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. 18 July,
1863) had issue,

I. John Allen, J. P., Col. Cardigan Militia, late Capt. 82nd
Eegt., 6. 24 Sept. 1»24; m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Eichard
Jones, Esq., which lady </. 1877, leaving two daus. ; the
elder, Elizabeth ChariotteMary,i,i. 1869, John G. P. Hughes,
F;sq. of AUt Llwyd, and the youneer, Capt. Begbie, R. E.
He //(. 2ndly, Laura, dau. of Thomas Bonsall, Esq. of
Glansheidol, but by her had no issue. He d. 4 June,
1884.

II. Faulkenor Cecil, b. 16 Ju^y, 1839 ; d. num. 1863.

I. Charlotte Maria Carleton, m. Henry Mathias, Esq. of.
Haverfordwest, son of Charles Mathias, Esq. of Lamphey
Court, and has issue.

II. Elizabeth Mar}-, m, 1845, Robert Dudley Ackland, Esq.
of Boulston, CO. Pembroke, J. P., and left, with other issue,
Dudley-Inne< Ackland, of Boulston House, co. Pembroke,
J.P. and D.L.

III. Mary Frances, widow of Capt. John Edwin Corneo, E.E.

He m. 2ndly, 1865, Elizabeth Anne Bellairs, eldest dau. of
James Peel Stevenson, Esq. of Uffington, co. Lincoln, and by^
her had issue,

III. Walter Bellaiks, late of Dale Castle.

IV. Khodri VacghaNj now of Dale Castle.

This gentleman, whose patronymic was Lloyd, assumed the
surname of Philipps upon the demise of Eichard, LordMilford,
under the will of James Philipps, Esq. of Penty Park, brother
of Maiy Lloyd, his great-great-grandmother. He d. 17 May,.
1879.

Walter Bellairs Lloyd-Philipps, Esq. of D.ile Castle, co.
Pembroke, b. 27 Aug. 1871 ; «. 1884 ; d. 19 March, 1888.

Arms— Arg., a liun rampant .sa., ducally gorged and chained
or. CresU — A lion, as in the arms. Motto— liui^il amor
patriie.

itut— Dale Castie, Milfurd Haven, Coedllys, Carmarthen.



PHILIPPS OF CWMGWILLY.

Philipps, Geismond, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, co.
Carmarthen, J. P., Capt. Carmarthen Artillery
Militia; b. Nov. 1SG7.

Lineage.— Cadi voR Vawr, one of the 15 Peers of Wales,

was Prince of Dyved, jure uxiru, Lord of Cilsant, derived

through the family of Minen Glas, from the great Caractacus.

i He flourished about the period of the Xorman Conquest, d.



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and was buried at Carmarthen Priory, 1089. His arms were
" arg., a lion rampant guardant sa. langued gu." By Ellen,
his wife, dan. and sole heiress of Lhvch Llawen Vawr, or " the
very mirthful," Lord of Cilsant, and cue of the Peers of Wales,
he had issue. His 3rd son,

Bledki, Lord of Cilsant, m. Klydwen, dau. and heiress of
Griffith ap Kydrych ab Gwaethvod, and had a son,

Ehys ab Bledri, Lord of Cilsant, who m. Augharael, dau.
«nd heiress of Llewelyn ab Eirid ab Ehys Gmg, Lord of Llan-
dovery, and was father of

Sib Aron ab Khys, Knight of the Sepulchre. He went to
Jerusalem in the Crusade with Richard I., to fight against the
infidels. He «;. Gwenllian, dau. of Ednyfcd Vychan, steward
and chief councillor of Piince Llewelyn, by Gwenllian, dau. of
Lord Khys, Prince of South Wales. His son,

GwiLT.M, Lord of Cilsant, lu. Sioned, dau. of Meuiig ab
Irehaiarn ab lorwerth, Lord of Gaethmul, in co. Brecon, and
had a son,

Madog ab Gwiltm, Lord of Cilsant, who m. Sioned, alias
•lonet, dau. of Guiffydd ab Ivor ab Kydifor ab Gwaethvod,
Lord of Castell Odwyn and Cardigan. His son,

Jevan, Lord of Cilsant, m. Kadtrin, dau. of Sir Elidir
Ddu ab Elidir ab Rhys ab Urien Eeged, and had a son,

Pftlib ap Jevan (the first who bore the name of Kfylib, and
who originated that name in the family), jij. Sioned, dau. of
Gwylymab Kradog. His son,

Meredith, Lord of Cilsant, m. Sian, dau. of Jevan ab
Gwilym, and had a son,

Fftlib, Lord of Cilsant, who ?n. Jonet, dau. of Jerhin Lloyd
Vychan, of Bwll Dyfach, and had a son,

Sir Thomas FfYLiBS, Knt. of Cilsant, 1512. He m. Jane
Dwnn, dau. and heiress of Hari Dwnn, Lord of Pictou, and
had a son,

John Fftlibs, of Cilsant and Picton, who m. Elizabeth, dau.
of Sir James Bowen, of Penty Park, and had a son,

James Philipps, Esq. of Penty Park, m. Jane, dau. of
Edmond Griffiths, of Korth Wales. His second son,

Griffith Philipps, Esq., m. Mary, dau. and heiress of
Thomas Jones, and by her had a son,

Richard Philipps, Esq., vi. Catherine, dau. of William
Lloyd, of Llanarthney (and sister of Griffith Lloyd, of Cwm-
gwilly, whifh estate he acquired by his marriage with Anne,
widow of Charles Vaughan, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, who d. s. ;;.),
and had issue,

John Philipps, Esq. of White House, near Llandilo, 1681.
He ))i. Elizabeth, dau. of — Grismond, of Ludlow, and had a
son,

Grismond Philipps, Esq. of Cwmgwilly (the estate being
left him by his great^uncle, Griffith Lloyd), b. 1686; m. Jane,
dau. of Miles Stedman, Esq. of Dol-y-Gaer, and had a son,

Griffith Philipps, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, M.P. for the borough
<if Carmarthen, jii. Lucretia Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Folkes,
Esq., and d. 1781, leaving a son,

John George Philipps, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, M.P. for Car-
marthen, Sheriff 1812; iii. Anne, dau. of John Ball, Esq. of
Aberystwith, and d. May, 1816, leaving by her (who d. April,
1806) a son,

Grismond Philipps, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, Lieut. 23rd Royal
Welsh Fusiliers, was in Peninsular War, and at Waterloo, m.
11 July, 1822, Catherine, dau. of Thomas Wariow, Esq. of
Castle Hall, co. Pembroke, and niece of Gen. Thomas Picton,
and by her (who u". 20 May, 1854) had, with other issue,

I. Grismond, late of Cwmgwilly.

II. John George, m. and d. in India, leaving issue.

I. Cecil Eliza, in. General Baillie, ar.d has issue.

II. Caiheriae Anne Prudence, m. W. R. H. Powell, and has
issue.

Mr. Philipps d. 28 April, 1850. His eldest son,

Grismond Philipps, Esq. of Cwmgwilly, co. Carmarthen, J. P.
and D.L., formerly Capt. 23rd Regt., 6.4 Oct. 1824: m. 28 Feb.
1854, Marianne, dau. of Major Thomas Bowcn, late 10th Hus-
sars, formerly of Pantyderi, co. Pembroke, and has issue,

I. Grismond, now of Cwymgwilly.

II. John Picion, b. Oct, 1870.

I. Catherine Elizabeth, m. July, 1877, Edward Hugh Bear-
crofr, Esq. of Mere Hall, co. Worcester.
Mr. Philipps d. Sept. 1891.

Arms— Arg., a lion rampant guardant sa., ducally gorged and
chained or. Crest — A lion, as in the arms.

Seat — Cwmgwilly, Bronwydd Arm3(R.S.O.), co. Carmarthen.

C'hii— Grosveuor.



PHILIPS OF THE HEATH HOUSE.

Philips, John Capel, Eaq. of The Heath House,
CO. Stafford, and Newlands, co. Gloucester, J. P.



and D.L., co. Stafford, b. 9 Oct. 1831 ; m. 14 Julj,
1857, Hon. Fanny Esther Flower, 2nd dau. of
Henry, 5th Viscount Ashbrook, and by her (who
d. 21 May, 1881) has had issue,

I. Burton Henry, Capt. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, b. 1 Oct.

1858.

II. John Augustus, 6. I Jan. 1861.

III. Montague Capel, b. 30 Aug. 1875; d. 2 June, 1881.

I. Frances Margaret, m. 1885, Ernest, youngest son of
Robert Capel Cure, of Blake Hall, Essex.

II. Bertha Mary.

liiueagre. — Francis Piiylyppe, of Neyther Teyne, in the
parish of Chcckley, co, Stafford, d. 6 Edward VI., and was
great-grandfather of

Anthony Philips, r,i. 1027, Elizabeth, dau. of Edward
Rawlins, of Teane. He d. If48, and was s. by his son,

Richard Philips, 6. 1628; lu. 1649, Christobcl, dau. and co-
heir of Robert Whitall, of BignoU Hill, co. Stafford, and dying
16a6, was s. by his son,

Nathaniel Philips, Esq. of The Heath House, in Checkley,
b. 1659; m. 1690, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of John Stubbs,
Esq. of The Shaw, co. Stafford, by Ellen his wife, dau. of John
Jervis, Esq. of Chatkill and Meaford, and had issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. llichard, of Hall Green, ancestor of Fhillips-Jodbeli,
of Yeardsley Hall, co. Che-ter.

III. Nathaniel, ancestor of Philips of Lee Priory, Kent.

Mr. Philips d. 1737, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Philips, Esq. of The Heath House, Lord of the Manors
of Upper Teane, Nether Teane, and Checkley, b. 1095 ; m.
1722, Susannah, dau. and co-heir of John Burton. Esq. of
Derby, and had issue,

1. John, his heir.

u. Nathaniel, of Stand, co. Lancaster. 6. 172G; m. 1757,
Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Hibbert, Esq. of Stockfield House,
CO. Lancaster, and d. 1808, having had issue,

1 John, successor to his uncle.

2 Robert, of The Paik, Manchester, and Snitterfield, oo.
Warwick, b. 1759; m. 1798, Anne, dau. of Matthew
Needham, of Lenton, Nottingham, and d. 14 March, 1884,
having had issue,

1 Mark, his heir, of Snitterfield and Welcombe, was M.P.
for Manchester 1832-1847, b. 18C0, and d. ujiw. 23
Dec. 1873, when he was s. by his brother.

2 Robert Neediiam, of Welcombe, co. Warwick, and
The Park, Manchester, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
Lancashire 1857, M.P. for Bury 1865-1885, 6. 20 .June,
1815; VI. 1st, 13 Nov. 1845, Anna Maria, dau. of Joseph
Brooks Yates, Esq. of West Dingle, Liverpool, by whom
(who d. 1850) he had issue.

1 Caroline, m. 29 Sept. 1869, the Right Hon. Sir George
Ottu Trevelyan, M P., Bart., and has issue.

2 Margaret, m. 29 July, 1878, Major \^'iIliam Edward
Price, only son of V\iiliam Phiiip Price, Esq. of
Tibberton Court, co. Gloucester, who d. 9 Feb. 1886.

He m. 2ndly, 6 Sept. 1856, Mary Ellen, dau. of John
.^shton Yates, Esq., M.P., of Bryanston Square, London,
and by her had issue,

3 Anna Maria.

Mr. Philips d. 28 Feb. 1890.

1 Mary, m. Robert Hyde Greg, Esq. of Norcliffe Hall, CO.
Chester, and Coles Park, Hei-ts, and d,. 1878.

2 Sara Jane, m. James \\illiam Mylne, Barrister-at-Law,
andc',. 1864.

3 Anna Priscilla, d. unvi. 1879.

4 Hester Emily, m. William Duckworth, of Pendleton, and
d. 1834.

5 Isabella, d. unm. 1889.

G Elizabeth Lucy, d. Uion. 7 Jessy, d. unm.

8 CI .ra Octavia, d. unm. 9 Caroline, d. unm.

3 Samuel, of Heybridge and Newlands, d. unm. 1824.

III. Thomas, of Sedgley, co. Lancaster, b. 1728; mi. 1760,
Mary, only dau. and heir of Johu Rider, Esq. of Manchester,
and d. 1811, having had issue,

I Heorge (Sir), of Sedgley, and Weston House, Warwick-
shire, created a Eart. 18^8, b. 1766 ; m. I78o, Sarah Ann,
dau. of Nathaniel Phillips, Esq. of HoLinghurst, and d.
1844, having had issue, an only son,

George Richard (Sir), 2rid Bart., 6. 1789; m. 1819, Sarah,
Georgiana, dau. of Richard, 2nd Lord Waterpark, and
d. 1883, having had issue,

1 Julinna Cavendish, m. 1839, Adam, 2nd Earl of
Caniperdown.

2 Emily Anne, m. 1844, Robert Shapland, 2nd Lord
Carew.

3 Louisa Georgiana, ra. 1847, James, 14th Earl of
Caithness, and d. 1870.

1 Susannali, m. John Mather, of Evcrton, near Liverpool,



PHI



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•2 Elizaljeth, m. William Sigby, of OlUtieia Hall, c-o.
Chester.

3 Marianne, m. Rev. Charles IJenjamin Charlewood, of
Oak Hill, Staffordshire.

4 Sophia, m. Eamuiid Henry Lushington, of Park Place,
Kent.

Mr. Philips d. 1777, and was s. by his eldest son,
John Philips, Esq. of The Heath House, b. 1724 ; in. 176G,

Catherine, dau. of William Turner, Esq. of Upper Teane, and

<lying 3. p. 1813, was s. by his nephew,

John Philips, Esq. of The Heath House, b. 1759 ; m. 27 Feb.

1783, Margaret, dau. of Samuel Robinson, Esq. of Ardwick,

near Manchester, and by her (who d. 16 Oct. 182-1) had issue,

I. John Burton, his heir.

II. Nathaniel, b. 1786; m. 1810 Margaret, dau. of William
Hibbert, Esq. of Stockfield House, co. Lancaster, and Hare
Hill, Cheshire, and d. 186S, leaving one dau., Marianne.

III. Samuel Robinson, b. 1789, d. unm.

IV. Robert, ancestor of the Philips of Htohridgi (see 'Mxi
Memoir.)

I. Margaret, d. WMn. 1876.

II. Elizabeth Frances, d. unm. 1875.

31r. Philips d. 21 June, 1834, and was i. by his eldest son,

John Borton Philips, Esq. of The Heath House, and of
Kcwiands, co. Gloucester, h. 1785 ; in. 1826, Joanna Freeman,
<lau. of Capel Cure, Esq. of Blake Hall, Essex, and had issue,

John Capel, now of The Heath House.

Margaret Christabella, m. 1849, Augustus n-ast Manley,
Esq. of Manley Hall, co. Stafford.
Mr. Philips d. 25 Dec. 1847.

Attm — Per pale az. and sa., within an orle of fleurs-de-lis
arg. a lion rampant erminois, ducally crowned, and holding
between the paws a raa-scle or, a canton erm. Crest — A demi-
lion rampant erminois, collared sa., ducally crowned or, holding
between the paws a fleur-de-lis arg. within a mascle or.
Motto — Simplex munditiis.

Heat— The Heath House, Teane, co. Stafford.



PHILIPS OF HEYBRIDGE.

Philips, John William, Esq. of Hevbridge, co.
Stafford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1861, b. 29
:Sept. 1827; m. 1st, 21 Jan. 1852, Adelaide Louisa,
dau. of Edward BuUer, Esq. of Dilhorn Hall, co.
Stafford (afterwards Sir Edward Manningham Bul-
ler, Bart.), and by her (who d. 11 June, 1860) has
issue,

I. William Morton, J.P. and D.L., 6. 19 Oct. 1852: m. 25
Oct. 1882, Caroline Anne Kate, dau. of George Montagu
Stopford, Major R.E., and has issue, Mark Hibbert, 6. 19
Aug. 1886; Mary Adelaide; ChristobelSelina; Rosamond
Winifred ; Joau Laetitia.

II. Robert Edward, b. 1 May, 1860, Capt. East Kent Regt.

I. Evelyn Adelaide, m. 1 July, 1879, Ven. Ernald Lane,
Archdeacon of Stoke-on-Trent, Rector of Leigh, son of
John Newton Lane, Esq. of King's Bromley Manor, co.
Stafford.
n. Nina Margaret, m. 21 Feb. 1889, Major-Gen. the Hon.
George Wrottesley, late R.E., son of John, 2nd Lord
Wrottesley.
He m. 2ndly, 3 July, 1867, Olivia, dau. of William
t)odsworth, Esq. and has issue,

III. John Cyril, b. 28 April, 1868.

IV. Arthur Dodsworth, b. 16 Sept. 1869.

V. Lewis Francis, Lieut. 60th Rifles, b. 4 Oct. 1870.
' III. Maud Lietitia.

liineag'e. — This is a branch of Philips of The IleaAh
House.

Robert Philips, Esq. of Heybridge, co. Stafford, 4th son of
John Philips, Esq. of the Heath House, and Margaret Robinson
nis wife, 6. 1794; m. 18 Nov. 1825, Lastitia, youngest dau. of
William Hibbert, Esq. of Hare Hill, co. Chester, and by her
<who d. 5 April, 1882) had issue

I. John William, now of Heybridge.

II. Edward, Rector of Checkley, b. 26 Dec. 1832; m. 1869,
Emily, dau. of Rev. George Mather, of Huntley Hall,
Staffordshire, and has, with other issue, George Edward,
/). 1873.

III. Herbert, 5. 26 May, 1834; m. 1862, Ellen Josephine,
dau. of William Langton, Esq. of Manchester.

I. Ellen Laetitia.

II. Frances Elizabeth, m. 1849, Rev. Wynter Thomas Blath-
wayt. Rector of Dyrham, CO. Gloucester (see that familtj),
and d. 1869.

Hr. Philips d. 12 Aug. 1853.

A'nns, d-c. — Same as Philips of The Eeath House.
Heat — Heybridge, Tean, Stoke-on-Trent.



PHILIPS OF LEE PRIORY.

Philips, Feaxcis, Esq. of Lee Priory, Kent,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1871, M.A., Barrister-
at-Law, b. 8 Jan. 1830 ; m. 6 Jnn. 1S56, Caroline
Mary, 4th dau. of Kev. Kenrick Prescot, M.A.,
Rector of Stockport.

Lineagre.— This is a branch of Philips of Thi Heath
House.

Nathaniel Philips, Esq. of Manchester (the 3rd son of
Nathaniel Philips, Esq. of The Heath House, by Elizabeth
Stubbs his wife), 6. 15 Feb. 1693 ; m. 13 Jan. 1729, Elizabeth,
eldest dau. and co-heir of John Burton, E^q. of Derby, and
had two sons, i. Nathaniel, of Manchester, Merchant, 6. 30
Jan. 1730; m. Hannah, dau. of William Barrow, of Salford,
Merchant, and dying June, 176G, left issue, Nathaniel, of
Philadelphia; William; and Alice, whofi. «re//(.1794; u. John.
Mr. Philips d. 26 May, 1776. His youngest son,

John Philips, Esq. b. 7 June, 1734 ; purchased, 1777, the
estate of Bank Hall, Heaton Norris, co. Lancaster. He ni.
29 Jan. 1761, Sarah, duu. of George Leigh, Esq. of Oughtring-
ton Hall, CO. Chester, and by her (who d. 3 Feb. 1809) had
issue,

I. John Leigh, of Mayfield, near Manchester, Lieut. -Col.
Comm. 1st Regt. Manchester and Salford Volunteers, 6. 23
Nov. 1761, and d. 23 June, 1814. He ni. 23 April, 1787,
Miss Caroline Penny, of Manchester, and by her (who d. llj
Sept. 1834), had issue,

1 John, Lieut. B.N., of Belle Vue, near I,iverpool, b.
8 Feb. 1791 ; m. 1st, 2 June, 1807, Miss Mary Hardcastle,
(who d. without issue, 28 June, 1812). He 7n. 2ndly,
7 July, 1817, Anne, eldest dau. of Gilbert Henderson,
Esq. of St. Ann's Hill, near Liverpool, and dying 2 June,
1835, left issue by her (who d. 24 March, 1858),

Gilbert Henderson (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Bolton
Percy, co. York, Rural Dean of Snaith, and Chaplain to
the Archbishop of York, b. 25 July, 1822; m. 13 Sept.
1853, Emily Georgiana, 2nd dau. of Lieut. -Col. Henry
Dixon, 81st Regt., and d. 3 Aug. 1885, leaving issue,
1 Gilbert Henderson, B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., and of
the Inner Temple, 6. 25 Oct. 1860; 2 Leigh Tempest,
/•. 12 Feb. 1864; 1 Emily Frances Caroline; 2 Blanche
Harriet Christina, m. 21 Oct. 1881, Robert Spelman
Marriott, Esq., only son of Robert Marriott, Esq. of
Narborough Hall, Norfolk; 3 Caroline Charlotte; 4
Constance Mary, ?«. 18 June, 1885, Charles, 3rd son of
Charles S. A. Thellusson, of Brodsworth Hall, co.
York.

Nathaniel George, Groom of the Privy Chamber to H.M.
the Queen, late Capt. 47th Regt., severely wounded at
the Battle of the Alma, b. 19 Nov. 1827 ; m. 1st, 18
April, 1850, Caroline, youngest dau. of Rev. Samitel
Gerard Fairtlough, Rector of Ahinagh, co. Cork, by
his wife, Sophia Mongan, dau. of Dr. Mongan, of
Monaghan, niece of the Right Rev. Charles Mongan
Warburton, Bishop of Cloyne and Ri.ss, and by her
(who d. 6 April, 1879) had two daus., 1 Sophia Caroline,
/). in Cork, Jan. 1851, who d. and was buried at Corfu
24 June, 1851; 2 Florence, b. in Malta 1 June, 18r>6;
m. 19 April, 1882, James Beardne Doncaster, Major
in the Black Watch, son of Richard Doncaster, of
Middlethorpe, Notts. Capt. N. G. Philips m. 2ndly,
8 Sept. 1835, Mary Catherine, widow of John Halkett
Le Couteur, Lieut. -Col. Coldstream Guards.

Caroline.

2 Henry, b. 23 June, 1792 ; d. 27 Jan. 1815.

3 Nathaniel George, a distinguished amateur painter,
chosen a Member of St. Luke's Academy, Rome, on tho
vacancy occasioned by the then recent decease of F'useli,
6. 9 June, 1795 ; d. unm. Aug. 1S2I.

II. Henry of Philadelphia, b. 8 Jan. 1767; m. 1796, Sophia,
dau. of Benjamin Chew. Judge of the High Court of Errors
and Appeals in that city, and dying 11 Feb. 1800, left an
only dau. and heir,

Sophia, m. J. C. Montgomery, Esq. of Eglinton, New York.

III. Nathaniel George, b. 16 March, 1770; d. unm. at New
York 25 March, 1793.

IV. Francis, of whom presently.

V. James, 6. 27 April, 1777; d. unm. 11 July, 1800.
VI Thomas, b. 24 Jan. 1781 ; d. unm. 13 Jul) , 1806.

vii Hardman, resident at Phiiipsburg, in Pennsylvania,

6.21 Sept. 1784; m. 14 Aug. 1821, .Sophia, dau. of Rev.

Edward Llovd, of Fairlield, co. Lancaster, and had issue.
I .\nn, HI. Is't, John Potter, Esq. of Manchester, and 2ndly,

Rev George Hulme, M.A., Rector of Areley, co. Worcester.
a. Elizabeth, m. 4 June, 1798, Rev. George Leigh, M.A.,

who d. 5 May, 1808.
III. Sarah, m. 4 Aug. 1803, Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, ith

Bart, of Harewood, co. Hereford.
Mr. Philips d. at the age of 90, 2 Feb. 1S24, and devised his
landed property to his 4th son,

Francis Philips, Esq. of Bank Hall, J.P. and D.L., b.



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27 Sept. 1771; m. 13 Sept. 1792, Beatrice, dau. of James
Aspinall, a Merchant of Liverpool, and sister of John Bridi;e
Aspinall, Esq. of Cleonger Hall, co. Chester, and of Bath, by
whom he had two sons,

Francis Aspinali., his heir.
• Hindley Leigh, 6. 7 Oct. 1795.
Mr. Philips d. 6 May, 18J0, and was s. hy his elder son,

Francis Aspinall Philips, Esq. of Bank Hall, and Abbey
Cwmhir, co. Radnor, J. P., High Sheriff for co. Radnor 1851,
t>. 19 Sept. 1793; m. 14 Feb. 1824, Jane, only dau. and heir of
William Jackson, Esq. of Livcpool, and had issue,

Francis, now of Lee Priory.

George Henry, M.A., of Abbey Cwmhir, Rhayader, co.
Radnor, J. P, and D.L., 6. 18 July, 1831; m. \HG1, Anna
Theophila, 6th dau. of Rev. C. K. Prescot, Rector of Stock-
port, and (?. 1886, having had issue, Francis George Prescot,
6. 1873; Charles Kenrick, h. l!:75; John Lionel; Mabel
Florence Mary; Christina Anne ; and Doris Elinor.

Mary Beatrice.
Jlr. Phihps d. 29 May, 1859.

Arms, d-c. — Same as Philips nf The Heath House.

6mU — Bank Hall, Stockport, and Lee Priory, Sandwich.



PHILLIPS OF LAWBENNY.

Phillips, John Fredeeick Lort, Esq. of La-w-
rennv Park, co. Pembroke, J.P., High Sheriff 18S0,
b. 27 Not. 1854 ; *. his uncle 1866.

Lilieag:e. — This family is descended from the Barlows,
v.ho possessed the Lawrcnny estates, and also Cresswell Priory,
CO. Pembroke, before 1600, and in the female line from Sir
lioger Lort, of Stackpole Court, in the same co. John Barlow,
of Slebech, was Sheriff for the co. 1562, and William Barlow,
•n" Cresswell, 1612. The first Baronet we find of the family.
Sir John Barlow, was Sheriff in 1680 (sse Burke's ExlinctBaio-
n'-tag,:).

George Phillips, Esq. (son of Rev. George Phillips), m.
Eliza, dau. of John Lort, Esq. of Prickeston, by Dorothy his
wife, dau. of John Barlow, Esq. of Lawreniiy, and by her had
(with five daus., Elizabeth, m. John Bushell, Esq. ; Anne, m.
Henry Stokes, Esq.; Jane; Charlotte; and Harriet) six sons,
John Loet, of whom presently ; George (Rev.), m. Mrs.
Mackinnon; Richara; James; Charles, Capt. R.N., to. Eliza-
beth, dau. of William Nicholson, Esq. ; and Owen, Major
ILE.I.C.S. The eldest son,

John Lort Phillips, Esq. m. 1809, Augusta, youngest
dau. of William llLert, Esq. of Bowringsleigh and Horswell,
Devon, and d. J 8 Oct. 1839, having had issue by her (who d.
1848),

I. George Lokt, of Lawrenny Castle.

II. John Lort, Capt. 23rd Royal Welsh Fu!=iliers, m. 1st,
Alice Mary, 2nd dau. of T. Davies, Esq. of Mullock, co.
Pembroke, and 2ndly, Charlotte, eldest dau. of C. Cooke,
Esq. of East End House, Hants, but d. a. p. 1852.

III. Richard Ilbert, m. Ib51, Krederica Isabella, eldest dau.
of the Baron and Baroness de Rutzen, of Slebech Hall, co.
Pembroke, and d. 1860, having had issue, 1 John Frede-
rick, now of Lawrenny ; 2 Ethelbert Edward, b. 23 Feb. 1857 ;
m. Louisa Jane, 2nd dau. of G. Gunnis, Esq. ; 1 Frederica
Isabella, m. Alfred Gillett, Esq., and has issue ; 2 Emmeline
Chariotte, m. March, 1885, Herbert Dugdale, Esq., 16th
Lancers, youngest son of James Dugdale, Esq. of WraxaU
Abbey, co. Warwick.

IV. Arthur Lort, m. Frances, dau. of M.Jones, EFq.,Pennylan,
CO. Cardigan, and d. 18C7, leaving issue, John and Peregrine.

X. Peregrine Lort, Capt. 23rd Fusiliers, m. Anna Jane, only
child ot John Davies, Esq., and d. s. p. 1861 ; his widow ;;(.
2ndly, 9 June. 1866, Major Charles Rowland Berkeley Cal-
cott, 21st Cameronians.

I. Frances Elizabeth Lort, m. Henry George Fownes, Esq.,
and has issue.

II. Augusta Lort, m. Sir John Henry Scourfield, Bart., who
d. leaving one son, now Sir Owen Scourfield, Hart.

III. Charlotte Lort, m. John Higgon, Esq. of Fern Hill, who
d. «.y. 1880.

The eldest son,

George Lort Phillips, Esq. J. P. and D.L., M.P. co. Pem-
broke, m. Isabella Georgina, only dau. of John Hen.sleigh
Allen, Esq. of Cresselly, and grand-dau. of Lord Robert Sey-
mour. George Lort Phillips s. to the Lawrenny, Rose Market,
and Nash estates at the death of Sir William Oiven Barlow,
Bart., in 1851, under the will of Hugh Owen Barlow, M.P. for
the Pembroke Boroughs, who d. 1809. He d. s. p. 30 Oct.
1866, and his estates have been inherited by liis nephew, John
Frederick Lort Phillips.
. Arms — Arg.. a lion rampant sa., ducally gorged and chained



or, quarterly with Lort. Crest — A lion, as in the arms. Motl^
— Aninio et fide.
iS'eat— Lawrenny Park, near Pembroke.



PHILLIPS OF GLENVIEW.
Phillips, Rev. Thomas George JoH^-STOIf, of
Glenview, co. Cavan, M.A., Incumbent of Fenaghv
co. Carlow, b. 1834; m. 1860, Charlotte Maria, dau.
of Edward Lewis, Esq. of Violetstown, co. West-
meath.

Lineage.— Sir Thomas Phillips, ICnt. was appointed iti
1610, by James I., Surveyor-General of the Plantations in
Ulster, and obtained by letters patent, dated 13 Dec. 1615, the
town, castle, manor, and one thousand acres of Newtown
Limavady, co. Londonderry. He m. Alinson, dau. of Sir Wil-
liam Usher, Knt., Clerk of the Council, by Isabella, his wife,
eldest dau. of AdamLoftus, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin, Loril
Chancellorof Ireland 1582. Sir Thomas d. 15 Aug. 1636, ana
was s. by his son,

Dddlet Phillips, Governor of the Castle of Newtown Lima-
vady during the rebellion of 1641, 6. 1610; to. Miss Paulet,
and d. 1672, leaving issue, George, Paulet, and Thomas. The
third son,

Thomas Phillips, Esq,, to. Jane, dau. and co-heir of Thomas
Richardson, Esq. of Castle Bagshaw, co. Cavan, son and heir
of Thomas Richardson, Esq. of Dublin, obtained by Anne his-
wife, dau. and sole heir of Sir Edward Bagshaw, Knt. of Castle
Bagshaw, who had acquired that estate by patent in 1639. He
d. 1699, leaving three sons,

I. James, his heir.

II. William, who left a dau., m. Valentine Sword, Esq.

III. Thomas, of Belturbet, co. Cavan, d. intestate (adminis-
tration granted to his brother James, 14 July, 1



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