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second in base,
three estoiles gu. Crest — Issuant from clouds ppr. a denii-
eacle az., collared or, wings elevated arg , on the breast and
each wing an estoile counterchanged. Motto — Altiora sequi-

ieal — Slade, Ivybrldge, Devon.


PoE, James Joceltn, Esq., M.A. Trin. Coll.
Dublin, of Derrinvohill, co. Tipperary, b. 4 Dec.
1807 ; m. 29 Sept. 1843, Jane Lovett, eldest dau.
and sole heir of the late John Bennett, Esq. of
Hiverston, co. Tipperary (and Maria Elizabeth
<.'rofts, his wife), eldest son of the Hon. Mr.
Justice John Bennett, of the Court of King's
Bench in Ireland, by Jane, his wife, sister of Sir
Jonathan Lovett, Bart, of Liscombe, Bucks, and
has issue,

I. James Hill, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, J.P. co. Tipperary,
late Capt. 94th Regt., served in Africa (medal), 6. 10
July, 1845; vi. 22 June, 1875, Elinor Mary Anne, 2nd
dau. of the late Richard Warburton, of Garryhinch,
King's CO., D.L., and has issue,

1 John Hugh Lovett, 6. 22 Nov. 1878.

1 Mary Elinor. 2 Blanche Frances Jane.

3 Ida Maude.

II. John Thomas Bennet, M.A. Trin. Col. Dublin, 6. 22
Sept. 1846 ; m. 3 June, 1889, Rosetta Mary, dau. of late
Thomas Sanders, Esq. Q.C., Revising Barrister (and widow
of Harford Pearson, Esq. Barrister-at-Law), of 29 Ashley
Place, S.W. He assumed his maternal surname 1SS9.
She d. 10 March, 1891.

Xiineag'e. — This ancient family is stated to have come
from the Upper Palatinate of the Rhine, and were settled in
Y'orkshire, one of whom Anne (only dau. and heiress of James
Poe, Esq. of Swindon Hall, co. Yorks, who was son of Leonard
Poe, Physician to Queen Elizabeth, James I. and Charles I.)
TO. 1 Jan. 1660, Sir Thomas Jenner, of Petersham, Surrey.
Thomas and William Poe, two brothers, were officers in
Cromwell's army, and by the roll of muster it appears
were at the siege of Limerick, for which services grants of
land in Ireland in fee and freehold were made to them, and
confirmed by King William III., 1691.

Emanuel Poe, eldest son of Capt. Thomas Poe, d. 1683,
having had issue,

William, of Knock, from whom descended the Donnybrook
branch, now extinct in the male line.

Emanuel, of Clonmuck, from whom is descended the Sols-
borough branch.

James, who purchased the Harley Park estate, co. Kilkenny.
The 2nd son,

Emanuel Poe, Esq. of Solsborough, m. Mary, dau. of Col,
Hill, of Derry, who had a command at the siege of Derry, and
d. 1727, leaving,

I. John, his successor, d. s. p. 1771.

II. Emanuel, of Moyrce, had three sons, who predeceased him
and were unm., and one dau., m. John Foster Hill Forster'
Esq. '

III. James, heir to his brother John, and of whom presently.
The 3rd son and eventual heir,

James Poe, Esq. of Solsborough, ». his brother, John; he
m. 1772, Blanche, dau. of Samuel Waller, Esq. of Newport, by
his wife Anne Jocelyn, sister of Robert, 1st Baron New-
port, afterwards Viscount Jocelyn, Lord Chancellor of Ireland.
(Blanche's sisters, Charlotte, m. John Bloomfield, Esq.,
ancestor to Lord Bloomfield, and Elizabeth, m. Cooke Otway,
of Castle Otway.) He d. 1784, having had issue,

I. John, 6. 1773; ni. 1 800, Barbara, dau. of Thomas Bernard,
Esq. of Castle Bernard, King's Co., and d. s. v. 24 April.

II. James Hill, of whom presently.

III. Samuel Waller, m. Anne Richardson, and d. s. p.

IV. Robert Waller, m. 12 Aug. 1817, Anne, dau. of William
Harington, Esq. Madras C.S., and d. 11 April, 1851, having
by her (who d. 15 May, 1827) had issue,

1 Robert Harington, 6. 27 Oct. 1820 ; deceased.

2 William Haiington, late of Calcutta, Solicitor, 6. 3 Sept.
1822, and d. 23 Sept. 1856.

3 Henbt Harington, of Solsborough, co. Tipperary, J.P.
and D.L., late of Calcutta, Solicitor, b. 7 Nov. 18'24; m.
20 Nov. 1856, Caroline, youngest dau. of James Ilbery,
Esq., and widow of Samuel Turner Fearon, M.D., of
Hoddesdon, Herts, and by her (who d. 9 April, 1888) has
had issue,

William Harington, b. 18 May, 1858 : d. 7 Nov. 1859.
Henry Robert, b. 2 June, 1860.
Annie Blanche Caroline.

4 Emanuel Thomas (who has adopted the surname Haring-
ton, after his mother), 6. 23 March, 1827 ; m. 6 Oct.
1859, Isabella Jane eldest dau. of James William Crowdy,
Esq., late Capt. 47th Regt., and has had issue,

Robert James, 6. 11 Aug. 1860; d. 9 June, 1861.
Lawrence Ilbery, b. 14 Dec. 1861.
Herbert Henry, b. 14 Aug. 1868.
Charles Harington, b. 31 May, 1872.
Eleanor Kathleen.

1 Annie Blanche, to. 24 Nov. 1839, Henry John Childe
Shakcspear, of the Bengal army (Coram, of the Nagpore
Irregular Force), and d. 2 June, 1857, lea\ing issue,

1 Henry Alexander, Lieut.-Col. 5th Bengal Cavalry, 6. 2
Dec. 1840.

2 George James Robert, Major Bengal Staff Corps, 6. 14
Oct. 1842; TO. 22 Feb. 1873, Lilly, dau. of Major-Gen.
Lane, of the Bengal army, and has issue, three daus.

3 Meurson, 6. 23 Sept. 1846; d. Sept. 1849.

4 William Henry Sullivan, Indian C.S., b. 23 Sept. 1849;
TO. 9 Jan. 1878, Davidson, and has three sons.

1 Anne Jane Eliza Richmond, m. 14 July, 1864, Rev. J.
C. Head, then Rector of Terryglass, co. Tipperary, now
of Kinawley Belturbet, co. Cavan, youngest son of the
Very Rev. John Head, late Dean of Killaloe, and has
issue, Richmond Henry, b. 14 May, 1865; D'Esterre
Prittie, 6. 21 May, 1866 ; Francis Jonathan, b. 22 Dec.
18G8, d. 29 Aug. 1881 : Aithur, 6. 30 Blay, 1873 ;
Louisa Margaret ; Grace.

2 Cecilia, d. in infancy.

3 Eliza Henrietta, d. Sept. 1860.

v. Emanuel Thomas, Major 50th Regt., d. unm. 7 Jan. 1822,
at Up Park Camp, Jamaica.

The 2nd son.

Rev. James Hill Poe, M.A., Rector of Nenagh, 6. 19 Oct.

1777 ; TO. 1806, Frances (who d. 7 Feb. 1864), dau. of William

Poe, Esq. of Donnybrook line, and d. 7 Feb. 1859, leaving


I. James Joceltn, present representative of the Solsborough

line, as above. ii. John.

III. William Thomas, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, of Curragh-
more, co. Tipperary, b. 1811; m. 1st, 1812, Mary Ellen, dau.
of George Leslie, Esq. of Donaghadee, by whom (who d.
1851) he had issue,

1 James Leslie (Rev.), M.A., b. 15 Oct. 1844, Rector of
Earsham, Norfolk, deceased.

2 George Leslie, Capt. R.N. (retired), b. 29 May, 1846; to. 14
Nov. 1877, Mary Caldecott, dau. of the late Edward
Charley, Esq. of Conway House, Dunmurry, co. Antrim,
and has issue.

3 William Hutcheson (see Poe ofHeyirood).

4 Edmund Samuel, Capt. R.N., 6. 11 bept. 1849; m. 1
Sept. 1877, Frances Catherine, eldest dau. of the late Gen.
Sir Justin Sheil, K.C.B., formerly H.M.'s Minister m
Persia, and has issue, William Skeffington, b. 24 June,

William Thomas Poe m. 2ndly, 1854, Hon. Elizabeth Mary





SkeflRngton, youngest dau. of Tliomas Henry, 2nd Viscount
Ferrard, by Harriet his wife, 10th Viscountess Massereene.
in. Percy Jocelyn, 6. 24 April, 1821 ; m. Mary Sophia, dau.
of W. Boake, Esq. of Surrey Villa; d. s. p. 25 March, I8b3.
I. Barbara Ellen, m. Rev. Henry Beasely, M.A.
Anns — Or, a fesse sa., between three crescents az., issuing
flames ppr. Crest — A boar's head erased ppr., pierced througli
by a spear. Motto — Malo mori quam foedari.
Seat — Eiverston, Nenagh, co. Tipperary.


PoE, Maky Adelaide, of Heywood, Queen's Co.,
Slaghtfreedan, co. Tyrone, and Ashburton House,
Eoehampton, S.W., only surriving dau. of the late
Sir William Compton Domville, 3rd Bart, (see
BttriS-e's Feera£fe),b. 26 June, 1855, mj. 21Jan. 18S6,
Col. William Hutcheson Poe, C.B. of Queen's
Co., D.L., Royal Marines, J.P. Queen's Co. (High
Sheriff 1891), 3rd son of William Thoraas Poe of
Curragbmore, co. Tipperary (see Poii of Eiverston
and Derrinvohill) and by her has issue, a dau. b. 22
Dec. 1886.

Xiineagre.— Sm Comtton Pocklington Domville, of

Terapleoguo, and Santry (for Lineage seeBuEKE's Peerage) custos
rotulorum of the co. of Dublin, and for eighteen years a
member of the Imperial Parliament, was created a Baronet
22 May, 1815. He m. 1st, 21 Oct. 1811, Elizabeth Frances,
dau. of the Hon. and Eight Eev. Charles Lindsay, D.D.,
Bishop of Kildare, and cousin of the Earl of Crawford and
Balcarres, by whom (\¥ho d. 1812) he had a son,

■Compton Charles, an officer in the army, 6. 1812 ; m. 19

April, 1842, Isabella Maria, eldest dau. of Sir Charles

Arthur, Bart., and d. s. p. at Nice, 19 March, 1852, his

■widow m. 2ndly, 18 Feb. 1868, Charles J. Malton, Esq., and

■d. 22 July, 1891.

Sir Compton m. 2ndly, 7 Dec. 1815, Helena Sarah, dau. of

Frederick French, Esq. of Heywood, Queen's Co. by whom

<who d. 10 Feb. 1859) he had issue,

I. Frederick Compton Henry, 6. 1821, d. s. p. 1828.

II. Chaeles Compton William, 2nd Bart.

III. William Compton, 3rd Bart.

I. Anna Helena, m. 21 June, 1842, Sir Thomas Edward
Winnington, Bart, and d. 29 March, 1883.

II. Louisa Elizabeth, m. 24 Nov. 1864, His Excellency
Torbin De Bille, Danish Minbter at the Court of St. James,
and d. his widow, 26 March, 1888, aged 69.

sii. Emly Frances, d. unm. 15 Aug. 1864.
Sir Compton d. 23 Feb. 1857, and was s. by his son.

Sir Charles Compton William, Hon. Col. 4th Batt. Royal
Dublin Fusiliers (6. 24 Dec. 1822, m. 20 June, 1861, Lady
Margaret St. Lawrence, 4th dau. of Thomas 3rd Earl of
Howth, K.P., Sir Charles d. s. p. 10 July, 1884, and wass. by
his brother.

Sir William Compton, J.P and D.L., b. 20 May, 1825, m.
12 July, lB-54, Caroline, dau. of Gen. Hon. Eobert Meade,
and by her (who d. 8 July, 1890) had,

I. Cosipton Mead, present Bart, (see BnBKE's Peerage).

I. Maby Adelaide.

II. Helen Maud, b. 4 July, 1862 ; d. 10 Jan. 1865.

in. Evelyn Caroline, 6. 7 March, 1864; d. 19 Sept. 1884.
Sr William d. 29 Sept. 1884. The only surviving dau. Mart
Adelaide, s. her aunt, Louisa Elizabeth, widow of his
Excellency Torben De Bille, Danish Minister, '26 March, 1888,
and is now of Heywood.

Seats — Ashburton House, Eoehampton, S.W. ; Heywood,
Ballinakill, Queen's Co. ; Slaghtfreedan Lodge, Cookstown, co.


Chandos-Pole, Reginald Walkeltne, Esq. of
Radbourne Hall, co. Derby, J. P., late Lieut. Grena-
dier Guards, now Hon. Major Derbyshire Yeom.,
i>. 4 Feb. 1853 ; m. 7 March, 1882, Violet Katherine,
4au. of William Beckett Denison, Esq., and Hon.
Mrs. Denison, of Nun Appleton, co. York (see
Bueke's Peerage, Geimthoepe, B., and Fevek-
8<HAM, E.), and by her (-who d. 18 March, 1883)
has issue,

Dorothy Violet.

Icineage.— Eepresenting the great and historic House of
Chandos of Radbourne, and a younger branch of the FEEEEBa,

Earls of Derby, the Poles derive an uninterrupted descent
from the time of William the Conqueror, and have ever
maintained a leading position in the counties in which they
have been seated.

Sir Peter de la Pole, M P. for co. Derby, 2 Henbt IV.,
eldest son of Sib John de la Pole, of Nenborough, to. Stafford,
the representative of an ancient and honourable Stafford
family, by Ceci ia his wife, sister and heir of Sir William de
Wakebridge, Knt.,* m. Elizabeth, only dau. and heir of Sir
John Lawton, Knt., Constable of the Castle of St. Saviour's,
by Alianore, his wife, dau. and co-heir of tlie renowned Sin
John Chandos, of Eadbourne, one of the original Knights of •
the Garter, and one of the most illustrious warriors of the
martial time of Edward III. The family of Chandos had
acquired Eadbourne ia marriage with a co-heir of Uobert de
F'errers, Lord of Egjinton, grandson of William de Ferrers,
Earl of Derby. Sir Peter de la Pole, by the heir of Eadbourne,
who d. 4 Aug. 1432, left three sons and one dau., i. Ealph,
his successor; ii. Thomas, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir
Nicholas Longford, Knt., iii. Henrj', m. Alice, dau. and co-
heir of Eobert .Dethick, of Dethick, and was ancestor of the
Vove.^ of Heage \ and i. Elizabeth, ni. Thomas de St. Andrew,
of Gotham, Notts. The eldest son,

Ealph de la Pole, of Eadbourne, one of the Judges of the
Court of King's Bench, 1452, m. Joan, dau. of Thomas Gros-
venor, Esq., and had (with two daus., Alice and Maria) a

Ealph de la Pole, of Eadbourne, High Sheriff 1477, m.
Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Eeginald Moton, Esq. of
Peckleton, co. Leicester, and had, with other issue, a son,

John, to. 13 Edward IV., Jane, dau. of John Fitzherbert,
Esq. of Etwall, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Sir John Port, of
Etwall) left at liis decease, v. p., a son, German, successor
to his grandfather,
llalph de la Pole d. 1491, and was s- by his grandson,

Geeman de la Pole, Esq. of Eadbourne, b. 1482 : ra. Anne,
dau. of Sir Eobert Plompton, Knt. of Ploinpton, co. York, and
had issue,

I. Francis, his heir, of Dale Abbey, m. Catherine, dau. of
Humphrey Vernon, Esq. of Hodnet, and dying v. p., left a,
son, German, successor to his grandfather.

II. John, d. s.p.

III. Eichard, d. s. p.

IV. German, of Lees, co. Derby, living 5 Elizabeth, n.
Anne, widow of John Collier, of Dalbury Lees, and was
father of

Eichard Pole, Esq. of Lees, m. 23 Nov. 1602, Martha,
dau. of Henry (ircgson, Esq. of Sherrow Hall, Sutton-on-
the-Hill, and was s. by his son,

Edward Pole, Esq. of Lees, bapt. 17 Feb. 1610, ni. Mary,
dau. of Peter Callingwood, Esq. of Trusiey. and by her
(who d. 19 F"eb. 1686) left at his decease, 1695, a son and

Samuel Pole, Esq., b. 22 Dec. 1051, of whom presently,
as inheritor of Eadbourne.

I. Helen, m. Sir Eichard Curzon, Knt. of Kedleston.

II. Jane, m. German Pole, Esq. of Wakebridge.
11'. Elizabeth, m. Anthony Eyre, Esq. of Newbold.
IV. Mary, m. Stephen Goldwell, Esq.

German de la Pole d. 15.52, and was s. by his grandson,

German de la Pole, Esq. of Eadbourne, High Sheriff 157.5,
m. Dorothy, dau. of Sir Thomas Cockayne, Knt. of Ashbourne,
and had issue. He d. 1599, and was s. by liis son,

Francis Pole, Esq. of Eadbourne, h. 1567 ; m. the dau. of
Sir Gerard Croker, Knt. but d. «. j). 1612, when he was s. by
his brother.

Sir Gebman Pole, of Eadbourne, bapt. 1573, a distinguished
commander, who served against the Spanish Armada, and
was made a Knight Banneret for his good services in Ireland,
under the Lord Deputy Mountjoy, 1599. This gallant person-
age ni. 5 Dec. 1625, Millicent, dau. of Francis Mundy, Esq. of
Markeaton and by her (who d. 1662) left at his decease, 1634,
a son and successor.

German Pole, Esq. of Eadbourne, bapt. 15 Oct. 1626, to. 17
Dec. 1650, Ann, dau. of Sir Eicbard Newdigate, 1st Bart, of
Arbury, co. Warwick, but d. s. p. 1683, having settled his
estates upon his cousin and heir male,

Samuel Pole, Esq. who then became of Eadbourne, and
served as High Sheriff 1095. He 7,1. Anne, dau. of William
Mundy, Esq. of JIarkeaton, and by her (who was bur. 25
March 1732), had issue,

German, his heir.

Samuel (Eev.), Eectorof Eadbourne and Mugginton, endower

* From Sir John de la Pole's 2nd son, Ealph, descended the
Poles oJ Wakebridge and Park lloll. now extinct, and from a
younger branch the celebrated Cardinal Pole is presumed to
h:ive sprung.





of the schools at these places, m. 7 June, 1720, Mary, dan.
of Samuel Holden, Esq. ol" Aston, and d. s. p. 3 Oct. 1758,
aged 69.
Edward, Lieut. -Gen. Col. of the 10th Foot, who served in's campaisns, and was distinguished at Jlal-
plaquet. Hem. 1st, 1717, Klizaheth, dau. and co-heir of
Kohcrt Sacheverell, Esq. of Barton, co. Derby, and of Mor-
ley, CO. Derby, descended, through Patrick Sacheverell,
Lord of Hcpw'ell tiinjy. Edward 1., from John de Sache-
VKKELL, who m. at a very early period one of the co-heirs
of Fitz-Ercald. By this lady Gen. Pole had (with two daus.,
Elizabeth, m. Francis Newdigate, Esq. of Arbury Hall, and
Anne, m. Valentine Stead, Esq. of Kottingham) a son,
Edward Sacheverell, successor to his uncle at Kadbourne.
The General m. 2ndly, Olivia Walsh, and by her (who d. in
Dublin, July, 1789) had three sons, Charles, Samuel, and
William, who all d. s. p. (one. Major of the Pompadours,
■was drowned in the " Villa de Paris'"), and one dau. Mili-
cent, VI. 1774, Arthur, A'iscount Gosford. Gen. Pole d. 25
Dec. 17G2.

William, of Liverpool, ancestor of the Poles of that place.
Charles, 6. 1G95, ancestor of Sir Peter Pole, Bart., of Todden-

Anne, d. young, 1694. Frances.

Anna Maria. " Philippa.

Milicent, in. 1 May, 1711, Francis Kewdigate, Esq. of
Samuel Pole d. 10 Feb. 1731, and was s. by his eldcstson,

German Pole, Esq. of Radbourne, High Sheriff 1735, m. 1st,
7 Jan. 1717, Sarah, dau. of Joseph Bagnall, Esq. of Roehamp-
tou, Surrey, and had by her (who d. 1725) an only child, Anne,
m. 1738, Godfrey Clarke, Esq. of Chilcote, co. Derby. He ra.
2ndly, Mary, dau. of Robert Gayer, Esq. of Stoke Pogis, Bucks,
and had by her (who d. 17G2) a son, German, who d. v. p.,
iijuii. 1763, and a dau. Mary, lii. 1st, Thomas Powys, Esq. of
Berwick; 2ndly, 1776, Sir Rowland Hill, 1st Bart of Hawk-
stone ; and 3rdly, Joseph Foster Barham, Esq. Mr. Pole d.
1765, and was s. by (the son of his brother, Lieut.-Gen. Edward
Pole) his nephew,

Edward Sacheverell Pole, Esq. of Radbourne, 6. 1718,
Col. in the army, who served at Fontenoy, Culloden, through
the Seven Years' War at Minden, &c. By Elizabeth Collier
bis wife (who m. 2ndly, Erasmus Darwin, M.D.) he had issue,

Sacueverell, his heir.

Ehzabcth Anne, r,i. Henry Bromley, Esq. of Abberley Lodge,
CO. Worcester, and d. 26 Sept. 1827.

Milicent, ?«. 13 Oct. 1792, John Gisbome, Esq. of Hackney
Lane House, Darley Dale, co. Derby.
Col. Pole d. 1780, and was s. by his son,

Sacheverell Pole, Esq. of Radbourne, b. 16 June, 1769,
who assumed by sign-manual, 1807, as representative of the I
great Sir John Chandos, K.G., the additional surname and
arms of Chandos. He m. 16 March, 1791, Mary, dau. of Rev.
Henry Ware, D.D., Rector of Bali othery, by Anne his wife,
dau. of Wrightson Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, M.P. for co.
Leicester, and had issue,

Edward Sacheverell, his heir.

Henry Reginald (Rev.), Rector of Radbourne and Mugginton,

b. 12 March, 1797 ; d. 19 June, 1866.
German Francis, b. 7 Jan. 18ul ; d. at Madeira 1 Feb. 1820.
Elizabeth Mary, m. 18 March, 1816, George Anson, 7th Lord
Milicent Anne, d. unm. at Pisa, 6 May, 1820.
Philippa Charlotte, d. 1814, aged 15.
Mr. Chandos-Pole d. 14 April, 1813, and was s. by his eldest son,
Edward Sacheverell Chandos-Pole, Esq. of Radbourne
Hall, High Sheriff 1827, served in 1st Guards in Peninsular
War, b. 1 March, 1792 ; m. 22 Feb. 1819, Anna Maria, dau.
of Eev. E. S. Wilmot, Rector of Langley, and had issue,
Edward Sacheverell, his heir.

Henrt, of Hopton Hall, co. Derby, J.P., b. 10 Jan. 1829; m.
1st, 9 July, 1861, Henrietta Auriol, youngest dau. ot
Edward Auriol Drummond-IIay, Esq., Charg6 d'Affaires
in Morocco, by whom (who d. 1868) he has had issue,

1 Cicely Eleanor, m. 24 June, 1879, Edmund W.Meade-
Waldo, Esq. of Stonewall, co. Kent, and has issue,

Margaret Alice, 6. 5 April, 1832.
Katharine Auriol.

2 Margaret Ermentrude, m. 9 Oct. 1879, Robert Wynter
Blathwayt, eldest son of liev. W. T. Blalhwayt, Rector of
D\rham, co. Gloucester.

3 Katherine Laura, d. 30 May, 1870.

4 Edith Frances.

5 Mabel Alice, twin with Edith Frances, d. an infant.

He m. 2ndly, 14 Dec. 1869, Teresa Charlotte, dau. of Sir
Edward Manningham-Buller, Bart., by whom he has Issue,

1 Habry Anthony, b. 19 Nov. 1872.

Mr. Henry Chandos-Pole assumed the additional surname
of Gell, by sign-manual dated 1853.
German, b. 23 Sept. 1830; d. young.


William (Rev.), Rector of Radbourne, b. 14 July, 1833; rn.
26 Jan. lS6.'i, Christina, dau. of Capt. Christopher Cracken-
thorpe Askew, R.N., and has issue, Christopher Askew, b.
14 Nov. 1867, and Margaret.
Anna Maria, d. 1843.

Millieent, iii. 1854, Maximilian August Dremel.
Charlotte, m. 1 Jan. 1845, the Hon. John Yarde Buller, only
son of John, 1st Lord Churston.

Eleanor, m. 1858, Rear-Admiral Henry Bagot, 2nd son of
Hon. and Right Rev. Richard Bagot, Bishop of Bath and

Emma Matilda. Cicely Anne, d. 1S52.

He d. 19 Jan. 1863, and was s. by his eldest son,

Edward Sacheverell Chandos-Pole, Esq. of Radbourne
Hall, High Sheriff co. Derby, 1867, 6. 10 Jan. 1826; m. 15 Aug.
1850, Lady Anna Caroline Stanhope, dau. of Leicester, 5th
Earl of Harrington, and had issue,

I. Reginald Walkelyne, now of Radbourne.

II. John, late Lieut. Derbyshire Yeo. Cav., b. 28 Aug. 1853.

III. Edward Ferrers, b. 20 Dec. 1859.

IV. Samuel, of Park Hall, Chesterfield, 6. 1 April, 1861 : m. •
1889, Kathleen Annie, dau. of Charles Thurburn, Esq. of
Leweston House, co. Dorset, and has issue.

v. Francis, b. 4 Aug. 1864; m. 1890, Maud Mary, dau. oS
George Swinhoe, Esq. of New Swindon.

I. Anna Maria, b. 16 June, 1855.

II. Evclyne, b. 18 July, 1856; d. 23 June, 1875.

III. Carolina, b. 19 July, 1857 ; m. 20 July, 1878, Lord Claud
John Hamilton, M.P.

IV. Mary, b. 10 March, 1863; m. 1886, Baron Nicholas Pilar
de Pilchan, of the Russian Diplomatic Service.

V. Margaret, 6. 21 May, 1866.

VI. Alianore, b. 5 Oct. 1868 ; m. 22 Oct. 1892, Wrath Periam
Christopher Lethbridge, Esq., GrenaiJier Guards, eldest sou
of Sir Wroth Acland Lethbridge, Bart, {see Bvrke's Peerage}.

Blr. Chandos-Pole d. 1873, and was s. by his eldest son.

Arms — 1st, Arg., a chevron between three crescents gu., for
Pole; and 2nd, arg., a pile gu., for Chandos. Crests — 1st, A
falcon rising ppr., belled and jessed or ; 2nd, A knight's head
in chain armour ppr. ; 3rd, A goat passant arg.

Scats — Radbourne Hall, co. Derby ; and Sydling Court,

Clubs — Carlton, Guards', and Marlborough.



{See Chandos-Pole.)


Wellee-Polet, John George, Esq. of Boxted
Hall and Chadacre Hall, Suffolk, J.P., High Sheriff
1883, b. 25 May, 1849.

Lineagre. — The Polcys are of remote antiquity in the
county of Suffolk. About the reign of Edward III. or
Richard II., they left their residence in Herts, which, accord-
ing to the custom of those times, had a similar name, and
went into Suffolk, where their seats being fixed at Boxted and
Badley, the foundation of two flourishing families was laid, as
appears from writings belonging to Boxted Manor, from family
records, and a pedigree well attested.

Thomas Foley, Esq. of Stoke, Suffolk, and, jure uxoris,
Anne Badwell, a Lord of the Manor of Boxted, b. temp.
Edward 111., was father of Thomas Foley, Esq. Lord of
Boxted, b. temp. Richard II., who, by Alice his wife, dau.
and co-heir of Jeffrey Rockwell, of Wormingford, Essex, was
father of John Foley, Esq. of Wormingford and of Boxted,
man-at-arms in the retinue of Lord Hastings in 1480, d. 1487,
leaving by Agnes his «ife, dau. of Sir Richard Whetley, Knt.
of Calais, with other issue, two sons, Richard, his heir, of
whom presently, and John, of Bidenhain, Kent. The eldest
son and heir,

Richard Foley, Esq. of Boxted, b. temp. Edward IV., m.
Anne, dau. of Sir William Clopton, Knt. of Liston Hall; Esses,
and dying 1546, left, with other issue,

John Foley, Esq. of Boxted, bapt. 27 Sept. 1539; m. Mar-
gery, dau. of John Blyant, of Ringshall, Suffolk (and heir to
Richard, her brother) and by her (who d. 1561) had numerous
issue. Of the daus. one ra. William Hervey, Esq. of Ick-
worth ; of the sons, i. William, his heir; ii. Richard; iii.
Giles ; iv. Thomas, of Wrongey, or Wormegay, father of Sir
John Foley, Knt. of W' rongey. He d. 1580, and was s. by his
eldest son,

William Foley, Esq. of Boxted, m. Alice, dan. and heir ol
Edmund Shaa, of Hordon-on-thc-Hill, Essex, and d. 1587,
having had, with five daus., two sons. Sir John Foley, Knt,
of Boxted, his heir, who d. s. p. in Flanders, and





Sir William Polet, Knt. of Boxtcd, b. 1562; m. 20 Sept.
1597, Anne, 2nd dau. of Sir Robert Jermyn, Knt. of Rush-
brooUe, andby her(whorf. 1658) had, with three daus. (Judith,
m. 1615, Sir Humphrey May, Knt. ; Catherine, m. Edward
Barker, son of Sir Robert Barker, and d. 1665 ; and Mary),
three sons, i. Robert, killed at the Isle of Rhe, s. 2'-; h-
William (Sir), of whom presently ; in. John (Sir), Knt. of
Bury, b. 1603. Sir William Poley was M.P. for Sudbury 1623
and 1628, and d. 1629. His 2nd son,

SiK William Polet, Knt. of Boxted, 6. 1602; m. 1st, Eliza-
beth, dau. and co-heir of Sir Henry Arden, Knt. of co. Warwick,
and by her (who d. 1632) had a dau. Susan, m. 1st, Anthony
Maxey, Esq., and2ndly, Hon. Richard Savage, 3rd son of John,
Earl Rivers. Sir William m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, 5th dau. of
Paul D'Ewes, Esq. of Stowlangtoft, Suffolk, and by her (who
(/. 1698) had, with three daus. (Anne, d. s. -p. ; Elizabeth, m.
William Clopton, Esq. of Listen, Essex ; and

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