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rd, by
whom he had three sons, '

I. Robert (Sir), his heir. ii. Richard. in. Francis.

He m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Pigot, Esq, of Dod-
dershall, Bucks (by whom he had one son, Edward, b. 1603),
and dying 1614, was s. by his eldest son,

.SIR Robert Phelipps Knt. of Montacute, M.P. for Somerset, :
High Sheriff 1625, knighted with his father 1603, b. 1586, m.
Bridget, dau. of Sir Thomas Gorges, Knt. of Longford, Wilts ; he-
accompanied George Vilhers, Duke of Buckingham, to Spain,
when he went to " advance the Spanish match," but he in- t
curred the displeasure of James I. by his speeches in Parlia-
ment, and in 1621 was imprisoned in the Tower with Sir !
Edward Coke. He had, with four daus., '

I. Edward, his heir. '

II. Robert, b. 1618, who assisted Charles II. in his escape
after the battle of Worcester, was Chancellor of the Duchy
of Lancaster ; d. 1707, and is buried in Bath Abbey.

Sir Robert d. 1638, and was s. by his eldest son,

Edward Phelipps, Esq. of Montacute, Col. in the royal

army, b. 1613, suffered much from hjs attachment to the royal ,|

cause, all his estates being sequestered. He m. Ann, dau. ot

Sir Robert Pye, Knt. and had issue, ,

I. Edward ^Sir), his heir. ii. Robert, </. v. -p. ,

III. Tiiomas (Rev.), s. to Corfe Mullen on the d»-ath of his i
kinsman, Edward Phelipps, Esq., 1675 ; d. s. p. 1685.

IV. George, of Corfe Mullen, heir to his brother Thomas, hi*
grandson William Phelipps, lisq , d. s. p. 1746, when Corte
Mullen paB.;ed to his niece Jane, wife of the Rev. Sir James
Hanham, 6th Bart, of Dean's Court.

V. Richard.

VI. John, b. 1644; ?)i. Alice Molyneux, of BallymulYej, co. i
Longford, Ireland, and d. 1701, leaving a son,

Edward, of whom hereafter, as heir to his uncle. 1

VII. William.

I. Bridget, m. Robert Seymer, of Han ford, Dorset.
Col. Phelipps d. 1679, and was g. by his eldest son.

Sir Edward Phelipps, Knt. of Montacute, b. 1638 : m. 1st, i
Dorothy Cheeke, by whom he had no issue, and 2ndly, Ed^tU
Blake, by whom he left three daus.,

I. Ann, first wife of her cousin, Edward Phelipps.

II. Elizabeth, second wife of the same.

III. Eiiiih, ?/t. Carew Hervey Mildmay.

Sir Edward Phelipps d. 1699, and was s. by his nephew,
Edward Phelips, Esq., of Montacute, M.P. for Somerset,

1722. He m. 1st, his cousin, Ann, eldest dau. of Sir Edward

Phelipp.s, and had issue,
I. Edward, b. 1704; d.s.p.

I. Ann, 7)1. John Horner, of Mells.

II. Bridget, ik. Sir Gerard Napier, 5th E.irt. of .Middlcniarsll

He -lU. 2ndly, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Sir Edward Phelipps, an'J
had further issue,





n. Edward, his heir.

II. John (Kev.), Vicar of Yeovil, d. s. p.

III. Elizabeth.

He d. 1734, and was s. by his eldest surviving son,

Edward Phelips, Esq. of Montacute, M.P. for Somerset,
6. 1725; m. Maria, dan. of William Wright, Esq., and had

I. Edward, 6. 1753, M.P. for Somerset ; m. Elizabeth Looli-
yer, d.i.p. 1792.

II. William (Kev.), his heir.

III. John, 6. 1756, Lieut. R.N. ; rf. «.p. 1780.

IV. Charles (Kev.), 6. 1765 (see Phelips of Briggins Pari;

I. Elizabeth, 6. 1750 : m. 1st, John Clarke, Esq., and 2ndly,
Peter Bluett, Esq., and d. s. p. 1841.

II. Maria, 6. 1757 ; )/(. John Old Goodford, Esq.

III. Bhoda, b. 1759 ; to. William Harbin, Esq. of Newton-

Mr. Phelips d. 1797, and was s. by his eldest surviving son,

Kev. William Phelips, of Montacute, b. 1755; m. 1781,
Anna Aletheia Elizabetha, dau. of Rev. John Paget, and had

I. John, his heir.

II. William (Rev.), J.P., Rector of Cucldington and Stoke
Trister, Somerset, 6. 1788; m. 1822, Mary, dau. of Rev.
John Messiter, and d. 1833, Laving issue,

1 William, of whom hereafter, of Montacute.

2 Richard, of Bayford Lodge, Somerset, J. P. and D.L.,
Capt. R.A. ; m. 1848, Charlotte Frances, dau. of Joseph
Delafield, Esq., and d. 1889.

1 Elizabeth, m. Herbert Butler Batten, Esq., J. P. and
D.L., of Hollands, Yeovil.

III. Edward, &. 1789; d.s.p.

IV. Robert (Rev.), Vicar of Yeovil, 5. 1791; m. Maria, dau.
of William Harbin, and d. 1855, leaving a dau. Anne, m.
John Goodden, Esq. of Over Coinpton, l>orset.

v. Thomas, Lieut. K.N , b. 1796; d. s. p.

VI. Charles Heniy, 6. 1799, Lieut. lI.E.I.C.S. ; d.s.p.

VII. Richard Colston (Rev.), Rector of Cucklington, J. 1800;
m. 1836, Caroline Anne, dau. of Sir Vlungerlord Hoskins,
7th Bart, of Harewood End, and left issue,

1 Elizabeth, m. Col. Pester. 2 Anne, d. 1804.

3 Mary, in. Kev. Henry Hoskins.

4 Sarah, d. young.

Kev. W^illiam Phelips was .5. at his death, 1806, by his son,

John Phelips, Esq. of Montacute, many years one of the
Chairmen of Quarter Sessions of .Somerset, b. 1784 ; m. his
cousin, Mary Anne, dau. of Rev. Charles Phelips (who sur-
vived him, and m. 2ndly, John James Farquharson, Esq. of
Langton House, Dorset), and dying 20 April, 1834, left issue,
one dau. Mary. in. J. J. Farquharson, Esq., jun. On Mr.
Phelips's death, the family estates devolved on his nephew,

William Phelips, Esq. of Montacute, J. P. and D.L., b. 14
Oct. 1823, m. March, 1845, Ellen Harriet, dau. of William
Helyar, Esq. of Coker Court, Somerset, and has issue,

I. William Robert, now of Montacute.

I. Edith Ellen, m.27 Aug. 1884, Cadwallader J. Bates, Esq.
of Langley, Northumberland.

Arms- Quarterly : 1st and 4th, arg., a chevron gu. between
three roses of the last, seeded aid leaved ppr. ; 2nd and 3id,
or, on a chevron vert, three eagles" h' a/ls erased arg. Crest —
A square beacon (or chest) on wheels or, filled with fire ppr.
Motto — Pro aris et focis.

Seat — Montacute House, Montacute, Somerset.

Clubs— CutUou, Naval and Military.


Phelips, Chaeles James, Esq. of Briggins Park,
CO. Hertford, J.P. for Herts and Essex, Barrister-
at-Law, b. 18 March, 1821 ; w. 12 March, 1870,
Emily Susannah Dunning, 4th dau. of George
Dunning, late R.N.

Liiueag'e. — Rev. Charles Phelips, 6. 1765, 4th son of
Edward Phelips, Esq. of Montacute, Somerset {see Phelips
0/ Montacute), iii. Mary, dau. of Thomas Blackmore, Esq. of
Briggins Park, Herts, and by her (who d. 1818)had issue (with
another son, Edward, Lieut, in the 13th Light Dragoons, killed
at Waterloo, and a dau. Mary Anne, m. 1st, her cousin, John
Phelips, Esq. of Montacute, and 2ndly, John James Farquhar-
son, Esq. of Langton House, Dorset), a son and heir,

Charles Phelips, Esq. of Briggins Park, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1829, b. 24 Jan. 1794; m. 15 June, 1820, Caroline
Mary, 2nd dau. of James Taylor, Esq. of Wimpole Street,
London, by Frances Long, his wife, and by her (who d. 1879)
had issue,

Charles James, now of Briggins Park.
Edward Blathwayt, 6. 12 April, 1822; d. 7 Nov. 1839.
George Blackmore, b. 1 July, 1824; d. 23 Feb. 1850.'
William Douglas, Capt., 6. 27 March, 18.;7 ; m. 3 Jan. 1867.

Anna Geralriine Barbara, 2nd dau. of Edgar Disney, Esq!

of The Hyde. Ingatestone, Essex, and has had issue, om-

son and five daus., Agnes Isabella, d. 14 Aug. 1«68 ; Geral-

dine; Henrietta Charlotte ; Agnes Finch ; and Augusta

Henry Plantagenet Prescott, Capt. R.A. (retired), served in

the Crimea (medal with two clasps), 6. 4 Feb. 1831 ; in.

Nov. 1855, Annie, eldest dau. of — Majendie, Esq. of

Barton Fields, Canterbury, and has issue, two sons and one

Alfred Plumer Ward, 6. 26 Sept. 1832 ; d. C Jan. 1882,

Arthur Robert, b. 21 March, 1842.
Frances Emma, m. 8 Apii!, 1847, William Philip Honywood,

Esq of Marks Hall, Essex, who d. Feb. 1859.
Caroline Mary, m. 10 June, 1851, David Ward Chapman,

eldest son of David Barclay Chapman, Esq. of Roehampton,

Surrey, and has issue.
Mr. Phelips d. 19 Nov. 1869.

Arms, d-c. — Same as Phelips of Montacute.
Seat — Briggins Park, near Ware, co. Hertford.

Phelps, William, of Chestal, co. Gloucester,
J. P., Barrister-at-Law, of the Inner Temple, b.
1845, m. 1875, Gertrude, dau. of Edward Tajlor
Massy, Esq. of Cottesmore, co. Pembroke, and has
had issue,

I. ARTH0R William, b. 1877.

II. Edmund, d. in infancy.

III. Rollo Walter, 6. 1887.

I. Alice Gertrude Clifford, b. 187C.

Mr. William Phelps is the third son of the late
Henry John Clifford, Esq. and grandson of Henry
Clifford C^lifford, Esq. of Frampton, co. Gloucester.
(See that family.) He assumed, 1891, by royal
licence the surname of Phelps in lieu of Clif-

liineag'e. — Thomas Phelps, of Dursley (son of Thomas
Phelps, who came from Salisbury, in Wilts, and settled in
Dursley, in the co. of Gloucester, where he was bur. 14 Feb.
1647), m. Edith Williams, of the Manor of Woodmancote, in
the parish of Dursley, and had (with four daus., of whom the
eldest m. Edward Tripp, Esq.) two sons, Thomas, of whom
presently, and William. The elder son,

Thomas Phelps, Ksq. of Dursley, 6. 29 Sept. 1646; in.
Abigail Mayo, of Tetbury, co. Gloucester, andd. 10 April, 1718,
having had issue (with three daus., Mary, Margaret, and Abi-
gail, in. 25 June, 1767, Nathaniel Brain, Esq., jun., and d. 21
Jan. 1713), a son,

Thomas Phelps, Esq. of Dursley, m. 20 Aug. 1706, Mary,
dau. of John Arundell, Esq. of the Manor of Woodmancote, by
whom (who d 7 May, 1727) he had issue, four sons and seven
daus , I. Anne, m. 19 April, 1732, John Purnell, Esq. of New
House, CO. Gloucester; ii. JIary, d. 4 Sept. 1708; in. Abigail,
m. 1 Feb. 1741, Richard Morgan, Esq. of Argoid, co. Mon-
mouth; IV. Mary, m. John Foyle Small, Esq. of Uley, co.
Gloucester; v. Elizabeth, m. 26 Sept. 1738, JohnBlagden, Esq.
of Bristol; vi. Sarah, m. 16 Feb. 1747, William Gamons. Esq.
of St. Devereux, co. Monmouth; vii. Jane, m. 16 Feb. 1747,
John Barnes, Esq. of Gannerew, co. Monmouth. Mr. Thomaa
Phelps d. 26 April, 1735. His youngest son,

John Phelps, Esq. of Dursley, J. P., m. 31 July, 1733,
Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of William Fowler, Esq. of Moor
Hall, CO. Gloucester, and d. 16 June, 1755, havmg by her (who
d. 10 Aug. 1791) had issue,

John Delafield, his heir. .

William, m. Hester, dau. of Rev. Renard Bagshot, of King s
Stanley, co. Gloucester.

Elizabeth, m. 7 May, 1761, William 3Ioore, Esq. of Eper-
stone, CO. Notts, Capt. 45th Regt., who c(. 19 Ocu 1.84.

Anne, m. 30 July, 1771, William Vizard, Esq. of Dursley.

The elder son,

John Delafield, Esq. of Dursley, J.P., b. 28 Dec. 1734;
served as High Sheriff co. Gloucester, 1761. Hem. 25 Nor.
1759, Esther, only surviving dau. and heiress of James Gully,
Esq.'of Bristol, and by her (who d. 10 Jan. 1789) he left at hi.s
decease, 21 April, 1771,

I. John Delafield, his heir.

II James, of Dursley, and of Oriel CoU. Oson, M.A., Bector

5 K 2





of Alderley and of Brimpsfleld-cum-Cranham, co. Glou-
cester, b. 8 July. 1766 ; »i. Marianne, dau. of John Bla'ItjHn
Hale, Esq. of Alderley, and by her (.who d. 1S47) left at his
decease, 1829,

1 James, heir to his uncle.

2 William John, late of Dursley.

3 John Bladgon, d.umn. 183P.

1 Marianne, ^n. 19 July, 1837, Henry John, eldest son of
Henry Clifford Clifford, Esq. of Frampton, co. Gloucester,
and rf. 18SS, leaving by him, who ci. Dec. 1852, with other
issue (sec Cliifokd of Frampton), a son,

William, now of Dursley.

2 Elizabeth Hester, 7ft. Kev. William Winston Curtis
Hay ward, M.A., late Vicar of Honingham, co. War-

3 Sophia.

III. William, of Dursley, d. jw'i!. 1812.
I. Esther Sophia, d. unm. 1835.

The eldest son,

John Delafield Phelps, Esq. of Dursley, and of Lincoln's
Inn, Barrister-at-Law, d. unm. 1842, and was s. by his nephew,
James Phelps, Esq. of Dursley, Cajit. 14th Light Dragoons,
who d. U7im. 1851, and was s. by his brother,

William John Phelps, Esq. of Chcstal, Dursley, co. Glou-
cester, B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxford, and of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-
at-Law, J.P., High Sheriff 1860, 6. 1813, d. s. p. 1891, and was
«. by his nephew, William Clifford, Esq., who assumed by
royal licence the name of Phelps.

Arms — Per pale or and arg., semee of crosses-crosslet fitchee
gu., a wolf salient az. Cnst — A wolf's head az., langued and
erased gu., gorged with a collar or, thereon a martlet sa. Motto
— Frangas non flectas.

&at— Chestal, Dursley.


Phelps, Johx Yandeleur, Esq. of Water-
park, CO. Limerick, and Broadford, co. Clare, High
Sheriff 1889, b. 26 April, 1866.

liineag'e. — The ancestor of this family,

Thomas Phelps, a scion of the family of that name in co.
Gloucester, joined in the revolution of 1645, and served under
Cromwell, by whom he was granted considerable estates in
-the cos. of Tipperary, Kerry, and Down, chiefly in the first-
named CO., around the Keeper Mountain, with Camaltha.
Thomas Phelps settled in the city of Limerick after the
revolution, and King Charles II. confirmed Mr. Phelp's titles
to those estates with a few exceptions. BIr. Phelps turning,
however, his sword into a ploughshare, became a disciple of
George Fox. At the age of 45, he m. Miss Fennell, dau. of a
brother officer, with estates at Cahir, co. Tipperary. and had
issue. His direct descendant,

Thomas Phelps, was, with others, largely instrumental to
-the introduction of linen manufactures into the north of Ire-
land. He moved his residence to his estate in co. Down, m.
and had issue. His son and successor,

Joseph Phelps, of Moyallon, co. Down, b. 1749; m. 1769,
Mary Christy (who was 6. 1748), and by her (who d. 1837) he
had issue,

I. Thomas, m. Miss Lloyd, of co. Warwick, and had issue.

II. John, d. unm. iii. Josliua.

IV. William, d. unm.

V. Jamks, of whom hereafter.

VI. George, d. unm. vii. Samuel, d. unm.

I. Sarah, d. unm.

II. JIary, m. Robert Xcwsom, E.>q.

III. Hannah, m. George Robinson, E^q.

IV. Elizabeth, d. unm.

Joseph Phelps d. 1790. Hia 5th son,

James Phelps, b. 1782; ru. 1814, Anne Lecky, of Bally-
liealey, co. Carlow, by whom (who was b. 1788, and d. 3 Sept.
1834) he had issue,

I. John Leckt, late of Waterpark.

II. Joseph James, m. 1877, Mary, dau. of Very Eer. .lames
Hastings Allen, Dean of Killaloe, and has issue, Thomas
Herbert, b. July, 1879.

ju. Robert Lecky, m. Josephine, dau. of Col. Petloy, K.A. ,
and has issue,

Anne Valverde. Mabel Msude.

IV. James, d. young.

I. Elizabeth Lecky, m. W. H. Harvey, Professor of Botany,
Trin. Coll. Dublin ; no issue.
n. Mary, d. young.

III. Jane Hannah, m. J. M. Harvey.

IV. Lydia Matilda.

JJr. Phelps d. 1839. His eldest son,

John Lecky Phelps, Esq. of Waterpark and Broadford, co.
Clare, J.P., 6. 15 Oct. 1815; m. 4 May, 1864, Rosetta Anne",
2nd dau. of Col. T. Vandeleur, 10th Hussars, of Ballinacourty'
CO. Limerick, by Alice his wife, dau. of the Right Hon. John
Ormsby Vandeleur, of Kilrush House, by Lady Frances Moore
dau. of Charles, 1st Marquess of Drogheda, and d. 28 May
1881, leaving,

I. John Vandeleur, now of Waterpark.

II. Ernest James, b. 5 Aug. 1867.
HI. Edgar Lecky, b. 20 Sept. 1868.

IV. Joseph Harold, b. 12 March, 1874.

V. Lancelot Robert Lecky, b. 19 April, 1878, and d. 15 Dee

I. Annie Rosalie, m. 16 June, 1887, Robert Arundel Kerr
Montgomery, Capt. R.A.. and has issue, Lancelot Alex-
ander, Robert, and Mary Pipon.

II. Alice Maude, m. 9 April, 1S90, Alexander Edmund Banna-
tyne, of Woodsdown, co. Limerick, and has issue, Edgar

III. Mary Frances, m. 6 July, 1892, Bernard Harvey
Randolph, Capt. Worcester Eegt. and d. 28 Oct. 1892.

IV. Rosalie Emily.

v. Ethel Agnes Vandeleur.

Seats — Waterpark, Castle-Connell, co. Limerick; and The
Lodge, Broadford, co. Clare.


Phibbs, Owen, of Corradoo, co. Eoscommon,
J. P. for cos. Roscommon and Sligo, D.L. for co. ,
Sligo, and High Sheriff 1884 ; b. 25 March, 1842 ; |
m. 20 Nov. 1866, Susan, dau. of William Talbot- 1
Crosbie, Esq. of Ardfert Abbej, co. Kerry, and has

I. Basil, b. 1867.

II. William Talbot.

III. Owen Lindsey.

IV. Darnley.

I. Catherine Anne.

liineag'e. — The earliest record of this family is found in a
list of names of subscribers to a loan raised in 1589, during
tlie reign of Queen Elizabeth, to defray expenses incurred
during the arming of the country at the time of the threatened
Spanish Armada. The name there appears as Phillips, as it
also does in the official list of High Sheriffs for co. Sligo, as ,
late as 1716, where Mathew Phibbs, of Templevaney, is styled i
Mathew Phillips. Of this family, two brothers came over to |
Ireland, as soldiers, about 1590. From records now existing |
in Trin. Coll. Dublin, they are found on half-pay, 1616 and 1619, |
under the name of Phipps, a name that some of the younger i
branches of the family resumed about 1765. Of these two, '
William settled in co. Cork, in the south-west of which county
the name still rL'mains as ffibbs. The elder of the two,

Richard Phipps, who served unfler Sir Tobias Caulfield, and
was pensioned as a maimed soldier in 1619, settled at Kilmain-
h.iin, Dublin, where he d. in 1629, and was bur. in St. James'
Church. He had issue,

Richard, of whom presently. \

Jolm, living in co. Sligo, in 1663.

Edward, whose descendants have been traced down to t\y
Rev. Joshua Phipps, b. 1711 ; m. Mary Mercer, and d. in
Carlow, 20 June, 1750.

Hester. Jane. Sarah. Rebecca.

The eldest ton,

Richard Phipps or ffies, of Cootes House, was granted land .
in CO. Sligo 1659 (name written ffibbs and Phibbs in grant);
served in Capt. ffrancis King's troop of horse in Lord Col-
looney's Regt. He d. in 1670, and was interred in St. John's
Church, Dublin. He had issue,

1- jyiATTHEw, of Templevaney.

William, ot Grange, purchased Abbeyville or Ardlahurty,
3 Aug. 1715 ; m. Anna, dau. of Sir John Fleming, and had
issue, three sons and two daus.
The elder son,

Matthew Phibbs, of Templevaney, afterwards of Rock- I
brook, CO. Sligo, was High Sheriff in 1716, and d. 1738. He
had issue, four sons and two daus.,

William, of Rockbrook and RathmuUen.

Richard, of Lisconney, m. Catherine Knox, of Londonderry,
by whom he had issue, five sons and four daus. His will
was proved 1753.

Robert, b. 1703 ; entered Trin. Coll. Dublin, 1721 ; Rectorof
Ardcarne, co. Roscommon, and of Tawnagh, co. Sligo
1745; m. Esther Marie du Puygebeau. dau. of a Huguenot
refugee (name changed in Ireland to Taboteau), and by her
had three sons and five daus., the eldest sou Isaac, Col., was





pazetted as Ensign Phib);s, 1768, and as Lieut. PMpps, 14
ilardi, 1771.
JIathew, of Spurtown, co. Sligo, h. 16 April, 1706 ; m. Maria,

s-ister of Esther Taboteau, and d. 1769, leaving issue.
Anne, m. to E. Fleming, Esq., whose second dau. Jane,
became Countess of Harrington, and was mother of Anna,
Duchess of Bedford, and Charlotte, Duchess of Leinster.
Marparet, jii. to E. Hawkes, Esq. of Bushfield, co. Kos-
The eldest son,

William Phipps or Phibbs, of Eockbrook and Eathmullen,
b. 16U6; in. 1717, Mary, only dau. of John Harloe, of Eath-
mullen, by whom he had twenty-one children. He d. 1775,
leaving issue surviving, three sons and five daus.,
Harloe, of Bloomfield, b. 12 July, 1719; m. 1st, Judith, dau.
of Rev. C. Dodd ; and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Mathew
Phibbs, of Spurtown, and had issue, with five daus.,
William Harloe, of Bloomfield, High Sheriff 1814: m.
Susan, dau. of John Lloyd, of Croghan, and d. 1827,
leaving issue, four sons and three daus.
Charles, of Lisconney, from whom descends Charles Phibbs,
Esq. of Doobeg, co. Sligo.
:Mathew. b. 1725: d. 17S4.
William, of Holly brook, of whom presently.
Hary, i. 1722; m. — Trumble, Esq. of Kilmorgan.
Anne. b. 17-4; to. .1. Johnston, Esq. of Dartrey.
Jane, i. 1726 ; m. J. Knott, E.«q. of Battlefield.
Eebecca, 6. 1729; m. J. Irwin, Esq. of Camlin, co. Eoscom-
Eleanor, w. — Leigh, Esq.

The 2nd surviving son,

William Phibbs, Esq. of Hollybrook, High Sheriff 1781, b.
20 May, 1738 ; to. 21 May, 1768, Jane, dau. of Owen Lloyd, of
Eockville, co. Eoscommon, and by her (6. 1740; d. 1817) had
ten children, of whom

William, 6. 1771 ; d. 1772. William, b. 1773; d. 1797.

Owen, of whom presently.

Susan, b. 1769 ; m. Lieut. Kitson, 4th Light Dragoons, and
d. 1796, leaving issue, a son.

Mary, rn. A. Carey, of Portarlington, and had issue, four
sons and four daus.
Mr. Phibbs d. 16 July, 1801. His only surviving son,

O^vEN Phibbs, Esq. of Merrion S^uitre, Dublin, High Sheriff
1804, b. 1776; to. 1798, Anne, dau. of Ihomas Ormsby, Esq. of
Ballinamore, co. Mayo, by whom he had issue,

William, of Scafield.

Ormsby, Lieut. -Col. 88th Eegt., h. 15 March, 1806; rf. at

Barbadoes, 1848.
Owen, of Merrion Square, b. 1811.
Elizabeth, d. young.
Jane, b. 1801 ; d. lt)74.
Maria, b. 1802; d. 1886.

Mr. Phibbs d. 1829. His eldest son,

William Phibbs, Esq. of SeafieUl, co. Sligo, High Sheriff
1833, b. 1803 ;»?i. 1840, Catherine, dau. of George M. Maun-
»ell, Esq. of BallywiUiam, co. Limerick, by whom he had
Owen, now of Seaficld.

George, Lieut.-Col. 87th Eegt., i. 1844; m. Fanny, dau. of
Col. Bramzon Smith, and d. ItS't, leaving issue, William
Giiflith, Lieut. K. I. Fusiliers: Maud; Kathleen.
A\ illiiim. Col. Commanding 1st Batt. Dorset Eegt., m.
Blanche, dau. of Eev. De Mole\ns, and has issue, Bertram,
l.ieut. R.N. ; Aldured; Eosie: and Theo.
Catherine, d. 1852. Anne. Edythe.

llr. Phibbs d. 1881.
6taJ— Stafield, Sligo.


Llotd-Philipps, EnoDEi Yaughan, Esq. of
I^alecastle, co. Pembroke, Lieut. Cardigan Art., W.
Div. K.A., b. 15 March, 1874, *. his brother 1888.

Lineag'e. — This family derives from Tddwal Gloff, 4th
son of RuoDRi Mawk, King of Wales.

John Llotd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddiad, co. Cardigan, lineally
descended from Cadivob ap Dvfnwall, Lord of Castle Howell,
who was 9th in descent from Ehodri Mawr, m. Mary, dau. of
James Philipps, Esq. of Penty Park, co. Pembroke, and sister
of James Philipps, Esq. of Penty Park, whose 2nd dau., Mary,
in. Sir Richard Philipps, Bart., created Lobd Milfoed, and
d. s. p. Mr. Lloyd was s. by his son,

Jamf.s Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddiad, m. 4 June, 1752,
Anne Maria (</. 17SC), only child and heir of Richard Lloyd,
Esq. of Mabws and Ystradteilo, co. Cardigan, by his wife, the
dau. and heir of Edward Games Tregaer, descended from Sir
David Gam, and had, with four daus. (of whom Letitia -Mary,
h. 1751, m. Admiral Thomas, of Llanvaughan), four sous,

John, his heir. Richard, d. 1777.

James Philipps Lloti>-Philipps, of Penty Park, a Col. in
the army, 6. 1762; m. 1812, Winifred, dau. of John Thomas,
Esq. of Llanegrin, co. Merioneth, and d. 7 April, 1837,
leaving by her (who d. 1801), two sons,
James Beynon, of Penty Park. J. P. and D.L., late 12th
Foot, Capt. Royal Cardigan Militia, 6. 1814; m. 1x53,
Cecilia Maria Jane, dau. of Gilbert James Harries, Esq.
of Llanunwaa, co. Pembroke, and d. 1867.
Frederick Lewis, Esq. of Penty Park, co. Pembroke, and
Aberglasney. co. Carmarthen, J. P. cos. Pembroke, Car-
marthen, and Cardigan, D.L. for latter co.. High Sheriff
CO. Pembroke, 1«87 ; educated at Brasenose Coll. Oxford,
B.A. 1848, M.A. 1857, late Capt. Royal Carmarthen
Militia, b. 15 June, 1823, s. his brother 1»67 ; m. 26 Nov.
1851, Elizabeth Frances, youngest ilau. of John Waliera
Philipps, Ebq. of Aberglasney, co. Carmarthen.^
Vaughan, b. 1764; d. 1772.
Mr. Lloyd d. 6 June, 1800, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Lloyd, Esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddiad and Mabws, 6. 1753.
High Sheriff for Pembrokeshire 1785, and for Cardiganshire
1806. He m. 8 July, 1776, Elinor, dau. and heir of John Allen,
of Dale Castle, in co. Pembroke, and had issue,

I. John Allen, Capt. in the Coldstream Guards, 6. 22 March,
1777; TO. 1801, Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Harry Bisshopp, of
Storrington, in Sussex, youngest son of Sir Cecil Bisshopp,
Bart., and uncle to Lord Zouche, and dying r.p. Oct. 1805,
left issue,

1 John Phillips Allen, of whom presently.

2 Harry James, late Lieut. 53rd Eegt., 6. 7 Oct. 1803 ; m.
Miss Llewellin, of Pontypark, and has issue.

3 Eichard Cecil, Lieut. 3rdBuffs, 6. 19 June, IsOo; d. unm^

II. James David (Rev.), 6. 22 Oct. 1786; to. 1828, Frances,
dau. of Rev. John Levett, and d. April, 1832, without,

I. Anna Maria Elinor, d. unm. 24 April, 1834.

II. Mary Justina Martha, m. Sir George Cooper, Chief Judge
at Madras. iii. Jane Louisa, d. unm.

IV. Caroline Amelia, m. 1819, Bowcn R. Robertson, Esq.,
Lieut. R.N.

Mr. Lloyd d. 1820. His grandson,

John Philipps Allen Lloyd Philipps, Esq. of Dale Castle,,
and of Mabws, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1844, b. 26 June,
1802; m. 1st, 9 Dec. 1823, Charlotte Caroline, youngest dau.
of Capt. William Bartlet, R.E., and by her (who d

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