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— A phcenix or, out of flames
jpr. Motto — SufBcit meruisse.
Seat — Fredville, near Dover, Kent.


Plumpthe, Heney Fitzwalter, Esq. of Good-
nestone Park, Kent, J.P. and County Councillor, b.
12 Dec. 1860, m. 26 April, 1892, Maude Dora
Gertrude, dau. of the late Capt. T. C. Eaird, of
Flatfields, Ayrshire, which lady d. s. p. 4 May,
1893. Mr. Plumptre is co-heir if not sole heir, to
the ancient Barony of Fitzwalter.

Liueagre. — Sik Walter Fitzwalter (for whose ancestry
refer to Burke's Extinct Peeraiie) fought in the wars of Gas-
cony, 22 Edward I., in the retinue of Edmund, Earl of Lan-
caster, and was in the next year summoned to Parliament as
£ Babon. He m. Devorgil, dau. and co-heir of John de Burgh,
and granddau. of Hubert de Burgh, Earl of Kent. His lineal
descendant and successor, Walter Fitzwalter, 7th Baron,
had an only dau. and heiress, Elizabeth, who conveyed the
Baronies of Fitzwalter and Devereux to the family of Rat-
cliffe, by her marriage with Sib John Ratclifee, K.G.,
Knight Banneret, whose grandson, Roeebt Ratclikfe, 2nd
Baron Fitzwalter, of the Ratcliffe family was advanced to
the Earldom of Sussex {sk Extinct Peerage), and had by Lady
Elizabeth, dau. of Henrj', Duke of Buckingham, with other
issue, an eldest son. Sib Henry Ratcliffe, K.G., 3rd Lord
Fitzwalter, and 2nd Earl of Sussex, m. Lady Elizabeth, dau.
of Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, and had three sons, who left no
lissue. He m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Sir Philip Calthorpe, Knt.,
by whom he had a son, Egremont, who was attainted for his
iTdrticipation in the Northern Rebellion, and fled the country,
and Frances, who m. Sir Thomas Mildmay, Knt. of Mulsh, co.
Essex, and had issue, two sons, Sir Thomas Mildmay, Bart.,
who d. s. p. 13 Feb. 1625-6, and Sir Henry Mildmay, Knt., who
IE 1640 claimed, by petition to the Long Parliament in right
of his mother, the Barony ot Fitzwalter, but owing to the
civil wars nothing was done at that time. Sir Henry m.
Elizabeth, dau. of John D'Arcy, Esq. of Toleshurst, Kent, and
•d. in 1634, leaving three sons,

I. Robert, m. Mary, dau. and co-heir of Sir Thomas
Edmunds, Knt., and had issue,

1 Henry, d. s. p.

2 Benjamin, who was allowed the Babony of Fitz'.V alter
in 1669, but whose line is now extinct.

1 Mary, of whom we treat.

II. Henry, d. s. p.

III. Charles, who left an only dau. Mary, in. Sir Charles
Tyrrell Bart.

The dau. of Robert Mildmay and sister and co-heir, in her
issue, to Benjamin, 1st Lord FitzWalter of the Mildmay
family, was, as stated above, Mauy, who m. Henry Mildmay,
of Graces, and had issue,
I. Mary, m. Charles Goodwin, Esq. of Rovant, co. Sussex,
and d. s. p.
;,ii. Lucy, m. Thomas Gardiner, Esq. of ToDesbury, and had
with other issue, who d. s. p.,

1 Lucy, m. 1728, Sir Richard Bacon, Bart., but their issue

is extinct.
2 Jemima, who is stated to have m. John Joseph, Surgeon,

and to have had an only dau. Jemima, wife of Robert

Duke, woollen draper of Colchester, who it Is asserted

settled in America.

III. Elizabeth, m. Edmund Waterson, Esq. and rf. s.p.

IV. Frances, of whom presently.

V. Katherine, m. Col. Thomas Townsend, and had issue, since

The 4th dau. Frances, m. Christopher Fowler, Esq., and d.
1705, leaving a son, Edmund Fowler, of Graces, who m.
Elizabeth Pateshall, and d. in 1751, leaving a dau. and heiress,
Fanny, m. 1765, Sir Brook Bridges, Bart., and d. 16 March,
1825, leaving, with junior issue {see Uvb-ke's Peerage, Bridges,
Babt.) a son,

Sir Brook William Bridges, who assumed the first Christian
name (Brook) by Act of Parliament, b. 22 June, 1767 ; m. 1st,
14 Aug. 1800, Eleanor, eldest dau. and eventual co-heir of
John Foote,Esq., a banker in London, and d. 21 April, 1829,
leaving by her (who d. 29 Jan. 1806),

I. Brook William, 5th Bart, created Lord Fitzwalter
0868), m. 4 July, 1834, Fanny eldest dau. of Lewis Cage,
Esq. of Milgate, Kent, which lady d. 28 Oct. 1874. He
d. s. p. 6 Dec. 1875, when the Barony of Fitzwalter of this
creation became extinct.

II. Brook George (Rev.), 6th Bart., in. 15 Nov. 1832,
J^uisa, dau. of Charles Chaplin, Esq. of Blankney, M.P.
who d. 21 Jan. 1884. He d. s. p. 1 April, 1890, and was ».
in the Baronetcy by his cousin {see Bubkes Peerage).

I. Eleanor, co-heirtss of her brother, of whom presently.
The only dau.,

Eleanor Bridges, of Goodnestone, m. April, 1828, the Rev.
Henry Western Plumptre, M.A., Rector of Eastwood, Notts,
3rd son of John Plumptre, Esq. of Fredville (see that family) ;
Rev. H. W. Plumptre d. 23 April, 1SG3, having had issue, five
suns and five daus., of whom the eldest son was

John Bridges Plumptre, Esq., J. P., 6. 1832 ; m. 1859,
IClizabeth, dau. of Francis Wright, Esq. of Osmaston Manor,
CO. l-)erby, and d. Nov. 1888, leavirg issue,

I. Henry Fitzwalter, now of Goodnestone.

II. John Bridges (Rev.).

III. Francis Fitzllerbert.

IV. George Beresford.

I. M.argaretta Agnes, m. 1892, A. Leslie Wright, Esq. of
Butterley Hall, co. Derby, and has a dau. Marion, 6. 1893.

u. Selina Fanny. iii. Elizabeth Eleanor.

The eldest son, Henry Fitzwalter Plumptre, Esq., s. his
paternal grandmother at her death, Jan. 1892.

Arms — Arg., a chevron, between two mullets pierced in
chief and an annulet in base sa., with a crescent for difference.
Crest — A phoenix or, out of flames ppr. Motto — Sufficit

Scat— Goodnestone Park, near Dover.


Pltinkett, Thomas Luke, Esq. of Portmarnock
House, CO. Dublin, J.P. and D.L., Barrister-at-Law,
late Lieut. Dublin Artillery Militia, b. 3 April,
1850; m. 27 June, 1876, Lizzie, dau. of Francis
Cliadwick, Esq. of The Glen, Drogheda, and has
three daus.,

I. Lizzie Angela Mary.

II. Caroline.

III. Maude.

Liineag'e. — The Plunketts of Portmarnock are connected
with the families of Fingail, Howth, and Esmonde. They lost
much of their property in the time of Cromwell, and subse-
quently, on account of their devotion to the religion of their

Richard Plunkett, living temp. Henry VII. 1490, of the
House of Plunkett of Rathmore, co. Meath, was father of

Henry Plunkett, Alderman of the City of Dublin, m.
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Robert Dillon, Knt., Chief Justice of
Common Pleas in Ireland, and had issue,

I. William.

II. Thomas, Alderman of Dublin, m. 1st, Margaret, dau. of
Alderman James Bellew, and 2ndly, Joan, daii., of John
Long, of Newby, Devon, and widow of Robert Panting. He
0. 26 Jan. 1626,' leaving issue by his 1st wife only,

1 Robert, of Rathmore, m. Eleanor, dau. of John Segrave,

of Cabragh, co. Dublin, and d. 23 Oct. 16dl, leaving


1 John, of P.athmore, m. Elizabeth, dan. of Michael

Browne, Sheriff of Dublin; 2 Thomas; 3 Chiislopher;





4 Ignatius; 5 Lawrence; 1 Margaret; 2 Alison; 3JIary;
4 Jane.
2 AValtor, wlio administered to liis lirothcr.

1 Elizabeth, m. Edward Dowdall, of Athlumncy, co.

2 Elinor, m. Eowland Chaniberlaine.

3 Anne, m. Richard Jordan, of Dublin, who d. 20 June,

in. James.

IV. Luke, of whom hereafter.

I. Alice, m. John Lochfort, of Dublin, Merchant, and il. 7
Jan. 1623.

II. Elizabeth. iii. Joan.
Alderman Plunkctt was Mayor of Dublin 1546. His 4th son,

Luke Plu.nkett, of the City of Dublin, merchant, obtained
a grant by patent dated 8 June, 1635, of the castle, town, lands,
and hereditaments of Portmamock, co. Dublin. He m.
Ellinor Panting, and d. 1636, leaving, with a dau. Margaret, a

William Plu.nkett, Esq. of Portmamock, m. Anne, dau. of
Sir Theodore Duffe, Knt., by whom (who d. 27 Aug. 1666) he
had issue, Luke, liis heir; Lucy; Mary; Teresa. He d. 2
Dec. 1662, was bur. at St. Andrews, and was «. by his son,

Luke Plunkett, Esq. of Portmamock, m. Josiah, dau. of
Michael St. Lawrence, Esq., and had issue, i. William ; ii.
Thomas, who eventuallj' s. tn the estate, of whom hereafter;
in. John; iv. Ignatius; i. Elizabeth; ii. Jane; in. Frances;
IV. Anne; v. Susan; vi. Mabel. His will, dated 14 Oct. 1682,
■was proved 2 July following. The 2nd son,

Thomas Plunkett, Esq. of Portmamock, m. Kathcrine
Kennedy, and had issue, i. Luke, his successor; ii. William,
m. Bridget Caddell (his will, dated 26 May, 1756, was proved
13 Feb. 1770): in. Walter; i. Anne (Mrs. FitzSimons). Mr.
Plunkctt d. 1728, and was s. by his eldest son,

Luke Plunkett, Esq. of Portmamock, m. Frances Caddell,
and had issue, i. Thomas, his successor; ii. William ; in.
Hichard ; i. Margery. Mr. Plunkett d. April, 1755, and was
s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Plunkett, Esq. of Portmamock, who had, with
other issue, a dau. Frances, m. Henry Vernon, Esq., of
Clontarf Castle, and an elder son, his successor,

Luke Plunkett, Esq. of Portmamock, Barrister-at-Law,
m. 14 Aug. 1805, Helen, dau. of John Howard, Esq. of Willow
J3ank, co. Dublin, and had issue,

I. John William, his heir.

I. Maria, b. 10 April, 1806 ; m. 1828, Rev. James Lawson, of

Waterford, and had issue, four sons and three daus., of

Ambrose, in Holy Orders, Vicar of Sandford, co. Dublin, 6.

4 Feb. 1835 ; m. Frances, dau. of the late Archibald Boyd,
Esq. of Derrj', and sister of the late Dean of Exeter, and
d.s.p. 10 April, 1878.

Maria Helena, b. 12 Jan. 1834; m. Rev. Thomas Gimlette,

D.D., Prebendary of Waterford and Vicar of Dunmore,

■whod. 13 Feb. 1SS2.

n. Helen, b. 26 Jan. 1809; m. 1828, William England, Esq.

of Hindringham, co. Norfolk, and d. 1829, leaving an only

child, William George England, Capt. R.N., b. 17 May,

1829; ',71. 21 Sept. 1870, Emily Isabella, youngest dau. of

Hon. Heys Turnour (se^. Bueke's Peerage, VVinterton, E.),

and has surviving issue,

William NeviU, Midshipman H.M.S. "Benbow," 6. 6 Sept.

George Plunkett, 6. 18 Jan. 1877, Naval Cadet in H.M.S.

Eicliard Bruce, b. 26 Jan. 1883.
Hugh Turnour, b. 26 April, 1884.
Edward Molyneux, b. 10 May, 1888.
Charlotte Helena, b. 23 April, 1874.
Maud Isabella, b. 14 June, 1879.

The son and heir,

John William Plunkett, Esq. of Portmamock, J. P., m.
7 May, 1849, Caroline dau. of Lawrence Esmonde White, Esq.
of Scamagh, J. P. co. Wexford, and d. 24 Feb. 1862, leaving a
son and successor, the present Thomas Luke Plunkett, Esq.
of Portmamock.

Arms — Sa., a bend arg., in chief a tower triple-towered of
the last, a border gu. Crest — A horse passant arg. Motto—
Festina lente.

Seal — Portmamock House, Baldoyle, co. Dublin.


PocHiN, William Ann, Esq. of Edmondthorpe
Hall, CO. Leicester, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1846, 6. 10 Jan. 1820; m. 1 May, 1841, Agnes
Eliza, only dau. of William Ashby, Esq. of Quenby

Hall, CO. Leicester, and by lier (who d. 1882) has
had issue,

I. George William, of Brook House, Eearsby, Leicester,
J. P. cos. Lincoln and Leicester, late Lieut. 3rd Buffs, b.
1 Aug. 1843; m. 10 Nov. 1870, Marianne, dau. of Robert
de Barry, Esq. of Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin, and has
issue, a son, Robert Victor, 6. Sept. 1879, and two daus.,
Rhoda Mabel and Ethel.

II. Ashby, late Lieut, the Buffs, b. 6 Feb. 1845 : m. 13 April,
1871, his cousin, Agnes Elizabeth Ashby, dau. of George
Ashby, Esq. of Quenby Hall, co. Leicester, and left four
daus., Frances Osborne, Sybil Osborne, Muriel Osborne,
and Winifred Osborne.

III. Norman, 6. 3 Dec. 1846, Major late 7th Royal Fusiliers.

Lineage.— George Pochin, Esq. of Barkby, 6. 1592 (5thi
in descent from Richard Pochin, by Alice Willoughby his wife,
heir of Barkby), m. 1st Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Dove, D.D.,
Bishop of Peterborough, and 2ndly, Hester, dau. of — Ar-
thington, Esq. of Arthington, co. York. By the latter he had,.
inter alios, a son and successor,

Thomas Pochin, Esq. of Barkby, 6. 1618, High Sheriff 1647,
whose son, by Bertha his 1st wife, Uau. and co-heir of John-
Winehope, Esq. of Moreton,

Thomas Pochin, Esq. of Barkby, High Sheriff 1681, jju
Mary, dau. and at length sole heir of Sir Charles Hussey, Bart,
of Caythorpe, by whom (whod. 1697), he had, with seven daus.,
three sons,

I. Thomas, his successor.

II. George, of Hammersmith, J.P., d. 1756, leaving, by his
wife, Frances, dau. and heir of William Hodgkins, Esq. of
Scale, three sons,

1 Thomas, M.D., m. 1741, Prudence, dau. of Rev. Paul
Jenkinson, Rector of Weston, by whom he left issue at
his decease, 1781 (with a dau., m. Thomas Clarke, Esq.),
a son,

Thomas, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of — Bird, Esq. of
West Leke, and left at his demise, 1789, two sons and a>

Charles, of whom hereafter.

George, successor to his brother.


2 George (Rev.), Rector of Morcott, d. s. p. 1788.

3 William, d. 1794, leaving issue,

William (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Morcott, m. and had,
with other isiue, a son, Rev. W. Pochin, Rector of
Little Cound, who m. 1804, Mary, youngest dau. of
Edward Greene, Esq.

Frances, m. Rev. John Askew, D.D., Rector of Nortli
Elizabeth, m. John Thorpe, Esq. of Loughborough.
in. Charles, d. young.
The eldest son,

Thomas Pochin, Esq. of Barkby, High Sherifl 1711, m. 1st,
Charlotte, eldest dau. of Sir Edward Hussey, Bart, of Wel-
bourne, by whom (who rf. 1726) he had issue, Thomas, d,
young ; Sarah, wife of Rev. George Pochin, of Morcott, d. s. js.,
and Charlotte, who eventually inherited the estates of her
grandfather, Sir Edward Hussey, Bart., and m. 1750, Charles-
James Packe, Esq. of Prcstwold Hall, co. Leicester. Mr.
Pochin m. 2iidly, Mary, only dau. and heiress of Thomas
Trollope, Esq. of Bourne, co. Lincoln, by Mary his wife, sister
to Lord Craven, and had by her two sons and a dau.,

William, his heir.

George, of Bourne, co. Lincoln, m. Eleanor Frances, dau. ofr
Sir Wolstan Dixie, and d. s. p. 13 May, 1798.
Mary, of Barkby.

Mr. Pochin was s. at his decease by his eldest surviving son,
William Pochin, Esq. of Barkby, High Sheriff 1756, antS

M.P. for CO. Leicester from 1780 until his decease, 10 Sept.

1798. He d. unm., and the representation of the family da-

volved upon his relative,
Charles Pochin, Esq. of Barkby, M.P. for Enniskillen (refer

to issue of George, 2nd son of Thomas Pochin, Esq. of Barkby,

Sheriff of co. Leicester 1681). This gentleman, who s. to the-

family estates at the death of his cousin, Miss Mary Pochin,

m. Anne Jane, dau. of Clement Winstanley, Esq. of Braunston,

but dying s. p. 1817, was s. by his brother,

George Pochin, Esq. of Barkby, High Sheriff 1828. He m.

1811, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Richard Norman, Esq. of Melton.

Mowbray, by his 1st wife. Miss Gregg, and d. 29 Dec. 1831,.

leaving issue,

William Ann, now representative of the family.

John Malhew, b. 1 March, 1824; m. Elizabeth Constance,

dau. of Alexander Adderley, R.N., and d. 1852, leaving an

only child, Federick George, d. 27 Dec. 1880.





Charles Norman, H.E.I.C.C.S., 6. 20 Dec. 1827 ; to. 1st, 1S51,
Diana, clau. of Sir T. V. Stonhouse, Bart., and by her, who
d 1857, had one son, Norman Vansittart Stonhouse, of
Burnmill Hill, co. Leicester, J.P., Major Leicestershire
Militia, 6. 1852, m. 1880, Hersilia Stanley, only child of the
late Stanley Ncedham, Esq. Mr. Charles Norman Pochin,
TO 2ndly, Miss Annie Parke, leaving by her a dau. Lilian,
m. 4 Juno, 1885, Capt. Charles John Boyle, 2nd Oxford-
shire Light Infantry, 2nd son of Hon. and Eev. E. C.
Boyle. He d. at Madras 1861.

Edward Norman (Eev.), M.A., Vicar of Barkby, co.
Leicester, 6. 15 Feb. 1828; m. 1856, Anna Sarah, dau. oi
Eev. Thomas Loveday, of Illsley, Berks, and has issue,
Harry, Edmund Arthur, and JIary Loveday.

Ealph George, Comm. E.N. (Eetircd), of Braunstone House,
CO. Leicester, J. P., b. 8 July, 1829 ; to. 18 Oct. 1855, Anna
Jane, eldest dau. of Eev. George Winstanley, Eector of
Glenfield, and sister and co-heir of James Beaumont Win-
stanley, Esq. of Braunstone House, and has Ealph George,
b. 15 Dec. 1860; James Winstanley, b. 1862; Eichard
Norman, Lieut. E. Sui-rey Eegt., b. Is64; Francis William
Birch, b. 1865; Clement Thomas Parkyns, 6. 1868; Edward
Carlyon, 6. 1869; Emily Georgiana; and Elizabeth Mai-y.

Elizabeth Frances, m. 22 March, 1838, Horace James Bell,
Esq., and d. leaving two sons, Noel Holt, d. about 1865 in
■ Australia, and Frank Kingan, m. E. Lankester, dau. of Dr.
Lankester, M.D., of Leicester, and has two sona.

Emily Caroline, to. Eev. Eobert Graves Walker, and has
two sons, George, m. 16 Nov. 1880, Sophia, dau. of W.
Castle Smith, Esq. of Gloucester Terrace, Eegent's Park,
and John.

Jrms—OT, a chevron gu. between three horse-shoes sa.
Crest— A harpy ppr., lull-faced and tail twisted round the leg.

&a<s— Edmondthorpe Hall, Oakham, and Barkby Hall, co.



Chelswortb, Suffolk, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1880, late Lieut.-Col. ISth Eegt., one of H.M. Hon.
Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, Lord of the Manor
of Chelsworth, b. 6 Sept. 1833; m. 20 Sept. 1857,
Giuliana Maria Elizabeth, dau. of Eobert Alfred
Cloyne Godwin-Austen, Esq., and has issue, a son,

Hakby Evelyn Stkacet, Capt. 15th Hussars, 6. 28 July,
1858 ; TO. 5 Aug. 1886, Amy Jane, dau. of John Hargreavcs,
Esq. of Maiden Erlegh, Berks, and has issue, a dau.
Evelyn May, b. 5 May, 1887.

Xiineag'e. — This is a branch of the old family of Pock-
lington, represented by Bertbam Mitfokd Pocklington, Esq.

Samcel Shakpe, Esq. of the 3rd Foot Guards, to. Pleasance,
cousin and heir of Eobert Pocklington, Esq. of Chelsworth,
Serjeant-at-Law (who d. 1767), and assumed the surname and
arms of Pocklington. He left at his decease two sons, i.
Eobert (Sir) K.M.T., a distinguished officer, 15th Light
Dragoons, who vi. Catherine, dau. of John Blagrave, Esq. of
Calcot Park, Eeading, and left by her (who to. 2ndly, Sir H.
E. Austen, of Shalford, Surrey) one son, Marton Eobert, of
Chelsworth, d. unm. 1865; ii. Henry Sharpe. The latter,

Henry Sharpe Pocklington, Esq. m. 1795, Anne Harvey,
and by her (who d. 1838) left at his decease, 25 Oct. 1816, a

Eev. Henry Sharpe Pocklington, of Stebbing, Essex, to. 8
Aug. 1827, Amelia Georgina, dau. of the late Gen. George
Stracey Smyth, Governor of New Brunswick, and d. 23 July,
1842, leaving by her (who d. 17 April, 1843),

George Henry, now of Chelsworth.

Frederic, Col. 5th Fusiliers, &. July, 1835; to. 1865, Alice
Emmy, dau. of Eev. Dr. Jelf, Canon of Christ Church,
Oxford, and has issue, Frances Emily, Frederic Arthur,
William, Geoffrey, Emmie, and Ethel.

Ellen Katrine.

Eose Emily, to. Sir Spencer Maryon Maryon-Wilson, Bart.


.i^nus— Erm., three bends az., on a chieforasmany martlets
sa. Orent — A demi-leopard rampantppr., holdingin the dexter
paw an ostrich feather arg.

Residence — The Grange, Chelsworth, Bildeston, Suffolk.

D.L., h. 22 Sept. 1832. Mr. Pocklington assumed
by royal licence the surname of Coltman ia
addition to and after that of Pocklington in 1876,
and d. s. p. 16 May, 1893. He was the eldest son
of the late Eev. Eoger Pocklington, Vicar of
Wolesby, the male heir and representative of that
ancient family {see Pocklington-Senhouse of
JSether Sail).

J^amiljr of Coltmun,

Tills branch of the Coltman family came originally from
Fletney, co. Leicester, and have only been connected witli
Lincolnshire since 1716.

Henry Coltman, b. 1675; m. 1709, Ann Farnaby, and bad a
son Henry, b. 1710, who d. unm. Mr. Coltman d. 1738, and
was s. by his nephew,

John Coltman, who m. 1740, Mary, dau. of | Eev. Thomaa
Shaw of Wybertcfn, and d. at Bath, 1763. He had issue,

I. John, d. unvi. 1763.

II. Thomas, 6. 1747 ; was twice m., and d. s.p. 182S.

III. George, b. 1752 ; m. 27 Jan. 1800, Mary Preston, and d^
1828, having had issue,

1 Thomas, 6. Dec. 1800; to. 1834, Marianne, widow of
David H. Dallas, Esq., and dau. ot James Whiting Yorke,
Esq. of Walmsgate, co. Lincoln {see Dallas- Yorke oJ'
Walmsgate), and d. April, 1875, leaving a dan.,

Marion Catherine, now of Hagnaby Priory, 6. 1835 ; m..
1872, Eoger Pocklington, Esq.

2 George, Eector ot Stickney, co. Lincoln, 6. 1811 ; d^
unm. 1883.

1 Mary, b. 1803 ; m. 1827, Francis Stonehewer Newbold^
D.D., and d. 1835, leaving issue, Francis George, b. 1830,
d. unm. 1872 ; and Charlotte Victoria, 6. 18o2 ; m. 1851,
Eev. John Eogers, of Stanage Park, co. Hadnor.

2 Charlotte, 6. 1805 ; m. John Davenport, Esq. and d.

The arms borne by Henry Coltman and his successors were-
taken out by William Coltman in 1633. (See Herald's visitatioa
of the City of London made in the year 1633, for Coltmai*
Arms and Crest).

Seat— Hagnaby Priory, Spilsby.



of Hagnaby Priory, co. Lincoln, only surviving
child of Thomas Coltman, Esq. of Hagnaby Priory,
«~ on the death of her father, April, 1875, m. 27
June, 1872, Eogek Pocklington, Esq., J.P. and


PODE, John Duke, Esq. of Slade, Ivybridge,
Pevon, J. P., sometime Fellow of New Coll. Oxford,
M.A., Barrister-at-Law, b. 6 Nov. 1832 ; m. 30
Aug. 1860, Augusta Boevey, youngest dau. of Kev^
Charles Crawley, Incumbent of Flaxley, and after-
wards Vicar of Hartpury, co. Gloucester {se&
Burke's Feerage and Baronetage, Ceawley-
Boevet), and has issue,

I. Ernest Duke Yonge, B.A. Keble Col. Oxford, L.R.C.P.,
M.E.C.S., b. 2 Aug. 1862, drowned in the wreck of
the s.s. " Bokhara," of which he was medical officer,.
10 Oct. 1892.

II. Cyril Acgustin, b. 29 April, 1866, B.A. Worcester Coll^

III. Arthur Crawley, B.A. Worcester Coll. Oxford, 6. 4
July, 1870.

I. Beatrice Catharina, b. 11 Aug. 1864.
Xiineag'e. — John Pode, of Woodland, in the parish of St.
Budeaux, Devon, b. 1731; )». Eebecca, dau. of John Julian, Esq,,
of The Friary, Plymouth, and dying, 1772, left issue,
I. John Spdrrell, of Slade, b. 1765, High SherilT of Devon
1794, who d. s. i>. 14 July, 1837, and wass. in the property,
which he inherited from his father's uncle, John Spurrell,
Esq. of Slade, by his nephew, William.
II William, of Westcot, in the parish of St. Dominick, Corn-
wall, b. 1707; TO. i March, 1791, Jenny, dau. of Tubal
Lewis, Esq. of Plymouth, and dying 1S50, left issue,

1 William, of Slade, J.P., Capt. 33rd Eegt., b. 22 Nov..
1791 ; m. 11 Oct. lb38,Thomasine, dau. of Samuel Benny,
Esq. of Callington, and dying 23 Nov. 1864, without i-ssue,.
was s. by his nephew, JoH.v Duke Pode, Esq. now of Slade.

2 John Spurrell, Ensign 67th Eegt., b. 2 March, 1795„-
killed at the battle of St. Jean de Luz, while carrying the
colours of his regiment, 12 Dec. 1813.

3 Thomas Julian, of Plympton Erie, Devon, b. 27 Sept.
1798; TO. 1st, 15 Dec. 1H30, Anne Duke, youngest dau. of
Eev.Duke Yonge, Vicar of Cornwood, Devon (see Yonge
of Pusiineh), by whom (who d. 23 June, 1845) he had

John Duke, now of Slade.
James Yonge, b. 23 Dec. 1833; d. 17 Nov. 1834.
William Yonge, of Plympton Eric, 6. 16 June, 1835.
Charles Coleridge, sometime Scholar of Exeter Coll.





Oxford, B.A., M.B., Radcliffe Travelling Fellow 1867-
1869, b. 3 April, 1841 ; d. 25 May, 1S73.
Edward, sometime of Exeter Coll. Oxtord, 6. 26 Sept.
1842; m. 1st, 6 Oct. 1866, Elizabeth Davey, dau. of
Richard Clifton, of Ashwaier, Devon, and 2nd!y, 20
May, 1893, Lilla Telford.
Anne Catharina, vi. 30 July, 1861, William John WooU-
combe, Esq. of Plympton Erie, son of Kear-Admiral
Woollcombe, of Hemerdon, Devon, and has issue.
Charlotte Cordelia, m. 26 Aug. 1862, Rev. Duke Yonge,
of Fuslinch, Rector of Newton Ferrers, Devon, and has
issue (see Yonge of Puslinch).
Frances Alethea, m. 1873, Rev. Thomas Harold Frederic

Hickes, and has issue.
5lr. Tliomas Julian Pode, m. Zndly, 22 Sept. 1847, Hannah,
dau. of James Aspinall, Esq. of Liverpool, but by her
had no issue. He d. 9 Feb. 1807.

4 Stephen Henry, of Flympton Erie, b. 1 July, 1807; m.
10 April, 1843, Mary Anne, dau. of Rev. Jolin Arscott, of
Mevagissey, Cornwall, and Incumbent of Plympton St.

. Maurice, and had issue,

John Spurrell, 6. 7 Feb. 1844, now deceased.
Jane Arscott, m. 31 Aug. 1868, George Miles, Esq. of
Plympton Erie, son of Henry Miles, Esq. of Gillingham,

5 Lewis, 6. 25 May, 1812 ; d. g. p. in Canada, June, 1867.

6 John, a Midshipman in H.M.S. "Blenheim," b. Apiil,
1814 ; d. s. p. at Stoke Damorel, Devon, 8 July, 1842.

1 Jane, d. lutm. 7 April, 1889, aged 87.

2 Mary Catherine, d. 1806.

« Harriet Blight, d. unm. 29 March, 1880.

4 Mary Catherine, d. 18 March, 1860.

5 Frances Caroline, d. 31 Aug. 1886.

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