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, Ellen, dau. of John Churchill. Esq , and h-i
issue, 1 George Robertson, b. 6 Feb. 1872; 2 Anothe
son, 6. 22 March, 1877; 1 Kate Ellen; 2 Margarei
Louisa Amyrelda; 3 Another dau.
Jane Willington, m. the late Percy William Corn
wallis Lipyealt, Esq., son of Charies Lipyeatt Esn
of The Priory, Dawlish, Devon, and left issue '

Eliza Chariotte, m. Ralph Bromfield Fisher, Esq c
Fisherwick Park, Westraoriand, Capt. Cumberlanl
Militia, who d. 24 April, 1869, and had issue. Hi-
widow d. 4 Nov. 1877.
Hampden Nicholson, a Retired Lieut.-Col. Bengal Art!'-
lery, b. 1790 ; m. 1847, Penelope Briggs, of Bandon
and had an only child, Penelope Susanna, m. 10 Sept
ls69, Charies Edward Tuthill, Esq., Barrister-at-Law
Mr. H. N. Pepper was drowned at Kilkee 1855.
John, of Lismore House, Nenagh, b. 1793.
Thomas, formeriy of the Civil Department of the Ord-
nance in Dublin Castle, b. 17 Dec. 1795 ; d. 31 Aug.

Amelia, d. 21 March, 1855.

Catherine, to. 1806, David Joyce, Esq. of Norwood co
Tipperary; he d. 31 May, 1861. '

Capt. Lambart Pepper m. 2ndly, 24 Aug. 1753, Lydia, dau
of John Preston. Esq. of Bellinter, co. Meath, but by h. ■•
had no issue. His will is dated 8 Aug. 177o, and was proved
25 .June, 1776. He d. 22nd April, 1776.
I. Elinor, m. Christopher Nicholson, Esq. of Balrath.
The eldest son,

George Pepper, Esq. of Ballygarth, b. 1633; m. Anne, dau.
of the Right Hon. Sir Thomas Taylour, 1st Bart, of Headfort,
grandfather of Thomas, 1st Earl Bective, and by her (who d.
19 April, 1749) left an only child,

Tuomas Pepper, Esq., M.P. for Kells 1761 and 1768, b.
1733; )». Henrietta, eldest dau. and eventual co-heir of Richard
Moore, Esq. of Banie, co. Tipperary, and by her (who d. 21
April, 1831, aged 84) had issue,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. George, successor to his brother Thomas.

HI. Richard, H.E.I. C.S., afterwards Major co. Meath Militia,
b. 12 May, 1778; m. Margaret, dau. of Rev. John Aldwell'
of CO. Tipperary, and d. 27 Dec. 1871, leaving an only child,

IV. Henry, C.B., Col., H.E.LC.S., commanded the 14th
Bengal N.l. at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore b
1780 ; d. unm. 4 March, 1828.

V. Hercules, C.B., Col. H.E.I. C.S., commanded 34th Madras
N.i., served as a Brigadier in Burmah, under Sir Archibald
Campbell, and d. unm. in India 25 July, 1826, of wounds
received in action in Pegu.

VI. Charles Hampden, Lieut.-Col. commanding the 27th
Foot. For sixteen years he served in Italy, under the com-
mand of Sir John Stuart, and in the Peninsula, under the
Duke of Wellington. He was b. 1783, and d. 21 Oct. 1848 :
m. Matilda Mary, dau. of Arthur French St. George, Esq.
of Tyrone House, co. Galway, and Lady Harriet St. Law-
rence his wife, dau. of William, Eari of Howth, and by her
(who d. 19 Aug. 1853, aged 46) has surviving issue,

1 Thomas St. George, late of Ballygarth.

2 Charles, now of Ballygarth.

1 Harriet Mary. 2 Matilda Victoria Mary.

VII. Edward (Rev.), Prebendary of Monmohenock, Diocese
of Dublin, m. 1st, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Rev. William
Hales, D.D., which lady d. 8 April, i860. He m. 2ndly, 16
Aug. 1864, Frances Mary, dau of William R. Yeilding,
Esq., J.P., and widow of John FitzGerald, Esq. Barrister-
at-Law. f-h," d. 5 April, 1872. He d. s. j>. 10 May, 1870.

VIII. Octavius, an Officer in the 28th Foot, d. unm. 1865.

I. Henrietta, d. unm.

II. Anne, in. Rev. George Hamilton, of Hampton Hall, co.
Dublin; d. 8 Feb. 1849, and was mother of Right Hon.
George Alexander Hamilton. M.P.

III. Charlotte, d. unm. 5 June, 1834.

IV. Harriet, m. 6 Aug. 1801, James Corry Lowry, Esq. of
Rockdale, co. Tyrone, and d. 18 April, 1834.

The eldest son,

Thomas Pepper, Esq. of Ballygarth Castle, LieuJ-Col. Eoyal
Meath Militia, M.P. for Kells at the time of the Union, and
High Sheriff of Meath 1802, 6. 12 Oct. 1774; to. Mary Louisa,
elder dau. of Rev. William Hales, D.D., and by her (who d.
9 May, 1862) had no issue. He d. 9 Oct. 1857, and was s. by
his brother,

Capt. George Pepper, of Ballygarth Castle and Mosney,
Julianstown, co. Meath, High Sheriff of Meath 1813, b. 15 Sept.
1775, d. unm. 10 Dec. 1860, and was s. by his nephew,

Thomas St. George Pepper, of Ballygarth, J.P and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1SC6, 6. 13 July, 1835; d. unm. 21 July, 1884.

Arms — Gu., on a chevron arg. between three demi-lionfl
rampant couped or, as many grains of pepper ppr., in the
centre chief point a trefoil slipped of the second. Ci-est—A.
demi-liun rampant guardant or. Motto— Semper erectus.

i«ai— Ballygarth Castle, Julianstown, co. Meath.






Pekceyal, Alexander Ascelin Charles
Philip Spencer, Esq. of Temple House, co. Sligo,
h. 29 Dec. 1885.

Lineage. — George Perceval, 6. 15 Sept. 1G35, youngest
son of Sir Philip Perceval, Knt, the distinguished statesman
(ftreat-grandfather of John, 1st Earl of Kgmoni), by Catherine
Usher his wife, dau. of Arthur Usher and granddau. of Sir
William Usher, Clerk of the Council, was Registrar of the
i'rerogative Court, Dublin. He m. Mary, dau. and heir of
William Crofton, Esq. of Temple House, co. Sligo, and by her
(who m. 2ndly, 30 April, 1677, Eichard Aldworth, Esq. of
Stanlake, Berks, and Newmarket, co. Cork) had issue,

I. Philip, his heir.

II. William (Very Rev.), Archdeacon of Cashel, Prebendary
of St. John's, Dublin, and Dean of Emiy, 6. 14 Dec. 1671 :
m. 5 April, 1708, Catherine, dau. of Henry Prittie, Esq. of
Silvermines, co. Tipperary, and dying 2'J Aug. 1734, left
i*sue by her (who was b. 21 Dec. 1681, and d. 3 Dec. 1730)
ihree sons and one dau.,

1 Kene (Rev.), D.D., Vicar of Powerscourt and of Castle

2 William, Barrister-at-Law, d. 2 Aug. 1784, leaving, by
his 2nd wife, Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Ward, Esq., three
sons, Charles (Rev.), Rector of Churchtown, co. Cork
(whose daus. were Helena, wife of J. C. Graves, Esq.
[gee Graves of CLophran Castle], and Caroline, wife of
Charles Perceval, Esq.); William John, Capr. in the
army ; and Robert, grandfather of Robert Perceval
Maxwell, Esq. of Finnebraye.

3 Charles (Rev.), Rector of Mitchelstown, 6. 7 Dec. 1713;
d. 9 Aug. 1785.

1 Catherine, vi. 22 Oct. 1737, Brewster Laughlin, Esq.

III. Charles, Major of Brigadier Hunt Wither's Regt. of
Dragoons 1710, served in Portugal with great reputation,
was Governor of Dcnia, in Spain, which he gallantly de-
fended, b. 8 Feb. 1674; killed in a duel at Lisbon 6 May,

I. Catherine, 6. 26 Jan. 1666; m. George Brereton, Esq. of
Carrigslaney, co. Carlow. She d. 10 Jan. 1728.
George Perceval was drowned near Holyhead, on his voyage
to England, with the Earl of Meath and ether persons of dis-
tinction, 25 March, 1675. His eldest son and heir,

Philip Perceval, Esq. of Temple House, co. Sligo b. 3 Aug.
1670; m. 1691, Elizabeth, dau. of John D'Aberon, Esq. of
Wandsworth, Surrey, and dying 1704, left, with other issue,
u son and heir,

John Perceval, Esq. of Temple House, 6. 1700; 17 Oct.
1722, Anne, dau. of Joshua Cooper, Esq. of Markree, co. Sligo,
and dying 1754, was s. by his eldest son,

Philip Perceval, Esq. of Temple House, 6. 18 Oct. 1723;
)ii. Mary, dau. and co-heir of Guy Carleton, Esq. of Rossfad,
and dying 1787, wass. by his son,

GcY Carleton Perceval, Esq., who d. s. p. 1792, and was
«. by his brother,

Kev. Philip Perceval, of Temple House, «?. 1783, Anne,
dau. of Alexander Carroll, Esq. of Dublin, and had issue, three
i-ons and two daus., Philip, d. wmre. ; Alexander, his heir;
Guy, d. unm; Anne, ??!. John Drought, Esq. ; and Mary in.
John Warburton, Esq. The 2nd son,

Alexander Perceval, Esq. of Temple House, co. Sligo,
J. P., Lieut.-Col. Sligo Militia, Serjeant-at-.4rnis to the House
of Lords, b. 10 Feb. 1787 ; to. 11 Feb. 1808, Jane Anne, eldest
dau. of Col. L'Estrange, of Moystown, King's co., and by her
(who d. 20 Jan. 1847) had surviving issue,
Philip, formerly Lieut. Royal Horse Guards, 6. 19 Jlarch,
1813; jii. 1st, 1 July, 1843, Frederica I'enelope, youngest
dau. of Col. Hugh Baillie, of Red Castle, N.B., and has
issue, Alexander Clitton, 6. 1847, d. unm., Hugh Spencer
Dudley, b. 3 April, 1856, and a dau. Maria (deceased;, who
TO. July, 1866, Goring Apsley, 2nd son of M. Traherne, Esq.,
M.P. He m. 2ndly, 9 Jan. 1868, the Hon. Ernestine Wel-
lington Sidney, dau. of Philip Charles, 1st Lord de Lisle
and Dudley, and has issue, Philip, b. 26 Nov. 1868 ; m. liiH2,
Silvia, dau. of John Postle Haseltine, Esq. of Walhampton,
Lymington; Ernest, b. 1871, d. young; Kathleen Sophy,
twin with Philip; Ernestine, d. 1887.
Henry, b. 2 Nov. 1819; m. Elizabeth Letitia, only child of
John Hutchinson, Esq.
Alexander, of whom presently.

Charles George Guy, b. 27 May, 1831 ; m. Ellen, 3rd dau. of
W. Inglis, Esq., H.B.M. Consul at Port Said, Egypt, and
has issue, one son, Alexander Charles Guy, b. 1871.
Elizabeth Dora, to. Rev. William N. Guinness, and d. 1845.

Sophia, m. Rev. William Willoughby Wynne, deceased.
Georgiana Sarah. Maria Frances. Emily Jane.

Col. Perceval, who represented co. Sligo in Parliament for
several years, d. 9 Dec. 1858. His 3rd son,
Alexander Perceval, Esq. of Temple House, Barris:cr-at-

Law, 6. 25 June, 1821; to.22 July, 1858, Annie E. youngest dau.
of George de Blois, Esq., and d. 8 May, 1866, having by her
(who d. 11 April, 1886) had issue,
t. Alexander, of Temple House.
II Robert Jardine, b. 22 Oct. 1«60; d. 11 Dec. 1862.
III. Philip Dudley, 6. 11 Dec 1865, m. 22 June. 1892, Murie.
Caroline Louisa, eldest dau. of Owen Wynne, Esq. of
Hazelwood, Sligo.

I. Jeannie, 7n. Dec. 1881, Sir Charles Larcom, Bart., whoti.
28 March, 1892, leaving issue.

II. Sophie, TO. July, 1884, Arthur Larcom, Esq.

He d. 8 May, 1866, and was s. by his eldest son,

Alexander Perceval, Esq. of Temple House, co. Sligo, J.P,
and D.L., High Sheriff co. Sligo 1882, b. 30 Oct. 1859; m. 3
Feb. 1881, Charlotte Jane, eldest dau. of Charles William
O'Hara, Esq. of Annaghmore, co. Sligo, and d. 22 July, 1887,
having had issue,

Alexander Ascelin Charles Philip Spencer, now ofi
Temple House.

Sibyl Annie, 6. 17 July, 1882 ; d. 22 Jan. 1884.

Arms — Arg., on a chief indented gu. three crosses patt^e of
the field. Ci-est—A thistle erect, leaved ppr. Mottoes — Over
the crest, Yvery; under the shield. Sub cruce Candida.

Seat — Temple House, Ballymote.


Perkins, Duncombe Steele, Esq. of Orton Hall,
CO. Leicester, J.P., b. 18 Jan. 1838, late Lieut.
Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry.

Lineagre. — The family of Perkins was originally settled!
in CO. Warwick, and became possessed of the manors of Orton-
on-the-Hill, Morebarne, Beanhills, and The Westons, by pur
chase in the reign of Charles II.

John Steele, Esq., who purchased the Leicester estates, to.
Sarah, dau. of Edward Nicolls, Esq. of Hendon, Middlesex,,
and d. 28 Oct. 1675, having had two daus., Theodosia, m. Sir
Charles Bromfield, 3rd Bart, of Barton-under-Needwood, co.
Stafford, and d. s. p., and

Sarah Steele, to. Rev. John Perkins, M.A., Vicar of Orton
and Rector of Kislingbury, co. Northampton, and had a son,

John Perkins, Esq., vi. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of
Richard Farmer, Esq. of Witherly, co. Leicester, and was-
father of

Samuel Steele Perkins, Esq. m. Mary, dau. and co-heir of
Joseph Shirley, Esq. of Burton-ou-Trent, and was father of

Shirlei Farmer Steele Perkins, Esq. of Orton Hall and
Sutton Coldfield, J.P, and D.L., Barrister-at-Law, 6. 17 April,.
1768; TO. 21 May, 1973, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Joseph
Duncombe, Esq. of Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, 2nd son of
John Duncombe, Esq. of Wribbcnhall, and grandson of Stynt
Duncombe, who was nephew of Sir Francis Duncombe, Ist
Bart, of Tangley Park, and by her (who d. 1801) had issue,

Shirley Steele, b. 1794; d. 1806.
DoNcoMBE Steele, of whom presently.
William Steele, of Sutton Coldfield, 6. 6 Sept. 1799: to.
12 May, 1825, Sarah Penelope, dau. of Rupert Chawner,
M.D., of Burton-on-Trent, and had issue, with several daus.,
three sons, George Duncombe, of Sutton Coldfield, co.
Warwick, 6. 1835, Hon. Col. and Lieut.-Col. Commanding
2nd W^arwickshire Militia ; Edmund Steele, b. 1830; Charles-
Steele, b. 1842.
Elizabeth Steele, to. Stanley Pipe Wolferstan, Esq. of Stat-
fold Hall, CO. Stafford.
Mr Steele Perkins, m. 2ndly, Susan, sister of Gen. Sharpe, of
Hoddam Castle, co. Dumfries, M.P., but by her (who d. 1827>
had no issue. He d. 15 Jan. 1852. His son.

Rev. DnNcoMBE Steele Perkins, of Orton Hall. &. 29 July,
1795 : TO. 1827, Anne, dau. of Josiah Gist, Esq. of Wormington
Grange, co. Gloucester, and had issue, Duncombe Steele,
now of Orton Hall. Mr. Steele Perkins d. 3 Nov. 1882.

Arms—Sa., an eagle displayed arg., on a canton of the last a.
fesse dancettee of the first. Ci-est— Out of a ducal coronet or,
a unicorn's head arg. i/o«o— Toujours loyale.
Seat— Ortoa Hall, Atherstone.


Peeeins, Charles William Dyson, Esq. of
Ashfield, CO. Worcester, b. 25 May, 1864 ; m. 16
Oct. 1889, Catherine Christina, dau. of A. A.
Gregory, Esq. of Inverness, and has issue, James
Allan Dyson, b. 20 Nov. 1890, and Charles
Francis Dyson, b. 23 March, 1892.
Lineage.— This family migrated to Chaddesley from





Stone, CO. Worcester, where they were settled as early as
the time of James I.

James I'ebkins, Esq. of Chaddesley Corbett, co. Worcester,
M. 23 Oct. 17S6, Mary Giles, of the same place, and d. 17 Sept.
1829, leaving a son,

William Perkins, Esq. of Worcester, m. 22 Jan. 182.3,
Sarah, dau. of Thomas Dy.son, Esq. of HuddorsSeld, co. York,
and by her (who d. 12 July, ISiJS) had issue,

I. James Dtson, late of Davenham Bank.

II. William, d. unm.

HI. Thomas Henry, vi. 25 Aufr. 1S64, Amelia, dau. of Han-
bury Hopkins, Ksq., and has issue, William Dyson, Amelia
Maude, and Alice Mary.
IV. Frederick, d. urim. v. Charles, d. unm.

1. Marj- Jane, m. 24 May, 1859, Francis liarnitt, Esq. of
Woodside, Worcester, and issue, William Dyson, Her-
bert Perrins, Sarah Louisa, Clara Isabel, and Ethel Mary.
3Ir. Perrins d. 6 Jan. 1S67. His eldest son,

James Dyson Pebeins, Esq. of Davenham Bank, co. Worces-
«er, J.P., High Sheriff 18S5, b. 27 Nov. 1823; m. 3 June,
1856, Frances Sarah, eldest dau. of James Perrins, Esq. of
Cheltenham, and d. 1887, havins; had issue,

I. Charles William Dtson, now of Ashfield.

I. Frances Isabel, 711. lb Sept. 18X1, Hev. William Herbert
Seddon, B.A., Vicar of Tittle Aston, Lichfield.

II. Sarah Gertrude, m. 22 June, 1881, liev. Beresford Potter,
M.A., Rector of St. Peter's, March, Ely.

III. Alice Mary, d. 28 April, laCO.

IV. Ellen Mary.

.S«ni— Ashfield, Great Malvern.


(See jSToel of Bell Hall.)

Peeet, Thomas Alotsius, Esq. of Bitliam
House, Avon Dasset, co. Warwick, .T.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1882, b. 12 June, 1820 ; m. 22 Sept.
1840, Helen, only dau. of William Knight, Esq.
of Houghton, CO. Lancaster, by Dorothy his wife,
and niece and heir of Joseph Kniglit, Esq. of
•Chelsea, and by her (who d. Ib75) has had issue,

I. Joseph Knight, d. 1846.

ji. William Stanislaus, d. 1847.

I. Mary, m. Jan. 1870, Roger Joseph Mostyn, Esq., youngest

sonof Sir Edward Mostyn, 7th Bart., of Talacre, and d.

1884. II. Helen, d. 1874.

Jii. Georgina Mary, m. 21 April, 186S, the Right Hon. the

O'Conor Don, and d. 1872.
IV. Agnes Mary, ra. 21 April, 1868, Wilfrid Francis Tempest,

Esq. of Ackworth Grange, co. York, and d. 1385.
. V. Anna Maria, m. Nov. 1880, Sir Pyers William Blostyn,

0th Bart, of Talacre.
VI. Pauline Marie Therese.

Liineagre.— Thomas Perry, son of Thomas Perry and
Anne Hopkins his wife, was of Welsh extraction. He m. 1819,
Mary Ann Budd, and by her (who d. 27 March, 1858) had
issue, besides the present Tuomas Alotsius Pebrt, Esq. of
Bitham House, another son, Peter James Perry, m. Alice,
<lau. of William Barron Rodway, Esq., and four daus., Mary,
■deceased; Frances Elizabeth, deceased; Matilda Veronica;
iind Ann, deceased, professed nuns of the Order of Mercy,

Arms — Arg., on a pile vert three pears stalked and leaved
or, impaling, in right of his wife, the arms of Knight, viz.,
gu., two lions rampant in fesse, and witliin a bordure arg. a
canton erm., thereon a spur or. Crest — A gryphon sejant,
wings elevated or, the wings fretty vert, and resting the
•dexter claw upon a mascle or. A/o((o— Recte agf ns contido.

£eat — Bitham House, Avon Dasset, near Leamington.


Peeet, Samuel, Esq. of Woodrooff, co. Tippe-
rary, J.P. and D.L., late of the 12th Eoyal Lancers,
h. 15 Sept. 1839 ; m. 25 June, 1867, Mary de la
Poer, 2nd dau. of John Power, Esq. of Grurteen, co.
Waterford, and has issue,

I. William, 6. 19 Feb. 1869.
u. John, 6. 30 Nov. 1875.

II. Mary,
v. Florence.

III. Edith.
VI. Harriette.

I. F'rances.

IV. Kathlene.

vii. Blanche.

liineagre.— John Perrt, Esq. of Woodrooff, co. Tip
perary, whose will bears date 1709, and was proved 1710, hai
bv Elizabeth his wife, with other children, two sons, John am
Samdel. The eldest son, John, of Woodrooff, d. s. p., am
by his will, which bears date 1 June, 1757, and was provee
1759, devised his estates to his nephew, William. The othe;

Samuel Perry, Esq., m. Phoebe, dau. of William Noroott
Esq., and had issue,
William, of whom hereafter.

Richard, of Coik, Merchant, m. 1st, Ellen, dau. of Aldermai
Lavitt, and had a son, Samuel, who m. and had issue. Hi
m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. ot Adam Newman, Esq. of Dromore
and had issue, 1 Adam; 2 Kichard ; 3 William Newmar
(Kev.); 4 Charles; and 1 Mary, wife of Capt. Jame
Dorcas, m. William Warren, E.-^q., 2nd brother of Sir Rober

Warren, 1st Bart, of Warren's Court.
Elizabeth, wife of — Kiddell.

The elder son,

William Perry, Esq., as nephew and devisee of his unci
John, s. to the family estate, and m. 13 June, 1764, Anne, dau
of Belchel Peddar, Esq., and had issue. Mr. Perry d. Oct
1791, and was s. by his eldest son,

Samdel Perry, Esq. of Woodrooff, 6. 12 May, 17G5; .1
March, 1791, the Hon. Deborah Prittie, 2nd dau. of Henry, 1;
Lord Dunally, and by her (who d. 20 Aug. 1829) had issue,
William, his heir.

Heniy Prittie (Rev.), 6. 16 March, 1798; m. Lady Catln
rine Bourke, 3rd dau. of the Hon. and Rev. Richard Bourkc
Bishop of Waterford, and sister of Robert, 5th Earl <
Mayo, and had issue, two sons and six daus. The eldei
son, Samuel, m. Klizabeth J<ine, 2nd dau. of J. Hasting
Otway, Esq., Recorder of Belfast.
Samuel, 6. Z2 June, 1801; m. Thomasine Isabella, dan. (
Horace Townsend, Esq. of Woodside, co. Cork, and d. a. 3
Nov. 1 87 1.

Catherine, m. 1815, William Barton, Esq. of Groye, ci
Anne, in. Mathew Sankey, Esq. of Coolmore. Mary.
Phoebe, m. Sampson Towgood French, Esq. of Cuskinny, c

Mr. Perry d. 5 May, 1829.

William Perry, Esq. of Woodrooff, J.P. and D.L., Hip
Sheriff 1828, b. 13 Feb. 1793; to. 12 Oct. 1833, Mary, 3rd dai
of Major Langley, of Brittas Castle, co. Tipperary, and h;

Samuel, now of Woodrooff. Maria, d. 1852.

Mary Anne Deborah Margaret, m. 24 Oct. 18G7, Willia:

Thomas Erskine Bookey, Esq. J.P., late Capt. of the Car.


He d. 13 July, 1869.

Seat — Woodrooff, Clonmel.


Peesse, William Arthur, of Roxborough, a

Galway, Capt. R.A., b. 8 Sept. 1863 ; s. his fathf'

1893 ; m. 18 Jan. 1894, the dau. of Lieut.-Col. .

H. Wolsteyn Gehle.

liineagre. — Rev. Edward Persse, who is stated to ha«
gone to Ireland from Northumberland, purchased about tl
year 1620 an estate near Dublin, called Luttrelstown.
Jane, his wife, he had issue, two sons and one dau., DuDM
(Rev.), Robert, and Jane. The elder son,

Veky Rev. Dddiey Persse, Dean of Kilmacduagh, »,
Miss Crofton, of Moate, co. Roscommon, and had issue t?
sous, I. Henry, his heir; William, of Spring Garden, c
Galway, m. Miss Alice Fox, and had two sons, David ai
Patrick, and seven daus. He purchased Spring Garden, c
Galway, and lived there until he purchased Roxboroug
in the same county. Dean Persse's daus. were to. as follows
The eldest to Edward Galbraith, a Major in King Willuw
army; the 2nd to Capt. Collis; the 3rd to Dease Nech(
cotl; the 4th, to Ornisby, ofTubbaravaddy ; the 5th, to Hie
man, of co. Clave ; the 6th, to Blakeney, co. Boscommo
the 7th, to Walsh, co. Meath. The Dean d. aged 95 yea'
and was interred at the church of Killinan, adjacent
his mansion at Roxborough, leaving his estates to his eldi

Henry Persse, Esq. of Roxborough. He »/i. Anne, dau.
Robert Stratford, Esq., M.P., aunt of John, 1st Eurl of A





^0l■o^sh, and had issue, two sons and a dau., viz., i. RonEET ;
II. Francis, who m. Miss Saiah Skerrett, of Drunigiiffin, co.
<iahvay; i. Grace, m. Major John Blakency, of Ashfield, co.
<i.i,lway. The tlder son,

KoBEBT Persse, Esq. of Roxhororgh, vi. Elizabeth, dau. of
William Parsons, Esq., and sister of Sir Laurence Parsons, 1st
Dart, of Birr Castle, and had issue,
Henry, d. v. p. Williav, his heir.

Robert, m. Ann, dau. of Sir Arthur iirooke, and d. s.p. 1758.

Farsons, m. Miss Fetherstone, of White Rock, co. Longford.
UcRToN, m. Miss Pennefather, of co. Tipperary, and was
/aiher of Bdbton Persse, Esq. of Moyode Castle, co. Gal-
way, m. 24 Nov. 1825, his cousin, Matilda, dau. of Henry
I'crsse, Esq., and d. 31 Aug. Ib59, having by her (who d.
Jiuie, 18ti2) had issue,
J Burton Robert Parsons, of Moyode Castle, co. GaUvay,
J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1862, 6. 4 Nov. 1828; ?«. 2:i
April, 18.^2. Madeline Eliza, dau. of Col. William Persse,
CB., 16th Lancers, and by her (who d.S July, 1882) had
Bi'RTON Walter, 6. Sept. 1854.
WilUani Henry, b. Nov. 1857.
Arthur Moore, b. Oct. 1858.
Theophilus, b. Feb. 1866, and d. 21 Aug. 1883.
Arabella Eliza, m. Francis Joyce, Esq., and d. 14 May,

Madeline Beatrice. Fanny.

Maila Beauchamp.
■2 Henry, m. Eleanor, dau. of Major Seymour, of Ballymore

Casile, and has issue.
:i Cliailes, deceased.
4 Dudley, Capt. 13th Light Infantry.
-') De Burgh, ru. Miss Blair, and h:is issue.

1 Sarah, m. 23 May, 1843, Joan Charles Robert, 4th Lord

2 Maria, m. Beauchamp Tucker, Esq. of Trewince, Corn-
wall. 3 Henrietta.

Sarah, to. 27 July, 1764, Sir Richard St. George, 1st Bart, of
The son and successor,

William Persse, Esq. of Roxbornugh, w. about 1750, Sarah,
<lau. of John Blakeney, Esq. of Abbert, co. Gahvay, and had

Robert, his heir.

William, m. Miss Flood. Parsons, deceased.

Henry Stratford.

Elizab-th, m. William Worth Newcnham, Esq., eldest son of
Sir Edward Newenham.
Col. Persse d. 1802, and was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Persse, Esq. of Roxborough, vi. 1801, Mis.i Maria
Wade, of Fairfield, co. Galway, and by her (who d. ISIO) had

Dudley, of Roxborough.

Robert Henry, m. Miss Seymour.

William, m. Miss Wade.

Sarah, TO. Rev. Richard Eyre.

Maiid, TO. 1 May, 1825, Denis Arthur, 3rd Lord Clanmorris.

Eliza, m. Thomas Warren Wliile, Esq.

Catherine, m. A. Onge, Esq.
Mr. Persse d. Jan. 1850, and was s. by his eldest son.

Dudley Persse, Esq. of Roxborough, co. Gahvay, 6. 1802 ;
an. 1st, Nov. 1826, Hon. Katherine O'Grady, dau. of Standish,
1st Viscount Guillamore, and by her (who d. 11 Dec. 1829) had

I. Dudley, of whom hereafter, of Roxborough.

I. Katlierine Henrietta, ra. 9 .Tan. 1862, George H. Wale,
Comm. R.N. (who d. 1871), 4th son of Gen. Sir Charles
Wale, K.C.B.. of Shelford, co. Cambridge.

II. Maria, d. 1883.

He -/it. 2ndly, July, 1S33, Frances, only dau. of Col. Richard
Barry, by Elizabeth O'Grady his wife, sister of the 1st Vi.s-
«oiint Guillamore, and by her had issue,

I. Richard DuJley, Barrister-at Law, d. 1879.

II. William Norton, late of Roxborough.

III. Edward, Major, Madras Staff Corps, m. 1868, Margaret,
dau. of Gen. Clerk, Madras Staff Corps.

iv. Robert Algernon m. 29 July, 1886, Hon. Eleanor Laura
Jane, youngest dau. of Viscount Gough, and has issue, a
dau. 6. 13 Sept. 18s7.

V. Francis Fitz-Adelm.

VI. Henry, m. 1889, E. A. Beadon, dau. of the Rev. E. Bea-
don, Rfctor of basset, Sussex.

VII. Gerald Dillon.

VIII. Alfred Lovaine, m. 1883, Florence, dau. of Rev. Canon

I. Elizabeth, m. 24 Nov. 1864, Walter Shawe-Taylor, Esq.,
of Castle Taylor, co. Galway.

II. Frances Adelaide, iii. 1870, Rev. J. W. Lane, Rector of
Redruth, Cornwall.

ni. Gertrude, m. 1873, Edmund B. Beauchamp, Esq. of
Trcvince, Cornwall, and d. 1876.

IV. Arabella, vi. Robert Waithman, D.L. of Moync Park, co.

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