when he was
s. by his son, Warren Thomas Peacocke, now of Efford

^rms— Quarterly, or and az., over all four lozenges con-
joined in cross, between as many annulets, all counterchanged.
Crest — A cockatrice, wings ertct, vert. J/o£to— Vincit Veritas.

&;a«— Efford Park, Lymington, Hants.




Peahce Edgcumbe, Edward Eobeet, Esq. of
Somerleigh Court, co. Dorset, J.P., LL.D. King's

Coll._ Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law, of Lincoln's
Inn, is a banker, was formerly Official Examiner oL"
the High Court of Justice, and lias assumed
tlie additional name and arras of Edgcumbe,
b. 13 March, 1851 ; m. 1st, 9 Aug. 1884, Clara
Jane Constance, jounger dau. of John Charles
Conybeare, Esq. of St. Leonards Grange, Ingate-
stone, Essex, and by her, who d. 11 Sept. 1888, has

I. Edward Humphret, h. 19 May, 1885.

II. John Aubrey, 6. 21 Sept. 1886.

Mr. Pearce Edgcumbe m. 2ndly, 6 Aug. 1891
Prances, younger dau. of Admiral the Hon. E. a\
G. Foley, of Packham, Fordingbridge, Hants {see
Burke's Peerage), and by her has issue,

III. Oliver, h. 16 May, 1892.

Lineage — John Pearce, of Holsworth, Surgeon, was
bur. 29 Jan. 1696, leaving a son,

John Pearce, of Holsworthy, Surgeon, to. 2C June, 1686,.
Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Westcott Doble, Esq., and
Margaret, his wife, and was bur. 25 Jan. 1726, leaving:

I. Edward, of whom presently,

II. Parmenas, to. Anne Penrose,
in. Gideon, m. Hannah Honeywell.

The eldest son,

Edward Peakce, of Holsworthy, Surgeon, 6. 19 April, 1687,
TO. 31 May, 1722, Grace, dau. and heiress of George Edgcumbe,
Esq. of Altamum, and Catherine his wife, and was bur.
10 March, 1737, leaving issue,

I. Parmenas, h. 21 May, 1723: m. 21 March, 1765, Martha,
dau. and heiress of Daniel Skinner, Esq. of Rhude.

II. Edward, of whom presently.

III. John, d. s.p.

The 2nd son,

I':dward Peakce, of Camelford, Cloth Manufacturer, 6.
19 Sept. 1725, m. 15 Aug. 1749, Honor, dau. and co-heiress of
John Philp of Pyworthy, and d. 17 Oct. 1810, leaving issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. John, 6. 1755; m. Rebecca, dau. of Nicholas Male, Esq. oi
St. Teaih, and had issue.

III. Parmenas, Solicitor, b. 1760, to. Mary Fillis, of Plymouth,
and had issue, William Fillis Pearce, Esq. late of Tremcd-
dan, Liskeard.

I. Grace. n. Margaret.

III. Anna, h. 1759 ; to. Rev. Richard Eliot, Vicar of Maker,
and had issue, 1 Edv/ard Eliot (Rev.), Fellow of Exeter
Coll., Archdeacon of Barbadoes, b. 22 May, 1789; j/i. Eliza-
beth Skeate, and had, with other issue, Edward, Fellow of
New Coll. Oxon ; 2 William Eliot, of Weymouth, bankei-,
b. 17 Jan. 1794; to. Lydia ffolliott, and had issue, William
(Rev.), Canon of Bristol; Richard ffolliott; Philip Frank
(Itev.), Dean of Windsor; George Edward, and Whately.
The eldest son,

Thomas Pearce, of Holsworthy and Camelford, bankei-, b.
1750, TO. Mary, dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Price, Esq. of
Tregolds, and d. 25 Nov. 1826, leaving issue,

I. John, TO. Eliza, dau. of Edward Dinham, Esq. of St.

II. Edward, of whom presently.

III. Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Roche, h. 1785.

The 2nd son,

Edward Pearce, of Bodmin, Solicitor, h. 10 June, 1782, m.
6 Sept. 1816, Mary, dau. of Rev. Richard Eliot (sec above) and
d. 18 Aug. 1839, leaving issue,

I. Edward, of whom presently.

II. William, Solicitor, b. 17 Jan. 1821; m. Anno Coode.

III. Richard, Clerk in Somerset House, b. 30 Jan. 1826 ; m.
Louisa Wallis, and d. 12 March, 1859, leaving issue,

Preston Wallis, b. 2 May, 1868.

Inez Louisa, to. B. H. Johnston, Esq. ^

The eldest son,

Edward Pearce, of Somerleigh, co. Dorset, banker, 6. 14
April, 1817, m. 30 Sept. 1848, Clara Jane, dau. of the Rev.
Canon Palmer, of Great Torrington, and d. 2! Jan. 1885,
leaving issue,

I. Edward Robert, now of Somerleigh Court.

I. Clara Eleanor, d. in infancy.

II. Clara Isabella.

III. Mary Florence, d. in infancy.

Seat — Somerleigh Court, Dorchester.






Peaeeth, William Geoege, Esq. of Thorpe
Mandeville, co. Northampton, J. P., h. 12 March,
1862 ; s. his father 1870 ; Capt. 4th batt. Argyle
and Sutherland Highlanders, in. 1888, Lilly, eldest
dau. of A. R. Broughton-Knight, Esq. of I)o\vnton
Castle. He is Lord of the Manor of Thorpe

Lineag'e. — The family of De Penreth was for centimes
resident in Cumberland. A branch was settled, in King
Henky II. 's reign, at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and, in 1174, Sir
John de Penreth, Knt., was slain at the battle of Tynebridge,
fought with the Scotch. Leland, in his account of this battle,
says, " Sir John de Penreth (a young gentleman of the King's
chamber) was sore wounded, and, being borne down in the
press, perished from loss of blood andlacke of helpe."

Hercules Peaketh (probably a descendant of this ancient
family), m. 1576, Elizabeth French, and had one son,

ilOGER Peareth, bapt. 1581 ; m. 1607, Susanna Peacocke, of
Newcastle, an heir, and d. 1635, having had issue, four sons
and five daus. The youngest, but last surviving son,

William Peaketh, m. 17 June, 1662, Barbara, dau. of Henry
Marley, Esq. (son of Sir John Marley, Knt., Governor of
Newcastle), by Barbara his wife, dau. and co-heir of Alderman
Ralph Cocke, of Newcastle, and d. 1670, leaving four children,

I. Henet, his successor ; ii. John, Fellow of St. John's Coll.
Camb., "Vicar of Aldworth, Berks, m. Letitia Blencowe, of
Marston St. Lawrence, co. Northampton, by whom he had one
son, John Peareth, who d. unm., and two daus., i. Barbara ;

II. Susanna. The eldest son,

Henry Peareth, Esq. bapt. 27 Sept. 1663; m. 31 Oct. 1693,
Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Thomas Jackson, Esq. of Chaters-
heugh, CO. Durham (son of Sir John Jackson, Knt. of
Harraton and Chatersheugh, a devoted Eoyalist), by whom,
who was bur. 3 May, 1705, he had two sons and four daus.
Mr. Peareth, who was thrice married, d. 4 March, 1728, and
was s. by the younger but only surviving son of his 1st wife,
William Peareth, Esq. of Usworth, an Aldennan of New-
castle for nearly fifty years, bapt. 9 April, 1704; )ii. 6 July, 1731,
Anne, youngest dau. and afterwards co-heir of Richard Jennens,
Esq. of Princethorpe, co. Warwick, and Thorpe Mandeville,
CO. Northampton, and by her had two son, William and
EicHAED Thomas, and six daus. He built the family mansion
of Usworth House, co. Durham, and rf. 20 May, 1775. His
widow d. 25 Feb. 1801. The eldest son,

William Peareth, Esq. of Usworth, bapt. 5 Sept. 1734 ; to.
Sus.anna, dau. and co-heir of Collingwood Foster, Esq. of Aln-
wick, by whom he had a son ^William Jennens, a Gentleman-
Commoner of Christ Church, Oxford, I). 1784, d. at Penzance
1804) and several other children, who d. in infancy. Mr.
Peareth d. 11 Aug. 1810, and was s. by his brother,

Richard Thomas Peareth, Esq. of Usworth, bapt. 9 Jan.
1753 ; m. 10 May, 1797, Isabella, only dau. of Rev. Robert Dent,
Perpetual Curate of Lanchester, co. Durham, and by her had
two sons and one dau.,
Jennens William, 6. 14 March, 1798; d. 6 April, 1803.
William, his heir.

Elizabeth, m. 1821, George Burdon, Esq. of Northumber-
The elder surviving son,

William Peaketh, Esq. of Usworth House, co. Durham,
Thorpe Mandeville, co. Northampton, Prince Thorpe, co.
War^vick, and Cliff House, Sandgate, 6. 13 Dec. 1808 ; m.
1 June, 1830, Katherine, 5th dau. of Thomas Law Hodges,
Esq. of Hemsted Park, Kent, M.P., and had issue,
William, of whom presently.

Albert, b. 25 April, 1841; m. 18 June, 1862, at Westminster
Abbey, Margaret Emma, 4th dau. of Rev. Evan Nepean,
M.A., Canon of Westminster and Chaplain in Ordinary to
the Queen (4th son of the Right Hon. Sir Evan Nepean, 1st
Bart.), and d. 19 April, 1869, leaving issue,
1 William Nepean. 2 Albert.

3 Edward. 1 Frances.

Thomas Richard, an Officer 12th Lancers, 6. 22 Feb. 1843;
d. 13 Aug. 1878.

Henry John, of Hanstead House, St. Albans, Herts, J. P.,
late Lieut. 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons, b. 23 Oct. 1849; v>.
19 Oct. 1876, Rose Caroline Twisden, only of the late
Thomas Twisden Hodges, Esq., M.P. for Rochester, and
granddau. of the late Thomas Law Hodges, Esq. of Hem-
Bted Park, co. Kent, M.P., and has issue,

1 Henry Twisden, h. 10 July, 1877.

2 John Twisden, 6. 6 Oct. i'879.

3 Arthur Robert Twisden, b. 25 Sept. 1883.

4 Thomas Twisden, b. 29 Dec. 1836.
Eobert Kent, 6. 6 Jan. 1851 ; d. 11 Feb. 1852.

Katherine Rebecca, m. 12 April, 1852, John Fetherstonhaugli

Briscoe, Esq. of Grangemore, co. Westmeath.
Isabella Anne, d. 26 March, 1836. Julia IsabeDa.

Elizabeth Fanny, d. 28 Feb. 1S38.
Flora Isabella, m. Aug. 1S58, Cook Sibbs Flower, Esq. oj

Southrepps Lodge, North Walsham, Norfolk.
Alice Margaret, m. 13 Feb. 186C, Capt. Jocelvn Jervis-

White-Jervis, R.N., 4th son of Sir H. M. Jervis-White-Jer-

vis, 2nd Bart.
Charlotte Caroline.

He d. 19 Sept. 1854, and was s. by his son,

William Peareth, Esq. of Usworth House, co. Durham,
J.P., High Sheriff 1865, late Capt. 4th Light Dragoons (now
"Queen's Own" Hussars), 6.25 May, 1831; m. 21 Oct. 1850,
Cecilia, 2nd dau. and co-heir of the late JohnLennox-Kincaid-
Lennox, Esq. of Lennox Castle, Antermong, and Kincaid, co.
Stirling, D.L. and Convener, co. Stirling, and sister of
Margaret, "Viscountess Strangford, and il. 16 July, 1870,
leaving issue,

I. William George, now of Thni-pe Mandeville.

II. Cecil John, Lieut. R.N., b. 24 Nov. 1863 ; d. in America,
12 Oct. 1885.

III. John Lennox, 6. 15 Nov. 1866.

I. Christophina Frances Katherine, d. in Scotland, 14 Aug,

II. Georgina, m. 15 Dec. 1885, Arthur Jefferson, Esq. of
Northallerton, co. York, and has issue, Dorothy Margaret

III. Theresa Cecilia, to. 31 May, 1883, Rev. H. Edmun*
Sharpe, M.A. of Brasenose Coll. Oxon, Vicar of Whit-
church, Hants, and Surrogate for Hants and Isle of Wight,
and has issue, Cecilia Hargreave ; Evelyn Nina; and Rose-

IV. Evelyn Cecilia, d. at Cannes, 13 Feb. 1883.

Arms — Gu., a chevron arg. between three pears or. Crest — -
A leopard's head and neck erased ppr., holding in the mouth Ot
cross-crosslet fitchee. Motto — Verax et fidelis.

Seal — Manor House, Thorpe Mandeville, Banbury, co.


Peaeson, John, Esq. of South Wingfield, co.
Derby, b. 13 Nov., and bapt. 14 Dec. 1814 : m. 4
Jan. 1844, Georgiana Louisa, youngest dau. of
Charles Dashwood, Esq., by whom (who "was b. 19-
March, 1816; and d. 20 July, 1852) he has issue,

I. Henry, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. 3rd batt. Derbyshire-
Regt., M.A.Magdalen Coll. Camb., b. 16 Oct. 1844.

II. Arthur Charles (Rev.), M.A. Magdalene Coll. Camb.,
Vicar of St. Margaret's, Bungay, Suffolk, and late-
Senior Chaplain H.M. Bengal Eocl. Establishment, b.
1 June, 1846 ; m. 22 April, 1885, Katherine Adele, dau.
of Rev. Fred Montague Arnold, Rector of Ringsfield, co.
Suffolk, and by her (who d. 27 Oct. 1891), he has issue,
Adele Madeline, b. 12 Jan. 1890, at Dehra Doon, India,

I. Georgiana Elizabeth, m. 1 Feb. 1879, at Rangoon, Burma,
William Robertson, of Struanclan, Brigade-Surgeon-
Major, Army Medical Staff, and has issue.

Liineagre. — Thomas Pearson, of Matlock, co. Derby,
m. there, 28 April, 1664, Elizabeth Dudley, and by her (who
was bur. 4 March, 1710) had issue,

I. John, bapt. 12 March, 1665.

II. George, of whom presently.

III. Thomas, bapt. 28 April, 1672 ; d. an infant.

IV. Thomas, bapt. 22 Feb. 1673; bur. 17 March, 1731. hav-
ing had issue, by Elizabeth his wife, Joshua, bapt. 12 March,
1712; Jane, bapt. 23 Aug. 1705; Anne, bapt. 16 Feb. 1700,
bur. 28 Feb. 1706; Dorothy, bapt. 26 April, 1708; Eliza-
beth, bapt. 15 Oct. 1710; Lydia, bapt. 11 March, 1717.

V. Henry, bapt. 6 May, 1677 ; ra. 9 Aprfl, 1703, Benit Ward
(bur. 3 May, 1721), and had issue, Anne, bapt. 22 May,
1709. He was bur. 19 May, 1731.

VI. Anthony, bapt. 26 Aug. 1683: bur. 13 March, 1722.

VII. Edmund, b.-)pt. 16 March, 1687.

I. Dorothy, bapt. 15 Nov. 1667; bur. 2 March, 1723.

II. Elizabeth, bapt. 6 March, 1688.

Mr. Pearson was bur. 8 March, 1698. His 2nd son,

George Pearson, of Matlock, bapt. 24 May, 1666: bur.
22 Nov. 1724. He had issue, by Anne his wife (who waa
bur. 25 March, 1713),

John, bapt. 29 Oct. 1690.

George, of whom presently.

Catherine, bapt. 14 Feb. 1693.

Hannah, bur. 12 Dec. 1696.

Mary, bapt. 12 Nov. 1705.

The 2nd son,





Geobgb Peajison, of Matlock, afterwards of Wirkswo-tb, co.
Derby, bapt. 24 Feb. 1697 ; was bur. 14 Feb. 1768. By his
wife Dorothy (or Isabel ?), who was bur. II June, 1702, he
bad issue,

George, bapt. 5 March, 1728 ; bur. S April, 1774.

Thomas, of whom presently.

AVilliam, bapt. 14 April, 1742.

Joseph, bapt. 4 July, 1744.

Catherine, bur. 18 July, 17G2.

Dorothy, bur. 10 Aug. 1769.

Hannah, bapt. 28 July, 1731.

Mary, bapt. 9 Jan. 1733; bur. 4 April, 1774.

Ellen, bapt. 16 Nov. 1739.
The 2nd son,

Thomas rEARso>f, of Wirksworth, afterwards of South Wing-
field, CO. Derby, where he purch.ased an estate c. 1770, 6. 7
June, b.apt. 1 July, 1737; m. 3 Aug. 1758, Ellen, dau. of
Samuel Glazebrook of Wirksworth, and by her (who d. 29 Feb.
1792) he had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

Samuel, b. 9 April, 1763; d. 4 Jan. 1764.

John, b. 24 Dec. 1766 ; d. 27 Oct. 1774.

Ellen, b. 9 Jan. 1765 ; d. 19 Dec. 1816.

Mr. Pearson d. 29 April, 1801, and was bur. 3 May following,
in the chancel of South Wingfield Church, beside his wife.
His eldest son,

TuoMAs Pearson, of South Wingfield, b. 8 May, 1761 ; m.
ist, Ann, dau. of Francis Thorpe, of South Wingfield, and by
fcer (who d. 16 Oct. 1805) had issue,

I. Thomas, b. 19 May, 1792; d. 29 Oct. 1820, s. r-

I. Anne Amelia, 6. 28 June, 1788 ; d. 24 July, 1790.

II. Ellen, b. 6 Aug. 1793; d. 26 Sept. 1810.

III. Eliza, 6. 30 June, 1795; d. 1 Jan. 1839, at Matlock.

IV. Hannah Glazebrook, 6. 15 July, 1797 : d. at Ehyl, 22 Nov.
1864, having m. Rev. John Manners, M. A., by whom she
had issue.

^Mr. Pearson m. 2ndly, 8 May, 1810, Anne, dau. of Christopher
Hoyston, of Codnor Park, co. Derby, and by her (whs d. 21
July, 1860) he had further issue,
n. John, now of South Wingfield.

in. Henry. 6. 28 Aug. 1817; M.A., St. Cath. Coll., Camb.,
Vicar of ilenley, Suffolk, m. 16 April, 1857, Adelaide Cathe-
rine, youngest dau. of the late John Carter, of Northwold,
CO. Norfolk, by whom he has issue,
William Carter. B.A. Clare Coll. Cambs., Clerk in Holy
Orders, b. 11 Feb. 1859.
Amhurst Charles Hagerman, Lieut. E.N., 6. 15 March,
l' 1862.

Francis Bradshaw, b. 16 Aug. 1863.
' Adelaide Mary Anne, 6. 10 Aug. 1860; m. 4 July, 1888,
Bev. Eobert Copeman, B.A., eldest son of the late George
Copeman, of Dunham Lodge, co. Norfolk, and has issue.
Isabel Emma, b. 5 May, 1865.

V. Mary Gcorgiana, 6. 4 Feb. 1811 ; d. 6 July, 1824.

•VI. Emma, h. 22 June, 1812 ; m. 29 June, l's37, Vcn. Arch-
deacon Ralph Blakelock, Rector of Gimmingham, co. Nor-
folk, and d. s. p. 8 April, 1881. He d. 1 March, 1892.
VII. Jane Elizaoeth, b. 5 March, 1820; m. 12 Aug. 1845,
Rev. Augustus Wirgman, M.A., Rector of Hartington, who
d. 22 Dec. 1874. She d. 26 Feb. 1886, having had issue.
yiT. Pearson d. 5 Aug. 1833, and was bur. 9 Aug., at South

Arms—ATg., on a pile az., arose of the first, barbed and
seeded ppr., between three arrows points downwards or,
barbed and flighted arsr.

Crest — An eagles wing sa., sem^-de-lis or, pierced by an
arrow embrued in bend, point upwards, and vulned ppr.

Motto — Ne tentes, aut perfice.

£egidenee — South Wingfield, co. Derby.

Pease, Joseph Eobinson, Esq. of Hesslewood,
<;o. York, b. 27 Jan. 1873; educated at Harrow and
Pembroke College, Oxford ; s. his fatlier 1892.

Lineagre.— This family haii long been settled in Hull,
numerous entries being found in the parochial registers of the
Holy Trinity and St. Mary's Churches from 1583.

RoBEET Pease, Chamberlain 1639, fined for the office of
Cheriff, Hem. 31 Jan. 1638, Anne Richardson, and had issue,

KoBEBT, bapt. 19 July, 1643.

Anne, m. Mr. Aldersley, an Alderman and Mayor of

The son,

Robert Peasb, went to Amsterdam about 1663, and there m.
17 Nov. 1670, Esther, dau. of George Clifford, a descendant of
the baronial House of Clifford, and had issue. The 3rd son.

Joseph Pease, settled in Hull, 1708, afterwards of Hessle-
wood, CO. York, and established the Bank there in 1754, one
of the earliest out of London. He was b. 30 Nov. 1688; vi.
10 March, 1717, Mary, dau. of Joseph Turner, merchant, by
Mary Thorsby his wife, and by her (who d. 12 Feb. 1728} Icit
at his decease, 11 March, 1778,
Robert, of Kingston-upon-HulI, Banker, 5. 3 Dec. 1717.
He was appointed Captain of a company of Gentlemen
Volunteers raised at Hull during the disturbances of 1745,
occasioned by the landing of Prince Charles Edward, and
d. unm. 19 March, 1770.
Hester, b. 13 Sept. 1720; m. 3 June, 1742, Lawrence Jopson,
of Stockton upon-Tees, but d. s. p. Mart.

The younger dau.,

Mary Pease, of Hesslewood, 5. 17 Jan. 1727 : to. 10 April,
1751, Robert Robinson, merchant, of Manchester, son of John
Robinson and Mary Hibbert his wife, and d. 6 March, 1757,
(.her husband d. the previous year), leaving one son,

Joseph Robinson, of Hesslewood, D.L., 6. 26 Feb. 1752, who
assumed, by sign-manual, 29 April, 1773, agreeably to his
grandfather Joseph Pease's will, the surname of Pease. He
TO. 29 May, 1786, Aune, 2nd and youngest dau. of Nicholas
Twigge, Esq. of Ashover, co. Derby, by Sarah his wife, dau.
of George Bagshaw, of Woodseats. co. Derby, and by her
(who d. 1816) had issue,

I. Joseph Robinson, of Hesslewood.

II. Clifford, b. 24 Dec. 1793; m. 25 June, 1846, Sarah, 2nd
dau. of Robert Cookson, Esq. of Elliory, Westmorland,
and d. 27 Dec. 1873, having had two sons and two daus.,

1 Cliflford Eobinson, b. 27 Dec. 1850.

2 Douglas, 6. 29 Aug. 1854.

1 Annie Sarah. 2 Catherine.

III. George, M.A., Vicar of Darrington, co. York, 6. 30 June,
1796; TO. 14 April, 1831, Jane, 8th and youngest dau. of
the late John Swinfen, Esq. of Swinfen, co. Stafford, by
Anne his 2nd wife, sister of the late Sir Francis Ford,
Bart., and d. 23 Oct. 1876, having had issue, one dau.
Mary Anne.

I. Anne, m. 9 April, 1811, Arthur Maister, Esq. of Winestead,
Col. of the East York Militia, J. P. and D.L., and had issue,
five sons and five daus.

II. Mary, d. unm. 4 July, 1839.

III. Sarali, d. unm. 25 Sept. 1839.

IV. Charlotte, m. 23 May, 1823, Capt. Henry Browne Mason,
E.N., of Aldenham Lodge, Hertford, and d. 24 Feb. 1824.

Mr. Pease d. 29 March, 1807. His eldest son, I

Joseph Eobinson Pease, Esq. of Hesslewood, J.P. and D.L. '

b. 21 Nov. 1789; m. 7 April, 1818, Harriet, 2nd and youngest ]

dau. of James Walker, Esq. of Springhead and Beverley, and I

sister of Sir James Walker, Bart, of Sand Hutton, and had '

I. Joseph Walker, of whom presently.

n. George Clifford, M.A., Eector of Routh, Beverley, b. 21 i
Nov. 1822 ; m. 26 Sept. 18.50, Clarissa (who d. 8 Feb. 1883),
youngest dau. of John Turner, Esq. of Gravetye Manor,
Sussex, and had issue,

1 George Turner, 6. 10 July, 1851 ; d. 5 Jan. 1370.

2 Percival Henry, b. 4 Aug. 18.=)7. ;

3 Arthur Clifford, b. 10 Aug. 1859.

4 Joseph Frederick, b. 16 March, 1861. ,

1 Clara Harriet.

2 Fanny Maria, m. S Aug. 1876, E. Macfarlane, Esq.,wbO H
d. 27 Oct. 1876.

3 Edith Catherine, to. C. H. Wray, Esq., and has issue.

in. James Eobinson, M.A., 6. 28 Feb. 1824 ; m. 28 Feb. 1854,
Louisa Frances (who d. 23 July, 1884), 3rd dau. of the late (
John Barkworth, Esq. of Tranby House, near Hull, and

had issue,

1 James Cecil Eobinson, 6. 17 Sept. 1856; d. 14 Not. i,

2 Harold Eobinson, 6. 7 Dec. 18.')9.

3 Hugh Robinson, b. 23 Feb. 1862.

1 Alice Louisa, m. Hugh Ripley, Esq., 5th son of SirH.
W. Ripley, Bart., Bedstone Court, Salop.

2 Katherino Frances, m. 1st, Herbert Crossley, Esq., 6tli
son of Joseph Crossley, Esq., Broonifield, Halifax ; and
2ndly, 25 Feb. 1892, Samuel, eldest son of Henry K. Sand-
bach, Esq. of Hafodunos, co. Denbigh.

rv. Arthur Burton, b. 27 May, 1825: m. 14 May, 1857, Emma
Caroline, youngest dau. of John Wilkinson, Esq. of W'elton
Grange, East York, and has issue, Arthur Godfrev, b. 29
Nov. 1861.

I. Harriet, m. 29 June, 1842, Rev. John Richard Pill, M.A.,
of Thornton, J.P. and D.L., eldest son and lieir of the '.ate
Itichard HiU, Esq. of Thornton, co. York, and has issue,
three sons and thrte daus.

II. Emily Jane, m. 11 June, 1857, Henry Baines, Esq., eldest
son of Hewly Mortimer Baines, Esq. of Bell Hall, near York,
who d. 1869. She to. 2ndly, the Right Rev. Norman '
Dumesnil Straton, Bishop of Sodor and Man, formerly Vicar
of Wakefield.





Mr. Pease d. 27 May, 1866, and was s. by his son,

Joseph Walker Pease, Esq. of Hesslewood, J. P. and D.L. ,
late Lieut.-Col. East York E.V., and M.P. for Hull 1872, 6. 24
May, 1820; m. 2 Feb. 1843, Barbara Catherine, eldest dau. of
the late Rev. Henry Palmer, M.A, of Withcote Hall, co.
Leicester, and had issue,
I. Hbnkt Joseph Robinson, of Hesslewood.
n. Charles Clifford, b. 5 Oct. 1845.

lu. Francis Richard, resident at Hesslewood, J. P. and D.L ,
6. 25 May, 1848 ; m. 15 Dec. 18fS5, Isabel Mary, dau. of
Capt. William Claude Cole-Hamilton, 80th Regt., of Bel-
trim, CO. Tyrone (see Bobke's Peerage, Enniskillen, E.),
and has had issue,

1 Francis Claud, 6. Nov. 1886.

2 William Geoffrey, b. Jan. 1888.

3 Richard Hamilton, b. Oct., d. Dec, 1890.
1 Isabel Catheiine.

IV. Edward Heyrick, 6. 27 Dec. 1858 ; d. 22 March, 1883.
I. Barbara Mary, to. 20 April, 1876, Rev. William Grevllle
Hazlerigg, Vicar of Billesdon, 4th son of Sir Arthur Grey
Hazlerigg, Bart, of Nosely Hall, co. Leicester, and

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