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Eobert Leigh, Esq. of Rosegarland, co. Wexford, by whom
(who d. 23 April, 1723), he had no issue. He assumed ihc
additional surname of Colclough on his 2ud marriage,
and d. 8 May, 1717.

Martha, m. Lieut. George Stamer, of Carnelly, co Clare.

Elizabeth, m. Thomas FitzGerald, Esq. of Woudhouse, co.
\Valci-ford.

V. Arthur. vi. Eobert.

IV. Thomasine, m. 1st, Argentine Hull, Esq. of I.eaincoii,
CO. Cork, who d. Aug. J037, and 2nilly, Col. Prime Iron
Eochforr, who was shot by order of Oliver Cromwell 14
May, 1652.

V. Elizabeth, ra. Richard Cosby, Esq. of Stradbally, Qucen'.<
CO., who d. Dec. 1031.

Sir Robert made his will 23 May, 1641, which was proved 17
April, 1644. His eldest son by his 2nd wife,

Thomas Pigott, Esq. oi Capard, .s-. to that estate, and ob-
tained a re-grant of same and Corbally by patent dated 6 Dec.
1639, which estates he put into settlement on his son's mar-
riage, I67G, and entailed them on the male descendants of
himself and his brother, William Pigott. He had two sons,
Robert and Chidley, who both enjoyed the estate in succes-
sion. He d. intestate, and administration was granted of his
chattels 30 Aug. 1086, and was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Pigott, Esq. of Capard, m. (settlements dated 20
Feb. 1676), Margaret, dau. of Sir Thomas Southwell, 1st Bart,
of Castle Mattress, who m. 2ndly, Thomas FitzGerald, Esq., co.



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Limerick, and il. 1717. lie d. s. p. 1706, intestate, when he
was il. by his hrother,

Chidlet Pigott, Esq. of Capard, who administered to his
elder brother, 6 July, 1708, and </. .<!. p. 1718, when the estate
reverted, under the settlement of 167G, to his cousin,

Southwell Pigott, Ksq. of Capard. He m. Henrietta
"Wynanda Vandergraff, by whom (who d. 31 March, 1747) he
had issue,

I. CoLCLOUGH, his heir.

II. DowDALL, successor to his brother.

in. John, of Eathkeale, m. May, 1743, Mary, dan. of William
F>rownlow, Esq.. M.P. (ancestor of Lord Lurgan), by Lady
Elizabeth Hamilton his wife, eldest dau. of James, (Tth Earl
of Abercorn, and had a son,
John, heir to his uncles.

I. Cornelia Gertrude, m. May, 1739, Sir John Piers, 4th Bart,
of Tristernagh.

II. Margaret,'))!. Pec. 1741, Edward Eiggs, Esq., Barrister-
at-Law, of the Middle Temple, London.

III. Henrietta, vi. Mr. Agnew.

Mr. Pigott, whose will, dated 18 May, 1751, with a codicil,
dated 20 Feb. 1755, was proved 24 Sept. 1756, was s. by his
eldest son,

CoLCLOCGH Pigott, Esq. of Capard, m. April, 1739, Anne,
dan. of Right Hon. Edward Eiggs, M.P. for Killybegs, by
Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas Medlycoct, Esq., M.P.
for Milbourne, and d. s. p. 1779, when he was s. by his
brother,

DowBALL Pigott, Esq. of Capard, whose will, dated, 25 Feb.
1785, was proved 20 Feb. 1789. He d.s.p., and was s. by his
nephew,

John Pigott, Esq. of Capard. ni. Elizabeth, dau. of Jona-
than Lovett, Esq. of Liscombe, co. Buckingham, and had
issue,

I. John, his heir. Ii. Robert, d. unm.

HI. Thomas Southwell, Capt. in the ami)', b. 19 Dec. 1793;

in. 1820, Josephine de Steigcr, dau. of Frederic, Baron de

Eiggisberg, by whom (who was b. 24 May, 17S8, and d.

17 June, 1851) he left at his decease, 24 Oct. 1837, two sons

and three daus.,

1 John Eudolph William, 6. 1 Jan. 1822 ; d. 21 Dec.
1862.

2 Henry Armanb Eoeert, late of Capard.

1 Margaret Sophia Elizabeth, m. Alfred Zeerlcder, and has
issue.

2 Frederika Henrietta Mary Fanny, m. William de Steiger,
and has issue ; she d. 1878.

3 Henrietta Sophia Eleanor Anna, m. Xaver de Merhart,
and has issue.

1. Mary, m. 15 June, 1807, Rev. Sir Henry Delves Biough-
ron, 8th Bart, of Broughton, and d. 26 Dec. 1863.
Mr. Pigott d. 1828, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Pjgott, Esq. of Capard, m. Harriett Eleanor Thorpe
Porter, and had issue,
I. John, d. v.mn. v. p. 1846.

II Henry Pearse, d. unm. v. p. 27 May, 1864, accidentally
drowned in the lake at Capard.
III. Edward, d. unm. v. p.

Mr. Pigott d. without surviving issue 3 March, 1867, and was
,•-•. by his nephew,

Robert Henry Armand Pigott, Esq. of Capard, Queen's
CO., b. 2 April, 1830; m. 1st, 1861, Julia Theresa Eleanor
Ellen, dau. of Edward, Baron de Sturlcr, of Berne, Switzer-
land, by whom (who d. 25 Feb. 1865) he had issue,

I. Robert Edward, now of Capard.

II. Arthur, b. 1 Dec. 1863; d. 4 Feb. 1865.
I. Mary Ellen, b. 14 Feb. 1865.

He m.. 2ndly, 1875, Cccile Adfele, dau. of E., Baron de
Sturler, and d. 1887, and was s. by his only surviving son.

Arms — Erm., three fusils conjoined in fesse sa., the centre
one charged with a crescent or, for difference. Crest — A wolfs
head erased arg., charged with a crescent gu.

Stati — Capard, Rosenallis, Queen's co. ; Kiesen and Eiggis-
berg, Canton de Berne, Switzerland.



PIGOTT-CARLETON.

{See Leir-Carleton of Greywell Hall.)

■ ♦

PIGOTT OF SLEVOY.
Pemberton-Pigott, Col. Edward Charles,
of iSlevoy Castle, co. Wexford, Col. late Essex
Kegt., b. 8 July, 1836 ; m. 1st, 24 Nov. 1859, Eliza
Anne, dau. of William Elphinstone Underwood,
Esq., Madras C.S., and has, with other issue,
I. George Hamilton, b. 19 March, 1S63.



II. Robert Edward, b. 6 Oct. 1866.

I. Edith Jessie, m. — Thompson, Esq.

He m. 2ndlv, 1891, Madeline Louisa, eldest dau. of
Rev. Edward Pierce Grant, Vicar of Portsmouth.

Iiineag:e. — John Pigott, Esq., residing in co. Antrim,
temp. Charles II. and James II., was father of

Eev. Harfinch Pigott, Rector of Taghmon, Diocese of '
Ferns, who was b. 1688, entered Trin. Coll. Dublin 2 April, I
1705, became a scholar 1708, B.A. 1709, and was appointed '
to the Prebend of Taghmon 1742. In March, 1733, he
obtained a lease for ever of the house and lands of Slevoy, co.
Wexford, from Charles Tottenham, Esq. of Tottenham Green.
He had, with a dau. Hester (Mrs. Button), two sons,

I. Thomas (Rev.), Vicar of St. James's, Dublin, s. his father
at Slevoy, which he sold to bis brother 1746. His will, dated '
19 Aug. 1775, was proved 4 June, 1776 ; he leftan only dau., ,
who m. Hardy Pemberton, Esq. of the city of Dublin, '
Merchant, eldest son of John Pemberton, of Dublin, Mer-
chant, by Sarah his wife, dau. of Thomas Hardy, of Meath
Street, Dublin, and had one son,

William Pemberton, who adopted the surname of Pigots
upon succeeding to Slevoy, of whom hereafter.

II. William, of whom presently.

Eev. Harfinch Pigott d. 1746. His 2nd son,

William Pigott, Esq. of Slevoy, purchased that estate from
his elder brother. He was High Sheriff co. Wexford 1771, andl I
771. Hannah, dau. of Jacob Goff, Esq. of Horetown, co. Wexford, i
by whom (who d. 1789) he had no issue. By his will, dated
25 July, 1788, and proved 10 Nov. following, he bequeathed,
his estates (with an injunction that he should take the surname
of Pigott) to his grand-nephew,

William Pemberton-Pigott, Esq. of Slevoy Castle, already
mentioned. He was b. 3 Jan. 1773; was High Sheriff 1794,
J. P. and Lieut.-Col. Wexford Militia 21 July, 1801. He m. \
20 Dec. 1794, Ellen, dau. of Henry Thomas Houghton, Esq. of ■
Kilmannock, co. Wexford, and by her (who d. 1 June, 1862)
had issue,

I. William Henry, bapt. 4 Dec. 1796 ; d. 1815, aged 19.

II. George Powell, his heir.

III. Thomas (Rev.), m. Caroline, dau. of Rev. Mr. Fletcher,
of Callington, Cornwall, and left one dau.

IV. Charles Csesar, Capt. in the Indian army, m. March,
1839, Mary Madeline Hannie, of co. Perth, and d. 12 April,
1843, leaving issue.

I. Maria Fiances, d. 1826.

II. J.inc, 7)i.Rcv. Maxwell Phaire, and (i. 1829.

III. Kllen, m. before 1835, Rev. Maxwell Phaire.

IV. Anne Eliza, m. Jacob W. Goff, Esq. of Horetown, co.
Wexlord.

v. Charlotte. vi. Martha.

VII Mary Anne, d. 1812.

viii. Emily, m. 1839, Rev. Robert Polwhele, Vicar of Aven-
bury, who d. 1877 (.sec Polwhele of Polwhele).
Col. Pemberton-Pigott d. 10 March, 1854. His son,

George Powell Pemberton-Pigott, Esq. of Slevoy Castle,
J. P., Capt. Wexford Militia, b. 2 Dec. 1802; m. 5 July, 1834,
Mary, eldest dau. of Edward Beatty, Esq. of Healthfield, co.
Wexford, and had issue,

I. Edward Charles, now of Slevoy.

II. George Powell, m. 13 Nov. 1869, Jemima Miibel, dau. of
Maurice Wilson Knox, Esq. of Kilmannock. co. Wexfurd,
and has issue, George Frederick, Elizabeth Mabel, and Mary
Frances.

HI. William Henry, late Capt. 73rd Regt., now of Clover
Valley, co. Wexford, J. P., m. Mary Palmer, dau. of William
Taylor, Esq., Bengal C.S., and has issue,

1 Skipworth Lockwood, b. 1 Nov. 1864.

2 Vicars Longley Koyse, b. 3 April, 1866.

3 Arthur Frederick, 6. 10 Aug. 1867.

4 William John Hobhouse, b. 18 Dec. 1871.

5 Villiers Graham, b. 12 Dec. 1873.

6 Ernest Richard, b. 9 Aug. 1875.

1 Jessie Elizabeth, 6. 4 April, 1862.

2 Mary Charlotte, b. 12 Aug. 1863.

3 Violet Ruthven Palmer, 6. 10 Aug. 1870.

4 Florence Lctitia, b. 9 Feb. 1877.
IV. Richard.

v. John Charles, m. 1872, Mary Margaret, dau. of Davia

Beatty, Esq. of Borodale, and has issue.
VI. Frederick Knollys, m. 12 July, 1884, Amy, duu. of

Eev. John Keefe Robinson, Rector of Whitechurch, co.

Wexford.
vii. Henry Loftus. viii. David William.

I. Elizabeth Eleanor.

II. Olivia Goodall, ;;i. 24 Sept. 1872, Major-Gen. Arthur Loftus j
Steele.

III. Mary, m. 8 July, 1877, William George Williamson, Esq.,
Inspector Royal liish Constabulary.

IV. Emily Maude. v. Letitia Julia. ,

ffat— Slevoy Castle, Foulke's Mills, co. Wexford.



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SMYTH-PIGOTT OF BROCKLEY.

Smtth-Pigott, Maet Agnes, dau. of Joseph
^uscombe Poole, Esq. of Weston-super-Mare, m.
26 Jan. 1882, Cecil Htjgh Smyth-Pigott, Esq.
of Brockley Hall, Brockley Court, and The Grove,
Somerset, tf.P., late Lieut. N. Somerset Yeo. Cav.,
who was 0. 27 Nov. 1S60, and d. 22 Feb. 1893,
laving had issue,

I. John Hcch, 6. 1882.

II. Bernard Cecil, b. 1884.

III. Joseph Kuscombe Wadham.

I. Gladys Mary. :i. Cecily Mary Agnes.

in. Dorothy Mary. iv. Margaret Mary Blanche.

Lineagre. — John Hcgh Smtth-Pigott, Esq. of Bro:kIcy
Hall, Brockley Court, and The Grove, F.A.S., J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1828 ; m. 19 Dec. 1815, Anne Provis, Lad issue,

John Hugh Wadham Pigott, late of Brockley Hall.

Henry Thomas Coward. Ed«ard Frederick.

George Octavius.

Alfred Constantine Norman, h. 1S29 ; d. 5 Blay, 1870.

Anna, m. 2 May, 1839, Thomas Piatt, Esq., Banister-at-La\v.

Florence.

Elizabeth Augusta, m. 20 April, 1341, Edwin F. Fox, Esq.,
son of the late E. L. Fox, Esq., M.D.

Emily Isabella, d. 5 Sept. 1838. Agnes Clara.

John Hugh Wadham Pigott Smyth-Pigott, Esq. of
Erockley Hall, Brockley Court, and The Grove, Somerset, J.P.
and D.L., h. 1819 ; m. 13 Aug. 1857, Blanche Mary, 2nd dau.
of Henry Kaymond Arundell, Esq. (of the noble family of
Akdndell of Wardour), and by her (who d. 1391), had
issue,

I. Cecil Hugh, late of Brockley Hall.

II. Ernest Henry, d. 26 Feb. 1869.

III. Basil, d. 13 Nov. 1870.

IV. Bertram Joseph Arundell, 6. 26 March, 1874.

I. Blanche Mary.

II. Maud Isabel Mary, m. 1884, Monsieur Joseph Piers de
Eaveschoot, of Belgium.

III. Edith Florence Mary, ni. 1833, Capt. Raleigh Chichester,
of Kunnamoor, co. Roscommon.

IV. Sybil Constance Mary.

£ta£— Brockley Court, West Town, R.S.O. Somerset.



PIKE OF GLENDARARY.
Pike, Eichaed Nicholsox, Esq. of Glendararj,
CO. Mayo, b. 18 May, 18S0.

Liineag'e. — The Ptke family was resident in Devon at a
very early date. There was a branch also at Ilford, in Essex,
in the 14th century.

Richard Pike, or Ptke, Esq. of Kewbury, Berks, h. 1598,
had considerable estates in that co., a portion of which he
offered to settle on his son,

Richard Pike, Esq. of Sarsfield Court, co. Cork (h. at New-
bury, Berks, 1627), the first of his family who settled in Ireland,
provided he returned and resided on the English estate. He
m. 1655, Elizabeth, dau. of J. Jackson, of London (whose
ancestors were Chief Magistrates in London), and d. in 16GS,
leaving issue, four sons and two daus. His son,

Richard Pike, Esq. of Summerhill, co. Cork, b. 1659; m.
Sarah, dau. of John Watson, Esq. of Kilconnor, co. Carlow,
and d. 1739, leaving by her (whose will was dated 20 Aug.
1745) two sons, William and Samuel, and four daus.

William Pike, Esq. of Summerhill, the elder son, was
h. 1695; 711. Deborah (whose will is dated 3 March, and was
proved 28 June, 176G), dau. of John Pim, of Edenderry. He
d. 1756, leaving a son,

Richard Pike, Esq. of Summerhill, co. Cork, and Fullers
Court, CO. Kildare, b. 1748: m. 1779, Anne, dau. of Jonathan
Wilkinson, Esq. of Riversview, Cumberland, and d. IslO,
leaving a son,

Jonathan Pike, Esq. of Beechgrove, co. Tyrone, 6. 1782 ;
m. 1813, Sarah, dau. of James Nicholson, Esq. of Grange
Lodge, same co. (by Lydia his wife, dau. of James Clibborn,
Esq. of Hall, co. Westmeath), and had issue,

I. RiCHABD, of Beechgrove.

II. James Kicholson, of Derry Vale, Tyrone, d. 1S49.

III. William, of whom presently.

I. Anne.

II. Lydia Clibborn, m. 10 March, 1841, Ebenezer Pike, Esq.
of Besborough, co. Cork.

Mr. Pike d. 1860. His son,

William Pike, Esq. of Glendarary, J.P., Barrister-at-Law,
m. Marion, dau. of John Watson, Esq. of Toxteth Park, co.



Lancaster, by his wife Mary Anne, dau. of R. Laming, Esq. of
Kent, and by her (who d. 18G6) had issue,

I. Richard James, late of Glendarary.

II. William Watson, b. 10 March, 1860.

I. Mary Anne Laming, d. 1859.

II. Sarah Helen Nicholson, d. 1865.

III. Elizabeth Barrington. iv. Marion Watson.
v. Isabella Harriet Wilkinson.

Mr. Pike d. 1881, and was s. by hi.s eldest son,

Richard James Pike, Esq. of Glendarary, co. Mayo, Major
Suffolk (late 12th) Regt., b. 17 Feb. 1850; m. 1879, Mary
Emily, dau. of Charles Todd Todd-Naylor, Esq., and ha.s
issue,

I. Richard Nicholson, now of Glendarary.

II. William, b. 28 Sept. 18SI.

III. Frank, 6. 13 March, 1886.
I. Kathleen Agnes.

Major Richard James Pike d. 29 Nov. 1391.

Arms — Per pale or and arg., on a chevron az., between three
trefoils slipped vert an escallop of the second. C/-cs(— An arm
cmbowed in armour gaundetted, grasping a broken spear all
ppr., and charged with an escallop az. Motto — Vrai il la fin.

Seat — Glendarary, Achill Sound, Westport, co. Mayo.



PIKE OF BESBOROUGH.

Pike, Joseph, Esq. of Besborough, co. Cork,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriif 1891, h. 30 Dee. 1851 ;
VI. 28 Sept. 1881, Frances Annie, dau. of Walter
E.. Critehley, Esq. late of Solwick Hall, co. Lan-
caster, and his wife Elizabeth (wee Dawson), and
has issue,

I. Cecil Frances Montgo.vteby, 6. 3 Aug. 1882.

I. Lydia Dorothy Muriel, b. 20 Jan. 1885.

Xiineagre. — The Pike family was resident in Devonshire,
at an early date ; there was a branch also at Ilford, in Essex,
in the I4th century. Richard Pike or Pyke, Esq. of New
bury, Berks, 6. 1598; had estates in that co., part of which he
offered to settle on his son, Richard Pike, of Sarsfield Court,
CO. Cork, 6. at Newbury 1627 (the first of the family who set-
tled in Ireland), provided he returned to reside on his
English estate. He m. 1655, Elizabeth, dau. of J. Jackson,
of London, and d. 1668, leaving issue, four sons and two daus.
(see ■preceding Memoir).

Ebenezer Pike, son of Richard Pike, of Newbury, Berks,
and Elizabeth Jackson his wife, had, with a dau. Sarah (Mrs.
Atkins), a son,

Richard Pike, of the city of Cork, Merchant, m. 1721, Mary
Randall, and had issue,

I. Samuel, of Cork, banker, whose will, dated 26 July, 1775.
was proved 15 May, 1797. By Katherine his wife, he left
an only dau. Mary, m. Samuel RandaU, Esq.

II. Ebenezer, of whom hereafter.

III. hicliard, of Cork, m. Anne Penrose.

I. Sarah (Mrs. Wily), had three sons, Richard, Samuel, and
Thomas Wily.
Richard Pike made his will 25 Nov. 1762, which was proved
14 Oct. 1768. His 2nd son,

Ebenezer Pike, of the city of Cork, banker, m. 1765, Mrs.
Anne Pim, widow, and had issue,

I. Richard. n. Joseph, of whom presently.

I. Mary. n. Elizabeth.

Ebenezer Pike made his will 10 May, 1784, which was proved
25 June, 1785. His 2nd son,

Joseph Pike, of Besborough, co. Cork, m. 1803, Lydia
Fennell, wlio d. 1807, leaving issue,

I. Ebenezer, of whom presently. ii. Joseph.

I. Sarah.
Mr. Pike d. 1826. His son,

Ebe.nezer Pike, Esq. of Besborough, b. 25 March, 1806; m.
10 March, 1841, Lydia Clibborn, dau. of Jonathan Pike, Esq.
of Beechgrove, co. Tyrone, and had issue,

I. Joseph, now of Besborough.

II. Ebenezer, b. 18 Dec. 1853: m. Norah Godfrey- Faussett.

III. Robert Lecky of Kilnock, co. Carlow, J. P., b. 23 Jan.
1858 : m. 1883, Catherine Henrietta, dau. of Lieut. -Col.
Stanley Howard, of Ballina, co. Wicklow, and has issue,
Ebenezer John Lecky. 6. 1884.

I. Sarah Louisa, m. Thomas Wilson Strangman, Esq. of
Shanagarry, co. Cork.

II. Mary Lecky, m. Arthur Pease, Esq. of Huramershnatt,
Darlington.

III. Elizabeth, ?(i. Richard Goodbody, Esq. of Clare, King's eo.

IV. Lydia Josephine, m. John Wilson Waller, Esq. of
Tring.



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V. Henrietta Sophia, m. Eeginald Eyiey, Esq. of Lea,
Middlesex.

VI. Anne Emily. vii. Florence Lilias.

Mt. Pilie d. 29 March, 18S3.
Arms, tL-c. — Same as Pike of GUndarary.
Stat— Besborouch, Cork.
Jicsidtnce — DuDsland, Glanmire.



PILCHER OF ENGL.EFIELD GREEN.

PiLCHEB, John Giles, Esq. of Bellefields, Englc-
field Green, co. Surrey, J.P. and D.L. Surrey, and
.I.P. lor London, m. 17 Aug. ISGi, Caroline Ellen,
(lau. of late Major-Gen. Miinsey, Madras Caralry,
and has issue,

John Haert Waktok, 6. 16 June, 1S65.
Alexander Munsey Warton, b. 3 Mar^h, 1370.
.'i.Uoe Nelly Warton, 6. 6 April, 1867.
Edith Eleanor "Warton, 6. IS Jan. 1878.

Mr. Pileher is the eldest son of the late John
Giles Pileher, of Stockwell, Surrey, by Jane his
■wife, dau. of Mathew Warton, Esq. ; she d. 1S83.

Seat — Bellefields, Englefield Green, Surrey.
Mesidence — 28, Lewes Cre.=cent, Brighton.
Clubs — Reform and Magistrates.



PILKINGTON OF TORE.

PiliKlNGTON, Henby Mitlock, Esq. of Tore, co.
Westmeath, J.P., Q.C, LL.D. Trin. Coll. Dublin,
M.A. Cambridge, b. 24 Sept. 1813 ; m. 12 May,
1855, Wilhelmina Charity, eldest dau. of John
McDonnell, M.D., late a Commissioner Local
GoTernment Board, and has issue,

I. Henkt Lionel, Capt. 21st Hussars, 6. 22 May, 1857,

n. Alexander John McDonnell, b. 17 May, 1863 ; to. 8 Nov.

1887, Dorothy, adopted dau. of George L. Craik and

Dinah M. Craik.

III. George Lawrence, B.A. Cambridge, b. 4 June, 1805.

IV. Robert Eivington, B.A. Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law,
b. 8 Feb. 1870.

I. Charity Mary. ii. Emily Georgina Catherine.

III. Katherine Anne Isabel, m. 18 April, 1892, Rev. William
J. Kittson, Rector of Druracoiirath, diocese of Meath,
and has issue, Wilhelmine Charity Margaret Isabel.

Lineage.— The family of Pilkington is of Saxon origin.
In Fuller's Worthies, it is mentioned as "a right ancient
lamily, gentlemen of repute before the Conquest," and in
(Iwilim, as " a knightly family of great antiquity, taking
name from Pilkington, in co. Lancaster."

EicHAKD Pilkington, 6. 1635, a descendant of this ancient
house, springing from the family seated at Eivington, co.
Lancaster, was a staunch royalist, and had to compound for
his estates. He acquired, before the year 1695, extensive pro-
perty in Westmeath and King's co., and settled at Rathgarrett
or Tore, in the former co. He d. 10 Oct. 1711, leaving, by
Mary his wife, two sons, i. Richard, who d. t. p., and ii.
Abbadam, and eight daus. The 2nd son,

Abraham Pilkington, Esq. of Tore, m. 2 March, 1704,
Elizabeth, dau. of James West, Esq. of Gorthroe, and d. 1715,
leaving issue, Anne and

Henry Pilkington, Esq. of Tore, High Sheriff co. West-
meath, 1738, ra. 1st, 4 March, 1726, his cousin, Sarah, dau. of
Barakiah Low, Esq. of Newtown Ix)w, and by her had a son,
Abraham, his heir. He m. 2ndly, 1738, Barbara, dau. of Arch-
deacon Sampson, and by her had two sons,

I. Edward, who left one dau. Anne Hamilton, to. her cousin,
Henry Pilkington, Esq. of Tore.

II. Thomas, -hl. Bridget, only dau. of the Rev. Ephraim
Harpur, of Urney, King's co., and had issue,

1 Henry, to. and had a son, Eev. Michael Pilkington,
TO. Anne Orr, sister of George Orr Dunbar, Esq., M.P.
for Belfast (who d. 1876), and d. 1827, leaving issue,
George Dunbar, d. 1872, and Sarah, rf. 1874.

2 William, Col. in the army.

3 Richard, Capt. 81st Regc.

4 Thomas, Capt. 3rd West India Eegt.

5 Edward, of Urney, King's co., m. Margaret NcIIis, of
Upper Canada, and dying 1835, left issue, Edward; Eliza-
beth, m. June, 1838, Eev. Philip Kelland, late P'ellow
of Queen's Coll. Camb., and Professor of Mathematics at
the University of Edinburgh ; and Mary Anne, n. 11
April, 1843, Robert Potter, Esq., M.A.



6 John, Lieut. 3rd Eegt.

7 George. 8 Sampson.

9 Abraham. Capt. 92nd Highlanders, with which regiment
he fought at Waterloo, and Capt. 2nd Life Guards, d. a*
May, 1843.

10 Gammell, d. young. 11 Matthew, 3rd Eegt.
Mr. Pilkington d. 1777, and was s. by his eldest son,

Abraham Pilkington, Esq. of Tore, to. Mary Shaw, sister
of Anne, the wife of Col. Low, of Newtown Low, and had isoue,
1. Henry, his heir; ii. William, in. Margaret Mills, but d.i.p.;
III. Abraham; i. Matilda, m, Luke Usher, Esq. ; ii. Sarah, :
Philip North, Esq.; in. Anne, );i. Charles North, Esq. Mr.
Pilkington d. 1799, and was s. by his son,

Henry Pilkington, Esq. of Tore, J.P., m. 1st, 19 May, 1778,
Frances Emilia, dau. of Eev. John Mulock, D.D., of Bellair,j
King's CO., and by her had issue,

I. Henry, of whom presently.

II. Abraham John, Capt. Londonderry Militia, to. 1803,
Maria, dau. of — McHugo, of co. Galway, and had issue,

1 Homan, to. 1st, Jane, dau. of — Lambert, Esq. of Agart,

CO. Galway, and by her has issue, Henry and Anna.

Human Pilkington in. 2ndly, 1850, Elizabeth, widow of

Mathew Baker, Esq., Q.C.
1 Belinda, to. 1829, Isaac North Bomford, Esq. of Ferrans,

CO. Meath, and d. 1854.

III. William Lowe, Lieut. E.N., d. 1809.

I. Frances, to. 1797, John Swift Emerson, Esq., by whom she
had issue, one son,
Horatio, to. 1825, Emily, dau. of William Mulock, Esq.,
and by her had issue,
1 John, TO. Mary Jane, dau. of Isaac North Bomford,
Esq., and d. 1868, leaving issue.

1 Fanny, d. young.

2 Elizabeth, m. John Xorth, Esq., and has issue.
Henry Pilkington to. 2ndly, 1789, Anne Hamilton, dau. and
heir of Edward Pilkington, Esq., and by her had issue, one,
son,

IV. Edward, m. 1818, Eleanor, dau. of Joshua Bereton, M.D.,
and d. in 1836, leaving issue,

1 Edward, m. 26 Sept. 1872, Eliza Mary, eldest dau. of
Henry Woodbridge Woodbridge, Esq., late of Camberwell,
Sun-ey.

2 Henry Bereton, m. Jane Grubb, and d. s. p. 30 April,
1859.

3 I )avid, d. unm. 24 April, 1877.
1 Katherine Elizabeth, to. 4 Aug. 1842, Eev. Canon Heb-I

den, M.A., Church of the Ascension Eectory, Hamilton,'
Canada, and has issue,

Joshua John, rf. Sept. 1872. late Capt. and Adjutant I3tl:
batt. Volunteer Militia, Hamilton.

Robert Young, b. 1 Jan. 1847.

Charles William, 6. 12 Sept. 1850.

Edward Feild, b. 29 April, 1851.

Frances Anne, to. Thomas Corsun, Esq., and has issue,

Anne Isabella. Florence Adelaide.

Katherine Ada. Isabella Margaret.

Henry Pilkington d. 1810, and was s. by his eldest son,

Henry Pilkington, Esq., J. P., of Tore, 6. 3 Nov. 1780; to,
24 April, 1806, Barbara, 5th dau. of Eev. John Lang, Eector
of Eandalstown, co. Antrim, and by her (who d. 14 April, 1864)
left at his decease, 23 Dec. 1865,

Hbnr? Mulock, now of Tore.

Elizabeth, d. 21 Jan. 1888.

Emily Frances, m. 10 Aug. 1848, Eev. George Phillips, D.D.,
President of Queen's Coll. Camb., who d. 5 Feb. 1892.

.^rms— Arg., a cross potence gu., voided of the field. Crest —
A mower, with his scythe in front, habited as follows : A high-
crowned liat with flap, the crown party per pale, flap the same,
counterchanged : coat buttoned to the middle, with his scythe
in bend ppr., habited throuch quarterly and counterchanged
arg and gu. Motloex — Pilkyngton Pailedowne — The master
mows the meadows ; over the crest. Now thus ! now thus.

Seat — Tore, Tyrrels Pass, co. Westmeath.






PILKINGTON OF ST. HELENS.
Pilkington, William, Esq. of Sutton, St.
Helens, co. Lancaster, J.P. and D.L., b. 11 March,
1827, m. 24 Oct. 1854, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of
Lee Watson, Esq. of St. Helens, and Alice Speak-
man, his wife, and by her who d. 5 March, 1893,
has issue,

I. William Lee, b. 26 March, 1857, to. 5 Jan. 1888, Sybil
Harriette, dau. of R. Neilson, Esq.

II. George Herbert, 6. 4 April, 1858, to. 1 Oct. 1885, Norah
Jessie, dau. of C. Langton, Esq., and has issue, Geoffrej
and Cecil Norah.

m. Reginald Murray. iv. Francis C



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