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Pleydell, Esq. of Milborne, m. Anne,
only dau. of Francis Luttrell, Esq. of Ven, Somerset, 2nd son
of Alexander Luttrell, Esq. of Dunster Castle, and dying 1794,
ieft issue,

Edmond Morton, of whom presently.

William Morton, Col. in the army, m. Frances, relict of Rev.
'Francis Lewis, of Portscuit. co. Jlonniouth, and dau. and

'CO-heir of William Freke, Esq. of Hannington, Wilts, d. s. x>.

-Anne, d. v,nm. Mary, d. unm.

■Charlotte, d. young.

Cornelia, m. the Hon. Archibald Stuart, twin brother to
Francis, 9th Earl of Moray, and had issue.
The eldest son,

EDM0ND Morton Pleydell, Esq. of Whatcombe, m. Mar-
garetta Elizabetha, dau. of William Richards, Esq. of Warm-
well, Dorset, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Edward Clavell,
Esq. of Smedmore, in the same co., and d. Jan. 1835, having
had issue,

1. Margabetta, m. 20 Sept. 1831, Rev. James Michel

(who d. 26 Feb. 1839), 6th son of David Robert Michel, Esq.

of Dewlish House, in the same co. She s. her fatlier,

Edmund Morton Pleydell, Esq., Jan. 1835, and d. 1871.

31. Cornelia, (/. 1844.

an. Mary Sophia, m. Rev. George Clutterbuck Fromc, of

PuncknoU, Dorset. She d. 1827, leaving two daus.
*v. LoDisA, m. 1815, John Mansel, C.B., of Smedmore, Col.
in the army, h. 1776 (4th son of Sir William Mansel, Bart.
of Muddlescombe, by Mary his wife, only dau. and eventual
heir of John Philips, Esq. of Coed Gaene), and d. Jan.
i 1863, leaving her (who d. 6 May, 1863, aged 73),
1 1 John Clavell Mansel-Pleydell, who assumed the
j additional surname of Pleydell, 1872, and is now of What-
i combe.

! 2 George Pleydell Mansel, of Smedmore, Wareham (sec
I Mansel o/.S»i«tto!ore).

I 3 Morton Grove Mansel, of Puncknoll, late an Officer in
the 10th Foot, b. 1823; m. 1848, Elizabetha Arundel, dau.
I and co-heir of Rev. George Clutterbuck Frome, ofPunck-
1 noil, Dorset, and d. 1859, having had issue,

I George Morton, late Lieut. E.N., h. April, 1849.

i Walter Luttrell, Major South Lancashire Regt., 6. 1851.

' Emma Louisa Arundel.

4 Owen Luttrell Mansel (Rev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.,
Rector of Church Knowle, Dorset, h. 1827; m. 1859,
iouiaa Catherine, youngest dau. and co-heir of Lord

AVilliam Montagu, 2nd son of William, 5th Dulic of Maa
Chester, and has issue,

Francis Montagu, b. 1861, d. 1891.

Owen Llewellyn, b. 1864.

Edward Luttrell, b. 1866.

William Du Pre, b. 1869.

Charles Pleydell, b. 1873. James Morton, 6. 1876.

Kathai'ine Louisa. Emily Magdalene.

Winifred. Theresa. Gwendoline.

5 Arthur Edmund Manse!, J. P. for Dorsetshire, Capt. late

3rd Hussars, b. 10 April, 1828 ; in. 1S60, Clare Henrietta,

eldest dau. of the Hon. A. Lascelles, son of Henry, 2ntl

Earl of Harewood, and has issue,

Algernon Lascelles, b. 1868. Hugh Arthur, 6. 1869.

Evelyn Louisa. Margaret Blanche.

Susan Emma. Clare Frances.

Eleanor Jlaud. Ehoda Caroline.

1 Louisa Mary, d. Aug. 1829.

2 Eliza Sophia, d. 1834.

3 Emma Georgina, m. 1S52, Charles Richard Hoare, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law, eldest son of the Ven. C. Hoare, Arch-
deacon of Surrey. He d. 1871.

V. Emma Septima, m. Sir George Rideout Bingham, K.C.B.
and T S., of Deans Leaze, Dorset, Major-Gen. in the army,
and Col. 1st batt. Rifle Brigade, and d. 1874.

A-iins — Quarterly: Istarg., abend gu. guttee of the field,
between two choughs of the second, a chief chequy or and sa.,
for Pley'dell ; 2nd arg., a chevron between three maundies
sa., for Mansel; 3rd quarterly gu. and erm., in the sinister
chief and dexter base a goat's head erased arg., attired or, for
Morton. Ci-ests — 1st, a panther's head erased sa. bezantee,
swallowing a cross-pattee fitehee gu., for Pleydell; 2nd, A
cap of maintenance, inflamed on the top, ppr. for Mansel.
Motto — Imitari quam invidere.

Heat — Whatcombe, Longthorns, Milborne, Dorset.


Plowden, William Francis, Esq. of Plowden,
Salop, and Aston-le-Walls, co. Northampton, J.P.
and D.L., b. 3 June, 1853 ; s. his father 23 July,
1870 ; m. 12 Oct. 1874, Lady Mary Dundas, dau. of '•
Hon. John Charles Dundas, and sister to Lawrence
Marquess of Zetland, and has issue,

I. William Edwin, 6. 21 May, 1876.

II. Francis Charles, b. 26 Sept. 1877.

hi. Roger Edmund Joseph, b. 5 June, 1879.
IV. Godfrey Bruce Aloysius, b. 9 Feb. 1892.

Lineage. — The family of Plowden has been seated at I
Plowden, in Salop, from a period antecedent to the earliest
records extant in the vicinitj'.

EoGEU Plowden, of Plowden, is stated to have been a
Crusader under Riciiabd Cceur de Lion, to have assisted at
the siege of Acre 1194, and to have received for his gallant
services there the augmentation of the fleur-de-lis borne ever
since by his descendants. He was ancestor of

Edmond Plowden, Esq. of Plowden, Scrjeant-at-Law, one of
the most eminent lawyers of his day. He m. Katherine, dau.
of William Sheldon, Esq. of Beoley, co. Worcester, and had
issue ; he d. 1584, aged 07. His 2nd son,

Francis Plowden, Esq. of Plowden, m. Mary, dau. of I
Thomas Fermor, Esq. of Somerton, co. Oxford, and had issue,

I. Francis, his heir; ii. Edmund, of Wanstcad, Hants, styled
in his will, 29 July, 1055, "Sir Edmund Plowden, Lord Karl
Palatine, Governor and Capt. -Gen. of the Province of New
Albion, in America; " he m. Mabel, dau. of Peter Mariner,
and grandchild and heir of John Chatterton, Esq. of Chatterton,
CO. Lancaster, and was ancestor of Plowden o/ Xa.ssara, //c.Jits,
and Plowden of Jiwhurst Park ; in. Thomas ; i. Mary;

II. Catherine ; in. Anne. Mr. Plowden d. 11 Dec. 1652, aged
90, and was s. by his eldest son,

Francis Plowpen, Esq. of Plowden, m. Elizabeth, dau. and
heiress of Alban Butler, Esq. of Aston-lc-Walls, co. North-
ampton, and had issue. He d. 18 Jan. 1661, and was s. by his

Edmund Plowden, Esq. of Plowden and Aston-le-Walla, !
m. Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Cotton, Esq. of Bedhampton,
Sussex, and had (with four other sons, who all d. s. p.)

Edmund, his heir.

Francis, Comptroller of the Household to King James IL,
m. Mary, dau. of the lion. John Stafford Howard, and
granddau. of Sir William Howard, Viscount Stafford,
so unjustly brought to the block and attainted 1678. Mr.
Francis Plowden d. at St. Germain, in France, leaving
(with a son, Francis, a celebrated Catholic divine and con-
troversial writer) an only dau. and eventual heir, Mary
Plowden, who ni. Sir George Jerninghani, Bart., of Cossjrl





Hall, Norfolk, and was mother of Sir Wihiam Jeeningham,
wliose son and heir, Sik George Jebningham (the attainder
of Viscount Stafford being reversed in 1824), was restored
to the barony of Stafford.

Elizabeth, m. Walter Blount, Esq. of Maple Durham.
Mr. Plowden d. 20 May, 1666, and was s. by his son,

Edmun'd Plowden, Esq. of Plowden and Aston, m. Pene-
lope, dau. and co-heir of Sir Maurice Drumniond, Bart., and
had (with several other sons, who all d. s. p.) William, his
heir, and Dorothy, m. 1st, Philip Draycott, Esq., and 2ndly,
Sir William Goring. He d. 27 Nov. 1677, and was s. by his

William Plowdem, Esq. of Plowden and Aston, 6. 1066.
This gentleman held the rank of Col. in the Life Guards of
King James II. He rebuilt the Manor House at Aston. Col.
Plowden m. thrice ; of the 1st marriage, with Mary Morley,
there was no issue ; of the 2nd, with Mary, dau. of John Stonor,
Esq. of Stonor, there were one son and two daus.,

William, his heir.

Penelope, m. 1st, Thomas Foley, Esq. of Stourbridge, and
2ndly, Eichard Whitworth, Esq.

Frances, in. Kobert Aglionby Slaney, Esq. of Hatton Grange,
Mr. Plowden's 3rd wife was Maria, dau. of Sir C. Lyttelton,
and by her he had three sons, who d. s. p., and two daus.,

Mary, ra. Anthony Wright, Esq. of Wealside, Essex.

Barbara Anne, m. Thomas Cameron, M.D.
He d. 5 March, 1740-1, and was s. by his son,

William Plowden, Esq. of. Plowden and Aston, in. 1726,
Frances, dau. of Charles, 5th Lord Dormer, and had issue,

Edmund, his successor.
Frances, m. Robert Taaffe, Esq. of Ireland.
Anne Mary, in. Edward Haggerston, Esq.
Mary, in. 14obert Garvey, Esq. of Rouen.

Mr. Plowden d. 27 Aug. 1754, and wass. by his son,

Edmund Plowden, Esq. of Plowden and Aston, in. 20 July,
1755, Lucy, dau. of William Thompson,Esq. of LeicesterSquare.
London, and granddau. and co-heir of Sir Berkeley Lucy,
Bart, of Broxboume, Herts, and by her (whod. 4 July, 1765)
liad two sons and four daus.,

I. Edmund, his successor.

H. William Xaverius, to. 13 Nov. 1797. Mary, dau. of Simon
Winter, Esq., and d. Nov. 1824, having had issue,

1 William Henbt Francis, late of Plowden.

2 Charles Joseph, of Eome, b. 1805 ; in. Miss Eliza Bryan,
and left issue, Charles William, Francis Hugh, and
Roger Herbert

1 Anna Maria, d. unni.

I. Elizabeth Lucy, m. 1777, Sir Henry Tichbome, Bart.

II. Lucy Mary, -/u. Anthony Wright, Esq. of Wealside, in Essex.

III. Frances Xaveria, in. Francis Constable, Esq. of Burton
Constable, and d. s. p.

IV. Mary Margharetta, m. 1787, Charles Throckmorton, Esq.,
and d. s. p.

!Mr. Plowden d. 9 Jan. 1768, and was s. by his son,

Edmund Plowden, Esq. of Plowden, Salop, and of Aston,
m. Anna Maria, dau. of Robert Burton, Esq. of Longner,
4Salop, and had an only child,

Anna Maria, in. Rev. John Eyton, Vicar of Wellington and
Rector of Eyton, by whom (who d. 10 Jan. 1823) she left at
her decease, Oct. 1825, six sons and three daua. (see Etton
of El/ton).

Mr. Plowden d. 4 April, 1838. His nephew and heir,

William Henrt Francis Plowden, Esq. of Plowden and
Aston-le- Walls, High Sheriff 1848, b. 21 Oct. 1802; in. 23 Jan.
1834, Barbara, eldest dau. of Francis Cholmeley, Esq. of
Brandsby HaU, go. York, and by her (who d. 26 June, 1853)
Jiad issue,

William Fbancis, now of Plowden and Aston-le-Walls.

Barbara Mary. Harriet, d. 26 June, 1865.

Ellinor. Alice, d. 14 Oct. 1866.

Mary, d. 27 Dec. 1864.

■Constance, in. 28 Aug. 1877, Francis, eldest son of F. H.
Frees, Esq., and has one son, Joseph Francis Gerard, 6. 19
Oct 1881.

Certrude Mary. Sjhil Maria, d. unin. 7 March, 1891.

Laura Mary, m. 16 July, 1873, James William Thomas
Thunder, Esq., 3rd son of Michael Thunder, Esq. of Lagore,

, «o. Meath, and has issue. Cyril Joseph, 6. 27 July, 1875;
Bernard William, b. 15 Aug. 1877 ; Wilfrid Michael, 6. 15
Nov. Issl ; Hilda Mary, b. 2a July, 1879 ; Constance Maria,
b. 29 June, 1885 ; and Mary Annette, b. 10 Nov. 1887.
Mr. Plowden d. 23 July, 1870.

_ Anns— Az., a fesse dancettee, the two upper points termina-
ting in fleursde-lis or. Crdst— On a mount vert a buck passant
ea.. attired or.
•Vai— Plowden Hall, Lj dbury. North Salop.


Scott-Plummee, Chakles Henet, Esq. of
Middlestead and Sunderland Hall, co. Selkirk, J.P.
and D.L. co. Selkirk, late Lieut. (86th) Royal Irish
Rifles, h. 18 Oct. 1859 ; s. his father 1880.

Lineage.— Sir William Scott, of Harden (temp. James
VI.), tenth in descent from Walter Scott, of Synton, ra. Agnes,
dau. of Sir Gideon Murray, of Elibank, Treasurer-Depute of
Scotland, by whom (besides three daus.) he had five sons, of
whom the youngest,

John Scott, m. Agnes, dau. of Robert Scott, of Harwood,
and was progenitor of the family of Scott of Wall, co. Rox-
burgh. His son,

Walter Scott, of Woll, m. 1694, Eliza, dau. of Scott, of
Horsley Hill, and left a son,

William Scott, of Woll, Sheriff of co. Selkirk, m. Jean,
eldest dau. of Charles Balfour, of Broadmeadows, by Janet
his wife, dau. of William Plummer, of Middlestead, and Jean
his wife, dau. of William Kerr, of Sunderland Hall (descended
from Kerr of Ferniehirst*), and had issue, Charles, Andrew,
and John. The eldest son,

Charles Scott, of Woll, m. Feb. 1777, Elizabeth, dau. of
William Waugh, of Shaw, by Barbara (his wife and cousin),
dau. of Gavin Plummer, and by her (who d. 3 Feb. 1831) had

I. William, of Woll, m. Alicia, dau. of R. J. Uniacke, Esq.,
and had two sons,

1 Charles Andrew, of Woll, d. unm. 1838.

2 Richard, d. young.

II. Charles Balfour, m. 1818, Eliza, dau. of Rev. Alexander
Ker, and d. 1839, leaving issue, by her (who d. 1869), one
son and four daus.,

1 Charles, of whom presently.
1 Catherine, d, unm.

1 Elizabeth, m. Capt. Alexander Munro, of Craiglockharfc,
CO. Edinburgh, who d. 1867.

3 Isabella, d. young. 4 Barbara Jane, d. 1865.

III. John, Col. H.E.I.C.S., who «. his nephew in the estate of
Woll, in. Clem.entina, dau. of Edward Shaw, Esq., and had
issue, two daus.,

1 Clementina, in.S. Durbin, Esq.

2 Elizabeth, d. unm. 1883.

IV. Gilbert.

I. Barbara.

II. Jean, to. Col. Dunsmore. rn. Elizabeth.
Charles Scott-Plummeb, Esq. of Sunderland Hall, M.A.,

J.P. and D.L., Convenor co. Selkirk, only son of Charles
Balfour Scott, and grandson of Charles Scott, of Woll, as
above, b. 2 Sept. 1821 ; s. in 1838, his father, C. B. Scott, Esq.
of Woll, which property he resigned in the following year to
his uncle John, in terms of the entail. He in. 21 Jan. 1857,
Sophia, dau. of Joseph Goff, Esq. of Hale Park, Hants, and
had issue,

I. Charles Henry, now of Sunderland Hall.

II. Joseph Walter, b. 1861.

I. Jane Eliza, m. Robert J., eldest son of H. M. Lang, Esq.
of Broadmeadows, and d. 1887, leaving issue, Hugh Cyril;
Robert Charles, d. 1889; Cicely Jane ; and Josephine.

II. Eliza Sophia, in. 1 June, 1886, Lieut.-Col. Philip Trotter,
93rd Highlanders, and has issue, Philip Coutts, Cecile
Frances Louisa.

Mr. Scott-Plummer assumed the surname of Plummer, 1839,
on succeeding to the entailed estates of Middlestead and
Sunderland Hall, when he relinquished Woll in favour of his
uncle. Col. John Scott. He d. Feb. 1880.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th az., on a chevron, between
three lions' heads erased or, guttee de sang, as many martlets
of the field, for Plummer ; 2nd and 3rd gu., on a chevron arg.
three mullets of the first, in base a stag's head erased or, for
Kerr. Crest — A demi-lion rampant arg., in the dexter paw
a sprig vert. Motto — Consuito et audaciter.

iSeat— Sunderland Hall, Selkirk, N.B.


PiUMPTEE, Chaeles John, Esq. of Fredville,
Eent, J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff 1877, M.A.,

* Robert Ker, Yair and of Sunderland Hall, (2nd son of
Ralph Ker of Femiehirst, who d. 1460) from whom descended
William Ker (1690), whose dau and heiress m. William
Plummer, of Middlestead. They had two daus., Marjory who
in. her cousin. Dr. Andrew Plummer, and left one son, Andrew,
and three daus., who all d. s. p. : and Janet, m. Charles Balfour,
of Broadmeadows, and left one dau. Jean, m. WUliam Scott, of
Woll (of whom above).

5 L 2





Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. 1st Vol. Batt. (The
Butfs) East Kent Eegt. (retired after 32 years
eeryice "with permission to retain the rank and wear
the uniform), has the V.D. b. 30 Not. 1835 ; in. 16
Aug. 1860, Fanny Augusta, 4th dau. of the Eev.
H. Western Plumptre, late Rector of Eastwood,
Notts, by whom he has surviring issue,

I. Henbt Westekn, Capt. 1st Vol. Batt. E. Kent Eegt., h. 3
Xov. 1867.

II. Arthur Huntingdon, b. SO Aug. 1869.

III. Henry Pemberton, i.24 Oct. 1870.

I. Emily Agnes, 6. 19 Sept. 1862.

II. Alice Emilia, b. 12 March, 1865, m. 21 April, 1832, Rev.
F. K. A. Hamilton.

m. Mary Louisa, b. 11 Sept. 1866.

IV. Edith Margaretta, b. 19 Aug. 1875.

V. Eleanor Sophia, b. 19 Dec. 1878.

Liineag'e. — The family of Plumptke, .settled for centuries
in the town of Nottingham, represented that borough in Par-
liament from the time of the Plantagenets. In 15 Edward I.,
Paul de Pldmptke, surnamed The Clerk, son of William, son
of Thomas de Plumptke, living temp. King John, claimed from
Thomas, son of William de Plumptre, a yearly rent of ten
marks stirhng in Hlmnptre, with divers portions of lands, but
failed in the attempt. He was father of

Henry de Plu.mptre, whose son,

AViLLiAM DE Plcmptbe, living 3 and 18 Edward III., m. and
had issue, i. Henry, his heir; it. John, M.P. for Nottingham
in the last Parliament of Richard II., Founder of Plumptre
Hospital, Nottingham ; and iii. John, mentioned in the wills of
his two elder brothers. The eldest son,

Henry de Plumptre, of Nottingham, temp. Richard II.,
was great-great-great-grandfather of

Nicholas Pldmptee, Esq. of Nottingham, who represented
that town in Parliament 13 Elizabeth. His son and lieir,

Henry Plumptre, Esq. of Nottingham, bapt. 19 Sept. 1579,
m. 25 Aug. 1597, Anne, 2nd dau. of Richard Parkyns, Esq. of
Boney, Notts, and by her (who d. 22 April, 1639) had four sons
and four daus. He d. 26 July, 1642, and was s. by liis eldest

Nicholas Plumptre, Esq. of Nottingham, d. unm. 3 AprU,
1644, and was «. by his brother,

Huntingdon Plumptre, M.D., of Nottingham, bapt. 5 Feb.
1601, a gentleman of great professional reputation, who is
recorded in Gervase Holles's Memoirs of the Earls of Clare,
as attending the 1st Earl in his last illness, being "accounted
the best physician at Nottingham." Dr. Plumptre m. 1st.
18 July, 1628, Jane, yonngest dau. of Richard Scott, Esq. of
Byshopdicke Hall, co. York; but she dyings. ^., 5 June, 1641,
he )/i. 2ndly, 14 Aug. 1642, Christian, 3rd dau. of Sir Richard
Brooke, of Norton, co. Chester, by Catherine his wife, dau. of
Sir Henry Neville, M.P., of Billingbere, Berks, and had (with
four daus., of whom Faustina, m. Rev. Drue Cressener, D.D.,
Rector of Soham, co. Cambridge, and Amanda, m. William
Orde, Esq. of Beale) three sons. Dr. Plumptre d. June, 1660,
and was s. by his eldest son,

Henry Plumptre, Esq. of Nottingham, 6. 19 Sept. 1644 : m.
1st, Mary, dau. of Thomas Blayney, Esq. of co. Hereford, and
by her (who d. 1673) had one dau. Christina, who d. unm.
1693. He m. 2ndly, Joyce, dau. of Henry Sacheverell, Esq. of
Barton, and widow of John Milward, Esq. of Snitterton, co.
Derby, by whom (who d. 1708) he had three sons,

John, his heir.

Henry, father of Russell Plumptre, 6. 4 Jan. 1709, M.D.,
Regius Professor of Physic in the University of Cambridge,
whose only dau. m. — Ward, Esq. of Wilbraham, co. Cam-
bridge. Dr. Russell Plumptre d. Oct. 1793.

Fitzwilliam, b. 24 Oct. 1686 ; m. Jane, widow of Commodore
0«en, and d. 3 Dec. 1749.

Mr. Plumptre d. 29 Dec. 1693, and was s. by his son,

John Plumptre, Esq. of Nottingham, 6. 1679 ; ra. Anna-
tclla, eldest dau. of Sir Francis Molyneux, Bart, of Tever-
shall, M.P. for co. Nottingham, by Diana his wife, sister of
.Scrope, Viscount Howe, and by her (who d. 27 June, 1745)

I. John, his heir.

II. Charles (Ven.), D.D., Archdeacon of Ely and Rector of
St. Mary Woolnoth, London, and of Orpington, Kent, b. 16
July, 1712; d. 14 Sept. 1779.

III. hrancis, »/i. 7 April, 1755.

IV. Polydore, 6. 1 Nov. 1714; m. 11 Dec. 1760, Elizabeth
Eyre, and d. 15 April, 1777.

V. Robert (Rev.), D.U., Master of Queen's Coll, Camb. 1773,
d. lias, leaving by Anne Newcome his wife,

1 Joseph (Rev.), d. s. p.

2 James (Rev.), Rector of Great Grandsdon, (7. t. j%.

3 Robert, of Norwich, Barrister- at- Law, m. and had ispu^.

1 Diana, m. 7 April, 1781, her cousin, the Rev. Juha
Plumptre, and d. 1825.

2 Anne, the authoress, d. unm.

3 Lydia. 4 Arabella.

5 Jemima, m. Frederick Layton, Esq. Capt. of Marines.
VI. Septimus, ni. 1753, Catharine Young, and left issue iA
his decease, 5 Feb. 1782, aged 94.

1 John (Very Rev.), D.D., Dean of Gloucester 1808^
b. 11 March, 1754; m. 1781, Diana, dau. of the Rev.
Robert Plumptre, D.D., and dying 1825, left issue,

John Francis, h, 4 Dec. 1781, Fellow of Eton Coll. ; 7,^.
Caroline, dau. of — Carter, Esq. of Foxley, Wilts.
Henry Scawen, M.A. (Rev.), 6. 11 Dec. 1789.
Robert Bathurst, b. 27 Sept. 1791; m. 7 April, 1825,
Susannah, dau. of the Rev. Iltyd NichoU, and by her
(who d. March, 1849) had issue,

Robert William (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Corfe Mullen,
Wimborne, b. 26 Feb. 1826 : m. 7 April, 1863, EUeit
Blanche, 3rd dau of John Bingley Garland, Esq. of
Stone Cottage and Leeson House. Dorset, and has
issue, Robert; Garland, 6. 8 June, 1865; John Vallis
Nicholl, b. 13 Feb. 1867 ; Amy Eleanor Annabella, d.
an infant ; and Blanche Mary Augusta.
Louisa Frances. Eleanor.

Tryphena Mary. Annabella.

2 Charles (Rev.), Rector of Teversal, Notts, and after-
wards of Long Newton, co. Durham, 6. 13 Feb. 1765;
VI. 14 Jan. 1780, Mary, dau. of Joseph Mellar, Esq. of
Mansfield, and d. May, 1812, leaving by her (who d. »
March, 1840),

Kaye Francis, 6. 9 July, 1784 ; d. unm. in India circa-

Edward Hallows, of the Middle Temple, b. 27 Oct. 1785 ;
m. Oct. 1816, Eliza, dau. of the late Jacob Pitfield, Esq.
of Syinondsbury, Dorset, and d. 25 Nov. 1851, leaving
i.ssue by her (who </. 1840) 1 Charles John, Q.C., of 36,
Hamilton Terrace, St. John's Wood, Barrister-at-Law,
b. 28 March, 1818, m. 14 March, 1844, Carohne {d.
1808), youngest dau. and co-heir of Robert Colmer,
Etq. Barrister-at-Law, of The Rookery, Yoxford,
Suffolk, and has is.sue, two daus., Emily Jane Catharine
Elizabeth Colmer and Constance Eliza Maria Fanny,
and two sons, Reginald Charles Edward, b. 24 Dec.
1848, and Algernon Frederic Charles, 6. 15 Aug. Is52;
2 Edward Hayes (Very Rev.), D.D., Prebendary of St.
Paul's, Professor of Divinity King's Coll. London, and
Dean of Wells, b. 6 Aug. 1&21, m. 5 July, 1848, Harriet
Theodosia, youngest dau. of Rev. M. Maurice, of
Netting Hill ; 3 Henry Frances, H.E.I.C.S., b. 1 Sept.
1827, 111. 1 May, 1852, Catherine, 5th dau. of Thomas
Massa Alsager, Esq. of Queen Square, Bloomsbury; 4-
William Alfred, M.A. deceased (Rev.), Chaplain to the
Duke of Marlborough, b. 4 Oct. 1830, m. 31 March,
1859, Sarah, dau. of Frances White, Esq. of East Ret-
ford, CO. Notts, and d. Sept. 1869 ; 1 Eliza SeUna, d.
Sept. 1858; 2 Mary Frances, rn. Rev. Canon Percy
Rogers, M.A., Rector of Simonbum, Northumberland,
Rural Dean.

Frederick Charles (Rev.), D.D., Master of University
Coll. Oxford, b. 17 Aug. 1790 ; d. Nov. 1870.

Frances, m. George Ilodgkinson, of Southwell, co»
Notts, d. 1833.

Maria, d. Sept. 1858.

Dorothy, d. April, 1876.

3 Edward, d. young 1768.

1 Dorothy, m. 7 April, 1783, Francis Evans, Esq. of co.

I. Maria, m. 1752, Dr. Thomas Wilbraham.

II. Annabella.

Mr. Plumptre d. 29 Sept. 1751. His son and heir,

John Plumptre, Esq. of Nottingham, M.P. for that town,
6.' 10 Feb. 1710, was the first of the family to settle at Fred-
ville, on his marriage, in 1756, with Margaretta, dau. of Sir
Brook Bridges, Bart, of Goodnestone, to whom the estate
belonged. She had no issue. He m. 2ndly, 1758, Mary, dau. of
Philips Glover, Esq. of Wispington, co. Lincoln, cousin to the
author of Leonidas, by whom (who d. 1752) he left at his
decease a dau. Mary, m. 1785, Sir Richard Carr Glyn, Bart,
of Gaunts, and a son and successor,

John Plumptre, Esq. of Frcdville, Kent, and of Notting-
ham, High Sheriff for the former co. 1798, 6. 18 Sept. 1766 ; «».
24 May, 1788, Charlotte, dau. of Rev. Jeremy Pemberton, of
Trumpington, near Cambridge, and by her (who d. 5 Jan. 1853,
in her 90th year) had issue,
John Pemberton, his heir.

Charles Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Wickhambreux, Kent, b.
8 Nov. 1799; m. 1st, 1825, Caroline, 2nd dau. of John Cal-
craft, Esq. of Ancaster, co. Lincoln, and by her (who d. I'i
June, 1833) had one dau. Fanny Sophia, d. unm. 9 Dec.
1891. Hem. 9 April, 1S3.5, 2ndly, Elizabeth (b. 18 Apnl,
l^O'.J, 4th dau. of John Wright, Esq. of Lenton, co. Notts,





and by her, who d. 18 Oct. 1892, he had a son, Chables
JoHN.'now of Fredville. He d. Jan. 1862.
Heney Western {see Plumptbe of Goodnestone).
Charlotte Sophia, d. unm. 22 Aug. 1809.
Emma Maria, vi. Kev. Henry Gipps ; d. 1874.
Maria Louisa, m. John Smith, Esq., Capt. R.E., and d. in
Demerara 21 Jan. 1833.

Frances Matilda, m. Robert Bamsden, Esq. of Carlton Hall,
Notts, and is deceased.
Annabella Helen, d. unm. 1842.
Augusta Catherine, d. April, 1867.
Kmilia Septima, d. unm. Nov. 1878.
Octavia Anna, d. Dec. 1890.
llr. Plumptre d. 7 Nov. 1827, and was s. by his son,

John Pembebton Plcmptre, Esq. of Fredville, J.P. and
P.L., M.P. for East Kent, 6. 3 May, 1791; m. 2 April, 1818,
Catharine Matilda, 4th dau. of Paul Cobb Methuen, Esq. of
Corsham House, Wilts, and had three daus.,

Catherine Emma, d. unm.

Cecilia Matilda, m. Rev. Algernon Coote, 3rd son of Sir
Charles Coote, Bart, of Ballyfin, and d. May, 1878, leaving
issue, six sons and one dau.
Matilda Charlotte Louisa, m. Rev. John Charles Ryle,
Rector of Helminghani, Suffolk, and d. leaving a dau.,
Mr. Plumptre d. 7 Jan. 1864, and was s. by his nephew, now
of Fredville.

Arms — Arg., a chevron between two mullets pierced in chief
and an annulet in base sa. Crest

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