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f 1861, late Major Commanding 14tli
Wilts K.V., formerly Capt. Melksham Troop



Koral Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry, i. 30 Sept.
1828; m. 26 April, 1853, Flora Henrietta, 2nd
dau. of the late W^alter Long, Esq., M.P., of Eood
Ashton, Wraxall, and Whaddon, Wilts, and Dol-
forgan, co. Montgomery, and has issue,

I. Charles, J.P. for Wilts and Somerset, b. 26 Sept. 183S :
w. 30 April, 1S90, Anne Elizabeth, dau. of the llev.
William Speke, of Sheldon Court, co. Devon, and has
issue,

Charles, 6. 16 Jan, 1893. Flora Mary Elizabeth.

I. Agnes Flora, m. 2 June, 1880, Reginald Gambler Long,
Esq , 2nd son of Walter Jervis Long, Esq. of Preshaw,
CO. Southampton.

II. Leetitia Blanche, 7». 10 Feb. 1880, John Stuart Lindsay
Long, retired Comm. R.N., eldest son of John Long,
Esq. of The |Firs, Walberton, Sussex, by Georginu
Frances, his wife, sister of Sir Simeon Henry Stuart, 6th
Bart., and has issue.

Tii. Constance Henrietta Lowther.

IV. Amy Elizabeth A'Court, iu. 22 July, 1879, Charles
Garner Richardson, Esq. of 7, Inverness Gardens, Ken-
sington.

V. Sybil Katharine Long.

Lineage.— The Penruddockes were originally seated at
Arkelby, Cumberland, the first-mentioned in the family pedi-
gree being Thomas Penruddocke, of Arkelby, who m. Agnes,
dau. of Sir John Lowther, Knt. of Lowther in the same co.,
ancestor of the Earl of Lonsdale. A village, however, of the
same name as the family exists near Penrith, in the parish of
Greystock, and it is found from old deeds that they were settled
at the place called Penruddocke long before they took up their
abode at Arkelby.

From Robert and George Penruddocke — sons of Edward
Penruddocke, who m. the dau. of Robert Highmore, of Cum-
berland — the family afterwards came to be divided into two
branches, distinguished respectively as the Penruddockes of
Hale (Hants), and the Penruddockes of Compton Chamber-
layne (Wilts). The Hale branch became extinct by the death
without issue of Charles, Edward, and George, of Chalk, when
the estate descended to Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Gage. Sir
John Penruddocke lies buried in the church at Hale, with this
quaint insciiption on a brass plate, with arms and quarters:
" Fui quod es ; quod sum eris. a. D. 1600." In a vellum roll,
containing the notitia of Salisbury, we find the following
curious memorandum : " a.d. 1585. The King of Portugal
came to Sarum, and was lodged at Mr. Penruddocke's, at
which time Mrs. Penruddocke was delivered of a son and dau.,
and the King was godfather to them." The King of Portugal
here alluded to was Antonio, Prior of Crato, who got himself
proclaimed King of Portugal, but was dethroned about 1580.
by Philip II., King of Spain. We are told he visited both
France and England. The immediate ancestor of the Wilts
family.

Sir Edward Penruddocke, Knt. of Compton Chamberlayne,
eldest son of George Penruddocke, standard-bearer under
the Earl of Pembroke at the battle of St. Quentin, tanxj.
Mart 1., m. Mary, dau. and heir of George Massey, Esq. of
Puddington, co. Chester, and had, with other issue, a dau.
Dorothy, wife of Alexander Tliistlethwaite, Esq. of Winterslow,
Wilts, and a son and heir,

Sir John Penruddocke, Knt. of Compton Chamberlayne,
M.P. for Wilton 1585, and for Southampton loS6. He v,
Joan, dau. of Sir John Meade, Knt. of Lofts, Essex, and had
issue,

George, d. s. p. John, his heir.

Henry, slain 1644, at Lavington, Wilts, by a party of CnoM-
WELL's soldiers.

Thomas, whose dau. Sarah, m. Dr. Edward Warner.

Edward, d. s. p. 1688. Charles, d. s. p.

Joanna, j)i. 1632, John Young, Esq. of Durnford, \V Uts.
Tiie eldest surviving son,

CoL. John Penruddocke, of Compton Chamberlayne, b.
1619, s. his father 1648. He m. Arundell, sister of George
Freke, of Shroton(who m. Lady Abigail Digby, dau. of John,
Earl of Bristol), and dau. of John Freke, Esq. of Shroton,
Dorset, by Arundell his wife, dau. of Sir George Trenchard,
of Wolverton, and had issue,

George, d. unm. 1664. Thomas, eventual heir.

Elizabeth, to. Thomas Pile, Esq. of Baverstocke, Wilts.

Joan, 7-i. Maurice BocUland, Esq. of Standlynch.

Marie, m. 1st, John Strangwayes, Esq. of Mclbury Sand-
ford; 2ndly. Charles Strode, Esq.; and 3rdly, Henry Morgan,
Epq.

Anne, m. Thomas Chafyn, Esq. of Chetlle, Dorset.



1694



PEN



THE LANDED GENTRY.



PEN



Col. John Pcnni(ulocke waslieheaded at Exeter IC May, 1655,
liir participation in an insurrection against Oliver Cbom-
v.'ELL, who had then usurped the Government. His last sur-
viving son,

Thomas Penruddocke, Esq. of Compton Chamherlayne, M.P.
for Wilton 1678-8S, m. Frances, diiu. of John llanham, Esq.
of Dean's Court, Dorset, and had issue,

Thomas, liis heir.

George, East India merchant, d. s. p. 171-, and bur. at
Calcutta.

Charles, d. s. p.

Arundel, 2nd wife of Eobert Hyde, Esq. of Hatch. AVilta.

jAicy, m. 1704, Henry Wallis, Esq. of Grovcly, Wilts.

Prances (twin with Lucy), vi. Henry Stratford, Esq. of Over-
stone, CO. Northampton, and d 1717, hur. at Overstone.

The eldest son,

Thomas Pe.nkudpocke, Esq. of Compton Chamberlayne,
b. 1078 ; m. Laetitia, dau. of William Ashe, Esq. of Heytes-
bury, and by her (who d. 2S Feb. 1742) left at his decease,
1741 (with other children who d. s. p.), a dau., .\rundel, m.
II Sept. 1735, Henry Wyndliam, Esq. of Salisbury, and a son
and successor,

Charles Penruddocke, Esq. of Compton Chamberlayne,
High Sherifif of Wi'ts, 1741, b. 1708 ; in. 29 Dec. 1741,
Frances, dau. of William Wyndham, Esq. of Dinton, Wilt.s, a
younger son of Sir Wadham Wyndham, Knt. of Norrington,
one of the Judses of the Court of King's Bench, and dying
I7G9, was s. by his only son,

Charles Pe.nruddocke, Esq. of Compton Chamberlayne,
]M.P. for Wilts, who m. 10 April, 1769, his cousin, Anne
Henrietta, dau. of Wadham Wyndham, Esq. of Fyfield, Wilts,
and c;. 30 Oct. 1788, having had issue,

I. John HnNCERFOKD, of Compton, Col. Commanding 3rd
Wilts Local Militin, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Wilton, 1825,
Hii;hSheriff of Wilts 1817, 6. 23 Jan, 1770; m. Oct. 1792,
Maria Anne, dan. and co-heir of John Pearse, Esq. of
Standen, Wilts (whod. 1831). He d. g. p. 25 Dec. 1841.

II. Charles, of Burcot, Somerset, h. 17 June, 1773 ; m.
Marttia, only dau. of John Band, Esq. of Wookey House,
.Somerset, and by her (who d. 3 March, 1823) left at his
decease, Nov. 1799, an only son,

Charles, Barrisier-at-Law, &. 21 Jan. 1799; m.. 15 Feb.
1827, at St. James' Church, Bath, his cousin, Juliana
Laetitia, eldest dau. of Captain Thomas Penruddocke, of
"Winkton, Ringwood, Hants, of the 3rd Guards, by Juliana
his wife, 4th dau. of George Lowther, Esq. of Kilrue, co.
Me.ith, and d. 15 Dec. 1839, having by her, who d. 6 Feb.
1890, had itsue,

Charles, now of Compton Chamberlayne.

John Hungerford (liev.), M.A., Hector of Baverstock,

Vicar of South Newion, .Salisbury, b. 23 Oct. 1829 ; in.

1858, Emma, 3rd dau. of John Powys, Esq. of Crick-

howell, CO. Brecon, and has issue.
Ponsonby, d. 29 Aug. 1852, aged 21.
Thomas Arundel (Rev.), B.A., 0. 13 Feb. 1832 ; d. 21 Feb.

1876, bur. at Everleigh.
Juliana Georgiana, d. unra. 9 Dec. 1889.
Anna Wyndham, m. David Buchanan, Esq. of Rugby, co.

Northampton, and has issue.
Lsetitia Grant.
Cnarlesanna Posthuma, m. Col. Wm. Graydon.

in. Thomas. Capt. 3rd Foot Guards, h. 6 Feb. 1781; m. 1803,
Juliana, 4th dau. of George Lowther, Esq. of Kilrue, co.
Meath, and by her (who d. 15 Dec. 1847) left at his decease,
4 April, 1867,

1 Thomas (Rev.), Vicar of Compton Chamberlayne, d.

•2, John Huncerford, h. 6 Aug. 1805; m. 29 May, 1856,
Elizabeth, dau. of William Heald Ludlow Bruges, Esq. of
Seend, Wilts, and has issue.

3 George, b. 6 June, 1807 : deceased.

4 Charles Wadham Wyndham, b. 1813; d. 29 Oct. 1885.
His widow survived him.

1 Juliana, m. her cousin, Charles Penruddocke, Esq.

2 ,\nne Henrietta, d. unm. 8 Dec. 18t<7.

3 Agnes, to. William Heald Ludlow Bruges, Esq., M.P., of
Seend, and d. 3 Dec. 1889.

4 Ellen Wyndham, to. John Coventry, Esq. of Burgatc,
Hants.

5 Frances, d. 15 March, 1892.

6 Anne Elizabeth, m. Thomas W^yndham, Esq. of Hinton,
Hants, and d. 6 Feb. 1892.

7 Priscilla Sophia, m. Capt. Robert Harris, R.N., brother
of Sir Cornwallis Harris, the Ahyssinian traveller, and
d. 22 Sept. 18o2, having had issue. Capt. Harris d. 16
Jan. 1865.

IV. George, of Limpley Stoke, near Bath, Cap. R.N., b. 3
Oct. 1784; d. 26 Sept. 1867.

V. Edward, 6. \i Nov. 1786; m. 28 Nov. 1816, Priscilla Sarah,
.3rd dau. of J. Skelton, Esq. of Pap Castle, Cumberland ;
d. a. p. 16 Jan. 1»17.

1. Frances, to. Gerald Fitzgerald, Esq., d. 26 Sept. 1840,



leaving a son. Major Charles Fitzgerald, father of Charles
Fitzgerald, Esq. of Avebury, Wilts.

II. Anne Henrietta, d. iinni. 1816.

III. LcEtitia, d. unm. 2 July, 1851.

IV. Elizabeth, d. unm. 1837.

^ri/i.s—Gu., abend ragulyiirg. (?)-?s<— A demi-dragon s.ans
wings rampant vert, between two eagles' wings expanded or.

Scrt's— Compton Park, Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts, ami
Bratton St. Maur, Wincanton, Somerset.



PENRY OF NEWPORT.
Peney, John Morgan, Esq. of Newport, co.
Devon, J.P. co. Pembroke, educated at Corpus
Christi Coll. Camb., formerly an Officer in tlie 4tlii
Eatt. Prince Albert's Own Somersetsliire L.I., n
Commissioner of Taxes, b. 1835 ; m. 1877, Georgina,
younn;est dau. of Thomas Davies, Esq., and by her
(who d. 1889) has issue, an only dau.,
Florence Mart Rachel Rose Georgina, b. 1878.

Liineag-e. — The Penrvs resided and owned for many
generations the Plas Llanedy estate, and members of that
family were High Sheriffs co. Carmarthen, in the years 1030,
1679, 1736, and 1750. Members of another branch of thi?
Penrys were High Sheriffs of co. Brecon in 1673 and 1718.
Attached to the parish church of Llanedy is an old private
chapel, built by the Penrys, in which are some very old and
interesting monuments.

Rachel, the only child and heiress of Hexrt Penry,
Esq. of Plas Llanedy, J.P. and High Sheriff co. Carmar-
then (1750), TO. 1750 William Jones, Esq. of Tantwyn,
Llandilo Talybont, co. Glamorgan, who d. 1793. She d. 1774,
leaving issue: i. William, d. unm. 1814; ii. Morgan, and
III. John. The second son, the Rev. Morgan Jones, M.A.
Jesus Coll., J.P. and D.L. co. Carmarthen, m. Mary, dau. of
J. H. Seys, Esq. andd. s. p. 1837. She d. 1851,

John Jones, Esq. of Plas Courty Kydrin Llanedy, eo.
Carmarthen, Attorney-at-Law, m. 1807, Frances, only dau.
and heiress of the Rev. T. Beynon, M.A., Vicar of Uzniaston,
CO. Pembroke, and Chaplain to the 1st Baron Millord, and d.
1842, leaving by her, who d. 1854, a son,

John Penry Jones, Esq. of Plas Courty Kydrin, co. Car-
marthen, and of Sutton Lodge, eo. Pembroke, J.P. and D.L.
for that CO., m. 1831, Mary Anne, eldest dau. of Rev. Thonia.*
Brigstocke, Vicar of Lawhaden, co. Pembroke, and d. 1872,
having by her, who d. 1805, had issue an only son, the
present John Morgan Penry, Esq. of Newport, who assumed
that name in 1874.

•Seat — Newport, Barnstaple, N. Devon.
Club — Junior Conservative.



PENTON OF PENTONVILLE.

Penton, Fredeeick Thomas, Esq. of Penton-
ville, Middlesex, J P. for Middlesex, Bucks, and
London, D.L. for Middlesex, late Capt. 4th Dra-
goon Guards, Hon. Col. 21st Middlesex R.V., M.P.
for Central Finsbury from 1886 to 1892, b. 4 Dec.
1851 ; m. 5 July, 1883, Caroline Helen Mary, eldest
dau. of Alexander John Robert Stewart, Esq. of
Ards, CO. Donegal, by Lady Isabella Rebecca Toler
his wife, dau. of the 2nd Earl of Norbury, and has
issue,

I. Henry Alexander, b. 3 June, 1885.

II. Cyril Frederick, b. 27 Oct. 1886.

I. Kathleen Winifred. ii. Dorothy Grace.

Liineac^e. — This family was formerly seated in Hamp-
shire, and members of it represented Winchester in Par-
liament.

Henry Penton, Esq., R.N., son of Henry Penton, Esq.,
M.P. for Winchester, 6. 1791 ; m. 1815, Mary, dau. of Charles
Priehard, Esq. of The Grainge, co. Monmouth, and had two-
sous,

Henry, of whom presently.

Thi'inas, late Major 8th Hussars, &. 1818; m. 1840, Caroline
llntcliffe, and d. 4 L)ec. 1«68, leaving three sons.
Mr. Penton d. Aug. 1835, and wiis s. by his son,

Henry Penton, Esq. ol I'entonvillle, Col. 3rd Royal
Middlesex Militia. J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex, and J.P. fur
Sussex, b. 28 Aug. 1817; )?(. 21 Oct. 1839, Eliza Maiia, dau..



PEN



THE LANDED GENTRY.



PEP



1595



f Major Henry Langley, late of Cnd Life Guards, of Brittas
astle, CO. Tipperary, and left surviving issue,
I Frederick Thomas, now of Pentonville.
]" Eliza Maria Mary, m. 11 April, 1872, John Leclimere
■ Merrick Parkinson, Esq. of Ludford House, Shropshire,
.T.P., late Lieut. 61st Begt., who d. Dec. 1889. She ra.
•indly, Frederick Parsons, Esq.

K Katherine Fannv, wi. 4 May, 1876, Ma]or-Gen. Anthony
Percy Bainbridge, late R.A., and by him (who d. 25 Oct.
1888) has issue, Gladys Violet; Mattie Olive Mary; and
Katherine Maud Marion.
Ir. Penton d. 30 Oct. 1S82.

\ .4 nns— Per chevron gu. and or, in chief two castles arg., in
lase a lion rampant az. Cr£s(— A lion couchant double-queued
\x. bezantee.
[ ,S«a£— Chalfont Park, Slough.



PENYSTON OF CORNWELL MANOR.

Pentstox, John Fkancis, Esq. of Cormvell
Manor, co. Oxlord, J.P., h. 29 May, 1827 ; m. 20
fulv, 1858, Catherine Mary, dau. of tlie Eev.
Oiomas John Blofeld, of Hoveton House, Norfolk,
ly Catherine Charlotte, his wife, dau. of the Eev.
inthony Collett, Eector of Heveningham, co.
■Suffolk. He assumed the name of Penyston by
-oyal licence in 1873, in lieu of his patronymic,
Partridge.

Lineagre. — Sie Partbidgk or IIocLhani Hall.

The Eev. Joun Anthony Partridge, Rector of JIalpas, co.
Ohester, b. 2 May, 1794; m. 18 May, 1826, Louisa Isa-
jella, youngest dau. of Thomas Tynvhitt Drake, Esq.
.)f Sliardiloes, Bucks, and hy her (who d. 7 April, 1858) had
issue,

[ I. John Francis, now of Cornwell Manor.
f 11. Anthony William, Capt. Prince of Wales' Own Norfolk

ArtiUery Militia, 6. 1 Dec. 1831 ; ra. 13 Sept. 1877, Isabella

Emma, dau. of Lieut.-Col. William Tyrwhitt Drake, and

d. 23 Sept. 1886, having by her (who d. 31 July, 1882) had

issue,

I wM^'^'^rHT^', ]6.22Feh.lS79.
William Adolphus )

Robert Charles, b. 24 July, 1882.

HI. Edward Thomas, &. 26 July, 1841 ; m. 23 Feb. 1870, Mary

S Alice, eldest dau. of Charles Shillingl'ord, of JIansbai, Pur-

t ncah, Bengal, and has had issue,

I Edward Charles, b. 23 May, 1873.

I Henry Anthony, b. 18 Jan. 1875.

I Francis James, b. 2 Aug. 1878; d. 15 Nov. same year.

! Francis Thomas, 6. 4 March, 1880.
Louisa Alice, b. 7 Feb. 1871.
Florence, l>. 10 March, 1872.
Emily Elizabeth, 6. 5 March, 1876.
! I. Isabella Katherine, b. 17 Dec. 1829

Henry Staniforth Patteson. Esq.
1 n. Charlotte Anne, b. 17 Feb, 1834; m.

Joseph Calveley Uordern.
- HI. Louisa Eleanor, b. 14 Aug. 1836.
j rv. Fanny Elizabeth, 6. 30 July, 1839; rd. 6 May, 18G8,

Thomas Calthorpe Blofeld, Esq.
■ V. Blanche Emily, b. 4 July, 1815; m. 1 May, 1867, Arthur

Wihiam Partridge, Esq.
Eev. John Anthony Partridge d. 27 Feb. 1861.
' ^rms— Arg., three Cornish choughs, ppr. and for distinc-
tion in the centre chief point a cross-crosslet gu. Crest — A
.gryphon statant sa., cl:arged for distinction withacross-crosslet
arg. Motto — Virtus invicta vigit.
f 5f(i£— Cornwell Manor, Chipping Norton.
li Ciw&— Conservative.



; m. 4 June,
20 May, 1863,



1850,
Eev.



PEPLOE OF GARNSTONE.

Peploe, Daniel Henky TuEOPHiLrs, Esq. of
Garnstone Castle, co. Hereford, J. P. and D.L., h.
24 April, 1861 ; m. 11 Dec. 1890, Sydney Katherine,
eldest dau. of Spencer Chapman, Esq. of 84,
Eccleston Square, and has issue,

Daniel Spencer, b. 3 Oct. 1891.
Keith, b. 26 July, 1893.

Iiineagre — Right Eev. Samdel Peploe, D.D., Rector, first
elKeddkston, co. Derby, then Vicar of Preston, co. Lancaster,
aftenvards Warden of Manchester, was consecrated Bishop of
Chester 1726. He m. Anne, only dau. of Thomas Browne,
Esq. of Shredicote, co. Stafford, and had Issue, Samdel, his
heir; Mary, to. Frances Jadrell, Esq. of Yeardsley; Anne, m.
James Bayley, Registrar of the diocese of Chester; and



Elizabeth, m. John Bradshaw, Esq. of Manchester. The
Bishop d. 21 Feb. 1752, at the ago of 84. His monument in
Chester Cathedral represents him as the descendant of ar»
ancient Shropshire family. His only son and heir,

Ven. Samuel Peploe, LL.D., Chancellor of Chester, Arch-
deacon of Eichmond, and Warden of Manchester, m. 1st,
Anne, dau. of Eev. Thomas Birch, Eector of Hampton Bishop,
CO. Hereford, and Vicar of Preston-cum-Lancaster, younger
brother of John Birch, Esq., M.P., Col. in the Parliamentar>'
army, and 3rd son of Samuel Birch, Esq. of the Manor of
Ardwick, in the parish of Manchester, descended from the-
family of Birch, of Birch, co. Lancaster, and had an onlr
son, John. Dr. Peploe m. 2ndly, Eebecca, dau. of Edward
Roberts, Deputy-Registrar of Chester, which lady d. s. p^
29 Oct. 1779. He d. 22 Oct. 1781, at the age of 82, and was *.
by his son,

John Peploe, Esq., whos. 1752, to the estates of Garnstone,.
under the will of his uncle, Samuel Birch, Esq., and assumed
in consequence the additional surname and arms of Birch.
He 1)1. Anne, only dau. and heir of AVilliam Clowes, Esq. of
Hunt's Bank, co. Lancaster, and by that lady (who d. 6 Maj-,
1820) had issue,

I. Samoel, his heir.

I. Anne, m. 1791, Daniel Webb, Esq., of Audley Square,
London, and by him (who d. Is28) had issue,

1 Daniel Peploe Webb, who assumed the surname of
Peploe and rf. A|iril, 1866.

2 John Birch Webb, late of Garnstone.

3 George Samuel Webli, m. Anna, dau. of Henry deEinzy,
Esq., Secretary to the Grand Jury, co. Wexford, and had
a dau. Mary Anne, ra. Willian Croker Harvey, Esq.,.
Treasurer of co. Wexford.

1 Ann.

2 Mary Anne, m. John Mapes Ensor, Esq.

3 Elizabeth.

4 Caroline, m. Jordaine Dennett, Esq.

II. Mary, d. unra.

Mr. Peploe-Birch, who served as High Sheriff for co. Here-
ford, 1768, d. 26 Jan. 1S05, in his 63rd year, and was «. by
his son,

Samuel Peploe, Esq. of Garnstone, J.P. andD.L., b. 1 July,
1774; m. March, 1796, Katherine Frances, eldest dau. of Sir
George Cornewall, 2nd B.ait., of Moccas Court, which lady
('. s. p. 17 March, 1831. Mr. Peploe at his decease was s. by
his nephew,

Daniel Peploe Webb, Capt. in the army, who assumed'
the surname of Peploe on becoming of Garnstone. He-
served as High Sheriff 1845, and dying 1866, was s. by his
brother.

Rev. John Birch Peploe, of Garnstone, Vicar of Weobley,
who also assumed the surname of Peploe. He to. 1828, Annie,
dau. of John Molyneux, Esq., and(;. 26 Jan. 1862, having had
issue,

I. Daniel, late of Garnstone.

II. Augustus Henry, m. 1S67, Frances Capel, dau. of Col,
Curti.-;, and has issue, a son.

III. Hanmer William (Itev.), Vicar of St. Paul's, Onslow
Square, 6. 1 Oct. 1837; m. 11 April, 1863, Prances Emily,
dau. of the Hon. Mr. Justice Lush, and has issue,

1 John Harold, 6. 18 March, 1864.

2 Robert Murray Watkin, b. 9 Nov. 1865.

3 Francis Hanmer, b. 1 May, 1867.

4 Henry Guy, b. 4 Nov. 18(is.

5 Howard, 6. 12 Feb. 1870.

I. Gertrude Elizabeth, m 1861, Rev. J. Hearn Poppelwcll.

II. Eleanora Maria, m. 1857, Thomas Myers Croome, Esq.

III. Ella Maryamie, m. Rev. W. H. Hutchinson.

Daniel Peploe Peploe, Esq. of Garnstone, B.A., J.P. and.
D.L., Major 4th Dragoon Guards, M.P. for co. Hereford 1874-
80; b. 15 Feb. 1829; m. 26 June, 1860, Eliza Debonnairo-
Theophila, youngest dau. of Sir Thomas Theopliilus Metcalfe,
4th Bart, of Fern Hill, and had issue,

I. Daniel Henry Theophilus, now of Garnstone.

II. Fitzgerald Curnewali. 0. 5 Sept. Is02.

III. Hugh Metcalfe Scott, b. 22 Sept. 1863; d. 7 July,
1869.

I. Evelyn Thcophila, d. 22 M.ay, 1873.

II. Winifred Theodora Debonnaire.

Mr. D. P. Peploe if. 4 Xov. 1887, and was .?. by his elstc.-t
son.

_^rms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th az., on a chevron embattled
counter-embattled arg., between three bugle-horns stringed or.
a mitre with labels of the Held, on a canton erm. a crozier or,
and a sword in saltire gu., the former surmounted by the lat-
ter, for Peploe ; 2nd and 3rd or a cross paly sa. and az. ; in
the 1st and 4th quarters, an eagle displayed of the si-cond, for
Webb. fit«(«— Peploe : A ducal coronet or, issuant there-
from a reindeer's head gu. attired or, charged on the neck with



15%



PEP



THE LANDED GENTRY.



PEP



a human eye shedding drops of tears, ppr. Webb : An eagle
displayed sa. semee de fleurs-de-lis or, in the mouth a trefoil
vert.

Seat — Gamstone Castle, Weobley, Hereford.

Town liesidence — 2i, Sloane Gardens, S.W.



PEPPER OF BALLYGARTH.

Pepper, Ciiakles, Esq. of Ballygarth Castle, co.
Meath, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1887, Major
5th Batt. Leinster Eegt., M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.,
d. 1 Nov. 1845 ; *. 1884.

liineag-e.— Capt. George Pepper obtained, 1606, a con-
firmation of a previous grant of Ballygarth and other lands,
CO. Meath, the forfeited estate of Viscount Netterville; he
vas J.P. for that co. 1662, and also a Commissioner for Meath
inder the statute 10 William 111. cap. 3. By Hannah his
Aife he had issue,

I. Simeon, of whom presently.

ji. Gilbert, of Dublin, ?«. 1st, a dau. of Mr. Justus Otgher.
a wealthy Turkey Merchant in London, and 2ndly, Evelyn,
dau. of Daniel Parke, Esq., Governor and Admiral of the
Leeward and Caribbee Islands. By the latter, who took out
iidministration to her husband 30 Dec. 1742 (he d. in 1736),
iie had issue,

1 Parke Pepper, Lieut.-Col. 49th Foot, m. twice. By the
1st wife he had no issue; by his 2nd he had (with other
issue) a dau., m. 1st, Major John Phinkenett, who d. 1
Jan. 1758, and 2ndly, Mr. Dixon; and a son, Samuel,
who 771. Ann Satur, and had issue, one son and four daus.,
Parke, Lieut. 49th Foot, m. Miss English, and had an
only child, Jane Evelyn, m. 1794, Mr. Simon Whyte;
Anne, in. Dr. Maule, of Leicester; Evelyn, in. Senior
Davis, Esq.; Jane, m. 21 Jan. 1775, John Pittar, Esq. ;
Charity, m. Arthur Eichards Neville, Esq. Col. Parke
Pepper d. in 1777.

2 George Pepper.

«i. John, a Major-Gen., Col. of the 8th Eoyal Iri^h Hussars
jifter the fall of Brjgadier-Gen. Killigrew at the battle of
Almanza, 25 April, 1707, M.P. for Oban 1715. HU will is
dated 12 Oct. 1725, and was proved 1 Jan. 1725-26. His only
child, Hannah Pepper, m. Rev. Ossory Medlicott, Rector of
St. George's, Hanover Square.

f. Susannah, m. Brabazon Moore, Esq. of Ardee, son of the
Hon. Randle Moore, and grandson of Charles, 2nd Viscount
Drogheda.

II. Hannah, in. Francis Holder, Esq. iii. Mary.
The eldest son,

Simeon Pepper, Esq. of Ballygarth, was a Commissioner
ioT Meath, with his father, under 10 William 111., cap. 3, to
■collect the sum charged on that co. ; he d. v. p. ; his will is
<lated 18 Nov. 1701, and was proved 5 Dec. following; he m.
15 Aug. 1688, Rose dau. of the Hon. Oliver Lambart, son of
ist Earl ofCavan, and by her (who in. 2ndly, Christopher
Nicholson, Esq. of Balrath, co. Meath, and d. 9 Dec. 1737), had
issue,

I. George, of whom presently. :i. Simon.

in. Lambart, in. Ist, Nov. 1730. Jane, dau. of Thomas

Otway, Esq. of Castle Otway, co. Tipperary, and by her had

issue,

I George of Knockalton, co. Tipperary, m. 17.59, Cathe-
rine, dau. of Marmaduke Andrews, Esq., and sister of
John Andrews, Esq. of Firmount, and (<. s. p.

2 Theobald, whose only child (by his wife. Elizabeth
Westropp, of Curraghbridge.co. Limerick;, Lydia Pepper
VI. Michael Roberts, Esq. of Kilmoney, co. Cork. '

3 Thomas, Major 14th Light Dragoons, afterwards of
Laughton, King's co., m. Mary, dau. of John Ryder,
D.D., Archbishop of Tuam, and had a son, Thomas
Ryder, High Sheriff of King's co. 1792, who m. Anne,
dau. of John Bloomfield, Esq. of Newport, co. Tipperary,'
and sister of Benjamin, 1st Lord Bloomfield, but had no
is.sue.

4 Simon, Capt. 14th Light Dragoons, m. circa 1755,
Eleanor, 2nd dau. of John Andrews, Esq. of Firmount,
Kings CO., and d. Aug. 1821, leaving issue,

•George, 6. 1777; d. unm. 1842.

Lambart, b. 1779; m. 181S, Hannah, dau. of —West-
ropp, Esq. of Fort Anne, co. Clare, and d. s. /). 1825.

.Simon, Capt. 12th Liglit Dragoon Guards and Queen's
Bays, b. 1781 ; d. unm. 1813.

John, d. aged 15.

Christopher Nicholson, an Officer R.N., d. unm.

3Iaunsell, d. unm. 1843.

Theobald, of Lisaniskea, formerly an Officer in the 3rd
Dragoon Guards, 6. .Sept. 1794; m. Jan. 1S23. Margaret,
dau. of John Willir.gton, Esq. of Castle Willington, co.
Tipperary, and d. Oct. 1865, leaving issue by her (who
<i. 16 June, 1877),
John Willington, now of Lisaniskea.
fieorge Nicholson, Major (now retired as Lieut.-Col.)



3 ist Foot, served in the Crimea. He m. 10 Sent
1867



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